The Walsh Group Construction Assistant Project Manager in Seattle, Washington
Walsh is currently seeking an Assistant Project Manager at theJBLM Information Systems Facility Projectin Seattle, WA. We are seeking a candidate with previous federal project experience.
Does the idea of working on large, well-known projects bring out the best in you? Do you expect high quality—and high quantity—work from yourself and others? Are you an up-and-coming Project Engineer who always wants to do more and do better? If so, we’ve got what you’re looking for.
The Walsh Group is a family of companies united by a shared dedication to deliver exceptional service, standards and safety. Our Assistant Project Managers share and collect helpful resources and share information broadly across work teams. Are you always on the hunt for better ways of doing things? Do you soak up information so you can make better decisions? Walsh Assistant Project Managers are certainly confident enough to take necessary risks, but they always approach such risks carefully and cautiously.
Are you someone who trusts your instincts and has confidence in your ability to grow as a leader? When you see potential in others, do you invest in it? The Walsh Group began as a small carpentry business and has grown over four generations of family ownership to be a multi-billion dollar contracting company. We’re looking for Assistant Project Managers that want to grow and develop themselves into continually more impactful roles.
Are you a Project Engineer that is ready to make a change for the better? Are you someone who can go with the flow of change, but also has the capacity to eventually control and lead it? Walsh is looking for goal oriented Assistant Project Managers with a sense of direction. Someone who is diligent and can help prioritize which tasks need to be accomplished first.
If this sounds like you, then we want to hear from you. If you have what it takes, welcome to the family.
The Assistant Project Manager’s responsibilities include:
Project planning, scheduling and coordination
Safety and quality control management
Accurate forecasting and management of budgets
Change order management
Managing critical subcontractors
Manage Project Engineers
Resolution of problems involving labor disputes, material delivery and contract administration
Maintain vehicle, equipment, and tools management
We are seeking candidates with the following qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering or Construction Management or equivalent
3 - 6 years of experience
Previous Federal of Department of Defence Project experience required
Previous commercial or multi-family experience required
Prioritize, develop, and maintain project schedules
Strong leadership skills
Excellent oral and written communication
Ability to prioritize and manage time
Strong follow up
Ability to establish relationships and lead people
Critical thinking and decision making skills
Equal Opportunity Employer, Disability/Veteran
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Job Locations US-WA-Seattle
Requisition ID 2020-4726
Position Type Experienced - Full-Time