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McKinstry Manufacturing Project Manager in Seattle, Washington

Build the future, spark innovation and align your career with purpose. McKinstry is innovating the waste and climate harm out of the built environment and creating lasting impact. Together, we're building a thriving planet. Buildings are a leading contributor to the climate crisis, generating nearly 40% of total global energy-related carbon emissions. We're making a lasting impact on our industry and within our communities by addressing the climate, affordability and equity crises through: renewables and energy services engineering and design construction and facility services To get where we're going, we need big thinkers, problem solvers and collaborative mindsets. Does that sound like you? The Opportunity with McKinstry We are adding a Manufacturing Quality Manager to our growing Shop and Logistics division in Seattle. In this role, you will develop strategies, goals, and objectives for projects to ensure delivery of the project safely, on time and on budget with high client satisfaction. Additionally, some responsibilities you will have include: Project Management Identifies required resources to achieve project goals. Generates preliminary assessments, technical solutions, fee proposals, presentations, studies, and general support. Primary contact for project engineering staff during construction. Transitions project management and engineer activities from design to construction phase and construction to completion phase. Communicates with the General Contractor, Architect, Engineer, Owner, and other stakeholders. Supports and provides input to development strategies, goals, and objectives specific to project execution at each project phase. Develops and manages project plans, schedules and scopes of work. Defines project responsibilities to project management, engineering and field staff. Documents and resolves subcontractor and vendor billing issues. Assists the business development team in responding to requests for proposal and bid process. Assess site safety and implements actions to prevent injury to property and personnel. Ensures safety compliance of subcontractors and all on-site personnel. Project Controls Assumes financial responsibility for project including accurate, timely and relevant reporting to stakeholders. Facilitates invoice payments from clients and to subcontractors. Reviews and approves subcontractor billing. Prepares client and subcontractor change orders. Monitors, controls and reports on the financial performance of projects. Drafts subcontracts and purchase agreements. Monitors and proofs change issue log. Creates and maintains network and hardcopy files. Prepares or supervises the preparation of Submittals, Operation & Maintenance Manuals, Expediting Reports, Change Order Log, RFI log, Correspondence Log, etc. Assesses any potential job cost impacts, submits, negotiates and tracks all change orders requests. Prepares or supervises the preparation of Job Start and Project Closeout materials. Reviews contracts, drawings, specifications and other resources to answer questions in a timely manner. Ensures that all material and equipment is purchased in a timely and cost-effective manner. Evaluates bid estimates, develops cost codes, establishes definitive budgets, develops manpower plan with Superintendents, and monitors field labor progress. Takes responsibility for the development and implementation of a comprehensive construction plan. Monitors progress towards goals to anticipate potential problems. Delivers accurate and timely data to support project forecasts. Team Management Coaches and mentors project team members. Develops project staffing plans to include labor, subcontractors, etc. Acts as steward of McKinstry culture; communicate and influence policies and procedures. Establishes and leads as