Assistant Project Manager

You will work with industry leaders who want to help you build your career while mentoring emerging Project Engineers. You can expect to manage your own small to medium sized projects while also working under the lead of a Project Manager to receive exposure on larger, more technical projects. You will also work closely with our field superintendents to manage a diversified portfolio of ongoing work. You will be given the training tools and resources to take the next step in your career. You will forge relationships with clients, architects, construction managers and property managers while attending owners meetings and interacting closely with subcontractors.


Responsibilities:

  • Schedule and attend job walks

  • Identify subs, prepare bidder RFPs and qualify bids

  • Assist in creating project schedules

  • Prepare subcontractor agreements and keep insurance certificates current

  • Assist with permit process and city inspections

  • Prepare meeting minutes and weekly status reports

  • Track, review and maintain RFI’s, submittals, shop drawings and samples

  • Code all documents for jobsite filing

  • Complete project close out documentation and assist in punch list tracking and review


Qualifications:

  • 3-5 years of construction experience, including 2 years as a Project Engineer or equivalent experience preferred

  • Graduation from an accredited four-year college with major coursework in Construction Management, Engineering, Architecture or a related field preferred

  • LEED accreditation preferred

  • Knowledge of construction principles, techniques and procedures including project estimating and scheduling

  • Skilled in Microsoft Office, On Screen Take-Off (OST), Microsoft Project, Procore, Blue Beam, PlanGrid preferred

  • Ability to communicate and present information to clients in meetings and formal interviews

  • Strong problem solving, organizational skills and detailed oriented

  • Ability to read architectural / engineering plans and specifications

  • Time Management: The ability to organize and manage multiple priorities.

  • Ability to adapt behavior to meet the needs of the project to ensure project success

  • Mentor colleagues and participate in annual staff reviews

 

Open Positions:

We are looking for Assistant Project Managers to join our San Francisco office and our Santa Clara office. Click on the green buttons below to apply.

 

LOCATIONS

San Francisco and Santa Clara

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