Professional Employment

People who join the PC Construction team stay with us because this is the best place to work. We are big enough to offer countless career opportunities and an impressive range of projects, but small enough that we value everyone’s contributions and maintain a close-knit team.

Diverse opportunities.
Unlimited possibilities.

Our diverse capabilities provide employees the ability to work on projects of all sizes and types — from a small dorm renovation in Maine to a major treatment plant expansion in Georgia. Whether you want to estimate a project, create schedules, or transform drawings to reality, we provide opportunities in the office and in the field to suit a wide range of interests and specialties.

We are looking for dedicated employee owners. Are you ready for a career that is anything but average? This might be the place for you.

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Chief Financial Officer
Date: Mon, 25 Sep 2017 00:00:00 GMT
Reference No.: 458896
URL: http://recruit.hirebridge.com/v3/Jobs/JobDetails.aspx?jid=458896&cid=5835&locvalue=1029
Application URL: https://recruit.hirebridge.com/v3/application/applink.aspx?cid=5835&jid=458896
Benefits: Full Benefits
Salary: Salary
Department: Accounting/Finance
South Burlington, Vermont
Postal Code: 05403
Job Type: Full Time
Category: Professional
Description:

Exceptional opportunity to provide strategic leadership for the company’s financial strength, and continued growth. The CFO will create, manage, and maintain PCs financial relationships with banking, surety, ESOP, and any other entities, in addition to our senior executive team, and Board of Directors. The individual must be a strong financial strategic leader, possess excellent communication, and relationship skills, along with relevant experience in a construction firm, and preference given for forecasting with self-perform construction firms.

The individual in this position has direct oversight of the company’s overall financial functions and policies including accounting, budget, credit, tax, treasury, financial customer relationships, banks, sureties, investment vehicles, ESOP relationships. Responsibilities include planning, developing, organizing, implementing, directing, and evaluating the organization’s fiscal, and risk functions and performance, as well as facility management. This position directly supervises the Controller, and Risk Manager, with oversight over the Finance and Risk Management departments. The person in this position will assess and coach individuals and teams to support and enhance their development. The individual will provide regular and timely feedback or corrective action to advance the performance and career opportunities for employees within their area of influence.

Candidates must have a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting or Finance, along with 10 or more years of direct experience in a nationally recognized construction company. A Certified Public Accountants (CPA) certificate is preferred. Corporate treasury experience, along with experience leading and directing the work of others are required. Must be able to demonstrate expertise in a variety of construction industry concepts, practices, and procedures, and rely on extensive experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals. Must possess strong organizational, negotiation, problem-solving and communication skills, and display literacy in the use of various Microsoft Office products, particularly Excel. Information Technology and ESOP management and oversight are a plus.

Corporate Budget and Cost

  • Oversee the preparation of the annual general and administrative budgets.
  • Continual improvement of the budgeting process through education of appropriate management employees on financial issues impacting department or divisional budgets.
  • Develop credibility for the finance group by providing timely and accurate analysis of budgets, financial reports and financial trends in order to partner with the President/CEO, the Board of Directors and other senior executives in performing their responsibilities.
  • Perform duties of Corporate Treasurer.
  • Monitor business area budgets throughout the course of the year and take action as needed.
  • Ensure sufficient financial controls are in place to safeguard company assets and ensure integrity of financial data.
  • Develop a reliable cash flow projection process and reporting mechanism that includes minimum cash threshold to meet operation needs.
  • Oversee the preparation and filing of all tax returns—including federal and state income tax returns, federal and state payroll tax returns and various state sales tax returns.
  • Ensure federal and state tax payments are made on an adequate and timely basis.
  • Ensure that monthly analysis of uncompleted contracts and other monthly reports are prepared on an accurate timely basis.
  • Oversee periodic projections of backlog and associated revenue and profit projection for current year and next year.
  • Ensure quarterly and year-end financial statements are prepared on an accurate and timely basis.
  • Coordinate and assist outside auditors in year-end audit of company’s financial statements and preparation of tax returns.

 Employee Relations and Development

  • Ensure compliance with discrimination, harassment, Equal Employment Opportunity policies.
  • Evaluate the Finance and Risk Management departments structure and team plan for continual improvement of the efficiency and effectiveness of the group as well as provide individuals with professional and personal growth with emphasis on opportunities (where possible) of individuals.
  • Provide technical financial advice and knowledge to others within the financial discipline.
  • Interview screened applicants for department position openings.
  • Hire department employees.
  • Assign tasks, areas of responsibility, and performance requirements to direct reports.
  • Establish project procedures for communication, decision-making, and issue-resolution.
  • Resolve disputes between coworkers when they impact performance.
  • Conduct training for PC Employees on policies, procedures, means, and methods within your area of expertise.
  • Mentor and coach direct reports.
  • Conduct Performance Development Meetings with administrative direct reports.
  • Set developmental goals and monitor progress with direct reports.

Cash Flow Management, Forecast & Modeling

  • Develop short and long term cash flow models & cash flow projections, and reporting mechanism that includes minimum cash thresholds, ratios, and cash flow management strategies to meet operation needs.

Facility Management

  • Oversee PC corporate facility management including maintenance, office improvements, renovations, etc.

 Job Budget and Cost

  • Ensure the maintenance and preparation of financial data for other entities, i.e. joint ventures.

Owner Contracts

  • Be an advisor from the financial perspective on any contracts into which the company may enter.

100% EMPLOYEE OWNED

PC Construction is 100% employee owned providing general contracting, construction management and design-build services for Commercial, Education & Campus, Health Care, Hospitality & Resort, Manufacturing & Industrial, and Water Treatment projects. Steeped in over a half century of experience, PC uses innovative construction methods and problem-solving approaches to respond uniquely and specifically to each customer's needs - from multi-million dollar projects, to projects over $250 million. We hold consistent rankings in ENR as a top contractor, and maintain our corporate office in Vermont, with regional offices in Maine, New Hampshire, New York, North Carolina, and Florida.

PC Construction Company does not discriminate based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, genetic information, family medical history, disability, or other characteristics which are or may be protected by law. We urge qualified minorities and women to apply. An Equal Opportunity Employer

Construction Executive
Date: Thu, 08 Jun 2017 00:00:00 GMT
Reference No.: 450353
URL: http://recruit.hirebridge.com/v3/Jobs/JobDetails.aspx?jid=450353&cid=5835&locvalue=1041
Application URL: https://recruit.hirebridge.com/v3/application/applink.aspx?cid=5835&jid=450353
Benefits: Full Benefits
Salary: Commensurate With Experience
Department: Operations
Raleigh, North Carolina
Postal Code: 27601
Job Type: Full Time
Category: Professional
Description:

Exceptional opportunity to become an integral part of our executive team. The individual in this role will contribute to the growth and success of the company, along with the ability to grow and progress within an executive career path.

The individual in this position is responsible for overseeing a project and/or an assigned group of projects across the southeast within our water and wastewater market segment. The individual will also assess and coach individuals and teams to support and enhance their development. The person in this position will provide regular and timely feedback or corrective action to advance the performance and career opportunities for employees within their area of influence.

A civil or mechanical engineering or construction management degree is preferred, along with 10 – 15 years’ experience, depth of experience in construction operations exhibiting superb leadership and management skills, and exceptional communication, negotiation, and problem-solving skills. Water wastewater, CM at Risk, Design Build, and Lump Sum experience preferred on projects ranging from $50-$200 million in contract value.

Strategic Development

  • Communicate the strategic plan to the company.
  • Develop and execute the Department’s annual work plan based on the company’s Strategic
  • Plan.
  • Annually develop three-year business and sales plans with detailed action strategies and new
  • award goals by specific project type and geographic area and provide accountability for
  • assigned personnel including applicable Director(s) of Business Development.
  • Participate, as required, in selected local, company-sponsored/approved organizational
  • functions and efforts.

Systems Improvement

  • Contribute to the development and implementation of marketing, training, operational systems
  • and procedures, and other corporate needs.

Employee Relations and Development

  • Ensure compliance with employment laws and company policies and ensure direct reports are in compliance.
  • Identify candidates for operations positions and partner with Human Resources through the interview and hiring process.
  • Assess and coach Individuals and teams to support and enhance their development. Provide regular and timely feedback or corrective action to advance the performance and career opportunities for employees within your area of influence.

Legal

  • Monitor potential claims to evaluate and mitigate exposure.

Corporate Budget and Cost

  • Monitor business area budgets throughout the course of the year and take action as needed.

Job Budget and Cost

  • Assist the Project Manager with the preparation of project budgets.
  • Monitor project budgets and take action as needed.
  • Monitor and review project progress and provide support as necessary.
  • Monitor cash flow and take action as needed to ensure a positive cash flow.
  • Complete Construction Executive Summary Reports in support of the Estimate-To-Complete process.

Equipment

  • Coordinate equipment needs among projects and between Project Managers with the company’s Equipment Manager.

Procurement

  • Assist Project Managers with the negotiations associated with major purchase orders, subcontracts, and buyout difficulties.

Project Closeout

  • Assist the project teams during project closeout.

Project Startup

  • Oversee the initial set up of all projects to ensure that the project team establishes systems and procedures.

Schedule

  • Monitor project schedules and take action as needed.

Subcontractors and Vendors

  • Ensure proper Vendor and Subcontractor relations.

 

100% EMPLOYEE OWNED

PC Construction is 100% employee owned providing general contracting, construction management and design-build services for Commercial, Education & Campus, Health Care, Hospitality & Resort, Manufacturing & Industrial, and Water Treatment projects. Steeped in over a half century of experience, PC uses innovative construction methods and problem-solving approaches to respond uniquely and specifically to each customer's needs - from multi-million dollar projects, to projects over $250 million. We hold consistent rankings in ENR as a top contractor, and maintain our corporate office in Vermont, with regional offices in Maine, New Hampshire, New York, North Carolina, and Florida.

PC Construction Company does not discriminate based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, genetic information, family medical history, disability, or other characteristics which are or may be protected by law. We urge qualified minorities and women to apply. An Equal Opportunity Employer

General Application-Professional
Date: Thu, 30 Jan 2014 00:00:00 GMT
Reference No.: 41046
URL: http://recruit.hirebridge.com/v3/Jobs/JobDetails.aspx?jid=41046&cid=5835&locvalue=1019
Application URL: https://recruit.hirebridge.com/v3/application/applink.aspx?cid=5835&jid=41046
Benefits: Full Benefits
Salary: Commensurate With Experience
Department: Other
Eastern United States
Postal Code: 05403
Job Type: Full Time
Category: Professional
Description:

This is a general application, please apply here if you do not see a position listed that matches your qualifications. 

 

100% EMPLOYEE OWNED

PC Construction is 100% employee owned providing general contracting, construction management and design-build services for Commercial, Education & Campus, Health Care, Hospitality & Resort, Manufacturing & Industrial, and Water Treatment projects. Steeped in over a half century of experience, PC uses innovative construction methods and problem-solving approaches to respond uniquely and specifically to each customer's needs - from multi-million dollar projects, to projects over $250 million. We hold consistent rankings in ENR as a top contractor, and maintain our corporate office in Vermont, with regional offices in Maine, New Hampshire, New York, North Carolina, and Florida.

PC Construction Company does not discriminate based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, genetic information, family medical history, disability, or other characteristics which are or may be protected by law. We urge qualified minorities and women to apply. An Equal Opportunity Employer

 

 

 

Insurance and Safety Administrator
Date: Mon, 21 Aug 2017 00:00:00 GMT
Reference No.: 456346
URL: http://recruit.hirebridge.com/v3/Jobs/JobDetails.aspx?jid=456346&cid=5835&locvalue=1029
Application URL: https://recruit.hirebridge.com/v3/application/applink.aspx?cid=5835&jid=456346
Benefits: Full Benefits
Salary: Hourly
Department: Risk Management/Safety
South Burlington, Vermont
Postal Code: 05403
Job Type: Full Time
Category: Professional
Description:

The individual in this position is responsible for assisting with the implementation and administration of the company's corporate insurance, risk management and safety programs. Generally, the individual in this position possesses the following qualifications: A two-year degree in a relatedfield or two years of insurance or risk managementexperience, the ability to work independently with little supervision, a high level of computer aptitude (MS: Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, CMiC, Field ID, Procore or similar safety management software), strong organizational skills, with the ability to prioritize and manage multiple projects at once, and excellent written and verbal communicationskills, including strong presentation skills.

Safety and Health

  • Model safe work practices, including wearing personal protective devices.
  • Maintain supplies of and distribute safety training/orientation materials.
  • Develop and distribute power-point presentations, posters, and other visual education tools.
  • Maintain safety compliance management systems (i.e. user licenses, system setup and maintenance).

 Business Development

  • Build, develop, and grow any business relationships vital to the success of the company.

 Estimating

  • Support the insurance manager with pre-bid specification follow-up with Estimating and Operations where necessary. Provide project related underwriting information to insurance broker where necessary.
  • Participate in project turnover meetings.

Personnel

  • Ensure compliance with discrimination, harassment, Equal Employment Opportunity policies.
  • Conduct training for PC Employees on policies, procedures, means, and methods within your area of expertise.
  • Input safety record keeping into CMIC (i.e. training records, certifications, other compliance's).

 Documents

  • Assist with the development of relevant company policies and procedures.

Risk Management

  • Assist insurance manager in responding to day-to-day insurance and risk management issues.
  • Interact with insurance agency and insurance company's representatives.
  • Support all aspects of the company’s corporate insurance and bonding program including property, casualty, workers’ compensation, umbrella and project-specific insurance and bonding requirements.
  • Work with project teams to address insurance and risk issues.
  • Maintain compliance with project-specific insurance documentation (i.e. insurance certificates, bonds, consents of surety) and file all insurance documents and claim-related documentation accordingly.
  • Administer the tracking of all claims (i.e. update claims database, review incident reports for completeness and accuracy and file appropriately).
  • Complete insurance applications.
  • Support insurance manager in preparing for and administering carrier audits.
  • Work with FOM’s to Review certificates of insurance for compliance to PC requirements and provide feedback to project teams.

100% EMPLOYEE OWNED

PC Construction is 100% employee owned providing general contracting, construction management and design-build services for Commercial, Education & Campus, Health Care, Hospitality & Resort, Manufacturing & Industrial, and Water Treatment projects. Steeped in over a half century of experience, PC uses innovative construction methods and problem-solving approaches to respond uniquely and specifically to each customer's needs - from multi-million dollar projects, to projects over $250 million. We hold consistent rankings in ENR as a top contractor, and maintain our corporate office in Vermont, with regional offices in Maine, New Hampshire, New York, North Carolina, and Florida.

PC Construction Company does not discriminate based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, genetic information, family medical history, disability, or other characteristics which are or may be protected by law. We urge qualified minorities and women to apply. An Equal Opportunity Employer

MEP Coordinator / Manager
Date: Mon, 01 May 2017 00:00:00 GMT
Reference No.: 444511
URL: http://recruit.hirebridge.com/v3/Jobs/JobDetails.aspx?jid=444511&cid=5835&locvalue=1078
Application URL: https://recruit.hirebridge.com/v3/application/applink.aspx?cid=5835&jid=444511
Benefits: Full Benefits
Salary: Salary
Department: Buildings and Facilities
Manchester, New Hampshire
Postal Code: 03103
Job Type: Full Time
Category: Professional
Description:

The individual in this position works closely with the project team, supporting and assisting the Project Manager and Project Superintendent in the management and administration of all facets of the project’s mechanical, electrical, plumbing/piping, fire alarm, fire protection, automated controls and commissioning field operations.

A four year degree in Construction Management or engineering, five years plus of industrial/commercial construction experience as a Project Engineer or experience commensurate with years of service in a related MEP position is acceptable. Experience should be in high-technology, health care, laboratory, and/or large complex industrial projects Must have a comprehensive understanding of mechanical, electrical, plumbing and controls systems as it pertains to installation, coordination, operation, and start-up and commissioning. Must possess an understanding of building construction and spatial constrains within the building envelope. Experience with BIM, including 3D spatial coordination processes, and the use of collaborative BIM software such as Navisworks or BIMsight is preferred.

Documents

  • Assist to maintain required project reports, forms, and logs as applicable to track activities such as shop drawing submittals, equipment submittals, project addendums, requests for information, field changes and change orders, and purchase and delivery schedules.
  • Work with the Project Manager and the team to establish procedures for decisions and for documentation flow between owner, architect, and subcontractors.
  • Review the contract to determine documentation and submittal requirements.

Equipment and Materials

  • The individual understands that the materials supplied for the project meet the specifications and submittals, and can check for quality of the materials being delivered.
  • Work with the Superintendent, Project Engineer, or Project Manager to coordinate timely delivery of materials for self-performed work or sub-contractor work.
  • Verify material deliveries for accurate quantities and types.

Job Budget and Cost

  • Prepare owner change orders for review by Project Manager and manage submission process for subcontractors.
  • Negotiate MEP subcontract change orders.
  • Assist the Project Manager with the preparation of Estimates to Complete and cash flow
  • projections for MEP scope.

Owner Contracts

  • Must have a full understanding of the of the owner contract to ensure that the project scope is met as well as have the ability to identify scope deficiencies.
  • Act as liaison between the owner and their vendors to coordinate the installation of owner installed equipment. Ensure all MEP service will allow installation of equipment after the completion of the scope.

Personnel

  • Train and mentor Office Engineers and Project Engineers.
  • Coordinate specific trade work with the project team as necessary.

Procurement

  • Review MEP plans and specifications, confirm project can be built within the constraints of the estimate, and prepare budgets.
  • Extensive and detailed knowledge of the MEP sections of the project estimate.
  • Generate all MEP bid packages and manage the bidding process.
  • Direct preconstruction efforts including scope reviews, price negotiations, value engineering suggestions, etc.
  • Review MEP subcontracts and purchase orders prior to actual contract award.
  • Ensure timely buy-out of MEP scopes of work from all subcontractors.

Project Closeout

  • Works to ensure that O&Ms, As-builts, record submittals, testing reports and all associated documents are prepared and ready for turn-over to the owner.

Quality

  • Work with the Superintendent to manage MEP subcontractors, monitor their progress, and ensure that all subcontracted work is being installed per the scopes of work, drawings and specifications.
  • Manage the Spatial Coordination Process. The individual should be able to understand and visualize the special constraints within the building envelope as it pertains to the MEP coordination process as well as understand the construction of the building, equipment and service feeds and how they will layout within the building. Individual will be able to lead the coordination process with all MEP trades and have an understanding on how to resolve conflicts.
  • Assist and coordinate with the subcontractors to complete the construction, the pre-functional, and the functional check lists.
  • Schedule and chair pre-commissioning meeting with the owner early in the project. Work with the Architect/Engineer to determine the commissioning goals. Coordinate the commissioning process with the owner’s commissioning agent or third party commissioning agent.

Schedule

  • Support the estimating process confirming unit rate for material, labor and equipment to identify potential cost/scheduling issues as well as constructability issues and constraints as they relate to the MEP scope of a project.
  • Assist in developing and maintaining the master project schedule. Ensure the schedule has ample time for the commissioning process.
  • Work closely with the sub-contractors to meet the overall project schedule. Have an understating of the order of activities as it pertains to construction sequence and have the ability to adjust construction activities as necessary to maintain the project schedule.
  • Schedule due dates for such things as submittals. Monitor status to ensure documentation is submitted according to schedule.
  • As assigned or in conjunction with the Project Manager, meet at regular intervals, or as required, with the owner and architect to review and document project progress.
  • As assigned by the Project Manager, communicate to management progress of the project and status of current owner-architect relationship.
  • Coordinate with the Site Superintendent to develop the 3-week look ahead plan.

Site

  • Understand and coordinate underground and site utilities, such as utility electrical and gases, lighting, main water and waste water service, telephone and internet providers.

Subcontractors and Vendors

  • Perform scope and price reviews to ensure complete coverage of the work. As assigned, perform subcontract and purchase order negotiations and other purchasing activities.
  • Complete knowledge of subcontract documents.
  • Work with subcontractors and vendors to ensure timely and comprehensive owner training.

Accounts Payable

  • Review invoices received from MEP vendors and subcontractors.

Business Development

  • This position will involve working closely with the client, contractor and Architect/Engineer.
  • Proper decorum is essential to fostering a good working relationship and building trust for future projects.
  • Assist Business Development with strategic interview planning or project with substantial MEP scopes or high tech manufacturing facilities.

 

100% EMPLOYEE OWNED

PC Construction is 100% employee owned providing general contracting, construction management and design-build services for Commercial, Education & Campus, Health Care, Hospitality & Resort, Manufacturing & Industrial, and Water Treatment projects. Steeped in over a half century of experience, PC uses innovative construction methods and problem-solving approaches to respond uniquely and specifically to each customer's needs - from multi-million dollar projects, to projects over $250 million. We hold consistent rankings in ENR as a top contractor, and maintain our corporate office in Vermont, with regional offices in Maine, New Hampshire, New York, North Carolina, and Florida.

PC Construction Company does not discriminate based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, genetic information, family medical history, disability, or other characteristics which are or may be protected by law. We urge qualified minorities and women to apply. An Equal Opportunity Employer

 

MEP Coordinator / Manager
Date: Mon, 31 Jul 2017 00:00:00 GMT
Reference No.: 454551
URL: http://recruit.hirebridge.com/v3/Jobs/JobDetails.aspx?jid=454551&cid=5835&locvalue=1038
Application URL: https://recruit.hirebridge.com/v3/application/applink.aspx?cid=5835&jid=454551
Benefits: Full Benefits
Salary: Salary
Department: Buildings and Facilities
Burlington, Vermont
Postal Code: 05401
Job Type: Full Time
Category: Professional
Description:

Great opportunity to be part of a once in a lifetime project here in Vermont, The Burlington City Place project (Burlington Town Center Redevelopment Project). The individual in this position works closely with the project team, supporting and assisting the Project Manager and Project Superintendent in the management and administration of all facets of the project’s mechanical, electrical, plumbing/piping, fire alarm, fire protection, automated controls and commissioning field operations.

A four year degree in Construction Management or engineering, five years plus of industrial/commercial construction experience as a Project Engineer or experience commensurate with years of service in a related MEP position is acceptable. Experience should be in high-technology, health care, laboratory, and/or large complex industrial projects Must have a comprehensive understanding of mechanical, electrical, plumbing and controls systems as it pertains to installation, coordination, operation, and start-up and commissioning. Must possess an understanding of building construction and spatial constrains within the building envelope. Experience with BIM, including 3D spatial coordination processes, and the use of collaborative BIM software such as Navisworks or BIMsight is preferred.

Documents

  • Assist to maintain required project reports, forms, and logs as applicable to track activities such as shop drawing submittals, equipment submittals, project addendums, requests for information, field changes and change orders, and purchase and delivery schedules.
  • Work with the Project Manager and the team to establish procedures for decisions and for documentation flow between owner, architect, and subcontractors.
  • Review the contract to determine documentation and submittal requirements.

Equipment and Materials

  • The individual understands that the materials supplied for the project meet the specifications and submittals, and can check for quality of the materials being delivered.
  • Work with the Superintendent, Project Engineer, or Project Manager to coordinate timely delivery of materials for self-performed work or sub-contractor work.
  • Verify material deliveries for accurate quantities and types.

Job Budget and Cost

  • Prepare owner change orders for review by Project Manager and manage submission process for subcontractors.
  • Negotiate MEP subcontract change orders.
  • Assist the Project Manager with the preparation of Estimates to Complete and cash flow
  • projections for MEP scope.

Owner Contracts

  • Must have a full understanding of the of the owner contract to ensure that the project scope is met as well as have the ability to identify scope deficiencies.
  • Act as liaison between the owner and their vendors to coordinate the installation of owner installed equipment. Ensure all MEP service will allow installation of equipment after the completion of the scope.

Personnel

  • Train and mentor Office Engineers and Project Engineers.
  • Coordinate specific trade work with the project team as necessary.

Procurement

  • Review MEP plans and specifications, confirm project can be built within the constraints of the estimate, and prepare budgets.
  • Extensive and detailed knowledge of the MEP sections of the project estimate.
  • Generate all MEP bid packages and manage the bidding process.
  • Direct preconstruction efforts including scope reviews, price negotiations, value engineering suggestions, etc.
  • Review MEP subcontracts and purchase orders prior to actual contract award.
  • Ensure timely buy-out of MEP scopes of work from all subcontractors.

Project Closeout

  • Works to ensure that O&Ms, As-builts, record submittals, testing reports and all associated documents are prepared and ready for turn-over to the owner.

Quality

  • Work with the Superintendent to manage MEP subcontractors, monitor their progress, and ensure that all subcontracted work is being installed per the scopes of work, drawings and specifications.
  • Manage the Spatial Coordination Process. The individual should be able to understand and visualize the special constraints within the building envelope as it pertains to the MEP coordination process as well as understand the construction of the building, equipment and service feeds and how they will layout within the building. Individual will be able to lead the coordination process with all MEP trades and have an understanding on how to resolve conflicts.
  • Assist and coordinate with the subcontractors to complete the construction, the pre-functional, and the functional check lists.
  • Schedule and chair pre-commissioning meeting with the owner early in the project. Work with the Architect/Engineer to determine the commissioning goals. Coordinate the commissioning process with the owner’s commissioning agent or third party commissioning agent.

Schedule

  • Support the estimating process confirming unit rate for material, labor and equipment to identify potential cost/scheduling issues as well as constructability issues and constraints as they relate to the MEP scope of a project.
  • Assist in developing and maintaining the master project schedule. Ensure the schedule has ample time for the commissioning process.
  • Work closely with the sub-contractors to meet the overall project schedule. Have an understating of the order of activities as it pertains to construction sequence and have the ability to adjust construction activities as necessary to maintain the project schedule.
  • Schedule due dates for such things as submittals. Monitor status to ensure documentation is submitted according to schedule.
  • As assigned or in conjunction with the Project Manager, meet at regular intervals, or as required, with the owner and architect to review and document project progress.
  • As assigned by the Project Manager, communicate to management progress of the project and status of current owner-architect relationship.
  • Coordinate with the Site Superintendent to develop the 3-week look ahead plan.

Site

  • Understand and coordinate underground and site utilities, such as utility electrical and gases, lighting, main water and waste water service, telephone and internet providers.

Subcontractors and Vendors

  • Perform scope and price reviews to ensure complete coverage of the work. As assigned, perform subcontract and purchase order negotiations and other purchasing activities.
  • Complete knowledge of subcontract documents.
  • Work with subcontractors and vendors to ensure timely and comprehensive owner training.

Accounts Payable

  • Review invoices received from MEP vendors and subcontractors.

Business Development

  • This position will involve working closely with the client, contractor and Architect/Engineer.
  • Proper decorum is essential to fostering a good working relationship and building trust for future projects.
  • Assist Business Development with strategic interview planning or project with substantial MEP scopes or high tech manufacturing facilities.

100% EMPLOYEE OWNED

PC Construction is 100% employee owned providing general contracting, construction management and design-build services for Commercial, Education & Campus, Health Care, Hospitality & Resort, Manufacturing & Industrial, and Water Treatment projects. Steeped in over a half century of experience, PC uses innovative construction methods and problem-solving approaches to respond uniquely and specifically to each customer's needs - from multi-million dollar projects, to projects over $250 million. We hold consistent rankings in ENR as a top contractor, and maintain our corporate office in Vermont, with regional offices in Maine, New Hampshire, New York, North Carolina, and Florida.

PC Construction Company does not discriminate based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, genetic information, family medical history, disability, or other characteristics which are or may be protected by law. We urge qualified minorities and women to apply. An Equal Opportunity Employer

 

MEP Coordinator / Manager
Date: Wed, 20 Sep 2017 00:00:00 GMT
Reference No.: 458610
URL: http://recruit.hirebridge.com/v3/Jobs/JobDetails.aspx?jid=458610&cid=5835&locvalue=1022
Application URL: https://recruit.hirebridge.com/v3/application/applink.aspx?cid=5835&jid=458610
Benefits: Full Benefits
Salary: Salary
Department: Buildings and Facilities
Portland, Maine
Postal Code: 04103
Job Type: Full Time
Category: Professional
Description:

The individual in this position works closely with the project team, supporting and assisting the Project Manager and Project Superintendent in the management and administration of all facets of the project’s mechanical, electrical, plumbing/piping, fire alarm, fire protection, automated controls and commissioning field operations.

A four year degree in Construction Management or engineering, five years plus of industrial/commercial construction experience as a Project Engineer or experience commensurate with years of service in a related MEP position is acceptable. Experience should be in high-technology, health care, laboratory, and/or large complex industrial projects Must have a comprehensive understanding of mechanical, electrical, plumbing and controls systems as it pertains to installation, coordination, operation, and start-up and commissioning. Must possess an understanding of building construction and spatial constrains within the building envelope. Experience with BIM, including 3D spatial coordination processes, and the use of collaborative BIM software such as Navisworks or BIMsight is preferred.

Documents

  • Assist to maintain required project reports, forms, and logs as applicable to track activities such as shop drawing submittals, equipment submittals, project addendums, requests for information, field changes and change orders, and purchase and delivery schedules.
  • Work with the Project Manager and the team to establish procedures for decisions and for documentation flow between owner, architect, and subcontractors.
  • Review the contract to determine documentation and submittal requirements.

Equipment and Materials

  • The individual understands that the materials supplied for the project meet the specifications and submittals, and can check for quality of the materials being delivered.
  • Work with the Superintendent, Project Engineer, or Project Manager to coordinate timely delivery of materials for self-performed work or sub-contractor work.
  • Verify material deliveries for accurate quantities and types.

Job Budget and Cost

  • Prepare owner change orders for review by Project Manager and manage submission process for subcontractors.
  • Negotiate MEP subcontract change orders.
  • Assist the Project Manager with the preparation of Estimates to Complete and cash flow
  • projections for MEP scope.

Owner Contracts

  • Must have a full understanding of the of the owner contract to ensure that the project scope is met as well as have the ability to identify scope deficiencies.
  • Act as liaison between the owner and their vendors to coordinate the installation of owner installed equipment. Ensure all MEP service will allow installation of equipment after the completion of the scope.

    Personnel

  • Train and mentor Office Engineers and Project Engineers.
  • Coordinate specific trade work with the project team as necessary.

Procurement

  • Review MEP plans and specifications, confirm project can be built within the constraints of the estimate, and prepare budgets.
  • Extensive and detailed knowledge of the MEP sections of the project estimate.
  • Generate all MEP bid packages and manage the bidding process.
  • Direct preconstruction efforts including scope reviews, price negotiations, value engineering suggestions, etc.
  • Review MEP subcontracts and purchase orders prior to actual contract award.
  • Ensure timely buy-out of MEP scopes of work from all subcontractors.

Project Closeout

  • Works to ensure that O&Ms, As-builts, record submittals, testing reports and all associated documents are prepared and ready for turn-over to the owner.

Quality

  • Work with the Superintendent to manage MEP subcontractors, monitor their progress, and ensure that all subcontracted work is being installed per the scopes of work, drawings and specifications.
  • Manage the Spatial Coordination Process. The individual should be able to understand and visualize the special constraints within the building envelope as it pertains to the MEP coordination process as well as understand the construction of the building, equipment and service feeds and how they will layout within the building. Individual will be able to lead the coordination process with all MEP trades and have an understanding on how to resolve conflicts.
  • Assist and coordinate with the subcontractors to complete the construction, the pre-functional, and the functional check lists.
  • Schedule and chair pre-commissioning meeting with the owner early in the project. Work with the Architect/Engineer to determine the commissioning goals. Coordinate the commissioning process with the owner’s commissioning agent or third party commissioning agent.

Schedule

  • Support the estimating process confirming unit rate for material, labor and equipment to identify potential cost/scheduling issues as well as constructability issues and constraints as they relate to the MEP scope of a project.
  • Assist in developing and maintaining the master project schedule. Ensure the schedule has ample time for the commissioning process.
  • Work closely with the sub-contractors to meet the overall project schedule. Have an understating of the order of activities as it pertains to construction sequence and have the ability to adjust construction activities as necessary to maintain the project schedule.
  • Schedule due dates for such things as submittals. Monitor status to ensure documentation is submitted according to schedule.
  • As assigned or in conjunction with the Project Manager, meet at regular intervals, or as required, with the owner and architect to review and document project progress.
  • As assigned by the Project Manager, communicate to management progress of the project and status of current owner-architect relationship.
  • Coordinate with the Site Superintendent to develop the 3-week look ahead plan.

Site

  • Understand and coordinate underground and site utilities, such as utility electrical and gases, lighting, main water and waste water service, telephone and internet providers.

Subcontractors and Vendors

  • Perform scope and price reviews to ensure complete coverage of the work. As assigned, perform subcontract and purchase order negotiations and other purchasing activities.
  • Complete knowledge of subcontract documents.
  • Work with subcontractors and vendors to ensure timely and comprehensive owner training.

Accounts Payable

  • Review invoices received from MEP vendors and subcontractors.

Business Development

  • This position will involve working closely with the client, contractor and Architect/Engineer.
  • Proper decorum is essential to fostering a good working relationship and building trust for future projects.
  • Assist Business Development with strategic interview planning or project with substantial MEP scopes or high tech manufacturing facilities.

100% EMPLOYEE OWNED

PC Construction is 100% employee owned providing general contracting, construction management and design-build services for Commercial, Education & Campus, Health Care, Hospitality & Resort, Manufacturing & Industrial, and Water Treatment projects. Steeped in over a half century of experience, PC uses innovative construction methods and problem-solving approaches to respond uniquely and specifically to each customer's needs - from multi-million dollar projects, to projects over $250 million. We hold consistent rankings in ENR as a top contractor, and maintain our corporate office in Vermont, with regional offices in Maine, New Hampshire, New York, North Carolina, and Florida.

PC Construction Company does not discriminate based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, genetic information, family medical history, disability, or other characteristics which are or may be protected by law. We urge qualified minorities and women to apply. An Equal Opportunity Employer

 

Project Manager
Date: Thu, 19 Oct 2017 00:00:00 GMT
Reference No.: 460729
URL: http://recruit.hirebridge.com/v3/Jobs/JobDetails.aspx?jid=460729&cid=5835&locvalue=1062
Application URL: https://recruit.hirebridge.com/v3/application/applink.aspx?cid=5835&jid=460729
Benefits: Full Benefits
Salary: Commensurate With Experience
Department: Buildings and Facilities
Poughkeepsie, New York
Postal Code: 12601
Job Type: Full Time
Category: Professional
Description:

Project Manager sought for our Buildings and Facilities market segment in the Poughkeepsie, New York area. Overall responsibility and management of assigned project(s) ensuring the fulfillment of contractual requirements while meeting the company's safety, budget, and schedule goals and maintaining relationships with the owner, engineer/architect, and other partners.

Qualified applicants should have a four-year degree in engineering or construction management with at least five to ten years experience as a Construction Project Manager on similar projects in our Buildings and Facilities market segment including health care, and college/university projects ranging from $10 million to over $50 million per project. Individuals should be knowledgeable and capable of scheduling, estimating, purchasing/subcontracting, and field and office engineering. Must have the ability to work well with all types of people, have strong leadership skills as well as excellent verbal, written, and computer skills.A list of projects completed should also be included in your application.

Business Development

  • Build, develop, and grow any business relationships vital to the success of the company.
  • Take an active role in obtaining new work.
  • Participate in proposal strategy, preparation, and presentations.
  • Direct preconstruction efforts including scope reviews, price negotiations, value engineering suggestions, etc.

 Procurement

  • Develop a procurement plan, including responsibilities, target dates, and target amounts.
  • Ensure that all capable and qualified subcontractors are invited to bid.
  • Ensure MBE, WBE, SBE, etc. requirements are being met.
  • Perform scope and price reviews to ensure complete coverage of the work.
  • Review subcontractor and vendor quotes regarding scope, pricing, and schedule.
  • Analyze and negotiate subcontracts, purchase orders, change orders, and subcontract/PO change orders.
  • Award and sign subcontracts, purchase orders, and subcontract/PO change orders.

Project Startup

  • Participate in project turnover meetings.

 Personnel

  • Ensure compliance with discrimination, harassment, Equal Employment Opportunity policies.
  • With the Executive, create and execute the management staffing plan for the project.
  • With the Executive, hire, relocate, and terminate project management personnel.
  • Collaborate with other Superintendents and Project Managers to share or transfer personnel between projects.
  • Assign tasks, areas of responsibility, and performance requirements to direct reports.
  • Establish project procedures for communication, decision-making, and issue-resolution.
  • Resolve disputes between coworkers when they impact performance.
  • Provide resources as necessary so that project management personnel can successfully complete their tasks.
  • Mentor and coach direct reports.
  • Conduct Performance Development Meetings with administrative direct reports.
  • Set developmental goals and monitor progress with direct reports.

 Equipment

  • With the Executive, create and execute the equipment usage plan for the project.
  • Collaborate with other Superintendents and Project Managers to share or transfer equipment between projects.

Materials

  • Collaborate with other Superintendents and Project Managers to share or transfer material and supplies between projects.

 Subcontractors and Vendors

  • Prepare subcontracts, purchase orders, change orders, and other commitments in CMiC.
  • Ensure subcontractors and vendors are properly secured according to company policies.

 Owner Contracts

  • Read and review the project's owner's contract.
  • Review design drawings and specifications to identify potential issues.
  • Establish labor and equipment rates for Change Orders.
  • Generate and process RFIs.
  • Negotiate potential changes to the owner's contract.
  • Prepare change orders to the owner's contract in CMiC.
  • Submit change orders to the owner's contract.
  • Manage the relationship with the owner, architect/engineer, construction manager, and other contractual partners.

 Documents

  • Ensure documents such as design drawings, specifications, requests for information, submittals, field changes, change orders, and schedules are up-to-date and available to all necessary parties.
  • Generate and execute a submittal plan, including responsibilities and dates to ensure that the construction activities meet schedule requirements.

 Schedule

  • Sequence the schedule of activities and identify personnel and equipment resources to create the project schedule.
  • Monitor project schedules and take action as needed.
  • Establish and monitor progress milestones, including owner decisions, design information availability, material and subcontract procurement, fabrication lead times, and field installation.
  • Perform project management duties timely so as not to delay field activities.
  • Ensure materials and equipment are delivered in accordance with schedule requirements.
  • Ensure that progress is updated timely and correctly in the project schedule.
  • Identify and mitigate threats to the project’s schedule goals.
  • Make changes to the project schedule's sequence or resource levels to meet milestone dates.
  • Participate in project progress meetings with clients and architects.

Quality

  • Ensure that all work conforms to the plans and specifications.

Project Closeout

  • Create and implement a project close-out plan. 

 Job Budget and Cost

  • Review and finalize initial project budgets.
  • Identify and mitigate threats to the project’s budget goals.
  • Monitor project budgets and take action as needed.
  • Prepare and submit budget changes.
  • Ensure that costs are assigned to the correct job cost structures.
  • Monitor cash flow and take action as needed to ensure a positive cash flow.
  • Complete and present project Estimate To Complete reports.

 Accounts Payable

  • Sign and submit packing slips for deliveries.
  • Review unpaid subcontractor and vendor invoices to ensure payment according to terms.
  • Cost-code subcontractor and vendor invoices.
  • Approve subcontractor and vendor invoices for payment.
  • Ensure subcontractor and vendor invoices are in compliance with project tax requirements.

Accounts Receivable

  • Ensure owner invoices are properly submitted and payment is promptly received.

 Other

  • Maintain the confidentiality of sensitive company information.
  • Report progress on assigned tasks to supervisor.
  • Assist other team members as needed to meet the team's goals.
  • Additional duties as assigned.

100% EMPLOYEE OWNED

PC Construction (formerly Pizzagalli) is 100% employee owned providing general contracting, construction management and design-build services for Commercial, Education & Campus, Health Care, Hospitality & Resort, Manufacturing & Industrial, and Water Treatment projects. Steeped in over a half century of experience, PC uses innovative construction methods and problem-solving approaches to respond uniquely and specifically to each customer's needs - from multi-million dollar projects, to projects over $250 million. We hold consistent rankings in ENR as a top contractor, and maintain our corporate office in Vermont, with regional offices in Maine, New York, North Carolina, Florida, and Georgia.

PC Construction Company does not discriminate based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, genetic information, family medical history, disability, or other characteristics which are or may be protected by law. We urge qualified minorities and women to apply. An Equal Opportunity Employer

Project Manager
Date: Fri, 03 Nov 2017 00:00:00 GMT
Reference No.: 461786
URL: http://recruit.hirebridge.com/v3/Jobs/JobDetails.aspx?jid=461786&cid=5835&locvalue=1031
Application URL: https://recruit.hirebridge.com/v3/application/applink.aspx?cid=5835&jid=461786
Benefits: Full Benefits
Salary: Commensurate With Experience
Department: Water Treatment
Mid-Atlantic United States
Postal Code: 20175
Job Type: Full Time
Category: Professional
Description:

 

Our Project Managers work on exciting and challenging environmental water and wastewater treatment plant projects that make up about half of our market portfolio from $10 million upgrades to water and wastewater projects over $250 million. If you have experience in this industry, please apply!

 

This is an excellent opportunity to work with a phenomenal team. Qualified applicants should have a degree in engineering or Construction Management, along with at least 5 years experience as a construction project manager on water and wastewater projects. Candidates should have a strong civil background and experience in estimating, scheduling, and engineering. Individuals with buildings or architectural elements project experience will also be considered.

Business Development

  • Build, develop, and grow any business relationships vital to the success of the company.
  • Take an active role in obtaining new work.
  • Participate in proposal strategy, preparation, and presentations.
  • Direct preconstruction efforts including scope reviews, price negotiations, value engineering suggestions, etc.

Procurement

  • Develop a procurement plan, including responsibilities, target dates, and target amounts.
  • Ensure that all capable and qualified subcontractors are invited to bid.
  • Ensure MBE, WBE, SBE, etc. requirements are being met.
  • Perform scope and price reviews to ensure complete coverage of the work.
  • Review subcontractor and vendor quotes regarding scope, pricing, and schedule.
  • Analyze and negotiate subcontracts, purchase orders, change orders, and subcontract/PO change orders.
  • Award and sign subcontracts, purchase orders, and subcontract/PO change orders.

Project Startup

  • Participate in project turnover meetings.

Personnel

  • Ensure compliance with discrimination, harassment, Equal Employment Opportunity policies.
  • With the Executive, create and execute the management staffing plan for the project.
  • With the Executive, hire, relocate, and terminate project management personnel.
  • Collaborate with other Superintendents and Project Managers to share or transfer personnel between projects.
  • Assign tasks, areas of responsibility, and performance requirements to direct reports.
  • Establish project procedures for communication, decision-making, and issue-resolution.
  • Resolve disputes between coworkers when they impact performance.
  • Provide resources as necessary so that project management personnel can successfully complete their tasks.
  • Mentor and coach direct reports.
  • Conduct Performance Development Meetings with administrative direct reports.
  • Set developmental goals and monitor progress with direct reports.

Equipment

  • With the Executive, create and execute the equipment usage plan for the project.
  • Collaborate with other Superintendents and Project Managers to share or transfer equipment between projects.

Materials

  • Collaborate with other Superintendents and Project Managers to share or transfer material and supplies between projects.
  • Subcontractors and Vendors
  • Prepare subcontracts, purchase orders, change orders, and other commitments in CMiC.
  • Ensure subcontractors and vendors are properly secured according to company policies.

Owner Contracts

  • Read and review the project's owner's contract.
  • Review design drawings and specifications to identify potential issues.
  • Establish labor and equipment rates for Change Orders.
  • Generate and process RFIs.
  • Negotiate potential changes to the owner's contract.
  • Prepare change orders to the owner's contract in CMiC.
  • Submit change orders to the owner's contract.
  • Manage the relationship with the owner, architect/engineer, construction manager, and other contractual partners.

Documents

  • Ensure documents such as design drawings, specifications, requests for information, submittals, field changes, change orders, and schedules are up-to-date and available to all necessary parties.
  • Generate and execute a submittal plan, including responsibilities and dates to ensure that the construction activities meet schedule requirements.

Schedule

  • Sequence the schedule of activities and identify personnel and equipment resources to create the project schedule.
  • Monitor project schedules and take action as needed.
  • Establish and monitor progress milestones, including owner decisions, design information availability, material and subcontract procurement, fabrication lead times, and field installation.
  • Perform project management duties timely so as not to delay field activities.
  • Ensure materials and equipment are delivered in accordance with schedule requirements.
  • Ensure that progress is updated timely and correctly in the project schedule.
  • Identify and mitigate threats to the project’s schedule goals.
  • Make changes to the project schedule's sequence or resource levels to meet milestone dates.
  • Participate in project progress meetings with clients and architects.

Quality

  • Ensure that all work conforms to the plans and specifications.

Project Closeout

  • Create and implement a project close-out plan.

Job Budget and Cost

  • Review and finalize initial project budgets.
  • Identify and mitigate threats to the project’s budget goals.
  • Monitor project budgets and take action as needed.
  • Prepare and submit budget changes.
  • Ensure that costs are assigned to the correct job cost structures.
  • Monitor cash flow and take action as needed to ensure a positive cash flow.
  • Complete and present project Estimate To Complete reports.

Accounts Payable

  • Sign and submit packing slips for deliveries.
  • Review unpaid subcontractor and vendor invoices to ensure payment according to terms.
  • Cost-code subcontractor and vendor invoices.
  • Approve subcontractor and vendor invoices for payment.
  • Ensure subcontractor and vendor invoices are in compliance with project tax requirements.

Accounts Receivable

  • Ensure owner invoices are properly submitted and payment is promptly received.

100% EMPLOYEE OWNED
 

PC Construction is 100% employee owned providing general contracting, construction management and design-build services for Commercial, Education & Campus, Health Care, Hospitality & Resort, Manufacturing & Industrial, and Water Treatment projects. Steeped in over a half century of experience, PC uses innovative construction methods and problem-solving approaches to respond uniquely and specifically to each customer's needs - from multi-million dollar projects, to projects over $250 million. We hold consistent rankings in ENR as a top contractor, and maintain our corporate office in Vermont, with regional offices in Maine, New Hampshire, New York, North Carolina, and Florida.

PC Construction Company does not discriminate based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, genetic information, family medical history, disability, or other characteristics which are or may be protected by law. We urge qualified minorities and women to apply. An Equal Opportunity Employer

Project Superintendent
Date: Thu, 12 Oct 2017 00:00:00 GMT
Reference No.: 460321
URL: http://recruit.hirebridge.com/v3/Jobs/JobDetails.aspx?jid=460321&cid=5835&locvalue=1078
Application URL: https://recruit.hirebridge.com/v3/application/applink.aspx?cid=5835&jid=460321
Benefits: Full Benefits
Salary: Salary
Department: Buildings and Facilities
Manchester, New Hampshire
Postal Code: 03103
Job Type: Full Time
Category: Professional
Description:

Looking for a long-term career? PC Construction is family, and a company where you will be rewarded for your talents. We are large enough to have expansive and exciting projects to work on while small enough where you won't be just another number. Our superintendents are highly valued and equal to our project managers with a great career path. As a superintendent you will supervise field activities of PC employees and subcontractors to ensure the fulfillment of contractual requirements while meeting the company's safety, budget, and schedule goals.  

  • Attend ZAPP meetings and provide suggestions for improvement as appropriate.
  • Model safe work practices, including wearing of personal protective devices.
  • Ensure all on-site activities are carried out in strict accordance with all safety policies and regulations.
  • Enforce the site-specific safety plan.
  • Monitor subcontractors and enforce compliance with PC safety policies and OSHA and other safety regulations.
  • Correct any safety violations immediately, and report any major or systemic violations to the responsible supervisor.
  • Ensure OSHA inspections are conducted properly and in accordance with company policies.
  • Build, develop, and grow any business relationships vital to the success of the company.
  • Take an active role in obtaining new work.
  • Participate in proposal strategy, preparation, and presentations.
  • Direct preconstruction efforts including scope reviews, price negotiations, value engineering suggestions, etc.
  • Perform scope and price reviews to ensure complete coverage of the work.
  • Negotiate prices on rented equipment.
  • Participate in project turnover meetings.
  • Ensure compliance with discrimination, harassment, Equal Employment Opportunity policies.
  • Hire, supervise, and terminate field personnel.
  • Collaborate with other Superintendents and Project Managers to share or transfer personnel between projects.
  • Assign tasks, areas of responsibility, and performance requirements to direct reports.
  • Assign tasks and areas of responsibility to project supervision personnel.
  • Establish project procedures for communication, decision-making, and issue-resolution.
  • Promote communication and teamwork between craft personnel.
  • Resolve disputes between coworkers when they impact performance.
  • Review labor cost reports and take corrective action as required.
  • Mentor and coach direct reports.
  • Conduct Performance Development Meetings with administrative direct reports.
  • Set developmental goals and monitor progress with direct reports.
  • With the Executive, create and execute the equipment usage plan for the project.
  • Collaborate with other Superintendents and Project Managers to share or transfer equipment between projects.
  • Coordinate equipment use with subcontractors and PC crews.
  • Receive construction support equipment, checking condition and quantity.
  • Ensure that on-site construction equipment is maintained.
  • Review equipment cost reports and take corrective action as required.
  • Receive materials, checking condition and quantity.
  • Receive and store delivered materials and equipment.
  • Collaborate with other Superintendents and Project Managers to share or transfer material and supplies between projects.
  • Plan and conduct preconstruction meetings with subcontractors.
  • Coordinate subcontractors' work on site.
  • Plan and conduct subcontractor coordination meetings.
  • Ensure all required compliance documentation from Subcontractors or Vendors, such as a signed subcontract, safety agreement, bonds, insurance certificates, lien waivers, etc., is on file prior to the start of field activities.
  • Provide subcontractors access to their work areas.
  • Ensure that subcontractors meet schedule goals.
  • Read and review the project's owner's contract.
  • Review design drawings and specifications to identify potential issues.
  • Assess and report field conditions that may lead to a change in the scope of any of the project's owner's contract.
  • Document any units needed to process a T&M ticket, unit price work, or potential contract change.
  • Sequence the schedule of activities and identify personnel and equipment resources to create the project Schedule.
  • Monitor project schedules and take action as needed.
  • Establish and monitor progress milestones, including owner decisions, design information availability, material and subcontract procurement, fabrication lead times, and field installation.
  • Assess and report actual progress of scheduled activities.
  • Ensure that progress is updated timely and correctly in the project schedule.
  • Create and manage a short-term lookahead schedule.
  • Identify and mitigate threats to the project’s schedule goals.
  • Make changes to the project schedule's sequence or resource levels to meet milestone dates.
  • Participate in project progress meetings with clients and architects.
  • Ensure that a qualified company representative is on-site during any work activity.
  • Create and file daily project daily reports.
  • Create a site logistics plan, including working hours, protection of existing facilities, temporary facilities, material delivery, material storage, vehicle access, clean-up and maintenance, stormwater pollution prevention, dust and noise control, and parking.
  • Execute a site logistics plan, including working hours, protection of existing facilities, temporary facilities, material delivery, material storage, vehicle access, clean-up and maintenance, stormwater pollution prevention, dust and noise control, and parking.
  • Maintain neat, orderly work areas that are secure from unlawful intrusions and that protect the public.
  • Coordinate construction activities, shutdowns, testing, and inspections with the architect or engineer.
  • Prioritize and schedule Field Engineering activities.
  • Ensure that all work conforms to the plans and specifications.
  • Ensure work is in compliance with building codes, permits, local ordinances, and other regulatory requirements.
  • Inspect work for compliance to the plans and specifications, RFIs, approved submittals, and all other revisions.
  • Manage punchlist completion.
  • Create and implement a project close-out plan.
  • Monitor project budgets and take action as needed.
  • Ensure that costs are assigned to the correct job cost structures.
  • Track units completed.
  • Sign and submit packing slips for deliveries.
  • Review unpaid subcontractor and vendor invoices to ensure payment according to terms.
  • Cost-code subcontractor and vendor invoices.

100% EMPLOYEE OWNED

PC Construction is 100% employee owned providing general contracting, construction management and design-build services for Commercial, Education & Campus, Health Care, Hospitality & Resort, Manufacturing & Industrial, and Water Treatment projects. Steeped in over a half century of experience, PC uses innovative construction methods and problem-solving approaches to respond uniquely and specifically to each customer's needs - from multi-million dollar projects, to projects over $250 million. We hold consistent rankings in ENR as a top contractor, and maintain our corporate office in Vermont, with regional offices in Maine, New Hampshire, New York, North Carolina, Florida, and Georgia.

PC Construction Company does not discriminate based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, genetic information, family medical history, disability, or other characteristics which are or may be protected by law. We urge qualified minorities and women to apply. An Equal Opportunity Employer

Project Superintendent
Date: Thu, 19 Oct 2017 00:00:00 GMT
Reference No.: 460732
URL: http://recruit.hirebridge.com/v3/Jobs/JobDetails.aspx?jid=460732&cid=5835&locvalue=1062
Application URL: https://recruit.hirebridge.com/v3/application/applink.aspx?cid=5835&jid=460732
Benefits: Full Benefits
Salary: Salary
Department: Buildings and Facilities
Poughkeepsie, New York
Postal Code: 12601
Job Type: Full Time
Category: Professional
Description:

Looking for a long-term career? PC Construction is family, and a company where you will be rewarded for your talents. We are large enough to have expansive and exciting projects to work on while small enough where you won't be just another number. Our superintendents are highly valued and equal to our project managers with a great career path. As a superintendent you will supervise field activities of PC employees and subcontractors to ensure the fulfillment of contractual requirements while meeting the company's safety, budget, and schedule goals.  

  • Attend ZAPP meetings and provide suggestions for improvement as appropriate.
  • Model safe work practices, including wearing of personal protective devices.
  • Ensure all on-site activities are carried out in strict accordance with all safety policies and regulations.
  • Enforce the site-specific safety plan.
  • Monitor subcontractors and enforce compliance with PC safety policies and OSHA and other safety regulations.
  • Correct any safety violations immediately, and report any major or systemic violations to the responsible supervisor.
  • Ensure OSHA inspections are conducted properly and in accordance with company policies.
  • Build, develop, and grow any business relationships vital to the success of the company.
  • Take an active role in obtaining new work.
  • Participate in proposal strategy, preparation, and presentations.
  • Direct preconstruction efforts including scope reviews, price negotiations, value engineering suggestions, etc.
  • Perform scope and price reviews to ensure complete coverage of the work.
  • Negotiate prices on rented equipment.
  • Participate in project turnover meetings.
  • Ensure compliance with discrimination, harassment, Equal Employment Opportunity policies.
  • Hire, supervise, and terminate field personnel.
  • Collaborate with other Superintendents and Project Managers to share or transfer personnel between projects.
  • Assign tasks, areas of responsibility, and performance requirements to direct reports.
  • Assign tasks and areas of responsibility to project supervision personnel.
  • Establish project procedures for communication, decision-making, and issue-resolution.
  • Promote communication and teamwork between craft personnel.
  • Resolve disputes between coworkers when they impact performance.
  • Review labor cost reports and take corrective action as required.
  • Mentor and coach direct reports.
  • Conduct Performance Development Meetings with administrative direct reports.
  • Set developmental goals and monitor progress with direct reports.
  • With the Executive, create and execute the equipment usage plan for the project.
  • Collaborate with other Superintendents and Project Managers to share or transfer equipment between projects.
  • Coordinate equipment use with subcontractors and PC crews.
  • Receive construction support equipment, checking condition and quantity.
  • Ensure that on-site construction equipment is maintained.
  • Review equipment cost reports and take corrective action as required.
  • Receive materials, checking condition and quantity.
  • Receive and store delivered materials and equipment.
  • Collaborate with other Superintendents and Project Managers to share or transfer material and supplies between projects.
  • Plan and conduct preconstruction meetings with subcontractors.
  • Coordinate subcontractors' work on site.
  • Plan and conduct subcontractor coordination meetings.
  • Ensure all required compliance documentation from Subcontractors or Vendors, such as a signed subcontract, safety agreement, bonds, insurance certificates, lien waivers, etc., is on file prior to the start of field activities.
  • Provide subcontractors access to their work areas.
  • Ensure that subcontractors meet schedule goals.
  • Read and review the project's owner's contract.
  • Review design drawings and specifications to identify potential issues.
  • Assess and report field conditions that may lead to a change in the scope of any of the project's owner's contract.
  • Document any units needed to process a T&M ticket, unit price work, or potential contract change.
  • Sequence the schedule of activities and identify personnel and equipment resources to create the project Schedule.
  • Monitor project schedules and take action as needed.
  • Establish and monitor progress milestones, including owner decisions, design information availability, material and subcontract procurement, fabrication lead times, and field installation.
  • Assess and report actual progress of scheduled activities.
  • Ensure that progress is updated timely and correctly in the project schedule.
  • Create and manage a short-term lookahead schedule.
  • Identify and mitigate threats to the project’s schedule goals.
  • Make changes to the project schedule's sequence or resource levels to meet milestone dates.
  • Participate in project progress meetings with clients and architects.
  • Ensure that a qualified company representative is on-site during any work activity.
  • Create and file daily project daily reports.
  • Create a site logistics plan, including working hours, protection of existing facilities, temporary facilities, material delivery, material storage, vehicle access, clean-up and maintenance, stormwater pollution prevention, dust and noise control, and parking.
  • Execute a site logistics plan, including working hours, protection of existing facilities, temporary facilities, material delivery, material storage, vehicle access, clean-up and maintenance, stormwater pollution prevention, dust and noise control, and parking.
  • Maintain neat, orderly work areas that are secure from unlawful intrusions and that protect the public.
  • Coordinate construction activities, shutdowns, testing, and inspections with the architect or engineer.
  • Prioritize and schedule Field Engineering activities.
  • Ensure that all work conforms to the plans and specifications.
  • Ensure work is in compliance with building codes, permits, local ordinances, and other regulatory requirements.
  • Inspect work for compliance to the plans and specifications, RFIs, approved submittals, and all other revisions.
  • Manage punchlist completion.
  • Create and implement a project close-out plan.
  • Monitor project budgets and take action as needed.
  • Ensure that costs are assigned to the correct job cost structures.
  • Track units completed.
  • Sign and submit packing slips for deliveries.
  • Review unpaid subcontractor and vendor invoices to ensure payment according to terms.
  • Cost-code subcontractor and vendor invoices.

100% EMPLOYEE OWNED

PC Construction (formerly Pizzagalli) is 100% employee owned providing general contracting, construction management and design-build services for Commercial, Education & Campus, Health Care, Hospitality & Resort, Manufacturing & Industrial, and Water Treatment projects. Steeped in over a half century of experience, PC uses innovative construction methods and problem-solving approaches to respond uniquely and specifically to each customer's needs - from multi-million dollar projects, to projects over $250 million. We hold consistent rankings in ENR as a top contractor, and maintain our corporate office in Vermont, with regional offices in Maine, New York, North Carolina, Florida, and Georgia.

PC Construction Company does not discriminate based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, genetic information, family medical history, disability, or other characteristics which are or may be protected by law. We urge qualified minorities and women to apply. An Equal Opportunity Employer

Project Superintendent
Date: Fri, 03 Nov 2017 00:00:00 GMT
Reference No.: 461821
URL: http://recruit.hirebridge.com/v3/Jobs/JobDetails.aspx?jid=461821&cid=5835&locvalue=1022
Application URL: https://recruit.hirebridge.com/v3/application/applink.aspx?cid=5835&jid=461821
Benefits: Full Benefits
Salary: Salary
Department: Buildings and Facilities
Portland, Maine
Postal Code: 04103
Job Type: Full Time
Category: Professional
Description:

Looking for a long-term career? PC Construction is family, and a company where you will be rewarded for your talents. We are large enough to have expansive and exciting projects to work on while small enough where you won't be just another number. Our superintendents are highly valued and equal to our project managers with a great career path. As a superintendent you will supervise field activities of PC employees and subcontractors to ensure the fulfillment of contractual requirements while meeting the company's safety, budget, and schedule goals. Projects are located in the Portland area in addition to Northern Maine, and Southern New Hampshire areas.

  • Attend ZAPP meetings and provide suggestions for improvement as appropriate.
  • Model safe work practices, including wearing of personal protective devices.
  • Ensure all on-site activities are carried out in strict accordance with all safety policies and regulations.
  • Enforce the site-specific safety plan.
  • Monitor subcontractors and enforce compliance with PC safety policies and OSHA and other safety regulations.
  • Correct any safety violations immediately, and report any major or systemic violations to the responsible supervisor.
  • Ensure OSHA inspections are conducted properly and in accordance with company policies.
  • Build, develop, and grow any business relationships vital to the success of the company.
  • Take an active role in obtaining new work.
  • Participate in proposal strategy, preparation, and presentations.
  • Direct preconstruction efforts including scope reviews, price negotiations, value engineering suggestions, etc.
  • Perform scope and price reviews to ensure complete coverage of the work.
  • Negotiate prices on rented equipment.
  • Participate in project turnover meetings.
  • Ensure compliance with discrimination, harassment, Equal Employment Opportunity policies.
  • Hire, supervise, and terminate field personnel.
  • Collaborate with other Superintendents and Project Managers to share or transfer personnel between projects.
  • Assign tasks, areas of responsibility, and performance requirements to direct reports.
  • Assign tasks and areas of responsibility to project supervision personnel.
  • Establish project procedures for communication, decision-making, and issue-resolution.
  • Promote communication and teamwork between craft personnel.
  • Resolve disputes between coworkers when they impact performance.
  • Review labor cost reports and take corrective action as required.
  • Mentor and coach direct reports.
  • Conduct Performance Development Meetings with administrative direct reports.
  • Set developmental goals and monitor progress with direct reports.
  • With the Executive, create and execute the equipment usage plan for the project.
  • Collaborate with other Superintendents and Project Managers to share or transfer equipment between projects.
  • Coordinate equipment use with subcontractors and PC crews.
  • Receive construction support equipment, checking condition and quantity.
  • Ensure that on-site construction equipment is maintained.
  • Review equipment cost reports and take corrective action as required.
  • Receive materials, checking condition and quantity.
  • Receive and store delivered materials and equipment.
  • Collaborate with other Superintendents and Project Managers to share or transfer material and supplies between projects.
  • Plan and conduct preconstruction meetings with subcontractors.
  • Coordinate subcontractors' work on site.
  • Plan and conduct subcontractor coordination meetings.
  • Ensure all required compliance documentation from Subcontractors or Vendors, such as a signed subcontract, safety agreement, bonds, insurance certificates, lien waivers, etc., is on file prior to the start of field activities.
  • Provide subcontractors access to their work areas.
  • Ensure that subcontractors meet schedule goals.
  • Read and review the project's owner's contract.
  • Review design drawings and specifications to identify potential issues.
  • Assess and report field conditions that may lead to a change in the scope of any of the project's owner's contract.
  • Document any units needed to process a T&M ticket, unit price work, or potential contract change.
  • Sequence the schedule of activities and identify personnel and equipment resources to create the project Schedule.
  • Monitor project schedules and take action as needed.
  • Establish and monitor progress milestones, including owner decisions, design information availability, material and subcontract procurement, fabrication lead times, and field installation.
  • Assess and report actual progress of scheduled activities.
  • Ensure that progress is updated timely and correctly in the project schedule.
  • Create and manage a short-term lookahead schedule.
  • Identify and mitigate threats to the project’s schedule goals.
  • Make changes to the project schedule's sequence or resource levels to meet milestone dates.
  • Participate in project progress meetings with clients and architects.
  • Ensure that a qualified company representative is on-site during any work activity.
  • Create and file daily project daily reports.
  • Create a site logistics plan, including working hours, protection of existing facilities, temporary facilities, material delivery, material storage, vehicle access, clean-up and maintenance, stormwater pollution prevention, dust and noise control, and parking.
  • Execute a site logistics plan, including working hours, protection of existing facilities, temporary facilities, material delivery, material storage, vehicle access, clean-up and maintenance, stormwater pollution prevention, dust and noise control, and parking.
  • Maintain neat, orderly work areas that are secure from unlawful intrusions and that protect the public.
  • Coordinate construction activities, shutdowns, testing, and inspections with the architect or engineer.
  • Prioritize and schedule Field Engineering activities.
  • Ensure that all work conforms to the plans and specifications.
  • Ensure work is in compliance with building codes, permits, local ordinances, and other regulatory requirements.
  • Inspect work for compliance to the plans and specifications, RFIs, approved submittals, and all other revisions.
  • Manage punchlist completion.
  • Create and implement a project close-out plan.
  • Monitor project budgets and take action as needed.
  • Ensure that costs are assigned to the correct job cost structures.
  • Track units completed.
  • Sign and submit packing slips for deliveries.
  • Review unpaid subcontractor and vendor invoices to ensure payment according to terms.
  • Cost-code subcontractor and vendor invoices.

100% EMPLOYEE OWNED

PC Construction is 100% employee owned providing general contracting, construction management and design-build services for Commercial, Education & Campus, Health Care, Hospitality & Resort, Manufacturing & Industrial, and Water Treatment projects. Steeped in over a half century of experience, PC uses innovative construction methods and problem-solving approaches to respond uniquely and specifically to each customer's needs - from multi-million dollar projects, to projects over $250 million. We hold consistent rankings in ENR as a top contractor, and maintain our corporate office in Vermont, with regional offices in Maine, New Hampshire, New York, North Carolina, Florida, and Georgia.

PC Construction Company does not discriminate based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, genetic information, family medical history, disability, or other characteristics which are or may be protected by law. We urge qualified minorities and women to apply. An Equal Opportunity Employer

Quality Control Representative
Date: Tue, 12 Sep 2017 00:00:00 GMT
Reference No.: 457867
URL: http://recruit.hirebridge.com/v3/Jobs/JobDetails.aspx?jid=457867&cid=5835&locvalue=1074
Application URL: https://recruit.hirebridge.com/v3/application/applink.aspx?cid=5835&jid=457867
Benefits: Full Benefits
Salary: Commensurate With Experience
Department: Water Treatment
Loxahatchee, Florida
Postal Code: 33470
Job Type: Full Time
Category: Professional
Description:

The individual in this position is responsible for making field inspections and assuring that field work conforms to specifications, and performed to PC Construction standards. A combination of related experience and education in a construction-related major is preferred. Water and wastewater experience, as well as English/Spanish bilingual skills are preferred.

Related experience and/or training is preferred; related experience/training could include engineering registration, contractor's license, certification as an engineering technician, or ACI Concrete Technician certification and/or ICC/ICBO Certification as Specialty Inspector is preferred. Strong working knowledge of general civil and treatment facility construction experience is preferred, ability to resolve issues in a timely and productive manner is required. Knowledge of Windows based computer applications, including Microsoft Outlook, Word, and Excel is required, ability to adapt to new software applications is preferred, and organizational skills, and written and verbal communication skills are required.

Quality

  • Proactively work with crews and subcontractors to insure contract requirements are adhered to.
  • If contract requirements are not in place, authorized to stop work to determine resolution.
  • Inspect work for compliance to the plans and specifications, RFIs, approved submittals, and all other revisions. If out of compliance, authorized to stop work to determine resolution.
  • Manage subcontractors in reference to ensuring proper inspections and quality control.
  • Help obtain required local permits, as necessary.
  • Coordinate job site inspections and applicable permits by required agencies.
  • Manage the on-site testing process, such as soil testing, concrete placement, hydrostatic tests, and Non Destructive Examination (NDE) testing. Verify tests are properly documented to ensure that work is performed correctly.
  • Conduct field inspections, acceptance, and/or rejection of work performed by a particular discipline in compliance with applicable Codes and/or specifications. If not acceptable, has authority to stop work.
  • Verify material deliveries for compliance to contract requirements and submittal data.
  • Prepare a written daily report noting observations, inspections and tests performed, and identify current or anticipated problems. Prepare photographic documentation as required.
  • Coordinate and communicate with the owner’s Quality Assurance staff or such other personnel, as may be required.
  • Work to resolve quality control issues with the workers or foreman involved prior to elevating the issue.
  • Assist in the coordination of punchlist inspections and completion.
  • Perform system verification on completed systems to assure correct installation per design specifications.
  • Facilitate meetings to prepare subcontractors for their work onsite.

Documents

  • Maintain and update project design drawings and working drawings.
  • Ensure documents such as design drawings, specifications, requests for information, submittals, field changes, change orders, and schedules are up-to-date and available to all necessary parties.
  • Update and distribute documents such as design drawings, specifications, RFIs, submittals, potential change items, change orders, schedules, etc.
  • Update and distribute document logs for design drawings, specifications, RFIs, submittals, potential change items, change orders, punch lists, etc.
  • Ensure all trades and subcontractors are using the most recently issued set of design drawings and specifications.
  • Collect and maintain project record as-built drawings. 

Materials

  • Receive materials, checking condition and quantity.

Safety and Health

  • Enforce the site-specific safety plan.
  • Monitor subcontractors and enforce compliance with PC safety policies, OSHA and other safety
  • regulations.

 

100% EMPLOYEE OWNED

PC Construction is 100% employee owned providing general contracting, construction management and design-build services for Commercial, Education & Campus, Health Care, Hospitality & Resort, Manufacturing & Industrial, and Water Treatment projects. Steeped in over a half century of experience, PC uses innovative construction methods and problem-solving approaches to respond uniquely and specifically to each customer's needs - from multi-million dollar projects, to projects over $250 million. We hold consistent rankings in ENR as a top contractor, and maintain our corporate office in Vermont, with regional offices in Maine, New Hampshire, New York, North Carolina, and Florida.

PC Construction Company does not discriminate based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, genetic information, family medical history, disability, or other characteristics which are or may be protected by law. We urge qualified minorities and women to apply. An Equal Opportunity Employer

Safety Specialist
Date: Mon, 28 Aug 2017 00:00:00 GMT
Reference No.: 456974
URL: http://recruit.hirebridge.com/v3/Jobs/JobDetails.aspx?jid=456974&cid=5835&locvalue=1038
Application URL: https://recruit.hirebridge.com/v3/application/applink.aspx?cid=5835&jid=456974
Benefits: Full Benefits
Salary: Salary
Department: Risk Management/Safety
Burlington, Vermont
Postal Code: 05401
Job Type: Full Time
Category: Professional
Description:

The individual in this position is responsible for implementing and maintaining PC's “Zero Accidents—No Excuses” philosophy. This person will work hand-in-hand with the project leadership to create a safe working environment for our employees. The Safety Specialist will be instrumental in training our employees in safety-related issues and techniques.

Qualified applicants should have a four year degree in a safety related program, or a high school diploma with more than one year experience in a safety role on construction building projects. OSHA 10-Hour, First-Aid, and CPR are preferred. Excellent communication skills and the ability to instruct and train are essential. CHST designation a plus. Travel to various project sites within Vermont, New Hampshire, and New York required on a regular basis.

Safety and Health

  • Create, administer, and update the site-specific safety program. Submit for approval to Sr. Safety Specialist or RSM, prior to submission to the owner/owner rep.
  • Assist project teams in the preparation of site-specific safety programs.
  • Communicate all Company safety initiatives to ensure the highest level of awareness.
  • Assist project teams in planning safety into upcoming activities.
  • Ensure there are competent people on site as required for existing and upcoming site conditions.
  • Regularly visit all projects in the area of responsibility.
  • Attend ZAPP meetings, at least 3 times per week, and provide suggestions for improvement as appropriate.
  • Conduct weekly safety meetings.
  • Conduct subcontractor safety preconstruction meetings.
  • Model safe work practices, including wearing of personal protective devices.
  • Correct any safety violations immediately, and report any major or systemic violations to the responsible site supervisor.
  • Enforce the site-specific safety plan.
  • Observe work habits of employees and subcontractors and provide on-the-spot training to correct unsafe work habits. Give feedback to project supervisors and RSM.
  • Enforce compliance with PC’s safety policies, OSHA, and other safety regulations with both PC employees and subcontractors.
  • Conduct subcontractor safety preconstruction meetings.
  • Ensure the Company’s safety policies and procedures are being applied consistently across all projects under responsibility.
  • Conduct job site inspections and prepare reports to supervisors and subcontractors.
  • Investigate unsafe acts and enforce disciplinary procedures as determined by the Safety Review Committee.
  • Investigate accidents, prepare reports for review by RSM. Distribute reports to appropriate recipients.
  • Conduct drug testing.
  • Administer first aid as needed.
  • Ensure OSHA inspections are conducted properly and in accordance with company policies.
  • Generate Safety Audit reports and evaluations for distribution to project teams and project executives.
  • Conduct safety record audits.
  • Conduct required project safety training.
  • Identify project training needs and deliver safety training.
  • Administer Job Site Specific Safety Incentive Award Program.

Business Development

  • Build, develop, and grow any business relationships vital to the success of the company.

Personnel

  • Ensure compliance with discrimination, harassment, Equal Employment Opportunity policies.
  • Conduct New Employee Safety Orientation.
  • If a Senior Safety Specialist is not on site: Supervise the Safety Representative.
  • Conduct training for PC Employees on policies, procedures, means, and methods within your area of expertise. 

100% EMPLOYEE OWNED

PC Construction is 100% employee owned providing general contracting, construction management and design-build services for Commercial, Education & Campus, Health Care, Hospitality & Resort, Manufacturing & Industrial, and Water Treatment projects. Steeped in over a half century of experience, PC uses innovative construction methods and problem-solving approaches to respond uniquely and specifically to each customer's needs - from multi-million dollar projects, to projects over $250 million. We hold consistent rankings in ENR as a top contractor, and maintain our corporate office in Vermont, with regional offices in Maine, New Hampshire, New York, North Carolina, and Florida.

PC Construction Company does not discriminate based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, genetic information, family medical history, disability, or other characteristics which are or may be protected by law. We urge qualified minorities and women to apply. An Equal Opportunity Employer

 

 

Senior Scheduler
Date: Fri, 23 Jun 2017 00:00:00 GMT
Reference No.: 451629
URL: http://recruit.hirebridge.com/v3/Jobs/JobDetails.aspx?jid=451629&cid=5835&locvalue=1029
Application URL: https://recruit.hirebridge.com/v3/application/applink.aspx?cid=5835&jid=451629
Benefits: Full Benefits
Salary: Commensurate With Experience
Department: Operations Support
South Burlington, Vermont
Postal Code: 05403
Job Type: Full Time
Category: Professional
Description:

Fantastic opportunity for a seasoned scheduler - if you are looking to work with a fun team and have a passion for scheduling, this is the opportunity for you.

The individual in this position will work with project management teams to help develop, implement, and maintain the overall project schedules. The individual in this position will have full responsibility for managing the scheduling process with multiple projects and may have regional oversight for scheduling. Generally, a four-year degree in engineering or construction management, five years related experience, a strong understanding of the types of construction projects the Company performs, including water and wastewater treatment plants, manufacturing facilities, and commercial buildings, a high level proficiency in Primavera scheduling software, the ability to prioritize and coordinate multiple assignments and tasks for one or more projects, and possess good verbal and written communication skills. PMI Certification preferred.

Schedule

  • Provide a final review of schedules for estimating as requested.
  • Work closely with Business Development to support their needs for project schedules submitted with the proposals.
  • Work closely with Operations to create or help create, update, and maintain project schedules for construction management projects as the design progresses.  Perform final review, including formal baseline review, when schedule prepped by Scheduler or Scheduling Technician.
  • Produce network logic diagrams, bar charts, and schedule reports for all project schedules, as required, to support the project management teams, Estimating, and Business Development.
  • Resource and cost-load the project schedule based on project requirements or review if done by the scheduler.
  • Perform all work required to ensure project schedules are complete and acceptable to the project management team and the appropriate Construction Executive.
  • Identify and mitigate threats to the project’s schedule goals.
  • Proactively analyze project schedules including comparing cumulative cost/resource curves to actuals, tracking float consumption, change order impact analysis, etc.
  • Analyze resource loading and adjust the schedule as appropriate.
  • Modify the schedule as required to reflect changes to the owner's contract.
  • Make changes to the project schedule's sequence or resource levels to meet milestone dates.
  • Prepare and distribute schedule reports including required narratives.
  • Participate in project progress meetings with clients and architects.
  • Prepare ETC schedule data and review.
  • Participate in the scheduling portion of Project Reviews, as required.
  • Work with the Scheduling Department team to continually improve the company’s scheduling methodology and effectiveness.

Job Budget and Cost

  • Assist the Project Manager with the preparation of estimates-to-complete and cash flow projections for cost-loaded schedules.

Accounts Receivable

  • Develop the schedule of values with the guidance of the Project Manager and estimators for cost-loaded schedules.
  • Dollar load schedules as required, ensuring that the dollar loaded schedule results in a positive cash flow for the project.
  • Prepare monthly pay applications for projects with cost loaded-schedules.

 

 

100% EMPLOYEE OWNED

PC Construction is 100% employee owned providing general contracting, construction management and design-build services for Commercial, Education & Campus, Health Care, Hospitality & Resort, Manufacturing & Industrial, and Water Treatment projects. Steeped in over a half century of experience, PC uses innovative construction methods and problem-solving approaches to respond uniquely and specifically to each customer's needs - from multi-million dollar projects, to projects over $250 million. We hold consistent rankings in ENR as a top contractor, and maintain our corporate office in Vermont, with regional offices in Maine, New Hampshire, New York, North Carolina, and Florida.

PC Construction Company does not discriminate based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, genetic information, family medical history, disability, or other characteristics which are or may be protected by law. We urge qualified minorities and women to apply. An Equal Opportunity Employer

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