Yearly Pay Rate:$75K to $95K
- Serve as Project Manager on historic preservation projects, with specific duties to include the following:
o Supervise and coordinate all in-house staff and subcontractors.
o Procure all necessary construction materials.
o Coordinate all site and project logistics (permits, dumpsters, hotels, etc.).
o Manage project budget, calendar, and safety plan, issuing regular project reports as directed by supervisors.
o Prepare all required submittals for review by architect.
o Conduct regular progress meetings with project owner, architect, and other interested parties.
o Perform field work as required and personal skills allow. Work may include structural stabilization, framing, finish carpentry, window and door restoration, roofing, concrete placement, and other trade work.
- Assist supervisors in preparing estimates and bid packets for prospective projects.
- Assist with other tasks as directed by supervisors.
- Comply with all company safety policies.
- 5 years professional construction experience; journeyman skills in one or more construction trades preferred.
- Familiarity with the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for the Preservation of Historic Buildings and established preservation practices. Participation in at least 3 historic preservation projects preferred.
- Ability to read and comprehend construction documents.
- Proficiency with Microsoft Word and Excel.
- Jobsite tool package.
- Reliable work vehicle; willingness to travel for work using personal vehicle.
- 2 years college, trade school, and/or apprenticeship.
Please submit the following via e-mail:
- Minimum 3 professional references; include contact information.
- If possible, list of minimum 3 historic projects worked on; include contact information for project owner and/or supervisor.
- Salary requirements and availability.
- Health insurance including
- Paid holidays
- Retirement plan
Posted: November 11, 2022
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