Haskell is looking for a Project Manager, team member within the Consumer/Packaged Goods division.
The Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG) Group at Haskell supports core markets throughout the United States, as well as Mexico and the Asia Pacific Region. Providing construction, architecture and engineering for over 55 years in the food and beverage, consumer products and beer, wine and spirits markets, we work closely with many Fortune 500 companies providing our industry knowledge and expertise. Our CPG team is a melting pot of industry-leading experts and knowledgeable team members that work together, providing the best solutions to our clients with diverse backgrounds, knowledge and experience. By joining the CPG team, you will become a part of a close-knit family that is ready to help support each other and our clients and a unique opportunity to build your skills, provide knowledge and create things that matter.
This resource will deal with managing design/build, construction management or construct only projects from project assignment through completion. Accountable for all construction activities on assigned project(s).
Project Manager I: Manages design/build, construction management or construct only projects from project assignment through completion. Accountable for all construction activities on assigned project(s).
Project Manager II: Responsible for handling larger more complex project; is the single point of contact to communicate directly with owner/client.
Assists project directors in responding to RFP’s including the preparation of conceptual estimates, schedules and other proposal documents. Participates in client presentation if required.
Monitors the progress of design documents. Participates in design review meetings and provides input regarding constructability, as well as scope and cost changes.
Prepares detailed estimates, cost code input, and cost control systems.
Responsible for preparing bid packages and invitation to bid inquiries, receiving and analyzing bids, qualifying subcontractors, and awarding subcontracts and major purchase orders.
Works with director of construction and construction core personnel to establish job organization including superintendent and PCE requirements.
Plans, sequences, and schedules the project with input from the superintendent and subcontractors. Manages the project schedule, conducts job site meetings and prepares updated schedules.
Responsible for project cost control including updating of labor cost reports, summary cost reports and project status summaries.
Coordinates requirements of governing authorities for permits, inspections and final approval of the project with A/E.
Maintains submittal control, including scheduling, receiving, reviewing, approving and expediting submittals from suppliers and subcontractors to comply with progress schedule.
Manages client relations, including progress meetings, correspondence, periodic reports, change orders and response to client inquiries.
Prepares requisitions for payment and other required project invoicing. Maximizes project cash flow through invoicing and collections.
Prepares and secures owner acceptance of contract change orders. Issues modifications to subcontracts and purchase orders after owner acceptance and updates budget in summary cost report.
Manages payments to subcontractors and vendors, including reviewing and approving schedules of value, pay requisitions, invoices and required insurance coverage.
Manages subcontractor and supplier performance issues including documentation, default notices and replacement, if necessary.
Reviews and monitors project progress, quality and safety. Works with superintendent and makes corrections as required to comply with contract and company policy and procedures.
Assists in the development of construction personnel through mentoring and on-the-job training.
Effectively manages project close-out tasks and any warranty work.
Project Manager I: Bachelor’s degree in engineering or construction management or equivalent plus three years minimum in construction management
Project Manager II: Bachelor’s degree in engineering or construction management or equivalent plus 5 years minimum in construction management
Specific Knowledge, Skills, License, Certifications Etc..:
Expertise in managing resources, including budgets, schedules and materials in an environment of multiple, competing demands
Knowledge of estimating, construction methods, engineering, equipment and technology
Excellent understanding of safety procedures.
Excellent organizational, supervisory, communication, collaboration and analytical skills
Ability to travel per project requirements
Ability to understand and execute the company vision and values of Team, Excellence, Service and Trust
About The Haskell Company
Haskell combines architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) expertise with a corporate culture of transparency and integrity. The result is unmatched customer experience. Combining technical excellence and trust… it just makes sense.
1,600+ architects, engineers, constructors and administrative professionals.
20+ offices across the US, Latin America and Asia.
$1B+ annually in commercial and industrial markets for both private and public sector clients.