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Project Manager

Position Title:         Project Manager

Reports to:           Dir. of Specialty Fabrication/ Sr. Management

Summary:   Plan, execute, and finalize projects of any type and size according to strict deadlines and within budget. This includes acquiring resources and coordinating the efforts of team members, architects, designers, engineers, sub-contractors, consultants or owners in order to deliver projects according to plan/contractual obligations.  A Project Manager also defines the project’s objectives and oversees quality control throughout its life cycle.

Duties and Responsibilities:

 Direct and manage projects assigned by senior management from beginning to end.

  • Define project scope and deliverables that support the goals in collaboration with the client, senior management and team members.
  • Develop the project budgets and/or any associated costs if not already assigned.
  • Negotiate terms of the project within mutual agreement of the client, members of the project, and senior management in order to prepare all necessary documentation needed to execute the contractual requirements of Weber Group, Inc.
  • Effectively communicate project expectations to team members in a timely and clear fashion.
  • Communicate with clients for projects on an ongoing basis.
  • Estimate the resources and participants needed to achieve project goals.
  • Draft and submit budget proposals, and recommend budget changes when necessary.
  • When required, negotiate with other managers for the acquisition of required personnel from within the company.
  • Determine need for additional staff and/or consultants and make the appropriate recruitments if necessary during project cycle.
  • Set and continually manage project expectations with team members and report to senior management on a regular basis.
  • Delegate tasks and responsibilities to appropriate personnel.
  • Identify and resolve issues and conflicts within the project team.
  • Plan and schedule project timelines using appropriate tools.
  • Develop and deliver progress reports, proposals, required documentation, and submittal information when required.
  • Review content of status reports from the project team, analyze results, and troubleshoot problem areas.
  • Proactively manage changes in project scope, identify potential problems, and develop contingency plans.
  • Define project success criteria and distribute them to involved parties throughout the project.
  • Coach, mentor, motivate and supervise project team members and subcontractors, and influence them to take positive action and accountability for their assigned work.
  • Build, develop, and grow any business relationships vital to the success of the project.
  • Draft and submit all subcontract agreements or purchase orders to all vendors, subcontractors, and /or suppliers for any/all materials and/or services necessary to complete the project.
  • Review and properly code all invoices/ pay applications from subcontractors and suppliers as received for payment processing.
  • Complete project invoicing/AIA payment applications required during selective billing cycles throughout the duration of the project.
  • Complete all documents required to close out and complete projects whether required by client or municipality.
  • Ensure projects are completed in compliance of OSHA and Weber Group safety guidelines.
  • Assist in the hiring and the training of supervisors and other construction personal when necessary.
  • Reviewing and approving timecards of any company personal working on their projects.


Minimum Requirements:


  • High School diploma, Trade School degree, and/or University or college degree in the field of construction management.
  • 5-10 years direct work experience in a project management capacity, including all aspects of previous field construction/ supervision experience.
  • Strong written and oral communication skills.
  • Communicate using the English language. Communications in Spanish would be an additional benefit.
  • Competent and proficient understanding of Word, Excel, Outlook, and MS Project.
  • Demonstrate experience in personnel management.
  • Experience at working both independently and in a team-oriented environment is essential.
  • Persuasive, encouraging, and motivating.
  • Ability to obtain cooperation from a wide variety of sources, including senior management, consultants, and other team members.
  • Ability to defuse tension among project team, should it arise.
  • Valid driver’s license and in good standings.


Physical abilities required:


  • Overtime may be required in meeting project deadlines so intense stress could be a factor.
  • Primary functions require sufficient physical ability to work in an office setting and operate office equipment. FREQUENT walking, standing, sitting for extended periods of time, fine-finger dexterity to manipulate computer, operate office and other equipment. OCCASIONAL bending and stooping, squatting, pushing/pulling, twisting at waist, upward and downward flexion of neck, side-to-side turning of neck; reaching at and above shoulder height; lifting objects weighing up to 10 lbs. from below waist to above shoulders and transporting distances up to 50 yards; lifting objects weighing 11-50 lbs. from below waist occasionally.
  • Physically able to participate in training sessions, presentations, and meetings.
  • Travel may be required for the purpose of estimating projects, overseeing projects on regular basis, and meeting with clients.
  • Conduct regular visits to jobsites to oversee to progress and check on the quality of work. May require extended walking, climbing of ladders, or bending to inspect areas of low work concealed by obstructions.
  • Vision: See in the normal visual range with or without correction; vision sufficient to read computer screens and printed documents and to operate equipment.
  • Hearing: Hear in the normal audio range with or without correction.


Safety Requirements:


  • 30 Hour OSHA Course.
  • First Aid, CPR and Bloodbourne Pathogen training.
  • Familiar with all current OSHA General Industry Safety and other applicable regulations relating to employee safety and accident prevention.
  • Participate in weekly safety meetings. (Tool Box Talks)
  • Enforce safety requirements of WGI to all supervisors including; check for updated MSDS information that is to be stored on site, check for proper labor law information that to be posted, and verify all safety measures are in place and updated on a regular basis.



Architectural Project Manager

Reports to: Director of Construction

Summary: Works with Weber construction project managers and field personnel, architects, engineers and clients to provide construction administration, pre-development, post-development and quality control for a variety of projects.

Duties and Responsibilities:

1 Use creative thinking, communication, analytical and drawing skills as part of design-build approach to construction solutions.

  1. We work with a diverse range of clients in the multifamily, assisted living, hotel and affordable housing industries. The Architectural Project Manager will work with Weber construction project managers and superintendents to ensure successful projects. Candidates must be able to:
  • Thrive in client-contact situations.
  • Discuss the objectives, requirements, and budget of a project with various stakeholders and team members.
  • Provide various pre-design services which may include conducting feasibility studies, site selection, and prepare conceptual designs and layouts for the client to review.
  • Work with design consultants to develop construction plans that achieve client goals for constructability, financial viability and timely implementation.
  • Make periodic site visits and create field reports as required.
  • Coordinate Requests for Information between field personnel, consultants and owners.
  • Review and manage distribution of shop drawings and submittals.
  1. Apply professional knowledge together with practical knowledge of architecture, engineering and construction methods/techniques in accomplishing assignments.
  2. Attend meetings when appropriate to make presentations and provide resources for the work of the project often traveling to client locations and jobsites throughout the U.S.
  3. Work with Weber Construction Project Managers and owners to develop and evaluate project budgets.
  4. Work on projects that may vary in type/size as well as the use of accelerated schedules, the need for new/specialized equipment, materials and methods.
  5. Manage unforeseen conditions of design or construction and provide viable cost effective solutions in a timely fashion.
  6. Coordinate with a variety of interested parties, e.g. contractors, architects, engineers, local state or federal government officials, state & local regulatory agencies & the public.



Ability to read and analyze construction drawings and specifications.

General understanding of building codes, zoning laws, fire regulations, and other ordinances.

General understanding of AIA contracts and documents.

Ability to establish goals and priorities: perceive and analyze situations requiring attention and perform duties in a timely manner often under pressure.

Ability to develop relationships with a variety of clients, consultants and sub-contractors.

Ability to plan, implement and or oversee diverse programs.

Strong verbal, written, organizational, and interpersonal skills.

Ability to use judgment and discretion; to keep confidentiality; to exercise tact and diplomacy.

Skilled in drawing both freehand and in an electronic environment, using tools including (but not limited to) Autodesk Building Design Suite, Sketch Up and Adobe Creative Suite.



Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture or Engineering.

5-10 years’ experience in an architecture firm, engineering firm or construction setting, with experience in field observation and construction administration.

Works beyond normal working hours, on weekends when necessary.

Travels, locally, regionally, and nationally as needed to represent the company.

Communicates using English language.

Senior Estimator

Position Title:       ESTIMATOR

Reports to:           Director of Construction

Summary:   Estimator prepares complete, accurate estimates for multi-family and senior living projects. Estimator will be expected to be able to perform a full take-off and hard bidding of all trades to develop detailed estimates.

Duties and Responsibilities:


  • Preparing complete and accurate estimates for multi-family, senior living, assisted living and other commercial construction projects.
  • Performing full take-offs from plans.
  • Hard bidding of all trades to develop detailed estimates for each project.
  • Develop bid packages for vendors and subcontractor proposals.





–          Minimum 5 years of experience estimating construction projects (i.e. multi-family, senior living or commercial projects).

–          Proficient use of: Microsoft Office and Excel.

–          Extensive experience with plan review.

–          Ability to gather and organize information from several sources and compose materials for formal distribution.

–          Accurate Cost Estimating skills, inclusive of breakdown down assemblies to develop ROM’s, Budgets, and Actual Work.

–          Able to work individually or in a team.

–          Possess exceptional interpersonal skills and verbal communication skills

–          Ability to Estimate multiple projects at one time depending on project size.

–          Procurement Management

–          Ability to qualify and scope out Vendor and Subcontractor proposals.

–          Proficient with quantity take-offs using software such as On-Screen Takeoff or QTO.

–          Comfortable with meeting with owners and negotiating work.

–          Good presentation skills and is comfortable in owner interviews.

–          Good working relationship with the trade contractors.


Pre-Development Coordinator

Position Title:     Pre-Development Coordinator

Reports to:           Director of Construction

Summary:    Pre-Development Coordinator is the link between the Architecture and Construction departments.  This person is responsible for walking a project from the design phase, through estimating, contracting, permitting, and finally to funding (financial closing). Responsibilities of the Pre-Development Coordinator include:

Duties and Responsibilities:


  • Develop contracts with sub-contractors for each project.
  • Coordinate and track all aspects of the project from design through financing and communicate progress to Project Manager, Director of Construction and Client
  • Bidding of the project to various sub-contractors for each phase of the project.
  • Assist with estimating the cost of the project.
  • Assisting with getting appropriate permits in place for the project.
  • Insure proper licenses are in place for the appropriate jurisdiction for the project.




  • Ability to work effectively with staff in every department: construction project management, architectural design, accounting, marketing, etc.
  • Very strong verbal, written, organizational, and computer skills.
  • High degree of interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to use judgment and discretion; to keep confidentiality; to exercise tact and diplomacy.
  • Ability to establish goals and priorities; perceive and analyze situations requiring attention and perform duties in a timely manner.
  • Ability to create strong, effective business relationships with clients based on open communication and efficiency.


Minimum Requirements:


  • Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration (or other business field).
  • Proficient in the use of the Microsoft Office Suite.
  • Experience in a management or leadership role.