RLH Construction - Personnel Project Manager Oviedo, FL · Full time

Looking for a Construction Project Manager


RLH Construction Project Managers are responsible for providing overall management, administration and technical direction, coordination, planning, scheduling, budget management, execution and completion of multiple commercial projects while ensuring company and project policies. RLH Construction Project Managers are the main interface between the client and the project team; they ensure the project is constructed in accordance with design, budget and schedule through subordinate managers and supervisors. A critical part of this position is the ability to communicate effectively with the project team, office staff, architects/engineers and clients to ensure project synchronization and our client’s visions are met.

Essential Functions:

  • Maintaining projects on schedule and within budget
  • Preparing and negotiating cost estimates, budgets, and work timetables
  • Developing baseline and actual schedules for analysis and schedule reduction
  • Ensuring quality by maintaining current and developing new quality control measures
  • Reporting on work progress and budget matters to COO and Clients by submitting weekly/monthly status reports
  • Collaborating with architects, engineers, and other construction and building specialists
  • Facilitating RFIs between field personnel and architects/engineers
  • Selecting, hiring, and instructing subcontractors including writing subcontracts and purchase orders clearly defining the material and/or scope of work
  • Complying with legal requirements, building and safety codes and other regulations
  • Responding to work delays and other problems/emergencies
  • Managing the buy-out process, including gathering the quotes and bids, reviewing the prices and scopes, developing the budget and negotiating prices
  • Clearly communicating to the Superintendent and Project Coordinator any owner driven changes to the as-built drawings
  • Maintaining open, daily communication and providing support to the Superintendent, Project Coordinator and Field staff
  • Supporting the COO by apprising him of scheduling delays, job site problems, manpower, and current profit and loss for each project
  • Assisting Estimator in estimating, bidding and negotiating projects if needed
  • Maintaining a timely flow of owner billings and invoice approvals
  • Informing CFO of any unusual payment terms, conditions or needs with subcontractors or suppliers


  • Decision-making skills; being able to choose personnel and subcontractors for specific tasks within a deadline
  • Managerial skills; being able to choose competent staff and employees, as well as establishing good working relationships with them, and delegating tasks
  • Ability to give clear orders, explain complex information to project team and clients, and discuss technical details with other building specialists
  • Writing Skills; must be able to write proposals, schedules, and budgets clearly for clients and others involved in the project
  • Microsoft Office Suites, MS Project and Timberline Proficient
  • Five Years’ experience, highly motivated, positive attitude, must possess high level of organizational skills and high degree of multi-tasking
  • Professional appearance and excellent written and verbal communication
  • Must be able to work in a high pace, high stress environment and maintain composure

Minimum Training and Experience:

  • Ten or more years’ experience in commercial/building construction
  • Ability to read and evaluate architectural/MEP drawings and relevant contract documents
  • OSHA 30 Certification (or obtain within the first six months of employment)
  • A construction related degree or equivalent technical training and/or equivalent experience in a related field (Degree not required)


$75,000 - $105,000 per year