SC Bodner Company

POSITION: MULTI-FAMILY PROJECT MANAGER
LOCATION: LOCATED AT THE CORPORATE OFFICE IN INDIANAPOLIS, IN.  TRAVEL TO SITE LOCATION IS REQUIRED
HOW TO APPLY:  Email cover letter and resume to Molly.Marra@scbodner.com or fax to 317.664.7889

Summary:  The job duties and responsibilities of the Project Manager are far ranging and encompass all aspects of project control.  The Project Manager will be involved in his assigned projects as early as possible in the development process.  He will work with the VP of Construction to develop a working plan for each project and he will have an in depth, through knowledge of the entire project, ranging from the plans and specifications to all financial aspects of the project.

The following is a partial listing of responsibilities for any Project Manager working with MBA Construction.

Duties and Responsibilities:
• Conduct initial plan review on assigned projects and red line for correction by design team.
• Meet with development team and gather any pertinent information related to project.
• Investigate local codes and ordinances for jurisdiction where project is to be constructed.
• Prepare bid documents for release to subcontractors and vendors.
• Receive bids and prepare bid tabulation forms for review by Supervisor.
• Prepare contracts, work scope and purchase orders for subcontractors and vendors.
• Prepare project schedule and review with VP of Construction.
• Revise pre-construction budget to actual numbers after bid out is complete.
• Update project schedule on a weekly basis.
• Constantly maintain budget and accounting records for the project.
• Meet with Supervisor on a regular basis to review project budget and schedule.
• Make regular site visits, spending a minimum of a full day on site per visit.  Site visit frequency and duration will vary depending on the state and phase of the project.
• Create and process all required paperwork (contracts, purchase orders, C.O.’s, RFI’s, etc.).
• Review and approve all subcontractor and vendor payment requests.
• Coordinate with local utilities
• Review and approve all shop drawings.
• Coordinate delivery dates of long lead items.
• Prepare project specific product manual for turnover to property management.
• Coordinate building turnover dates with property management.
• Set up and coordinate safety program with the site superintendent.
• Complies with safety programs, policies, and procedures as they relate to the construction environment.
• Adheres to all federal, state, and local laws and regulations as they relate to the construction environment.
• Performs additional duties as assigned


This list does not reflect all of the duties and responsibilities of the project manager, there may be time that the assistant project manager needs to take on different responsibilities for the success of any given project.  The project manager is responsible for all aspects of his projects until turnover to property management.
 

Work Hours:  Minimum 40 hours per week or as many hours as needed to successfully fulfill the requirements of the position.

 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

• Ability to read and interpret all design drawings and specifications.
• Must be able to successfully interact with, building officials, owners, subcontractors, vendors and anyone else necessary for the successful operation of the construction process.
• Must fully understand all aspects of the scheduling process, utilizing the in-house computer scheduling program.
• Ability to write coherent and all-encompassing work scopes for every trade category of the project.
• Have the knowledge and ability to understand and track the all financial aspects of his projects.
• Must have the computer skills necessary to complete all tasks as required by the position.


Driving/Traveling Requirements:

• Must have a valid driver’s license.
• Must be willing to travel to project sites as often as required to insure a successful project.