Project Manager
portlandOR Contract/CTH Jun 10, 2024
Flux Resources is seeking a Project Manager to join one of our clients in Portland Oregon. This is a contract position with no end date duration, likely to last several years. The pay range for this role is $60-$70//hr

Ideal background: 
  • Construction/Civil
  • Utilities 
Job Responsibilities:
a. Prepare and submit PMO required documentation throughout the project lifecycle process.
b. Lead all aspects of the project building process. Oversee internal staff and external consulting engineers throughout the design and construction process from conceptual design to as-built drawings. Ensure relevant code compliance. Coordinate the building permit application process and required building department inspections. Oversee transmittals, submittals and request for information (RFI) processes and tracking. Ensure proper stakeholder involvement in the review of drawings and technical specifications. Assure compliance with and coordinate inspections as required by Field Operations Manual (FOM)
c. Develop, manage, and update the project actual and forecast cost. Manage cost performance to both forecast and budget, and conduct analyses to identify and remediate variances as needed. Contractor will conduct monthly and ad hoc analyses as requested or required by PM processes. As project costs change, contractor will assess, document, and communicate any changes in accordance with PMO change management practices.
d. Develop project schedules, including forecasts for material supply and personnel. Routinely revie and update projects schedules. As schedules change, contractor will assess, document, and communicate changes in accordance with PMO change management practices.
e. Identify, procure and manage project-related human resources. Provide all team members with clear guidance. Work with project team members and resource managers to address and resolve any performance concerns. If external vendors, contractors, or resources are engaged on the project, manage vendor schedules, deliverables, and cost according to their respective SOWs. Integrate vendor project information into the project plan. Ensure adequate touchpoints and communications exist between  vendor project team members, sponsors, steering committees, and stakeholders.
f. Develop project communications plan, including meetings; status reports, monthly portfolio reviews, and other communications as needed. Schedule and lead routine and special project team meetings. Present project status report at routine monthly executive/project sponsor meetings. Prepare and submit routine project status reports. Coordinate change management efforts.
g. Lead the identification, collection, and management of project risks by working with the project team and stakeholders. Define mitigation plans for all assigned risks. Manage issues through to completion. Communicate risks and issues according to defined PM processes.
h. If external vendors, contractors, or resources are engaged on the project, assist purchasing with the development of request for proposal (RFP) scope documents for outside vendors. Coordinate the issuance of RFPs with  procurement team. Lead the review and evaluation of contractor responses and offers for services and materials. Key contributor in the negotiations of contractor and supplier agreements. Work with project engineer for the timely entry of purchase requisitions. Identify and document risks and issues in timely manner in Company project management software (Planview). Negotiate, and obtain approval as required for change orders. Track, review and advise project engineer on payment of vendor invoices
i. Complete other project duties as assigned.