The Project Manager works directly with field team members, giving them the supplies and resources necessary to allow FourSeasons, Inc. to meet and exceed our customer expectations while keeping our teams as safe and effective as possible. The Project Manager must always focus on supporting their teams, vendors, and customers by following the FourSeasons Core Values by continuously working and operating proactively with integrity, accountability, and agility; in a client-focused and team-oriented manner.
Skills & Qualifications
· 5+ years’ experience in a leadership role in any of the M.E.P. industries. Experience working in HVAC a plus.
· Experience using project management systems. Experience using ProCore specifically a plus.
· Strong organization and communication skills. Ability to follow up to ensure tasks and responsibilities that have been delegated are completed.
Roles & Responsibilities
- Keep positive momentum and pace for the various projects, ensuring field team members have the resources needed to be successful.
- Partner with site Superintendents, Foremen, vendors, architects, owners, and others as needed to work through any project issues and questions.
- Lead the entire submittal process to compile all documentation needed for final approvals, including but not limited to ownership of:
- Confirming all project details, drafting schedules, assessing and determining manpower needs.
- Reviewing entire written scope of the project, getting contracts, and verifying experience.
- Identifying suppliers, requesting metals, machinery, etc., obtaining manpower, and ensuring all products are covered.
- Draft and issue purchase orders and subcontractors, as needed.
- Acting as prime contractor on certain projects including but not limited to the ownership of:
- Going to all scheduled pre-construction meetings.
- Scheduling and leading meetings to collaborate with project owners, architects, and subcontractors to understand customer expectations and project plan.
- Lead the full setup of new, assigned projects including but not limited to the ownership of:
- Coordinating and logistics of security of and at the project.
- Partnering with HR to verify current and completed federal background checks of field team members, when necessary.
- Coordinating setup, rental, and storage of all needed equipment and additional resources. Verifying all logistical phases of part and equipment rental and rollouts with the Superintendent.
- Conduct weekly to biweekly project walk throughs for each project with owners’ representatives, when possible.
- Coordinating and marking up project drawing during walk throughs and communicating any changes that need to be made to field leadership.
- Own various financial pieces of the projects including but not limited to:
- Leading change orders.
- Setting up and periodically verifying all billings.
- Inputting line items for each project to notate monthly billing needs for change orders, subcontractors, etc.
- Utilize the project management software, ProCore, to manage schedules, finances, drawings, punch lists, etc.
- Review daily logs from project management software from all field leadership to track and further implement policies and plans to move to project to completion.
- Establish and roll out project management software trainings to field leadership, when and as needed. Establish and implement ProCore expectations and communicating that consistently to field leadership, in coordination with the other Project Managers and Operations Manager.
- Order duct or fabrication from the shop, as needed, and coordinating logistics of getting needed materials to the correct site.
- Provide mentorship, training, and guidance to field leadership, focusing on their growth and development.
- Other duties, as needed, to help positively impact field projects.
Compensation & Benefits
- Pay ranges from a salaried level of $65,000 to $85,000, based upon experience.
- Monthly bonus after waiting period.
- Fully paid medical, dental, and health benefits for team member.
- Flexible Spending Account with employer contribution.
- Boot, tool, and clothing allowance.
Family-oriented, team-focused culture.