Terrestris is seeking a Project Manager in the Phoenix, Arizona metropolitan area to manage facilities engineering projects. The Project Manager is a Subject Matter Expert in construction, engineering, commissioning, and/or energy-related services and technology and will be responsible for the managerial direction and development of one or more programs under the supervision of the Facility Support Services Program Manager. The Project Manager will manage and interface with key clients and cultivate effective relationships with existing and potential stakeholders and partners to develop business, prepare proposals, negotiate contracts, and oversee the successful delivery of projects. This position works collaboratively with the Program Manager and other Project Managers to ensure projects are aligned, and closely with leadership in the successful growth and management of the program, ensuring that financial goals and objectives are maximized.
What does a typical day look like for the Project Manager?
- Determines project objectives and requirements
- Organizes projects and develops standards and guidelines
- Monitors operational efficiencies and budgets and takes corrective action when needed
- Develops and refines industry-leading methodologies, tools, standards, and protocols
- Serves as the technical advisor and provides manager-level input and evaluation on projects
- Provides leadership to ensure projects and programs meet company and client expectations
- Ensures quality assurance and safety program is being implemented on all projects
- Functions as the lead in the development of new clients and large projects or programs
- Assists clients with vendor selection
- Assists with contract and negotiation process for contractors after selection
- Participates in the development and execution of budgets, sales and marketing plans, and other strategic tools
- Demonstrated knowledge of OSHA 1926 and EM-355-1-1 Safety procedures and documentation
- Reviews specification packages, design drawings, and independent government cost estimates for bid ability and constructability.
- Analyzes results and provides recommendations.
- Assists with preparing modification documents as required
What qualifications do we look for?
- Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering or Architecture from an accredited University or College.
- A minimum of ten (10) years of experience managing construction projects worth at least $4M per year that span at least three (3 years).
- A minimum of five (5) years of experience managing Federally funded government construction projects.
- Excellent communication skills, both written and oral, as well as customer service skills due to daily interaction with various levels of authority,
We’re extra impressed by:
- PMP certification.
- Experience working on healthcare installations on facilities projects, maintenance, and operations.
- Construction Documentation, Project Management, or other related certifications desired.