Assistant Project Manager

Ahearn Holtzman Inc.
Port Chester
Oct 03, 2016
Oct 31, 2016
Employer Type
Direct Employer
Employment Type
Full Time
Job Description:

Responsibilities for on-site personnel:

1. Provide on-site supervision and oversee all aspects of the project.

2. In order to understand the project review the contract documents for the project (both the drawing and specifications in their entirety).

3. Review the questions generated by your CD review with the PM and/or estimator for the project.

4. Write and submit RFI's to the Engineer/Architect, etc. Distribute All RFI responses to the appropriate parties. Track on RFI log.

5. Coordination of the trades - by using the knowledge gained in the contract document review, attempt to look two to three weeks forward and begin coordination of the work. This coordination should include the preparation of Method Of Procedure documents, building notification, coordination of trades required, protection required to facilitate work in sensitive area or over existing finishes. Review schedule daily to identify how the trades are progressing.

6. Perform an end of day site walk and confirm that there are no unsafe conditions left on site,

7. Update the daily job logs.

8. Coordinate the work that is to be performed with our laborers/carpenters for the day and utilize them to keep the entire job site clean, safe and dust free

9. Perform site reviews on an ongoing basis to identify job progress and safety concerns by walking the site as often as possible daily. If any unsafe practices are observed stop the work and have the situation corrected immediately.

10. Schedule and lead on site staff meeting daily

11. Schedule and lead weekly foremen meetings -- review project schedule progress, safety instruction (this is to be tracked in the daily job log).

12. Maintain an accurate, up to date, set of contract documents in the field.

13. Keep files of all subcontractors T&M Tickets and convey status to P.M. weekly.

14. Prior to preparing A&H tickets to be submitted to owner as a part of a change order obtain category or phase codes and review contract documents to confirm that the "extra" work is in fact not included on the construction documents.

Assistant Project Manager will also be responsible for assisting the Project Manager with the following in addition to the items noted above:

1. Determine scopes of work / trade for initial estimates or when generating change orders.

2. Analyzing bids for initial estimates or when generating change orders.

3. Ascertain contract work from extra work during the course of the project.

4. Anticipate problems and develop proactive solutions to be presented to A/E and owner.

5. Develop, track and update the project's schedule.

6. Prepare, review and submit Method Of Procedure documentation.

7. Instruct subcontractors on how to proceed with the work.

8. Communicate to the owner -- project status. Obtain knowledge on aspect of the contract documents so that you can communicate the plan of action to the superintendent, subcontractors and owner.

Desired Skills & Experience:

Assistant PM:

Associate degree or higher required or 10 years field supervisory experience.
1 year minimum experience as an assistant PM or assistant estimator.
1 year minimum experience working in sensitive environments i.e. data centers, telecommunications space or similar.
Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel and Project.
Experience using an accounting program to track job cost.
10 hour OSHA certificate.

Please submit resume along with salary requirements.

Drug test and background testing will be required prior to candidate being hired.

Company Description:

General Contractor / Construction Manager