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Title: Project accountant


Location: CA - Santa Monica
Issue Date: 2015-11-14 19:06:20
Issue Date: 2015-11-01 00:00:00

Description

Project Manager:
 
 
Position Description:
Leads, directs and coordinates the day-to-day management of the project.
Reports to: Senior Project Manager or Project Executive 
 
   
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
• Develop a high performance team through supervision, training, coaching, and mentoring. Ensure regular feedback is shared with staff including timely completion of employee performance appraisals.
• Understand and administer Turner’s contract and subcontract agreements.
• Foster and enhance owner, architect, subcontractor and vendor relations.
• Establish, update, and communicate Master Project Schedule and manage its implementation.
• May work with preconstruction team in development of project.
• Manage budget and financial reporting, interpret and analyze reports to insure adherence to project budget. 
• Manage the quality assurance/quality control program.
• Provide leadership in risk evaluation, contract negotiations, fee and pricing decisions.
• Ensure strict adherence to ethics and compliance requirements throughout the business unit.
• Manage and oversee field operation and engineering processes and procedures.
• Drive competencies to team on requirements for insurance, labor relations, and employee relations. 
• Drive enforcement of safety protocols by the project staff.
• Work with Accounting to initiate pay application process and follow up to ensure payment is received in a timely manner.
• Keep management informed on progress of project and budget through regularly scheduled Operation Review Meetings.
• Support and drive utilization of various Turner initiatives and technologies.
 
 
Qualifications
Bachelor’s degree plus a minimum of ten years’ related experience or an equivalent combination
of education, training and/or experience. Thorough knowledge of construction cost, scheduling,
estimating, purchasing and engineering principles and techniques, as well as accounting principles. 
Proven written and verbal communication abilities; proficiency with computer applications,
including Microsoft Office suite. Ability to read, understand and interpret contract documents,
drawings, specifications, scopes of work and project schedule. Ability to implement leading-edge technologies to benefit the project. Demonstrated leadership and interpersonal skills.
 
 
Physical Demands and Work Environment:
Physical Demands: 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. Performance of the required duties will require physical ability to climb permanent and temporary stairs, passenger use of construction personnel hoists, ability to climb ladders and negotiate work areas under construction. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus. Performing this job requires use of hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools or controls, sit, talk and hear, stand, climb, balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. 

Work Environment: The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee regularly works on-site at the construction work site where the employee is exposed to moving mechanical parts; high precarious places; fumes or airborne particles; outside weather conditions and risk of electrical shock. The noise in these work environments is usually moderate to very loud.
*May perform other duties as necessary or assigned.
ControlID: 14.234.89 SHR


Title: Superintendant (Minardos Group)


Location: CA - Santa Monica
Issue Date: 2015-11-12 15:21:36
Issue Date: 2016-01-01 00:00:00

Description

Overseer: Project Manager

Position Objective:
The Superintendent's role is to be the jobsite leader. The Superintendent proactively coordinates and controls the daily activities on specific projects to ensure that the project plan is properly executed and company standards are properly implemented. The Superintendent ensures that schedule and quality requirements for the projects are met.

Desired Business Skills & Knowledge:
  • Basic business communication and writing skills.
  • The ability to work exclusively in a field office environment.
  • Detailed knowledge of construction work, layout, operations, and constructability issues.
  • Thorough understanding architectural drawings, structural, civil and mechanical engineered plans and specification documents.
  • Quality control process understanding and implementation
  • Computer literate in Windows applications, Outlook (email) Word, Excel, & Master Builder
  • Estimating methods and plan take-off.
  • Degree in construction management or related field or equivalent experience
  • Field construction experience as a tradesman or Superintendent for a minimum of 7-10 years.
  • Must have thorough understanding of OSHA safety requirements
  • Working trade knowledge in site work, concrete, interior finishes, mechanical and electrical
  • Excellent interpersonal, organizational and teamwork skills
  • Experience in anticipating and resolving field issues, excellent leadership and organizational skills a must
  • Ability to supervise and manage all phases of construction
  • Experience & ability to work with City Building officials, owners, architects, engineers, and subcontractors
  • Attention to detail at every stage of the process.
  • Customer/client satisfaction

Summary of Responsibilities:
  1. Leadership
    1. Provide daily leadership to further the mission of the project.
    2. Daily, weekly and monthly planning to promote execution and limit risk
  1. Field Operations
    1. Daily field supervision. Coordinate all subcontractor, vendor, in-house labor and weekend work.
    2. Preparation of daily reports, time sheets, safety logs, equipment rentals and cost coding
    3. Coordinate city inspections, deputy inspections and engineer observations
    4. Responsible for maintaining and organizing field office
    5. Manage the construction and permit set of plans. Update accordingly with SK's, RFI's and revisions.
    6. Must be fully knowledgeable of applicable building codes
    7. Manage and update drawing for MEP trades
  1. Project Plan
    1. Actively participate in creating and updating the Project Plan. This consists of reviewing and commenting on the scope statement, submittal schedule, control schedule, risk register, quality control checklist, control estimate and cash flow.
    2. Participate in Consulting Group services for new projects regarding constructability, scheduling, budgeting and vendor selection
  1. Communication
    1. Use appropriate communication at all times to all people
    2. Prepare and distribute daily and weekly progress reports to project team, Building Group Manager and President
    3. Prepare for and actively participate in internal weekly action planning meetings and the weekly owner/architect meeting
    4. Proper company representation to prospective clients
  1. Schedule Control
    1. Use the schedule as a tool to promote proper production cadence.
    2. Perform Client & material scheduling
    3. Participate in the creation of the control schedule
    4. Responsible for maintaining project schedule and create schedule mitigation plan to offset delays or labor shortfalls
    5. Coordinate schedule updates, and status the schedules as the work progresses. Track schedule issues daily and send bi-weekly update to scheduler.
    6. Participate in monthly schedule presentation to owner
    7. Prepare detailed short interval schedule (SIS) on a weekly basis and submit to Project Manager and Building Group Manager
    8. Create and update Live SIS schedule at project office on a weekly basis
    9. Proactively manage Building Department inspections
  1. Quality Control
    1. Thorough knowledge of Minardos Group quality standards and the specific milestones and standards that apply to the given project.
    2. Post upcoming quality control milestones and coordinate subcontractor and Minardos Group resources to meet the milestone. Schedule and conduct milestone jobwalks with Building Group Manager and Project Manager in a timely and effective manner.
    3. Thorough understanding for the submittal process. Push for submittal approvals. Ensure that vendor and subcontractor work complies with submittal prior to work being executed at site.
    4. Continuous physical inspection of all work performed to ensure standards are being met and construction is adhering to plans and specifications.
  1. Document Control
    1. Must have a thorough understanding of all document control processes including SK's, RFI's, Change in Scope, Submittals, Coordinate RFI's issues and updates with PE.
    2. Able to locate needed information at all times.
  1. Cost Control
    1. Estimating, Bidding & Buyout:
      1. Perform quantity surveys for estimates as required for buyout.
      2. Meet with Subcontractors on site to review site issues affecting pricing.
      3. Prepare scope for PE to issue as RFP to vendors
      4. Review and approve subcontracts prior to issuance.
    2. Budget and Billing Processing
      1. Review and signoff on vendor invoices for conformance to project specifications and quality.
      2. Assist PM in tracking and updating cash flows, budget reports and contingency usage
      3. Anticipate and identify changes to the scope and communicate accordingly in order to enable prompt decision making.
    3. Assist in the preparation, information gathering, and distribution of vendor change order documents
    4. Assist in the preparation and distribution of prime contract change documents.
  1. Subcontractor & Vendor Management
    1. Thorough knowledge of the scope to be performed by subcontractors and vendors.
    2. Enforcement of subcontract provisions and ensures compliance with plans and specs, safety, quality control procedures and standards
    3. Daily communication with Subcontractors through calls and meetings.
    4. Weekly planning with Subcontractor foremen for week's activities and schedule management.
    5. Actively mitigate subcontractor disputes
  1. Risk Management
    1. Act as the onsite Safety Officer. (See Safety Officer job description)
    2. Thorough understanding of safety requirements
    3. Maintain a clean and orderly jobsite
    4. Ensure safety records and documentation are readily availably and up to date
    5. Conduct weekly jobsite safety meetings and forward meeting notes to Safety Manager
    6. Ensure that proper safety precautions and equipment are available and in place to protect persons and property
    7. Conduct safety interviews and orientation with all venders and Minardos Group labor who enter site
  1. Project Closeout
    1. Work towards a zero punch list throughout the project.
    2. Actively coordinate and manage vender closeout and punch list execution.
    3. Obtain certificate of occupancy and / or final building sign off.
    4. Record and maintain as-built drawings
ControlID: 14.234.89 SHR



Title: Office Person Data Entry (Minardos Group)


Location: CA - Santa Monica
Issue Date: 2015-11-12 15:19:14
Issue Date: 2015-11-01 00:00:00

Description

Data Entry:
Responsibilities
  • Provide support to project managers in typing/revision of complex reports, correspondence, spreadsheets, etc.
  • Coordinate travel arrangements for department staff
  • Complete special projects by clarifying project objectives, setting timetables and schedules, conducting research, organizing information, and completing project within timelines established
  • Responsible for formatting all outgoing GHD documents, including memos, letters, reports and proposals
  • Handling correspondence as directed including, but not limited to: proofreading, copying, scanning, emailing, document editing, report preparation and distribution
  • Assisting project managers with redlining and editing of reports and proposals
  • Data Entry utilizing Microsoft Excel spreadsheets and reports
  • Maintaining high awareness of all project deadlines and schedules, to ensure early or on time completion
  • Responsible for collating, binding and final production of reports and proposals
  • Maintaining all electronic and paper filing systems as per ISO Standards
  • Assist with managing the vehicle program and cell phone program
  • Working cohesively as a team within the office; providing proof-reading, quality control and assisting team members as needed
  • Perform general office duties associated with office equipment and supplies as well as mail distribution
  • Provide backup support to Receptionist by answering phones, greeting clients, and communicating with vendors; establish conference calls, assist clients, and project management staff


Qualifications
  • High School Diploma
  • 2 plus years of administrative support experience in a professional office environment
  • Professional attitude and positive work ethic
  • Ability to work with little supervision and achieve superior results
  • Willing to fill in and cover wherever needed within the office
  • Strong attention to detail and accuracy
  • Ability to handle difficult situations and work well with multiple instructions and directions
  • Excellent organizational skills with ability to multi-task and prioritize to meet short deadlines
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite (Must be strong in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and Adobe PDF Writer)
  • Self-motivated and willingness to work as a team in a fast-paced environment
  • Strong written and verbal communication required
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality in all matters of correspondence, telephone messages and personal conversations
ControlID: 14.234.89 SHR



Title: Project Engineer (Minardos Group)


Location: CA - Santa Monica
Issue Date: 2015-11-12 15:17:55
Issue Date: 2015-10-15 00:00:00

Description

Overseer: Project Manager
Position Objective: The Project Engineer (PE) is to be a proactive member of the production team who actively identifies and resolves open issues. The PE is to provide consistent execution of established company Document Control systems used to manage the project's Construction Documents, buyout and closeout. Desired Business Skills & Knowledge: Business communication and writing skills. The ability to work in both a field and office environment. Basic knowledge of construction means & methods and project sequencing. General understanding architectural drawings, structural, civil and mechanical engineered plans and specification documents. Proficient in Windows applications, Outlook (email) Word, Excel, & Master Builder Estimating methods and plan take-off. Excellent interpersonal, organizational and teamwork skills Experience in anticipating and resolving issues Ability to work independently and proactively Attention to detail CSI certification as a Construction Documents Technologist (CDT) Customer/Client service
Summary of Responsibilities: 1. Leadership a. Actively pursue and promote the mission of the project. b. Daily assessment of the needs of the team and the project.
2. Field Operations: Provide direct support in the efforts of the Project Manager and Superintendent
3. Project Plan: a. Actively participate in creating and updating the Project Plan. This consists of reviewing and commenting on the scope statement, submittal schedule, control schedule, risk register, quality control checklist, control estimate and cash flow. b. Participate in Consulting Group services for new projects regarding estimating, scheduling, and vendor selection
4. Communication a. Use appropriate communication at all times to all people b. Prepare for and actively participate in internal weekly action planning c. Updating, filing, and distributing the agreed upon follow through of site meetings and correspondence with the effected parties in accordance with the established company procedures. This includes internal, owner/architect and vendor meetings.

5. Schedule Control a. Use the schedule as a tool to promote proper production cadence. b. Participate in the creation of the control schedule and subsequent updates c. Thorough understanding of the submittal schedule and buyout timing. d. Participate in monthly schedule updates and presentation to owner e. Must understand how to read and use the project schedule and short interval schedules f. Maintain Schedule files and distribute to all required parties.
6. Quality Control a. Thorough knowledge of Minardos Group quality process in general and the standards that apply to the given project. b. Request for Information: Prepare drafts for distribution. Monitor and distribute RFIs to all required parties. Post status and responses. c. Submittals: i. Assist in the review, modification, and updating of all material selection and task specification schedules as approved by the project owners and/or their representatives. ii. Assist in the review and modification of all subcontractor or supplier shop drawings for conformity to architectural drawings, actual site, and field conditions. iii. Monitor and distribute submittal packages to all required parties. iv. Coordinate and verify approval by Architects and/or Designers for conformity to the Owners or their aesthetic and design requirements.
7. Document Control a. Must have an expert knowledge in all document control processes including: RFP's, Subcontracting, Purchase Orders, RFI's, Submittals, Change Notices, Schedule Notices, SK's, Architectural Supplemental Instructions (ASI's), and associated logs. b. Utilize and operate company document management software for all applicable document production and tracking with a high level of expertise. c. Set up and maintain document filing systems and logs for: Submittals; Transmittals; Correspondence; Construction Schedules; Task Schedules; Daily Job Reports; Request for Information; Vendor Change Orders; Prime Contract Change Orders. d. Set up, maintain and post changes to office plan and specification filing systems including: Working Drawing sets; Historical Drawing sets; Permit Drawing sets; Shop Drawing sets; and As-Built Drawing sets. e. Procure and file Material Safety Data Sheet records in accordance with established company Safety Procedures. f. Catalog and maintain photographic files.
8. Cost Control a. Estimating, Bidding & Buyout i. Perform quantity surveys for estimates as required for buyout. ii. Prepare, distribute and monitor bid packages (RFP's) for vendor bids. iii. Perform bid analysis on submitted vendor contract bids and change order proposals. iv. Prepare and issue subcontracts and purchase order per Minardos Group standards b. Contract Administration: i. Study each subcontract and purchase order to understand the scope of work to be performed.

ii. Cataloging and distributing change information to the effected trades for pricing and coordination of efforts. iii. Assist in the preparation, information gathering, and distribution of prime and subcontractor change order documents c. Budget and Billing Processing: i. Review and signoff on vendor invoices for conformance to budget and subcontract. ii. Assist PM and Project Accountant in tracking expenses, managing contingencies and preparing budget reports. iii. Anticipate and identify changes to the scope and communicate accordingly in order to enable prompt decision making.
9. Risk Management a. Understand the Minardos Group safety standards in order to promote a safe jobsite. b. Confirm all fully executed subcontracts and proper insurance certificate are provided prior to the subcontractor beginning work. c. Consistent knowledge of project risks and regular participation in mitigation of risks.
10. Project Closeout a. Procure and compile all subcontractor, vendor and manufacturer instructions, warranties and any other related paperwork in the site office field file for incorporation into the Operating and Maintenance Manual at the completion of work. b. During the job close out phase assist in compiling and maintaining punch list through final completion of work. c. Coordinate reduction of the project file, archiving of the project documents and scanning the appropriate documents and plans. d. Prepare close out documents for client.

ControlID: 14.234.89 SHR



Title: Superintendant (Minardos Group)


Location: CA - Beverly Hills
Issue Date: 2015-11-12 15:16:50
Issue Date: 2015-10-16 00:00:00

Description

Overseer: Project Manager

Position Objective:
The Superintendent's role is to be the jobsite leader. The Superintendent proactively coordinates and controls the daily activities on specific projects to ensure that the project plan is properly executed and company standards are properly implemented. The Superintendent ensures that schedule and quality requirements for the projects are met.

Desired Business Skills & Knowledge:
  • Basic business communication and writing skills.
  • The ability to work exclusively in a field office environment.
  • Detailed knowledge of construction work, layout, operations, and constructability issues.
  • Thorough understanding architectural drawings, structural, civil and mechanical engineered plans and specification documents.
  • Quality control process understanding and implementation
  • Computer literate in Windows applications, Outlook (email) Word, Excel, & Master Builder
  • Estimating methods and plan take-off.
  • Degree in construction management or related field or equivalent experience
  • Field construction experience as a tradesman or Superintendent for a minimum of 7-10 years.
  • Must have thorough understanding of OSHA safety requirements
  • Working trade knowledge in site work, concrete, interior finishes, mechanical and electrical
  • Excellent interpersonal, organizational and teamwork skills
  • Experience in anticipating and resolving field issues, excellent leadership and organizational skills a must
  • Ability to supervise and manage all phases of construction
  • Experience & ability to work with City Building officials, owners, architects, engineers, and subcontractors
  • Attention to detail at every stage of the process.
  • Customer/client satisfaction

Summary of Responsibilities:
  1. Leadership
    1. Provide daily leadership to further the mission of the project.
    2. Daily, weekly and monthly planning to promote execution and limit risk
  1. Field Operations
    1. Daily field supervision. Coordinate all subcontractor, vendor, in-house labor and weekend work.
    2. Preparation of daily reports, time sheets, safety logs, equipment rentals and cost coding
    3. Coordinate city inspections, deputy inspections and engineer observations
    4. Responsible for maintaining and organizing field office
    5. Manage the construction and permit set of plans. Update accordingly with SK's, RFI's and revisions.
    6. Must be fully knowledgeable of applicable building codes
    7. Manage and update drawing for MEP trades
  1. Project Plan
    1. Actively participate in creating and updating the Project Plan. This consists of reviewing and commenting on the scope statement, submittal schedule, control schedule, risk register, quality control checklist, control estimate and cash flow.
    2. Participate in Consulting Group services for new projects regarding constructability, scheduling, budgeting and vendor selection
  1. Communication
    1. Use appropriate communication at all times to all people
    2. Prepare and distribute daily and weekly progress reports to project team, Building Group Manager and President
    3. Prepare for and actively participate in internal weekly action planning meetings and the weekly owner/architect meeting
    4. Proper company representation to prospective clients
  1. Schedule Control
    1. Use the schedule as a tool to promote proper production cadence.
    2. Perform Client & material scheduling
    3. Participate in the creation of the control schedule
    4. Responsible for maintaining project schedule and create schedule mitigation plan to offset delays or labor shortfalls
    5. Coordinate schedule updates, and status the schedules as the work progresses. Track schedule issues daily and send bi-weekly update to scheduler.
    6. Participate in monthly schedule presentation to owner
    7. Prepare detailed short interval schedule (SIS) on a weekly basis and submit to Project Manager and Building Group Manager
    8. Create and update Live SIS schedule at project office on a weekly basis
    9. Proactively manage Building Department inspections
  1. Quality Control
    1. Thorough knowledge of Minardos Group quality standards and the specific milestones and standards that apply to the given project.
    2. Post upcoming quality control milestones and coordinate subcontractor and Minardos Group resources to meet the milestone. Schedule and conduct milestone jobwalks with Building Group Manager and Project Manager in a timely and effective manner.
    3. Thorough understanding for the submittal process. Push for submittal approvals. Ensure that vendor and subcontractor work complies with submittal prior to work being executed at site.
    4. Continuous physical inspection of all work performed to ensure standards are being met and construction is adhering to plans and specifications.
  1. Document Control
    1. Must have a thorough understanding of all document control processes including SK's, RFI's, Change in Scope, Submittals, Coordinate RFI's issues and updates with PE.
    2. Able to locate needed information at all times.
  1. Cost Control
    1. Estimating, Bidding & Buyout:
      1. Perform quantity surveys for estimates as required for buyout.
      2. Meet with Subcontractors on site to review site issues affecting pricing.
      3. Prepare scope for PE to issue as RFP to vendors
      4. Review and approve subcontracts prior to issuance.
    2. Budget and Billing Processing
      1. Review and signoff on vendor invoices for conformance to project specifications and quality.
      2. Assist PM in tracking and updating cash flows, budget reports and contingency usage
      3. Anticipate and identify changes to the scope and communicate accordingly in order to enable prompt decision making.
    3. Assist in the preparation, information gathering, and distribution of vendor change order documents
    4. Assist in the preparation and distribution of prime contract change documents.
  1. Subcontractor & Vendor Management
    1. Thorough knowledge of the scope to be performed by subcontractors and vendors.
    2. Enforcement of subcontract provisions and ensures compliance with plans and specs, safety, quality control procedures and standards
    3. Daily communication with Subcontractors through calls and meetings.
    4. Weekly planning with Subcontractor foremen for week's activities and schedule management.
    5. Actively mitigate subcontractor disputes
  1. Risk Management
    1. Act as the onsite Safety Officer. (See Safety Officer job description)
    2. Thorough understanding of safety requirements
    3. Maintain a clean and orderly jobsite
    4. Ensure safety records and documentation are readily availably and up to date
    5. Conduct weekly jobsite safety meetings and forward meeting notes to Safety Manager
    6. Ensure that proper safety precautions and equipment are available and in place to protect persons and property
    7. Conduct safety interviews and orientation with all venders and Minardos Group labor who enter site
  1. Project Closeout
    1. Work towards a zero punch list throughout the project.
    2. Actively coordinate and manage vender closeout and punch list execution.
    3. Obtain certificate of occupancy and / or final building sign off.
    4. Record and maintain as-built drawings
ControlID: 14.234.89 SHR



Title: Project accountant


Location: CA - Santa Monica
Issue Date: 2015-11-11 13:31:14
Issue Date: 2015-11-01 00:00:00

Description

Project Manager:
 
 
Position Description:
Leads, directs and coordinates the day-to-day management of the project.
Reports to: Senior Project Manager or Project Executive 
 
   
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
• Develop a high performance team through supervision, training, coaching, and mentoring. Ensure regular feedback is shared with staff including timely completion of employee performance appraisals.
• Understand and administer Turner’s contract and subcontract agreements.
• Foster and enhance owner, architect, subcontractor and vendor relations.
• Establish, update, and communicate Master Project Schedule and manage its implementation.
• May work with preconstruction team in development of project.
• Manage budget and financial reporting, interpret and analyze reports to insure adherence to project budget. 
• Manage the quality assurance/quality control program.
• Provide leadership in risk evaluation, contract negotiations, fee and pricing decisions.
• Ensure strict adherence to ethics and compliance requirements throughout the business unit.
• Manage and oversee field operation and engineering processes and procedures.
• Drive competencies to team on requirements for insurance, labor relations, and employee relations. 
• Drive enforcement of safety protocols by the project staff.
• Work with Accounting to initiate pay application process and follow up to ensure payment is received in a timely manner.
• Keep management informed on progress of project and budget through regularly scheduled Operation Review Meetings.
• Support and drive utilization of various Turner initiatives and technologies.
 
 
Qualifications
Bachelor’s degree plus a minimum of ten years’ related experience or an equivalent combination
of education, training and/or experience. Thorough knowledge of construction cost, scheduling,
estimating, purchasing and engineering principles and techniques, as well as accounting principles. 
Proven written and verbal communication abilities; proficiency with computer applications,
including Microsoft Office suite. Ability to read, understand and interpret contract documents,
drawings, specifications, scopes of work and project schedule. Ability to implement leading-edge technologies to benefit the project. Demonstrated leadership and interpersonal skills.
 
 
Physical Demands and Work Environment:
Physical Demands: 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. Performance of the required duties will require physical ability to climb permanent and temporary stairs, passenger use of construction personnel hoists, ability to climb ladders and negotiate work areas under construction. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus. Performing this job requires use of hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools or controls, sit, talk and hear, stand, climb, balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. 

Work Environment: The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee regularly works on-site at the construction work site where the employee is exposed to moving mechanical parts; high precarious places; fumes or airborne particles; outside weather conditions and risk of electrical shock. The noise in these work environments is usually moderate to very loud.
*May perform other duties as necessary or assigned.
ControlID: 14.234.89 SHR


Title: Project Engineer (Minardos Group)


Location: CA - Santa Monica
Issue Date: 2015-10-15 19:19:59
Issue Date: 2015-10-15 00:00:00

Description

Overseer: Project Manager
Position Objective: The Project Engineer (PE) is to be a proactive member of the production team who actively identifies and resolves open issues. The PE is to provide consistent execution of established company Document Control systems used to manage the project's Construction Documents, buyout and closeout. Desired Business Skills & Knowledge: Business communication and writing skills. The ability to work in both a field and office environment. Basic knowledge of construction means & methods and project sequencing. General understanding architectural drawings, structural, civil and mechanical engineered plans and specification documents. Proficient in Windows applications, Outlook (email) Word, Excel, & Master Builder Estimating methods and plan take-off. Excellent interpersonal, organizational and teamwork skills Experience in anticipating and resolving issues Ability to work independently and proactively Attention to detail CSI certification as a Construction Documents Technologist (CDT) Customer/Client service
Summary of Responsibilities: 1. Leadership a. Actively pursue and promote the mission of the project. b. Daily assessment of the needs of the team and the project.
2. Field Operations: Provide direct support in the efforts of the Project Manager and Superintendent
3. Project Plan: a. Actively participate in creating and updating the Project Plan. This consists of reviewing and commenting on the scope statement, submittal schedule, control schedule, risk register, quality control checklist, control estimate and cash flow. b. Participate in Consulting Group services for new projects regarding estimating, scheduling, and vendor selection
4. Communication a. Use appropriate communication at all times to all people b. Prepare for and actively participate in internal weekly action planning c. Updating, filing, and distributing the agreed upon follow through of site meetings and correspondence with the effected parties in accordance with the established company procedures. This includes internal, owner/architect and vendor meetings.

5. Schedule Control a. Use the schedule as a tool to promote proper production cadence. b. Participate in the creation of the control schedule and subsequent updates c. Thorough understanding of the submittal schedule and buyout timing. d. Participate in monthly schedule updates and presentation to owner e. Must understand how to read and use the project schedule and short interval schedules f. Maintain Schedule files and distribute to all required parties.
6. Quality Control a. Thorough knowledge of Minardos Group quality process in general and the standards that apply to the given project. b. Request for Information: Prepare drafts for distribution. Monitor and distribute RFIs to all required parties. Post status and responses. c. Submittals: i. Assist in the review, modification, and updating of all material selection and task specification schedules as approved by the project owners and/or their representatives. ii. Assist in the review and modification of all subcontractor or supplier shop drawings for conformity to architectural drawings, actual site, and field conditions. iii. Monitor and distribute submittal packages to all required parties. iv. Coordinate and verify approval by Architects and/or Designers for conformity to the Owners or their aesthetic and design requirements.
7. Document Control a. Must have an expert knowledge in all document control processes including: RFP's, Subcontracting, Purchase Orders, RFI's, Submittals, Change Notices, Schedule Notices, SK's, Architectural Supplemental Instructions (ASI's), and associated logs. b. Utilize and operate company document management software for all applicable document production and tracking with a high level of expertise. c. Set up and maintain document filing systems and logs for: Submittals; Transmittals; Correspondence; Construction Schedules; Task Schedules; Daily Job Reports; Request for Information; Vendor Change Orders; Prime Contract Change Orders. d. Set up, maintain and post changes to office plan and specification filing systems including: Working Drawing sets; Historical Drawing sets; Permit Drawing sets; Shop Drawing sets; and As-Built Drawing sets. e. Procure and file Material Safety Data Sheet records in accordance with established company Safety Procedures. f. Catalog and maintain photographic files.
8. Cost Control a. Estimating, Bidding & Buyout i. Perform quantity surveys for estimates as required for buyout. ii. Prepare, distribute and monitor bid packages (RFP's) for vendor bids. iii. Perform bid analysis on submitted vendor contract bids and change order proposals. iv. Prepare and issue subcontracts and purchase order per Minardos Group standards b. Contract Administration: i. Study each subcontract and purchase order to understand the scope of work to be performed.

ii. Cataloging and distributing change information to the effected trades for pricing and coordination of efforts. iii. Assist in the preparation, information gathering, and distribution of prime and subcontractor change order documents c. Budget and Billing Processing: i. Review and signoff on vendor invoices for conformance to budget and subcontract. ii. Assist PM and Project Accountant in tracking expenses, managing contingencies and preparing budget reports. iii. Anticipate and identify changes to the scope and communicate accordingly in order to enable prompt decision making.
9. Risk Management a. Understand the Minardos Group safety standards in order to promote a safe jobsite. b. Confirm all fully executed subcontracts and proper insurance certificate are provided prior to the subcontractor beginning work. c. Consistent knowledge of project risks and regular participation in mitigation of risks.
10. Project Closeout a. Procure and compile all subcontractor, vendor and manufacturer instructions, warranties and any other related paperwork in the site office field file for incorporation into the Operating and Maintenance Manual at the completion of work. b. During the job close out phase assist in compiling and maintaining punch list through final completion of work. c. Coordinate reduction of the project file, archiving of the project documents and scanning the appropriate documents and plans. d. Prepare close out documents for client.

ControlID: 14.234.89 SHR



Title: Superintendant (Minardos Group)


Location: CA - Santa Monica
Issue Date: 2015-10-15 19:14:30
Issue Date: 2016-01-01 00:00:00

Description

Overseer: Project Manager

Position Objective:
The Superintendent's role is to be the jobsite leader. The Superintendent proactively coordinates and controls the daily activities on specific projects to ensure that the project plan is properly executed and company standards are properly implemented. The Superintendent ensures that schedule and quality requirements for the projects are met.

Desired Business Skills & Knowledge:
  • Basic business communication and writing skills.
  • The ability to work exclusively in a field office environment.
  • Detailed knowledge of construction work, layout, operations, and constructability issues.
  • Thorough understanding architectural drawings, structural, civil and mechanical engineered plans and specification documents.
  • Quality control process understanding and implementation
  • Computer literate in Windows applications, Outlook (email) Word, Excel, & Master Builder
  • Estimating methods and plan take-off.
  • Degree in construction management or related field or equivalent experience
  • Field construction experience as a tradesman or Superintendent for a minimum of 7-10 years.
  • Must have thorough understanding of OSHA safety requirements
  • Working trade knowledge in site work, concrete, interior finishes, mechanical and electrical
  • Excellent interpersonal, organizational and teamwork skills
  • Experience in anticipating and resolving field issues, excellent leadership and organizational skills a must
  • Ability to supervise and manage all phases of construction
  • Experience & ability to work with City Building officials, owners, architects, engineers, and subcontractors
  • Attention to detail at every stage of the process.
  • Customer/client satisfaction

Summary of Responsibilities:
  1. Leadership
    1. Provide daily leadership to further the mission of the project.
    2. Daily, weekly and monthly planning to promote execution and limit risk
  1. Field Operations
    1. Daily field supervision. Coordinate all subcontractor, vendor, in-house labor and weekend work.
    2. Preparation of daily reports, time sheets, safety logs, equipment rentals and cost coding
    3. Coordinate city inspections, deputy inspections and engineer observations
    4. Responsible for maintaining and organizing field office
    5. Manage the construction and permit set of plans. Update accordingly with SK's, RFI's and revisions.
    6. Must be fully knowledgeable of applicable building codes
    7. Manage and update drawing for MEP trades


  1. Project Plan
    1. Actively participate in creating and updating the Project Plan. This consists of reviewing and commenting on the scope statement, submittal schedule, control schedule, risk register, quality control checklist, control estimate and cash flow.
    2. Participate in Consulting Group services for new projects regarding constructability, scheduling, budgeting and vendor selection
  1. Communication
    1. Use appropriate communication at all times to all people
    2. Prepare and distribute daily and weekly progress reports to project team, Building Group Manager and President
    3. Prepare for and actively participate in internal weekly action planning meetings and the weekly owner/architect meeting
    4. Proper company representation to prospective clients
  1. Schedule Control
    1. Use the schedule as a tool to promote proper production cadence.
    2. Perform Client & material scheduling
    3. Participate in the creation of the control schedule
    4. Responsible for maintaining project schedule and create schedule mitigation plan to offset delays or labor shortfalls
    5. Coordinate schedule updates, and status the schedules as the work progresses. Track schedule issues daily and send bi-weekly update to scheduler.
    6. Participate in monthly schedule presentation to owner
    7. Prepare detailed short interval schedule (SIS) on a weekly basis and submit to Project Manager and Building Group Manager
    8. Create and update Live SIS schedule at project office on a weekly basis
    9. Proactively manage Building Department inspections
  1. Quality Control
    1. Thorough knowledge of Minardos Group quality standards and the specific milestones and standards that apply to the given project.
    2. Post upcoming quality control milestones and coordinate subcontractor and Minardos Group resources to meet the milestone. Schedule and conduct milestone jobwalks with Building Group Manager and Project Manager in a timely and effective manner.
    3. Thorough understanding for the submittal process. Push for submittal approvals. Ensure that vendor and subcontractor work complies with submittal prior to work being executed at site.
    4. Continuous physical inspection of all work performed to ensure standards are being met and construction is adhering to plans and specifications.
  1. Document Control
    1. Must have a thorough understanding of all document control processes including SK's, RFI's, Change in Scope, Submittals, Coordinate RFI's issues and updates with PE.
    2. Able to locate needed information at all times.


  1. Cost Control
    1. Estimating, Bidding & Buyout:
      1. Perform quantity surveys for estimates as required for buyout.
      2. Meet with Subcontractors on site to review site issues affecting pricing.
      3. Prepare scope for PE to issue as RFP to vendors
      4. Review and approve subcontracts prior to issuance.
    2. Budget and Billing Processing
      1. Review and signoff on vendor invoices for conformance to project specifications and quality.
      2. Assist PM in tracking and updating cash flows, budget reports and contingency usage
      3. Anticipate and identify changes to the scope and communicate accordingly in order to enable prompt decision making.
    3. Assist in the preparation, information gathering, and distribution of vendor change order documents
    4. Assist in the preparation and distribution of prime contract change documents.
  1. Subcontractor & Vendor Management
    1. Thorough knowledge of the scope to be performed by subcontractors and vendors.
    2. Enforcement of subcontract provisions and ensures compliance with plans and specs, safety, quality control procedures and standards
    3. Daily communication with Subcontractors through calls and meetings.
    4. Weekly planning with Subcontractor foremen for week's activities and schedule management.
    5. Actively mitigate subcontractor disputes
  1. Risk Management
    1. Act as the onsite Safety Officer. (See Safety Officer job description)
    2. Thorough understanding of safety requirements
    3. Maintain a clean and orderly jobsite
    4. Ensure safety records and documentation are readily availably and up to date
    5. Conduct weekly jobsite safety meetings and forward meeting notes to Safety Manager
    6. Ensure that proper safety precautions and equipment are available and in place to protect persons and property
    7. Conduct safety interviews and orientation with all venders and Minardos Group labor who enter site
  1. Project Closeout
    1. Work towards a zero punch list throughout the project.
    2. Actively coordinate and manage vender closeout and punch list execution.
    3. Obtain certificate of occupancy and / or final building sign off.
    4. Record and maintain as-built drawings
ControlID: 14.234.89 SHR



Title: Project accountant


Location: CA - Santa Monica
Issue Date: 2015-10-15 19:12:27
Issue Date: 2015-11-01 00:00:00

Description

Project Manager:
 
 
Position Description:
Leads, directs and coordinates the day-to-day management of the project.
Reports to: Senior Project Manager or Project Executive 
 
   
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
• Develop a high performance team through supervision, training, coaching, and mentoring. Ensure regular feedback is shared with staff including timely completion of employee performance appraisals.
• Understand and administer Turner’s contract and subcontract agreements.
• Foster and enhance owner, architect, subcontractor and vendor relations.
• Establish, update, and communicate Master Project Schedule and manage its implementation.
• May work with preconstruction team in development of project.
• Manage budget and financial reporting, interpret and analyze reports to insure adherence to project budget. 
• Manage the quality assurance/quality control program.
• Provide leadership in risk evaluation, contract negotiations, fee and pricing decisions.
• Ensure strict adherence to ethics and compliance requirements throughout the business unit.
• Manage and oversee field operation and engineering processes and procedures.
• Drive competencies to team on requirements for insurance, labor relations, and employee relations. 
• Drive enforcement of safety protocols by the project staff.
• Work with Accounting to initiate pay application process and follow up to ensure payment is received in a timely manner.
• Keep management informed on progress of project and budget through regularly scheduled Operation Review Meetings.
• Support and drive utilization of various Turner initiatives and technologies.
 
 
Qualifications
Bachelor’s degree plus a minimum of ten years’ related experience or an equivalent combination
of education, training and/or experience. Thorough knowledge of construction cost, scheduling,
estimating, purchasing and engineering principles and techniques, as well as accounting principles. 
Proven written and verbal communication abilities; proficiency with computer applications,
including Microsoft Office suite. Ability to read, understand and interpret contract documents,
drawings, specifications, scopes of work and project schedule. Ability to implement leading-edge technologies to benefit the project. Demonstrated leadership and interpersonal skills.
 
 
Physical Demands and Work Environment:
Physical Demands: 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. Performance of the required duties will require physical ability to climb permanent and temporary stairs, passenger use of construction personnel hoists, ability to climb ladders and negotiate work areas under construction. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus. Performing this job requires use of hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools or controls, sit, talk and hear, stand, climb, balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. 

Work Environment: The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee regularly works on-site at the construction work site where the employee is exposed to moving mechanical parts; high precarious places; fumes or airborne particles; outside weather conditions and risk of electrical shock. The noise in these work environments is usually moderate to very loud.
*May perform other duties as necessary or assigned.
ControlID: 14.234.89 SHR