High-Caliber Construction Project Manager for custom residential projects
If you are looking to work with one of the Top Construction Luxury home builders in Boise, please check out this opportunity. We are looking for a motivated, high-caliber Project Manager, with a proven ability to execute high design residential projects. Apart from industry-leading compensation and benefits, you will work with one of the fastest-growing builders in Boise and a visionary leader that fosters an incredible culture.
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Compensation: $TBD (Base Salary) -$90K - $120K
Our Project Manager oversees each project each and every day and interacts with all project participants—from our clients to material suppliers. As some say, they are “where the rubber meets the road.”
Our company rewards its employees with competitive pay and benefits, an outstanding work/life balance, a first-class office environment, and a position that recognizes and rewards entrepreneurial spirit. Think you have what it takes to join our team?
We asked some of our most successful builders about the qualities and skills required to be a top performer in a project manager role. Together, they shared these five attributes. A great PM is:
A great PM becomes an expert on—not just the industry—but the specific job at hand. A PM should learn as much as possible about the structure, the client, and their vision in order to create value for the project.
A PM must focus on the “big picture” at hand, while also keeping a variety of small project details in mind. A job is a balancing act that requires a focused mind, priority management, and learned experience.
A truly engaged PM seeks out opportunities in a project that improve the final product. They reach out to subcontractors and team members for valuable input. In that journey, he or she gains a better understanding of the project, what is of value to all project participants, and how to improve the construction experience for all involved.
The PM is “the first and last line of defense for risk management.” This puts great responsibility on supers to manage project risk and mitigate any issues. They must be steadfast in assuring that each part of the project has been completed and every team member is working safely and efficiently.
Great PMs lead their teams by example by following and promoting policies on the job site. They build relationships with team members by promoting integrity, and collaboration, which creates an environment of trust and open communication.
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