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Reynolds Construction LLC Project Manager in Orleans, Indiana

Position Summary: The Project Manager must strive to complete projects safely and have a satisfied client, complete every project within time and budget; optimize project cash flow; satisfactory subcontractor relations; accurate and timely cost accounting and forecasting; identify, pursue and recover fair compensation for all changes in scope; accurate and timely procurement. Develop our employees such that subordinates are able to advance their careers with us. Responsibilities include but are not limited to: Direct project Profit and Loss Responsibility Safely and Productively, Subcontract and Purchase order scope development; Project Cost Accounting Setup; Procurement of materials and subcontractor; Development of the project schedule of values that will yield positive cash flow; Development of the project critical path method schedule; Obtaining all project requirement permits; Prime Contract Administrations; Subcontract and purchase order administrations; Prime contract progress payments; Prime contract change orders; Shops drawings; Invoice review and approval; Forecasting and updating of the project within financial software; Forecasting and updating of all logs; Monthly Gross Margin Report; Project Close-out in its entirety; Owner and engineer relations; Perform post-construction cost review and reporting; Training and mentoring of Project Engineers/Assistant Project Managers Provide overall management direction for two or more projects.Essential Job functions:Plan, organize and staff key field positions through Division Operations Manager and/or General SuperintendentEstablish project objectives, policies, procedures and performance standards within boundaries of corporate policyInitiate and maintain liaison with client, subcontractors and vendors, to facilitate construction activitiesMonitor/control construction through administrative direction of on-site Superintendent to ensure project is built on schedule and within budgetInvestigate potentially serious situations and implement corrective measuresLead regular planning meetings with Superintendent and Foreman. Also participate in regular meetings with owner, subcontractors and vendorsManage financial aspects of contracts (fee payment, rental equipment, income/expenses, etc.) to protect company's interest and simultaneously maintain good relationship with ClientAssume additional responsibilities as directed by the Senior Project Manager or Division Operations ManagerPrerequisites:Ability to work nights/weekends or overtime when requiredAbility to lift 50 or more poundsBe able to read project plans and specifications

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