SUBCONTRACT MANAGER required by our Client, an International Construction Company, to be assigned on a Permanent basis, located in Norfolk, Virginia.
Reporting to: Contract Manager
You will support the Project Design-Build Manager and the Project Contract Manager in the management of the Design Services Agreement.
Engage with the project’s engineering team, attend general design meetings, or specific task force meetings as needed to acquire the necessary level of understanding of technical issues with commercial implications.
Monitor the Design Joint Venture’s (DJV) compliance with the terms and conditions of the Design Services Agreement (DSA). Inform the Design-Build Manager and the Contract Manager of any identified deviations and prepare formal notifications to the Designer.
Review the merit of the delay notifications submitted by the DJV. Formally validate or refute with the project’s Design-Build Managers’ prior approval.
Review the merit of the Potential Change Orders identified by the DJV. Formally validate or refute with Project Design-Build Managers’ prior approval.
Prepare instructions to the Designer for changes in their Scope of Services or Design Schedule.
Analyze the scope, schedule and pricing of the DJV’s Change Order Requests. Negotiate with the DJV and finalize the Change Orders.
Prepare and attend the bi-weekly change management meetings with the DJV. Maintain logs of
Monitor the DJV’s progress in collaboration with the Project’s Scheduling department. Inform the Design-Build Manager and the Contract Manager of any identified deviations and prepare formal notifications to the Designer.
Review and comment the DJV’s Monthly Report.
Validate the DJV’s Monthly Payment Application.
Lead the efforts for submitting the Value Engineering Contractor Proposal (VECP) to the Owner
(VDOT), in collaboration with the other departments.
Review the Prime contract technical specifications, and understand the difference between
performance and prescriptive specifications.
It’s expected that the workload generated by the management of the DSA will start dwindling down by mid-2021. At that time, the Subcontract Manager will be progressively involved in the management of other major subcontracts and purchase orders related to the Project.
EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS:
Bachelor’s degree in Engineering or Construction Management from an accredited institution
Minimum 5 years’ experience with construction and/or engineering subcontracts (writing, editing, supporting, etc.)
Subcontract experience within a general contractor
Experience in heavy civil engineering design
Heavy civil construction knowledge
Ability to work in a fast-paced and deadline-oriented capacity