Sr. Project Manager

  • Full Time
  • New York, United States, 10004 View on Map
  • @Qrishi Network Inc posted 4 weeks ago
  • Posted : May 31, 2022 -Accepting applications
  • Salary: $75.00 - $80.00 / Hourly
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Job Detail

  • Qualification Degree Bachelor
  • Working Hours 9 am - 5 pm
  • Gender No Gender Restriction
  • Experience 10 years

Job Description

We currently looking for Sr. Project Manager to work at Client site (4 WTC)- Port Authority.

 GENERAL SKILL/KNOWLEDGE REQUIREMENTS 1. Thorough knowledge of engineering design, construction estimating, facility operation, project budgeting and scheduling. 2. Proven ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously and effectively, utilizing limited resources to achieve complex goals. 3. Expert knowledge of the principles, methods, and tools for developing, scheduling, and managing projects and resources, including monitoring costs, work, and contractor performance. 4. Experience in managing and influencing diverse work groups and project teams. 5. Demonstrated customer service, decision-making, problem solving, negotiations and people skills. 6. Demonstrated knowledge of capital planning and assessment, cost-benefit analysis, planning and evaluation, and risk management protocols. 7. Proven skills at effective communication both at the interpersonal and group level. 8. Proven ability to work effectively within groups and to complete assigned tasks independently

GENERAL QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED 1. Bachelor of Science Degree in an engineering discipline or a Project Management Professional certification along with a technical degree. A Professional Engineering license is highly desirable. 2. Minimum of 10 years of progressively responsible experience in Project Management. 3. Proficiency in the use of standard Microsoft Office products, Primavera (Oracle’s Project Management software) and ability to become competent with Port Authority software and reporting systems. 4. Must possess a valid driver’s license.

DESCRIPTION OF GENERAL TASK ASSIGNMENTS- General tasks to be performed by the Consultant may include but shall not be limited to the following:

Task A –Project Management Plans 1. Develop Project Management Plans covering conceptual development through construction completion, including staff budgets and baseline schedules for all project/program elements. 2. Establish project team. 3. Develop the project scope, schedule, and budget for various stages of project delivery. 4. Participate in facility scoping, design team update, program level coordination and other related progress meetings. 5. Conduct presentations and prepare documentation, as required, to obtain approval for the project plan.

Task B –Implementation of the Management Plans 1. Coordinate the implementation of the management plans and the work performed by all the program and/or project members, as required. 2. Conduct project kick-off and progress meetings with the project team and record attendance, prepare all minutes and agreements of meetings. 3. Follow-up with project stakeholders to ensure action items assigned are completed. 4. Prepare and maintain issues lists to keep track off open issue resolution and completion 5. Monitor all elements of the design development effort to meet the project’s approved scope, schedule, and budget. 6. Coordinate preparation of study reports, construction cost estimates and preliminary and final contract documents. Coordinate all elements of the contract document review process, including notifying all design development participants of the resolution of all comments. Establish contract conditions and precautions and hours-of-work restrictions. 7. Establish through meetings with facility personnel staging restrictions/requirements based upon operational and maintenance constraints. Coordinate the resolution of project related issues with facility operating and maintenance staff, including negotiating agreements on client requested changes. 8. Review studies, preliminary designs, and contract documents for conformance to approved scope and budget. 9. Prepare project documentation, correspondence and maintain project file. 10. Coordinate bidding and award of construction contracts including: • recommending procurement options • coordinating preparation of Addenda, as required • evaluating bids • preparing award authorization documents and briefing materials for executive staff 11. Ensure the timely review of the contractor shop drawing submittals and respond to contractor’s Request for Information (RFI’s). Coordinate preparation of Post Award Contract Changes (PACC’s). Review and approve all elements of design or field change implementation to meet contract schedule requirements. 13. Coordinate preparation of authorization documents and briefing materials for any required increase in project funding, including those required for cost/schedule/budget control. 14. Attend construction progress meetings and coordinate facility force account work as required. Actively engage construction management staff located at the Authority’s facilities to ensure contract is proceeding on time, within scope and within budget. 15. Lead and provide project close-out support, including coordination of such activities including but not limited to testing, commissioning, acceptance, and turnover of assets. 16. Attend on-site project activities during and outside of business hours as directed by the Authority manager 17. Prepare project completion documentation, including but not limited to certificates of completion, certificates of occupancy

Task C –Monitoring and Reporting 1. Monitor and report on the actual consultant/contractor/staff performance, comparing the approved management plan versus the recommended corrective action, when required. 2. Update and review actual and forecasted project costs and schedule(s) monthly and develop and implement necessary corrective measures to meet approved plans. 3. Monitor progress of construction, including review of actual and forecasted construction in place (CIP) and schedule verses authorized contract budget and schedule. 4. Prepare monthly status reports addressing accomplishments, issues, schedule, and budget status, including corrective actions, if required. 5. Evaluate design consultant invoices for earned value and recommend payment. 6. Evaluate impact of changes on approved scope, schedule and budget and obtain approval for the change. 7. Provide stakeholder coordination 8. Brief executive staff on status of project.

Task D –Program Level Management Services 1. Assist Authority staff in the scheduling and implementation of selected programs and/or group of projects including coordinating and managing the activities of subordinate Project Managers. 2. Establish annual and/or program level resources requirements. 3. Ensure that selected projects and/or programs are staffed and started as planned. 4. Update program level schedules. 5. Evaluate and recommend appropriate M/WBE sub-contractor goals.

Task E –Program Management Support 1. Provide ancillary program management support services. 2. Maintaining records for and preparation of As Build Drawings /Record Drawings. 3. Provide support services, as required, to prepare technical presentations and assist in responding to inquiries from outside entities and the public. 4. Provide support services for the following: a. Maintaining and updating, as needed, the existing Program Management Manual b. Document control including, tracking, and expediting shop drawing process using Primavera Expedition Program currently used by the Authority c. Project Control functions using Primavera currently used by the Authority d. Provide Project Management training/workshop sessions, as required.

Duration: One year+

Required skills