This position involves primarily technical duties; however, certain administrative tasks may be required at times. The candidate’s tasks will include (but not limited to) being responsible for certain construction projects of your own, in addition to providing assistance to other team members on more complex projects.
Duties will involve completing plan and cost reviews, site observations, written reports, logging and tracking documentation, participating in meetings and preparing minutes, assisting in business development, and conducting research.
Travel to assigned projects, in- and out-of-state, on a monthly basis is a requirement, which will include overnight stays.
The Ideal Candidate Profile
The candidate must be fully knowledgeable in the construction administration process (pay applications, change orders, RFI logs, lien waivers, etc.) and be able to effectively liaise with developers, owners, investors and lenders. Candidates should either be actively pursuing or have attained a university level degree in Architecture, Construction Engineering, Construction Management, Facilities Management, Quantity Surveying, or similar. Five years of comparable experience will be considered in lieu of this requirement. Candidates are encouraged to pursue a construction related professional qualification such as AC, CPC, LEED AP, PE, PMP, RA, RICS, etc.
The person must be highly organized, detail-oriented, and have first-rate prioritization, communication, and interpersonal skills. Ability to handle diverse tasks with a high degree of accuracy and timeliness is essential.
Excellent grammatical skills and a high proficiency in Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, etc.) are also required.