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Project Manager

Chicago, IL

Industry: Manufacturing, Other Job Number: 44376 Pay Rate: $85 - $110k
This company is a leader in improving society through the built environment. They create solutions that produce economic, environmental and experiential benefits for our clients, many of whom are the biggest names in the worlds of business, technology, and beyond. They embrace technological change and are in the forefront of developing intelligent buildings. They emphasize innovation, adaptability and sustainability when providing mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire protection, life safety and technology engineering.

They are looking for a Project Manager who is directly responsible for the overall successful execution and delivery of the project, both to the Client and the company, according to the contract. The Project Manager represents our company and is the primary administrator and communications link between us and all project stakeholders. The PM oversees the planning, implementation and tracking of the project and its specified deliverables to meet the client's expectations and goals and provides a positive experience.

Essential duties and responsibilities:

- Drive the work on the project; set the priorities, procedures, scope and schedule; publish and coordinate project team member assignments with the Studio Leader and/or Operations Director; obtain resource commitment for all disciplines.

- Manage assigned projects through all stages of the project lifecycle; including, Project Initiation, Project Planning, Project Execution, Project Monitoring & Control, and Project Closure.

- Follow and implement all established company processes and procedures.

- Facilitate project kick-off meeting with all members of the project team and related personnel to clearly communicate the objectives, scope, design and schedule of the project.

- Develop a detailed Work Plan for completing the design within the scope of work, project timeline and budget; identify required precursors from other disciplines in a timely fashion, and track details/data/information/activities for proper project documentation.

Annual Bonus Program
Accredited engineering degree or equivalent experience required. - Civil or Mechanical
Great opportunity to make use of your engineering degree and leadership.
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