The Assistant Project Manager is responsible for providing support in the day-to-day operation of custodial services. In the absence of the Project Manager, the Assistant Project Manager is the liaison between Didlake Corporate office, its customers, and staff. This position may be considered essential personnel with the ability to respond to work in a timely manner as determined by contract needs.
- Confers with Project Manager to direct and coordinates activities of the designated contract to ensure that goals or objectives of contract are accomplished within prescribed time frames and budget parameters.
- Coordinates with Contract Officer Representative (COR) and other appropriate staff to address concerns and proposed solutions.
- Oversees efficiency and quality control indicators to ensure contract requirements are met or exceeded.
- Reviews and implements health and safety procedures to meet federal and company standards; assists in the activities of the safety committee by providing technical and administrative support.
- Provides leadership to staff by fostering teamwork.
- Models dependability, hard work, strong ethics, and professional appearance.
- Complete essential duties/functions as detailed in your site's contract.
- Assures safety of employees by monitoring proper use of equipment and adherence to health and safety policies.
- Cultivates an atmosphere that promotes Human Rights for all individuals with disabilities and ensures training, incident reporting, and awareness of responsibilities of all personnel regarding Human Rights.
- Performs additional related duties as assigned by the Project Manager.
- Prepares and submits data, reports, summaries, etc. as may be required by Didlake, COR, or other staff.
- Communicates regularly with the Project Manager and the COR to provide status reports.
- Consistently monitors chemical usage and inventory
- Utilizes training opportunities to expand professional and technical knowledge.
- Responsible for subcontractor follow up to ensure work is completed.
- Identifies staff development opportunities and assign training.
- Gives feedback to nurture a positive environment and quality performance.
- Develops and maintains a relationship with all contractors and vendors guaranteeing efficient operations.
- Good steward of government funding and facilities of the complex.
- Manages supervisors, evaluates worker’s performance and makes recommendations to Human Resources on personnel actions.
Didlake, Inc. is a non-profit rehabilitation services organization. At Didlake, creating opportunities that enrich the lives of people with disabilities is our mission. Since 1965, Didlake has served thousands of people with significant disabilities by providing training, job placement, employment opportunities and day support services. We provide rewarding and purposeful work.