Frank Rewold & Sons is always looking for exceptional people to help build great things. We understand that a strong foundation means starting with the right team. If you’re interested in a challenging career and want to work in a dynamic atmosphere click below to email your resume or send a hard copy by mail:
Frank Rewold & Sons, Inc.
Attn: Claudia Rybicki, Human Resource Manager
303 E. Third Street | Suite 300 | Rochester, MI 48307
SENIOR PROJECT MANAGER
Frank Rewold and Sons is currently seeking an experienced senior construction project manager to be responsible for all aspects of a project from preparation of subcontractor bid documents to project completion and closeout. The project manager functions as the team leader working with the superintendent, project engineer, and accounting department throughout the duration of the project.
The project manager will be responsible for the following: prepare bid notices, public advertisements, establish bid due dates, write bid category scope of work with estimator, superintendent, and subcontractors, prepare letters of recommendation, letters of intent, and purchase orders.
Specific tasks include:
Obtains permits required by municipal, county, and state agencies necessary for the project
Oversees and directs the activities of the project engineer assigned to the project
Assists superintendent in preparation of the project schedule and safety plan
Maintains log of pending change orders in Timberline
Enforces accuracy and current status of shop drawing log prepared by the project engineer
Monitors all work the engineer is doing
Prices, prepares, and submits change orders with added G&S costs to architect and/or owner immediately upon preliminary approval
Prepares and issues subcontractor back charges when necessary
Monitors subcontractor performance to ensure quality of work and assists job cost accountant with decisions about payment to subcontractors
Attends all job meetings where the owner and/or architect will be in attendance
Prepares meeting minutes noting responsible parties for outstanding items
Assists superintendents in solving issues that arise with subcontractors who under perform
Oversees work of project team and encourages all members to maintain quality, keep costs within budget, and fulfills commitments made to the owner and/or architect
Ensure all requirements of the owner contract are followed and met during course of project
Provides direction to project engineer for obtaining and organizing closeout documents
Works with architect and/or owner to ensure single comprehensive punch list is prepared and completed timely and properly
Resolve problems amicably
Monitor general and special conditions expenditures
A bachelor's degree in Construction Management, Civil Engineering, or related field is required. Candidates must have a minimum of 10 years’ experience working as a Construction Project Manager. Must be proficient in Microsoft Office, Excel, and Project. Must have the ability to communicate professionally in both verbal and written format, strong analytic skills and attention to detail, thorough follow through skills and ability to meet deadlines, and solid skills in multi-tasking.
-NO RECRUITERS - PLEASE-
Be Frank! Our goal is to create the best building experience possible. What do we build? FRS builds buildings, communities, and relationships that stand the test of time. We value quality, people, and hard work. In the way we work, FRS is less canned and more candid ... less corporate and more team ... less contract and more human contact. In the way we play, we celebrate each others achievements and victories together.
OUR BUILDING PILLARS:
#BeFrank: Be open, sincere, or candid in the way you do business.
#EarnIt: Nothing owned. Everything earned.
#BiggerThanBuilding: Develop relationships, build trust, and encourage collaboration.
#MoreContactLessContract: More human, team, and client conscious.
#RemainRooted: Respect the past, be present, and anticipate the future.
WORKING AT FRS
Here at FRS, when the work is done, the party begins. Our new office in the heart of downtown Rochester provides space to focus and collaborate freely. We challenge, support, and empower each other to push our best work forward and to engage each other in lifelong learning. FRS has numerous sporting and recreational activities to promote healthy competition and comradery.
Need a break? Employees can take advantage of our fourth floor mezzanine and outdoor deck to enjoy lunch or happy hour overlooking the scenic Paint Creek.