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Construction Manager

Job Summary:

Supervises and coordinates the on-site construction activities for assigned subdivision. Monitors the completion of each construction phase through coordination, scheduling and inspection of each home. Ensures quality craftsmanship and customer satisfaction in accordance with Company goals and objectives.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Assists in budgeting time requirements to complete each phase of construction and meet deadlines by scheduling subcontractor work and deliveries; coordinating and monitoring progress of work; completion and closing dates.
  • Acts as liaisons between operations, subcontractors and vendors; supervises and monitors work of subcontractors; provides follow up to ensure completion of work and accurate, timely deliveries.
  • Reviews, on a daily basis, the production of homes via inspections during various construction phases to ensure quality control; monitors progress including delivery and use of materials, supplies, tools, machinery, equipment and vehicles.
  • Reviews and analyzes site plans and blueprints in order to monitor and ensure compliance with plan specifications.
  • Conducts pre-construction and pre-settlement meetings with home buyer; resolves customer service issues and production problems during construction phase to maintain customer satisfaction; completes finishing and warranty work as required.
  • Assists in the control of production costs through review and approval of time sheets, production and service invoices, delivery, and inspection sheets. Confers with appropriate individuals to monitor and track costs to avoid overruns.
  • Provides and applies appropriate training methods and standards to subordinates and subcontractors; monitors and enforces safety and Company policy compliance.
  • Directly supervises subordinates and assists in the supervision of subcontractors. Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with Company policies and procedures.
  • Assist with special projects as requested and perform additional duties as required.


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