Construction Site Manager

Essential Functions & Duties:

• Ensure quality assurance/quality control of the documentation provided with contractor’s pay estimates

• Assist in review and evaluation of contractor’s cross-sections and measured quantities

• Investigate and evaluate slope failures and earthen repairs in the field

• Review progress reports, recommendations, notifications, confirmations, and other documents relating to construction projects prepared by field inspection personnel

• Review material testing reports and invoices and recommend action as a result of failing tests

• Attend pre-bid conferences and conduct pre-construction meetings and progress meetings

• Review projects prior to completion of plans and specifications to provide constructability evaluation

• Deal directly with contractors, representatives, property owners, and other parties involved with construction projects

• Direct and/or assist field inspection personnel, including resolving conflicts and/or problems

• Assist in setting procedures and creating forms for inspection documentation to ensure consistency

• Assist in supervising/leading staff of professional, technical, field, and administrative personnel

• Perform as Department Manager during that person’s absence

• Assist in assigning field inspection personnel to construction projects and other tasks as needed

• Provide technical advice on specifications and construction management issues

• Ensure quality assurance/quality control of the construction projects

• Assist in developing control procedures for pay application processing

• Assist in developing processes and procedures in the Division to ensure consistency among inspectors

• Perform other duties that may be added or changed as the course and scope of the job directs

Education and Experience:

• Bachelor’s Degree from an ABET-accredited four-year college or university in civil engineering or a similar curriculum

• Five (5) years of progressively responsible, verifiable experience in engineering design and maintenance construction projects and/or field operations related to public works, hydrology, flood control, and/or urban development

• Experience in the management of budgets and departments

• Experience in recruiting, interviewing, and writing policy and procedures

• Experience working with government agencies and their governing bodies

• Experience in supervision of construction staff

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

• Strong skills using Microsoft Office applications (Outlook, Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Access)

• Solid knowledge/understanding of construction standards, practices, and techniques

• Ability to direct, coordinate and control job assignments efficiently and professionally

• Excellent analytical skills in applying guidelines, policies and precedents, and adapting standard methods to fit facts and conditions

• Work independently with limited supervision, relative autonomy, and general review

• Work well with the public, interest groups, government agency personnel, and external organizations

• Build and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships with others

• Manage and lead a large team within office and field environments, under pressure and public scrutiny

• Be successful in a time and deadline-driven environment

• Utilize good time management skills and effectively prioritize and manage multiple tasks/initiatives

• Read/comprehend written materials, use proper grammar, correct spelling and punctuation, problem solving, simple formats and filing systems

Required Licenses:

• Professional Engineer Registration (State of Texas) required within six months of employment

• Valid Class “C” Texas Driver’s License

NOTE: Qualifying education, experience, knowledge and skills must be documented on your job application. You may attach a resume to the application as supporting documentation but ONLY information stated on the application will be used for consideration. “See Resume” will not be accepted for qualifications.

• AutoCAD experience

Physical Demands & Environmental Exposure:

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions:

• Frequent stooping, bending, reaching, lifting, and carrying items up to 11 pounds and occasional lifting of up to 20 pounds

• Frequent sorting, filing, shelving, and handling documents, books, files, file drawers, and related materials and equipment required for clerical operations

• Frequent driving of a vehicle with automatic controls or four-wheel drive

• Occasional walking up and down steep slopes of ditches or on rough and uneven surfaces or ground such as sloping terrain plowed or furrowed areas or construction sites

• Occasional ascending/descending stairs; prolonged sitting for extended periods of time

• Work is generally performed indoors in a normal office environment with acceptable lighting, temperature, air conditions, and noise levels

• When at field locations, may be exposed to significant levels of heat, cold, moisture, air pollution, wind and dust, wildlife, and flying/walking insects, vibration and/or noise in excess of 85 decibels

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Mr. He purchased several plots of land in Texas and plans to develop residential and commercial projects. Mr. He is passionate about his work and takes great pride in the quality and expertise he is able to provide.

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