Project Manager

Henkels & McCoy, Inc., one of the largest privately held international utility contracting firms, with offices in 80 cities and celebrating 90 years of operating with a reputation as one of the most reliable and innovative firms in engineering and construction, is currently seeking a Project Manager for our Pewaukee, WI office.
Candidate must have experience in managing distribution and substation projects or electrical construction experience specifically within the utility industry. Responsibilities include but are not limited to: safety, scope, project performance, schedule and quality. Effective communication, time management and organization are required to work with construction management, our customers and project stakeholders.
This position is based in our Pewaukee, Wisconsin office.
Major Job Elements
Ensure completion of project deliverables (schedule, estimate, construction plan) according to customer requirements.
Accountable for project performance (scope, safety, quality, schedule, and cost).
Act as the single point of contact between Henkels & McCoy and the customer regarding project activities.
Manage project costs, including development of recovery plans to stay within budget limits.
Prepare project status reports.
Provide forecasts and cash flow for projects.
Communicate project performance data to management and customers, as required.
Assist in the development and provide updates for project schedules on multiple, simultaneous large projects.
Leadership and superior communication skills are essential.
Bachelor of Science in Engineering or Construction Management preferred.
5+ years of experience managing projects in the construction industry. Distribution construction experience is required.
Experience in any of the following areas is a plus: Contract Management, Substation and Distribution estimating, CPM Scheduling, or Earned Value Management.
Ability to lift 50lbs
Ability to travel 25% of the time
Henkels & McCoy, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer of Minorities, Females, Protected Veterans, and Individual with Disabilities.

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