Verista Construction Capital Project Manager - 3338AE in Boston, Massachusetts
Verista’s 700 experts team up with the world’s most recognizable brands in the life science industry to solve their business needs. Whether it’s compliance, quality management, verification, validation, automation, IT infrastructure, data analysis, manufacturing, or packaging, we deliver solutions that are right the first time.
Our ability to grow is driven by world-class people who thrive in a team environment and share our mission to enable life sciences clients to improve lives. Our talented and dedicated professionals are committed to making an impact every day.
Company Culture Guidelines & Values:
We empower and support our colleagues
We commit to client success at every turn
We have the courage to do the right thing
We encourage an inclusive environment where our colleagues feel respected, engaged, and challenged
We constantly acquire new skills and learn from our experiences to enhance our collective expertise
Typical Responsibilities of a Capital Project Manager
Coordinate assigned engineering capital projects and lead projects through all phases of project delivery including initiation, planning execution and close out.
Achieve quality, schedule and budget on assigned projects.
Create detailed and accurate project schedules and execute projects according to GProject Management Methodology.
Maintain good working relationships with architects, engineers, contractors, suppliers and municipal authorities.
Inspect construction and installation progress to ensure that the projects are constructed in accordance with the contract requirements and specifications within quality control parameters and the approved budget.
Identify and resolve issues that may jeopardize project schedules or improve project time. Keep manager fully informed in a timely manner with regard to any and all potential problems on a project.
Lead and actively participate in project planning, design, construction and closeout meetings. Provide written meeting minutes.
Monitor or track the review and approval of RFIs and Submittals.
Develop project controls and monitor project budgets. Prepare, review and negotiate change orders. Issue change orders to contractors and others and prepare revisions to the project budget.
Develop project cost estimates and secures properly executed contract and purchase order agreements, insurance certificates, bonds and other documents as required to protect the interests of the Corporation.
Oversee preparation and approve documents for bid, construction drawings, specifications, turnover packages, as-built drawings, and commissioning protocols.
Develop and conduct Requests for Proposals (RFPs), solicit and obtain bids from contractor and vendors. Issues contracts and purchase orders after appropriate approvals.
Gains consensus for optimal solution by effectively organizing and presenting proposals to stakeholders.
Must work closely with internal and external team members to ensure for a safe work environment of all projects and activities. Responsible for the performance of the contractors in providing a safe jobsite.
Work closely with internal stakeholders; lab leads, EH&S, maintenance, engineering and site services.
5+ years of project management experience in site operations and an engineering degree or; 3+ years of industry experience and a mechanical engineering background preferred.
Project management skills, experience in office/lab planning, move coordination and small construction management.
Experience in managing a portfolio of small projects.
Experience in pharmaceutical/biotech industry involving cGMP a plus.
Experience and training in reading construction drawings (Architectural, Mechanical, Electrical, Process, Plumbing, Structural, Fire) and construction specifications.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills and interpersonal skills required.
Effective in multitasking, managing time and prioritizing projects to meet established deadlines.
Demonstrated knowledge and active use of Microsoft Office Suite (Outlook, Word, Excel, Power Point, Project).
High growth potential and fast paced organization with a people-focused culture
Competitive pay plus performance-based incentive programs
Company paid medical premiums for Employee option.
Company paid Life, Short-Term, and Long-Term Disability insurances
Dental & Vision insurances
Health Savings Account
401(k) Retirement Plan (Employer Matching benefit)
Paid Time Off (Rollover Option) and Holidays
Leadership development training, career planning, and tuition reimbursement
Team Social Activities (We have fun!)
Employee Referral Program
Paid Maternity, Parental Leave and Bereavement
Verista is a leading business, technology and compliance company that enables clients to improve health and improve lives. We help clients solve their most critical and complex challenges across the GxP lifecycle, from preclinical and clinical to commercialization, manufacturing, and distribution. This experience brings together decades of knowledge, the most advanced engagement platforms, as well as transformative technologies. This allows clients to benefit from the ease, efficiency, and trust that results from working with one partner who excels across specialties.
For more information about our company, please visit us at Verista.com (https://apply.workable.com/verista/) or follow us on LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/company/veristasolutions/) .
*Verista is an equal-opportunity employer.
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