Construction Project Manager

US-Client Site- Selkirk, NY
Job ID
# Positions
Experience (Years)
Construction - Project Management


CHA Tech Services LLC (CHATS) is currently seeking a Construction Project Manager in the Albany, NY area.


This individual will be responsible for the overall management and oversight of construction projects in an industrial setting. The primary functions will be to interface with the client with respect to the client’s needs, to manage subcontractors effectively and to efficiently complete projects within scope, budget and schedule. The Project Manager shall manage the client relationship with respect to the assigned project including any technical, financial or logistical issues that may arise.


  • Responsible for meeting the client’s needs and addressing issues that arise during the project.
  • Work in a team setting to assist in project scope development and cost estimation.
  • Review engineered drawings for accuracy and constructability.
  • Prepare bid documentation and proposals.
  • Review scope and bid work to contractors of all trades.
  • Award winning contracts and conduct pre-construction planning meetings.
  • Coordinate with customer and contractors to effectively schedule work.
  • Prepare daily work permits for the contractors.
  • Make daily visits to the job site to verify that the work is progressing in a safe and efficient manner.
  • Accountable for overseeing project safety practices of subcontractor(s), including Preconstruction Safety Plan and managing subcontractor’s safety plans.
  • Exercise discretion and judgment to provide client with viable potential for value engineering opportunities to reduce cost, complexity and construction schedule.
  • Responsible for developing a comprehensive project schedule and communicating updates to owner, management, project team and vendors.
  • Responsible for all subcontractors, purchase orders, daily correspondence and all other project related documents.
  • Lead resolution process for construction related problems/issues.
  • Conduct owner progress meetings with client and provide progress reports.
  • Responsible for all project financials including budget, forecast, cash flow, and subcontractor billings/payments. Manages project to maintain positive cash flow throughout its life cycle.
  • Review and approve all subcontractor payments.
  • Responsible for preparation and submission of project close-out package with client.


To be successful in this role, one must possess the following:

  • Degree in Engineering Technology or Construction preferred, or equivalent professional/industry experience in the electrical or mechanical fields.
  • 5 minimum years of relevant project management experience with a construction background.
  • Understands principles, methods and techniques of commercial / industrial construction.
  • Experience with industrial and/or heavy commercial projects ranging in size from $250K to $3M.
  • Must demonstrate problem-solving skills, the ability to exercise discretion and the ability to make independent judgments.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office suite, including Microsoft Project.
  • Demonstrates strong project management qualities and has excellent knowledge of project management processes.
  • An articulate and persuasive communicator, both one-on-one and in front of large groups.
  • Collaborative and highly adept at building and maintaining effective working relationships.
  • Strong financial acumen including accounting processes, project budgeting, forecasts and cash management.
  • Strong ability to work in a team environment.
  • Professional, dedicated and focused.
  • Must provide a high level of service and responsiveness to client and co-workers. 

 All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, citizenship, age, disability, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

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