Welcome to Mill Creek! We’re glad you’re here! At Mill Creek Residential, we believe that every associate is imperative to the success of our organization. We believe in embracing our core values and in the power of People, Places and Relationships.
At Mill Creek the Construction Project Manager is responsible for overseeing all aspects of the construction of high density, multi-family residential and mixed use projects. The position reports to the Vice President of Construction. This position requires providing leadership to the project teams in order to meet or exceed project goals related to the design, construction and quality of the project. The Project Manager is expected to maintain and adhere to project construction schedules, budgets, cost and quality control measures and safety practices.
Establishing and maintaining working professional relationships with the project design team, company field and office personnel, subcontractors, vendors and governmental agencies overseeing the project.
Assuming a leadership role in overseeing the preparation of the construction documents
Administering contracts between Owner and General Contractor and General Contractor and Subcontractors and Vendors
Managing value engineering efforts for the project
Preparing and processing all paperwork and documents to Owner, project design team and subcontractors in a timely and complete manner
Reporting and providing assistance to the Vice President and President of Construction with project management duties as needed.
Interfacing with Construction Lender field inspectors
Working with Owner third party consultants, scheduling of Owner third party inspections, review, distribution and follow-up of Owner third party reports and write-ups
Ensuring compliance with and processing of all project construction permits
Preparing, maintaining and providing timely updates relating to project schedule and budgets
Reviewing, approving and processing of all draw requests of and payments to suppliers and subcontractors
Working with the Owner third party management company in transitioning the project from construction to residential operations.
Addressing all project completion and warranty issues and preparing a final close-out documentation package for the Owner
Complying with all MCRT Policies, Procedures and Safety Programs
Education and / or Experience
Graduate from an accredited four-year college or university with major coursework in architecture, engineering, construction science, or other related field.
Minimum of five years’ experience in managing all phases of construction of high density residential and mixed use projects.
Ten years of applicable and related experience will be considered in lieu of Bachelor’s degree.
Skills / Specialized Knowledge
Knowledge of construction procedures, building codes, estimating, budgeting, scheduling and safety practices Ability to communicate well in English both written and verbally.
Working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook and MS project. Competency in Procore and Textura a plus
Strong leadership, organization, time-management, verbal and written communication skills
Ability to negotiate contracts, manage personnel, meet deadlines and goals, and maintain confidentiality
About the Benefits of joining the Mill Creek Team
Comprehensive medical, dental and vision
Employer sponsored short and long term disability, Life and ADD insurance
401k with employer matching
Paid time off benefits: Vacation, Sick, Holidays
Mill Creek is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Are you ready to contribute to the success of Mill Creek Residential? If so, apply today and become part of an organization that believes in uncompromising integrity, celebrating successes, continuous improvement, and working hard, smart and together!
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