The Commercial Travel Project Manager is responsible for acquiring projects, budgeting the projects, and communication with client/customer and providing all necessary information to the Project Coordinator and Project Superintendent. The Commercial Travel Project Manager will leverage tools and templates in accordance with project management training and experience. This role is responsible for representing the firm with clients and consultants on virtually any range of subjects, this role is expected to demonstrate leadership, accountability, proactive communication, and teamwork in the delivery of duties. The Commercial Travel Project Manager must be able to work a flexible schedule based on the projects, workload and company needs. This role will also need to develop, create, and produce various deliverables and documentation and be able to effectively lead teams. Strong communication skills and understanding of technology are necessary. This position will be required to travel outside of Colorado to our job sites. This will require travelling up to 75 percent of the time.
- Complete a vast array of projects on time and within budget.
- Oversee executing the subcontracts and purchase orders.
- Bid projects using bid management software.
- Develop project schedules in MS Project.
- Utilize project management software for subcontracting, daily reports, contacts, etc.
- Perform construction site management.
- Develop RFI’s, change orders, utility outage requests, schedule updates.
- Lead weekly project review meetings.
- Effectively interface with all levels of management
- Organize their time while overseeing numerous projects concurrently.
- Travel to projects where needed.
- Handle all remote work outside of the state.
- High School Degree or equivalent (required).
- Bachelor’s degree in Construction Management, or related field (Architecture, Engineering or Business) a plus.
- 3+ years’ experience working in construction project management with success shown in the ability to manage teams.
- Professional and trade certifications (preferred).
Qualifications and Skills
- Willing to travel up to 75% (required)
- Willing to test for Construction Licensing based on 2015 or above ICC Codes
- Knowledge of ADA Regulation and OSHA General and Construction Safety Requirements
- Knowledge of Sage 300 a plus
- Excellent customer service – internal and external
- Highly organized
- Flawless attention to detail and possess significant skills in multitasking and organization
- Excellent people management
- Aptitude for construction
- Must be a self-starter
This job generally operates in a semi-professional office environment as well as onsite in a construction environment. This role routinely uses standard office equipment such as computers, phones, photocopiers, and fax machines. The employee is occasionally exposed to a variety of extreme conditions at job sites. The noise level at the job sites can be loud.
The physical requirements described here are representative of those that must be met by an associate to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.
While performing the duties of this job, the associate is constantly required to communicate by phone and in person, operate computer, as well as remain stationary (seated or standing) for up to 90% of time or greater. The associate is occasionally required to move about with-in the office or at a job site.
Vision requirements include clarity of vision at 20 inches or less as well as distances 20 feet or greater. The ability to observe an area that can be seen up and down or left to right while eyes are on a fixed point. Three-dimensional vision (depth perception) is necessary as well as the ability to identify colors.
The associate is seldom required to move more than 75 lbs.
Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain every duty or responsibility the associate may be asked to perform. Duties, responsibilities, and activities may change at any time with or without notice.