Assistant Project Manager

Location: Denver, CO

Department: OPM-CO

Type: Full Time

Min. Experience: Mid Level

Colliers International is actively seeking an Assistant Project Manager to join our rapidly growing Project Management Team serving the Denver, CO region.  In May, Colliers expanded the NYC Team with the addition of Gorton & Partners, a successful project management firm.  If you are a professional seeking a new challenge in an exciting environment, this may be the right moment to join our highly respected team as we elevate our presence in this dynamic market.  The Assistant Project Manager is a mid-level position responsible for directing and coordinating activities of designated projects to ensure that goals or objectives are accomplished by performing the following duties personally or by providing support to Project Managers, Sr. Project Managers, or Executives.

Essential Functions
Candidates MUST be familiar with the building design and construction process. This position will require management capabilities and the ability to work on site with clients on a regular basis. 

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Assisting with the management of projects through all phases (design, construction, and close-out);
  • Review project related materials such as drawings and specifications, submittals, RFIs, RFPs, budgets, schedules, contracts and proposals for services.
  • Assisting with the management of projects to completion, on-time, within budget, and within scope of work;
  • Attend project related meetings and perform necessary follow-up
  • Production of reports, budgets, schedules, presentations, minutes, RFPs etc.… for management, clients, or others using Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, Project, and PowerPoint)
  • Responsible for the development and maintenance of project files, electronic and hard copy
  • Coordinates with project Team members to establish and maintain the flow of information including, but not limited to, following up on deliverables, scheduling meetings, etc.
  • Visiting project sites as needed or required

Required Qualifications:

  • BS or MS in Engineering or Construction Management
  • 3-5 years of Project Management experience with Commercial Office, Critical Facilities or related Infrastructure construction experience
  • Relevant experience and practical construction knowledge to be able to assess sequencing, quality, cost, and progress issues;
  • Proven track record with Project Management system tolls, reporting, etc.
  • Background in the building design / construction, architecture, and/or engineering field.
  • Demonstrated ability to manage various tasks, schedules, and deliverables;
  • Enthusiasm to promote and drive implementation of projects;
  • Demonstrated experience in problem solving skills, planning and organizing, decision-making; and 
  • Excellent communication skills, influencing and leading, facilitation and team work capabilities.
  • The ability to communicate effectively in writing and verbally and to multi-task & prioritize.

Colliers International | Project Management Northeast has been a leading provider of professional management support services to clients for nearly two decades.  We have partnered with institutions and organizations to create buildings that work and operate efficiently. We empower clients to get the facilities they need and the buildings they envision by delivering technical, analytical, and managerial support. In every engagement, our approach is proactive, pragmatic, and intensely collaborative.

Our team comprises virtually all the skill sets and professional backgrounds an organization might need to supplement its own capabilities and ensure the success of its building related endeavors. We are looking for leaders to join our dedicated team of professionals.  We offer comprehensive benefits and a competitive compensation plan.

We are committed to creating a diverse environment and are proud to be an equal opportunity employer.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity of expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.  If you have a disability and need special accommodation to access our offices, please call Human Resources at 860-395-0055 x185 for assistance.

 

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