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Project Engineer

Project Engineer

We are seeking a highly qualified and motivated individual for a PE position.

ESSENTIAL JOB DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Assist Project Manager in the preparation of proposals (solicit, qualify and/or request bids)
• Assist Project Manager in identifying scope, budget, pricing, and schedule
• Track and follow-up on all pertinent information with team members
• Under guidance of Project Manager:
– Assist PM with preparation of subcontractor and owner change orders
– Update construction schedules in MS Project
– Analyze & track project scope revisions to subcontractors, including pricing
– Participate in OAC calls and maintain and distribute minutes and weekly reports
• Communicate with all critical stake holders to assure successful project completion
• Ability to update construction drawings on site
• Maintain Permit Log
• Manage RFI process: write, track and maintain log
• Manage Submittals Process
• Maintain job site office

THE MINIMUM DESIRED REQUIREMENTS:
• Requires a bachelors in Architecture or Construction Management or two years of construction project management experience
• Construction Project Management Certification is a plus
• LEED AP is a plus
• Must possess ability to read and interpret construction drawings and specifications
• Past commercial construction experience required
• Must possess the ability to organize, prioritize and manage multiple tasks
• Must possess strong communication skills, both written and oral
• Must have a working knowledge of MS Office including Word, Excel and email
• Knowledge of Viewpoint is preferred
• Experience with MS Project
• This position will require the employee to visit job sites

The Project Engineer must be able to safely navigate a job site that is under construction.

Fisher may modify this job description at any time at its sole discretion.

 Fisher provides a challenging, collaborative work environment that recognizes and rewards achievement.
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Assistant Project Manager

Assistant Project Manager

Being an Assistant Project Manager at Fisher is a great training ground for aspiring project managers. APMs are responsible for supporting the Project Manager or Sr. Project Manager in the construction of a project or multiple projects. APMs report either to the PM or to the COO.
  • Assist Project Manager in the preparation of proposals (solicit, qualify and/or request bids)
  • Assist Project Manager in the identifying scope, budget, pricing, and schedule
  • Track and follow-up on all pertinent information with team members
  • Under the guidance of the Project Manager:
    • Assist PM with preparation of subcontractor and owner change orders
    • Update construction schedules
    • Analyze and distribute project scope revisions to subcontractors and follow-up on pricing information
    • Participate in OAC calls and maintain and distribute minutes and weekly reportsMaintain daily communication with Superintendents, architects, subcontractors and engineers regarding daily field operations
  Essential duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to:
  • Manage assigned construction project(s) including the project timeline and budget
  • Review and evaluate bid documents and work to increase subcontractor base
  • Prepare cost estimate for clients in conjunction with estimating department
  • Write subcontracts and purchase orders / buyout project
  • Negotiate subcontractor pricing and client change orders
  • Submit and secure required building permits and certificates of occupancy
  • Be fully knowledgeable of prime contract terms and ensure full compliance throughout construction phase
  • Coordinate with landlord regarding tenant guidelines and ensure that they are adhered to
  • Mobilize the project(s)
  • Manage the construction scheduling and create the critical path schedule
  • Schedule pre-construction kick-off meeting and hold weekly meetings with jobsite personnel – OAC and subcontractor coordination meetings.
  • Interface with client to review job progress and any outstanding issues
  • Visit the jobsite on a regular basis to ensure project progress, quality and jobsite safety – PM may also be physically located at the site for the project duration
  • Monitor the superintendent’s work and ensure that all required paperwork is received
  • Process client/owner and subcontractor change orders regularly and in a timely manner in conjunction with company and client goals
  • Propose value-engineering options
  • Prepare superintendent evaluation upon completion of each project
  • Project Managers are part of the Operations team, and reports to the Chief Operating Officer.
  Minimum Desired Qualifications:
  • Minimum of 3-5 years of experience in construction project management with exposure to all trades.
  • Must possess strong communication and interpersonal skills both oral and written
  • Must possess the ability to organize, prioritize and manage multiple tasks.
  • Requires the ability to read and interpret construction drawings and specifications.
  • Must have a working knowledge of MS Office including skills in Microsoft Excel, Word and Outlook.
  • Experience with MS Project, ProCore and BlueBeam preferred.
  • This position will require the employee to visit or be stationed at jobsites. The individual must be able to navigate a jobsite that is under construction.
  • Manage timelines and work self-directed for certain tasks.
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