Student Trainee

Vanir Phoenix , AZ 85002

Posted 4 days ago

About Vanir

Vanir Construction Management, Inc. has been exceeding client expectations for 35 years. Our progressive growth and quality of service has led Vanir to become consistently ranked among the top construction management firms in the nation by Engineering News-Record. As we continue growing into new areas and markets, our focus is to maintain a team of creative, ambitious, and visionary individuals.

Job Description

The Student Trainee reports to Project Director, Project Manager, or assigned project leadership. Responsible for assisting the supervising manager(s) with the execution of contract deliverables. This role will provide administrative assistance and coordinate activities in support of a major healthcare construction program in Phoenix, Arizona.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities:

Under direct supervision, position will:

  • Provide assistance with the verification and receipt of complete Owner information required for execution of the project

  • Provide assistance with meeting preparation, support, and follow up documentation involving owner, architects, engineers, contractors/subcontractors, or other project-related entities

  • Provide assistance creating graphical information and documentation needed to support the development of comprehensive documents for the project

  • Provide assistance with the preparation of technical project contracting documents

  • Provide assistance with organizing, verifying, compiling, and assembling project information for the project team's use in performing building assessments

  • Log and track project documents, including PCOs/COs, RFIs, shop drawing/submittals, contractor correspondence, and punch list logs and updates

  • File and maintain project files

  • Provide assistance in developing, preparing, coordinating, processing, assembling, and distributing various reports

  • Develop and provide training on new technologies being utilized in the industry, as required

  • Perform all tasks to ensure the quality of Vanir's services

  • Perform other duties as required

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Students must have completed, at a minimum, their junior year of an undergraduate program in construction management or related field of study

  • Basic knowledge and application of construction contract(s) administration support, familiarity with Microsoft Office Suite products, and experience with project-related and documentation tracking systems desired

Ability to:

  • Effectively maintain information and documents within the office/project filing system

  • Possess basic knowledge and application of construction administrative coordination and support

  • Effectively log and track project documents, updating logs in a timely manner

  • Assemble project information and back-up materials as needed and package in an orderly manner for project team use, owner approval, etc.

  • Take project progress photos and videos

  • Read basic blueprints

  • Use BIM and graphic related software

  • Use Word for word processing

  • Develop spreadsheets using Excel

  • Utilize Vanir proprietary systems to assist with the review of information, code items and develop reports

  • Comply with company policies and administrative procedures

  • Maintain positive relationships with existing clients

  • Understand roles and responsibilities of team members

How to Apply

If you're interested in working for Vanir Construction Management, Inc., please visit our website to learn more and to apply online at

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Persons with medical limitations may, with reasonable accommodations, be capable of performing the duties of this position. Such a determination must be made on an individual basis considering the person's limitations, the requirements of the position, and the company's ability to make reasonable accommodations to the person's limitations.

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