Project Manager for Premier Custom Home Builder
Are You a Master Builder of Raving Fans?
We’re seeking a top-notch Project Manager that is professional, communicative and gets things done! Takes ownership and accountability for outcomes of projects.
Our Project Managers get feedback from home owners, architects, and subs, that goes like this:
“Amazing knowledge and understanding of how to get homes built better than most project managers.”
“Outstanding project management abilities in anticipating problems, proactively developing solutions, leading and collaborating with the various teams, getting the project built to the home owner’s satisfaction and creating a raving fan of the home owner.”
“This is someone who over communicates with the owner, architect, and subs.”
“One of the calmest and most even-keeled individuals I’ve met. Takes criticism well, doesn’t get defensive or angry, keeps everyone moving forward in a positive and encouraging manner. We actually had fun working together on this project.”
Our best project managers regularly hear this feedback. Does your current company encourage, develop, and build their entire framework of working on projects around continually getting this type of positive feedback?
This is not a training opportunity, therefore the expectation is the applicant is a fully qualified Project Manager. A minimum 10 years of Project Management experience is preferred. Objectives for this position include reviewing production costs and budgets, cost tracking, progress reports and setting construction timetables. An excellent candidate is skillful in project scheduling and Microsoft Suite (Outlook, Project, Word, Excel).
If you would like to learn more about becoming part of a company that is rapidly becoming the standard for high-quality custom homes, send us a copy of your resume. We offer competitive pay, full benefits and profit sharing.
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(We’ll keep your dealings with us confidential, so your current employer never finds out we’ve been talking.)