Construction Superintendent - Higher Education (College)

Houston, Texas Permanent USD120,000 - USD150,000 per year
  • GC is an Industry Leader with over 80+ Years of Industry Experience
  • Chance to Be Apart of a Industry Leading Company that covers sizeable part of TX

About Our Client

  • Vast portfolio (Education,Interior,Medical)
  • Quality portfolio of high-profile clients
  • Fast growing general contractor in North Houston area
  • State-of-the-art computer-assisted estimating, scheduling, information and cost-management systems help ensure that the client preserves an accurate, up-to-date picture of project costs and time-lines.
  • The project manager is both liaison and internal director of our processes. The result is optimal control, communication, and accountability. Most important, this approach to project management provides the client with direct access to the key decision maker responsible for monitoring costs, time-lines and quality throughout a project's entire life-cycle.

Job Description

  • Project Planning: Developing comprehensive project plans outlining objectives, scope, schedule, budget, resources, and deliverables.
  • Budget Management: Estimating project costs, creating budgets, monitoring expenses, and ensuring projects are completed within budgetary constraints.
  • Resource Allocation: Allocating resources efficiently, including materials, equipment, and personnel, to meet project requirements and timelines.
  • Scheduling: Creating and maintaining project schedules, coordinating activities, and ensuring timely completion of tasks and milestones.
  • Contract Management: Negotiating contracts with subcontractors, suppliers, and vendors, and overseeing contract execution to ensure compliance with project requirements.
  • Risk Management: Identifying potential risks and developing mitigation strategies to minimize their impact on project objectives and outcomes.
  • Quality Control: Implementing quality control measures, conducting inspections, and ensuring adherence to construction standards and specifications.
  • Communication: Facilitating effective communication among project stakeholders, including clients, architects, engineers, subcontractors, and internal team members.
  • Issue Resolution: Addressing issues and conflicts that arise during construction, providing timely solutions to keep the project on track.
  • Safety Compliance: Ensuring compliance with safety regulations and standards, implementing safety protocols, and promoting a safe work environment for all project participants.
  • Progress Reporting: Providing regular progress reports to project stakeholders, including status updates, milestones achieved, and any deviations from the project plan.
  • Client Relationship Management: Building and maintaining strong relationships with clients, addressing their concerns, and ensuring their satisfaction throughout the project lifecycle.
  • Change Management: Managing changes to project scope, schedule, and budget, assessing their impact, and obtaining necessary approvals for modifications.
  • Documentation: Maintaining accurate project documentation, including contracts, permits, change orders, meeting minutes, and other project-related records.
  • Closeout: Overseeing project closeout activities, including final inspections, documentation completion, and client handover, to ensure a smooth transition to the operational phase.

MPI does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, marital status, or based on an individual's status in any group or class protected by applicable federal, state or local law. MPI encourages applications from minorities, women, the disabled, protected veterans and all other qualified applicants.

The Successful Applicant

  • 7-10 Years of Project Manager Experience
  • Strong Leadership: Effective project managers inspire and motivate their team members, providing clear direction, guidance, and support throughout the project lifecycle.
  • Communication Skills: Clear and concise communication is crucial in construction project management. Successful project managers excel at communicating with various stakeholders, including clients, team members, subcontractors, and vendors.
  • Organizational Skills: Construction projects involve numerous tasks, timelines, and resources. A successful project manager is highly organized, capable of prioritizing tasks, managing schedules, and coordinating resources effectively.
  • Problem-Solving Abilities: Construction projects often encounter unexpected challenges and issues. A successful project manager is adept at identifying problems, analyzing options, and implementing solutions promptly to keep the project on track.
  • Technical Knowledge: While not always required to be an expert in every aspect of construction, a solid understanding of construction principles, methods, and technologies is essential for effective decision-making and problem-solving.
  • Risk Management Skills: Construction projects involve inherent risks, such as budget overruns, schedule delays, and safety hazards. Successful project managers proactively identify and mitigate risks to minimize their impact on project outcomes.
  • Adaptability: Construction projects are dynamic and subject to change. Successful project managers are flexible and adaptable, capable of adjusting plans and strategies in response to changing project conditions or stakeholder requirements.
  • Client Relationship Management: Building and maintaining strong relationships with clients is essential for project success. Successful project managers understand client needs and expectations, communicate effectively, and strive to exceed client satisfaction.
  • Team Building and Collaboration: Construction projects require collaboration among diverse teams and stakeholders. Successful project managers foster a collaborative work environment, encourage teamwork, and leverage the strengths of each team member.
  • Attention to Detail: Construction projects involve complex details and specifications. Successful project managers pay close attention to detail, ensuring that all aspects of the project meet quality standards and comply with contractual requirements.
  • Financial Management Skills: Construction projects involve significant financial investments. Successful project managers have a solid understanding of project finances, including budgeting, cost estimating, and financial reporting.
  • Commitment to Safety: Safety is paramount in construction. Successful project managers prioritize safety, implement safety protocols, and promote a culture of safety among all project participants.

What's on Offer

  • Competitive Salary - Between $120,000 - $150,000
  • Bonus Structure
  • Truck Allowance
  • Benefits Package includes: Health, Medical, Dental, and Vision
  • PTO
  • 401K Match
  • Career growth Opportunity within company
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