We are looking to add members to our project management teams in New York City and Boston. If interested, please send your resume (inclusive of list of projects) to email@example.com
DBI Projects is a growing, multidisciplinary firm that plans and manages real estate and capital projects. Since 2002, we have partnered with a diverse list of non-profit, public, and private clients to execute ambitious projects in the New York City region and around the globe. DBI often works with schools, colleges and universities, social service non-profits, foundations, theaters, religious organizations, housing cooperatives, commercial organizations, sureties, and more, and is the leading manager of school development projects in the region. We take full responsibility for the success of each project, from concept through delivery, and are seeking to hire individuals who embody this mentality in their approach.
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Senior Project Manager
Senior Project Managers are the primary point of contact with the client and for all project consultants. They are responsible for overall budget and schedule management, in addition to strategic planning with the client to anticipate and address project-specific needs. As DBI is typically one of the first consultants hired for a project, Senior Project Managers are responsible for assisting the client in developing an overall project framework and selecting the appropriate project team to ensure successful and timely completion of the project. DBI leaders are also expected to develop the skill sets of DBI team members working under them.
Prospective applicants should have 10+ years of experience with project management, real estate development, architecture, or related practices, with experience leading project delivery. Applicants should have direct experience in all project phases and should have served in the role of project lead on at least three projects greater than 50,000-sf.
Additionally, previous work experience should include direct involvement in:
- Institutional projects
- Construction administration
- Coordinating between or with A/E teams, contractors, and various stakeholders
- Schedule and budget management
Applicants should have strong written and verbal communication skills and be prepared to lead project meetings.
The position will be in-person, 5 days a week, from our office in Boston’s Back Bay.
Applicants should send their resume (inclusive of list of projects) and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.