Site Project Manager
POSITION TITLE: SITE PROJECT MANAGER
REPORTS TO: Position reports to the Office Project Manager.
Provide overall administrative and technical direction for the project in the heavy industrial industry. Experience in refineries, chemical plants and/or power plants only. Majority of experience must include managing and/or working with Union Craft employees.
FUNCTIONS OF THE JOB
1. Incorporate safety and environmental responsibility into daily action.
2. Utilize and improve the Our for effective and efficient fulfillment of requirements from customers, regulators and NCC values, policies, objectives and targets.
3. Incorporate positive interpersonal skills when communicating or interacting with customer, NCC personnel.
4. Employ organizational skills that effectively minimize obstacles that negatively impact the project. When obstacles arise, employ sound decision-making/problem solving skills to resolve the issue.
5. Develop, direct and monitor strategic plans consistent with overall profit and growth objectives of the Regional Office.
6. Travel outside the local area, by air or car, when required to maintain position's essential functions.
7. Travel to and remain at jobsite continuously until released by the Office Project Manager.
8. Participate in "Lessons Learned" meetings upon completion of the project.
9. Complete customer survey forms.
10. Understand corporate and industry practices, processes, standards, etc.
11. Coordinate with contracts department in developing and implementing contracts strategy.
12. Assist the Labor Relations/Resource Manager and Office Project Manager during negotiations, maintaining communications with union representatives, resolving jurisdictional issues, requisitioning required manpower.
13. Manage financial aspects of contracts and subcontracts(fee payment, rental equipment, income/expenses, etc.) to protect company's interest and simultaneously maintain good relationship with client.
14. Plan, organize and staff key field positions through the Office Project Manager.
15. Maintain the official project log and documentation files.
16. Establish project objectives, policies, procedures and performance standards within boundaries of corporate policy.
17. Apply innovative and effective planning/scheduling techniques to maximize employee performance.
18. Oversee planning, scheduling and job sequencing revisions, as appropriate.
19. Initiate and maintain liaison with prime client contacts to facilitate construction activities.
20. Maintain communications between jobsite customer and NCC management.
21. Ensure smooth transfer of information between office and field personnel.
22. Act as jobsite company representative; attend project meetings as required.
23. Ensure that safety performance, quality, schedule and cost guidelines are reviewed with
24. Ensure that required safety policies, procedures, training and orientation are accomplished.
25. Monitor/control construction through administrative direction of Site Superintendent to ensure project is built on schedule and within budget; investigate potentially serious situations and implement corrective measures.
26. Participate in safety audits to monitor craft compliance with project safety program requirements. The ability to enter confined spaces, climb and wear appropriate personnel protection will be required.
27. Review field purchases/field change orders with Office Project Manager.
28. Participate in "lessons learned" meetings upon completion of the project.
29. Perform additional assignments per the direction of the Office Project Manager.
Physical Activities: Physical activities commonly associated with the performance of the functions of this job.
Sit for long periods; view computer monitor for long periods of time; type on keyboard; walk, verbally communicate, sit, stand, climb, crawl, kneel, lift; drive a vehicle.
Physical Demands: Physical demands commonly associated with the performance of the functions of this job.
Reach for, handle and manipulate objects. Use hands and arms to lift and carry objects weighing up to 20 pounds.
Function 20 requires ascending the construction, entering confined spaces and passing a pulmonary function test to be eligible to wear a respirator.
Visual Acuity: Visual activities commonly associated with the performance of the functions of this job.
See well (either naturally or with correction) and focus clearly on objects at varying distances.
Environmental/Atmospheric Conditions: Environmental and atmospheric conditions commonly associated with the performance of the functions of this job.
Employee is subject to inside and outside conditions, including high and low ambient temperatures.
Employee subject to hazards of operating at elevated levels.
Employee may occasionally wear a respirator or fall protection harness and lanyard.
Employee will occasionally be subject to noise levels above 85 dbl and will be required to wear ear protection.
POSITION QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS
Bachelor of Science in Engineering or Construction Management or equivalent combinations of technical training and/or related experience required.
Extensive (ten or more years) experience/knowledge in heavy industrial construction practices, finance and management, construction estimating, cost control and cost forecasting.
Machines, Tools, Equipment and Work Aids: (Which may be representative but not all inclusive of those commonly associated with this position.)
Computer hardware and Software, including: MicroSoft Office (Windows, Excel, Word, Access and PowerPoint); scheduling software; (MicroSoft Project, Primavera, Viewpoint, Immpower); use of the Internet. Ability to learn other software if required with company provided training.
Valid state issued drivers license.
This job description in no way states or implies that these are the only duties to be performed by the employee occupying this position. Employees may be required to follow other job-related duties as requested, subject to all applicable state and federal laws.
Certain job functions described herein may be subject to possible modification in accordance with applicable state and federal laws.
"Commonly associated" is not intended to mean always or only. There are different experiences that suggest other ways or circumstances where reasonable changes or accommodations are appropriate.
All activities, Demands, Conditions and Requirements are linked to Essential Job Functions