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Construction Project Manager - Traveling

at HARRIS COMPANIES

Posted: 10/18/2018
Job Status: Full Time
Job Reference #: 912844
Keywords: manager

Job Description

  • Ogden, UT, USA
  • Full Time

What we're looking for in you

  • Must be willing to travel
  • 2-year Associate degree required, or Journeyman level achieved
  • 4-year Bachelor's degree preferred or equivalent years of experience with a strong knowledge of business administration and management principles.
  • 8+ years of Construction Project Management experience
  • Experience working for a Mechanical Contractor
  • Strong experience with healthcare projects highly preferred
  • Advanced leadership skills including perseverance, accepting responsibility, flexing leadership style, recognize and optimize resources, and advanced people leadership.

The purpose of your role as an Project Manager  

In this role, you provide project management support during all phases of HVAC construction to ensure project standards, budget, deadlines and communications are maintained. 

  • Review, organize and distribute contract documents (drawings, specifications, schedules, RFIs, construction bulletins, etc.) and shop drawings/submittals to appropriate team members (e.g., Harris project team, subcontractors, fab shop and vendors).
  • Manage, track and report labor productivity in accounting software weekly
  • Track, update and report job financial status and potential risks using accounting software
  • Manage communications between all subcontractors, vendors and suppliers to ensure all changes in project costs are updated and current
  • Assemble and ensure project billings are submitted on time while striving for positive cash flow
  • Track, monitor and communicate project collection issues including lien rights management, customer calls, etc.
  • Prepare for, attend and participate in monthly PM reviews; communicate project financials, status and updates
  • Maintain equipment procurement logs while managing and tracking toll and equipment rentals
  • Order equipment and coordinate shipping schedules with purchasing department

 

What our team is saying

" Working under the Harris umbrella has really been a familial experience, one in which everyone wants everyone else to succeed. We have a lot of knowledgeable people here, and they are ready and willing to share that knowledge. All you need to do is ask."

 

Your life at Harris

The lush woods of Oregon. Sunshine in Nevada. Hiking a canyon in Arizona.

If these descriptions sound good to you, and you seek a career that offers a change of scene, consider a travelling role at Harris. We're looking for full time, long-term project managers who like to explore, and live, in different parts of the country. People who like to follow the projects instead of being rooted in one place for too long.

If this sounds like you, consider a traveling project manager role in Harris construction. Traveling project managers are full time Harris employees who live near a project until their work is done, then move on to any number of new locations across the country. Time spent at a project varies from as little as three months, to up to two years. We offer relocation packages, and your benefits travel with you.

Sound exciting? Apply today! 

 

Harris Benefits

  • Professional development opportunities, including education reimbursement
  • Growth opportunities throughout Harris

Visit our Careers Page for additional details:https://www.harriscompany.com/careers/employee-benefits-at-a-glance

 


 

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