Job Title: Project Manager
Main Responsibilities and Duties
• Undertake technical and feasibility studies and site investigations
• Develop detailed designs & assess the potential risks of the specific projects
• Supervise tendering procedures and put together proposals
• Supervise construction and manage, supervise and visit contractors on site and advise on civil engineering issues
• communicate and liaise effectively with architects, subcontractors, contracting civil engineers, consultants, co-workers and clients
• Think both creatively and logically to resolve design and development problems
• Manage budgets and other project resources
• Be adaptable, as the client may change their mind about the design, and ensure relevant parties are notified of changes in the project
• Compile, check and approve reports
• Review and approve project drawings and negotiate modifications with architects and consulting engineers
• Use computer-aided design (CAD) packages for designing projects
• Undertake complex and repetitive calculations
• Schedule material and equipment purchase and delivery. Deal with the logistics of the supplies for the site.
• Attend site meetings to discuss projects, especially in a senior role and also ensure the quality of workmanship on site.
• Adopt all relevant requirements around issues such as Health & Safety, building permits, environmental Regulations, sanitary, good manufacturing practices and safety on all work assignments
• Ensure that a project runs smoothly and that the project is completed on time and within budget. Find Solutions to overcome unforeseen construction difficulties.
• Correct any project deficiencies that affect production, quality and safety requirements before final evaluation and project reviews.
• To carry out any reasonable duties as specified by the Directors
• This above list of duties and responsibilities is neither inclusive or exhaustive and there may be other duties and responsibilities associated with this job or position.
• All management of the employer are required to make themselves available for training and communication meetings, for which advance notice will normally be given.