Project Manager

US-AZ-Phoenix
Job ID
2016-1058
Category
Project Management
Type
Regular Full-Time

Overview

Corbins Electric now has a Project Manager position available.  In this role you will ensure project(s) financial performance meet or exceed budgetary expectations while mitigating exposure to risk. Develop and preserve a positive business relationship and team concept with client while ensuring strict contractual compliance of all parties. Provide information, guidance, and support to assigned project Foreman as well as company management and support staff throughout project.

Maintain thorough and accurate project records.

Responsibilities

BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT & PRECONSTRUCTION

  • Initiate, develop, and maintain positive working relationships with industry partners, clients, design professionals, subcontractors, and vendors.
  • Track and update all client related business development activities in the Actions Item Tracker.
  • Personally attend at least 4 industry related events annually with the highest possible impact to the Corbin’s growth. Events are to be attended with specific objective(s).
  • Participate in the preparation and/or evaluation of estimates or portions of estimates as directed by the Market Manager, Branch Manager, or VP.

 

PROJECT PLAN

  • Initiate and lead the development of a comprehensive project plan for each assigned project incorporating all requirements, constraints, and opportunities utilizing Corbins Electric’s Project Plan Development Guidelines and tracking tools.

 

RISK MANAGEMENT

  • Review construction contract for scope and price, unreasonable clauses to be stricken, and project requirements.
  • Prepare subcontracts that include clear scope(s) of work, contract flow-downs, and project specific requirements.
  • Assurance of strict compliance to contract scope and project schedule.
  • Assurance that all RFI’s addressing unforeseen conditions or changes to the work are submitted timely and logged appropriately.
  • Assurance that undue exposure to incurring additional cost or any other risk(s) are immediately addressed and formal notification is provided to customer within required contractual timeframe
  • Mitigate issues in a timely and business-like manner including the preparation and submission of Change Order Requests and update the project Change Order Log.

 

PROJECT EXECUTION

  • Maintain all required files/logs per Corbins’ standards and ensure that all relevant project information is appropriately documented and secured.
  • Work proactively to manage the schedule as it related to Corbins’ work activities and provide appropriate input, updates, and notifications to customer.
  • Regularly communicate relevant schedule, change, and cost information to the project team, and Corbins’ supporting staff.
  • Ensure exit planning meetings occur and internal punch lists are developed on all projects over 1,000 hours within 85-95% completion.
  • Hold project review meetings at the completion of all projects over 1,000 man hours or on any project with a cost deviation on any cost type by 5% or greater.
  • Carry out other initiative and perform other duties as requested by Executive Leadership Team.

  

FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

  • Develop detailed labor, equipment, materials, and general conditions budget using Corbins’ established best practices and phase coding system.
  • Work with CE purchasing / procurement in developing vendor contacts, quotes, bills of materials, and related buy-out agreements and purchase order commitments. Establish limits of commodity materials to be released by project foreman.
  • Accurate project projections due monthly with comprehensive explanations for write-ups and write- downs at the cost code level deviating by 5% of the cost code or $1,000 from the original budget.
  • Construction installation projects over 6 months should be cash positive by 50% completion.
  • Change Orders procedures followed on all projects, specifically statuses updated prior to WIPs, written direction obtained prior to incurring costs, schedule adjustments are requested where applicable, executed changes received within 30 days of first cost and change order pricing turned around to the customer within 15 days of initial identification or earlier as required by contract.
  • Provide written notice outlining impacts and requesting compensation sent to customers 100% of the time when there are any changes to project schedule that will impact Corbins more than $1,000 or 5 days including extended general conditions, extended overhead, schedule compression, stacking of trades, premium time, potential liquidated damages, etc. Impact notices with JTD totals more than
  • $5,000 need to be routed to the Market Manager or Branch Manager and more than $10,000 need to be routed to the Vice President before being submitting.
  • Prepare and submit monthly billings according to the specific requirements of the contract or by the 25th of each month for the same billing period.

 

TEAM DEVELOPMENT

  • Constantly assess the talent within the industry including competitors. Maintain a list of 5 people that would potentially be great recruits for Corbins by regular communication.

 

EMPLOYEE RELATIONSHIPS

  • Always promote a positive company image to company support staff, field leadership, and field workforce at Corbins Electric.
  • Ensure that any assigned project staff promote a positive company image to the field workforce.
  • Voice any issues or concerns you have with company processes, policies, or leadership to your direct supervisor and if necessary, the VP.

 

CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIPS

  • Develop and maintain positive relationships with on-site customer representatives.
  • Promote Corbins Electric in a positive light at all times when dealing with customers, trade partners, subcontractors, and other industry professionals.
  • Ensure professional resolution of escalated project issues and customer satisfaction.

 

 

Qualifications

This is a safety sensitive position and all applicable policies will apply. 

It has been and continues to be the long-standing policy of Corbins Electric to provide equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, disability or genetics. In addition to federal law requirements, Corbins Electric 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.

 

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