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Project Manager

Employer: Brahma Group, Inc.
Job Title: Project Manager
Degree Required: Master’s Degree; equivalent foreign education acceptable
Academic Discipline(s): Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering or Construction Management
Experience Required: Two years of post-degree progressive experience.

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Degree Required: Bachelor’s Degree; equivalent foreign education acceptable
Academic Discipline(s): Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering or Construction Management
Experience Required: Five years of post-degree progressive experience.

Job Description:

As a Project Manager at Brahma Group, Inc., you will manage all phases of program and project activities that range from small to large in value and a variety of scopes that include engineering, applied science, procurement, construction and /or operations and management. The Project Manager at Brahma Group, Inc., will manage all phases of a program which includes:

• Understanding building codes and industry codes
• Keeping an updated list of vendors and subcontractors
• Researching and implementing the safe and efficient construction techniques for the projects
• Following and reviewing that Company’s construction procedures are in line with standard agencies like ASME ( American society of Mechanical Engineers) and AWS (American Welders Society), OSHA ( Occupational Safety and Health administration) and MSHA ( Mine Safety and Health administration)
• Providing actual hours to complete the job to estimators

Specific Job Duties:

• Bid/ provide estimates for the construction projects
• Set up budgets for various construction and non-construction activities. This is done by considering number of people, wages, equipment and materials required for the job.
• Create and manage schedule with various milestones for the projects and develop construction strategy.
o Value Engineering: Establish the most efficient way of executing the project
• Select Subcontractors for the job
• Ensure construction Project complies with the OSHA and MSHA standards
• Resource Allocation
o Forecasting manpower and hiring manpower required to complete the projects. These forecasts are updated every week after analyzing the progress of the projects.
o Procure material for the project
o Forecast Equipment required for the project
• Review and report project progress: Prepare internal and external reports pertaining to job status, equipment, policies and procedures. Internal reports are sent to the Company President and external reports are sent to the client.
• Cost Review: Updating Costs for the projects ( Labor and non-labor like equipment)
o Updates revenues and profit for the projects
• Escalation & Problem Solving: Resolve variety of disputes between employees or between the client and company. Also, report issues to the upper management.
• Contract Management: Help Draft contract and clearly mention scope of work in contracts between company and vendors, company and client; and company and subcontractors
• Risk Management: Analyze risks going into the project. Identify issues for early resolution, determines and select corrective action and workaround solutions whenever deviations from project plan are identified, inform higher management appropriate higher division of any issues and remediation plans.
• Keep the documents updated with the latest procedures which may pertain to safety and construction procedures
• Collaborate and coordinate with designers, estimators, client, construction managers and supervisors to the execute the construction project
This position will direct preparation of work plans, supervise project teams, and manage project scope, budget and schedule. This position will supervise five direct reports: a Project Engineer, a Project Coordinator, a Project Controls Specialist, a Superintendent and a Foreman. The responsibilities of the Project Manager include but are not limited to: management of multiple projects, creation of detailed project plans, critical path method schedule, analysis, contract management, cost review, reporting and analysis, project forecasting, project accruals, change control management, ability to build construction sequence into a functional project schedule, appropriate status reporting, escalation and problem solving and safety stewardship. You must be willing to travel up to 100% of the time to various locations within the United States including Utah, California, Arizona, Nevada, Louisiana, Wyoming, Texas, North Dakota and Idaho and other unanticipated worksites in the future.
Minimum Qualifications

Knowledge and experience with Primavera P6 for construction scheduling. Knowledge and experience with large construction projects such as mining and power plants. Knowledge of Project Controls and Accounting principles. Knowledge and experience with formal procurement and submittal processes such as RFQ, RFI, RFP. Experience with document management software. Knowledge and experience with processes and procedures present in a construction Project Management Office. Knowledge of latest construction technologies like BIM ( Building Information Modelling). Strong cost estimating and analytical skills. Must be willing to travel up to 100% of the time to various locations within the United States including Utah, California, Arizona, Nevada, Louisiana, Wyoming, Texas, North Dakota and Idaho and other unanticipated worksites in the future.

Salary (Annual): $92373.00
Worksite Address: 1132 South 500 West, Salt Lake City, Utah 84101
Hours of work: 6:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.