The Project Manager is primarily responsible for the “in-the-field” coordination of construction and renovation projects in the Diocese. The Project Manager inspects existing buildings to evaluate conditions, reviews architectural building and renovation plans for constructability, inspects construction-in-process, monitors construction schedule timelines and ensures that projects are completed in accord with approved plans.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Essential Functions / Job Responsibilities:Act as “owner’s representative” in the field through evaluation of existing conditions, inspection of work-in-progress and reports contract change proposals and communicate such information to the parish or school.Provide on-site inspection of work-in-progress to ensure consistent quality standards of workmanship and compliance with approved plans.Serve as a referral resource for Pastors and Administrators, offering technical assistance in evaluating construction/renovation/alteration project and materials.Attends construction team meetings; prepares written reports on status of projects, reviews drawings/specifications, verifies pay applications, archives all closeout documents.Working Conditions:Daily duties require physical exertion and agility to evaluate building conditions including climbing ladders, climbing onto roofs, walking on construction sites and “hard hat” areas.Work hours are “as needed” and may occasionally exceed forty (40) per week including evening and/or weekend meetings.Responsibilities require extensive travel throughout the five counties of the Diocese and must provide own vehicle for travel.Collaborative Relationships:The Project Manager deals with Pastors, parish personnel, Parish Advisory Committees, Design Professionals, municipal authorities and permitting agencies, contractors and sub-contractors and Pastoral Center Staff on a daily basis.
Qualities and Skills:Incumbent must be a practicing Catholic in good standingKnowledge of basic design and construction principles; ability to evaluate architectural plans for appropriateness of design, standards of quality and compliance with codes.Ability to inspect construction to ensure compliance with approved architectural plans and applicable codes, and to ensure quality of workmanship.Effective working knowledge of construction law (Mechanic’s Lien Law), AIA contracts, project scheduling and monitoring of project budgets.Ability to communicate with Pastors and Parish personnel, parish advisory committees, design professionals, attorney, contractors, construction superintendents.Experience:Minimum of 10 years of experience in construction or facility maintenance related field and in possession of appropriate licenses (f.c. license).Candidate must successfully pass a Level II FBI Background Screening and complete Safe Environment Training prior to employment.
How to Apply/Contact:
To apply, send resume to: [email protected]