The Assistant Project Manager is responsible for assisting in the planning, coordination, and management of various aspects of construction projects at each assigned property. This position is a mid-entry level role. The Assistant Project Manager will assist more senior members of the team with the responsibilities outlined below. The Assistant Project Manager will assist and oversee various aspects of construction projects at operating centers, collaborating with peers in Development, Design, Tenant Coordination, Leasing, Accounting/Finance, Department Store/Anchor Tenant Leasing, Risk Management, IT, and Property Management/Operations. General Contractor shell and site work experience preferred.
Work with other AVP’s, Sr. Managers and other company departments to accomplish development projects in all phases and aspects of the assigned construction projects.
Work with senior members of the team to maintain conceptual budgets, schedules, and site logistics/phasing plans.
Assist team leader in the management of the consultants for construction projects.
Assist with contract and change order management.
Maintain project document control.
Participates in contract and scope review for assigned projects.
Work with senior members of the team to engage general contractors for construction projects.
Coordinates and participates in all preconstruction and construction meetings.
Serves as a secondary point of contact for General Contractors and field staff
Coordinate schedules and design with Development, Design and Construction where necessary to ensure smooth flow of timely delivery and completion of projects.
From time to time, may serve in Project Management capacity to manage projects; amount and/or size of projects may vary by the overall workload of the company.
Understand and enforce the company Minimum Technical Specifications (MTS).
All other duties as required.
Requirements and Qualifications
Degree in Construction Management, Design, or Architecture and a minimum of three years’ experience in one of these fields.
Supplemental education from ICSC or related industry group is a plus.
Ability to read and comprehend construction drawings.
Construction background is preferred.
Must be willing to travel between local properties and some out of state.
Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Project. Experience with Primavera P6 scheduling a plus.
Familiarity with cost management programs such as Yardi or Primavera.
Experience with electronic document control programs such as PlanGrid.
The employee must have the physical capability to perform all core functions of the position. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the core functions of the job.
Poline Associates is an international executive search firm specializing in the shopping center industry.We serve property owners, developers, retailers and service providers who are seeking remarkable talent and work to align them with candidates who are eager for new growth opportunities. Since 1979, our team has been connecting companies and candidates with a commitment to integrity and client satisfaction—making us the industry’s most trusted leader in recruitment.