The Project Manager is responsible for the daily management of all aspects of a project. Duties include financial, schedule and quality management, as well as the oversight of the project team. They engage day-to-day with Owners, Architects, Engineers, Designers, Building Management, Subcontractors and members of the broader Project Team.
- Responsible for day-to-day financial management of project including development and approval of the budget, acceptance and payment by the Client, Change Orders and corresponding updates. Preparing Subcontracts and Purchase Orders, verifying Subcontractor Requisitions, overseeing Client Requisitions.
- Regularly reports to Senior Management on project status, Client relations, requisitions and collections.
- Responsible for project schedule including its development, maintenance/tracking, financial impact, and communication with Client/Architect, Subs and Project Team of any/all changes and necessary approvals, adherence to milestone dates, managing impact on budget/manpower needs; develops trade-by-trade schedule.
- Responsible for work scopes and buy-outs including sub review/qualification, subcontract terms, incorporation of schedule into buy-outs, submit Trade Awards for approval, maintain worksheet and monitor of job cost.
- Assist Superintendent with Site coordination including daily site visits, coordination of Subcontractors and field personnel, reviewing progress of Subs, reviewing Drawings and Sketches, inspecting pre-fabricated items prior to delivery and after installation, ensuring highest standards of safety and quality on site.
- Responsible for administration of project including review, processing and maintenance/filing of all Construction Documents and document logs, and routing items to all relevant parties.
- Leads weekly job site meetings with Architect/Client including agenda preparation and post meeting minutes.
- Oversee close-out including Punch List, sign-offs, Certificate of Occupancy, required Permits, and final waivers/releases for all Subs.
- 5-10 years of significant experience managing multiple high end, luxury residential construction projects.
- Detail oriented, possess excellent organizational and communication skills.
- Proficient in Sage/Timberline, MS Project & MS Office Suite.
- Must hold a NYC Home Improvement Contractor salesperson license at lease within 30 days of employment if not before.
- 4-year college degree in Architecture, Construction Management, or Engineering preferred.
Our corporate culture is built upon enduring relationships – a place where corporate personnel, Clients and Architects are assured that quality, integrity and service are inseparable from our basic mission; building enduring value for our Clients. The Company is the logical extension of our belief that residential construction companies should be held to a higher standard and judged not only on the basis of uncompromising quality and service, but the quality of the total experience.
We are a high-end construction and professional services company with a range of integrated offerings that span the life cycle of a Client relationship. We are committed to providing exceptional quality, concierge level support and best in class industry expertise for Clients who appreciate and value our unique offerings, and our Company personnel consist of accomplished Construction Professionals, Architects and Engineers.
Our offerings support a client relationship at any stage of its life-cycle from project inception to post construction, and whether it is pre-purchase analysis, a complicated construction project or emergency service, we are committed to serving our clients as a single source provider of residential solutions. Our extensive experience working for the most discerning Clients, Architects and Designers has shaped our Company and led to our reputation as one of the premier service providers for high-end residential projects.
EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
I-Grace provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics. In addition to federal law requirements, Bright Power complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training.
I-Grace expressly prohibits any form of workplace harassment based on race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, genetic information, disability, or veteran status. Improper interference with the ability of Bright Power’s employees to perform their job duties may result in discipline up to and including discharge.
BACKGROUND CHECKS & DRUG SCREENINGS
In connection with all potential applicants where a conditional job offer has been made, the Company will conduct a background check and drug screening via urinalysis. This strictly confidential check will be conducted by a Third Party in compliance with local, state and federal law to include the Fair Credit Reporting Act and the New York City Fair Chance Act.