Senior Project Manager - Hotel Construction


Miami, FL


United States

Currently, we are looking for a highly motivated individual to join our hotel sector Project Management team as a Senior Project Manager. This individual will be an integral part of team and be seen as a leader in our business.

Who is our dream candidate?

  • The obvious answer is, someone who is energetic, self-motivated and possesses superior analytical and problem-solving skills. A highly effective communicator and team leader who can see the big picture!
  • The ideal candidate has successfully supported both the design and construction phases of a complex hotel construction projects and has experience organizing and leading diverse design teams.

What the job looks like:

  • Manage multiple projects (depending on size) and these projects will include management and oversight of multiple stakeholders including clients, client vendors, architects, engineers, general contractors, etc. In our role, we are expected to be the creative thinkers always looking for opportunities to improve project delivery and reduce risk.
  • Oversee all aspects of the project including managing MGAC’s project-based contract, performance, billings, accounts receivable, etc. on the project. This position calls for continuous evaluation of team effectiveness with the goal being to serve our clients and our business.
  • Acts as the Owners representative with primary responsibility for all phases of the project.
  • Manage project teams consisting of all design, construction, and owner-direct vendors.
  • Manages all phases of the project or program including strategic planning, budgeting, scheduling, initiation, procurement, execution, monitoring, and closeout phases of the project.
  • Prepare and author consultant and contractor RFQ and RFP material.
  • Identify project risks and develop risk mitigation strategies.
  • Oversee and prepare accurate project documentation for all phases of the project.
  • Advocate on behalf of the client during disputes, disagreements, modifications or change orders.
  • Track and submit invoices, purchase orders, and other financial commitments, exposures and obligations.
  • Maintain relationships with the wider construction industry, trade associates, vendors, and professional organizations.
  • Participate in business develop activities to promote and maximize opportunities for MGAC, including cross-selling of MGAC services on all projects.
  • Lead and mentor additional MGAC staff assigned to support their projects (Assistant Project Managers, Project Engineers, etc.).

Ideally, you'll have the following:

  • Bachelor’s or Associates Degree in Engineering, Construction Management, or related field is preferred but, relevant work experience will also be considered in lieu of degree.
  • At least 10 years of experience in construction project management with a thorough understanding of the building design and construction process.
  • Experience leading hotel construction projects, specifically organizing and leading diverse design teams.
  • Ability to travel
  • Excellent analytical, organizational, problem solving, presentation, interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills.
  • Proficient with the following software applications (at a minimum): MS Office, PS Project/Primavera P6, Adobe Acrobat (or Blue Beam, Nitro pdf, etc)

Better Benefits, Better Life

We believe employers should empower the whole person, not just the “employee.” Our benefit structure is designed to support all five pillars of overall wellness: Financial, Physical, Emotional, Social, and Professional.

Our comprehensive benefits package


Health, Rx, Dental, and Vision Insurance Plans


401(k) Retirement Plan


Basic Life Insurance


AD&D Insurance


Voluntary Life / AD&D Insurance


Short-Term + Long-Term Disability


Paid Parental Leave


Flexible Spending Plans


Tuition Reimbursement


Cell Phone Reimbursement


Commuter Reimbursement


Professional Development Support


Mental Health + Wellness Programs


Vacation, Paid Holidays, and Sick Time


Competitive Compensation + Bonuses

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