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Assistant Project Manager

Category: Operations
Location: Algonquin, IL
Job Number: 54632

The Assistant Project Manager is responsible for assisting the Project Manager in developing, planning, organizing and cost controlling procedures to ensure compliance with customer specific contract requirements for multiple accounts with multi-site locations and customers.? The Assistant Project Manager is responsible for multi-site performance of services to the customer(s); and ultimately retention of those customer(s) as a client(s).? Has direct responsibility for supervising custodians for the accounts(s), staffing all shifts with supervisors and service personnel including hiring and training. It is imperative the Assistant Project Manager implements quality control programs, controls inventory for the sites, and works with the customer(s) personnel at the site to address and make an action plan for any service issues.? The Assistant Project Manager must also perform the following duties personally or through other supervisory personnel; overseeing inspections, quality control, scheduling of periodic work and inventory control of equipment and supplies at the account(s).? 

Essential Duties:

Assists with the supervision of ordering materials, supplies and equipment within budgetary guidelines.
Travels to various locations to monitor crews and assures contracts are being met according to customer guidelines.
Develops and maintains records and reports as determined by the department director, including but not limited to time sheets, payroll reports, staff schedules, Outcome Management System data and inventory of materials and supplies.
Implements and maintains program policies, procedures and conditions which comply with appropriate regulatory and accreditation agencies.
Communicating positively and consistently with staff, community members and vendors.
 

High School Diploma or GED

Two years of supervisory experience
Must be detail oriented with excellent time management skills, and have the ability to meet various deadlines and effectively communicate with staff, community and individuals
Must have a current, valid Driver’s License and proof of automobile insurance
Must meet requirements of company insurance carrier and drive agency vehicles as needed
Demonstrate problem solving techniques
Must be able to work a flexible schedule

Preferred Qualifications:

Bilingual Spanish speaking skills

Budget Management: 1 year
Supervising staff: 1 year
Inventory Control: 1 year
Microsoft office: 1 year
Payroll & Time keeping: 1 year
Bilingual- Spanish

Bachelor’s Degree