Position: Project Coordinator
Reports To: Division Manager
Position Summary: As a Project Coordinator, you will be responsible for overseeing and managing multiple industrial construction projects at various job sites in the Denver, CO area. Your role includes planning, scheduling, estimating, employee supervision, and ensuring project completion within budget and deadlines. You will also coordinate with craft supervision to ensure smooth construction processes and adherence to specifications and safety guidelines.
- Manage and supervise all aspects of industrial construction projects in the energy, power, mining, manufacturing, and pharmaceutical industries.
- Recruit, lead, and manage a team of employees, including Project Engineer, Field Engineer, Superintendent, and Foreman.
- Oversee and ensure the successful completion of daily tasks performed by employees.
- Verify quality and specifications of finished work and enforce contract compliance.
- Maintain strict adherence to safety and environmental regulations.
- Coordinate labor, equipment, and subcontractor resources to ensure timely project completion.
- Ensure team members are trained and following safety protocols and work rules.
- Assign tasks, monitor job costs, and provide monthly forecasting reports.
- Prepare written reports on job processes, cost, and other relevant matters.
- Support on-the-job training initiatives for team members to enhance safety and work quality.
- Collaborate with various departments to identify and pursue new business opportunities.
- Review and provide feedback on project schedules with the Project Engineer.
- Create cost-based estimates for RFPs.
- Perform any other assigned duties as needed.
- Preferably hold a degree in Engineering or Construction Management.
- Minimum of 8 years of experience in industrial construction.
- Prior experience of at least 4 years as a Project Manager in any field.
- Proficiency in job costing programs like HCSS Heavy Job or similar software.
- Familiarity with scheduling software such as P6.
- Experience using account software like Viewpoint or similar platforms.
- Knowledge of estimating software like Heavy Bid or similar tools.
- Proficient in Microsoft Office applications.
- Completed OSHA or equivalent safety training.
- Valid driver's license with a clean record.
- Majority of work conducted outdoors.
- Potential exposure to extreme temperatures.
- Work environment includes manufacturing, pipeline, and refining settings.
- Frequent entry into confined spaces, such as tanks and vessels.
- Working on limited surfaces.
- Occasional use of X-ray machines.
- Exposure to noise levels above 85 decibels and strong odors.
- Work in areas with limited visibility.
- Ability to climb stairs, ladders, and scaffolding at significant heights.
- Capability to lift 1-50 pounds of equipment and materials on a monthly basis.
- Walk on uneven terrain for an average of 2 miles per day.
- Perform tasks while standing, stooping, crawling, and kneeling.
- Use a respirator if required by the position.
- Possess a valid driver's license for potential travel requirements.
- If driving is necessary, must show proof of insurability and undergo a DMV background records search.
- Health Insurance- Up to 80% coverage for employee portion.
- Optional enrollment in Health Savings Account (HSA).
- Paid Time Off after waiting period.
- 401k with a company match of up to 4% (100% vesting after 90-day waiting period).
- Employee-paid Dental, Vision, Life, and Accident Insurance.