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Construction Industry Careers through Orion Talent

Veterans excel in the Construction industry due to their experience working in team environments, ability to solve complex problems, and ease with working in different elements. Here, you will find everything you need to know about starting a career in the Construction industry, including testimonials from your fellow veterans, a glimpse into each segment of the industry, typical careers within Construction, and much more.

About the Industry

Commercial Construction

Commercial Construction

Commercial construction is the business of building and leasing or selling spaces in the private sector. These spaces can include but aren't limited to offices, manufacturing plants, medical centers, and retail shopping centers. Commercial construction projects and businesses primarily vary in size and scale.

Smaller scale projects like rebranding and reimaging fall into the scope of commercial construction. These projects refer to interior design updates - taking an outdated space and giving it a new image.

Rebranding and reimaging usually includes fresh paint, new floors, and technology or graphics modernization. Commercial renovation and remodeling are oftentimes mid-size commercial construction projects.

Residential Construction

Residential Construction

Residential construction is the business of building and selling individual and multi-family dwellings. The market fragments into single-unit, manufactured, duplex, quad-plex, and apartments and condominiums. Manufactured housing further divides into mobile homes and pre-built houses. The business varies primarily in the size and scale of the operations.

Typically, a builder buys a piece of land, develops the land by clearing and grading it, then constructs roads, sidewalks, drainage, waste removal, electrical and water supplies.

The builder then offers to build either custom homes or pre-designed homes, or pre-manufactured homes, depending on the market. In certain instances the builder may build one or more homes on speculation or "spec," meaning that the company builds the home without having a ready buyer in the hope that once the house is built, a buyer will appear.


Building Materials

Building Materials

The building materials segment of the construction industry consists of a wide range of companies involved in the mining, quarrying, and processing of raw materials used for both heavy and building construction. Materials such as cement, sand and gravel, clay, concrete, and marble are used in this industry.

Industrial and Equipment Manufacturing

Industrial and Equipment Manufacturing

Those in the industrial construction business design, install and maintain titanic structures including power plants, skyscrapers, warehouses, factories and other larger-than-life projects. The work can be as varied as working on a bridge, a dam or an oil refinery.

Industrial construction is a specific form of building that requires expert training and highly experienced workers who can multitask. Many industrial construction companies are large, multinational firms.

The equipment manufacturing industry produces equipment for residential, nonresidential, highway and other infrastructure construction. Companies in this industry build heavy-duty automobiles, specifically designed for implementing construction tasks, most commonly equipment concerning earthwork operations. Additional equipment includes power cranes, draglines and shovels, tractor shovel loaders, and other construction machinery and equipment.







JOB LISTINGS

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Sales Manager
Position ID: # EB-1057985957
Date Posted: 1/30/2023 5:38:04 PM
Location: Santa Fe, NM
Industry: Construction
Salary: $60,000 - $80,000

Job Description

Position Details:
• Title: Sales Manager
• Location: Santa Fe, NM
• Shift: M-F flexible day time hours
• Compensation: $100-120k/yr total compensation + $18k in employee-ownership equity
• Benefits: CDP offers a great benefits package to include medical/vision insurance, employee ownership stock, IRA w/3% matching, negotiable PTO, and much much more!!
• Travel: Minimal travel. Only a few trips a year, mostly to expos.
• Vaccine Requirement: None

Position Description:
• Hire and train sales staff, organize and oversee the schedules, territories, and performance of sales staff
• Conduct performance evaluations that are timely and constructive
• Provide leadership to the sales team, motivate and encourage sales team to ensure quotas are met
• Review and analyze sales and operational records and reports; using data to project sales, determine profitability and targets, and identify potential new markets
• Identify and analyze customer preferences to properly direct sales efforts
• Assign territories and sets quotas for sales teams
• Consult with potential customers to understand their needs; identifies and suggests equipment, products, or services that will meet those needs
• Resolve customer complaints, staffing problems, and other issues that may interfere with efficient sales operations
• Collaborate with executive leadership to develop sales quotas and strategies
• Prepares sales budget; monitors and approves expenses
• Acts as company representative at trade association meetings

Requirements:
• Bachelor’s degree in Business, Economics, or related field, OR comparable record of sales leadership experience required
• 3+ years of Sales management experience, background in flooring, construction or building industry preferred
• Experience in government contracting and procurement a plus
• Excellent verbal and written communication
• Excellent sales and customer service skills with proven negotiation skills
• Strong supervisory and empathetic leadership skills
• Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail
• Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite, Google Workspace, or related software



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Industrial Project Manager
Position ID: # EB-1939370363
Date Posted: 1/30/2023 5:03:14 PM
Location: Remote, TX
Industry: Construction
Salary: $150,000 - $185,000

Job Description

Position Details:

Title: Industrial Project Manager – Water/Wastewater, Oil & Gas or Chemicals/Manufacturing
Location: Water/Wastewater PM can be based out of any of company’s U.S. offices. Oil & Gas and Chemicals PM ideally based out of Houston, TX.
Shift: M-F Hybrid work schedule preferred, but can be Remote, with occasional travel to company’s office and client offices.
Compensation: $150k-175K Base Salary (or more), depending on experience and location, plus Bonus.
Benefits: offers some of the most competitive and comprehensive benefits in the industry:
• Medical, Dental, Vision plans, Short and Long Term Disability plans, Wellness Program.
• 401(k) Plan with match, Flexible Spending Accounts, Tuition Assistance, Adoption Assistance and Commuter Program.
• Life and Accident Insurance plan, Auto and Home Insurance plan, Business Travel Insurance plan.
• Paid Time Off, Flexible Work Options, Employee Assistance Program.
Travel: Able to travel approximately 10% of the time.
Vaccine Requirement: No corporate vaccine policy.

Position Description:
Our client is seeking a Senior Project Manager with previous experience managing small to large Consulting, Design and Design-Build industrial Water/Wastewater, Oil & Gas and/or Chemical projects. As part of their Industrial Division, you will contribute to their mission by leading and managing projects (Typical project sizes vary – typically in the $500K-$10M range) with Oil & Gas, Chemical, Food & Beverage, Metals & Mining, Utility, Manufacturing and other Commercial clients.
• Manage multiple large complex engineering projects from early concept development through detailed design and construction
• Serve as a mentor and leader of multi-discipline project teams
• Perform technical problem solving
• Lead and manage multi-discipline teams
• Perform guidance and review at the project level, assuring discipline and quality standards are adhered to
• Lead proposal teams and develop project approaches that lead to project wins
• Apply experience and innovation to solve problems of high complexity in area of expertise
• Effectively work with lead practitioners, quality managers, and key technical specialists
• Prepare and monitor project budgets and schedules in conjunction with assisting in negotiation of contracts and amendments
• Identify opportunities with existing clients, particularly by expanding service offerings

Requirements:
• Bachelor's degree in Engineering or related field
• 10+ years of related experience
• PE license preferred (required for Sr PM)
• PMP (PMI), CCM or DBIA certification is required within 12 months of hire
• Experience managing project scope, schedule and budgets - working with project management methodology including budget development, project planning, control and assurance methodologies, project management software and finance and accounting concepts and practices.
• In-depth knowledge of project goals, drivers, strategies, risks and opportunities.
• Good interpersonal and presentation skills for interacting with team members and clients.
• Excellent communication, networking and team building skills.
• Previous experience working directly with clients
• Ability to interact with many people and process a large volume of requests as necessary.
• Strong organizational skills to balance and prioritize work.

Preferred Qualifications:
• Professional Engineering (PE) license, strongly preferred.
• Master’s degree.
• Bachelor's degree in civil, environmental, or chemical engineering, or related degree.
• For Oil & Gas/Chemicals PM in Houston – Texas regulatory experience interacting with TCEQ, BLM and TRRC
• Experience managing facilities infrastructure and/or environmental projects for Industrial water/wastewater, Oil & Gas or Chemicals clients.
• Experience leading and managing high-tech expansion projects including data centers, semiconductor, etc.
• Proven experience managing preparation of engineering design packages for construction.

Company Description:
Our client is a global privately owned engineering and construction firm providing legendary client service and smart solutions in water, environment, transportation, energy, and facilities. In 1947, the company was founded with a commitment to maintain the constant pursuit of excellence, placing responsibility to their clients second only to responsibility to the public. By staying true to this promise for 75 years, they’ve forged tremendous, long-standing relationships, believing responsiveness is the foundation of serving their clients. With the power of independence, they make decisions based on what’s best for their clients and their employees, not outside investors.

Client Solutions - Industry: and stay competitive.
The company’s integrated design and construction teams understand the many pressures their clients face—getting to market quickly, improving operations, achieving compliance—and provide the right water, environmental and facility solutions to help them achieve their goals and stay competitive. Their industrial team provides full-service solutions—process engineering and plant betterment, facilities and infrastructure improvements, comprehensive environmental and water services, and various specialty offerings—to various industries. This allows their team to take sole responsibility for project delivery, from initial concept development through design, construction, commissioning and O&M. Their Industrial Division is experiencing tremendous growth with significant growth expected for at least the next 3-5 years in the primary markets they serve and solutions they deliver:
• Chemicals - manage environmental, infrastructure and capacity expansion challenges cost-effectively, responsibly, and sustainably with creative strategies that support competitiveness, growth, and profitability.
• Food & Beverage - sustainable solutions for energy, water conservation, wastewater treatment/reuse and waste reduction that improve operational efficiencies, manage water use, replace aging infrastructure and enhance environmental stewardship.
• Industrial Manufacturing - balance-of-plant design and construction for new facilities and facility expansions, risk reduction, remediation, and site closure, waste management and discharge, injury reduction and operation improvements or air/greenhouse gas emission consulting.
• Metals & Mining – decades of experience planning and permitting, design, construction, commissioning, operations and closure.
• Oil & Gas - safe and responsible exploration, development, production, refining and transportation of hydrocarbon resources. A leader in water, they emphasize resource management from sourcing and footprinting through treatment for reuse or discharge. They help operators reduce operating costs and manage risks while supporting infrastructure development, operations, and restoration.
• Power & Renewable Energy - address the environmental challenges with balance of plant design, all types of renewable energy, energy conversion and transmission, feasibility studies, innovative process modifications, site planning and development and site closure.

Why?:
Our client is an employee-owned organization, and people want to work with our client because they care about their people. The company stands out among Engineering and Design companies – they 100% embrace technology and innovation, and their project sizes are large enough and small enough to innovate in a meaningful way. For example, they recently helped a Dairy Farm with capturing methane gas to produce Renewable Natural Gas – they used AI, Machine Learning and Digital Twin technology to observe, monitor, control assets and optimize RNG production. As well, they are incredibly growth-minded, while not all about selling hours for dollars - they plan to become a $3B company, with much of that growth coming from the Industrial Services Division.

Our client attracts the best people in the industry, supporting their efforts to learn and grow. They strive to create a challenging and progressive work environment. They provide career opportunities that span a variety of disciplines and geographic locations, with projects that their employees plan, design, build and operate as diverse as the needs of their clients.

They are looking for high-caliber, highly experienced leaders who are hungry and motivated to grow the Industrial Division. There is tremendous opportunity to advance professionally within the company.







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Field Engineer
Position ID: # EB-1632689845
Date Posted: 1/26/2023 1:24:26 PM
Location: Southern California, CA
Industry: Construction
Salary: $100,000 - $100,000

Job Description

Title: Field Engineer
Location: Southern California (SD, OC, LA or Riverside)
Shift:
Compensation: Compensation: $100k starting first year salary
Benefits: Year 2 triggers retirement plant that comes with 15% of base pay annual contributions. Bonuses, Profit Shares, and Automobiles kick in with advance positions
Travel:
Vaccine Requirement:

Position Description:
The primary purpose of the Field Engineer is to train employees on how to build projects in the field and to aid the Superintendent in Field Management. The Field Engineer is responsible for the majority of the layout of the project as well as lift drawings, safety, and quality control responsibilities.

• Systematic training toward career advancement
• Subcontractor Management
• Assisting Foreman with interpreting plans and specifications
• Production and daily reporting

Requirements:
• Strong communication skills
• Microsoft Office Suites (specifically Excel, Prolog, Primavera, and AutoDesk Suite experience)
• 3 years of applicable experience (project management, leadership)
• 4-year degree in Civil, Structural, Architecture, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, or Construction Management preferred
• Military experience is heavily valued



Company Description:
As an employee-owned company, the company’s culture is based on dedication and commitment to achieving performance for our clients and employees. Established in 1937, our client celebrates over three-quarters of a century in the construction industry as a direct result of the performance of our people who focus on providing clients a higher level of service. The company plans, builds, and manages a diverse range of domestic and international project types that encompass development, new construction and renovation, facilities management for a variety of project types, including aviation and transportation, commercial office, educational, government, healthcare, mission critical, hospitality and leisure, industrial, justice and public safety, lab and research, multi-residence, museum and library, and more. Our client is an industry leader in the successful delivery of projects for both the public and private sectors providing real estate development, construction and facilities management services to support client’s needs.

Our client is hiring people that are seeking a career. There is a clear path toward advancement, promotion, greater responsibility, and compensation with the company.



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Director of Operations
Position ID: # EB-8528958461
Date Posted: 1/26/2023 10:31:27 AM
Location: Dayton, TX
Industry: Construction
Salary: $115,000 - $125,000

Job Description

Position Details:
Title: Director of Operations
Location: Dayton, TX
Shift: M-F; Normal Business Hours
Compensation: $115k -$125k + Annual Bonuses
Benefits: Comprehensive Corporate Benefits Package; Company Profit Sharing
Travel: None
Vaccine Requirement: Not Required

Position Description:
Due to continued company growth and profitability, the company, a leading supplier of foundation and shoring equipment, with six offices in the United States seeks applicants for the newly created position of Director of Operations for its branch office in Dayton, TX. This individual will perform a variety of tasks with creativity and judgment to accomplish concepts, practices and procedures set out by the President and Vice President / CFO of the company.

Requirements:
• Bachelor's degree in Construction / Project Management, Business or related field preferred; 6-10 years of relevant work and supervisory experience or military equivalent.
• Mechanical background/ understanding beneficial; preferred
• Proficient with the Microsoft Suite of Products including Excel, Word and Office required.
Beneficial Criteria:
• Six Sigma Certification (Black or Green Belt), desired but not required.
• Prior experience with a foundation contractor, service organization or in a mechanical role desired, but not required.
• Project Management background a plus.
• Microsoft Dynamics and / or Dynamics 365 Field Service, highly desired but not required.



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Civil Project Engineer
Position ID: # EB-1467535546
Date Posted: 1/26/2023 8:35:01 AM
Location: Denver, CO
Industry: Construction
Salary: $90,000 - $110,000

Job Description

Position Details:
Title: Civil Project Engineer
Location: Denver, CO
Shift: Days, as a project requires
Compensation: $90-110K
Benefits: Company employees receive a comprehensive benefits package that includes healthcare insurance, paid time away from work, retirement plans, and additional discretionary perks. Benefits include Vacation (120 hours), Sick Leave (48 hours), and 7 paid holidays; Medical, Dental, Pharmacy, Vision, Life, and Short- and Long-Term Disability Insurance; 401(k) Plan; and Employee Stock Options.
Travel: May have occasional travel for an out-of-state site visit or meetings, but it is not frequent
Vaccine Requirement: None

Position Description:
The Civil Project Engineer will manage the design of Commercial/Institutional Site Development projects, including utility layout, grading, & drainage analysis; mentor young engineering staff; provide technical leadership; and maintain contact with clients and jurisdictions.

Requirements:
• Project Engineer with a B. S. in Civil Engineering from an accredited university.
• Candidate will have passed the PE exam
• Colorado P.E. Registration
• 5 to 10 years of relevant experience in land development or municipal engineering.
• AutoCAD Civil 3D, StormCAD, WaterCAD, & SewerCAD experience
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills



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Project Engineer
Company: Orion Talent Opportunity
Position ID: # EB-1680635336
Date Posted: 1/17/2023 3:27:30 PM
Location: Greenville, SC
Industry: Construction
Salary: $60,000 - $70,000
Project Engineer
Company: Orion Talent Opportunity
Position ID: # EB-1752923929
Date Posted: 1/17/2023 3:24:39 PM
Location: Charleston, SC
Industry: Construction
Salary: $60,000 - $70,000
Project Engineer
Position ID: # EB-8367702215
Date Posted: 1/17/2023 3:21:42 PM
Location: Kansas City, KS
Industry: Construction
Salary: $60,000 - $65,000

Job Description

Orion Talent, the nation’s largest military recruiting firm, is currently recruiting transitioning or former military professionals for Project Engineer positions with a market-leading, full-service commercial concrete contractor.

Position Details:
• Title: Project Engineer
• Location: Kansas City, KS
• Shift: Typically M-F Day Shift, some non-traditional hours may occur
• Compensation: $60k-$65k
• Bonuses/Additional Compensation – Sign-On Bonus (~$3k) and Annual Performance Based Bonus (~5-7%)

Position Description: Project Engineer
As a Project Engineer, you will engage in the Daily Preparation Process (daily plan) to build commercial concrete construction knowledge through execution of work objectives.

Requirements:
• Seeking someone with a variety of project type experience and/or applicable degrees/certifications
• Knowledge of Microsoft programs, including Word, Excel, Outlook
• Excellent organizational and communication skills
• Knowledge of construction principles/practices very beneficial
• Strong leadership and managerial skills, ready to develop technical understanding for future business growth
• Eager to learn, seeks out information, an initiative and drive to improve oneself


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Project Engineer
Position ID: # EB-1221803191
Date Posted: 1/17/2023 3:17:05 PM
Location: Oklahoma City, OK
Industry: Construction
Salary: $60,000 - $65,000

Job Description

Orion Talent, the nation’s largest military recruiting firm, is currently recruiting transitioning or former military professionals for Project Engineer positions with a market-leading, full-service commercial concrete contractor.

Position Details:
• Title: Project Engineer
• Location: Oklahoma City, OK
• Shift: Typically M-F Day Shift, some non-traditional hours may occur
• Compensation: $60k-$65k
• Bonuses/Additional Compensation – Sign-On Bonus (~$3k) and Annual Performance Based Bonus (~5-7%)

Position Description: Project Engineer
As a Project Engineer, you will engage in the Daily Preparation Process (daily plan) to build commercial concrete construction knowledge through execution of work objectives.

Requirements:
• Seeking someone with a variety of project type experience and/or applicable degrees/certifications
• Knowledge of Microsoft programs, including Word, Excel, Outlook
• Excellent organizational and communication skills
• Knowledge of construction principles/practices very beneficial
• Strong leadership and managerial skills, ready to develop technical understanding for future business growth
• Eager to learn, seeks out information, an initiative and drive to improve oneself


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Project Analyst
Position ID: # EB-8827984119
Date Posted: 1/11/2023 11:18:15 AM
Location: Lenexa, KS
Industry: Construction
Salary: $90,000 - $110,000

Job Description

Position Details:  

Title: Project Analyst
Location: Lenexa, Kansas
Shift: Monday-Friday 8-5
Travel: 25% required
Compensation: $90k-$110k
o Bonuses/Additional Compensation: +Bonus of 15%
Benefits: Health insurance, Paid time off, Dental insurance, Vision insurance
Vaccine Requirement: No
Position Description:

Review, revise and assist operations with project schedules at all stages of project development and execution to meet contract requirements.
Develop and implement programs to train and educate operations personnel on issues related to labor control, project setup, planning and schedules, including relevant contract terms and their implications on job estimating, sequencing and execution.
Provide assistance to operations personnel on specific projects regarding the proper project set-up and project plan (work tasks and sequencing) suitable to meet project contract requirements.
Assist operations personnel in addressing ongoing project impacts, issues and schedule updates and modifications as they occur, to memorialize and quantify resulting impacts, as well as to respond to schedule changes by others and mitigate the associated delays and impacts.
Educate operations personnel about the collection of necessary data and evidence, and work with them in the collection of that data and support for the quantification of schedule and cost impact claims, Change Orders and Requests for Equitable Adjustments.
Advocate for and present, often in adversarial situations, claims, Change Orders and REAs with substantiation and professional presentations.
Assist and support external experts in their preparation of our claims documentation, and the experts’ and our internal personnel’s testimony for depositions, mediations, arbitration, litigation and any other necessary means of dispute resolution.
Assist with internal/external audits and post-mortem reviews of project execution to analyze lessons learned from projects involving claims and/or disputes and to develop best-practices going forward from those reviews.
Assist with developing new and improved processes regarding the planning and scheduling performance on projects and assist with the education about and roll-out/implementation of any such new processes.
Assist the attorneys in the Legal Department with any project or claims analysis or any special projects as needed and to support litigation by assessing and presenting schedule impact claims
Requirements:

The Project Analyst must have a minimum 5 years’ experience in construction management, CPM scheduling or similar
Must possess advanced proficiency with widely used commercial scheduling and tracking programs such as PrimaveraTM , ProCore TM , etc.
Must be proficient with developing CPM schedules, and the analysis and modification of CPM schedules and other scheduling methods used by others.
Ability to work independently and manage processes to produce a high-quality work product for use in external claims and/or dispute resolution proceedings.
Ability to collaborate with construction personnel and legal staff to assist in all job function.
Must have good written and oral communication abilities. Bachelor’s degree or relevant experience in technical or construction management or related field preferred
Experience in construction claims development and presentations and dealing with issues in governmental or public contracting is preferred.
Preferred educational background: Construction management, legal or accounting management


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Director of Operations
Position ID: # EB-2888613999
Date Posted: 1/9/2023 5:35:33 PM
Location: Green Cove Springs, FL
Industry: Construction
Salary: $115,000 - $125,000

Job Description

Position Details:
Title: Director of Operations
Location: Green Cove Springs, FL
Shift: M-F; Normal Business Hours
Compensation: $115k -$125k + Annual Bonuses
Benefits: Comprehensive Corporate Benefits Package; Company Profit Sharing
Travel: None
Vaccine Requirement: Not Required

Position Description:
Due to continued company growth and profitability, the company, a leading supplier of foundation and shoring equipment, with six offices in the United States seeks applicants for the newly created position of Director of Operations for its branch office in Green Cove Springs, FL. This individual will perform a variety of tasks with creativity and judgment to accomplish concepts, practices and procedures set out by the President and Vice President / CFO of the company.

Requirements:
• Bachelor's degree in Construction / Project Management, Business or related field preferred; 6-10 years of relevant work and supervisory experience or military equivalent.
• Mechanical background/ understanding beneficial; preferred
• Proficient with the Microsoft Suite of Products including Excel, Word and Office required.
Beneficial Criteria:
• Six Sigma Certification (Black or Green Belt), desired but not required.
• Prior experience with a foundation contractor, service organization or in a mechanical role desired, but not required.
• Project Management background a plus.
• Microsoft Dynamics and / or Dynamics 365 Field Service, highly desired but not required.



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Director of Operations
Position ID: # EB-2021463130
Date Posted: 1/9/2023 5:32:22 PM
Location: Benicia, CA
Industry: Construction
Salary: $125,000 - $135,000

Job Description

Position Details:
Title: Director of Operations
Location: Benicia, CA
Shift: M-F; Normal Business Hours
Compensation: $125k -$135k + Annual Bonuses
Benefits: Comprehensive Corporate Benefits Package; Company Profit Sharing
Travel: None
Vaccine Requirement: Not Required

Position Description:
Due to continued company growth and profitability, the company, a leading supplier of foundation and shoring equipment, with six offices in the United States seeks applicants for the newly created position of Director of Operations for its branch office in Benicia, CA. This individual will perform a variety of tasks with creativity and judgment to accomplish concepts, practices and procedures set out by the President and Vice President / CFO of the company.

Requirements:
• Bachelor's degree in Construction / Project Management, Business or related field preferred; 6-10 years of relevant work and supervisory experience or military equivalent.
• Mechanical background/ understanding beneficial; preferred
• Proficient with the Microsoft Suite of Products including Excel, Word and Office required.

Beneficial Criteria:
• Six Sigma Certification (Black or Green Belt), desired but not required.
• Prior experience with a foundation contractor, service organization or in a mechanical role desired, but not required.
• Project Management background a plus.
• Microsoft Dynamics and / or Dynamics 365 Field Service, highly desired but not required.



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Heavy Equipment Technician
Position ID: # EB-5761963039
Date Posted: 1/9/2023 5:29:52 PM
Location: Green Cove Springs, FL
Industry: Construction
Salary: $25 - $35

Job Description

Position Details:
Title: Heavy Equipment Technician
Location: Green Cove Springs, FL
Shift: Primarily Mon-Fri (Occasional weekends when traveling). Guaranteed 40 hours weekly. Typical hours when not traveling are 6:30 am – 4:00 pm
Compensation: $25 - $35/hr ($2/ hr diff on next day with overnight travel) + Sign-on Bonus $3k-$5k + $90 annual boot allowance + Up to $500 tool reimbursement + Company Uniforms + All travel expense paid
Benefits: Comprehensive Corporate Benefits Package; Company Profit Sharing
Travel: Duration of travel varies with job requirements from clients. Typical travel equates to 3-4 days a week or 2 weeks total per month on average.
Vaccine Requirement: Not Required

Position Description:
Conduct fuel, electrical, mechanical, hydraulic diagnostics and troubleshooting on equipment. Perform preventative maintenance on diesel engines. Educate customers on equipment operation and performance. Complete accurate written record of work performed. Willingness to periodically travel, as needed, to customer job sites to provide equipment training, maintenance and repair. Ability to assume leadership role while on customer job sites. Ability and willingness to mentor and train apprentice mechanics.
Requirements:
• High school diploma required; Vocational / Technical degree highly desired.
• Ability to articulate in a professional manner and explain solutions.
• Able to read electrical diagrams and DVM.
• Familiar and / or experienced with: Heavy machinery, hydraulics, electrical system repair and maintenance; CANbus/ programmable logic controllers/computers; hydraulic schematics; and working kinematics.
• Personal Tools preferred but not initially required.



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Heavy Equipment Technician
Position ID: # EB-1851317544
Date Posted: 1/9/2023 5:28:37 PM
Location: Benicia, CA
Industry: Construction
Salary: $30 - $40

Job Description

Position Details:
Title: Heavy Equipment Technician
Location: Benicia, CA
Shift: Primarily Mon-Fri (Occasional weekends when traveling). Guaranteed 40 hours weekly. Typical hours when not traveling are 6:30 am – 4:00 pm
Compensation: $30 - $40/hr ($2/ hr diff on next day with overnight travel) + Sign-on Bonus $3k-$5k + $90 annual boot allowance + Up to $500 tool reimbursement + Company Uniforms + All travel expense paid
Benefits: Comprehensive Corporate Benefits Package; Company Profit Sharing
Travel: Duration of travel varies with job requirements from clients. Typical travel equates to 3-4 days a week or 2 weeks total per month on average.
Vaccine Requirement: Not Required

Position Description:
Conduct fuel, electrical, mechanical, hydraulic diagnostics and troubleshooting on equipment. Perform preventative maintenance on diesel engines. Educate customers on equipment operation and performance. Complete accurate written record of work performed. Willingness to periodically travel, as needed, to customer job sites to provide equipment training, maintenance and repair. Ability to assume leadership role while on customer job sites. Ability and willingness to mentor and train apprentice mechanics.
Requirements:
• High school diploma required; Vocational / Technical degree highly desired.
• Ability to articulate in a professional manner and explain solutions.
• Able to read electrical diagrams and DVM.
• Familiar and / or experienced with: Heavy machinery, hydraulics, electrical system repair and maintenance; CANbus/ programmable logic controllers/computers; hydraulic schematics; and working kinematics.
• Personal Tools preferred but not initially required.



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Maintenance Technician
Position ID: # EB-6989933480
Date Posted: 1/4/2023 4:44:26 PM
Location: Cottage Grove, MN
Industry: Construction
Salary: $31 - $39

Job Description

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Position Details:
To maintain, troubleshoot, and repair all production equipment in a timely manner to control downtime costs.

Title: Maintenance Technician
Location: Cottage Grove, MN
Shift: M-F 3PM to 11PM
Compensation: $31.45 -$39.28, 8% 2nd shift differential
Benefits: Comprehensive Corporate Benefits Package (Medical, Dental, PTO, 401k Matching)
Travel: None
Vaccine Requirement: No

Position Description:
• Knowledge and use of hand tools and machine shop equipment, the proper use of all test equipment used to perform all Multi-trade repairs of production equipment as well as dust collection and material handling equipment (pallet lifts and fork trucks).
• Evaluate equipment for any repairs, enhancements, or upgrades and complete work as needed.
• Complete preventative maintenance tasks as scheduled, and document finished work.
• Contact vendors, order parts, and keep inventory of replacement parts on hand for all equipment.
• Machine implementation including, rigging, leveling, facilities (air, hydraulics, dust collection and safety) along with testing and modifying as needed to prepare machine for production.
• Fabrication and installation of all needed fixturing, guarding and any machine parts needed. This included one or more of the following: design, layout, sheet metal work, welding, machine shop work, carpentry, and painting.
• Work with Management to schedule and complete requested work.
• Repair of pneumatic drills and screw guns, routers, saw motors and bearing assemblies for lineal slides and spindles.
• Assist in the deployment of TPM objectives.
• Autonomous Maintenance (AM) support and documentation
• Give production employee’s direction on proper activities to be performed during AM. Pass on work needed to next shift of Technicians.


Requirements:
• Ability to trouble shoot and resolve problems related to PLC and electromechanical aspects of manufacturing equipment.
• Ability to troubleshoot electrical, mechanical, pneumatic, and hydraulic problems.
• Ability to troubleshoot under pressure on all lines of production and be able to prioritize the repairs.
• Ability to read prints including mechanical, fluid power, electrical, and building prints.
• Ability to properly use testing equipment including (electrical, mechanical and fluid power).
• Possess excellent analytical skills, data interpretation.
• Broad knowledge of PLC ‘s and electrical principles.
• Broad knowledge of hydraulics and pneumatics.
• Knowledge of plumbing, machine piping, HVAC and central dust collection.
• 2 year degree or equivalent.
• 5 years experience in related fields.
• Be able to work alone as well as in a team environment.
• Be familiar with panel building and machine building practices and techniques.

Company Description:
Our client is focused on bringing more light into people’s lives by helping them create healthier, happier spaces to build memories and do what they love. This applies to their team, too. By celebrating differences and embracing a positive work-life balance, our client has been recognized as a Yellow Ribbon company, one of Forbes Magazine’s 2021 “America’s Best Large Employers” and a “Best Employer for Diversity.” As a 2021 Energy Star Partner of the Year, Our client is also committed to environmental health and sustainability. No matter your role, you’ll have the opportunity to make a difference.

Why Andersen?
They have a history of hiring veterans and value their experience and insight.



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Field Engineer
Position ID: # EB-1551334176
Date Posted: 1/4/2023 4:43:35 PM
Location: Atlanta, GA
Industry: Construction
Salary: $80,000 - $85,000

Job Description

Position Details:
Title: Field Engineer
Location: Atlanta, GA
Shift: M-F; Typically between 7am – 5pm with some flex hours that are project based
Compensation: $80k - $85k + Quarterly Bonuses + Company phone/ computer + Per Diem for travel
Benefits: Comprehensive Corporate Benefits Package; Tuition Assistance; Relocation Assistance
Travel: Regional; Typically no more than once a month; Couple day trips
Vaccine Requirement: Not Required

Position Description:
• Provide oversight and project support for production, safety, quality and project management standards
• Responsible for pre-bid site surveys, contract execution/project start-up, and closeout
• Work with field crews and subcontractors to track and manage project costs, meet expected production rates and gross profit margins
• Attend pre-bid, pre-construction and project status meetings with our customers
• Prepare, submit and track Submittals and RFI’s
• Assist with scheduling jobs
• Prepare scopes of work and assist with awarding of Subcontracts
• Handle material procurement jobsnow

Requirements:
• Bachelor's degree in Engineering or Construction Management and 2+ years of related field construction management experience OR 5+ years of field construction experience managing an annual $1MM portfolio of projects.
• Experience with trenchless piping technology, water or wastewater piping or underground utilities
• Solid understanding of the basic principles in Accounting/Finance strongly preferred
• Demonstrated success managing multiple projects simultaneously.



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Project Manager
Position ID: # EB-1135464498
Date Posted: 1/4/2023 4:41:08 PM
Location: Mason, OH
Industry: Construction
Salary: $90,000 - $105,000

Job Description

Position Details:
Title: Project Manager
Location: Mason, OH
Shift: M-F; Typically between 7am – 5pm with some flex hours that are project based
Compensation: $90k - $105k + Quarterly Bonuses + Company phone/ computer + Per Diem for travel
Benefits: Comprehensive Corporate Benefits Package; Tuition Assistance; Relocation Assistance
Travel: Regional; Typically no more than once a month; Couple day trips
Vaccine Requirement: Not Required

Position Description:
The Project Manager will effectively plan and control multiple projects simultaneously. Develop and maintain construction project schedules and budgets to ensure projects meet initial estimates. Prepare weekly and monthly progress reports. Prepare construction estimates and ensure site surveys for estimating are complete and accurate. Secure project submittals and critical project documents required by the specifications and/or client Administer project meetings with operations and subcontractors to make necessary changes to finalize work schedules. Review, prepare, and acquire fully executed contracts from customers and subcontractors. Contract administration of owner contracts and subcontractor contracts.

Requirements:
• B.S. degree with a concentration in Construction Management, Engineering, or related field is required
• Minimum of 5 years of water/wastewater construction or related construction industry experience and management experience is required.
• Experience managing construction project/portfolio P&L, and Balance Sheet calculations required
• Clear understanding of managerial financial information and familiarity with "percent of cost" accounting systems.
• Solid understanding of Microsoft Word, Excel and JD Edwards is required; familiarity with Primavera Contract Manager and P6 is highly desired.



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Superintendent
Position ID: # EB-1143863734
Date Posted: 1/4/2023 4:10:37 PM
Location: Dallas, TX
Industry: Construction
Salary: $90,000 - $105,000

Job Description

Title: Superintendent
Location: Dallas-Fort Worth, TX, Richardson and Frisco jobsites
Shift: Monday-Friday
Compensation: $90-105k, Bonus potential 11%
Benefits: $500 car allowance, Comprehensive Health Insurance
Travel:
Vaccine Requirement: None

Position Description:
As a Superintendent, you will be responsible for the management of on-site activities as directed by the Project Superintendent

Qualifications:
• Minimum of 3 years experience in the construction industry, or equivalent education and experience.
• Basic computer skills
• Working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite, Microsoft Project
• Ability to read plans
• OSHA 10 hour certification

Responsibilities
• Actively support core values, goals, and culture at all times.
• Be on time, set priorities, and personally accountable for the functions associated with assigned position and project.
• Maintain positive relationship with Client, Architect, Engineering contacts, government representatives, and other project stakeholders to facilitate construction activities, while assisting the Superintendent in keeping everyone informed and involved.
• Ability to work long, unsupervised hours, including the possibility of working during "off hours" and/or weekends.
• Ability to work outdoors in varying weather conditions including rain events, extreme heat and extreme cold.
• Essential and routine aspects of the job include standing and/or walking over uneven, varied, and/or obstructed terrain for extended periods of time, climbing stairs and/or ladders, operating heavy machinery, operating power tools, and some lifting up to 50 pounds may be required.
• Punctual, regular attendance is an essential function of the job.
• Perform additional assignments as directed by the Project Superintendent.
• Responsible for assisting the Project Superintendent in all aspects of on-site management including, but not limited to: quality control, job safety, scheduling, monitoring company costs, jobsite paperwork, receiving and safeguarding materials, and jobsite cleanliness.
• Assist Project Superintendent with the setup of all equipment, furniture, utilities, and interior layout of the field office.

• Assist Project Superintendent with detailed review of all plans and specifications. Label all plans and maintain an organized plan filing system. Report all inconsistencies and discrepancies in writing to the Project Manager.
• Assist Project Superintendent with the planning and supervision of all on-site employees and subcontractor activities, including but not limited to, determining method of construction, manpower levels, material quantities, equipment requirements, temporary power sources, work schedule, and documenting actual hours worked.
• Assist Project Superintendent in updating the master job schedule in coordination with Project Manager and provide, at minimum. weekly update information. Update Project Manager as to any needed logistical or activity changes as job progresses to improve schedule's use. Utilize schedule with two week look-ahead to anticipate needs and control project. Prepare additional short term schedules as needed to coordinate work and convey to trades.
• Assist Project Superintendent with coordination of assigned work scopes with work of different crafts, company departments, or other contractors and subcontractors to help ensure construction complies with drawings and specifications.
• May be required to make decisions on the fly, answer questions, and/or provide direction to subcontractors. Walk the job daily. Be involved with every subcontractor.
• Discuss problems and conditions with subcontractors. Insist on quality of work and cooperation by subcontractors. Do not allow unacceptable or inferior work to be installed on the project site.
• Should inferior work be installed, ensure that it is corrected immediately.
• Responsible for the coordination, creation, implementation, and completion of quality checklists, punch lists, etc. Assist in resolving construction problems (lack of productivity, work interfaces, etc.) as required.
• Advise Project Management of potential problems, work interference, schedule difficulties, etc.
• Assist in circumventing/resolving such problems as required.
• Monitor employee and craft compliance with project safety program and OSHA requirements, documenting as necessary, ensuring corrective measures are implemented.
• Conduct regularly-scheduled weekly (or more often if needed) safety meetings and maintain meeting minutes.
• Conduct weekly (or more often if needed) job scheduling meetings to coordinate subcontractors and maintain meeting minutes.
• Maintain an updated set of subcontract and purchase order files, as well as an accurate record of what materials are stored on site and what materials are yet to be delivered.
• Maintain a current set of as-built documents.
• Complete daily reports. Any problems with subcontractors must be recorded in the daily report.
• Attend all jobsite meetings with Engineers, Architects, Project Manager, Owner, government entities and other applicable parties to ensure work complies with drawings, specifications, and schedule.
• Ensure staff and vendors working on site are applying safety principles appropriately on the jobsite.
• Make statements and ask questions to ensure staff is thinking about safety, take actions to ensure implementation of safety program when necessary.

Texas-based construction firm specializing in multifamily developments. Our reputation as expert general contractors has led to being among the best in our industry. We serve from a foundation of values created and emphasized by each individual who works in our organization. We set the standard for excellence at the beginning of each project and carry that precedent throughout every process, ensuring clients receive the greatest value at the right cost, every time.
We strive to embrace technology-based solutions and tools such as project management and analysis software, automated scheduling and estimating systems. However, we also realize it is not just budgets, materials and labor that ensures every job is completed on time and with the highest quality standards – it is the people.


Additional benefits to their Superintendents.
Car Allowance - $500
15 Days PTO
401K with 4% match
$100 / monthly cell phone reimbursement




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Sales Executive
Position ID: # EB-1934130579
Date Posted: 12/29/2022 9:14:31 PM
Location: Las Vegas, NV
Industry: Construction
Min Years Experience: 7
Salary: $66,000 - $150,000

Job Description

Position Details: Sales Executive
Does meeting people and networking come easily for you? Are you curious and interested in learning new things? Do you prefer talking to someone on the phone rather than texting? We are looking for you to join our team as a Sales Executive.
Company is the leading custom signage design and fabrication company in the Southwest. We work with Architects, Designers, Developers, Property Managers, General Contractors, and related industries to make their vision a reality with tangible, visual identities.
Title: Sales Executive
Location: Las Vegas, NV
Shift or Travel: Day shift, M- F/ travel within region
Compensation: $65K starting base depending on experience and qualifications (including $500 vehicle/phone allowance) along with bonus/commission. Total compensation is $100K+ W-2 based on performance and bonus/commission.
Benefits: Full benefit package which includes Holiday pay, 401K, Medical and Dental, vacation/sick time, and PTO
Vaccine Requirement: Not required but encouraged

Position Description:
The Sales Executive is responsible for day-to-day sales activities and development of relationships with existing and prospective customers. Focus on the Los Angeles territory, targeting Architects, Designers, Developers, General Contractors, etc. This role will interact with Estimating, Production, and Management to satisfy the needs of our customers.
• Increase market share through new client acquisition and development of relationships within an assigned geographic territory
• Identify new business opportunities through prospecting, networking, and trade show
• Present company’s capabilities to developers, architects, general contractors, and retail chains to identify sales opportunities
• Perform consultative sales for complete signage packages
• Continually building product knowledge through participation in periodic training sessions, team interaction, and industry/sector events
• Update Salesforce.com daily
• Participate in a weekly sales meeting and project manager meeting
• Assist in the project process for site surveys, permits, and installs
• Achieve monthly and annual sales quota and agreed upon weekly activity requirements
• Maintain a high level of client satisfaction

Skill Qualifications:
• Professional appearance and strong presentation skills
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills
• Ability to thrive in a self-driven, yet team-oriented environment
• Proficient in MS Office including Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Word
• Experience with MS Project or other project management software preferred
• Organizing, planning, and customer service orientation

Education/training:
• Bachelor’s Degree, preferably in a technical field, or equivalent work experience
• Strong and proven sales record with 7+ years sales experience
• Three years signage industry experience or equivalent experience
• Must possess a valid Class C California driver’s license and the ability to maintain insurance


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Electrical Helper
Position ID: # EB-9651118145
Date Posted: 12/2/2022 12:59:43 PM
Location: Helena, AL
Industry: Construction
Salary: $16 - $30

Job Description

Position Details:

• Location: Troy, Alabama
• Shift or Travel: 1st shift- M-F
• Compensation: $16-30 (based upon experience)
o Bonuses/Additional Compensation – Christmas Bonus
• Benefits: Medical Insurance provided, 25% employer pays towards benefits, 401K program, PTO provided
• Vaccine Requirement: No

Position Description: Electrical Top Helper
• Industrial electrical; run rigid conduit wiring
• Read drawings
• Pull wiring
• Instrumentation wiring
• Install and wire MCC (motor control center)
• Connect wire terminations

Requirements:
• Not an entry level electrical helper position
• Some electrical knowledge, experience is required
• Preferably industrial electrical experience
• Ability to read drawings



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Sales Executive
Position ID: # EB-1755699012
Date Posted: 12/2/2022 10:17:04 AM
Location: Glendale, CA
Industry: Construction
Salary: $75,000 - $120,000

Job Description

Position Details:  Sales Executive

Location: Glendale, CA
Shift or Travel: 20/30 mile radius of the office in Glendale, CA
Compensation: $75k -$120K
o Bonuses/Additional Compensation:
Benefits: Health insurance, Paid time off, Dental insurance, Vision insurance, Professional development assistance
Vaccine Requirement: No
 
Position Description:
Discuss projects over the phone with potential clients, providing them with a ballpark figure based on photos and the conversation had.
Meet with clients on-site to finalize the scope, and pricing, and conduct a detailed walkthrough. A formal proposal is then sent to the client, including the price and summary of the scope. If the client decides to move forward, a formal detailed contract is provided - outlining every detail of the scope, as well as all relevant exclusions.
Responsible for dealing with third-party vendors such as structural engineers, permitting expeditors, and landscape designers. The Sales Executive will also be responsible for matching materials for repairs and selecting materials for new construction.
Conduct client site visits & meticulously intake project scope details
Secure all relevant information to submit detailed bids including materials identification
Manage client relationships with partner vendors including landscape designers, architects, engineers, irrigation specialists, etc.
Prepare detailed bids for submission according to pricing formulas
   Deploy strategies to meet monthly sales targets
Provide regular counsel to clients & continue to build relationships until sold job
Prepare contract & invoice for the client

Requirements:
10+ years of in-field masonry and concrete experience (in both commercial and residential sectors)
Proven customer service experience
Computer proficiency
Expert knowledge of the trade, including block, brick, stone, stucco, concrete, tile, grading, machine work, precast, repointing, drainage, waterproofing and blueprints


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Contact Analyst
Position ID: # EB-1900810789
Date Posted: 11/30/2022 5:04:28 PM
Location: Lenexa, KS
Industry: Construction
Salary: $50,000 - $65,000

Job Description

Company: Performance Contracting Group

Position Details: Contract Analyst
• Location: Lenexa, KS
• Shift or Travel: Onsite, but allowed 1 day at home, travel 20% required
• Compensation: $50k-$60K annually
o Bonuses/Additional Compensation: Incentive Bonus Plan
• Benefits: Competitive pay, employee stock, 401K match, Medical, Dental, Vision, Flexible Spending, Life insurance, Accidental and Disability Benefits, Flexible PTO
• Vaccine Requirement: No

Position Description:
• Ability to identify, analyze and summarize contract terms or key issues to ensure compliance with company policy, laws and regulations and desired risk profile and specifically within the context of the construction industry. Generate alternate contractual language and negotiate with opposing parties to address concerns related to specific risk items. Review, Revise and negotiate contracts
• Effectively communicate with internal and external customers regarding proposed revisions in order to negotiate favorable contract terms and conditions.
• Perform in-person and virtual training sessions for Company branches nationwide on issues of contractual risk, risk mitigation, the contract review process as well as other relevant legal topics.
• Participate in continuous process improvement by collaborating with team members on process refinements/enhancements in order to achieve better efficiency and accuracy in the contract review process.

Requirements:
• At least 2-4 years of experience of contractual review and negotiation is required
• Bachelor’s degree, preferably in legal or construction or related field, or comparable work experience is required
• Problem solving, Proficient in Microsoft Office, customer service skills, manage a high volume of work, strong analytical and critical thinking skills
Company Description:
Performance Contracting Group is a national employee-owned specialty contractor that offers quality services and products to the commercial, industrial, and non-residential construction markets. We are committed to recruiting, developing, and advancing employees from a diversity of backgrounds and experiences, as well as supporting a culture of safety and inclusiveness that allows you to contribute to your fullest potential. We place high value on training and professional development, encouraging you to broaden and strengthen your unique skill sets so you can fully realize your potential.

The Sizzle: employee owned, wide diversity of clients, diverse experience welcomed



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Senior Project Superintendent
Company: Orion Talent Opportunity
Position ID: # EB-2096539433
Date Posted: 11/30/2022 2:37:59 PM
Location: Orlando, FL
Industry: Construction
Min Years Experience: 10
Degree is Required
Salary: $86,000 - $125,000
Project Superintendent
Company: Orion Talent Opportunity
Position ID: # EB-1721781630
Date Posted: 11/29/2022 4:38:42 PM
Location: Orlando, FL
Industry: Construction
Min Years Experience: 10
Degree is Required
Salary: $75,000 - $110,000
Construction Consultant
Position ID: # EB-1183677257
Date Posted: 10/12/2022 3:17:27 PM
Location: Denver, CO
Industry: Construction
Salary: $56,000 - $56,000

Job Description

Position Description: The Construction consultant will be responsible for all field operations, to include accuracy of reports, field instructions to clients, and scheduling when necessary. On a daily basis you will conduct inspections, for foundations, framing, appliances, plumbing, HVAC, roofs, drainage, and electrical. You will also consult, make reports, and track projects as directed.

Location: Denver, CO
Travel Requirements: 30-50% (to local job sites)
Salary: $56k/year. This is an annual paid salary with an average of 40 hours/week worked. The candidate will receive a $.52 reimbursement for mileage and will receive a 1k bump after passing their first ICC exam, $500 for passing ICC Exam 2-4, and 1k for the 5th exam (all five may be completed anywhere from 3-9 months). Once this is complete, they will also take 5 certifications for multifamily that could potentially increase their pay another $2,500. Lastly, there are also additional commission incentives for inspections.

Requirements:
• Clean driving record with no DUI’s in last five years
• Must have a truck or van capable of transporting a 20’ extension ladder
• The periodic requirement to walk on the roof as clients’ needs dictate. You must be able to confidently climb a ladder to a second story roof, walk on the roof to perform the inspection, and climb the ladder down. We do not walk on any roof with a pitch greater than 6/12
• Must be capable of climbing through a 24” by 24” opening into attics from a step ladder and negotiating other tight spaces to perform inspections.
• Possess a strong attitude of what constitutes the quality of a completed home.
• Maintain strong organizational and time management skills to handle all office and field operations. Reporting must be efficient and accurate. Also, must have professional communication skills to effectively speak with client field personnel as well as office staff. Must have the ability to evaluate and train superintendents in the field and future potential coworkers.
• Any tasks directed by the C.E.O., C.O.O., or Division President that contributes to the growth and success of the company.
• Residential, Multi family, or Commercial construction experience preferred
• Exceptional verbal and written communication skills
• Organizational and time management skills

Technology Capability:
• To perform this position successfully, an individual should have knowledge of spreadsheet, database, presentation and word processing software, including: Microsoft Office, Outlook, Gmail, Google docs, and Adobe. Experience with SalesForce, or other CRM applications are a plus.

Other Key Skills and Abilities:
• The Construction Consultant will be required to obtain the following ICC and Energy testing certifications: (Residential Building Inspector, Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing and IECC/CAZ/HERS Tester).
• The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this position. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
• The employee is regularly required to have full use of hands and arms and must be able to speak and hear. The employee is frequently required to sit. The employee is frequently required to stand, walk, reach with hands and arms and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, color vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus.
• The performance of this position will require regular exposure to on-site construction conditions requiring the use of personal protective equipment, such-as: hard hat, safety glasses with side shields, hearing protection, brightly colored and reflective, safety apparel, footwear with durable soles and materials that prevent puncture by sharp objects and provide traction on wet, or slippery surfaces. Ambient weather conditions will cause exposure to heat, cold and wind resulting in dust exposure.
• The job of Construction Consultant is classified exempt.

Benefits: Full benefits (medical, dental, 401k, life, disability, paid holidays). Sabbatical after 5 years of full time employment the employee receives a paid 3 week sabbatical in addition to their paid time off. Education assistance.




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