Company: Hensel Phelps
Posted on: January 25, 2023
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- Salary Range: $94,050.00 - $103,950.00
- Anticipated Cost of Living Adjustment: $34,800.00 (COLA)
- Total Compensation Range: $128,850.00 - $138,750.00 (Salary +
COLA) About Hensel Phelps: Founded in 1937, Hensel Phelps
specializes in building development, construction and facility
services in markets ranging from aviation to government,
commercial, transportation, critical facilities, healthcare and
transportation. Ranked #1 in aviation and #12 overall general
contractor in 2021 by ENR, Hensel Phelps is one of the largest
employee-owned general contractors in the country. Driven to
deliver EXCELLENCE in all we do and supported by our core values of
Ownership, Integrity, Builder, Diversity and Community-Hensel
Phelps brings our clients' visions to life with a comprehensive
approach that begins with innovative planning and extends
throughout the life of the property. Position Description:
- The project manager (PM) is the Company's "management
representative" and is responsible for the safe completion of
his/her projects within budget, on schedule, to the company's
quality standards, and to the customer's satisfaction. It is his or
her responsibility to initiate required action to achieve these
objectives and to ensure all project activities are consistent with
contract documents and the Company's policies. The PM's duties will
vary as required to support the project team. -
- The PM and superintendent will work as a complementary team
where the sum of their efforts is greater than their individual
efforts. The PM's first responsibility is to support the
effectiveness of the superintendent and the project staff.
Generally, the PM will concentrate on long-term planning,
scheduling, and the identification and resolution of possible
"roadblocks" and "pitfalls" which could have an impact on the
project. The PM is also responsible for ensuring that all
logistical support is completed in a timely manner so that the
superintendent can concentrate on the daily and weekly direction of
the Company's resources and coordination of subcontractors.
- Bachelor of Science in Construction Management, Engineering, or
similar field with a minimum of five to ten years commercial
design-build project management or construction management
- Must have a valid Driver's License. -
- Solid problem-solving skills.
- Exhibits consistent and competent judgement.
- Ability to work independently and with other team members.
- Excellent communication skills (verbal and written).
- High attention to detail while working under deadlines and
managing multiple priorities.
- Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office skills, Primavera
P6 or Asta, Prolog and Bluebeam.
- Must possess the ability to strategically allocate resources
and effectively manage assets.
- Proven management capabilities having demonstrated the ability
to delegate tasks and motivate direct reports. Preferred
- OSHA 10 and/or OSHA 30
- Safety - The primary responsibility for job safety rests with
the superintendent, but it is the project manager's responsibility
to ensure safety is properly incorporated into job planning and
execution; promote accountability among staff members and
subcontractors as it relates to the project safety policies and
enforce these policies by actively participating in all
- Pre-job Planning and Mobilization.
- Purchasing Responsibility - Most major purchasing is
accomplished by the Estimating Department, but the ultimate total
project contracting responsibility rests with the project manager.
The three most important points in good subcontract writing are (1)
Scope; (2) Scope; and (3) Scope.
- Customer/Owner Relations - Regularly visit with the customer
and Architect/Engineer and probe for problems which may not be
obvious to jobsite personnel. Maintain open communications.
- Submittals - Ensure project and office engineers have the
knowledge, ability and workload to properly review and process
submittals in a timely manner. This includes having a Submittal
Transmittal and Delivery Log to accurately track the
- Expediting of vendors and subcontractors. -
- Progress Payments from Owner and to Subcontractors.
- Change Orders and Change Estimates.
- Cost Reports - Weekly and monthly review (study) of job cost
reports and preparation of monthly analysis.
- Carefully analyze cost and schedule problems and initiate
alternatives which will cause a course correction.
- Quality Control and Commissioning - Ensure the Quality Control
Plan is set up for the project; set the tone for enforcing the
quality standards for the project by attending and participating in
the buyout and pre-mobilization meetings; and be alert to a
deviation from our quality standards and ensure proper corrective
action is initiated. Also implement the Commissioning Manual to
ensure a properly function building.
- Personnel evaluation, development, and retention.
- Recruiting of salaried personnel.
- Ensure the Book of 14 is continuously updated and reviewed by
the project team.
- Each month the list of subcontractors on each project should be
reviewed and any unusual (good or bad) situations developing with a
subcontractor should be reported to the operations manager. Such
items as performance, information regarding financial stability,
and problems on other Company projects should be considered. This
information is generally recorded in the Book of 14 and on the
- Working knowledge of how the VDC Scope of Work, VDC Execution
Plan, and VDC deliverables align to the overall project planning
strategies (i.e., procurement, schedule, manpower, cost/budget,
risk, Trade capabilities, Trade buy-out, FM/Operational data
requirements, and contractual obligations). Ability to review and
navigate within the current 3D Model viewing software and
collaborate with the VDC team. Hensel Phelps provides generous
benefits for our salaried employees. This position is eligible for
company paid medical insurance, life insurance, accidental death &
dismemberment, long-term disability, 401(K) retirement plan, health
savings account (HSA) (HSA not available in Hawaii), and our
employee assistance program (EAP). It also is eligible for employee
paid enrollment in vision and dental insurance. Hensel Phelps also
believes in the importance of taking time to recharge. As a result,
salaried employees are eligible for paid time off beginning upon
hire. Salaried positions (project engineers and above) participate
in an annual bonus plan, subject to company and employee
performance. Salaried employees (this is all salaried employees)
are also eligible for a company cell phone or cell phone allowance
in accordance with company policy. Further, salaried employees
(project engineers and above) also receive either a vehicle or
vehicle allowance in accordance with Hensel Phelps' policies. Based
on position location, a cost of living adjustment (COLA) may also
be included (subject to periodic review and adjustment). Any
Employment Offers are Contingent Upon Successful Completion of the
- Verification of Work Authorization and Employment Eligibility
- Substance Abuse Screening
- Physical Exam (if applicable)
- Background Checks for Badging/Security Clearances (if
applicable) Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer:
Hensel Phelps is an equal opportunity and affirmative action
employer. Hensel Phelps shall not discriminate against any employee
or applicant for employment on the basis of race, color, religion,
sex, age, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity and
expression, domestic partner status, pregnancy, disability,
citizenship, genetic information, protected veteran status, or any
other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local law. The
contractor will not discharge or in any other manner discriminate
against employees or applicants because they have inquired about,
discussed, or disclosed their own pay or the pay of another
employee or applicant. However, employees who have access to the
compensation information of other employees or applicants as a part
of their essential job functions cannot disclose the pay of other
employees or applicants to individuals who do not otherwise have
access to compensation information, unless the disclosure is (a) in
response to a formal complaint or charge, (b) in furtherance of an
investigation, proceeding, hearing, or action, including an
investigation conducted by the employer, or (c) consistent with the
contractor's legal duty to furnish information. 41 CFR 60-1.35(c)
#LI-JV1Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals
with DisabilitiesThe contractor will not discharge or in any other
manner discriminate against employees or applicants because they
have inquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own pay or the
pay of another employee or applicant. However, employees who have
access to the compensation information of other employees or
applicants as a part of their essential job functions cannot
disclose the pay of other employees or applicants to individuals
who do not otherwise have access to compensation information,
unless the disclosure is (a) in response to a formal complaint or
charge, (b) in furtherance of an investigation, proceeding,
hearing, or action, including an investigation conducted by the
employer, or (c) consistent with the contractor's legal duty to
furnish information. 41 CFR 60-1.35(c)
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