(multifamily) Construction Project Manager

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Indianapolis, IN
$80,000 - $90,000
Job Type
Direct Hire
Aug 16, 2017
Job ID
Project Manager
DEPARTMENT:        Construction
REPORTS TO:          Assistant Vice President of Construction
STATUS:                   Exempt
LOCATION:               Corporate Office

  • Located around South Bend, IN., This is an established developer/builder-manager for medium-large apartment complexes across the US.
  • 2013 Apartment Association Rocket Award Winner 
  • 2013 NAHB Multifamily Pillars Award
  • Benefits
    • Paid Time Off, 8 Paid Recognized Holidays, Group Health & Life Insurance, Aflac supplemental bene’s, Flex-Spend Accounts, 401(k) options, EAC, Apartment Discounts, etc.
  • Quote from PM/employee: ”I find that working with this company was very rewarding. They are a company that pays it's bills on time and very concerned about their vendors/keeping production on schedule/turning over a finished product second to none in quality.”
  • Home of the famous Notre Dame in South Bend IN & many great schools (public & private).
  • Outdoor and Music events dominate the area during the summer and the population is very young with 1/3 of the city being 25-44 years old.
  • Cost of living in Mishawaka is 15% lower than average in the US according to www.bestplaces.com statistics with average home prices being 94k vs 181k in other parts of the country.
  • https://visitsouthbend.com/
  • Multifamily New Construction Buyer experience required - $5M+ value
  • Apartment complex construction for 5+ years, OSHA regulations & Contracts (Slab on Grade, Garden Style construction structures ).
  • Expertise in stick-frame apartment new-construction.
To plan, direct and coordinate activities pertaining to Construction projects on schedule and within budget ensuring adherence to plans, specifications and industrial standards. 
Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree in Construction Management.
Minimum of 5 years hands on field superintendent or onsite Project Manager experience with slab on grade/wood framed construction to include major site development, minimum 2 years multifamily construction, and minimum of 5 years as a buyer in support of construction projects in excess of $5 million.
Must possess strong verbal and written communication skills, and excellent mathematical skills.  Proficient knowledge with Microsoft Windows environment and working knowledge with spreadsheets and electronic scheduling is required.  Regular travel ability required.
Must be able bend, stoop, sit, stand, walk, climb stairs & ladder, to
reach, lift, pull, push, balance, crouch, crawl, kneel and lift or carry weight up to 50 pounds.  May be exposed to inside and outside environmental conditions, chemical hazards, respiratory
hazards, extreme cold for more than 1 hour at a time, extreme heat for more than 1 hour at a
time. The noise level in the work environment may range from moderate to loud.
  1. Provide project direction, consistent with our Mission Statement and Guiding Principles through planning, scheduling, controlling project costs, and utilizing other available resources.
  2. Supervise Project Superintendents.
  3. Perform superintendent duties if required.
  4. Estimating as required by advising of potential construction problems or improvements to construction conditions which could affect project costs.
  5. Prepare final project estimate tabulations, and if possible, develop new prices to reduce final project costs.
  6. Negotiate and prepare project purchase orders, subcontract agreements, change orders, and VPO’s.
  7. Prepare all Owner Change Orders.
  8. Monitor quality control as outlined in our Construction Policies and Procedures.
  9. Review and approve shop drawings and submittals.
  10. Review and approve subcontractor and vendor invoices.
  11. Create, review and approve draw applications.
  12. Provide continuing liaison between Construction, Management and Development teams.
  13. Formalize and maintain the construction budget and accurately track all budget changes, and prepare budget reconciliations.
  14. Build and maintain the project schedule, identify and resolve problems as outlined in Construction Policies and Procedures.
  15. Responsible for maintaining OSHA program requirements on all their jobsites, and enforcing safety standards and reporting requirements.
  16. Prepare and present bi-weekly project reports utilizing photographs, Project Progress Reports, Owner Reports, Project schedules, and job cost reports.
  17. Maintain positive relationships with customers, contractors, suppliers and other colleagues by adhering to our Mission Statement and Guiding Principles.
  18. Adhere to established emergency policies and procedures.
  19. Attend staff meetings, workshops, corporate seminars, and assigned training.
  20. Maintain professional appearance and conduct at all times and hold your direct reports accountable for the same high standard expected of all colleagues.
  21. Perform all other related duties as assigned.
OSHA 30 hour certification (preferred), Hoist & Crane Safety certifications, Trenching, Flammable Gasses Safety certifications -- all preferred but not required. 
As designated by supervisor and determined by the needs of the project.  Additional hours may be required due to business necessity and project status'.

Must be able to pass a drug test and criminal history background check prior to employment with us and possess a valid driver license.