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Construction Project Manager

Korean Cultural Center New York Korean Cultural Center New York Employer:
New York, NY, USLocation:
Mon, Jun 19 '17Posted on:

Korean Cultural Center New York seeks a Construction Project Manager

About the Korean Cultural Center New York

Inaugurated in 1979 under the auspices of the Korean Consulate General in New York, the Korean Cultural Center works to broaden understanding of Korea and Korea-U.S. relations through cultural and academic activities. The Cultural Center sponsors and hosts many different types of events, including art exhibitions, film screenings, music and dance events, culinary festivals, workshops, sports events,  among many others.

Job Description

  • Provide all professional services as a Project Manager for the Korea Center Construction Project in New York
  • Communicate and negotiate with all related organizations, government entities, contractors, and companies
  • Provide oversight of plan and operations, and coordinate the administration of bidding and contracting for other contractors for the Project
  • Negotiate with AMTRAK and adjacent property owners for assessment of agreements and coordinate implementation of the agreement
  • Ensure that the Project operates within policies, procedures, legislation, rules, and regulations of municipal, state, and federal governments and all related professional standards
  • Review, report, approve, and maintain documents on all drawings, plans, specifications, change orders, and VEs
  • Manage PM,GC, CA and all of their sub-contractors to ensure their performance and implementation
  • Review, confer with, and report on the Request for Information (RFI) and Change Orders (CO)
  • Review and report about on bills, requests of payments, and estimates pertaining to the Project
  • Review  and report  engineering and technical reports and propose alternatives or solutions for outstanding issues

        Produce and maintain daily, weekly, monthly progress reports and as needed

Requirements

           Bachelor's degree or higher education  in Architecture, Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering or related field

          5 years or more experience in related field

          Past experience with construction projects within Manhattan or NY areas

          Bilingual proficiency in English and Korean

Additional Information

          Work at the midtown Manhattan office full-time

          Salary negotiable based on experience

Please send  a resume and cover letter with salary requirements to jobs@koreanculture.org by June 23, 2017. No phone calls please.

 

 

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