The Project Manager provides effective leadership and management for project delivery. The Project Manager’s job responsibilities include:
- Verification of timely and quality performance by the project team
- Responsible and accountable for all facets of project performance, including engineering work and contract management
- Financial management (billing and project profitability)
- Effective use of staff resources
- Providing client satisfaction
Project Manager must directly maintain effective and positive business relationships with clients and other parties. They are the firm’s primary representative and the most visible person our clients deal with each day. The PM’s actions, ethics, business, and technical knowledge should create customer satisfaction, good references, and additional work.
The Project Manager assists in developing new business, either by selling additional services to existing clients, pursuing new projects, notifying others of sales opportunities, or assisting with marketing activities for new clients.
- Bachelor’s degree in applicable discipline. (May substitute experience for education.)
- Strong understanding of mechanical and electrical systems, with emphasis on HVAC and control system engineering.
- Demonstrated ability to successfully manage projects.
- Strong communication (written and oral) skills. Strong technical writing skills.
- Proficient in Microsoft Office products, such as Excel, Word, PowerPoint, etc.
- Strong analytical, organizational and planning abilities.
- Ability to work independently or as part of a project team with limited supervision.
- Ability to carry out written and oral instructions.
- Ability to take direction from clients, management and co-workers.
- Ability to work with a diverse group of people.
- Ability to prioritize workload based on deadlines.
- Ability to participate in multiple concurrent projects.
- Ability to travel (local and out-of-state), including multi-day travel, as needed.
- Ability to work overtime hours as needed.
- Ability y to navigate and research on Internet.
- Proficient in the use of standard office equipment.
- Physical ability to perform field tasks in existing buildings and on construction sites.
- PE registration.
- Relevant technical certifications or licenses from organizations such as USGBC (i.e. LEED AP), AABC, NEBB, TABB, and BCxA.
- Experience in testing, adjusting and balancing; controls; MEP and controls system design; energy auditing; energy savings calculations; energy modeling; cost estimation; economic analysis; and/or construction.
The work environment characteristics and physical demands described are representative of those an employee may encounter in a normal office setting and a construction work site. The work environment of a typical office environment requires sitting for long periods of time, working with computers and other office equipment. The work environment for a construction site visit is physically active and may require significant amounts of standing, walking, squatting, stooping, reaching and climbing (i.e. ladders) in the field. Field work will require employee to have mobility, a good sense of balance and manual dexterity.
The physical abilities must be met in order to perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be requested to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the job. Reasonable accommodation requests should be directed to the employee/applicant’s immediate supervisor/manager, corporate officer or human resources representative.