Randstad Construction Manager in Fresno, California

Construction Manager

job details:

  • location:Fresno, CA

  • salary:$40 - $50 per hour

  • date posted:Thursday, March 1, 2018

  • job type:Contract

  • reference:136950

job description

Construction Supervisor opportunities with a client located in the Fresno, CA area. This is a long term contract with potential to extend for someone to assist the Project Manager in managing the installation and completion of energy saving improvements at a federal facility. Mechanical background (boiler, chiller, air handlers) preferred.

Responsibilities for the Construction Manager

  • Assists PM to schedule and manage pre-construction meetings, subcontractor and owner's meetings

  • Monitor quality and safety of the subcontractors on various sites, adhering to OSHA standards

  • Work daily with customer and subcontractors to resolve unforeseen issues with the project

  • Coordinate collection of sign off sheets as well as collect and write daily reports of project progress

  • Keep projects running on schedule, coordinate with other subcontractors, order inspections, etc.

  • Ensure installed work meets specifications and resolve punch list items upon project completion

  • Performs other duties as deemed necessary by Project Manager

Requirements for the Construction Manager

  • Approximately 3 or more years related construction experience (preferably in performance contracting)

  • Experience with HVAC, electrical, power generation, steam, chilled water, hot water, control design, and/or mechanical systems

  • OSHA 30 Hours Mandatory, Federal and State safety regulations experience is a plus

  • Excellent communication skills (verbal and written) and ability to interface effectively with a diverse workforce and customer base

  • Ability to read, analyze and interpret mechanical and engineering periodicals and schematics, professional journals, technical procedures, and governmental regulations

  • Maturity and professionalism to effectively handle frequent exposure to senior management, as well as with external organizations, customers, and the public