Electrical Project Manager

RealStreet Staffing is actively seeking a Project Manager with a strong background in electrical construction to support our client, a large and well established electrical contractor. This position is located in Georgetown, Delaware.
The Project Manager will oversee all aspects of assigned commercial projects from commencement to completion. Typical job duties include:
Manage financial aspects of projects through ongoing job forecasting
Oversee preconstruction meetings to ensure successful handoff from estimating to field
Collaborate with pre-fabrication and design departments
Set clear goals and expectations to foremen
Negotiate and resolve all customer concerns
Estimate change orders for assigned projects, when necessary
Manage all job closeout procedures
Conduct post project reviews to determine areas of future improvement
Provide coaching / mentoring to foremen
Develop / maintain network of professional relationships within industry
To be successful in this role, the Project Manager will possess:
Minimum 5 years' experience in electrical construction project management
Experience managing large ($1M+) projects
Strong knowledge of NEC
Proven ability to effectively manage project cost and schedule
Ability to build strong teams - work effectively with clients, contractors and department staff.
Able to effectively manage multiple projects
OSHA certification preferred
From commercial and private ventures to government initiatives, RealStreet Staffing professionals provide a solid foundation for the success of clients in the Metro DC / Baltimore area, and throughout the continental US. Employees of RealStreet Staffing enjoy a comprehensive benefit package which includes a choice of health care coverage, prescription, dental and vision plans, life insurance, LTD, Paid Time Off Program and a 401k with generous company match.
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