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Construction Program Manager

Route Networking Group - Boise, ID


Together with one of our clients, Route Networking Group (RNG) is seeking a talented Construction Program Manager to help our client successfully plan, organize, and execute, a large hospital project in McCall, Idaho.

If you’re ready to launch your career to the next level while also living in a breathtakingly beautiful, mountain lake town, read on. This is an excellent opportunity for someone with experience in the construction/architecture/healthcare operations space.

 Responsibilities and Commitment


The Program Manager (PM) shall work closely with the Users and Operations teams of the Hospital stakeholders in conjunction with the A&E and Construction team of the project. The PM shall feel comfortable in overseeing scheduling, pricing, and technical information along with identifying risks and compliance matters. He or she shall ensure master plans are followed and develop solutions to program challenges; collaborating with others for a successful project on time and on budget.The ideal PM candidate will have experience in presenting status reports to Executives.

Strong communication skills, attention to detail, and team building skills are all necessities to this position. Activities shall include planning, organizing and controlling specific elements of the project yet working as a positive influence for the overall project team. The Program Manager shall develop and implement strategic communications, policies and processes for a successful project outcome. The Program Manager is actively involved in all phases of a project.

Due to the location of this project, any candidate interested in applying will need to live in or be willing to move to McCall, Idaho for the duration of the project (up to three years). Compensation will include a living stipend as well as assistance with any relocation costs.

Typical Tasks

Each project has different specifications, goals, environmental conditions, and financial considerations. Below is a list of general tasks of a Program Manager (though these will vary depending on the specific project).

  • Review project plans and proposals, while working with management to develop project objectives
  • Assist with the development and implementation of project control documents
  • Review and understand client’s requirements and performance standards, processes and policies and participate in the implementation of these services.
  • Participates in the review of all scope, schedule and budget strategies
  • Through collaboration and other forms of communication, assist with the technical and compliance aspects of the project.
  • Prepare status reports to the Executives and regularly monitor budgets associated with the General Contractors, Architect and Engineers and their schedules, reviews, verifies and may approve expenditures; provides input to Contractor contracts.
  • Keeps an accurate electronic record of all elements of the project.
  • Maintains a positive attitude for a safe, clean and productive environment in the office and on site. Maintains project integrity and client reputation through compliance with local, state and federal agencies

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

The PM must demonstrate knowledge of the overall Design and Construction of commercial, industrial projects, health care.

General practices - means and methods, industry standards, environmental regulations, budgeting, scheduling software, i.e., Microsoft Office Suite, Document Control Software, and desire to learn new tools as necessary.

The Program Manager leads by example and presents a professional image. He or she is an unwavering Team player, possesses a strong work ethic, maintains flexibility, and works well in a fast-paced environment. The PM is competent in handling simultaneously occurring tasks and smaller projects and has excellent written and verbal communication skills.

This career requires analytical and mathematical skills, quick-thinking, and a solid understanding of the main principles of Architecture, Engineering, and Construction.

Education and Experience

An Associate's Degree in Project Management is desired. Strong preference for candidates with a Bachelor’s degree in Construction Management, Project Management, Engineering, or Architecture, or equivalent professional experience.

If all of the above sounds like you and you have an interest in relocating to McCall, ID (or you’re already there), we’d be delighted to talk with you! Please apply using the link provided and be sure to include a brief note about why you’re interested in the role.

Posted On: Tuesday, July 30, 2019
Compensation: 70,000-100,000

Tagged: Construction

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