• Location: Denver, Colorado
  • Type: Direct Hire
  • Job #9128
  • Salary: $100,000 - $120,000 Per Year

Responsible for all aspects of paving contracts including contract administration, job cost tracking, collections, and project close out.  Phases of project administration include but are not limited to: functioning as the customer’s primary point of contact; scheduling work to be completed; managing subcontractors, and overseeing all administrative matters related to assigned projects. Responsibilities will include some estimating.  

At this client, successful projects are measured by 1) zero safety incidents, 2) profitability 3) contractual commitments, 4) project documentation 5) project conformance and 6) project communication.  
Defining and executing project plans including scope, specifications, action plans, timelines, and task assignments.  
Documenting project plans keeping records on project activities. 

Contract management including cost estimating, subcontracting, change orders, value engineering, claims disputes, materials management, warranty management, quality management and environmental management. 
Partnering with internal and external customers, leaders, and team members to communicate and execute on project plans. This includes building a positive team culture and resolving conflicts. Developing positive relationships with the general public, fielding questions and resolving issues and complaints. 

Project start-up and close-out activities ensuring all regulatory requirements are met, documents are submitted, and the project meets all applicable standards.  
This position is 85% in the field and 15% in the office. 

May be called upon at the discretion of management to perform other duties not listed. 
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities 

Very strong verbal and written communication skills and comfortable interacting with a variety of internal and external customers. Strong computer skills including standard Microsoft Office applications, budgeting software and scheduling software.

Ability to motivate and foster relationships to enhance a cooperative team environment.

Ability to develop professional relationships with customer representatives and officials from local agencies.

Ability to resolve conflicts and job related disputes in a diplomatic and tactful manner.

Ability to manage time, tasks and resources on multiple operations effectively and efficiently.

Ability to work a flexible schedule that may include nights and weekend hours.

Self-motivated and able to work with limited supervision.

Minimum Education and Experience 

Bachelor’s degree in Construction Management or related field or equivalent experience required

Minimum 5 years of relevant experience required with a priority on CDOT, County, Municipal, Commercial and Residential Development projects 
Knowledge of CDOT regulations, specifications and procedures for highway construction projects and traffic safety

Project management and field supervisory experience

Thorough understanding of asphalt paving, grading and related subcontractor operations required. 

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