Founded in 1908, Flintco is dynamic construction company with offices in Austin, Albuquerque, Houston, Memphis, Oklahoma City, Northwest Arkansas and Tulsa. Our mission is Building Leaders, and we strive to accomplish it through continuing education opportunities, goal setting and accountability and excellence at every level. The strength of our success rests in how we take a personal approach to each project, focusing on client goals, understanding the individual markets we serve and maximizing our national resources to their fullest extent. Our culture is based around guiding principles that have been compiled into the Flintco Ethos. Integrity, quality, safety and accountability are tenants that each Flintco employee should exemplify.
Senior Project Manager will act as the liaison between Flintco, the owner representatives, major subcontractors, architects and engineers, and provides valuable input based on his/her construction expertise to benefit the project. Responsible for providing management supervision to project personnel on assigned construction projects and ensuring that the projects are completed in compliance with Zero By Design, within budget and on schedule. Responsible for overall management direction for all the functions required to successfully deliver project(s), including assuring sufficient resource allocation. Supervises assigned subordinate Project Managers, Project Engineers, Superintendents, Assistant Superintendents and Project Secretaries.
Effectively hires, trains, coaches, disciplines and develops employees to achieve and maintain positive working relationships within the projects overseen. Achieves desired results through effective leadership and appropriate influence while adhering to established policies and procedures. Supervises projects’ staff. Determines methods and course of action to achieve operational goals though effective planning and efficient performance of the project. Strives for innovation.
Knowledge and ability to prepare detailed construction project plans, schedules and estimates and to make proper modifications to such, using a personal computer and standard company software. Ability to read and interpret construction drawings, shop drawings, technical specifications. Ability to calculate square footage, volumes and percentages using a personal computer and calculator. Ability and skill in communicating effectively, both orally and in writing, as in providing written and oral instructions to employees and in communicating with architects, clients and subcontractors. Knowledge of and application skills in geometry, trigonometry and algebra. Working knowledge of personal computers and basic software programs. Ability to manage project teams and large groups of personnel, and ability to accomplish desired results through delegation.
B.S. in engineering, construction management or related discipline, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
At least 10 years of progressively responsible experience in construction management, including estimating, project scheduling and control, and management of field personnel or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Specific project experience should include Animal Research and Vivarium buildings with sizes of $150M to $300M.