Doors, Frames, Hardware and millwork Project manager Detailer

(Franklin Park)

responsibilities of the project manager position include but are not limited to the following:
Review construction plans and specifications to create custom door and hardware schedule/submittal packages for commercial construction projects while working in close collaboration with sales team.

This requires a current and thorough knowledge of door and hardware product applications in addition to current knowledge of commercial building codes and requirements.

Comprehensive management of assigned projects including take-offs, submittal creation, material ordering and timeline oversight.

Proactively communicate with customers and key internal departments to ensure all projects are delivered on-time, within scope and within budget.

Manage contract obligations for assigned projects including requested reporting and billing oversight.

Collaborate with contractors, engineers, architects, and key members of the project team.

An ideal Project Manager candidate possesses the following:

Communication Skills: Strong written and verbal communication skills are a must. A Project Manager is often the first and sometimes only point of contact with our customers. It is critical that this individual communicate project questions and details in a timely and accurate manner to ensure projects are completed on-budget and on-time. This role also requires communication with all internal departments to ensure clear project coordination. This person must proactively and professionally be able to work across departments and with outside partners (vendors, subs, etc.)

Extreme Attention to Detail: Accurately bidding and managing a project requires the utmost attention to details and specifications. This position also requires one to accurately document and communicate these details to outside and inside partners.

Proactive Problem-Solving: Commercial construction is often fluid and requires an individual to think on their feet as changes are made to specifications or timelines. The Estimator position must understand the impact of project changes, solve for issues and communicate updates to customers, vendors and co-workers in a timely and effective manner.

Ability to multi-task and prioritize work autonomously: must be able to manage multiple priorities in a deadline constrained environment.

Basic Qualifications:
High school diploma or equivalent as minimum – Bachelor’s Degree preferred
Minimum of 2-5 years of experience project management experience in the commercial construction industry
Prefer experience in door, hardware and specialty divisions (Division 8, Division 10)
Proficient computer skills required

compensation: 70-100k

employment type: full-time

job title: Division 8 Project Manager

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