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Project Manager in Houston, TX at Genesys Talent LLC

Date Posted: 3/11/2019

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Job Description


O’Donnell/Snider Construction is a leading commercial general contractor specializing in corporate interiors, building renovations, healthcare, and new construction. Since 1991, we have been safely delivering projects of superior quality, on time and on budget. O’Donnell/Snider has been named one of the Houston Chronicle’s Best Places to Work three consecutive years, and has consistently placed on the Houston Business Journal’s Top 25 - Largest Houston Area Commercial Contractors.

Our company was founded and adheres to a strict set of principles and moral code. We operate with integrity, accountability and discipline. We strive to always exceed our clients’ goals and expectations.

Our Mission

To enhance the quality of the construction experience for our customers through exceptional communication and unmatched service.

Our Vision

To be the clear choice for commercial construction services in the markets we serve!


Project Managers will execute overall responsibility and authority as required to procure, estimate (or assist in estimating) and complete assigned projects on time, under budget, to the complete satisfaction of the Clients and in accordance with project drawings, specifications, and other contract documents. It is the Project Manager’s responsibility to maintain the philosophies of O’Donnell/Snider in accordance with policies and procedures.


Project Procurement:

  • Attend project presentations as required
  • Request/receive other needed information for bidding/project administration such as Building Rules, etc.
  • Prepare a list of bid documents for Project Coordinator to order
  • As required, in development of the project estimate including job site visits and identification of potential problems and conditions that may impact execution of the potential project
  • Attend pre-bid meetings as needed
  • Prepare Subcontractor bid list (Invitation to Bid) using Pipeline RFQ
  • Review and issue Addenda for distribution
  • Identify and prepare Qualifications for the project estimate/proposal
  • Assist in preparation of bid proposal form and transmit or hand-deliver (after review by Marketing) at specified date and time

Project Execution:

  • Obtain job number from Accounting Dept. if not already assigned
  • Set up job on Timberline including Job number, Job name, key contacts, Commitments, Estimates and Change details.
  • Project files/binder set up and management
  • Prepare “Scope of Work” for subcontracts. Review and sign contracts, subcontracts, purchase orders, notices to proceed, letters, e-mails, faxes and correspondence
  • Obtain, update, propose and/or initiating project documentation including
  • Assist in ordering (via the Accounting Department) bid bonds and performance bonds
  • Project Contract
  • Drawing distribution and related log
  • Establish the project team
  • Project Information Sheet (PIS)
  • Project schedule
  • Material Procurement logs
  • RFI’s, RFP’s and related logs
  • Assist in Expediting of Building permit
  • Special inspection requirements (by City, State, Engineers, Architects, Labs, OSHA, Storm Compliance Officers, etc.) Job Cost Updates
  • Submittal/Shop Drawing review and related management
  • Initiate insurance certificate for delivery to Client (coordinate with Accounting Dept.) in accordance with contract.
  • Manage project revisions. Price and prepare in Timberline: Change Requests, Change Orders and issue Subcontract and PO Change Orders upon approval
  • Prepare RFI’s and RFP’s; secure RFI and RFP responses
  • Prepare Agenda and chair regular job meetings. Prepare Meeting Minutes quickly and distribute for action by attendees Update Weekly Project Reports (RFI Log, RFP Log, Submittal Log, Schedule, Safety Meeting Minutes, Job Site Daily Log, etc.)
  • Prepare Pay Applications and monitor collections with Client
  • Comply with Special Requirements – not typical to OSC (for example: special forms, copying of invoices on cost-plus and G-Max jobs, etc.)
  • Approve Subcontractor/Vendor invoices on a weekly basis and upon payment from Client, release invoices for payment.
  • Assure contractual compliance of materials and workmanship
  • Secure required inspections and approvals
  • Prepare and distribute Certificate of Substantial Completion to Client and Architect
  • Prepare preliminary punch list (“Pre-Punch”) and assure quality-control
  • Prepare Punch List with Architect and expedite completion of punch items. (Assure attendance at Punch walk-thru by all parties necessary to have one Punch List only)
  • Expedite Close Out Documentation, “As Built” drawings, Owner’s Manuals, Lien Releases , Warranties, C of O (or C of C), etc. and deliver to Client signifying project completion
  • Finalize job cost accounting
  • Project Close Out & archive job files

  • Live local to Houston
  • Recent experience with General Contractor is preferred
  • Excellent written and verbal communications skills, including ability to present complex information in a clear and concise manner
  • MS Office proficiency: Outlook, Excel, Word, etc.
  • Ability to organize necessary resources, including people, tools and time to meet tight deadlines and achieve desired results
  • Working knowledge of current market conditions including pricing conventions and trends


  • College Degree (Architect, Construction, or Engineering)
  • 5 Years of experience in Office Interiors Project Management is required


  • Performance Based Bonus
  • Medical, Dental, Vision, Basic Life and AD&D Insurance
  • Short Term and Long Term Disability
  • 401(k) with company match
  • Paid Vacation, Sick Time, and Holidays