Gene B. Glick

The Capital Project Specialist coordinates all tasks related to a Capital Project including but not limited to Estimating, Permitting, Subcontractor/Vendor Contracts, and Management of site construction as required to successfully complete projects on schedule and within budget.  This includes maintaining the highest quality, supervising all trade and field personnel, while administering good construction safety practices with all on-site activities.  Reports to Director of Engineering and Facilities.

Core Responsibilities:

  • Preliminary Cost Estimating
  • Work with Regional Maintenance Manager to establish Capital Project Budget and help provide oversight as needed
  • Negotiate and write Subcontractor/Vendor Contracts
  • Direct subcontractor/vendors to achieve completion of the Capital Project on schedule, within budget, with quality workmanship that conforms to approved plans and specifications
  • Maintains construction schedule, identifies and solves problems
  • Orders materials and schedules inspections as necessary throughout the process
  • Thorough knowledge of construction techniques
  • Understands the project plans and specifications
  • Maintains positive relationships with architects, engineers, attorneys, owners, contractors, suppliers and other employees
  • Prepares, schedules, and supervises completion of a final punch list
  • Promotes job site safety, encourages safe work practices and rectifies job site hazards immediately
  • Ensures all subcontractors are adhering to the company safety policy
  • Maintains an organized job site.
  • Maintain all building permit records (including inspections), labor notices, and work loss reports
  • Approve and process monthly contractor and supplier payment applications
  • Assist in Due Diligence efforts for acquisitions
  • Assist the Property Insurance department in oversight of large capital losses

Core Competencies:

  • Organization: Utilizes strong organizational skills
  • Communication: Displays strong written and oral communication skills and employs effective listening skills
  • Problem Solving: Analyzes problems and makes sound decisions in a timely manner based on objectives, risks, implications and costs.

Education & Experience:

  • College Degree in Construction Management
  • OSHA 10-hour Safety Training
  • Microsoft Project software experience
  • Microsoft Excel/Word experience
  • Multi-family construction desired but not necessary. Past experience taken into account

To apply for this job email your details to doug.elmore@glickco.com