JOB TITLE: PROJECT MANAGER
JOB LOCATION: EDO & ABA, NIGERIA
EXPERIENCE: 10 YEARS EXPERIENCE IN CONSTRUCTION (BRIDGES & ROADS)
N/B: NICE TO HAVE: WORKING EXPERIENCE IN NIGERIA
Responsibilities of a Project Manager
Reports to the Area Manager
Responsible for: Staff: Site Managers/Site personnel (through Site Managers/ Supervisors)
The construction manager will have many responsibilities and these include the following:
1) Planning –
Detailed planning of the Project execution. This means producing a detailed scope of work to be performed, program of activities, and understanding the timing of each stage.
Reconcile work schedule and delivery plan with the Area Manager.
Proactively identify Projects risks and discuss solutions with Area Manager prior to adoption.
2) Procedures and Processes
Develop/ Implement Procedures and Processes towards effective Project delivery
Liaise with other departments towards implementation of project delivery procedure/ processes.
3) Budget and Resource Allocation –
Proactively determine resource requirements based on approved scope of work.
Plan for resource availability to project site as at when due.
Ensure optimum resource usage with minimum waste.
Detailed financial planning and monitoring of the project. Perform and submit to Area Manager Project’s performance forecast
4) Monitoring, HSE and Quality:
Daily monitoring of Project execution to ensure compliance with specified quality.
Daily monitoring of project execution to ensure optimum performance as per work programme
Receive reports on HSE status and enforce compliance.
5) Staff Management – The Project Manager will be responsible for recruiting a team and/ allocating tasks to supervisors. It includes identifying suitable subcontractors who can complete the work and recommending same to the Area Manager. Also has to manage disputes and resolve them.
6) Project Reviews –
Identify and monitor Projects performance against Key Performance Indicators.
Daily/ weekly review meetings with Site Manager/ Supervisors.
Periodic review of Project performance with the Area Manager.
Hold Monthly site Meetings with the Client representative
7) Claims and Scope Change Management:
Ensure that all executed works are claimed for.
Evaluating Project design for possible scope changes subject to Company’s constructability expertise and strategy and follow-up with client’s representative for adoption.
8) Keep Client And Area Boss On The Loop
Giving them daily or weekly reports of the job status, equipment, policies and upcoming procedures with all the issues that come from the work.
Effectively manage identified stakeholders.
General skills for a project manager role. This include:
Planning and Time Management – to ensure that projects are completed within set timeframes.
Resource Management – ensuring that equipment is available throughout the building project.
Financial and Budget Management – making sure that the project is completed within a financial budget.
Communication – arranging meetings and ensuring that all stakeholders are aware of the project’s progress.
Delegation and Motivation – the Project Manager, will be responsible for ensuring that tasks are delegated effectively and staffs remain motivated to complete the project to a high standard.
General Construction – at times of uncertainty the project manager may be relied upon for his superior knowledge of the industry and specific problems.
Minimum of 10 years’ experience with engineering background
If profile fits you kindly upload your CV at www.ichrgroup.com (word document only)