Project Engineer, Construction Services
Not everyone thrives while working for a huge corporate entity where they never meet their upper management or understand the decisions made by the ?powers that be?.
Imagine an opportunity to be a part of a small team that works on recognizable, name-brand projects that you can be proud of, without the politics and run-around that comes with working for a large corporation. Imagine the impact you can make for a construction company where you have direct access to the President and owner of a well-networked, highly-regarded local general contractor that runs lean, but thinks big.
If honesty and professionalism, as well as pride in your work describes your brand of professionalism, then stop imaging yourself in that role because you?ve found it.
Now that you see the big picture you?re wondering about the details right? As a Project Engineer for this established, commercial General Contractor you can expect:
? To work on projects ranging from $20-50MM
? A focus on hospitality builds in the Denver and Wyoming region
? The opportunity to advance to an Assistant PM role and eventually a PM position
? Projects both in the office and in the field
? Competitive pay, benefits and bonuses
If you have somewhere between 2 - 5 years of experience in commercial Construction as a Project Engineer, then these duties are par for the course. You already understand the role, but want to hear more about the environment and the team you will be joining. Well here?s the nuts and bolts:
The owner of this construction company is well-known in the community, brings over 20 years of industry experience to the table and is proud of the people he hires and brings on to his team. Longevity is a key player in their culture.
Because of the care taken when hiring, there is no micromanaging from leadership. You can come into work, do the job and do it well, without having to answer for every decision made. This is a team with a true affinity for each other. They respect the qualities that each of them bring to the table.
Their biggest project in 2016 is a destination for Denver locals and tourists alike. The range of the projects you can attach your name to are reputable and worth bragging about.
Without the politics of a big company, there is a no-nonsense approach to communication. You can communicate directly and openly with the owner of the company and he will do the same for you.
This growing construction company is eager to hire soon because 2016 projects are stacking up. Interviews are being scheduled now so that they can have YOU on board by July. If this all fits into your perception of your dream job, then we look forward to seeing you resume (as a Word document).
We are an equal employment opportunity employer and will consider all qualified candidates without regard to disability or protected veteran status.
commercial construction, project manager