Electrical Project Manager - WI #2174

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Electrical Project Manager - WI #2174
Relocation Yes
Location Stevens Point WI, Milwaukee WI, and Appleton WI - Three positions
We are looking for an Electrical Project Manager with an Electrical Engineering or Construction Management degree or similar.
This position is responsible for generating business, providing general management of electrical and/or specialty systems construction projects, and overseeing staff.
Essential Functions of the Electrical PM:
Plans, organizes, and staffs electrical construction projects. Ensures that projects are completed profitably, in a timely manner, and according to customer expectations. Visits various jobsites and interacts with crew, customers, foremen, and general contractors to ensure proper job progress and encourage safe behavior. Identifies and generates new business. Networks, establishes, and maintains customer relationships. Reviews outgoing estimates with estimating department to ensure accuracy. Works with Purchasing Department and vendors to ensure effective material coordination. Participates in bi-annual field performance review process; conducts effective employee performance reviews in a timely manner; and establishes field merit wage increases. Maintains employee relations. Attends weekly and monthly meetings (i.e., Staffing Meeting, PM Meeting, Sales Meeting, etc.). Promotes a positive Company Culture by fostering friendly and constructive employee relations. Promotes the merit shop philosophy by ensuring effective, fair, and timely performance evaluations for all employees. Partners with Human Resources to optimize recruiting and selection, employee relations, and other related topics as it pertains to direct reports. Maintains compliance with Company policies. Processes miscellaneous paperwork.
Effectively delegates to direct reports with proper control systems in place to ensure accountability and to prevent decision making bottlenecks. Provides frequent and clear feedback to direct reports, offers clear direction, and ensures direct reports are sure about their goals. Organizes direct reports into a productive team to encourage synergy. Acts as coach and developer of managerial talent; as well as skillfully selects and trains those individuals. Evaluates candidates' and managers' willingness to lead, communication and planning competencies, and ability to make decisions under pressure Assigns team and project-leadership assignments to assess skill/ability Spends ample time evaluating people in "test" managerial roles Holds managers who report to him/her accountable for managerial work Deploys and redeploys resources among managers' areas. Manages the boundaries that separate units which report directly and with other parts of the business Monitors the flow of work between his/her unit and others in the organization; asking questions, and recommending improvements Understands and conveys functional strategies, business strategies, and corporate mission Fosters effective cross-functional collaborations to accelerate work processes Creates a supportive environment that allows mistakes but not failure Motivates and instructs Shares positive and negative feedback Performs other related duties as required and assigned.
Education and Experience:
A Bachelor's Degree in Construction Management or Electrical Engineering or equivalent technical training and one (1) year of electrical estimating experience; or Five (5) years experience in the electrical trade and one (1) year of electrical estimating experience; or Any appropriate combination of education and experience as determined by management. Project Manager: An individual can be considered a Project Manager once he/she is operating independently (as determined by Senior PM, Group Manager, or Branch Manager) and has obtained two to three (2-3) years of successful project management experience (equating to, generating $400K in Gross Margin dollars in two of the last three years or an appropriate amount of gross margin dollars and experience as determined by management).
Senior PM: An individual can be considered a Senior Project Manager once he/she has obtained ten (10) years of successful project management experience (equating to, generating $800K in Gross Margin dollars in four of the last five years or an appropriate combination of gross margin dollars and experience as determined by management).
Skills and Abilities:
Must be proficient in the use of a PC and Microsoft Office Suite (Access, Excel, PowerPoint, and Word). Knowledge of Accubid and AutoCAD preferred.
Bottom line requirements we need notes on with candidate submittal:
1. Bachelor's Degree in Construction Management or Electrical Engineering or similar.
2. 5 + years' experience in the electrical construction project management.
3. Electrical project estimating experience and use of Accubid.

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