Summary of the Executive Vice President – General Contracting
Primarily responsible for providing overall strategic direction and operational leadership for the Company assisting in organizing and facilitating the decision-making process of the advisory Board of Directors and implementing Board directives, policies and activities. Responsible for developing and periodically updating the Company’s strategic business plan, marketing its services, financial management, identifying business opportunities, managing engagements, initiating and preparing proposals and negotiating contracts on behalf of the Company. The EVP serves as the principal spokesperson for the Company. The position requires strategic thinking, a high level of energy and enthusiasm for hard work and an ownership attitude.
Responsibilities of the Executive Vice President – General Contracting
- Responsible for ensuring that all aspects of the Company services are being delivered at the highest level to ensure that the client is satisfied.
- Oversee company operations to insure production efficiency, quality, service and cost effective management of resources.
- Review and update company operational procedures, policies and standards.
- Review activity reports and financial statements to determine progress and status in attaining objectives and revise objectives and plans in accordance with current conditions.
- Responsible and accountable for revenue and growth/profit of the company.
- Responsible for generating all contracts and proposals and assist in closing deals.
- Mentor and supervise Project Engineers/Managers to develop operational skills and setting goals for training and professional growth.
- Provides direction to the onsite project team and is responsible for reviewing periodic reports and assessing whether there are issues that he/she should be involved in directing resolution.
- Report to President regarding operational issues and project management execution.
- Responsible for preparing, managing, monitoring and maintaining comprehensive budgets, schedules and cost at completion projections.
- Coordinates monthly Work in Progress reports on the status of projects and projected cost, change orders, and job profits.
- Market the company and build client relations. Establish a clear and concise marketing strategy.
- Ability to develop design-build capacity through strategic partnerships.
Requirements of the Executive Vice President – General Contracting
- At least 20 years of professional experience in construction with a minimum of 5-7 years in an increasingly responsible senior leadership position.
- Have a minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in engineering, architecture or construction management. A graduate degree in a technical area or an MBA is preferred.
- Strong relationship builder and communicator with experience in identifying relationships that need additional effort and attention.
- Demonstrates integrity and conducts business activities with the highest professional and ethical standards.
- Possess strong financial acumen (P&L and budgeting skills), analytical skills and risk analysis skills.
- Ability to develop financial plans and manage company resources.
- Experience in strategic planning and timing of execution.
- Ability to measure results of a performance based organization using metrics while recognizing that certain engagements have very specific resource management needs.
- Effective communicator both written and verbal. Strong interpersonal skills with ability to communicate and interact with officials at all levels and to work effectively with a wide range of individuals.
- Strives for excellence in his/her work and has experience leading others to new levels of effectiveness.
- Requires a willingness to work a flexible schedule and travel to the neighbor islands as needed.
- Must be available to serve on industry and community associations to further the company profile in being engaged on multiple areas.
Job Seeker FAQ’s
Q. There are countless ways that I can find jobs on my own, why should I work with Dunhill?
Working with a Dunhill recruiter will ensure that your resume and qualifications stand out amongst the competition. We work on your behalf and showcase your experience in the best way possible. Additionally, many businesses are using staffing agencies to save time and streamline their hiring process. Dunhill has unique access to job opportunities that job search engines and classifieds do not.
Q. Is there a fee for working with a Dunhill Recruiter?
No there is never a fee for our candidates. If we place you in a job, our clients pay all fees.
Q. If I work with a Dunhill recruiter, am I obligated to accept a job?
No, you are not obligated to accept a position.
Q. What types of employment opportunities are available through Dunhill?
Dunhill provides staffing across all types of industries and positions for permanent and temporary assignments. We specialize in administrative, accounting, IT, engineering, and construction job opportunities.
Q. What types of companies does Dunhill work with?
Dunhill has the privilege of working with the best companies and government agencies in the state. We work with a variety of companies from large construction contractors to small legal firms. We also provide contract employees to various government agencies including the Hawaii National Guard, USACE, and Hawaii Health State Corporation.
Q. As a temporary employee, how and when will I get paid?
Your pay rate depends upon your qualifications, skill level, and job responsibilities. Dunhill issues paychecks every Friday for work performed the previous week.
Q. What kind of benefits will I receive as a Dunhill employee?
Dunhill offers a competitive benefits package that includes employer-paid health insurance, dental, vision, and prescription, paid vacation, sick leave and holiday pay. We also provide a 401(k) Profit Sharing Plan that Dunhill will match up to 4%.