Asst Construction Project Manager

JOB SUMMARY

Responsible for obtaining technical expertise in new home construction to establish a solid foundation and understanding of the basic aspects of construction. Assists more senior Field Managers and/or direct supervisor in performing their duties and responsibilities.

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Complete Division and/or Field Manager orientation, onboarding and training programs (e.g., construction scheduling, job site rules, safety, warranty, SWPPP)
  • Develop literacy in building codes, construction and technical language, construction materials, construction schedules and construction methodologies and standards
  • Assist other Field Managers and/or direct supervisor in performing their duties and responsibilities, including, but not limited to: Monitoring job sites Validating schedule progression
  • Coordinating on-site inspections
  • Reviewing warranty requests Validating first pass yield
  • Coordinating “punch outs”

SCOPE

(decision making, size of organization, budgetary etc.)

  • Decision Impact: Division
  • Department Responsibility: Single
  • Budgetary Responsibility: No
  • Direct Reports: No
  • Indirect Reports: No
  • Physical Requirements: If applicable

MANAGEMENT RESPONSIBILITIES LEVEL:

MENTOR / COACH / FEEDBACK

Without Direct Reports:

  • Delegates work according to employee’s abilities and skills
  • Provides input to employee’s performance evaluations
  • Assists in the identification of internal and external training opportunities
  • Provides continuous coaching with regard to functional and leadership standards (technical skills and behaviors)

REQUIRED EDUCATION

(degree, licenses, certifications, etc.)

  • Minimum of High School Diploma or equivalent Bachelor’s Degree in Construction or Engineering preferred

REQUIRED EXPERIENCE

(work related, tools/equipment, software, etc.):

  • Time in position: None
  • Demonstrate professional interaction skills with internal and external clients
  • Demonstrate good judgment and decision-making skills

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