Project Manager

Job Description
Budget Management
The PM must manage and maintain the project budget from the turnover of the project to project completion including:
Issue contracts to subcontractors
Review and approval of pay requests from subcontractors and to the owner
Issue change orders for work completed outside the contracted scope of work to subcontractors and Owners
Evaluate and control general conditions to the project through the Superintendent (i.e.: equipment, weather protection, tools, trailers, schedule, quality control, etc.)
Quality Control
The PM works with the onsite superintendent to oversee and maintain quality for the project including:
Manage subcontractor relationships to ensure quality of workmanship and materials.
Make adjustments to the project team when necessary to ensure the highest levels of performance quality.
Schedule Management
The PM is responsible for keep the project on schedule including:
Create the schedule, including phasing for the project before construction begins.
Work closely with the Superintendent to effectively manage the schedule.
Update the schedule as needed to reflect a true performance timeline.
Owner/ Architect Relationship
The PM is the primary project contact and interface with the owner and architect. The PM must:
Communicate at least weekly with the owner/architect on all matters concerning the Budget, Quality Control, Schedule and any other issues relating to project progress.
Use his experience and knowledge in making critical choices regarding materials and methods during pre-construction and construction of the projectâ  for the good of the project.
Work closely with the estimator and other support team members on change orders and other adjustments to the project.
Maintain communication between Subcontractors and the architect.
Always represent the company with honesty, integrity, responsibility, promptness, and thoroughness.
It is the PMâ  s responsibility to lead the project completely, from the subcontractors working on the project to the contract documents issued for the project. The PM leads the project team and provides leadership, knowledge, and direction for the Superintendent, Subcontractors, Project Engineer, Project Assistant, Accounting and Estimating. It is the PMâ  s responsibility to represent the company and always help to build and maintain its reputation for on-schedule, quality work.
â ¢ 4-yr college degree (preferred but not required) in construction management or similar field.
â ¢ 5+ years of successful project leadership as a superintendent in the commercial construction industry.
â ¢ Experienced in scheduling, ordering, field supervision, quality control, and production of all phases of commercial construction.
â ¢ Experienced in managing multiple projects.
â ¢ CMGC Experience
Additional Information
This position is full time and includes benefits. Please email resume, salary expectations and references to Brandt at brandtk@ascentconstruction.com or hand deliver to 310 West Park Lane, Farmington UT 84025

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