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Assistant Project Manager
Under the direct supervision of the Operations Manager, the Assistant Project Manager works alongside the Project Management Team as a direct support mechanism for the day-today processes related to the management of new and ongoing systems projects.
Primary Duties and Responsibilities:
· Preparation of spreadsheets, documents, and specialized management reports
· Completion of take-offs and estimates.
· Pre-bid site walks and surveys.
· Site visits to evaluate site readiness for Comtel labor resources.
· Site coordination for the delivery of materials and equipment to project sites, in support of installation crews.
· Direct management of smaller projects, as assigned.
· Creation and management of project punch lists.
· Processing, filing, organization, and follow up to project related documentation, both hard copy and electronic.
· Assist in the processing of project closeouts, including update to pertinent closeout summaries and warranty tracking
· Follow-up to outstanding contracts, change orders, RFI’s, submittal packages, and other related contract documentation.
· Follow-up and expedite material orders in order to ensure the timely receipt of materials in order to meet related project
· Assistance with the completion and processing of project submittal packages and closeout, as needed.
· Completion of daily scheduling, including archival of the daily schedule, and ongoing updates to the Master Schedule.
· Assist in the project billing process, including the completion and submission of appropriate billing forms and
schedules of values (SOV’s) as required.
· Update and maintain training records and associate filing.
· Meeting notes.
· Construction of project schedules, using Microsoft Project and Microsoft Excel.
· Coordination and scheduling of internal meetings, as need in support of the Project Management Team.
· Coordination with customer for scheduling of work.
· Business and project cost accounting principles and associate practices, such as project billings, schedule of values, etc
· Project management and general engineering principles, methods, tools, and practices for planning, installing and
testing of Low Voltage Systems.
· Server/PC hardware and operating systems.
· Network architecture, hardware, communication protocols, and transmission technologies.
· General building construction and associated trade sequencing required for the construction process.
· Modern Low Voltage Systems, such Access Control, CCTV, Nurse Call, Public Address and Communication
· National/California Building & Electrical codes and standards.
· Office software applications, including Word, Excel, Project, and Outlook.
· Manage and prioritizing competing demands, in order to meet specific establish deadlines and due dates.
· Read and understand electrical schematics, blueprints and construction documents.
· Read and understand projects cost accounting reports and data.
· Learn and apply company policies, procedures, and standards.
· Apply applicable laws and regulatory codes associated with the implementation of Low Voltage Systems.
· Prepare accurate cost estimates and budgets.
· Prepare effective survey reports with findings and recommendations.
· Use a computer and surveying equipment.
· Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work.
· Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing.
· Industry experience a Must.
· An Electronic/Electrical Engineering degree from an accredited college or university or equivalent industry experience.
· Certifications a plus: Microsoft, Cisco, VoIP/SIP, Autodesk, Card Access & CCTV.
General Compensation / Benefits:
The Assistant Project Manager is an entry-level position; therefore, compensation will depend on experience.
Current benefits for the position of Assistant Project Manager are as follows:
· Medical Insurance
· Dental Insurance
· 401K Retirement Plan
· Optical/Visual Insurance
· Paid Vacation – Two (2) weeks after one (1) year of continuous service and three (3) weeks after five (5) years of
· Paid Holidays Ten (10) paid Holidays per year
· Educational Reimbursement Program