Oversee and direct construction projects from conception to completion
Respond to work delays, emergencies, and other problems
Ensure quality construction standards and the use of proper construction techniques
Review the work progress on daily basis
Review the project in-depth to schedule deliverables and estimate costs
Oversee constructions to monitor compliance with building and safety regulations
Coordinate and direct construction workers and subcontractors
Select tools, materials and equipment and track inventory
Meet contractual conditions of performance
Prepare internal reports pertaining to job status
Plan ahead to prevent problems and resolve any emerging ones
Obtain permits, analyze, manage and mitigate risks
Interpret and explain contracts and technical information to other professionals
Investigate damage, accidents, or delays at construction sites, to ensure that proper procedures are being carried out.
Evaluate construction methods and determine cost-effectiveness of plans
BS degree in construction management, architecture, engineering or related field
3+ years’ experience in new construction and in a supervisory capacity
Proven working experience in industrial construction management, especially in mechanical and electrical fields
Advanced knowledge of construction management processes, means and methods
Knowledge of building products, construction details and relevant rules, regulations and quality standards
Understanding of all facets of the construction process
Ability to plan and see the “big picture”
Competent in conflict and crisis management
Excellent time and project management skills
Analytical Skills: Construction managers must be good at planning for large-scale, multi-step projects.
Decision Making: Construction managers must make lots of decisions, such as picking subcontractors, materials, and more.
Management Skills: As the boss on site, construction managers must lead their teams, and keep them motivated and focused on the job.
Communication: Good writing and speaking skills are needed by construction managers when communicating with employees, writing proposals, subcontractors, procuring materials and dealing with clients.
Technical Skills: Construction managers must know construction methodologies, read blueprints and understand other technical aspects of construction.
Time-Management: Deadlines are crucial in construction. Making sure that everything is on time and moving smoothly is a critical part of the job.
- Talent Manager
- Category: Construction
- Career level: ---
- Job type: Full Time