compensation: Up to $45,000 (DOE) employment type: full-time
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The Assistant Project Manager provides overall administrative and construction support for multiple projects for our Project Management Team.
Review project plans, bid documents and proposals
Writing Subcontracts and Purchase Orders
Assist and collaborate with Project Manager and field personnel (Super's & Foremen)
Assist in conducting project meetings & setting milestones
Assist in managing the close out process
Order materials and coordinate deliveries
Set up and maintain all job-site records, including project directory, submittal logs, RFI Logs, subcontractor correspondence, etc.
Assume total project supervision responsibilities in Project Manager's absence.
The responsibilities of this position include, but are not limited to those listed above.
Knowledge & Skills:
Minimum 2 years' experience in construction industry.
Associates Degree preferable.
Proficient in using a computer and the below listed programs:
Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, Excel, etc.).
Ability to read blue prints.
Must have strong organization and time management skills, and the ability to self-motivate.
Ability to multi-task under time constraints and working effectively as a team player in a professional office environment.
Demonstrates excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Problem analysis and problem solving skills.
Tactful, professional demeanor with the ability to interact effectively with managers, employees, vendors and others.
• Competitive salary, depending on experience.
• Health coverage available for individual after 30 days.
• Paid vacation
• Paid major holidays
Please email resume and cover letter for immediate consideration.
Only candidates local to the North County San Diego area should apply.
We encourage military personnel and veterans to apply.
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