Alberici Constructors, Inc., a leading firm in the construction industry with annual revenues exceeding $1B, and most recently ranked the 30th largest General Contractor in the United States, is searching for Assistant Project Managers to help lead construction efforts in a variety of market-segments including, but not limited to, general building, healthcare, heavy industrial, energy, and water treatment.
For over 100 years, Alberici Companies have served countless communities through the development of hospitals, clean energy processing centers, infrastructure and food manufactories amongst others. At Alberici, we are proud of the quality of life our buildings bring to families throughout North America. Working at Alberici means satisfaction in knowing the work we do improves the lives of others. In turn, we continually invest in the development of our employees to provide them with fulfilling careers.
Come build your career with Alberici -- where tomorrow gets built today.
The Assistant Project Manager is accountable for developing, maintaining, updating, distributing, and managing estimates, observing and monitoring the performance of the Superintendent, and overseeing change orders and the billing process. This individual will also be responsible for supervising subcontractor performance, ensuring the project meets quality and performance specifications and regulatory requirements, managing the start-up of the project, reviewing costs against estimates for each total project, and updating labor productivity reports -- all of which will be conducted under the direction of a Project Manager.
Individual assignments will vary based on project scope, phase, and job requirements.
Qualified candidates will possess a Bachelor’s degree related to the construction industry, and 2 to 5 years’ experience in project engineering, construction project management, or related activities with exposure to projects of moderate scope.
Assistant Project Managers may permanently reside anywhere in the United States. However, they must have the ability to travel to project sites across North America (up to 85%).