Open Position

Assistant Project Manager | Chicago, IL

Position Summary
The Assistant Project Manager, under limited supervision, manages smaller projects through all aspects including, estimating, coordination of cost control, scheduling, reporting and document control activities.  Assist in supporting positive client relations.   Position may be in the office of field and travel may be required.

Responsibilities

  • Supports day to day activities for a project
  • Participate within the estimating efforts for a potential project. Administer and execute gradebeam set up. Attends walk through as B&A representative
  • Contract awards and scope reviews. Collaborates with SPM, PX’s for major awards
  • Responsible for and collaborating with PE in regards to RFI’s and submittal processes
  • Administer the change management process in collaboration with PM or SPM
  • Running subcontractor pre-construction meetings
  • Running or participates in OAC meetings and provides meeting minutes
  • Support and implement overall project schedule and responsible to manage throughout project
  • Report to PM and SPM regarding major issues relating to schedule, changes, field quality control
  • Establish process for subcontractor communication
  • Support all project start up processes
  • Set up process for CMIC
  • Work hand in hand with project superintendent for all field related issues
  • Manage payment application process and pencil draw review meetings with client.
  • Oversee document management and control.
  • Ensure all updated documents are distributed to project team
  • Work hand in hand with SPM and PM to learn the permitting process
  • Work hand in hand to learn proper communication with Subcontractors, Architects, Owners
  • Work hand in hand with project superintendent for all field related issues
  • Participate in BIM process when applicable
  • Oversee the close out documents process (O&M Manuals)
  • Manage and ensure all punch list is properly completed
  • Continuing education – Become LEED certified
  • Oversee or Prepare all documentation as required for LEED certified projects

Qualifications
Bachelor’s degree in Construction Science, Engineering and a minimum of 4 years of experience or equivalent.  Strong problem-solving and communication skills.  Must be adaptable, high initiative and results oriented.  Certification preferred.

Skills & Abilities

  • Communication
  • Collaborative
  • Computer Proficiency

Supervisory Responsibility
None.

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