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  • Category: Engineering
  • Education: Bachelors Degree
  • Employment Length: fulltime
  • Pay / Salary: $76,000 Salary
  • Location: Lakewood CO
  • Source: Business
  • Ad #: 15560
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Master Electrician - Assistant Electrical Construction Project Manager

Location: Lakewood, CO 80226

Contract to Hire - or - Direct Hire

Rate: DOE

The Assistant Project Manager APM position is responsible to work collaboratively with internal administration, support and technical personnel, as well as external customers to assist in managing and coordinating electrical construction activities to meet both project and company objectives.

The APM helps manage many aspects of construction of assigned projects within the established budget and time allotted according to the contract documents, plans and specifications, and to the Owner/Client satisfaction and in the best interest of company.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities Include the following.

Other responsibilities may be assigned.

Build and maintain relationships with customers, peers, supervisors, administrative staff, field craft workers, field supervision, vendors, and subcontractors based on respect, trust and integrity.

Work alongside Project Manager PM to estimate, budget and trend electrical system cost from design through construction completion.

Review contracts and resolve conflicts at the appropriate level.

Thoroughly understand the project plans, specifications and schedule as well as the resources necessary to complete the project on time and within budget.

Continuous review of project progress; ability to anticipate and recognize trouble spots and deploy necessary proactive steps to prevent development of problems.

Develop and manage accurate cost projections and evaluate project performance.

Work with PM to accurately update monthly Work-In-Progress reports.

Prepare and manage timely, accurate and complete project documentation, including but not limited to, all incoming and outgoing correspondence, submittals, RFI s, daily reports, change orders, etc.

Conduct and document procurement activities and efforts, but not limited to, commodity materials, consumables, necessary tools and equipment; major equipment packages such as switchgear, lighting, UPS, etc.; and subcontracts.

Work in cooperation with the Purchasing/Warehouse Manager to manage and minimize daily commodity purchases and schedule and manage warehouse support and jobsite deliveries.

Manage all aspects of subcontracts: track, measure and assess quality, safety and progress of subcontractor work.

Work in cooperation with the Safety Manager to achieve enforcement of and compliance with all safety regulations; identify and request site specific safety training; work to eliminate hazardous jobsite conditions and reduce the potential for injury to employees, customers, subcontractors and other trades.

Work in cooperation with the Quality Manager to achieve enforcement of and compliance with the quality control plan for each project, eliminate rework and reduce risk.

Work in cooperation with the Prefab Manager to properly pre-plan for identification and implementation of prefabrication, pre-purchase of materials and equipment and reduce risk on the jobsite.

Work in cooperation with the BIM/CAD Manager to identify and carry out building information modeling and/or 3D coordination requirements.

Manage project close-out, turnover and O M documentation.


The ability to lead, manage, and motivate project team members.

With some guidance from PM entrust responsibility and authority to project personnel, establish accountability for results and create a positive work environment for every project team member to mutually thrive personally and achieve project goals.

Understanding of and compliance with the work rules of IBEW 68 113 union agreements and the Western Line Traffic Signalization Local 111 union agreements preferred.

Ability to multitask, organize and prioritize work assignments.

Possess a positive attitude toward career development and company process/policy improvement Develop and manage complex design and company process/policy improvement.

Develop and manage complex design and construction schedules, budgets and cost control.

Working knowledge of municipal jurisdictional procedures with regard to plan reviews, permits, codes, inspections, etc.

Minimum Requirements

  • Bachelor's degree in construction related field and 3 to 5 years electrical project management experience; OR
  • Licensed Colorado Master Electrician for a minimum of 5 years and 1 to 3 years electrical project management experience.
  • Computer proficiency in Microsoft Office applications required for preparing, analyzing, monitoring, reporting and presenting and additional computer skills within Windows 2007 operating system environment.
  • Proven interpersonal, verbal and written communications skills are necessary to effectively communicate with employees, clients, vendors and subcontractors.
  • Proven ability to work in a team environment.

For more information or further consideration on this opportunity please contact Donny Yoshida, Kelly Engineering Recruiter,

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