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Electrical Project Manager

Summary of Position: S&P is hiring an Electrical Project Manager to work for the Construction Management division in its' New York, NY Delta LaGuardia Project Field Office.  The successful candidate must possess 7+ years of experience performing project management duties; must have managed electrical trade contractors in a NYC construction environment; must have excellent communication skills; must have experience establishing and maintaining budgets and schedules Core Competencies: Accountability -Accepts personal responsibility for quality and timeliness of his or her work. Communication -Communicates well both verbally and in writing. Consistency -Consistently follows documented procedures and suggests changes/updates when appropriate. Teamwork -Builds good relationships and rapport with customers, peers, supervisors and managers throughout the organization.   Primary Responsibilities: Manage activities related to project scope, project safety, project schedule, cost, cash flow, quality, coordination, and client requirements Be capable of managing and directing project initiation, project execution/control and project closeout Be a capable communicator, with good interpersonal skills Be able to drive a project team professionally and responsibly Understand project contract's terms and conditions Plan the complete project execution Be responsible for project budgets, change order work requests and invoicing tracking Lead a project work team that meets regularly to coordinate responsibility for assignment and execution of tasks according to schedule Schedules and monitors manpower requirements against the project budget/spending performance Participate in presentations Establishes client liaison trust   Experience, Education, Certification: Bachelor's degree or specialized training in Electrical construction Strong client and project management skills Experience with government agencies A minimum of at least 7 years of experience
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
8 - 10 years

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