18 Mar 2023
Full-Time Project Manager – Malay
As a Construction Manager, you are responsible for overseeing the project schedule (both in terms of time and cost), evaluating resource requirements, coordinating with other departments like field engineering and material logistics, maintaining status reports, and monitoring progress in relation to the established work plan.
Job Title : Project Manager
Location : Malay, Aklan Province, Philippines
Salary : $ 53.6 per hour.
Company : Ericsson
Job Type : Full-Time
- Creating initial project-specific cost estimates and taking the lead on budgetary management of the project’s numerous cost components
- is responsible for maintaining communication and acting as a liaison between the carrier and the several government entities engaged in freight transportation, including the City’s approval and inspection processes.
- managing and offering advice to utility firms that provide services and infrastructure for the project, including managing the timetable and costs
- you should keep a close eye on any build-to-suit contracts, spec houses and other concerns that may arise throughout the course of conducting a successful subdivision development.
- Project subcontractors, comprising all site and construction crafts, are assisted in certifying their credentials via this program.
- Coordinating tenant work, attending conferences, resolving problems, offering feedback, and coordinating the project’s punch list and close-out procedures are some of the things you can do as an information resource.
- Outsourced construction companies should be closely monitored and reviewed to ensure that all safety, quality, timeliness, budget, and result requirements are met.
- Controlling the expenses of the project by ensuring that carriers keep their contractual obligations and by examining the agreements and needs of tenants
- Modifications bids, requests for information and other contract material for the carrier’s benefit are examined as required.
- Responsible for verifying the accuracy of consultant bills, contractor pay applications, and change orders in coordination with the Control Manager to ensure that all of these items are appropriately recorded in the reporting system.
- Awareness of quality assurance and quality control processes for ensuring that work is executed in line with contract requirements is required. It’s your job as a Site Quality Control Manager to keep an eye on everything.
- A working knowledge of the mechanical, electrical, civil and structural aspects of industrial building.
- Experience in pre-design and pre-construction work, as well as familiarity with building systems, components, and technology, are all required.
- have a lot of experience with construction contract agreements, as well as the ability to read, understand, and coordinate the drawings and specifications of other consultants.
- Collaborating with the general contractor and the project consultants to ensure that the project is completed on-time and on-budget.