- The qualified project manager will bring the necessary skills to effectively manage a construction project from the early stages through completion. A typical project manager will assist during the pre-construction phase with early schedule development, budgeting, and constructability reviews, and ultimately takes the lead for the construction team during the construction phase. Responsibilities would regularly include: budget maintenance, project buyout, account receivables, subcontractor procurement and contracting, shop drawing and submittal process, schedule development and maintenance, safety plan implementation, quality assurance plan implementation, customer satisfaction and overall project team relations.
- Applicants should have 8-12 years of commercial construction experience with a B.S. in Construction Management or Civil Engineering.
- Competitive salary, paid vacation and holidays, personal/sick time, discretionary bonus program, 401K matching program, company subsidized medical insurance, dental insurance, pre-tax medical and dependent care spending accounts, life insurance, short/long-term disability, ongoing education and training.