Commercial Semiconductor Construction Manager needed.
Education Required: High School Diploma or Equivalent
- 15 or more years as a Senior level commercial Superintendent.
- Large commercial projects - high rise, higher education, MOB, healthcare, etc. (Not horizontal like bridges, highways, rail, etc.).
- Must have experience building semiconductor manufacturing building.
Communicate key project information to owners, design team, governing authorities, subcontractors, suppliers and others.
- Provide management of subcontractors and organization of the overall job and workflow.
- Create, manage, change and implement the project’s schedule as needed.
- Manage and oversee company staff, subcontractors, suppliers and programs such as Safety, Quality and EEOC for a small project or a major portion of a larger project.
- Develop work plans for subcontractors and self-performed work.
- Coordinate and manage the care, custody and control of the project site.
- Lead various meetings, including daily standup and weekly trade meetings.
- Attend, manage and participate in appropriate progress and project meetings.
- Tracking and monitoring project budget and costs by using the project management system’s cost reports and data from the project manager.
- Follow the project filing and documentation organization system as dictated for the project.
- Update drawings, logs, diaries and inspection notebooks.
- Approve and record unit cost information for weekly reports and completes daily reports, logs and tracking reports.
- Evaluate progress on self-performed work and make adjustments as needed.
- Manage material and equipment needs for the project.
- Support the “Material and Other Costs” and “Dunn Logistics Service Center” procurement and approval processes.
- Assist in the selection of the formwork, tools and equipment necessary to complete self-perform operations.
- Manage timecard approval process to ensure reporting of accurate hours and proper cost codes.
- Ensure quality compliance through use of specifications, setting quality standards, in–house QA/QC and outside resources.
- Support the project closeouts by supervising prepunch activities and coordinating activities with the owner, architect and governing authorities.
- Gain understanding of the project pursuit process and methodology.
- Participate with the field operations leadership and the project team to put together a project preplan; implements, monitors and adjusts as needed throughout the project life cycle.
- Partner with field leadership to establish field staffing for their assigned project.
- Partner with project management to identify schedule and costs associated with project changes.
- Participate in the negotiation process with the owner and architect to gain agreement for project changes.
- Participate with the project team in preparation and presentation for all project review meetings, including the monthly review process and other key project meetings.
- Participate in the project buy out meetings with subcontractors and vendors.
- Understand and apply the terms and conditions of the owner and subcontractor contracts for the project.