Construction Project Manager

22 March

Position: Construction Project Manager

Job description

The role will be a Project Manager for various projects throughout the development lifecycle at Tatu City through effective management of the set budgets and timelines, in conjunction with service providers (where relevant), and subsequent execution of development activities against these targets.



  • Bear overall responsibility/liability for the Project implementation.
  • Ensure successful completion of the project in terms of cost, time, quality and EHS.
  • Determine the required resources, i.e. labor, equipment and materials, from start to finish, paying attention to budgetary constraints.
  • Organizing the process of obtaining the required permits and licenses from the relevant authorities.
  • Collaborate with designers, engineers, architects, etc. to develop and approve Project specifications among stakeholders.
  • Using the project team or with involved Consultants, organize the process of reviewing technical documentation and drawings.
  • Plan all construction activities and schedule intermediate milestones to ensure deadlines are met.
  • Prepare an overall work program and monitor it weekly to understand delays and reduce the risk of delays.
  • Conduct weekly and monthly meetings.
  • Coordinate subcontractor estimates and organize weekly/monthly meetings for smooth progress of the project.
  • Ensure that consultants review feasibility and technical design of proposals.
  • Evaluate progress and prepare daily/weekly/monthly reports according to agreed format.

Project Brief:

  • Upon receipt of the Project Brief from the respective Clients, coordinate the activities of the Consultants in accordance with the requirements of the Project Brief.
  • Arrange for revisions of the project brief as necessary during project development. Make any changes to the Project Brief and obtain the necessary Client approval before issuing the Project Brief to the Consultants.
  • Ensure that the Consultants’ projects comply with the Project Brief.


  • Procurement strategy development.
  • Establish clearly agreed responsibilities for consultants, contractors and subcontractors.
  • Organization of the procurement process for contractors and consultants, coordination and approval of procurement documents at the Project Team level.
  • Procure equipment and materials in a timely manner and monitor their inventories.
  • Concluding contracts with external suppliers to achieve favorable agreements.
  • Ensure the availability and procurement of major goods and subcontracts in accordance with the schedule and at the approved price.
  • Responsible for materials and warehouse management, ensuring requisitions are completed on time and as planned.


  • Hire other contractor personnel and distribute responsibilities.
  • Monitor the work of staff and give instructions on the implementation of the project, evaluate the effectiveness of the work of project team members, delegate tasks to project team members.
  • Setting goals (KPI) for the year for project team employees. Monitoring the fulfillment of goals, assessing performance.


  • EHS Plan development for the project.
  • Assessing the required human resources to carry out appropriate EHS management.
  • Comply with all health and safety standards and report concerns.
  • Serve as an example in implementing the company’s “injury-free and accident-free work” approach.
  • Organize periodic scheduled and unscheduled site audits with the involvement of EHS department.


  • Develop Project budget based on the procurement strategy and available design.
  • Agree on the budget with all interested stakeholders.
  • Ensure timely completion of monthly assessments and maintain backlog records by liaising with QS.
  • Control the cost and budget of the project.
  • Monitor and record all project changes and make timely adjustments to budget.
  • Coordinate all budget changes with stakeholders.
  • At the end of the project, prepare a report on the final cost of capital investments, as well as a budget for transition to operations.

Quality assurance (QA):

  • Develop QA Plan for the project.
  • Responsible for QA and QC on site.
  • Work and liaise closely with the Quality Department to ensure EOTs and delay claims are recorded.
  • Organize the inspection and acceptance process of construction materials and equipment arriving at the site.
  • If necessary, initiate additional independent tests and quality audits for construction materials and equipment whose quality is questionable or compromised.
  • Organize the process of preparing and collecting all as-built documentation for the project.



Hard skills and experience:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Civil or Architectural Engineering, Construction Management, or equivalent.
  • A minimum of 10 years’ experience as a Project Manager.
  • Proven experience as a Project Manager handling multistorey projects (not less than 6 floors) for residential construction, commercial projects/mix-use with a GBA 5 000; experience in industrial projects is a preference.
  • Familiarity with quality and health and safety standards ISO, BS, EN, and other applicable standards.

How to apply

Please send your updated resume to by March 30, 2024, and indicate ‘Construction Project Manager’ in the subject line.