Construction Project Manager

Job Description Construction Project Manager

Job Objectives
– To ensure the management of all project and construction development processes from inception to completion within budget and adhere to quality standards. Also to advice on issues relating to development process.

Reporting Relationships:
– Functional reports to Chief Project Development Officer
– Administratively reports to
– Supervises All Site Construction Activities

Roles & Responsibilities:
– Prepare the site of liaise with other construction professionals before construction work starts
– Develop the programme of work of strategy for making the project happen
– Plan ahead to prevent problems on the site before they occur
– Plan the delivery of storage of equipment of materials
– Make safety inspections of the site when work is underway to ensure regulations relating to HSE are adhered to
– Oversee running of several projects when necessary
– Use construction management software packages to plan smooth work flows
– Communicate effectively with a range of people (Client, Subordinates, suppliers, workforce of public)
– Any other projects and duties as required by management

Minimum Education Qualification:
– First degree in any Construction related field i.e. Building, Quantity surveying, Architecture etc from a reputable university.
– Master degree is an added advantage
– Full membership of national or internationally recognized professional institution such as the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE), NIOB, NIQS, RICS, NSE etc

Previous Work Experience Requirements:

– 8 years post qualification experience

– Information Technology literate;
– Proficient in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint and outlook.
– Analytical skills
– Conflict management and resolution
– Ability to interpret architectural/survey drawings of documents
– Oral and written communication
– Effective time management and logical decision-making ability
– Effective planning and organizational skills
– Strong focus and quality
– Capacity to handle pressure
– Physical and mental fitness is a given
– Ability to coordinate several major activities at once
– Ability to inspire and lead project teams
– Relationship management and leadership skills
– Execution
– Ability to implement and manage change.
– Acting professionally, ethically and with integrity.