Senior Project Manager
As a Sr. Project Manager at Weis Builders, you will “help make it happen” by bringing initiative, imagination, and problem solving skills to help assigned projects.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Dedication to meeting the needs and expectations of clients and potential clients
- Developing relationships with vendors by defining performance expectations and completing all buyout activities
- Maintaining cost issues, payment processes, vendor approvals, and order changes, including problem resolutions in a timely matter
- Creating baseline schedules using scheduling monitoring tools, encouraging the project team and vendors to get ahead of the schedule
- Being a project team leader by identifying and implementing actions, leveraging skills, and having project success through accountability recognition among your team
- Resolving all issues and closes projects in a timely matter, identifying new best practices and opportunities for improvement on future projects
- Planning, implementing, and enforcing expectations on safety, quality, and storm water management
- Using your market knowledge to capture opportunities and maintain client loyalty
- Modeling and following The Weis Way with clients, Associates, and vendors (responsiveness, proactive communications, exceeding expectations, support, mutually beneficial relationships).
Education and Training:
- Completed a construction degree program or equivalent experience
Knowledge and Experience:
- Experience on multi-family residential, Senior Housing and/or hospitality projects
Skills and Abilities:
- Client/Customer based focus
- Knowledgeable—Understands best practices of project management
- Negotiator—Knows how to skillfully negotiate in difficult situations; settle differences with minimal objection; win concessions without damaging relationships
- Priority Focused—Focus efforts and time by identifying critical priorities; creates a focus for self and others
- Problem Solving—Use a variety of tools, techniques, and approaches to solving problems; handle pressure under difficult situations
- Team Relationships—Maintain a strong sense of accountability with team member relationships; motivate team; takes initiative, enthusiastic, handle and resolve confrontation with diplomacy
- Communication Skills—presents themselves effectively and appropriately, able to understand different varieties of communication styles, active listener.
- Organizing—marshal resources effectively to lead successful outcomes; prioritize multiple projects and deadlines.
About Weis Builders
Weis Builders, established in 1939, has maintained a reputation for building solid relationships. We have continued to exceed client’s expectations with our versatility, responsiveness, talented associates, and progressive attitude. Weis Builders excels in various markets, including multi-family, senior living, student living hospitality, health care, retail, and commercial. We support the development needs of our clients by providing delivery methods such as general contracting, design/build, and construction management.
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