Kensington Glass Arts (KGa) specializes in high-end interior commercial contract glazing work, typically for law firms and organizations with very upscale office interiors. Our annual revenues exceed $30M and we are well positioned to grow profitably. We are simply the best in the business for large and difficult jobs. Unique in our industry, we fabricate 80% of what we install - none of our installation competition fabricates their own glass and none of our fabrication competition installs their own work.
Our Project Management teams each manage approximately 3 - 5 million in project dollars at any given time. This typically means that you are managing a variety of jobs in various stages. As we focus on our future, we are gaining market share in larger projects and will rely on you to manage that trend to bigger projects. As one of our Project Managers you will provide excellent customer satisfaction by properly forecasting our projects and will be a problem preventer as well as a problem solver. You will work hand-in-hand with the Superintendent and other support staff to plan, monitor, and manage the projects. You will also be very involved with managing the activities of your field crews which requires a good knowledge of trade specific concepts, processes and techniques.
As a Project Manager, you will divide your time between managing the schedule, controlling the costs, and communicating with the internal and external customer. Our business is one built on reputation and customer service and we will look to you to continue to forge relationships and keep our clients happy and informed while keeping the projects on time and on budget.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities •Plan and execute projects. You will assume responsibility for new projects from submittal stage through completion, including oversight of shop drawings, other submittals, and project closeout. •Build an efficient, high functioning team. Ensure that your team adheres to established schedules, quality standards, and standard operating procedures. •Consistently and professionally communicate with client representatives, vendors, subcontractors, and internal customers. •Review assigned projects to establish critical path milestones, action plans, and schedules. •Confirm the accuracy of and the scope of new work. •Project and track assets, including materials, labor, and other resources; initiate corrective actions as needed to meet project deadlines. •Communicate with Shop Foreman to project upcoming work and in-house fabrication and job material requirements. Project managers are responsible for keeping shop personnel advised of project schedules and project related material needs. •Work with the accounting department on your projects’ monthly billings. •Monitor the field staff and manage hiring and performance concerns.
Essential Experience, Skills, and Competencies •Minimum of 5 - 7 years as a Project Manager in an interior glazing environment. •Ability to handle multiple tasks concurrently and work under pressure to meet deadlines. •Must be extremely organized and exhibit a high degree of attention to detail. •Some college preferred.
Additional Salary Information: Commensurate with experience