6292 Project Manager, Greater Los Angeles Area, CA

Multi-family residential development/construction company seeking a Project Manager.

Reports to the VP of Construction.

Primary person responsible for the construction site’s quality, safety, and schedule.

Create and maintain construction schedules. Scheduling sub-contractors.

Weekly ownership job site meetings and tailgate safety meetings. SWPPP compliance,

Daily Jobsite log, and job site cleanliness.

Track and implement field changes, RFI’s, and submittals.

Work with subcontractors to secure all project closeout documents. Create and track subcontractor Punch-Lists.

Must have a technical understanding of construction means and methods.

Must be skilled in reading and interpreting plans and specifications. Microsoft Outlook, Word, and Excel skills.

Skills –

Must be a driven, self-starter with a proven ability to deliver construction projects without defects safely and on time.

Must be organized, decisive, and able to work effectively in a dynamic environment.

Must have excellent oral and written communication skills.

Must have well-developed interpersonal and leadership skills.

Please fill out the contact form below or contact us at +1 (949) 955-1455.
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