The Assistant Project Manager is responsible for assisting with preconstruction estimating, scheduling, and constructability services, assisting the owner with governmental review requirements and conduct construction due diligence of new projects.
Assist with preconstruction estimating, scheduling, and constructability services.
Assist owner with governmental review requirements.
Conduct construction due diligence of new projects to include investigation of:
Local code requirements, permit, inspection, and occupancy permits
Subcontractor and material availability and costs
Local construction techniques or processes
Verify and review geotechnical and environmental reports
Verify special civil or foundation requirements
Verify survey and flood elevation requirements
Manage project personnel to include Project Engineer, Superintendent, and support staff.
Prepare cost estimates and budgets.
Solicit and evaluate subcontract bids.
Prepare, negotiate, and manage subcontracts and purchase orders.
Manage project accounting to include payment approvals, cost coding, lien releases, retainage release, insurance verification, and budget projections.
Manage project schedules and project production.
Manage quality control program of project to include testing, inspection, and compliance with plans and specifications.
Manage project safety compliance.
Manage project completions to include turnover to owner, closing documents, warranties and operating manual submissions, city occupancy certificates.Assure completion of project within schedule, budget, and in accordance with plans and specifications.
Enhances and presents a positive image of the company and a professional manner toward employees, staff and the public.
Perform all other duties as assigned by supervisor.
Microsoft Office Suite including Word, Excel, and Outlook
And here’s the fine print HR wants you to know:
Job is intermittently sedentary but requires mobility (i.e., climb stairs) to tour, show, and inspect apartments on a daily basis
Will use some repetitive motion of hand-wrist in using computer and writing
Must have normal range of vision to complete applications, leases, general paperwork and handle computerized bookkeeping duties; hearing and speech to communicate with residents, vendors, supervisors and coworkers on the telephone or in person on a regular basis
Must handle stressful, urgent, novel and diverse work situations on a daily basis
Emotional stability and personal maturity are important attributes in this position
Works in a typical office setting with daily exposure to outdoor environment (i.e., heat, cold, damp, rain, etc.) when touring community
Hazards can be avoided with proper lifting techniques, SDS and general safety training
Will be regularly called upon to work long hours and odd schedules (including weekends)
Position requires periodic travel by automobile to handle work-related activities
May require airline travel, out-of-town and /or overnight trips
Attendance and punctuality is essential for success in this position
Contact your HR team for the position’s Physical Demands Analysis
This job description is not an all-inclusive list of duties and responsibilities. Camden may add or change responsibilities in order to meet business and organizational needs. Employees must meet qualification standards that are job-related and consistent with business necessity and must be able to perform the essential functions of the position, with or without reasonable accommodations.