The average pay for a Project Manager, Construction is EGP 178,996 per year. A skill in Project Management is associated with high pay for this job. Most people in this job have more than five years' experience in related jobs.
|Range||EGP 0EGP 543K|
|Salary||EGP 60,820 - EGP 483,219|
|Bonus||EGP 50.00 - EGP 135,330|
|Profit Sharing||EGP 1,000|
|Total Pay (|
XTotal Pay combines base annual salary or hourly wage, bonuses, profit sharing, tips, commissions, overtime pay and other forms of cash earnings, as applicable for this job. It does not include equity (stock) compensation, cash value of retirement benefits, or the value of other non-cash benefits (e.g. healthcare).)
|EGP 60,820 - EGP 543,807|
Job Description for Project Manager, Construction
A construction project manager oversees building projects. Much of the work in this job is administrative. Some duties of this job are estimating, carrying out quality control, creating employee schedules and project completion schedules, reviewing designs, and creating proposals. Since this is a management position, years of experience in the field are usually necessary.Read More...
The project manager will be given a budge, and he or she will have to acquire the most suitable materials within this budget. It is also important to hire quality subcontractors and direct employees who are willing to complete the jobs necessary at an affordable price. The project manager must maintain high standards of quality, so it is important to oversee all steps of the process. Customer service skills are important, in order to be able to gain customer satisfaction and to acquire future jobs. The project manager will work with clients before and throughout the project, in order to review what work will be done and what work has been done. Leadership skills come in handy, as the project manager will be overseeing the work of many different employees and parties. It is important to be able to make sure that safety guidelines are being adhered to by all parties.
This job requires a lot of multitasking, so the ability to stay calm under pressure while keeping deadlines is important. Though the manager will typically have an office, much of the work is done in the field, which may subject the manager to harsh weather conditions. Usually, a bachelor’s degree in engineering is required. (Copyright 2018 PayScale.com)
Project Manager, Construction Tasks
- Plan and oversee implementation of design for construction, renovation, and maintenance projects.
- Consult with clients and company representatives to direct project development.
- Oversee budgeting, scheduling, and other managerial aspects of project.
- Select and coordinate contractors needed for project.
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