James E. Roberts–Obayashi is a highly respected Bay Area General Contractor specializing in Multi-Family and Senior Housing Construction projects for the past 80 years. We are seeking a Project Manager who has managed the construction of multi-story wood frame and concrete Multi-Family and Senior Housing construction projects in the $15 to $75 Million dollar range.
 
Responsibilities
Responsible for the overall direction, administration, completion, and financial outcome of a construction project. The successful candidate must have the ability to interface with a multi-discipline team. This individual must be detailed oriented and have previous experience in the management of Multi-Family or Senior Housing construction projects. Works with the key project and construction individual to monitor action plans to avoid potential construction contractor cost overruns or delays, or to accommodate significant changes. The Project Manager is responsible to coordinate with client, design team, subcontractors and vendors to maintain current and timely construction information, processing of change order approval and implementation.
 
Qualifications
Minimum of 5 year experience managing construction projects. Possess strong knowledge and expertise of project management tools in critical path scheduling, budget control, contract and change management. Proficient with computer software programs including MS Office suite (Word, Excel and Outlook). Project Scheduling abilities, Primavera (P6) skills. Strong work ethic. Effective oral and written communication skills. Working knowledge of principles of architecture, engineering, and construction. Working knowledge of Federal, State and local laws and regulations related to construction and a strong commitment to safety.
 
Education
BA/BS degree or certification in Construction Management or Engineering, or related field.
 
If interested, please email a cover letter and resume in pdf format to: careers@jerocorp.com
 
Please include “Project Manager” in your email subject line.
 
No phone calls please.