At Commodore, our Project Managers (PMs) run complex renovation and construction projects for our clients in the Commercial, Corporate Interiors, Academic/Institutional, Life Sciences & Technology, Multi-family Housing, Retail, and Hospitality sectors. PMs report to the Project Executive in Charge and splits their time between the field and the office. Hours can be early and sometimes late. A PM’s direct reports vary in number, depending on the scope, and size of the project.
Of the many qualities that make a Project Manager successful, the most important ones are the confidence to take charge, the spirit to collaborate, and the ability to focus on the details of a project. The best Project Managers have a sixth sense for anticipating risk.
Our best PMs are highly organized and skilled at people and construction management. They understand the fundamentals of business and assume total accountability for the outcome of a project. A PM’s responsibilities include budgeting, buyout, scheduling, procurement, contract negotiations, client communications, closeout, and overall management of the project team.
A minimum of 4-year college degree and 5-10 years of relevant experience are required to apply for this position, along with a driving sense of urgency and the desire to lead. Successful Project Managers receive mentoring, formal training, support, and a clearly defined path for progression within the Commodore organization.