Project Manager- Multifamily

  •   Full Time
  •   OR

Project Manager Job Description

The Project Manager (PM) is responsible for the profitable financial management of the project and on-time completion. The PM works directly for the Operations Manager (Corp) or the Division Manager (SPD/ ENT/ R&R) and in coordination with the Superintendent. Below is an outline of the basic duties and responsibilities of a PM.


  • Responsible for the direction, supervision and coordination of the Project Engineer
  • Participation in the Marketing effort of the company.
  • Assist the Estimating department when needed in quantity survey work and on bid (SPD/ ENT- PM responsible for estimating)
  • Oversee buyout and drafting of subcontracts, material contracts, IPO’s (Insurance Purchase Orders) and PO’s (Purchase Orders).

Budget/ Extra Costs

  • Sets up project number with
  • Creates Master Cost Breakdown- budget with cost codes for project. Reviews billing format with accounting at project
  • Review budget weekly (adjust variance monthly with accounting).
  • Prepare and submit Margin Analysis report monthly to the Operations Manager or Division

(OR ENT: only do Margin Reports at job startup and completion)

  • Create and maintain status of Owner Change
  • Create and maintain status of Subcontractor Change Orders with the Project
  • Maintain Extra Work Order Log (18000 Log).
  • Review addenda and pricing status with Project Engineer and
  • Confirm with Project Engineer that Subcontractors are getting pricing submitted by
  • Review all ASIs/ RFIs with Superintendent
  • Review cost changes from ASIs/ RFIs with Superintendent/ Project
  • Submit Cost Proposals and review with Architect and Owner.


  • Review Subcontractor billings with Superintendent
  • Prepares Owner progress billings. PM submits to Accounting for review and distribution (SAC Only- PM distributes billing to Owner).
  • Follow up to ensure Owner billings were sent by the due
  • Enter Subcontractor progress billings information into the accounting black books (Not done in Oregon by PM).


  • Review schedule with Superintendent and Project Engineer monthly before updates are
  • Review short interval schedules from the Superintendent
  • Ensure that revised schedule is distributed to all parties following
  • Generate appropriate correspondence as situation requires keeping project on

Subcontractor/ Supplier Contracts

  • Determine appropriate buyout sequence / priority with Superintendent and Project
  • Review Owner contract with Project Assistant and Accounting to ensure insurance and billing information is properly obtained and
  • Review Sub and Material contracts with Superintendent and Project
  • Review returned Sub and Material contracts for changes to scope and initial as

Progress Meetings

  • Coordinate and run Monthly Job Progress Meetings with project
  • Coordinate and run Owner Progress
  • Prepare and distribute meeting minutes for Owner Progress Meetings within 3 working days after meeting.
  • Coordinate and run Project Closeout

For immediate consideration, please forward a copy of your current resume to referencing job #1785 or a link to this job.

Job & Company Detail

Company Industry

Architect Industry

Company Size

1 - 9 Employees



Job Category


Applications Accepted Until

01 January 2030