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Project Manager

Stillwater, Minnesota - Posted on September 14, 2021
Published By Mark Boswell

Now hiring a Project Manager for direct-hire!

Job Description

Trillium Construction is now seeking a Construction Project Manager for direct-hire placement!

The salary is $70,000-$85,000 per year. Well established national retail general contractor specializing in store remodeling. They have partnered with the country’s top retailers nationwide: Best Buy, CarMax, JC Penney, Kohl’s, Target, Verizon, Wal-Green, LifeTime Fitness, Burlington Coat Factory and DSW Shoes.

Duties:
• Develop project phases from pre-construction to close out
• Must be able to estimate and manage several projects simultaneously
• Develop construction schedules and establish timelines
• Responsible for business development and customer management
• Responsible for subcontractor selection
• Scheduling inspections

Benefits include: M/V/D, PTO, 401K, annual bonuses from 20%-25%. Apply today!

Qualifications

• 7+ yrs of commercial retail Project Management experience with a GC.
• Must be able to Estimate projects.
• Open store remodeling exp (resets/roll outs, TI).
• Some ground-up experience is a big plus, but not required.
• Ability to read prints and manuals.
• Computer/ technical skills… ProCore is a huge plus.
• Able to travel 10-20% for site visits when needed.
• Must pass pre-employment screening.


Trillium Construction Services has been recruiting and hiring construction and skilled trades talent for over 30 years. Trillium is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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