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Assistant Project Manager (Development)
Los Angeles, CA
A national multifamily developer is looking for an Assistant Project Manager to join their growing team and provide support to the Project Manager and field production teams as directed by the Project Manager and/or the Project Director.
Act as a representative and advocate of Company’s Culture and Guiding Principles.
Ensure Project Documentation is accurate, up-to-date, and addressed timely.
Coordinate subcontractor submittals with Field Engineer.
Qualify and create subcontractor change order requests for subcontractors assigned by the Project Manager.
Assist Project Managers in the flow of information to the field teams.
Quantify subcontractor bids, create subcontractor initiation packets, and compose scopes of work for contracts for trades assigned by the Project Manager.
Investigate and propose value engineering and/or innovative alternatives.
Ensure on-site project personnel and subcontractors are maintaining as-built drawings and proper project documentation
Train and Mentor Field Engineer.
Fully responsible for project close out including all costs, punch list, warranty, certificates, and documentation.
Coordinate DM/PM Meeting Agendas and Meeting Minutes with the Project Manager.
Track statuses of RFIs and Submittals.
Assist in local licensing and applicable permitting.
Assist in maintaining standardized forms and procedures for construction operation.
Bachelor’s degree in construction management or related study or a minimum of 3 years experience as a Manager of multi-family construction.
3-5 years of relevant years of experience in a similar industry.
Prefer five years of experience in the construction industry and three years of Multi-Family field experience.
Experience with work-processing and spreadsheet packages, i.e. Excel, Microsoft Word, Bluebeam.
Prior experience with Web-based Project Management software, such as Procore, preferred.
Prior experience or willingness to learn scheduling software, such as P6 or Microsoft Project.
Proficient in reading construction plans and documents.