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Construction Manager Job Description

Construction Manager Job Description

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Construction Manager Job Description

We're looking for a dependable Construction Manager to plan and oversee construction projects in a proactive and cost-effective manner. You will be in charge of project budgeting, organisation, implementation, and scheduling.

Construction Manager Responsibilities

  • Oversee and direct construction projects from start to finish.
  • Thoroughly review the project to schedule deliverables and estimate costs.
  • Oversee all onsite and offsite constructions to ensure that all building and safety regulations are followed.
  • Work with construction workers and subcontractors to coordinate and direct their efforts.
  • Choose tools, materials, and equipment, and keep track of inventory.
  • Observe contractual performance conditions
  • On a daily basis, evaluate the work progress.
  • Prepare job status reports for internal and external audiences.
  • Plan ahead of time to avoid problems and to deal with any that arise.
  • Negotiate agreement terms, draught contracts, and obtain permits and licences
  • Analyze, manage, and reduce risks
  • Ensure that quality construction standards are met and that proper construction techniques are used.

Construction Manager Requirements

  • Demonstrated work experience in construction management
  • Advanced understanding of the processes, tools, and methods used in construction management
  • Expertise in building products, construction details, and applicable rules, regulations, and quality standards
  • Comprehension of all aspects of the construction process
  • Knowledge of construction management software packages
  • The ability to plan ahead of time and see the "big picture”
  • Capable of managing conflicts and crises
  • Leadership and human resource management abilities are required
  • Excellent time and project management abilities.
  • A bachelor's degree in construction management, architecture, engineering, or a related field is required.