Title: Project Manager - Property Condition(HUD)
Project Manager - Property Condition(HUD)
As a Project Manager, you will apply your architectural and engineering expertise to conduct property condition assessments of residential buildings for equity investors and mortgagees. This position entails assessing a building’s physical condition, interviewing personnel familiar with its operations, and preparing a written report complete with costs to remedy the physical deficiencies observed.
Role and Responsibilities
· Prepare Property Condition Needs Assessments (PCNA);
· Preparation of quality supporting documents (site figures, appendices, etc.);
· Conduct project research as applicable to scope of work (historical, analytical, etc.);
· Conduct walk-through surveys to assess condition of building’s major systems: site work improvements, structure and foundations, facades and roofs, HVAC, and electrical and plumbing systems;
· Interview property owners, occupants, key site personnel and local government officials to obtain information concerning the subject property’s condition;
· Take document photographs of representative systems, conditions, and physical deficiencies;
· Conduct investigative research of service contractors and government agencies;
· Review repair/improvement cost information, certificate(s) of occupancy, maintenance reports and logs, Building and Fire Department inspection reports, and similar information;
· Prepare estimated costs to remedy building deficiencies;
· Deliver outstanding customer service through timely response and proactive solutions to client needs.
· Complete and finalize specific project tasks according to deadlines and within budget;
· Effectively communicate project progress and issues with Senior Project Managers and Directors;
· Maintain communication with team members throughout the course of the project;
· Plan, schedule, and track project timelines and milestones to ensure project progress status is on schedule;
· Identify and resolve issues with projects:
· Manage multiple projects; and
· Deliver outstanding client service with timely responses and proactive solutions.
Qualifications and Education Requirements
· Bachelor’s degree in Architecture, Engineering, Construction Management, or related field;
· One to five years of construction administration, architecture, engineering or similar experience; and
· Familiarity with construction best practices, general building codes, and various building types.
· Passion for being detail oriented and highly organized;
· Proficiency in Word, Excel, and Outlook; and
· Excellent verbal and written communication.