Project Manager with Multi-Family experience needed in San Francisco, CA

Posting ID:
10626
Industry: 
Construction
The Project Manager (PM) will lead the completion of small to mid-sized new construction or renovation multifamily housing projects in the San Francisco Bay Area or support the team on large projects. PM will lead entitlement, preconstruction and construction in all aspects of design management, standards development, budgeting, cost review, change management, project schedule management, quality control and project reporting. Position based in the San Francisco main office with onsite visits or based onsite when the project requires it. RESPONSIBILITIES/ESSENTIAL JOB DUTIES: Develop and outline project goals. Issue RFPs, evaluate proposals and make recommendation for selection of project team. Manage contractors, designers and consultants to achieve project goals. Lead project entitlement and permitting processes. Oversee construction project to ensure budget, quality, schedule, and risk management requirements are met. Initiate field directives, evaluate change orders and regularly report on project costs and progress. Review contracts, change order requests, track payments, inspect work progress onsite, and ensure design and construction quality control. Coordinate and communicate with major stake holders for smooth operations and provide least amount of disruption to residents, neighbors, and Property Operations. Review and validate contractor project schedules through site visits. Review conformity to plans and specs and quality of built components. Facilitate problem solving with appropriate parties. Collect all vendor invoices and validate pay applications for inclusion into monthly draw requests. Develop and update Owner schedules. Provide quantitative and qualitative analyses of design decisions, including performing quantity take-offs and researching alternative solutions. Update project management software database, record budgets, cash projections and schedules. Coordinate, participate and document design and construction meetings, including preparing agendas, and taking and distributing meeting minutes. Lead scheduling meetings with municipalities, neighborhood groups, contractors, subcontractors, design teams, and public hearings. Manage compliance with approved project documents including, but not limited to: Development Agreements, CEQA Studies, Environmental Impact Reports (EIR) and Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Programs (MMRP). Resolve issues in a timely and efficient manner. Develop and deliver progress reports, proposals, requirements documentation, and presentations to various audiences, including project team, business partners, City agencies, residents, community groups, and key stakeholders throughout the entitlement and construction process. Provide regular and accurate project financial updates and projections. Participate in the identification and feasibility analysis of real estate acquisitions or development sites. Assist in drafting and negotiating contracts as required. Coordinate and collaborate with internal teams such as operations, marketing, accounting, IT, and investment as required. Manage, lead, and mentor direct reports and other junior members of the team. Execute on other tasks or goals as assigned. REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: Demonstrated strong organizational and problem-solving skills. Strong written and oral communication skills. Conflict resolution skills. Ability to meet project goals, schedule and budget. Proven leadership skills. Ability to lead the Design Team from concept design through completion of construction documents, meeting objective goals and aesthetical requirements. Understand nuances of different contract forms, especially AIA contracts, and administer them successfully. Demonstrates proficient business acumen, negotiation skills, and resourcefulness. Demonstrates a good understanding of vertical and horizontal infrastructure design, industry trends, planning and entitlements, and marketing issues. Knowledge of building systems, construction processes and pricing. Proficiency in reading construction plans and specifications, and ability to assess constructability or challenges. Ability to manage multiple simultaneous projects with a self-starting personality that can work well with limited oversight and direction. Self-starter who works well with limited direction. Suitability to an entrepreneurial culture that places a premium on performance. Proficiency in Microsoft Office, Bluebeam and industry standard scheduling software (i.e. Primavera, MS Project, etc.). EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE: Bachelor's degree in Building Construction Management, Engineering, Real Estate, Architecture, or relevant training is required; Master’s Degree preferred. 5 – 10+ years of directly relevant work experience in construction, and delivery and overall project management of multifamily residential and commercial developments and renovations through completion in the Bay Area or other major metropolitan areas. Demonstrated record of successful project management in complex situations.