6292 Project Manager, Greater Los Angeles Area, CA

Multi-family residential development/construction company seeking a Project Manager.

The PM/Design Builder takes an active role in Preconstruction, permitting construction, and close out.

GMP the projects at the Concept stage.

Submit/resubmit/manage all permitting.

Manage design consultants, including providing direction on what/how to design elements to ensure the company stays within our DB GMP.

Manage the in-house architectural team to ensure deadlines are met. Ensure that Precon budgets are accurate and in line with budget expectations.

Draft/write subcontractor/design consultant scopes of works. Excellent company.

Please fill out the contact form below or contact us at +1 (949) 955-1455.
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Executive Recruiters -  The Ankenbrandt Group, Newport Beach, CAThe same conversation keeps on repeatedly happening with my clients – lack of talent to hire. They can’t find good, young, talented people who want to work hard and have the communication skills to work.  There is a gap in the market. It might be the entitlement that kids felt growing up wealthier before the recession/depression hit? Maybe they’re thinking they don’t need to work hard, or maybe these workers have a different spin on what work looks like?  They also have huge.

My advice to anyone young and looking for a job:

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  3. Try to use complete sentences when communicating – the texting should stop when you put your cell phone down.
  4. Find a mentor at work to help you understand the corporate culture and how to succeed.

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