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Project Manager - Glass Industry - 3500

Company:
Absolute Opportunities
Location:
Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Posted:
October 12, 2018

Description:

Project Manager - Glass Industry - 3500

Role: Project Manager

Relocation Available: No

Industry: Construction

Location: Nevada

Town / City: Las Vegas

Job Type: Permanent full-time

Job description:

Company is in search of Project Manager with glass industry experience.

The job will require all stages of managing the project, including but not limited to: determining Union requirements, reviewing job specifications, visiting job sites attending pre-construction meetings, reviewing contracts, preparing the project, maintaining the schedule and submittals, communicating with contractors, ordering materials, managing change orders, quality control, and overseeing the close-out process.

Qualifications:

A minimum of five (5) years Industry experience with various sized projects, with direct experience in specifically managing large storefronts, window walls, curtain walls and other glazing systems

High School Diploma and some college (certification or Associates degree), in Construction or Architectural Technology course work

Working knowledge of field practices, procedures and concepts, and current knowledge of building codes

Experienced with materials, machines, tools and equipment used in the Industry

Firm knowledge of reading blue prints as well as architectural and structural drawings

Excellent customer service skills

Listening and problem- solving skills are critical

Excellent communication and negotiation skills

Working knowledge of Windows Operating System, Microsoft Word, Excel and Microsoft Project

Bottom Line Requirements:

1. 5+ years of Glass Industry experience with various sized projects, with direct experience in specifically managing large storefronts, window walls, curtain walls and other glazing systems.

2. High School Diploma and some college (certification or Associates degree), in Construction or Architectural Technology course work.

3. Working knowledge of field practices, procedures and concepts, and current knowledge of building codes.

4. Firm knowledge of reading blue prints as well as architectural and structural drawings.