A junior level Assistant Project Manager obtains, evaluates, coordinates and distributes the information and authorizations necessary to construct projects on time, within budget and to the quality specified. The APM is responsible to protect and promote the interest of both the business and client in all matters as well as demonstrate the personal characteristics of a beginner-level leader. While learning paths, growth and promotional opportunity vary, most team members are APMs for two to six years.
-Maintain adherence to standards of safety
-Ensure that required documentation is filed
-Assist in creating and managing project budget for all assigned projects
-Develop pre-construction RFP package
-Assist in conducting project meetings, setting milestones and formulating monthly owner report
-Establish job processes (RFIs, submittals, and pay applications) including approving pay applications and negotiating subcontract change orders
-Update project schedule; ensure project quality control and establish overall project logistics
-Assist in managing the closeout process
-Collaborate with the project superintendent and site operations team throughout the life of the project
-High school diploma required, four-year degree from an accredited university within the construction, engineering, or business concentrations strongly preferred
-1-3 years' experience in commercial construction, including experience with a commercial general contractor
-Previous experience on commercial job sites strongly preferred
-Passion for construction and our industry; ability to recognize and seek quality
-Ability to master sector/project-specific software systems including but not limited to: Microsoft Office suite (ex. Project, Excel, Word, Outlook, PowerPoint, etc.), ProCore, Adobe, BlueBeam, JD Edwards
We are an equal opportunity employer and make hiring decisions based on merit. Recruitment, hiring, training, and job assignments are made without regard to race, color, national origin, age, ancestry, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, disability, or any other protected classification. We consider all qualified applicants, including those with criminal histories, in a manner consistent with state and local laws, including the City of Los Angeles' Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring Ordinance.