• Construction Project Manager

  • As a project manager with Willow Construction, you will be joining our award-winning production team in the implementation and development of various construction projects throughout the region. Willow Construction is a commercial, industrial, and multi-family construction company in the Delmarva Peninsula. Our work includes new construction, renovations, and pre-engineered metal buildings. We’ve tackled every type of project from new construction, to occupied renovations, small repairs, and more.

    Job Description

    Provide overall administration and coordination for his/her assigned projects in a professional manner, thus ensuring the goals of the Owner, the Design Team, and Willow Construction are met.


    - Lead and support the Project Team.

    - Produce the overall schedule, and plan for the execution of the project.

    - Coordinate between the Owner, Architect, and Subcontractors through the administration of project correspondence.

    - Supervise Progress Meetings and other essential meetings.

    - Respond to labor problems and field supervisory issues.

    - Settle trade contractor and vendor disputes.

    - Facilitate and expedite Project Close-out including required training & start-up testing.

    - Schedule and conduct project closeout meeting.

    - Approve and compare vendor/subcontractor invoices to purchase orders or subcontracts to verify quantities, price, payment terms, freight charges, extensions, etc.

    - Prepare and present RCOs and OCOs to the Owner and Architect.

    - Maintain and improve client relations.

    - Administer “the owner contract.”

    - Administer subcontracts and purchase orders.

    - Prepare, review and maintain Estimate Status Report for assigned projects on a monthly basis.

    - Conduct Monthly Project review meetings

    Job Specification:

    - 4-year degree in Architecture, Construction, Engineering Management or Business

    - 5 years experience in construction management

    - 3 years experience in supervisory management

    - Advanced knowledge of the construction industry and company operations.

    - Extensive knowledge in human resource management

    - Computer skills in scheduling, document management and accounting software

    - Advanced knowledge in job costing, scheduling and project management.

    - Excellent organizational, leadership, communication and analytical skills


    - Competitive salary based on experience

    - Health, dental, vision, and life insurance plans

    - 401k program with match

    - Training and professional development opportunities

    - Paid Time Off

    Pay: Starting at $50,000.00 per year

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