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Construction Manager

Job Description

Title: Construction Manager
Job ID: 18-00724
Location: North Sioux City, SD
Pay Rate: Open and Highly Competitive
Additional Benefits: Health, Dental, Vision, 401(k), company paid holidays and more!
Type of hire: Direct Employee or Contracted Salary Employment Options
Project Length: 2 to 4 years, with the potential to move onto additional projects after completion
 
Position Summary:
Responsible for managing the daily activities of the contractors while they are on site.
Position Responsibilities:



  • Manage the safety programs for the contractors

  • Meeting commitments of project scope, schedule, and budget

  • Key liaison between the Customer, the engineers, and the contractors

  • Being an active leader and participant in the project development process

  • Communicate with the Project Manager to ensure project objectives are achieved

  • Key member and contributor of the CVS Team


 
Position Requirements:



  • 5-10 years' experience in a comparable technical position - food, beverage, or related industry

  • Understanding of construction disciplines: Piping, mechanical, and electrical

  • Teamwork skills - high-performance team experience

  • Good communication, listening and influencing skills

  • Able to work collaboratively with other groups

  • Ability to be onsite a minimum of 5 days per week in North Sioux City, SD

  • Successful Completion of a drug and background screen

  • OSHA certification



Company Description
Founded March 5, 1988, GTA started out as a placement firm for contract automotive design personnel. Today it is a full-service provider of both direct and contract automotive professionals and top management talent to a customer base that runs the gamut of most of the leading automakers and their key suppliers.
We are proud to say we were founded in Michigan, we're headquartered in Michigan and we're staying in Michigan. GTA remains focused on honesty, integrity and professionalism as the building blocks of its continued success in an ever-changing industry. Our firm acts in a timely, professional manner in all of its interactions with customers and candidates.



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