The Construction Manager is responsible for overseeing and being the lead manager on many projects. Specific responsibilities include but are not limited to project management, installation assistance, operations coordination, and working with a 3rd party construction team from time to time. Initial project scope is focused on distribution (industrial) build outs and indoor and outdoor cultivation (greenhouse).
An excellent Project Manager must be well-versed in architectural and construction methodologies and procedures and be able to communicate progress and obstacles in clear business terms. This manager will also be able to coordinate between a diverse team of professionals within the organization to achieve the best results. The ideal candidate will have an analytical mind, great organizational skills and problem solving acumen.
CORE JOB DUTIES
Solicits, negotiates, reviews and qualifies vendor bids for assigned projects.
Manage relationships with vendors (PM, GC, Architects, OPI, etc) and internal departments, and resolve general issues with vendors and contractors. Audits vendors to ensure proper fiscal procedures are being maintained.
Reviews and interpret Lease terms:
Manages construction site visits to evaluate progress and construction practices and quality.
Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive list of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notices.
Operates with direct supervision from the Director of Construction. Follows established policies and procedures and develops new policies and procedures as necessary to perform job duties and tasks.
8 Core Qualities of an Employee
Be Ethical – Do everything with impeccable integrity. Be radically transparent, fair and honest with each other. Do what you say you are going to do. Be trustworthy. Avoid deceit, favoritism and discrimination. Hold people accountable without emotion. Comply with regulations. Integrity is a pass/fail quality; you must have it to work with us.
Be a Champion – Always work in the best interest of the patient and the brand. Empower our patients to find their wellness. Support their doctors’ recommendations with respect. Be a constant learner in support of patients’ need for information. Partner with patients to make the best choices for their well-being. Fight for their rights to do so.
Be Bold – Be curious, creative and an exemplar of the brand in all your interactions. Be bold and innovative. Dream big, take chances. Investigate and learn with every challenge. Think three steps ahead and make a plan. Set the strategy and execute against it. Speed counts.
Be United – Build strong interpersonal relationships based on trust and respect. Create an inclusive environment where all voices are heard. Listen objectively to opposing views. Be diplomatic in response to adversity. Always assume good intentions. Build consensus among competing ideas and personalities. Be a strong teammate. Show compassion to everyone.
Be Efficient – Employ a systematic approach to achieve objectives. Simplify complex and time-consuming activities into simple, efficient actions. Automate processes wherever possible. Teach others how to operate within a process. Never confuse motion for progress.
Be Well – Organize and operate within a complex and chaotic environment. Remain calm, poised and effective in stressful situations. Accept the inevitability of changing priorities and redirect as needed. Think on your feet. Be resilient and show grit in the face of challenges. Avoid taking offense and never be defensive. Maintain a healthy lifestyle and psychological hardiness. Set your boundaries and respect the boundaries of others. Lead by example from the front.
Be Wise – Discern what is appropriate, practical and realistic in any given situation. Weigh the advantages of competing demands in a regulated industry. Make decisions that are a win-win for patients and the business. Say no to good ideas in favor of the best ideas. Remain open to new information and adapt accordingly. Use good judgment on appropriate use of limited resources.
Be Articulate – Show up with confidence. Communicate with enthusiasm. Speak and write in a concise, grammatically correct, precise and persuasive manner. Convey nuances of meaning accurately. Match styles of communication to each audience and purpose. Demonstrate executive presence with confidence, decisiveness, dignity and poise.