Construction project manager

Employer: Emerson Croft
  • Construction
  • Engineering
  • Job type: full-time
    Job level: peste 5 years of experience
  • nationwide
    Updated at: 03.07.2020
    Short company description

    We are a Silicon Valley recruitment firm that powers companies used daily by millions of users. We work out of offices on 3 continents, with the majority of us working remotely from home or coworking spaces.


    1. Degree in civil engineering or a diploma in construction technology or related field
    2. 5y+ experience as a Project Manager on new-building commercial and industrial projects
    3. Fluent English
    4. Understanding of construction terms, scheduling and planning concept
    5. Be capable to absorb, synthesize, categorize, delegate high amounts of information
    6. Have exceptional relationship-building skills


    1. Advise developing team on best practices
    2. Create a project schedule
    3. Review the project plans and specifications and comment on the building design, scheduling, possible cost savings measures and potential construction problems
    4. Assist in preparation of project budget
    5. Assist in assembling the job site office and equipment requirements
    6. Inform the Consultant/Client of any errors, discrepancies or omissions contained within the Consultant’s design drawings
    7.Expedite all CCN & CO (change order) costs and maintain current CO logs
    8. Ensure completion of and track all independent testing and inspections as required
    9. Issue monthly progress draws and invoicing to consultant and client including final holdbacks
    10. Maintain and enforce good construction standards and quality control
    11. Prepare monthly cost forecasting summaries
    12. Ensure that “as-built” drawings are prepared on an ongoing basis by all trades during the construction period and issue final close-outs to consultant/owner accordingly

    Other info

    They’re looking for a fiercely independent and self-motivated person who can thrive in the comfort of their own work-space, on their own hours.

    Their company culture is intense, but professionally and personally rewarding. You’ll own projects, be expected to contribute ideas at a high level, and execute. Best of all, working in a remote setting allows you to spend less time in meetings and more time doing the things you love.