Assistant Construction Manager

Apartment Investment & Mgmt Irvine , CA 92606

Posted 2 days ago

Do you want to join an energetic team at Aimco as an Assistant Construction Manager in Southern California?

Maintaining Aimco's apartment communities gives the flexibility and stability you don't find with ground-up construction. Our capital replacement and improvement program ensures we manage our assets to the highest standards. You can benefit our residents and our shareholders by preserving our buildings using the current infrastructure to provide a more sustainable living environment.

The role is an entry level construction management position that provides support for projects led by a Director of Construction or Senior Director of Construction. Acting as the Owner's Representative, you will plan, direct, and monitor on-site construction activities to ensure plans are effectively completed within set schedules and budgets, always adhering to Aimco's policies and procedures and to federal, state, and local regulations.

Key success factors: Is this you?

  • You have a reciprocal and professional approach to building positive relationships.

  • You engage in proactive communication with internal and external business partners at all levels.

  • You effortlessly multitask and duly prioritize projects and tasks.

  • You are technically savvy and confident in your project management skills.

  • Looking to gain additional field knowledge by working with a team of seasoned construction professionals.

In addition, the Associate Director:

  • Captures the information necessary to assist with writing scopes of work.

  • Acts as the field supervisor for ongoing construction projects.

  • Recruits new vendors; processes contracts; acts as a liaison between vendors and site operational personnel; facilitates payment for vendor services.

  • Assists with ensuing project quality our high standards by monitoring performance under contract requirements.

  • Collects and organizes all project related documents; updates project progress in our cloud-based project management software.

  • May assist with the development of project plans, bid vetting and related budget scheduling.

  • Provides operational support for specialized problems and assists in emergency situations.

Are you the right person for the Job?

It's a phenomenal place to work! Aimco offers performance-based financial incentives. In addition, we provide a salary and benefits package which includes a 401(k), dental insurance, medical insurance, disability benefits, prescription drug coverage, confidential employee assistance programs, life insurance, a vision-care plan, paid sick time, wellness programs, paid company holidays, job training programs, tuition reimbursement, and paid vacations.

An undergraduate degree in construction management, engineering, architecture or related field preferred.

This role requires you to be continuously eligible to work in the United States without sponsorship, either now or in the future. Aimco is an equal opportunity employer.

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Assistant Construction Manager

Apartment Investment & Mgmt