Project Manager SPG | Life Sciences

At JTM Construction, the role of the Project Manager is to provide oversight and management for the Special Projects Group (SPG) ranging in value from $400,000 to $20,000,000. The SPG Project Manager is the primary point of contact for the project and is responsible for the financial success of the project, managing all aspects of the project from estimating through project closeout.

For this position, the SPG Project Manager should have experience with life sciences and working in critical/clean and occupied environments. The individual must be professional and self-motivated with strong oral and written communication skills, dependable, and multi-task in a fast-paced environment with strong organizational and problem-solving skills. This position requires travel in the greater Seattle area, depending on the project’s needs.

  • Act as Primary Point of Contact for Owner/Clients, Responsible for Discussing all Matters Pertaining to the Project, Including Scope of Work, Budget, and Schedules.
  • Facilitates the Preparation of Owner/Client Contracts.
  • Prepares and Negotiates all Subcontracts for the Project.
  • Lead Project Estimates from Concept Through the Establishment of the GMP.
  • Manage/Oversee Construction Administration of the Project in Accordance with the Contract.
  • Ensure Project Notice Requirements are Being Met.
  • Oversee Project Procurement and Ensure Alignment with the Project Schedule.
  • Manage and Implement Change Order Process with Both the Client and Subcontractors/Trade Partners.
  • Create Monthly Project Forecast for Review with the Officer-In-Charge.
  • Oversee Monthly Payment Application Process and Ensure Timely Payment.
  • Track and Review Quantities for Self-Performed Labor Scopes of Work.
  • Oversee, Train and Mentor Project Engineers Assigned to the Project.
  • Create and Assign Project Responsibilities. Hold Team Members Accountable.
  • Work with Project Superintendent to Regularly Update the Project Schedule.
  • Collaborate with Project Design Team to Mitigate Design Challenges.
  • Bachelor of Science in Construction Management, Engineering, or Architecture.
  • Minimum of Five (5) Years of Life Sciences/Biotechnology Experience in the Puget Sound Region.
  • General Knowledge of all Scopes of Work Associated with Tenant Improvements, Interior Renovation, and Repurposing Projects.
  • General Knowledge of Working in Critical/Clean Environments as well as Occupied Environments.
  • Ability to Work with Microsoft Office Suite.
  • Knowledge of P6, Vista, Autodesk, PlanGrid, and BlueBeam Preferred.
  • Leadership Skills with a Willingness to Lead by Example.
  • Valid Washington State Driver’s License with Ability to Provide Proof of a Clean Driving Record.
  • Able to Pass a Pre-employment Drug Screening and a Criminal Background Check.

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