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Electrical Project Manager

Wright City, MO 63390

Posted: 04/01/2024 Employment Type: Contract Industry: Construction Job Number: MB5608236 Pay Rate: $45 / hour

Job Description

Project Manager
Wright City, MO
$45+ per hour + $125 per day per diem

Industrial Trade Services is a dedicated team of industrial electrical professionals servicing our clients by completing projects with integrity, innovation and quality. ITS upholds the highest standards in job safety, safe practices and employee
safety education. Our core market includes industrial electric services.
At ITS we provide dynamic career opportunities and mentoring for our employees. We are proud of our
emphasis on fostering a strong sense of caring, mutual respect, and promoting a strong working relationship.
We are looking for individuals who share the same pride and enthusiasm for the industry as we do, are organized, and
driven to succeed.
Essential Duties:
� Must always comply with all company safety policies.
� Directly oversees assigned projects of any size from start to finish ensuring quality and timely completion.
� Ensures delivery of equipment, materials, tools, and field staff are scheduled to meet project deadlines.
� Plans and schedules resources with Superintendent to meet project expectations.
� Understanding of critical path method scheduling and ability to develop and manage project schedule.
� Works in conjunction with field leadership to coordinate construction activities.
� Evaluates project costs ensuring project remains on/under budget, updates on a monthly basis.
� Prepares, presents and tracks change orders, purchase orders and other necessary documentations.
� Assists in billing and collections process with customer as needed.
� Processes and maintains proper written documents needed for projects.
� Acts as a liaison between architects, contractors, and owners, etc.
� Conducts site visits on a regular basis, as required.
� Contract review and management.
� Pre-con support (including but not limited to bid review, spec review, interview, quotation review, etc..).
� Responsible for thorough understanding and execution of project scope, financials, installation, and all project
� Major purchase orders.
� Subcontractor management.
� Responsible for compliance with all Kenny SOPs including the P.M. SOP.
� Accurate reporting of project financials (WIPs).
� Account management.
� Project closeout.

� Other duties as assigned.
General Requirements:
� Degree in Construction Mgmt. or Construction Eng Mgmt. (Construction, Service) or equivalent combination of training
and experience.
� Two years of progressively responsible experience for a commercial/industrial construction contractor.
� Colorado Journeyman's license helpful.
� Basic knowledge of current electrical codes and standards.
� Comprehensive knowledge of construction means, methods and scheduling.
� Ability to understand and interpret blueprints.
� Proficient in various construction related systems, for example Blue Beam, Procore and Accubid pref.
� Proficient in Microsoft Office applications including MS Project.
� Ability to plan, coordinate, and organize multiple projects.
� Possesses strong organizational capabilities.
� Strong accounting skills and financial aptitude.
� Ability to effectively communicate both verbally and through written format.
� Ability to maintain rapport with customers, employees, etc.
Physical requirements:
� Stand for long periods of time.
� Use their hands to handle, control, or feel objects, tools, or controls.
� Use one or two hands to grasp, move, or assemble objects.
� Use muscles to lift, push, pull, or carry heavy objects.
� Make quick, precise adjustments to machine controls.
� See details of objects that are less than a few feet away.
� See details of objects that are more than a few feet away.
� Be physically active for long periods without getting tired or out of breath.
� Bend, stretch, twist, or reach out.
� Use fingers to grasp, move, or assemble very small objects.
� Adjust body movements or equipment controls to keep pace with speed changes of moving objects.
� Determine the distance between objects.
� Able to walk in construction site.

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