About Carlton Electric:
Carlton Electric exists to power possibilities and enhance lives. We believe that who we are and who we are looking to hire can be summed up by our five core values:
It is our moral obligation to keep our co-workers and customers safe. From the job site to the office nothing comes before safety.
BE A GOOD PERSON
We admit and own our mistakes even if it hurts the bottom line. We keep our promises and treat others how we want to be treated. We look out for the best interest of our co-workers and our customers. We know good people make good businesses which make good communities.
DO THE RIGHT THING
We believe transparency and honesty breed trust. Trust is the foundation of a great relationship with our co-workers and our customers. We will never commit to something we cannot do.
STRIVE FOR EXCELLENCE
We are ambitious and competitive. We constantly challenge and innovate our own processes fostering personal and professional growth. We believe in never ending education as every level of the organization. We aim to improve ourselves every day. Aim high. Think big. Take risks.
WHATEVER IT TAKES
We never settle for “I don’t know.” We overcome obstacles, find solutions, and provide results. Everyone at any time is willing to be a broom pusher, a ditch digger, or a wire puller. We will get it done. Guaranteed.
The project manager is responsible for understanding the five (5) areas of the Construction Department and how they relate to each other. These departments include project management, field operations, estimating, pre-fabrication, and finance. The perfect fit for this position would be a hungry, humble, and smart self-starter who is looking for an opportunity to gain more skills and showcase their current experience through a variety of small projects. You have prior experience from a commercial electrical contractor and are ready to add value through your work as a project manager.
- Work closely with the construction operations team on a day-to-day basis.
- Manage $100,000-$500,000 projects with accuracy, efficiency, drive, and enthusiasm.
- Review customer contracts and have a thorough understanding of scope and responsibility for the project.
- Project cost-to-complete each month accurately and with actual data.
- Be able to explain variances from month-to-month.
- At minimum, attend monthly job-walks with each of your foremen to:
- Review percentage complete
- Track scheduling
- Projected hours
- Projected material
- Facilitate and schedule project turnover and project closeout meetings.
- Review work breakdown schedule with foreman and estimator.
- Create initial budget with estimator and foreman, which will be input into PM software and used for tracking actual data against budget.
- Perform and negotiate subcontractor and vendor selection, which may include:
- Request and review submittals from selected subcontractors and vendors.
- Issue Carlton Electric standard form AIA 401 Contracts to selected subcontractors.
- Requesting copies of Certificates of Insurance.
- Issuing POs with proper coding.
- Create submittal logs. Track material and material delivery dates.
- Manage and issue up to date sets of construction documents. Verify foreman are building off the contractual set of documents.
- Coordinate manpower and equipment needs with Field Operations.
- Accurately code or verify coding for invoicing and PO’s.
- Track Carlton and Vendor equipment costs (trucks, lifts, trenchers, etc.).
- Price change orders using Accubid Change Order with Carlton Electric standards.
- Negotiate pricing and schedule impacts with GC.
- Provide scope and updated drawings to foreman.
- Verify 3-week look ahead schedules are being sent weekly to yourself and client.
- Support the field! Run interference between foreman and client. Allow the foreman to build.
- Represent Carlton Electric well both on and off the jobsite.
- Monthly billings to customer including projected cash flows from start to finish.
- Keep accurate records of documents and communications, including but not limited to drawings, specs, quotes, emails, etc.
- Strengthen and develop customer relationships with current customers and seek out and build relationships with new customers.
- Support company goals, growth, and development.
- 3+ years of project management required.
- Electrical field experience required.
- Journeyman electricians license or above preferred but not required.
- Must know labor productivity tracking or be able to learn quickly.
- Must know how to create accurate cost to completes.
- Must understand a WIP (Work in Progress) schedule and over/under billings.
- Know how to schedule and sequence a project. P6 or Microsoft Project would be a bonus.
- Know how to use Accubid, Bluebeam, Excel, Word, and Outlook.
- Know how to breakdown and task projects.
- Strong leadership and teamwork skills.
- Know how to support the field (Our #1 priority for PMs here).
- Have great customer service skills and business communication.
- Must be able to pass a background check.
- Must be able to pass a drug test.
The Project Manager reports to the Vice President.
- Stand, walk, and sit.
- Use hands and fingers to type, grip, write, maneuver, feel objects, tools, or controls.
- Reach with hands and arms.
- Possess the ability to talk.
- Possess the ability to hear well either naturally or with correction.
- Possess the ability to see well either naturally or with correction.
- Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this job.
- Typical office setting noise levels to be expected.
- Opportunity for occasional remote work once fully trained and knowledgeable about company and role expectations.
- Occasional travel to jobsites, both indoor and outdoor, may be required.
Location: Denver, Colorado
Start Date: TBD
Schedule: Normal working hours of Monday-Friday 7AM – 4:00PM. This position may offer or require overtime, weekend, or holiday work.
Pay Rate: $80,000-$100,000+ depending on experience. *
*This pay rate is the good-faith and reasonable estimate of the range of possible compensation at the time of this job posting. Carlton Electric reserves the right to ultimately pay more or less than the posted rate if they believe the new range is determined in good faith. Carlton Electric reserves the right to adjust compensation based on, but not limited to, approved factors such as seniority, merit, quantity and/or quality systems, location, education and/or training, and required travel.
Other financial benefits: This position may be eligible for a yearly bonus.
Health Insurance: 100% of employee premiums are covered by Carlton Electric and coverage may be available to employee’s family as well.
Dental Insurance: 100% of employee premiums are covered by Carlton Electric and coverage may be available to employee’s family as well.
Vision Insurance: 100% of employee premiums are covered by Carlton Electric and coverage may be available to employee’s family as well.
Paid Holidays: After a 90 probationary period, employees enjoy (6) paid holidays including New Year’s Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day.
Paid Time Off: Employees accrue 1 hour per 24 hours worked, capped at 120 hours. Accrual begins immediately after beginning of employee’s employment with Carlton Electric.
401K: Employees are eligible for a 3.5% match on the first 6% of their 401K contributions.
Carlton Electric is an equal opportunity employer.
Carlton Electric does not discriminate against any protected category when determining salary and compensation for an employee.