The Assistant Project Manager will provide support to Project Manager(s) in preparing Project Management Plans, executing front line management of construction contracts, monitoring reporting systems and ensuring prompt payments to contractors. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following: 1. Assist in management of contracts through all project phases â€“ design, procurement, construction, and closeout. 2. Monitor job phases to ensure compliance with timeliness and all contract deliverables. 3. Assist Project Manager with submissions, sub-contractor approval process, payments, RFIs, schedules; identify front loading of schedules and schedule of values. 4. Maintain comprehensive project history files per HUD requirements and assists in audit of contracts by HUD or other stakeholders. 5. Coordinate meetings with external stakeholders. 6. Coordinate project schedules with team. 7. Prepare project correspondence and reports; respond to inquiries. 8. Review final design documents and submit documents to Cost Estimating Unit. 9. Prepare request for bid package. 10. Attend bid openings and advise Project Manager on responsiveness of bidders; assist in bid comparison, recommendation to award process and review of Board Resolutions. 11. Debrief project team prior to contract award. 12. Visit field sites to assist in resolving design and/or construction issues as required. 13. Obtain all required external approvals, i.e. Certificate to Proceed, to ensure proper funding is in place; follow up on funding approvals, State and/or City funded projects. 14. Coordinate with Property Management, Violations Unit and other external stakeholders as needed. NOTE: Employees serving in the title of or who meet the qualification requirements for Construction Project Manager will be considered.
$62,942.00 - $92,249.00
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