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OGS Project Manager II

Overview The OGS Project Manager serves as the on-site Gilbane/OGS manager responsible for supporting the overall direction, completion and financial outcome of a construction management project; supervises/mentors the project staff to include multiple Project Engineers and Superintendents. Responsibilities oProvide leadership in motivating the project team and maintain a positive work environment oManage the project using established project controls and procedures oPerform constructability and coordination reviews oCommunicate with owners, architects and subcontractors related to project risk, timetables, costs/budgets, and change management oPerform pre-construction planning, scheduling and cost control oBuy-out of job by determining the sub-contracting strategy for the project and preparing front-end documents and bid processes under various project delivery models oPrepare monthly reports including cost, schedule, safety, cash flow, etc. for internal and/or external use oProvide jobsite leadership in the area of safety and quality oPrepare contingency plans for potential risks, expanding contractual services and project profit Qualifications EXPERIENCE/EDUCATION oBS OR MSdegree in Engineering or Construction Management o5-10 years of Project Management experience oOr equivalent combination of education and experience KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES oStrong technical and communication skills are critical oAbility to work in a team environment oKnowledge of Prolog, Microsoft Office (preferred) Gilbane offers an excellent total compensation package which includes competitive health and welfare benefits and a generous profit-sharing/401k plan. We invest in our employees' education and have built Gilbane University into a top training organization in the construction industry. Qualified applicants who are offered a position must pass a pre-employment substance abuse test. Requisition ID 2019-2712
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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