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01

PROJECT MANAGER -
NATIONWIDE

Project Manager Qualifications

Job Description

Are you a Proactive, Assertive and Take-Charge Person? Do you Think Ahead and Constantly Move Forward to Achieve Goals?

Gideon Contracting is seeking a Construction Project Manager to join our team.

This high-performance individual will assume overall responsibility for the successful completion of assigned projects within the allotted time and budget. The Project Manager is responsible for the active coordination of work efforts during pre-construction, construction, and closeout phases of the project. It is expected that all activities be conducted in alignment with company philosophy, values, and culture.

This position will have an emphasis on managing projects within the government contract environment. A qualified Project Manager candidate must have experience with and a thorough understanding of government contracts including field schedule experience.

The specific duties and responsibilities will be dynamic and grow with individual professional development. Initial duties and responsibilities include:

  • Serving as the primary Company representative on all assigned projects.
  • Leading, guiding, and coordinating all project team activities and working with various team members to assure a successful project: owner’s representatives, architects, engineers, Project Manager, superintendents, subcontractors, project engineers (PE’s), project coordinators (PC’s), and others as may be assigned.
  • Scheduling and conducting team meetings and leading the team members as a group or individually in project problem solving.
  • Preparing start-up documentation especially relative to owner contracts, commitment letters, agreements, notices, certifications, and implementation of “Project Management Plan.”
  • Supervising the PE and PC to set up logs, bonds, and project lists.
  • Working with the accounting department regarding insurance verification procedures.
  • Assuring the timely review and update of project logs, including those covering submittals, jobsite meetings, change orders, owner allowances, subcontractor compliance and RFIs.
  • Establishing and maintaining updated project records for project accounting, billings, pursuit of receivables and claims. Preparing and reviewing monthly cost projections.
  • Preparing and supervising the implementation of project data submittal, material deliver, and closeout schedules: punch list process, all certifications including inspections, and completion, closeout agreements, bonds, resolution of changes, billings, refunds, and collection of bills.
  • Preparing contract summary and job budget, including the final estimate and changes.
  • Preparing and implementing owner contracts covering all project requirements, such as equipment rental, billing, allowances, taxes, permits, and other matters.
  • Completing or supervising the preparation, documentation, negotiation, billing, and completion of all change orders. Addressing schedule impacts and negative owner perceptions.
  • Supervising the project invoicing and payment process and approving invoices for payment. Assuring invoicing process meets all Company standards, requirements, and agreements with owners, while honoring agreements with vendors.
  • Reviewing, interpreting, submitting, and distributing approved specifications and shop drawings, while coordinating with all affected trades.
  • Supervising and supporting the work efforts of project staff including initiating employee status changes, conducting performance reviews, requesting, and assuring activities when required.
  • Timely completing all closeout requirements, schedules, and final payment.
  • Maintaining established relationships with current and previous clients regarding future opportunities.
  • Working in conjunction with field staff to resolve project problems and issues. Developing a team relationship with the field supervisor and communicates frequently regarding project status.

The above duties are not meant to restrict initiative, but rather to define minimum activities. These duties may be altered to suit the needs of the company.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • At least ten (10) years industry work experience and five (5) years in Government construction.
  • Strong background in construction projects up to $10 million in value, with proven ability to manage new build and renovation projects typically in the $400k-$5M value.
  • Documented success in collaboratively working with a team to address challenges and provide growth oriented solutions.
  • Excellent communication skills and good command of the English language, both verbal and written.
  • Able to present ideas clearly and concisely.
  • Ability to understand legal documents.
  • Dependable, results-focused, and ethical.
  • Ability and willingness to travel as dictated by project needs.

Gideon offers benefits, retirement plan and generous paid time off policy.

As a HUBZone certified business, we strongly encourage candidates who reside in a HUBZone to apply. To confirm if your home address is within a HUBZone, please visit http://map.sba.gov/hubzone/maps/.

Gideon USA is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or protected veteran status.

U.S. Citizenship is required for most positions.

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and a Drug-Free Workplace.

02

SUPERINTENDENT -
NATIONWIDE

Superintendent Qualifications

Job Description

Are you tenacious, analytical and love variety? Do you enjoy working at a fast pace and pride yourself on your attention to detail? Gideon USA is seeking a Construction Superintendent with Federal Construction experience for projects located throughout the United States. The Superintendent will coordinate activities to ensure project execution is ahead of schedule, under budget, with the highest quality and no lost time while building subcontractor relationships. The firm is a general contractor working on government and US Citizenship will be required for most positions.

Objectives

  • Establish authority on job site as the point of contact for on-site issues.
  • Coordinate all subcontractor arrival, preparation and project execution.
  • Ensure all necessary daily reports are written and submitted every day.
  • Respond to government issues and notifications within one hour.

Management and Organization

  • Work with Project Manager on pushing the construction schedule and notify them of any potential issues.
  • Work with QC to ensure that the proper meetings are conducted, documented, and paperwork submitted. Assist QC to monitor quality of workmanship on site.
  • Work with Safety Manager to ensure that all EM385-1-1 rules and procedures are being followed.
  • Develop on site relationship with the project Construction Manager and QA on the government side. Nurture rapport with customers, but maintain reputation for being tough on schedule, reasonable, and fair.
  • Schedule, organize, and quarterback all subcontractor activities on the job site. Develop reputation with subs as being tough, professional, and honest.

Problem Solving

  • Learn to work with difficult people such as unreasonable inspectors and unresponsive subcontractors.
  • Establish and push a fast job site pace during the first phases of a project while following the many restrictions and regulations on a military base.
  • Maintain schedule while coordinating various activities and meetings with QC and safety, which all time up time.
  • Develop a positive teamwork atmosphere at the job trailer with the team and anyone who enters the site.

Required experience:

  • Construction Superintendent: 5 years
  • Federal Construction: 3 years
  • Ability to travel as required

Key Competencies

Intelligence, Energy, Enthusiasm, Tenacity, Team Player, Initiative, Stress management, Conflict management, Customer focus, Organization/Planning, Communication skills, Assertiveness.

As a HUBZone certified business, we strongly encourage candidates who reside in a HUBZone to apply. To confirm if your home address is within a HUBZone, please visit http://map.sba.gov/hubzone/maps/.

Gideon USA is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or protected veteran status.

03

CIVIL PROJECT
MANAGER -
NATIONWIDE

Civil Project Manager Qualifications

Job Description

Are you a Proactive, Assertive and Take-Charge Person? Do you Think Ahead and Constantly Move Forward to Achieve Goals?

Gideon USA is seeking a Civil Construction Project Manager to join our team.

This high-performance individual will assume overall responsibility for the successful completion of assigned projects within the allotted time and budget. The Project Manager is responsible for the active coordination of work efforts during pre-construction, construction, and closeout phases of the project. It is expected that all activities be conducted in alignment with company philosophy, values, and culture.

This position will have an emphasis on managing projects within the government contract environment. A qualified Project Manager candidate must have experience with and a thorough understanding of government contracts including field schedule experience.

The specific duties and responsibilities will be dynamic and grow with individual professional development. Initial duties and responsibilities include:

  • Serving as the primary Company representative on all assigned projects.
  • Leading, guiding, and coordinating all project team activities and working with various team members to assure a successful project: owner’s representatives, architects, engineers, Project Manager, superintendents, subcontractors, project engineers (PE’s), project coordinators (PC’s), and others as may be assigned.
  • Scheduling and conducting team meetings and leading the team members as a group or individually in project problem solving.
  • Preparing start-up documentation especially relative to owner contracts, commitment letters, agreements, notices, certifications, and implementation of “Project Management Plan.”
  • Supervising the PE and PC to set up logs, bonds, and project lists.
  • Working with the accounting department regarding insurance verification procedures.
  • Assuring the timely review and update of project logs, including those covering submittals, jobsite meetings, change orders, owner allowances, subcontractor compliance and RFIs.
  • Establishing and maintaining updated project records for project accounting, billings, pursuit of receivables and claims. Preparing and reviewing monthly cost projections.
  • Preparing and supervising the implementation of project data submittal, material deliver, and closeout schedules: punch list process, all certifications including inspections, and completion, closeout agreements, bonds, resolution of changes, billings, refunds, and collection of bills.
  • Preparing contract summary and job budget, including the final estimate and changes.
  • Preparing and implementing owner contracts covering all project requirements, such as equipment rental, billing, allowances, taxes, permits, and other matters.
  • Completing or supervising the preparation, documentation, negotiation, billing, and completion of all change orders. Addressing schedule impacts and negative owner perceptions.
  • Supervising the project invoicing and payment process and approving invoices for payment. Assuring invoicing process meets all Company standards, requirements, and agreements with owners, while honoring agreements with vendors.
  • Reviewing, interpreting, submitting, and distributing approved specifications and shop drawings, while coordinating with all affected trades.
  • Supervising and supporting the work efforts of project staff including initiating employee status changes, conducting performance reviews, requesting, and assuring activities when required.
  • Timely completing all closeout requirements, schedules, and final payment.
  • Maintaining established relationships with current and previous clients regarding future opportunities.
  • Working in conjunction with field staff to resolve project problems and issues. Developing a team relationship with the field supervisor and communicates frequently regarding project status.

The above duties are not meant to restrict initiative, but rather to define minimum activities. These duties may be altered to suit the needs of the company.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Recognized four-year college degree in engineering or related technical field or business management
  • At least ten (10) years industry work experience and five (5) years in Government construction.
  • Strong background in civil construction projects up to $10 million in value, with proven ability to manage projects typically in the $400k-$5M value.
  • Documented success in collaboratively working with a team to address challenges and provide growth oriented solutions.
  • Excellent communication skills and good command of the English language, both verbal and written.
  • Able to present ideas clearly and concisely.
  • Ability to understand legal documents.
  • Dependable, results-focused, and ethical.
  • Ability and willingness to travel 90-95% as dictated by project needs.

Gideon offers benefits, retirement plan and generous paid time off policy.

As a HUBZone certified business, we strongly encourage candidates who reside in a HUBZone to apply. To confirm if your home address is within a HUBZone, please visit http://map.sba.gov/hubzone/maps/.

Gideon USA is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or protected veteran status.

U.S. Citizenship is required for most positions.

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and a Drug-Free Workplace.

04

ESTIMATOR -
NATIONWIDE

Estimator Qualifications

Job Description

Gideon USA is currently seeking an Estimator with experience in producing cost estimates for construction projects or services. The candidate will prepare detailed construction cost estimates and analyze blueprints and other documents to develop accurate and detailed project estimates using specific procedures.

Gideon USA is an experienced general contractor for the US federal government, executing projects for agencies across the US and abroad. We have well established and extensive subcontractor relationships and highly skilled and trained project management teams. The incumbent should be open to travel and possible relocation as projects dictate.

Responsibilities:

  • Oversee the development of construction cost estimate over various phases of a project in its life cycle.
  • Develop a basis of scope for bidding and estimating purposes.
  • Prepare and provides estimating services which include conceptual, schematic, design development, and construction level estimates.
  • Manage the preparation and coordination of bid documents, production, subcontractor and vendor pricing, subcontractor and vendor buyouts and project turnover to Project Manager.
  • Review and prepare Subcontractor pricing, from proposals through change orders for ongoing construction projects.
  • Track and compare planned vs. actual time and cost results and make recommendation to correct either positive or negative variances.
  • Reviews drawings and bid requirements thoroughly.
  • Prepare accurate quantity takeoffs and materials pricing.
  • Develops RFIs and clarifications and ensure adequate subcontractor coverage.
  • Maintain open and cordial communication and good working relationship with project manager, engineer, architect, and management team.

Qualifications:

  • Minimum of five years of experience estimating heavy civil, structural and military,
  • Certifications: ASPE, CSP, CPE, LEED Accreditation programming certs are a plus but not a requirement.
  • Experience estimating large Military projects
  • Ability to produce full detail cost estimates independently.
  • Proven profit/loss responsibility.
  • Proficient with Microsoft Projects software and Microsoft Suite (Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Word, etc.), ERP Systems and spec reading.
  • Ability to read, understand and interpret drawings, contract specifications and other technical documents used in mechanical, construction and general contracting.
  • Ability to develop and maintain comprehensive documentation for all projects. Provide and explain information to various managers. Maintain excellent business relationships with various vendors and subcontractors.
  • Ability to assist in presenting analysis of project cost estimates, expenditures and forecasts to managers in order to enable/enhance project/program decision-making.
  • Construction Manager or Project Manager Experience is a plus.
  • Excellent communication skills, including verbal, written and presentation skills.
  • Well-developed interpersonal skills including the ability to work well with diverse personalities including project managers, customers, clients, subcontractors, and staff.
  • Excellent attention to detail with emphasis placed on quality. Very organized with a systematic approach to tasks to achieve accuracy and efficiency.
  • Self-starter, highly motivated and goal oriented, quick, sharp, confident, assertive, and ethical.

Gideon offers benefits, retirement plan and generous paid time off policy.

As a HUBZone certified business, we strongly encourage candidates who reside in a HUBZone to apply. To confirm if your home address is within a HUBZone, please visit http://map.sba.gov/hubzone/maps/.

Gideon USA is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or protected veteran status.

U.S. Citizenship is required for most positions.

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and a Drug-Free Workplace.

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