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INDUSTRIAL SENIOR PROJECT MANAGER 

  • The primary role of the Industrial Senior Project Manager (Sr. PM) will plan and lead key projects within the Power and Infrastructure Industrial market or multiple projects from inception through deployment, providing day-to-day management and oversight of project resources, tasks, issues, timelines, cost and scope.  In addition to managing projects, a Sr. PM is responsible for:

    • The success and profitability of projects
      • Successful management of project financials, including fee retention
      • Client satisfaction
    • Leading by example
    • Promoting the McGough way
    • Guiding and mentoring project management staff to ensure these individuals are trained for the next level in their career
    • Fostering and building relationships with owners, design partners, subcontractors and suppliers
    • Championing company initiatives
    • Management of a large project or overall responsibility for multiple smaller projects
    • Mentoring and coaching project management staff
    • Continuing to develop skills to successfully manage projects
    • Understanding scope changes and performing quantity take-offs, pricing, and tracking all project revisions
    • Fostering and building relationships with owners, design partners, subcontractors and suppliers

 

Qualifications:

Required:

  • 10+ years of Industrial experience and prefer 5+ years of Power and Infrastructure industrial in the construction market, including Generation, Storage and Transmission
  • Must be familiar with a self-perform project environment and be used to working in a unionized labor setting
  • Demonstrated experience building strong partnerships and trust with external partners, including owners, owner’s representatives, design firms, and subcontractors
  • A strong understanding of risk assessment policies and procedures
  • Must be familiar with lump sum, and cost of the work plus a fee environment
  • A proven ability to deliver project gross
  • Strong collaboration and communication skills
  • Thorough and detail-oriented
  • Ability to prioritize and multi-task within time constraints
  • Self-starter and motivated with minimal supervision
  • On the job field experience
  • Capable of constructing a P6 critical path project schedule that shows a logical critical path, float and durations with properly scheduled predecessors and successors in an organized work breakdown structure
  • Strong computer skills, including P6, Blue Beam, Acrobat, Excel and Microsoft Office programs

Preferred:

  • Four-year degree in Construction Management, Construction Engineering or related degree
  • Industrial experience in Agriculture, Power Generation and Food sectors a plus
  • Background and experience in electrical engineering, contracting and estimating a plus

 

Office and Travel:

Office:  McGough HQ (St. Paul, MN)

Travel:  Initial 3 months would be based at McGough HQ (90% at HQ). 
After 3 months, approximately 50% at McGough HQ and 50% at various project sites.  Travel would be assumed 2 or 3 days a week.

 

Responsibilities and Tasks:

      • Pursuit, Preconstruction and Business Development
        • Help lead the pursuit team in understanding prospective projects and requirements
        • Research prospective clients
        • Assist pursuit team in completing responses to RFQs and RFPs
        • Participate in pursuit interviews                                      
        • Be a champion and owner of preconstruction meetings
        • Provide management and leadership to ensure successful completion of our QA/QC page turn process      
      • Estimating and Bidding
        • Perform quantity take-offs and assist in estimating
        • Take the lead on updating estimates through SDs, DDs and CDs
        • Develop bidders list and verify subcontractor qualifications
        • Subcontractor procurement (prepare contracting plan, bid solicitations, bid analysis and tabulations)
        • Comprehensive understanding of what is included in subcontractor package scope
        • Page turn review with subcontractors, field staff and engineering staff prior to subcontract award
        • Review bid results with owner and architect and prepare/execute Owner Notification Letter (when applicable)
        • Participate in preparation of preconstruction estimate and cost model
        • Create and maintain control estimate
      • Scheduling
        • Lead field staff with creating CPM scheduling
        • Work closely with field staff to update and distribute schedule as needed
        • Lead the Last Planner scheduling efforts in conjunction with field staff
      • Project Documentation
        • Review and understand all drawings and specifications
        • Lead the project document page turn reviews
        • Manage the Request for Information (RFI) process and work with the design team to get timely responses
        • Manage the shop drawings/submittals review process and work with the design team to get timely turnaround
        • Understand the requirements of our owner’s contracts, as well as subcontracts
      • Subcontract Management
        • Maintain a thorough understanding of what is included in the subcontractor’s scope
        • Review and process subcontractor change requests; negotiate pricing
        • Review and approve subcontractor invoices
        • Assist superintendent with manpower and personnel requests
      • Cost Control
        • Manage distribution and pricing of project changes
        • Prepare and maintain the project PACE documents
        • Work with the project accounting team to produce monthly pay applications
        • Prepare, track and review the project cost control log with the construction team
        • Manage project cost review and approval processes with the design team and owner
        • Prepare Schedule of Values, Sworn Construction Statement, Invoice and other billing documents as required by our owner contract
      • Project Meetings
        • Attend all project and company safety meetings
        • Attend and participate in weekly work plan meetings
        • Conduct and provide timely documentation for construction coordination meetings
        • Participate in start-up meetings and preparing documentation in conjunction with field staff
        • Provide monthly PACE reports to management and lead PACE meetings
      • Post-Construction
        • Perform pre-punch with an aim at providing a “zero item” punchlist
        • Oversee the punchlist process
        • Support the close-out team in gathering final as-built plans and documentation
        • Review project close-out documentation for accuracy and completeness
        • Manage overall plan for owner training in conjunction with field staff
      • Other Responsibilities
        • Participate in business development activities (client functions, design firm open houses, conferences, etc.)
        • Foster relationships with clients, architects, engineers, consultants and subcontractors
        • Pursue new relationships with potential clients and design firms
        • Attend and participate in project management and other company meetings
        • Attend any training – personal and/or professional development – that is relevant to the position, including human resources management
        • Actively participate in company-sponsored events
        • Perform functions of PE, Asst. PM or PM I as may be necessary for project
        • Support and follow standard of work
        • Participate in Lean events and support of the McGough Way
      Other responsibilities as assigned

 

Physical Requirements:

The physical requirements listed here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Position involves sitting for extended periods of time while working at a computer terminal.  Employee must be able to communicate effectively in a typical office environment with a standard level of office noise.  Occasional standing, bending, walking and lifting is also required.

Employee will be required to visit construction jobsites, which may expose the employee to dirt, dust, uneven surfaces, outdoor weather conditions and extreme temperatures.  This requires performance of duties in a variety of weather conditions and may require the use of protective clothing and respirators.  In addition, employee must be able to move around prospective or current project sites. This includes walking on uneven surfaces, walking long distances, and climbing stairs.  Jobs may require an employee to occasionally work on high structures such as ladders and scaffolds.

Accessibility: If you need an accommodation as part of the employment process please contact Human Resources at
Email: HR@mcgough.com

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