Low Voltage Project Manager
Company: CTI Education Group
Location: San Diego
Posted on: April 8, 2021
Job Description - Low Voltage Project Manager (21000071) Low
Voltage Project Manager - ( 21000071 ) SUMMARY:
The Project Manager is responsible to plan, direct, and coordinate
construction operations, purchases, financial reporting and project
controls activities for an assigned portfolio of concurrent
electrical projects. The Project Manager is heavily involved in all
aspects of project execution from participation in proposals and
procurement, contract negotiations, and managing all aspects of
project operations and financial performance. Ensures work is
performed within a pre-scheduled budget and manages project
performance to meet or exceed prescribed goals. Provides direction
on individual staff development. Collaborates with other Project
Managers and Supervisory staff to allocate staff and resources to
meet objectives, investigate, and implement ways to improve the
efficiency and profitability of all projects.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
---Reviews project contracts and negotiate revisions, changes, and
additions to contractual agreements with owners,architects,
consultants, clients, suppliers and subcontractors
---Prepares project controls, budget setup, schedules of
values/billing mechanisms, and maintain each in collaboration
---Executes major project purchases in collaboration with the
operations team and regional leadership. This includesdevelopment
of purchasing / buyout goals, development/execution of product data
submittal/shop drawings for approval,management of material
releases for timely delivery to projects and mitigation of supply
---Manages project profitability for each project in his/her
portfolio of work. This includes predictive analysis and
revenue,cost and profit forecasting.
---Evaluates construction methods and determine cost-effectiveness
of plans and actual work. Take actions to deal with theresults of
delays, bad weather, or emergencies at construction sites
---Develops and implements quality control programs on projects
---Regularly visits projects to assess performance, progress and
quality and to ensure connectivity with the field and clients
---Produces a schedule of values or similar method for all projects
to ensure positive cashflow on projects. Executes andmanages all
billing for all assigned projects.
---Ensures that all safety and environmental policies of the
Company and project owners are followed by all project
---Prepares budgets for construction activities, oversee progress,
and cost reports. Ensure proper administration of
payroll,material/subcontractor payments, and owner progress and
final payments in conjunction with corporate support functions
---Develops and maintain relationships with peers at clients,
architectural and engineering firms and trade partners to
ensuresuccessful outcomes of projects REQUIREMENTS:
---BS in Construction Management, Electrical Engineering or
equivalent work experience
---5+ years experience in Project Management or related field.
---Strong knowledge of materials, methods, and tools required for
---Experience managing projects 3 million and above
---Experience managing large Commercial, Institutional and/or
---Working knowledge of the NEC and be fluent in estimating
---Have thorough knowledge of all aspects of construction
(technology, equipment, materials, means, & methods, etc.)--as well
as an understanding of Company and industry practices, processes,
and standards and their impact on project
--- Ability to understand, manage, and abide by contracts and
--- Ability to multi-task in a high volume, fast-paced work
--- Facilitate, negotiate, and execute buyouts of major purchase
orders and subcontracts.
--- Ability to oversee and effectively manage low voltage work and
--- Excellent oral and written communication skills.
--- Strong organizational, critical thinking, judgment, decision
making and negotiation skills.
--- Ability to lead and motivate personnel.
--- Advanced skills in MS Office, project management and estimating
software PHYSICAL DEMANDS:
--- The physical demands described here are representative of those
that must be met by an employee to successfully perform
the essential functions of this job.
--- This is largely a sedentary role; however, this role may
require the ability to lift files, open filing cabinets and bend or
to complete other administrative functions. WORKING
--- This role operates in a professional office environment and
routinely uses standard office equipment such as computers,
phones, photocopiers, etc.
--- There may be a variety of weather conditions while on jobsites
such as rain, snow, heat.
--- There may be high noise levels while on jobsites.
The information contained in the job description is for compliance
with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and is not an
exhaustive list of duties performed by this position. Additional
duties are performed by the individuals currently holding this
and additional duties may be assigned by the Supervisor or his/her
Keywords: CTI Education Group, San Diego , Low Voltage Project Manager, Executive , San Diego, California
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