A Montana-based construction company is looking for a skilled Project Manager to join their team in various places such as North Carolina and Nebraska, where they will oversee and direct project teams for heavy-civil construction projects across North America. This company excels at a variety of construction projects, including rehabilitation, dam construction, inland marine, tunneling, and sewer and water pipeline construction. The capable candidate will be in charge of overseeing project schedules, budgets, and scope of work while adhering to client needs and contractual commitments. The organization offers competitive pay, benefits, and career opportunities.
Be part of a team that sets the standard for excellence in construction.
• Manage and direct the project team to ensure project goals and objectives are met.
• Provide ongoing training and mentoring to the project team.
• Report directly to senior management.
• Provide regular project updates and reviews to management as needed.
• Coordinate training and compliance measures to ensure project procedures are followed.
• Ensure that the project's scope of work, schedule, and budget are clearly defined and understood by senior management and all project participants, including the client.
• Determine, control, and maintain overall project and discipline schedules and budgets.
• Track schedule and budget progress with project milestones and take necessary action to keep the project on track.
• Identify and obtain necessary approvals for any changes in project scope, budget, and/or schedule.
• Maintain ongoing communication with the client, adjusting project deliverables as necessary to comply with the client's needs within contractual obligations or meet both the client's and the company's needs.
• Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Construction Management, Business Administration, or equivalent experience in a related construction field.
• Must have at least 10 years of experience in heavy civil construction and supervising multiple project engineers.
• Prioritizes safety and holds 10-hour and 30-hour OSHA certificates (preferred).
• Willing to travel and relocate for project sites located domestically and internationally.
• Capable of accessing all points of a construction site in various climates and environments.
• Ability to utilize Excel spreadsheets, create excel trackers, and be able to use Word and Powerpoint for reporting/presentations via teams or in person.