Construction Project Manager

  • Full Time
  • New York, United States, 10004 View on Map
  • @Qrishi Network Inc posted 1 month ago
  • Posted : May 21, 2022 -Accepting applications
  • Salary: $45.00 - $55.00 / Hourly
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Job Detail

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

Job Description

Looking for Construction Project Manager to perform the following responsibilities

  • Under general supervision, performs construction management work and/or initiates and supervises work in the construction field including overseeing rehabilitation projects or assisting in overseeing routine reconstruction projects;
  • Performs difficult technical work in determining the need for and feasibility of construction work; oversees private contractors/vendors carrying out new construction, rehabilitation, repairs, alterations and/or structural maintenance work. Examples of typical tasks include: Inspects buildings, structures and grounds at regular intervals to ascertain rehabilitation/maintenance needs with regard to construction, equipment and materials. Determines the work required and method(s) to be utilized.
  • Recommends priorities. Monitors work in progress by staff and/or by contractors.
  • Reports all hazardous conditions. In the Department to Development authorizes the issuance of repair jobs to vendors. Identifies problems in construction and seeks their resolution.
  • Prepares shop orders, scope of work, routine specifications and cost estimates. Monitors contractors’ day to day operations.
  • Reviews and/or inspects contractors’ work and contract administration for compliance with plans and contract specifications, prevailing wage requirements, site safety requirements, insurance requirements, and the City’s vendor outreach programs; ensures contractors’ acquisition of required permits and approvals.
  • Accepts contractors’ submissions of subcontractors for approval and ensures agency’s review. Formally evaluates performance of contractors, reporting on discrepancies and/or unsatisfactory performance.
  • When appropriate, issues field memoranda to contractors to enforce contract compliance issues; may order contractors to stop work due to site conditions or noncompliance with contracts; makes recommendations regarding necessity for liquidated damages and other contract enforcement mechanisms, including default. Ensures the formulation of punchlists and contractors’ completion of punchlist items; monitors time expenditures and overtime; reviews and recommends approval of contractors’ requests for time extensions.
  • Reviews for approval materials used by contractor.
  • Approves contractors’ coordination of schedules, and/or coordinates scheduling. Coordinates work of various contractors, trades, agencies and entities to expedite the work and minimize interference with the building’s functioning.
  • Schedules and runs job meetings.
  • Resolves differences between inspectors and contractors/vendors.
  • Works with the architect or engineer of record regarding change orders, interpretation of documents, shop drawing approvals, and other architectural and engineering related issues. Recommends issuance of change orders to comply with changing field conditions or specification/drawing errors and/or omissions; upon approval of recommendation, prepares change orders.
  • Reviews and approves other contract changes in accordance with citywide procedures.
  • Reviews and approves contractors’ payments and requisitions submitted by contractors. Maintains contract files and written records of job history, type, responsibility and progress.
  • Uses computer to maintain files and to generate reports, correspondence and other paperwork. Investigates and advises the agency concerning contract disputes, and appeals on rejection of equipment, materials or workmanship; compiles contract and project documentation bearing on these dispute claims. Acts as liaison with the community and members of the public. Prepares reports and correspondence for approval in dealings with contractors and the public, etc. In the event of any unlawful activity on the construction site, acts as the City’s representative in the filing of complaints with the Police Department or other agencies.
  • Provides technical assistance to Property Managers. Operates a motor vehicle to visit job sites May oversee the work of consultant resident engineers and construction managers; and of consultant design personnel providing construction support services.
  • May supervise staff performing asbestos removal or lead abatement work involving removal or encapsulation of lead contained in or on any surface. (Employees assigned to supervise asbestos removal or lead abatement staff are required to use protective clothing, respirator and mask on the job, and must meet applicable regulatory and medical requirements).
  • Additional duties may include: Inspect, direct and monitor work relating to lead based paint abatement for compliance with plans and specifications.
  • Ensure that acceptable abatement methods are used including equipment and compliance with all laws, rules and regulations. Monitor contract performance; identify problems in lead abatement work and seek appropriate resolution. Ensure contractor obtains all pertinent permits prior to the start of abatement project. Prepare field report, work scope and cost estimate for Lead Abatement project. Perform dust wipe sampling using protocol approved by the Department for clearance and re-occupancy.
  • Review and approve contractors’ requisitions for payment and change orders. Perform work relating to lead based paint assessment using XRF equipment and laboratory analysis report.
  • EPA Certification
  • Must have a valid and clean driver’s license.
  • Must be able to provide transportation.


1. A four year high school diploma or its educational equivalent and five years of fulltime satisfactory experience managing and/or inspecting one or more construction projects which must have a total cost of at least $300,000 for each of the five years of the required experience; or

2. A baccalaureate degree from an accredited college with a major sequence of course work in engineering, engineering technology, architecture, architectural technology, landscape architecture, construction, construction technology, or construction management, and one year of the experience described in “1” above; or 3. A valid license as a professional engineer, registered architect, or registered landscape architect, issued by a board of examining engineers, architects or landscape architects duly established and qualified pursuant to the laws of any state or territory of the United States and one year of the experience described in “1” above; or

4. A four year high school diploma or its educational equivalent and a combination of experience of at least two years of the experience described in “1” above and the education as described in “2” above to equal a total of five years of education and experience. Matriculation in an undergraduate college degree program in engineering, engineering technology, architecture, architectural technology, landscape architecture, construction, construction technology, or construction management can be substituted for experience on the basis of 30 semester credits from an accredited college for one year of satisfactory full-time experience up to a maximum of three years of experience.

Required skills