Project Executive

at Jobot
Location Denver, Colorado
Date Posted June 22, 2022
Category Construction
Job Type Not Specified

Description

Project Executive needed for top commercial GC expanding their presence in the Denver Area!

This Jobot Job is hosted by: Haley Gerritsen
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Salary: $150,000 - $190,000 per year

A bit about us:

We are a top mid-size commercial GC based in Windsor with offices in Denver. Our mission is to provide our clients with premier design-build construction services. We deliver on our commitment by designing to our clients' budget the first time and we meet our schedules from day one on a fully entitled project without reasons or excuses. Valuing the contribution of every member of the project team guides us in consistently exceeding our clients expectations. With safety first and strong customer advocacy, our aim is to stand out as a true collaborator, turning visions into reality is what we do.

Why join us?

  • Family-oriented company
  • Offers a great opportunity for proven construction professionals to grow their careers
  • Staff is built on a collaborative, team approach with a passion to be the best builders
  • Great benefits, 401k, and PTO

Job Details

The candidates for this position must be solid leaders, and have many years of both precon and ops experience to completely lead the project teams of PM's, supers and PE's on their assigned projects. This position is the management position reporting into the CEO of the company.

Essential Job Functions:
* Project Experience - the Construction Executive must be well seasoned in their job knowledge, project knowledge, project finances, and all aspects of project risk management. The Construction Executive must be experienced in all aspects of the project experience and team leadership.

* Project Leadership - the Construction Executive is no stranger to having run projects. The Construction Executive must be privy to many of the needs of a project leader and can relate to the challenges that confront the Project's PM and/or Superintendent. Experience leverages them to be able to move the Project Leaders to think before acting, plan before executing and prepare before delivering.

* Project Financial Master - the Construction Executive must be thoroughly knowledgeable about how the money moves throughout the life of its assigned projects. The Construction Executive must be project wise to where questionable expenses are to be accounted and understand how a job may have gone into the "red" and how to turn the job around.

* Project "Ambassador" - the Construction Executive must be the ambassador of its assigned projects. The project ambassador is the person who the Client knows who they need to call if they have a burning question, problem or idea. It is the Construction Executive that will often take the hardest complaints from a Client and will be expected to ensure that the Client's ultimate needs and expectations are met. The other side to being the "Ambassador" is that the Construction Executive is also the best representative from the Project Team to the company's executive management team. The Construction Executive's attitude, perspective and insights are invaluable to those whom they report directly to.

* Project Counselor & Coach - the Construction Executive, in the Project Ambassador role is critical to the Client, and the execution of Counselor or Coach, is the most important to the Project team. The Construction Executive must have demonstrated wisdom over the years and has demonstrated professionalism in both attitude and action.

* Project Strategist - the Construction Executive, as part of their coaching function, must instruct the Project Leaders on the importance of staying ahead of the current day. When so many Project Leaders find it easy to get down in the weeds, often missing what is about to come around the corner, it is the Construction Executive who must pull them out to balance both the short and long-term perspective. The Construction Executive must impose their will, if needed, if they view their Project Leaders getting lost in the weeds or succumbing to the whines and minor emergencies of subcontractors who are failing badly in their own efforts.

  • Organize historical project costs and utilize costs to produce conceptual estimates.
  • Establish work scopes for contractors and suppliers.
  • Prepare documents for bid day, owner bid docs, insurance/bonding, etc.
  • Lead and oversee the preparation of backup documentation.
  • Provide estimating training to team members
  • Provide consultative guidance on constructability, schedule, phasing, and staffing.
  • Understand, analyze, and consult the owner's pro forma process and documents RFP, and/or contract.
  • Analyze project program, design, costs, and subcontractor input and provide comparisons, cost savings, value engineering options, and other recommendations.
  • Ensure that are budgets and bids are created using company templates, parameters, and established protocols.
  • Make recommendations to the buyout and the selection of subcontractors upon notice of award.
  • Build and manage subcontractor relationships; facilitate bids and presentations.
  • Prepare and present persuasive presentations to a variety of audiences.
  • Define major or priority subcontractors. Monitor coverage and solicit new subcontractors while continuously working to improve relationships.
  • Partner to develop appropriate subcontractor scopes of work and to determine subcontractor pricing, including information dissemination, review of subcontractor's proposals, and coordination with the desired scope of work.
  • Build and facilitate collaborative team processes among project participants (i.e. contractor, owner/developer, design professionals and subcontractors).
  • Foster a productive working atmosphere among project participants, and cultivate the Company's relationship with the Client.
  • Discuss and establish bid/budget estimate pricing strategies, concerns, and advantages with project teams. Correspond with architects and engineers.
  • Suggest and participate in procedure and policy changes as well as QC/QA plan.
  • Lead bid project closings.
  • Lead project scope review meetings in preparation for project buyout.
  • Lead, prepare and draft Exhibit A scope and contract values for project buyouts.
  • Network within the market to learn client business models

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