Open Positions

Under direct supervision of the Controller, the ideal candidate will process weekly payroll for approximately 100 employees, manage all union and Department of Industrial Relations (DIR) reports, maintain and process accounting records including accounts payable and receivables, and other duties as assigned.


  • Payroll processing
  • Weekly certified payroll to DIR and LPC Tracker
  • Monthly payroll reports
  • Job cost tracking
  • Credit card data entry
  • Assist with subcontractor payments
  • Monthly income billings


Strong communication skills and willing to help others when requested.  Knowledge in accounting and payroll processing. Desirable skills/education are construction accounting experience, Construction Partner and Excel software familiarity, and an associate’s degree/college classes in accounting.

Accounting Assistant

BID Coordinator Duties

  • Manage every stage of bid/project preparation. From Studying the project and analyzing various parameters related to the project.
  • Understanding and following all the procedures for new contracts.
  • Responsible for preparing all documents and managing time sensitive deadlines.
  • Primary contact and escalation point for subcontractors, suppliers, and NCM estimate team. Verifying subcontractor's proposals and pricing per trade.
  • Organizing numerous Projects. 
  • Searches for new projects for the company. 
  • Coordinate activities and resources for projects that impact multiple departments or for multiple projects.
  • Develop and maintain detailed project schedules, including all administrative tasks and sites involved in the project.
  • Work with field personnel to handle project issues as they arise.
  • Build a strong team by cultivating relationships between each crew and illustrating how individual team members affect the success of the entire project.
  • Ensure that each crew has the tools it needs to meet project milestone.

Executive Assistant Duties

  • Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payable for numerous personal companies (Quickbooks). 
  • Manage calendars and schedule meetings; handle travel arrangements (Outlook) . 
  • Compose simple transactional related emails on behalf of the Chief Legal Officer; prepare correspondence, and proofread contracts and presentations. 
  • Prioritize regularly conflicting needs; handle matters expeditiously, pro-actively, and follow through on projects to successful completion, often working calmly and well with deadline pressures. 
  • Communicate professionally in writing and by phone while obtaining confidential information.
  • Prioritize conflicting needs; handle matters expeditiously, proactively, and follow through on projects to successful completion, often with deadline pressures.
  • Maintain a high level of discretion and confidentiality with internal and external clients.
  • Arrange meetings with many people and sometimes numerous competing schedules

Executive Assistant/Bid Coordinator

Project Manager

The Project Manager/Estimator is responsible for the development of estimates to create a final bid. It is the responsibility of the PM/Estimator to develop a relationship with subcontractors during the bidding phase and to continue the relationship throughout the projects. Following the award of projects the PM/Estimator’s responsibility is to provide a safe completion of the project within budget, on schedule, to the Company’s quality standards and to the customer’s satisfaction. It will be the responsibility of this individual to initiate required action to achieve the project objectives and to ensure all project activities are consistent with contract documents and the Company’s policies.


  • Estimate projects in full
  • Exhibit good communication and meeting skills
  • Develop strategies to gain an advantage on their estimates
  • Identify risk and address during the procurement process
  • Ensure a complete scope has been captured during the estimating process
  • Able to survey and price all self-work items (concrete, drywall, masonry, rough carpentry, building specialties)
  • Develop and maintain subcontractor and supplier relationships
  • Personnel evaluation and development
  • Subcontractor management
  • Pre-job planning and mobilization
  • Subcontractor purchasing
  • Scheduling
  • Customer/ Owner relations
  • Quality control and support of safety plan
  • Submittal reviews
  • Progress payments from owners
  • Collaborating with team members
  • Cost reports
  • Project closeout
  • Personnel evaluation and development

Possess good communications skills and be detail oriented

Computer software – Excel, Prolog, Procore, Premavera,

Minimum of 3-4 years’ experience in estimating on large commercial construction projects and/or 5-10 years’ experience on commercial construction projects


Provide overall on-site administrative and technical management on construction project site. Schedule, coordinate and supervise craft employee activities. These activities include but are not limited to:


  • Supervise total construction effort to ensure project is constructed in accordance with design, budget and schedule. Includes interfacing with client representatives, AE representatives, other contractors, etc. to keep fully updated, work through changes, etc., offer alternatives.
  • Plan, coordinate and supervise onsite functions (scheduling, engineering, material control, and may provide day-to-day direction of onsite, administrative staff in accounting, purchasing, etc.).
  • Supervise craft employees and/or other contractors as required by the contract.
  • May draft and or generate all project purchase requisitions, field design change requests, etc.
  • Provide technical assistance, i.e., interpretation of drawings, recommending construction methods and equipment, etc., as required.
  • Assist project management in implementing project procedures, working documents, standards, etc.
  • Ensure all onsite personnel, including subcontractors, comply with project procedures, safety program requirements, work rules, etc. Document all violations, notify project management, recommend/implement corrective actions as required.
  • Assume responsibility for productivity of crafts, efficient use of materials & equipment, and contractual performance of the project.
  • Perform additional assignments per Supervisor’s direction.
  • Assist in resolving construction problems (lack of productivity, work interfaces, etc.) as required.
  • Maintain liaison with other departments (i.e., Material Control, Purchasing, Quality Control, Engineering) to ensure all required materials, equipment, inspections, etc., support craft activities and project schedule.
  • Design-Build coordination and review.
  • Ownership, updating and distribution of project schedule.
  • Submittals-Review for conformance, track and take ownership of ALL project submittals.
  • RFI’s-generate, distribute, track and distribute requests for information.
  • Help during bidding projects & issuing subcontracts.
  • Post-job review & close out.
  • Perform additional assignments per Supervisor/Corporate Director’s direction.

Skills, Knowledge, Qualifications & Experience

Education and experience include: Four year engineering degree or equivalent combinations of technical training and /or related experience. Minimum of eight years construction management and/or craft supervision experience in similar facility construction. Thorough knowledge of all aspects of construction (technology, equipment, methods): craft agreements, jurisdiction, negotiations; engineering, cost control schedules and safety required. Excellent communication, organizational and supervisory skills essential. Advanced understanding of construction scheduling, cost control and ability to control and supervise large groups essential.

Assist. Superintendent

Under General Supervision of the Project Superintendent; The Assistant Superintendent is the Company’s representative assigned to the responsibility and authority for daily coordination and directing of the project so that it is safe, within budget, on schedule, to the Company’s quality standards, and to the customer’s satisfaction.  To accomplish this, he or she must conceptualize a plan on how he or she is going to construct the project and must insure that the daily and weekly activities are consistent with this plan under direction of the Project Superintendent.

The experience and capabilities of the Assistant Superintendent will directly influence the delegation of authority and responsibility by the Project Superintendent.  The Project Manager and Superintendent will work as a complementary team where the sun of their efforts is greater than their individual efforts. The Project Manager will generally concentrate on long-range planning, problem solving, and logistics so that the project’s Superintendent can concentrate most of his time on the daily and short-range direction of the project.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Safety – Safety planning is to be included in all prejob planning and considered foremost in the daily operations.  All project, governmental and company safety regulations and requirements shall be enforced by the superintendent.
  • Job Planning – Development and implementation of the prejob plan.  Make course corrections to the plan as required.
  • Scheduling – Participate in the project scheduling to the extent necessary to insure that it is “his schedule” and that it complies with the job planning.
  • Mobilization – Complete specific tasks as assigned in prejob planning sessions.
  • Organize to fit talents of the assigned Company personnel and recruit to the extent  that he or she is able to supplement these personnel.
  • Coordinate and supervise all Company work forces on the project.
  • Coordinate and schedule all subcontractors.
  • Develop form detailing and special construction methods for job efficiency.
  • Maintain accurate time keeping and cost records.
  • Expedite vendors and subcontractors on a daily and weekly basis.
  • Material Receiving – be sure that material received is properly inspected for quantity and quality, and that the receiving tickets are properly signed and coded and forwarded to Accounting.
  • Quality Control
  • Employment of laborers and craft persons – The Superintendent has the authority to hire and fire all hourly paid personnel under his direct supervision.
  • Provide layout and elevations of site project.


Ability to:  Perform detailed work accurately, independently and against deadlines.  Organize and maintain effective and cooperative working relationships. Learn to use specialized construction software for tracking construction documents.  Use tact and good judgment in responding to requests for information. Prioritize work and handle a variety of and several activities and projects simultaneously, compose correspondence, reports, minutes, forms, etc, from brief instructions.  Use initiative and shows motivation within established guidelines.

Education & Experience:  Bachelors in construction management or engineering.  Work experience in part time or internship desirable.

Special Requirements:  Possession of a valid California Class C Motor Vehicle Operator’s License.  

Highly desirable Skills:  Knowledge of construction programs – Primavera, Suretrak, Prolog, Procore and QuickBooks.  

Project Engineer

Under General Supervision of the Project Manager: The Project Engineer is the Company’s “management representative” responsible for the safe completion of his projects within the budget, on schedule, to the Company’s quality standards, and to the customer’s satisfaction.  It is his responsibility to initiate any action required to achieve the above objectives and insure that all project activities are consistent with Company policy.

The Project Engineer’s duties will vary as required to support the Project Superintendent and other personnel assigned to the project.  His first responsibility is to increase the effectiveness of the Subcontractors and invoiced staff. Generally, his role will concentrate more on long-term planning, scheduling, the identification of future “roadblocks” and “pitfalls”, and the solving of these problems prior to their impact on the project.  He or she is responsible to be sure that all logistical support is completed timely so that the Superintendent and Foreman can concentrate on the daily and weekly direction of the Company’s forces and coordination of subcontractors.


  • Pre-job planning and project scheduling
  • Ordering of materials and scheduling of deliveries as a part of project coordination
  • Coordination with all subcontractors to obtain required documentation/pricing
  • Review project drawings for the procurement of materials and work to be completed
  • Review and processing of change orders and other contract document
  • Safety-the primary responsibility for the job safety rests with the Superintendent, but it is the Project Engineer’s responsibility to assist that safety is properly incorporated into job planning and execution
  • Production and analysis of cost reports to be proactive for any problems that might arise and initiate new alternatives which could cause a course of correction
  • Quality Control-Be alert to a deviation from our quality standards and insure proper corrective actions is initiated
  • Customer Relations-Regularly visit/communicate with the client, subcontractors, and architect/engineer to confirm that every aspect of the job is running smoothly

Standards and Qualifications

Ability to: perform detailed work accurately, independently, and against deadlines.  Organize and maintain effective and cooperative working relationships. Use tact and good judgment in responding to requests for information.  Prioritize work and handle a variety of activities/projects simultaneously, along with compose correspondences, reports, minutes, forms, etc., from brief instructions.  Use initiative and shows motivation within established guidelines.

Education & Experience:  Bachelor’s degree or higher in construction management or engineering preferred.  Work experience in part-time or internship desirable.

Programs: Knowledge of construction programs such as Bluebeam, Adobe PDF, Procure, Prolog, and Construction Partner

Must possess a valid California Class C Motor Vehicle Operator’s license.

All statements made on the application are subject to verification and false statements will be cause for disqualification and/or discharge.

Office Engineer

Under General Supervision of the Project Engineer:  The Office Engineer works with the Project Engineer and the main objective is to support the field.  This will be completed by effective review of shop drawings and submittals, material management and document control.


  • Subcontractor Management
  • Submittal review skills
  • RFI development
  • Pay applications
  • Change Order pricing
  • Quality control and support of our safety plan


Strong communications skills, ability to perform detailed work accurately, organize and maintain effective and cooperative working relationships.  

Education & Experience:  Bachelor’s degree or higher in construction management or engineering preferred.  Work experience in part-time or internship desirable.

Programs: Knowledge of construction programs such as Bluebeam, Adobe PDF, Prolog, Procore and Construction Partner


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