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Published By

Michelle Walther

Type of Job

Full Time

Published Date

January 1, 2024 at 8:00:00 PM


UBC is now hiring a hardworking, collegial, Project Manager “PM” with experience in multi-family construction. You will be responsible for managing the critical path decision-making aspects of an assigned building. PMs must work in tandem with Project Superintendent and Executive Team to effectively track, forecast, and oversee all financial and schedule-related impacts necessary to ensure the building is on time (or early) and on (or under) budget.


The responsibilities of the Project Manager position include:

Project Management/Construction

  • Assists and Supports Executive Team including Executive Vice President of Construction

  • Assist in Purchasing/Contractor Buy Out

  • Reviews updated Plan Addendums and makes narrative list of revisions

  • Updates PROCORE drawings (updated with current bulletins), updated plans and RFI responses

  • Reviews Submittals and Shop Drawings for Processing

  • Jobsite Office Set-Up with Superintendent

  • Assists in Preparation of Accelerated Micro-Schedule with Superintendent

  • Participates in Preconstruction Meetings and Close-Out Meetings

  • Coordinates and Obtains all Permits with Consultant and Trade Contractors

  • Coordinates and Schedules all Utility Companies for all Services Required

  • Prepares RFIs and Tracks RFI Responses

  • Manages Quality Control and Creates Punch Lists

  • Attend Jobsite Trade Contractor / Safety Meeting (Weekly)

  • Prepare back charges at occurrence, Submits to Trade Contractor and E.V.P

  • Trade Contractor Change Order Review

  • Updates Construction Schedules and Micro Schedules

  • Works to provide updates to Master Construction Schedules

  •  Prepares and Submits Delay Notifications and Delay Change Orders

  • Attends Trade Contractor Meetings and prepares Trade Contractor Meeting Minutes

  • Keeps Office Construction drawings updated with current bulletins, updated plans and RFI responses

  • Produces "As-Built" Drawings with Superintendent - Records Updates Weekly.

  • Enforce Project Safety, security and compliance at all times.


  • Processes Bid RFIs, Track Responses and Update Logs

  • Transmits Bid RFI Responses to Trade Contractors

  • Track Consultant Proposal Requests

  • Works with Vice President of Construction on Preconstruction Projects

  • Attends Team Meetings and Calls

  • Works with Team on Value Engineering

  • Works with Executive Team on Budgets


  • Must possess excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to communicate with others in a professional and objective manner, in both oral and written form.

  • Must be able to read and understand blueprints and other construction drawings.

  • Must possess knowledge of local and State regulations and building codes.

  • Must be proactive, assertive, and timely with effective decision-making skills and abilities.

  • Must be highly organized and able to successfully multi-task utilizing effective time management skills.

  • Ability to speak and understand the Spanish language highly preferred.

  • Ability to work under minimal supervision.

  • Must be able to work long hours including Saturdays with flexible work schedules, and available on call at all times to address delays, bad weather, and/or emergencies at the jobsite.



  • High School diploma or equivalent; Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited university in Architecture or Engineering.


  • Minimum 10-20 years of construction-related field or office experience as a Project Engineer, Estimator, Assistant Project Manager or similar position. 

  • Experience building multi-family apartments from inception to occupancy. 

  • Bluebeam


  • Microsoft Project


  • OSHA 30-hour Certification. 

  • (Preferred) CPR/First-Aid. (Preferred) 

  • LEED credentials. (Preferred)



UBC is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate because of age, color, sex, disability, national origin, race, religion, or veteran status as applicable to any federal or state standards.

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