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Director of Project Management

This Position is Closed
LOCATION: Lakewood, CO

The Director of Project Management primary function is to provide oversight to Project Managers and Project Engineers.  They will serve as the department head in the organization and work with other department heads to achieve the goals for the company.

The Director of Project Management reports directly to the President and is granted full authority to hire, terminate and recommend for promotion all personnel under his/her authority.


Development of the project management team and improve workflow process through various departments for operational excellence.  

The following is a broad prospectus of the duties and responsibilities.

  1. Plan, organize and staff key management positions to accommodate the specific project requirements.
  2. Monitor project objectives, company policies, procedures, and performance standards of all management personnel.
  3. Support other Department Heads
  4. Weekly report to President
  5. Directs Project Management operations and planning to meet organizational goals
  6. Provide strategic governance by establishing processes, procedures, and tools required for effective project delivery
  7. Monitors project metrics to identify opportunities and propose operational improvements for future projects

DUTIES as they pertain to the Company’s Core Values:

Quality and Improvement

  • Participate in all project handoffs from Pre-Construction Team – joint lead with President on projects coming out of pre-construction if PM’s do not have capacity.
  • Participate in all shop drawing reviews
  • Sit through all field install handoffs and help PM’s run this meeting
  • Contract Reviews with President and PM on all projects
  • Assist Project Managers/Preconstruction in the review of estimates as requested.  Work with Project Managers on any change order over $5,000.
  • Serve as liaison as needed for outsourced material fabricators
  • Monitor material and supply procurement (working closely with purchasing department) for effective purchase of materials within budget.
  • Set up all schedule of values with Project Managers for positive cash flow position
  • Work with PM’s on monthly billings and review WIP report monthly
  • Work with PM’s on project budgets (weekly)
  • Work with PM’s and Field Operations Manager on labor reports (bi-weekly)
  • Evaluate Current ERP system to identify areas of improvement and functionality within the organization


  • Work with Engineering Department to produce safe installs onsite
  • Work with PM’s to produce quality, clean & concise PO’s to outsource vendors
  • Identify difficult fabrication details and work with President on fabrication solutions

Leadership and Development

  • Recruitment and hiring of competent personnel and be responsible for their performance.
  • Create, lead, and deliver weekly PM meeting
  • Create, develop, and deliver all continuing education for Project Managers, Assistant Project Managers and Project Engineers
  • Develop training programs for the improvement all employee reports
  • Participate in AGC or a specific contractors safety roundtable – every 6 months
  • Participate in AWI best practices 
  • Participate and report in monthly Department Head Meetings
  • Participate and report in Quarterly Senior Leadership Meetings
  • Guide, assist, and participate in project retros


  • Maintain professional relationships with Vendors/Subcontractors for the purpose of the successful completion of our projects.
  • Manage and implement pre-install meetings for all projects prior to on-site mobilization.
  • Monitor and ensure build out of the Field Install folders and all other documentation necessary for project job site support.
  • Represent the company at project related meetings as requested.
  • Coordinates with Field Team on project specific issues.
  • Assist Project Mangers with Client and/or Subcontractor relationships as required.

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 and the President.

  • Ample industry experience across multiple departments to include engineering, contract review, project budgets, estimating, subcontractor management and relationship building
  • Experienced upper-level professional
  • Demonstrable financial understanding of both company and projects
  • History of people development/mentorship
  • Ability to identify road block and constantly seek to improve and codify processes
  • Ability to network and act as a company representative
$130,000-$150,000 (starting salary), insurances, bonus, ownership
TIMING: Immediate