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  • Permit Coordinator
    posting #: 2155

    Permit Coordinator

    Kirkland, WA

    Our client, a leading national residential developer and home builder, is looking for a Permit Coordinator to join their collaborative team. This is a great opportunity to get your foot in the door in real estate development, and build your career with a stable firm. This position will entail coordinating all necessary documents for submitting and obtaining utility, water, and building permits. The role involves collaborating with division departments, city government and state agencies, to ensure that all deadlines for building plans and permits are met on time.

    Our client puts an emphasis on building not only homes, but a community. They encourage a collaborative and well-balanced work life and strive to make employees feel valued.

    Permit Coordinator Responsibilities:

    • Ensure timely preparation and submission of plot plans, lot inspections, and building permits across multiple municipalities, aligning with construction deadlines.
    • Prepare and promptly submit check requests and payments for permits, water taps, and impact fees.
    • Maintain professional and courteous relationships with municipality departments and staff members.
    • Act as the primary division contact for permit-related issues, providing prompt responses.
    • Record building permit information into CRM system to update the construction scheduling software.
    • Oversee the entire building plan approval process across various municipalities for assigned communities.
    • Distribute construction documents to the Purchasing, Marketing, and Construction departments.
    • Document and process all plan revisions, coordinating time-frame requirements with consultants.
    • Scan all approved permitting information for record-keeping.
    • Provide administrative support to the Construction Department.
    • Inform the Accounting Department of permit, utility connection, and other municipality fee changes.

    Permit Coordinator Qualifications:

    • High school diploma or GED. Associate’s degree is a plus.
    • At least 1 year of administrative/customer service experience.
    • A vehicle and a valid driver’s license are required.
    • Excellent organization, communication, and interpersonal skills.
    • Ability to meet deadlines in a fast-paced environment.
    • Proficient in MS Office, email, and 60+ wpm typing skills.

    Company Benefits:

    • Annual bonus potential
    • Medical, Dental, Vision, and Life insurance
    • 401K
    • Employee stock purchase plan
    • Flex Spending Accounts
    • Paid Vacation, Sick, Personal Time and Company Holidays

    Compensation: $43,000 - $48,000 + bonuses and benefits

  • Lead Estimator – Mechanical/HVAC Construction
    posting #: 2154

    Lead Estimator – Mechanical/HVAC Construction

    Seattle, WA

    Work for a mechanical contractor and leader in the industry for over 50 years! They are looking for a Lead Estimator to add to an already successful team in the Pacific Northwest. This individual will be a lead for the estimating department, ensuring accurate assessments of total mechanical project costs while enhancing estimating procedures through innovative technology and techniques. Additionally, they will be accountable for training and supporting the professional growth of their team members. The ideal candidate will have a minimum of 7 years’ experience in estimating and preconstruction experience within the commercial construction industry, with a solid understanding of mechanical HVAC systems.

    Lead Estimator Responsibilities:

    • Ensure timely completion of all assigned estimates with accuracy and thoroughness, meeting all necessary deliverables.
    • Develop, manage, and implement metrics for both the department and sales team.
    • Apply working knowledge of relevant estimating resources.
    • Provide mentorship to team members and interns, focusing on effective communication, collaboration skills, and the use of various mediums and tools.
    • Participate in project interviews, presentations, and detailed estimate reviews with clients as needed.
    • Contribute to the maintenance, sustainability, and updates of estimating-supported tools.
    • Attend jobsite walks, project reviews, and meetings as appropriate to validate estimating cost basis.
    • Demonstrate servant leadership, fostering team advancement through mutual respect and leading by example.

    Lead Estimator Qualifications:

    • At least 7 years of mechanical project estimating or preconstruction experience within the commercial construction industry.
    • Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Construction Management, Business, or related equivalent field experience.
    • Proven ability in critical thinking and problem-solving, exercising sound judgment in decision-making.
    • Skill in managing, training, and developing employees efficiently.
    • Experience in design/build and plan/spec delivery methods across diverse market sectors including commercial office, health care, hospitality, education, high-rise residential, bio-tech, and government.
    • Proficient in advanced estimating strategies and techniques.

    Benefits and Appreciation:

    • Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance
    • 401k plan with matching
    • Vacation and Sick Compensation, and Holiday Pay!
    • Disability income protection including short term and long-term disability
    • Employee and dependent life insurance
    • Wellness Program
    • Employee Assistance Program

    Compensation: $110K - $140K + bonus and/or relocation package

  • Regional Portfolio Manager – Multi-Family Properties
    posting #: 2152

    Regional Portfolio Manager – Multi-Family Properties

    Seattle, WA

    Join an esteemed Real Estate Developer as a Regional Portfolio Manager and become an integral part of their dynamic team! With a robust portfolio exceeding $2.5 billion in value, they are looking for an experienced professional to ensure the optimal performance of our commercial and multi-family properties.

    The ideal candidate will possess over 5 years of experience in multi-family commercial real estate, strong financial acumen, and team management skills. In this role, you'll oversee six properties' operations, tenant experience, and financial performance, collaborating closely with the Director of Asset & Property Management.

    With the firm's stellar industry reputation and diverse portfolio, you'll find ample opportunities for growth and advancement within its Development, Asset Management, and Construction segments. Take the next step in your career journey and embark on a fulfilling professional trajectory!

    Portfolio Manager Responsibilities:

    • Develops the annual budget(s) for their assigned communities and oversees attainment of budgeted goals by analyzing and evaluating financial performance, reconciling monthly statements against approved budget.
    • Ensures that individual communities meet the established operational, financial, and business performance goals by inspecting properties, reviewing financials, market, and operational reports, and developing and implementing appropriate action plans to achieve results.
    • Provides leadership to the team of Property Managers by interviewing, hiring, and training team members.
    • Oversees and responsible for appropriate and adequate staffing at each community and supervises the talent acquisition, development, and management of community team members.
    • Promotes company satisfaction through timely reporting and ongoing communication about the performance of the properties.
    • Reviews, analyzes, and interprets market data to identify emerging trends that may impact the performance of the portfolio, and works with the Investment Portfolio Manager, Property Managers, and others to develop and implement market plans that drive occupancy and revenue growth.
    • Ensures that the appearance and physical aspects of the properties meet the established standards through routine site and safety inspections. 
    • Coordinates work activities and services from vendors, consultants, and other contractors as needed by researching and identifying needs, negotiating contracts, monitoring progress, processing invoices, and ensuring open communication between consultants and project team members.
    • Inspects the properties on a regular basis for safety hazards, property damage, and needed repairs by maintenance staff. Follows up on repairs to verify completion and compliance with property insurance companies, OSHA, government agencies, safety policies and risk management procedures.
    • Adhere to the branding guide to maintain brand integrity across community and property management platforms.
    • Collaborate with Investment Portfolio Manager to assess changes in the rental market through analysis of traffic and rental records.
    • Supervise maintenance programs that encompass interior and exterior conditions and appearance of properties.
    • Reviews and monitors the completion of all capital projects approved in the annual business plan.

    Regional Portfolio Manager Qualifications:?

    • 5+ years experience in Multi-family Property Management.
    • Minimum 4 years in a Supervisory Role.
    • 5+ years managing multiple sites.
    • Bachelors Degree in real estate, accounting, finance or related field preferred.
    • Solid experience creating and managing a budget and producing monthly, quarterly and yearly variance reports.
    • ARM, CPM, CAM designation preferred.
    • WA Real Estate license desired.
    • Working knowledge of Yardi software.
    • Competent in MS Office and relevant databases and software.
    • Strong communication and presentation skills.
    • Well organized with excellent time management skills.

    Compensation: $110k - $130k

  • Sales Territory Manager
    posting #: 2151

    Sales Territory Manager

    Portland, OR

    Uncover an exciting career opportunity this year by leveraging your sales expertise with a leading player in the traffic management industry since 2001. Headquartered in Washington State, they partner with governmental agencies across the western U.S., implementing state-of-the-art traffic solutions. Their commitment to customer satisfaction and a diverse product portfolio has solidified their status as a trusted partner, consistently achieving year-over-year growth. Currently expanding their sales team, they're looking for a dynamic Sales Territory Manager to drive revenue growth in Portland and surrounding areas.

    The ideal candidate brings at least two years of Sales and Marketing experience, a track record of influencing key decision-makers, and an innovative approach to identifying cross-selling opportunities. If you're adept at building strong relationships and thrive in collaborative environments, this role aligns perfectly with your strengths and ambitions. Building and nurturing strong client relationships is the cornerstone of your responsibilities.

    Sales Territory Manager Responsibilities:

    • Exceed assigned sales revenue, margin, and expense targets in the designated region and/or territory.
    • Efficiently manage the entire sales cycle, including essential reporting and forecasting tasks.
    • Research, identify, and directly contact all relevant stakeholders and buying decision-makers at all levels of influence to introduce and market the applicable products.
    • Identify and initiate contact with relevant individuals within planning and engineering consulting firms, advocacy groups, and industry associations to identify and develop programs, projects, and opportunities that have the potential to generate revenues.
    • Prepare and present educational seminars, sales presentations, and system demonstrations for the application of our products and technology.
    • Effectively communicate new sales ideas and feedback to the sales manager.
    • Work closely with other sales team members to enhance sales effectiveness, internally and externally, and to contribute to overall sales development.
    • Achieve and exceed sales goals, activity levels, and Salesforce CRM assigned by the management team.
    • Build and maintain a high level of knowledge on products, professional planning and design, customer needs and services, and an understanding of local competitive market needs.
    • Provide input for creative product marketing programs based on local market needs and cultures.

    Sales Territory Manager Qualifications:

    • 2-3 years’ experience in sales and marketing.
    • Bachelor’s Degree in Business & Marketing or equivalent work experience.
    • Expert in building strong relationships with customers and buying influencers with a focus on service excellence.
    • Proven face-to-face and business-to-business sales.

    Compensation:

    Salary, $100K and $140k-$150k total annual comp (guaranteed commissions)

  • HR Manager - Construction
    posting #: 1512

    HR Manager - Construction

    South Seattle (in-office with parking)

    Our client, a leading Seattle-based general contractor is seeking an HR Manager to manage and help support all aspects of the employee experience and champion their culture and values. The HR Manager manages daily HR operations, including recruitment, hiring, training, and benefits policies, while also spearheading initiatives to support employees throughout their journey with the company.

    The ideal candidate will have prior experience in the construction industry, must be able to guard confidential and sensitive employee information, perform job duties in a timely manner, have a professional attitude, be organized, and possess the ability to communicate both verbally and in writing and be competent in Microsoft applications. This role reports to the Director of Safety and Human Resources.

    HR Manager Responsibilities:

    • Manage daily HR operations, advise managers, and ensure regulatory compliance.
    • Support the Director of Safety and HR in staffing oversight, dispute resolution, and disciplinary actions.
    • Handle the entire employee lifecycle, including recruitment, onboarding, development, evaluations, and separations.
    • Coordinate job postings, resume tracking, interviews, and career fairs for recruitment.
    • Conduct pre-screening, manage onboarding, and oversee new hire paperwork.
    • Facilitate mid-year and annual performance reviews, as well as exit interviews during separations.
    • Maintain precise personnel records, enroll employees in benefits, and promote diversity and inclusion.
    • Update corporate policies, collaborate on benefits, and file EEO-1 and ACA reports.
    • Collaborate with other departments, support training and safety initiatives, and manage the virtual training platform.

    HR Manager Qualifications:

    • Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources Management or related field preferred.
    • Experience in the construction or related industry.
    • Experience with unions is a plus.
    • HR certification (PHR or SHRM) is a plus.
    • Must maintain strict confidentiality and discretion.
    • Exceptionally organized with a commitment to meeting deadlines.
    • Ability to adapt quickly and remain professional under pressure.
    • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite; Viewpoint/Vista experience is a bonus.
    • Valid Washington State Driver’s License with a clean driving record required.
    • Able to Pass a Pre-employment Drug Screening and a Criminal Background Check.

    Benefits and Appreciation:

    • Competitive benefits package offered for qualified salaried employees.
    • Includes eight paid holidays and three weeks PTO.
    • Comprehensive healthcare plan (medical, dental, vision, AD&D, and EAP).
    • Paid Maternal/Paternal and Bereavement Leave.
    • 4% safe harbor weekly 401K match plus discretionary profit sharing.
    • Free parking.

    Compensation: $85-$125k/year DOE

  • Senior Project Engineer - Commercial Construction
    posting #: 2149

    Senior Project Engineer - Commercial Construction

    Seattle, WA

    Join an employee-owned company and be part of a dynamic team! Our client, a well-established Pacific Northwest-based Commercial General Contractor (GC) with a history spanning over a century, is actively seeking a talented Sr. Project Engineer.

    They specialize in various project types, including healthcare, office, high-rise, hospitality, life sciences, education, and tech tenant improvements (TI). With a robust backlog of large-scale commercial projects, this company offers stability and abundant growth opportunities in the years ahead.

    They have an immediate need for established Senior Project Engineers to help manage their many high-rise, mixed-use, life science, healthcare, and Tech TI projects in Seattle and on the Eastside.

    Sr. Project Engineer Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Coordinates with project architects, designers, owners, and field personnel.
    • Responsible for generating Request for Information (RFI) and submittals.
    • Inspects all work to assure compliance with plans and specifications.
    • Manages project subcontractors.
    • Offers technical information to project supervisor to insure work complies with applicable codes, drawings, and specifications.
    • General understanding of project budget; assist with buyouts.
    • Monitor and track project quality control metrics and activities on a regular basis, provide timely and accurate quality reports, and raise issues to PM or Superintendent as appropriate.
    • Facilitator of the BIM process.
    • Generation of project punch list and closeout documentation.

    Sr. Project Engineer Qualifications:

    • 3+ years of experience as a Project Engineer for a Commercial GC, Consulting Firm, or Subcontractor.
    • Degree in Construction Management, Civil or Mechanical Engineering.
    • Demonstrated expertise in commercial projects (i.e. tenant improvements, mixed-use, corporate, or institutional structures).
    • Excellent communication skills for interaction with vendors, designers, consultants, subcontractors, and clients.
    • Software Experience: MS Office, Excel, MS Project, AutoCAD, Revit, Bluebeam, Procore.
    • Broad knowledge of LEAN and BIM techniques.

    Benefits & Appreciation:

    • Medical, Dental, Vision, Life, and Disability Insurance.
    • 401K with a competitive match, plus an HSA
    • ESOP – Employee Stock Ownership Program
    • Profit Sharing Bonuses
    • PTO, Sick Time, and Holidays

    Compensation: $91k - $125k + profit sharing + ESOP

  • Estimator - Insulation (Mixed-Use/Multi-Family)
    posting #: 2148

    Estimator - Insulation (Mixed-Use/Multi-Family)

    Auburn, WA

    Work for a full-service Insulation company that is known for its flawless quality, attentive service, and efficient performance. They are looking to hire an Estimator to join their growing team! This individual will be responsible for managing and regulating construction expenses through the collection and analysis of data and effectively controlling costs throughout the project.

    The ideal candidate will have experience with estimating for insulation within the multifamily/mixed-use environment. The company welcomes experienced estimators who value integrity, honesty, and respect, and who seek to build meaningful relationships with vendors, customers, and employees!

    Estimator Responsibilities:

    • Organizes tasks by gathering information, setting priorities, and understanding requirements.
    • Develops construction budgets by analyzing home and commercial plans, updating specifications, and estimating costs for each aspect of the project.
    • Assesses purchase offers by evaluating changes, additions, and site requirements.
    • Updates cost databases and pricing records to ensure accuracy.
    • Addresses discrepancies in costs by investigating and analyzing relevant information.
    • Produces specialized reports by gathering, analyzing, and summarizing data and trends.
    • Upholds high-quality service standards as per organizational guidelines.
    • Conveys project specifications and scope to general contractors.
    • Maintains consistency across different levels of teams by documenting actions, issues, and ongoing requirements.
    • Supports team objectives by completing relevant tasks as necessary.

    Estimator Qualifications:

    • Bachelor's or Associate’s degree in Construction Management, Engineering, or related field (or equivalent work experience).
    • At least 2 years of construction estimating experience, specifically in the insulation industry.
    • Proficiency in estimating software and Microsoft Office Suite.
    • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
    • Excellent communication and negotiation skills.
    • Knowledge of construction industry standards, codes, and regulations.
    • Detail-oriented with a focus on accuracy.
    • Ability to work effectively in a team environment and meet project deadlines.

    Company Benefits:

    • Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance
    • Paid Time-Off

    Compensation: $80k-$100k base with bonus potential to $150k

  • Senior Mechanical Engineer
    posting #: 1722

    Senior Mechanical EngineerHealthcare & Higher-Tech

    Portland, OR 

    Are you an experienced Mechanical Engineer with extensive experience in Healthcare, Central Plant, or Higher-Tech? Have you been following mass transit and want to take a deeper dive in hydrogen fueling systems? Are you tired of repetition and want to work on complex projects? If so, this could be your opportunity.

    Our client, a top-tier international global design firm, is growing its team in Portland. They are looking for a Senior Mechanical Engineer to focus on Healthcare projects (50%), but also do some heavy lifting on their Higher-Tech and Mass Transit projects. As the Senior Mechanical Engineer, you will work on local and national projects collaboratively with teams across the US.

    Senior Mechanical Engineer Responsibilities:

    • Be involved from project inception to completion in the management of mechanical design and construction of building and infrastructure projects, including rehabilitation and reconstruction, new builds, design specifications, and phasing.
    • Applies buildings engineering and project management knowledge while leading multi-discipline resources to meet project requirements within established timeframes and budgets.
    • Shares knowledge with others by serving as a trainer, mentor, and resource.
    • Meets technical, contractual, schedule, budgetary and client service objectives for each project.
    • Applies strong mechanical engineering skills, experience and knowledge to the design and oversight of the design, for building projects.
    • Manages and plans the production resources and workflow to produce the design documentation, drawings, and calculations required for mechanical engineering projects.
    • May periodically act as QC reviewer on projects.
    • Effectively delegates work to production support staff.

    Senior Mechanical Engineer Profile:

    • 8+ years of experience, with a preferred Bachelors' degree in related field.
    • Professional Engineering license is a bonus. *Company will contribute to licensing requirements and costs.
    • Experience designing HVAC and plumbing systems for the built environment.
    • Client consulting experience.
    • Fundamental understanding of NFPA 99-2018, ASHRAE 170, and the 2018 FGI Guidelines as they specifically apply to Hospitals, ambulatory surgical centers, and medical office buildings.
    • Strong client communication and interpersonal skills.
    • Functional knowledge of BIM software; in particular, Revit MEP.

    Company Benefits & Culture:

    • Hybrid work environment
    • Relocation Package Available
    • Exceptional Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance
    • 3+ weeks of PTO
    • 401k plan with competitive match

    Compensation: $125k-$150k+/yr.

  • Superintendent – Residential Construction
    posting #: 2146

    Superintendent – Residential Construction

    Bothell, WA

    Our client, a well-known residential developer, focused on building high-quality homes, is currently seeking an experienced Superintendent to join their tight-knit team. This group highly values teamwork and is looking for a leader who can oversee the construction of single-family homes and/or townhomes across the region.

    Superintendent Responsibilities:

    • Oversee and manage construction activities on-site.
    • Coordinate subcontractors' schedules for each development phase.
    • Ensure timely completion of homes, meeting contractual obligations.
    • Approve and address subcontractor work and payments.
    • Enforce site safety and compliance with regulations.
    • Manage erosion control responsibilities and permit compliance.
    • Maintain adherence to building codes and quality standards.
    • Organize inspections and homeowner orientations.
    • Monitor construction quality and cleanliness.
    • Schedule warranty repairs and address homeowner concerns.
    • Foster positive relationships with stakeholders.
    • Uphold company policies and suggest improvements.

    Superintendent Qualifications:

    • At least three years of progressive leadership experience in residential construction.
    • Production home construction experience is preferred.
    • Must have a vehicle and valid driver’s license.
    • Exposure to Construction applications and MS Office Suite.

    Company Benefits:

    • Medical, Dental, Vision, Life and Disability Insurance offered, plus an HSA and FSA
    • 401K with a 3% match
    • Employee stock purchase plan
    • Company wellness program
    • Paid Holidays, Sick Time, and Vacation Time

    Compensation: $72,000 - $100,000 salary (DOE) plus 12-20% bonus potential

  • Superintendent (Senior)
    posting #: 2145

    Superintendent (Senior) – Grocery and Retail Construction

    Are you interested in joining a tenured, dedicated team of construction professionals? Do you have experience in occupied commercial tenant improvement with demonstrated success overseeing Grocery and Retail projects? If so, this opportunity may be the perfect fit for you!

    Our client is a local general contracting firm with nearly 50 years of success providing high-quality construction management and craftsmanship to clients ranging from independent local chains to nationwide grocers and retailers. With team members who have been with the firm since its inception and a robust administrative staff to support their Project Managers, the company provides a structured and efficient experience, even when executing complex and challenging projects.

    The ideal candidate will have 10+ years’ experience with a background in commercial construction (grocery/retail/tilt-up) in occupied remodel settings.

    Superintendent Major Duties & Responsibilities

    • Implement the project schedule and coordinate with the Project Manager on jobsite logistics.
    • Establish and maintain quality standards for employees and subcontractors.
    • Oversee construction administration services including, reviewing shop drawings, responding to RFIs, and performing structural inspections.
    • Assist with subcontractor management and coordination.
      • Work with the Project Manager to resolve any on-site issues.
      • Deliver the project on time, safely and to specifications.
      • Oversee field staff, subs and vendors on-site.

      Superintendent Qualifications

      • Minimum of 10 years of experience in a Superintendent role (or equivalent education and experience).
      • Experience with Microsoft Office software (Outlook, Word, Excel) as well as 5+ years’ experience with Procore or similar construction management software.
      • Ability to supervise and mentor a team with a respectful, hands-on approach to management.
      • Ability to read and understand construction documents such as blueprints, scopes of work, schedules, specifications, safety manuals, etc.
      • Advanced knowledge of various construction disciplines, safety regulations, scheduling, budget/cost control, and quality control.
      • Ability to work one Saturday per month, as needed.
      • Experience in occupied tenant improvement projects highly preferred.

      Benefits and Appreciation

      • Medical/Dental/Vision – 100% paid for employee and dependents.
      • Vacation and Sick time accrual.
      • Personal vehicle stipend and gas card.
      • Employee profit-sharing program.

      Compensation

      • $110k-$140k (DOE) with potential for overtime.
    • Superintendent (Junior)
      posting #: 2144

      Superintendent (Junior) – Grocery and Retail Construction

      Are you interested in joining a tenured, dedicated team of construction professionals? Do you have experience in commercial tenant improvement and ground-up construction with demonstrated success overseeing Grocery and/or Retail projects? If so, this opportunity may be the perfect fit for you!

      Our client is a local general contractor with nearly 50 years of success providing high-quality construction management and craftsmanship to clients ranging from independent local chains to nationwide grocers and retailers. With team members who have been with the firm since its inception and a robust administrative staff to support their Project Managers, the company provides a structured and efficient experience, even when executing complex and challenging projects.

      The ideal candidate will have experience as a Project Engineer, Foreman, Project Coordinator, or Assistant Superintendent with a background in commercial development (grocery/retail/tilt-up) in occupied remodel settings with a bags-on management style.

      Superintendent Major Duties & Responsibilities

      • Implement the project schedule and coordinate with the Project Manager on jobsite logistics.
      • Oversee quality control of on-site work to ensure effective and efficient production.
      • Assist with subcontractor management and coordination.
        • Work with the Project Manager to resolve any on-site issues.
        • Deliver the project on time, safely and to specifications.

        Superintendent Qualifications

        • Minimum of 1-2 years of experience in a Project Engineer, Foreman, Assistant Superintendent, or Project Coordinator role.
        • Familiarity with basic Microsoft Office software (Outlook, Word, Excel).
        • Ability to supervise and mentor a team with a respectful, hands-on approach to management.
        • Ability to read and understand construction documents such as blueprints, scopes of work, schedules, specifications, safety manuals, etc.
        • Ability to work one Saturday per month, as needed.
        • Experience in occupied tenant improvement projects, highly preferred.

        Benefits and Appreciation

        • Medical/Dental/Vision – 100% paid for employee and dependents.
        • Vacation and Sick time accrual.
        • Personal vehicle stipend and gas card.
        • Employee profit-sharing program.

        Compensation

        • $90K-$125K (DOE) with potential for overtime.
      • Director of Operations - Civil Construction
        posting #: 2143

        Director of Operations – Civil Construction

        Bothell, WA

        Are you ready to embark on a journey in your career that could pave the way to partial ownership in just a few swift years? Our client, the visionary behind a thriving local civil construction enterprise dedicated to public works and commercial development, is preparing to pass on the torch of leadership. They're looking for an individual with entrepreneurial zeal to join their close-knit crew. If you're driven, innovative, and ready to make your mark, seize this opportunity as their Director of Operations.

        This role offers the potential for ownership based on revenue, not financial buy-in. Are you eager to leverage your civil construction expertise and elevate yourself to the helm of a thriving, expanding business? If so, this opportunity could be the one for you!

        Director of Operations Responsibilities:

        • Demonstrate credible interface with clients, subcontractors, and consultants.
        • Effectively schedule all preconstruction and construction activities.
        • Effectively develop and track budgets.
        • Demonstrate strong planning skills.
        • Review contracts, specifications, and drawings to determine and manage scopes of work.
        • Ensure that materials for construction are on site as needed.
        • Coordinate with dispatcher, superintendent and foreman to meet project deadlines.
        • Oversee the billing department ensuring the timely submittal of COR’s, CO’s and invoices.
        • Source/secure new business opportunities through establishing initial contact and sustaining long term relationships.
        • Foster outstanding customer service and positive client relationships.
        • Subcontractor bid reviews and validation of work scopes.
        • Experience in estimating, performing material takeoffs on drawings and plans.

        Director of Operations Qualifications:

        • 10+ years of general civil, tunneling, or waterfront construction experience.
        • Construction Management Degree or equivalent preferred.
        • Demonstrated experience successfully leading teams and construction projects.
        • Ability to read, analyze, and interpret contracts, plans, and technical reports.
        • Proficiency with project management software.
        • Background in project management or engineering consulting.

        Company Benefits:

        • Medical, Dental, and Vision insurance paid by the employer.
        • 3 weeks of vacation, plus sick time and holidays.
        • 401K with 50% employer match up to 3%.
        • Vehicle allowance + gas card.

        Compensation: $130K - $150K (DOE) salary, with bonus, total compensation at $180K+ for the first year. Guaranteed total compensation (negotiable) for the first 12 months.

      • Project Manager - Retail and Grocery Construction
        posting #: 2142

        Project Manager – Grocery and Retail Construction

        Are you a Project Manager interested in joining a tenured, dedicated team of construction professionals? Do you have experience in commercial tenant improvement and ground-up construction with demonstrated success overseeing Grocery and Retail projects? If so, this opportunity may be the perfect fit for you!

        Our client is a local general contracting firm with nearly 50 years of success providing high-quality construction management and craftsmanship to clients ranging from independent local chains to nationwide grocers and retailers. With team members who have been with the firm since its inception and a robust administrative staff to support their Project Managers, the company provides a structured and efficient experience, even when executing complex and challenging projects.

        The ideal candidate will have a minimum of 3 years’ experience in project management with a focus on commercial development (grocery/retail/tilt-up) in occupied remodel settings.

        Project Manager Major Duties & Responsibilities

        • Assist with preconstruction efforts (client meetings, estimating, etc.).
        • Manage all aspects of project from inception.
        • Prepare trade contracts and bid packages, as well as oversee procurement process.
        • Oversee performance of project, including project status, schedule, cost control, and change management systems.
        • Maintain relationships with clients, designers, and consultants.
        • Facilitate and lead project meetings, including progress, pre-construction and pre-award.
        • Develop and maintain site logistics plan in coordination with Superintendent.
        • Conduct quality inspections and occupancy review for jurisdiction compliance.

        Project Manager Qualifications

        • Minimum of 3 years of experience in managing commercial construction projects. Experience in grocery or retail construction required.
        • Ability to operate MS Office Suite, estimating software, and on-screen takeoff; experience with Procore highly preferred.
        • Demonstrated ability to establish rapport and maintain strong client relationships.
        • Ability to collaborate with clients, consultants, subcontractors, and suppliers.
        • Ability to work one Saturday per month, as needed.
        • Experience in occupied tenant improvement environments.

        Benefits and Appreciation

        • Medical/Dental/Vision – 100% paid for employee and dependents.
        • Vacation and Sick time accrual.
        • Personal vehicle stipend and gas card.
        • Employee profit-sharing program.

        Compensation

        • $100k-$150k (DOE) with potential for overtime and profit-sharing.
      • Land Acquisitioner
        posting #: 2139

        Land Acquisition Specialist

        Bothell, WA

        Our client, a well-known residential developer, focused on building high quality homes, is currently seeking a Land Acquisition Specialist to join their growing team. As the Land Acquisition Specialist, you will focus on acquiring land for new developments, while working closely with your internal team, property owners, brokers, land developers, and city officials to secure each site.

        This firm is highly collaborative and offers extensive opportunities for growth, mentorship, and upward mobility within the company. If you have a background in Real Estate or Land Acquisitions and enjoy working in a team environment, then this may be the right role for you!

        *This role is eligible for commissions in addition to base salary.

        Land Acquisition Specialist Responsibilities:

        • With direction, coordinate, secure, and organize land acquisition leads from internal team or outside sources.
        • Perform Title and municipal research and initial “cold call” inquiries for potential land leads.
        • With direction, provide initial meeting with seller and/or seller’s representative.
        • Provide all pertinent property description information, seller demands, terms, conditions, and contact information to management.
        • Prepare letters of intent.
        • Create, organize, and maintain land/lot contract files.
        • Prepare analysis/deal sheet for each site.
        • Maintain status/critical dates report to ensure all deadlines are met.
        • Ensure that all required paperwork is completed and distributed to the necessary parties, from land/lot purchase through community completion.
        • Request and review title, environmental studies, surveys, site plans, etc.
        • Underwrite and analyze the financial aspects of each development opportunity.
        • Communicate regularly with city officials.

        Land Acquisition Specialist Qualifications:

        • At least 2 years of real estate and residential land development experience preferred.
        • Professional experience with real estate contracts is a plus!
        • Working knowledge of Microsoft Excel, Word, and Outlook.
        • Strong attention to detail and the ability to multi-task and handle competing priorities.
        • Ability to drive across the state to meet with brokers, owners, and sellers, and survey potential property deals.

        Benefits and Appreciation:

        • Generous health benefits for employees and family paid at 90%.
        • Flexible Spending Account.
        • Employee stock purchase plan available.
        • 401K with up to 6% contribution.

        Compensation: $85,000 - $100,000 / year, $100K in guaranteed bonus for the first 2 years, plus commissions.

      • Assistant Property Manager - Commercial Retail
        posting #: 1879

        Assistant Property Manager - Commercial Retail

        Kent, WA (this is an in-person role)

        Are you an Assistant Property Manager that has experience in the Commercial space that can connect with tenants, dig into financials and keep all the plates spinning? If so, this might be the right opportunity for you.

        Our client, a privately held real estate investment, development, and property management company, is seeking a talented Assistant Property Manager to join their dynamic team. The Assistant Property Manager will help manage the company’s retail portfolio and will be responsible for administrative, financial, operations, tenant relations, leasing, and marketing oversight.

        The company has been on a large growth trajectory and plan to double its portfolio in the next 5 years. Because they self-manage their properties, they offer more collaboration, job stability, and easy access to leadership and ownership.

        If you have 2+ years of commercial property management experience, seek professional growth and mentorship, and like to have fun while you work – this could be your next opportunity!

        Assistant Property Manager Responsibilities:

        • Support the preparation of annual budgets and forecasts, handle and pull financial reporting.
        • Review of tenant billings, collection of rent and sundry charges.
        • Responsible for operating expense estimates and reconciliations.
        • Ensure all invoices from vendors and contractors are coded and processed in a timely manner.
        • Help manage annual bid process for contract services, including generating requests for proposals, bid analysis, and vendor selection to ensure best pricing and service level performance.
        • Oversee tenant activities such as new move-ins, relocations, expansions, and move-outs.
        • Assist with lease administration and draft documentation for tenant openings/closings
        • Develop and maintain positive tenant relations by providing consistently responsive quality services.
        • Oversee Tenant Improvement and Capital Improvement projects.
        • Ensure the development and execution of effective marketing activities for the Property.

        Assistant Property Manager Qualifications:

        • Bachelor’s degree in Real Estate, Business, or equivalent preferred.
        • 2+ years of commercial property management experience is required.
        • Must have experience with pulling and analyzing financial reports and support in creating budgets and forecasting.
        • Knowledge of CAM estimating, and reconciliation experience a plus.
        • Self-directed, ability to multi-task and work in an open office environment.
        • Knowledge of Yardi is a plus.
        • Strong customer service skills.
        • High degree of initiative and solid business judgment.
        • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.

        Benefits & Appreciation:

        • Medical, Dental, Vision, Disability, and Life Insurance.
        • 401K plan with matching.
        • Health Care and Dependent Care Flexible Spending Account (FSA).
        • Employee Assistance Plan (EAP)
        • Paid time off and holidays.

        Compensation: $70,000- $85,000 + bonus DOE

      • Warehouse Manager- Construction Industry
        posting #: 2138

        Warehouse Manager- Construction Industry

        Preston, WA (in-office position)

        A construction equipment supplier in the Preston, WA area is looking for a Warehouse Manager. Our client is known for innovative construction projects and their collaborative working environment. The Warehouse Manager provides long-term strategic direction, employee training and development, and overall material handling operations. The ideal candidate will have at least 3 years of management experience, as well as experience with construction tools and materials.

        Warehouse Manager Responsibilities:

        • Manage and coordinate daily and weekly shipping plans to ensure materials are received on time and meet cost/efficiency expectations
        • Guide continuous improvement initiatives and projects
        • Manage predictive and preventative maintenance plans and ensure reliability of assets meets or exceeds expectations
        • Practice accountability for self and staff adherence to standards, policies, and regulations
        • Facilitate formal and informal team communication practices for staff and employees (morning safety huddle, maintenance planning, etc.)
        • Invest in the advancement of employees and staff by enabling everyone to contribute to success of the business and ensuring proper training of employees
        • Ensure monthly OSHA compliance training happens on schedule and ensures safety and efficiency of yard layout
        • Sustain and nurture a detailed knowledge of construction tools and equipment
        • Stay current on knowledge of industry technological developments and best practices

        Warehouse Manager Qualifications:

        • 3+ years of leadership and management experience in a construction or warehouse environment
        • Bachelor’s degree preferred
        • Strong written and oral communication skills
        • Experience with developing and implementing process and procedures
        • Skilled in budgeting and financial analysis
        • Strong analytical and mathematical ability
        • Ability to work with ambiguity and demonstrate a strong aptitude for problem solving
        • Ability to project manage, coordinate resources and work on multiple projects simultaneously
        • Ability to facilitate and lead a team and effectively navigate conflict
        • Clean driving record required
        • Ability to work early hours likely starting at 6 or 6:30AM

        Company Benefits:

        • Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance
        • 401K Plan with Matching
        • ESOP
        • Life and AD&D Insurance
        • Paid time-off and Holidays

        Compensation: $95k-105k/year

      • Electrical Project Manager
        posting #: 2137

        Electrical Project Manager

        Bellevue, WA

        Join a premier commercial electrical contractor with a long history in the Pacific Northwest. Renowned for their exceptional work and unwavering commitment to upholding the highest standards in commercial electrical service, they have solidified a stellar local reputation. Seize the opportunity to become an Electrical Project Manager and be part of their dynamic team!

        As the Electrical Project Manager, you’ll be responsible in supervising and managing construction project sites from bid preparation to final closeout, ensuring thorough technical oversight until completion. If you are dedicated, and ready to contribute your skills and expertise, this could be an excellent fit for you!

        Electrical Project Manager Responsibilities:

        • Manage contracts from proposal to closeout, understanding the scope of work and determining pricing estimates while adhering to contract terms.
        • Attend mandatory job meetings with GCs, owners, subcontractors, and internal team members.
        • Schedule manpower effectively for ongoing projects, evaluating needs based on cost, project tracking, and schedules.
        • Understand and manage budgets, prepare job cost tracking reports, and include change orders where applicable.
        • Ensure timely and accurate billing, anticipating and including materials and equipment not yet invoiced by suppliers.
        • Follow established processes for reviewing and submitting timecards for weekly payroll, ensuring approval by field leaders.
        • Regularly analyze cost-to-complete and work-in-progress reports, discussing forecasts and results with field leaders and updating estimates monthly.
        • Coordinate change proposals, review pricing and presentation, submit change orders within contract time frames, and monitor change order logs for necessary action.
        • Review and submit operation and maintenance documents, ensure completeness and accuracy of record drawings, and facilitate timely submission.

        Electrical Project Manager Qualifications:

        • At least 5 years in project management within the commercial construction industry.
        • Background in electrical apprenticeship, journeyman roles, project foremen, or similar positions.
        • Proficient in management, financial analysis, and MS Office Suite.
        • Strong interpersonal and communication skills, with an emphasis on confidentiality.

        Company Benefits and Appreciation:

        • Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance
        • 401k Plan with company matching
        • Company paid term life insurance and AD&D coverage
        • PTO and holidays

        Compensation: $120K - $150K+ (DOE)

      • Account Executive - Commercial Real Estate
        posting #: 2136

        Account Executive - Commercial Real Estate

        Columbus, OH

        Harness your technical and sales expertise and work for a leading technology and monitoring solution company with offices throughout the US.

        What are you selling? Cutting-edge live monitoring and video systems offering businesses and the community heightened safety and security within their surroundings. In this role, you'll be representing the leading products in the industry, giving you a competitive advantage over others in the market.

        Your mission: Use your sales acumen to boost the company's presence and revenue in the greater Columbus, Cincinnati, and Cleveland metropolitan areas. You will be provided a pre-existing book of business to work with while equipped with training and support to allow you to capture new clients successfully. You will also be guaranteed a commission for the first six months while you ramp up!

        So, who's your client base? It's all about the Commercial Real Estate sector, especially in places like multi-family properties, shopping centers, and offices. You will work both with new construction developments and existing buildings. You will interact with property owners, COOs, VPs, and Asset Managers.

        This position is an excellent fit for someone with experience in commercial real estate or technology, who is a self-driven and an overall entrepreneurial professional hungry for success.

        With the company's solid reputation, a growing list of clients, and innovative products, this could be the perfect opportunity for your 2024 career plans.

        Account Executive Responsibilities:

        • Proactively seek new business opportunities through various channels.
        • Utilize traditional methods like cold calling and digital outreach.
        • Maintain a strong sales pipeline and meet/exceed targets.
        • Create and present strategic sales proposals.
        • Manage client information in CRM and prioritize activities for profitability.
        • Cultivate a wide network of industry contacts and attend relevant events.
        • Manage projects and conduct research with enthusiasm and diligence.
        • Provide exceptional customer service, offering solutions and involving the right resources to address concerns.
        • Maintain high standards in sales calls and interactions.
        • Conduct all dealings with honesty and respect towards clients and colleagues.
        • Promote team success alongside individual achievements.
        • Communicate effectively and respectfully, demonstrating active listening and sharing relevant information.

        Account Executive Qualifications:

        • Bachelor’s degree in business or equivalent experience.
        • At least 3 years of business development experience, preferably in commercial real estate, construction, residential rentals, or the security industry.
        • Proven sales record, formal sales training, and CRM proficiency.
        • High energy, proactive attitude, and ability to perform under pressure.
        • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
        • Ability to adjust sales plans and influence at all organizational levels.
        • Strong project management understanding and multitasking abilities.

        Benefits & Appreciation:

        • Competitive base salary: $75K - $95K plus an OTE $110k including commission structure (OTE Y2: $135k+ OTE Y3: $150k++)
        • Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance
        • 401k Plan
        • Generous PTO

        Compensation: $75K - $95K plus an OTE $110k including commission structure

      • Account Executive - Commercial Real Estate
        posting #: 2135

        Account Executive - Commercial Real Estate

        Portland, OR

        Harness your technical and sales expertise and work for a leading technology and monitoring solution company with offices throughout the US.

        What are you selling? Cutting-edge live monitoring and video systems offering businesses and the community heightened safety and security within their surroundings. In this role, you'll be representing the leading products in the industry, giving you a competitive advantage over others in the market.

        Your mission: Use your sales acumen to boost the company's presence and revenue in the greater Portland area. You will be provided a pre-existing book of business to work with while equipped with training and support to allow you to capture new clients successfully. You will also be guaranteed a commission for the first six months while you ramp up!

        So, who's your client base? It's all about the Commercial Real Estate sector, especially in places like multi-family properties, shopping centers, and offices. You will work both with new construction developments and existing buildings. You will interact with property owners, COOs, VPs, and Asset Managers.

        This position is an excellent fit for someone with experience in commercial real estate or technology, who is a self-driven and an overall entrepreneurial professional hungry for success.

        With the company's solid reputation, a growing list of clients, and innovative products, this could be the perfect opportunity for your 2024 career plans.

        Account Executive Responsibilities:

        • Proactively seek new business opportunities through various channels.
        • Utilize traditional methods like cold calling and digital outreach.
        • Maintain a strong sales pipeline and meet/exceed targets.
        • Create and present strategic sales proposals.
        • Manage client information in CRM and prioritize activities for profitability.
        • Cultivate a wide network of industry contacts and attend relevant events.
        • Manage projects and conduct research with enthusiasm and diligence.
        • Provide exceptional customer service, offering solutions and involving the right resources to address concerns.
        • Maintain high standards in sales calls and interactions.
        • Conduct all dealings with honesty and respect towards clients and colleagues.
        • Promote team success alongside individual achievements.
        • Communicate effectively and respectfully, demonstrating active listening and sharing relevant information.

        Account Executive Qualifications:

        • Bachelor’s degree in business or equivalent experience.
        • At least 3 years of business development experience, preferably in commercial real estate, construction, residential rentals, or the security industry.
        • Proven sales record, formal sales training, and CRM proficiency.
        • High energy, proactive attitude, and ability to perform under pressure.
        • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
        • Ability to adjust sales plans and influence at all organizational levels.
        • Strong project management understanding and multitasking abilities.

        Benefits & Appreciation:

        • Competitive base salary: $75K - $95K, OTE $110k including commission structure. 
        • (OTE Y2: $135k+ OTE Y3: $150k++)
        • Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance
        • 401k Plan
        • Generous PTO

        Compensation: $75K - $95K, OTE $110k including commission structure. 

      • Account Executive – Construction Industry
        posting #: 2108

        Account Executive – Construction Industry

        Territory includes Snohomish, Whatcom, and Skagit Counties

        Bring your sales and construction acumen to a leading subcontractor in the construction and property management industries. This international company seeks an experienced B2B Account Executive to expand its market presence and drive revenue in the northern part of Washington (Snohomish, Skagit, and Whatcom Counties)

        As an Account Executive, your role is crucial to the territory's success. You'll leverage your network, prospect for new clients, nurture existing relationships, and meet stakeholders. This client-facing position involves site visits and achieving sales targets.

        This role is ideal for driven, entrepreneurial professionals passionate about success. With the company’s strong market reputation, growing client base, and innovative products, this could be the perfect opportunity for the new year!

        Account Executive Responsibilities:

        • Utilize your strong network to develop opportunities and enhance brand recognition through targeted cold calling in the assigned territory.
        • Prospect for new clients and maintain relationships with current clients while consistently meeting or exceeding sales targets.
        • Research, identify, and directly contact relevant stakeholders and decision-makers at all levels to introduce and market products.
        • Conduct building surveys to support the development of estimates to provide integrated solutions
        • Efficiently manage the entire sales cycle process, including necessary reporting and forecasting activities.
        • Identify, qualify, and assess Client needs to determine suitable products and services.
        • Ensure clear communication with sales support, providing accurate and timely reports using CRM.

        Account Executive Qualifications:

        • At least 3 years of sales experience in the construction industry or a related field.
        • Entrepreneurial drive for proactive territory development in a hunter role.
        • Proven success in selling technical solutions across construction sectors.
        • Established key relationships with decision-makers in top construction firms.
        • Demonstrated measurable sales success, including awards and top earner status.
        • A team player with strong influence, management skills, and assertiveness.

        Benefits & Appreciation:

        • Competitive base salary: $75K - $95K plus an uncapped commission structure.
        • Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance
        • 401k Plan
        • Generous PTO

        Compensation: Base + Bonus (OTE: $125k - $150k+)


      • Client Service Associate – Wealth Management
        posting #: 2134

        Client Service AssociateWealth Management

        Tukwila, WA

        Work for an independent advising firm that is growing quickly. They are a dynamic group of experts in their field looking to add a Client Service Associate. By placing their clients' interests at the forefront of their investment management and planning process, they strongly emphasize developing long-term client relationships.

        The ideal candidate will have a strong focus on the needs of the client, excellent follow-up, and attention to detail, outstanding customer service abilities, and experience working with high-net-worth clients.

        This might be a good fit for you if you have experience in the financial services or related industry, a strong commitment to providing excellent customer service and want to work for a firm with many prospects for professional advancement.

        Client Service Associate Responsibilities:

        • Deliver outstanding customer service and communication to high-net-worth individuals.
        • Encourage the efficient use of CRM to guarantee the consistent use of the service model.
        • Arrange, confirm, and occasionally participate in customer meetings:
        • Prepare meeting agenda (with advisor input) and supporting materials.
        • Record meeting notes and prepare follow-up communication to clients.
        • Utilize the CRM system for any needed follow-up tasks.
        • Handle day-to-day client service activities:
        • Prepare and process onboarding paperwork and incoming account transfers.
        • Facilitate money movement, which includes wires, third-party wires, links to bank accounts, journals, and checks.
        • Monitor account activity, alerts, transfers, etc. and take necessary action.
        • Track significant client events and send corporate greetings as appropriate.
        • Coordinate annual tax reporting with client CPAs.
        • Handle annual required minimum distributions (RMDs) for retirement accounts.
        • Address inbound client calls and attentively note client requests.
        • Interface with the custodian service team as needed to resolve client issues.
        • Provide financial planning support to advisors, maintaining financial planning profiles and updating plan information in planning software.

        Client Service Associate Profile:

        • At least 1+ years client service experience in financial services or a related field; direct investment industry experience is a plus.
        • Proficiency with Microsoft® Office, Salesforce, etc.
        • Excellent written and verbal communication.
        • High social and emotional intelligence.
        • Securities licenses (e.g., Series 65) and/or financial planning knowledge is a plus.

        Company Benefits & Appreciation:

        • Medical, dental, and vision insurance.
        • Paid time-offs, and holidays.

        Compensation: $75-$90k+ (DOE)

      • Assistant Property Manager - Retail
        posting #: 2128

        Assistant Property Manager – Retail

        Seattle – North Lake Union

        Our client, a family-owned real estate investment and real estate investment company is seeking a skilled Assistant Property Manager to join their team.

        The Assistant Property Manager plays a pivotal role in overseeing the property portfolio. Their responsibilities will include managing day-to-day operations, handling vendor relationships, maintaining tenant satisfaction, overseeing lease administration, and ensuring compliance with all property management policies and procedures

        If you have 3+ years of commercial retail property management experience, enjoy working in a supportive team environment, and value the opportunity to work closely with the owners– this could be the next exciting step in your career!

        Assistant Property Manager Responsibilities:

        • Act as primary contact for tenant service requests, coordinate service calls and maintain service logs.
        • Promptly respond to tenant requests, resolve concerns, and escalate major issues.
        • Coordinate move-ins and move-outs, deliver welcome letters, and provide tenant training.
        • Assist with vendor contract maintenance, prepare contracts, and maintain vendor lists and files.
        • Supervise vendors, ensure contract compliance, and perform property walk-throughs.
        • Prepare lease paperwork, correspondence, and lease abstracts.
        • Conduct quarterly audits of cardkey access systems.
        • Review and reconcile vendor invoices, code invoices, and assist with approvals.
        • Manage Accounts Receivable procedures, review tenant statements, and track payments.
        • Contact vendors and utilities to obtain expected rate increases.
        • Assist with preparing budgets, monthly variance analysis, reforecasting, and monthly reporting.
        • Provide general administrative support.
        • Prepare correspondence, schedule meetings, and use software tools.

        Assistant Property Manager Profile:

        • At least two years of commercial property management experience. Retail experience is highly preferred.
        • Knowledge of commercial leases, including operating expense (NNN) charges.
        • Bachelor’s degree in Business, Finance, Economics, or Real Estate preferred, or the equivalent combination of experience.
        • Accuracy and appropriateness in handling details.
        • Strong organizational skills and follow-through capabilities.
        • Unfailing commitment to customer service, including ability to deal effectively with a wide variety of people and personalities.
        • Excellent oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills

        Company Benefits & Culture:

        • 100% company-paid employee benefits, including medical and dental.
        • Free parking
        • Frequent office lunches and team events.

        Compensation: $72-80k/year

      • Sr. Project Manager (Education/Medical, GC/CM Projects)
        posting #: 2124

        Sr. Project Manager (Education/Medical, GC/CM Projects)

        Seattle, WA

        Take your public works expertise to a prominent 100% employee-owned, multi-billion dollar general contractor. Currently managing over $200M in public works projects, our client is keen on expanding its backlog in this domain and is looking for a leader.

        The ideal candidate should bring experience in GC/CM, pursuits, and pre-construction. Leadership skills to guide teams and projects to successful completion are essential.

        Aside from competitive compensation, employee stock options, and benefits, the company proudly showcases an impressive backlog exceeding $350M for 2024. This is an excellent opportunity to collaborate with a reputable company on significant projects within the healthcare, multi-family, and hospitality sectors.

        Sr. Project Manager Key Responsibilities:

        • Leverage your experience managing GC/CM projects. Demonstrate a solid understanding of project management facets, including budgeting, scheduling, procurement, quality control, and risk assessment.
        • Leadership: Manage and coordinate company personnel and resources efficiently for projects. Oversee subcontractors and suppliers, ensuring seamless collaboration.
        • Preconstruction Efforts: Play a key role in preconstruction activities, utilizing your expertise to contribute to project planning and successful initiation.
        • Strategic Planning: Prepare and execute Project Executive Plans, demonstrating a proactive approach to project management.
        • Contract Management: Prepare trade contracts and bid packages and lead the procurement process to establish strong partnerships with subcontractors and suppliers.
        • Client Engagement: Cultivate lasting relationships with clients by understanding their vision, needs, and expectations. Regularly engage in proactive communication to address concerns and provide updates on project progress.
        • Conflict Resolution: Address conflicts promptly and diplomatically, seeking resolutions that maintain positive relationships and project momentum.

        Sr. Project Manager Minimum Qualifications:

        • 8+ years of experience in Commercial Construction Project Management, with a focus on Education, Medical, or Port Work (GC/CM).
        • Proven ability to manage all aspects of project management, including budgets, scheduling, procurement, quality, and risk.
        • Manage all aspects of the project from inception to completion.
        • Facilitate project meetings, create action plans to meet objectives and ensure that the documentation is accurate.
        • Demonstrate negotiation skills and proficiency in budgeting projects.
        • CM Certification or a degree in Construction Management is preferred.
        • Strong interpersonal and communication skills, with the ability to build and nurture client relationships. 

        Benefits & Appreciation:

        • Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance
        • HSA/FSA, Employee Assistance Program, Life, Disability, and Pet Insurance
        • 401k with matching
        • Generous ESOP program
        • Paid time-offs and holidays

        Compensation$150k - $200k+ (DOE) + Bonus + Profit Sharing

      • Payroll Clerk
        posting #: 2121

        Payroll Clerk – Construction Industry

        Contract-to-hire

        $25-$30/hour

        Seattle, WA

        A leading commercial general contractor is seeking a Payroll Clerk to support their internal Payroll team. This company is highly regarded for its innovative and collaborative culture and is seeking someone who not only possesses a strong work ethic but is also eager to learn quickly and take on the responsibilities of this fast-paced role.

        As a key member of the payroll team, you'll handle data entry tasks, engage in some administrative duties, and contribute to maintaining an upbeat and friendly work environment. This is a fantastic entry-level opportunity for individuals with administrative and/or data entry experience.

        Payroll Clerk Responsibilities:

        • Perform daily payroll department operations.
        • Reconcile payroll prior to transmission and validate confirmed reports.
        • Process correct garnishment calculations and compliance.
        • Execute Time & Attendance processing and interface with payroll.
        • Process manual check and relocation metrics.
        • Update and reconcile monthly bank statements.
        • Process employee verification of employment request.
        • Distributes checks on site employees.
        • Assist employees in registering for or resetting access to online pay stubs.
        • Provide customer service to employees and answer various questions.

        Payroll Clerk Qualifications:

        • At least 1 year of administrative experience.
        • Must be able to work under tight deadlines.
        • Should be able to deal with difficult, sensitive, and confidential issues.
        • Must have good customer services and overall understanding of accounting, exposure to management reporting systems is a plus.
        • Excellent organization skills, time management and prioritization abilities.
        • Strong decision-making, problem-solving, and analytical skills.
      • Estimator - Electrical
        posting #: 2118

        Estimator - Electrical

        Lynnwood, WA

        Unlock new career opportunities by leveraging your estimating expertise at a leading electronics manufacturer and distributor. This company is at the forefront of providing high-quality electronic components and innovative solutions across various industries. With a steadfast commitment to customer satisfaction and a diverse product portfolio, they have earned their status as a trusted partner in the electronics supply chain. Notably, this company has consistently achieved year-over-year growth and is expanding its team.

        The Estimator team is responsible for pricing and bidding on all required materials to electrical contractors and other clients for their various projects.

        If you're a customer focused professional who thrives in a fast-paced environment and performs well in collaborative environments and wants to grow their career, this role could be a fit for you!

        Estimator Responsibilities:

        • Review construction project lettings, specifications, and drawings to determine scope of work, material and equipment to quote.
        • Review quote and all other required bid documents, for completeness with plans and specifications.
        • Maintain files of working documents as backup for estimate figures, including current information on prices from suppliers through direct contact, sales brochures, price lists, etc.
        • Request quotes from suppliers for equipment and materials. Access and utilize accurate material costs from published price lists, supplier websites, telephone inquiries or quotes.
        • Identify and contact key electrical contractors and deliver material quotes.
        • Responsible for the timely completion and delivery of all client-required documents.

        Estimator Requirements:

        • 4+ years estimating experience.
        • Proficient in Excel, Word, Outlook, Salesforce, and Adobe.
        • Strong written and verbal communication skills, as well as attention to detail.
        • Self-starter comfortable working in a fast-paced environment with minimal supervision.
        • Familiarity with NetSuite, Dynamics, Acumatica, and Sage is a plus.
        • Experience with government contracting and procurement processes is a plus.
        • Associate or bachelor’s degree in Business Administration is a big plus.

        Compensation: $90k-100k/year

      • Estimator - Electrical
        posting #: 1710

        Estimator - Electrical

        Orange County, CA

        Are you looking to advance your career as an estimator? Our client has been a leader in the traffic management industry since 2001. Based in Everett, they partner with city, state, and county agencies across the western U.S. to implement state-of-the-art traffic solutions.

        The Estimator team is responsible for pricing and bidding all required materials to electrical contactors as well as state, county and local D.O.T’s. for traffic infrastructure projects.

        They are a rapidly growing company and are known for the great care they take with clients and employees alike. This company’s core values are innovation, integrity, and a customer-first focus. They pride themselves on offering a dynamic work environment with opportunities for career growth and excellent benefits!

        Estimator Responsibilities:

        • Review road construction project lettings, specifications and drawings to determine scope of work, material and equipment to quote.
        • Review quote and all other required bid documents, for completeness with plans and specifications.
        • Maintain files of working documents as back-up for estimate figures, including current information on prices from suppliers through direct contact, sales brochures, price lists, etc.
        • Request quotes from suppliers for equipment and materials. Access and utilize accurate material costs from published price lists, supplier websites, telephone inquiries or quotes.
        • Identify and contact key electrical contractors and deliver material quotes.
        • Responsible for the timely completion and delivery of all client-required documents.

        Estimator Requirements:

        • 4+ years estimating experience.
        • Proficient in Excel, Word, Outlook, Salesforce, and Adobe.
        • Strong written and verbal communication skills, as well as attention to detail.
        • Self-starter comfortable working in a fast-paced environment with minimal supervision.
        • Familiarity with NetSuite, Dynamics, Acumatica, and Sage is a plus.
        • Experience with government contracting and government procurement processes is ideal.
        • Associates or bachelor’s degree in Business Administration is a big plus.

        Compensation: $90,000-$120,000/year

      • Agronomy Lead
        posting #: 2113

        Agronomy Lead

        Richland, WA (Hybrid)

        Our client is the world’s first commercial green fertilizer company, and they are poised to transform the industry by providing locally produced, sustainable solutions for crop nutrition. You will help drive the decarbonization of the agriculture industry as you help build the first zero-carbon fertilizer plant. As an Agronomy Lead, you will be in charge of driving nitrate adoption in US Markets. Your focus will be on product education, training, and building relationships with key stakeholders.

         

        Agronomy Lead Responsibilities:

        • Maintain and develop close grower and retailer relationships with key customers.
        • Coordinate technical and marketing activities, such as field days, grower meetings, and demonstrations.
        • Helps develop marketing support strategies, product positioning, and presentations as needed.
        • Write thought leadership pieces to be posted on LinkedIn or published in local papers.
        • Attend conferences and speak on agronomy podcasts.
        • Educate customers, crop consultants, and other key territory stakeholders on the benefits of the firm’s zero-carbon nitrate fertilizers.
        • Provide input and analysis, to ensure programs and projects are built on a credible technical basis, including potential contributions to grants, contracts, or requests for proposals. Coordinate and oversee university research.
        • Ability to connect with agricultural stakeholders, including farm managers, internal support staff, etc.

        Agronomy Lead Qualifications:

        • Degree in Agronomy, Agriculture or related field.
        • Technical expertise in agronomy consulting with growers, retailers, field development, product development, and sales teams; ideally with a technology/inputs provider, retail, or consulting
        • Experience with outreach to growers, handlers, and supply chain systems.
        • Ability to tell the firm’s compelling story to potential customers, at conferences, on podcasts, and to investors.
        • Travel required – up to 50% of the time, depending on place of residence.

        Benefits and Appreciation:

        • Highly lucrative equity package potential
        • Four weeks of PTO and generous Holiday schedule
        • Hybrid work schedule

         

        Compensation:

        $140-160K + Equity

      • Project Engineer - Commercial GC (K-12/Public Works)
        posting #: 1810

        Project Engineer  K-12 Construction Project
        West Seattle, WA

        Are you an established Project Engineer who enjoys working on education-related projects? Our client is a local, well-established Commercial GC who focuses on general commercial and public sector projects throughout the Greater Seattle area.

        This specific $57M, K-12 project is located in West Seattle and is set to last the next two years. This firm has an established mentorship and networking program specifically for PEs and they’re looking for a long-term fit to join their growing team.

        Project Engineer Responsibilities:

        • Review, analyze, and drive resolution of any field challenges or coordination issues that arise during the course of a project.
        • Direct reports, subcontractors, vendors, suppliers, and members of the design team as needed.
        • Implement efficient supply chain management to make sure the project has the materials it needs when and how it needs them.
        • Carry out quality control procedures to ensure the work satisfies or exceeds all requirements.
        • Assist the Project Manager in finding suppliers and subcontractors.
        • Keep the workplace safe and set an example both on and off the jobsite.

        Project Engineer Profile: 

        • Bachelor’s Degree in Construction Management, Engineering, Architecture or related field.
        • At least two years of demonstrated experience working on Commercial or Public Sector construction projects.
        • ProCore and Microsoft Office proficiency.
        • Experience with navigation of BIM models using Navisworks, Freedom Viewer, etc.
        • Ability to learn and utilize cloud-based applications.

        Company Benefits:

        • This role is eligible for the company’s profit-sharing plan (historically 5-15% of base salary)
        • 100% covered Medical, Dental and Vision insurance offered for employees. Coverage also available for dependents.
        • 3 Weeks of PTO plus 8 Holidays
        • 401K with a 5% match, plus an HSA

        Compensation: $75,000 - $90,000 + bonuses and benefits

      • Project Executive - Mechanical Construction Projects
        posting #: 2084

        Project Executive - Mechanical Construction Projects

        Bellevue, WA

        Our client, a local full service mechanical and engineering contractor, is looking to add a Project Executive to their team! As a Project Executive, you will be working on large scale, design-build projects valued at $10M+ and will establish new client relationships by expanding business development efforts in existing and new markets.

        The Project Executive should also be able to cultivate long-term relationships, successfully manage projects and teams through the entire project cycle, and close sales with a profitable result.

        Project Executive Responsibilities:

        • Formulate client management strategies to ensure client satisfaction.
        • Build upon existing client relationships.
        • Maintain a comprehensive database for top clientele.
        • Participate in industry events and functions that bolster business growth.
        • Stay vigilant about market trends and adapt, in order to seize new opportunities.
        • Effectively manage the preconstruction phase of projects.
        • Collaborate with the sales, estimating, and project management teams to create precise budgets and schedules while mitigating risks.
        • Develop and present proposals to key clients.
        • Supervise scope and pricing to deliver high-quality proposals.
        • Contribute to achieving company sales targets established for each fiscal year.

        Project Executive Qualifications:

        • At least 10 years of experience in the commercial mechanical and plumbing construction industry, including roles in project management, estimating, and sales.
        • At least 5 years of experience in customer-facing or sales positions.
        • Outstanding communication and interpersonal skills.
        • Proficiency in delivering high-quality customer service to key accounts.
        • Ability to comprehend mechanical and plumbing design documents.

        Benefits and Appreciation:

        • Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance
        • Paid Time Off and Holidays
        • 401K

        Compensation: $140,000 - $180,000

      • Tax Associate
        posting #: 2096

        Tax Associate

        Seattle, WA (Hybrid)

        Our client, an established boutique public accounting firm with a tight-knit team of experienced tax accountants, is looking to add a Tax Associate to their team. As the Tax Associate, you will be responsible for the preparation and review of tax returns, including individual, partnership, corporate, trust, and non-profit returns, as well as technical research.

        An ideal Tax Associate has strong technical and communication skills and the ability to deliver a quality product in a timely manner. This is an excellent opportunity to work with a small, friendly, and collaborative company.

        Tax Associate Duties:

        • Compile and analyze financial data for accurate and compliant tax returns.
        • Stay updated on tax laws, conduct research, and provide informed advice.
        • Communicate with clients, address inquiries, and assist with tax-related matters.
        • Maintain organized records, ensuring compliance with tax regulations.
        • Work with internal teams to gather information for tax reporting.
        • Generate timely tax reports and provide advice on tax strategies.
        • Assist in preparing for internal and external tax audits.
        • Stay informed about changes in tax laws through ongoing professional development.

        Tax Associate Qualifications:

        • 2-4+ years of public accounting tax experience.
        • Bachelor's or Master's degree in Accounting; MS in Taxation is highly preferred.
        • CPA certification or progress toward CPA is preferred.
        • Preferred proficiency in preparing the following: Business returns (C-corps, S-corps, partnerships, LLC), Individual returns (1040), Trusts, gift/estates (1041, 709, 706), and Exempt organizations (990, 990T)
        • Strong tax research and writing skills.
        • Ability to manage projects effectively and efficiently from start to finish.
        • Ability to manage multiple client engagements simultaneously.
        • Ability to work effectively both independently and as part of a team.
        • Tech Savy: MS Office, QuickBooks products, Tax preparation software (experience with UltraTax CS, a plus), Familiarity with Practice CS & Accounting CS, a plus, Electronic/online research tools (experience with RIA a plus)

        Benefits & Appreciation:

        • Flexible schedule outside of tax season and a 50-hour work week during tax season.
        • Hybrid work schedule
        • Yearly home office stipend + monthly cell phone reimbursement.
        • Medical, dental, and vision benefits.
        • Retirement plan with employer match.
        • Transportation benefits, continuing professional education, client referral bonus, and tuition reimbursement plan.

         

        Compensation: $90k - $110k+ DOE, 7-10% bonus

      • Design Manager
        posting #: 2088

        Design Manager – Commercial Construction

        Los Angeles, CA

        Our client, a commercial general contractor with a strong presence along the West Coast, is looking for a Design Manager to join their evolving team. This company is focused on delivering exceptional construction services to their clients, as they focus on life science, technology, healthcare, and higher education construction projects. The Design Manager will oversee all design for projects across Southern California, with a focus on risk mitigation within the design process.

        The ideal candidate will have a successful background in architecture or engineering, with design experience across a variety of innovative commercial construction projects.

        Design Manager Responsibilities:

        • Spearhead and supervise design management efforts throughout the organization.
        • Provide vigilant oversight of design services, from the initial stages of project pursuit to the completion of construction, ensuring the delivery of services is in line with project requirements and effectively manage design risks.
        • Conduct thorough reviews of design documents for completeness and adherence to project specifications.
        • Manage the coordination of design-assist, design-build, self-perform, and trade subcontractor collaboration with the design team, ensuring timely input and preparation of trade documents.
        • Oversee the alignment of design activities with the preparation of bid packages, to support project schedules and construction execution.
        • Ensure contractual compliance by conducting reviews to identify deviations and assist in obtaining the necessary approvals.
        • Depending on project demands, there may be a requirement for local and cross-regional travel.

        Design Manager Qualifications:

        • A Bachelor’s degree in Architecture, Engineering, Construction Management, or a related field of study.
        • Licensure as an Architect or Engineer is preferred.
        • LEED Accredited Professional certification is also preferred.
        • 10+ years of experience in design and construction, working across all phases of design.
        • A minimum of 5 years of experience in design management is strongly preferred.
        • Proficiency in Design/Build project delivery is essential, while knowledge of Integrated Project Delivery is desired.
        • Proficient in a range of software tools, including CADD, Revit, SketchUp, Microsoft Office Suite, Bluebeam, and Microsoft Project.

        Benefits and Appreciation:

        • Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance
        • 401K Plan with Matching
        • ESOP
        • Life and AD&D Insurance
        • Untracked vacation policy and Holidays

        Compensation: $140,000 - $180,000

      • Sales Territory Manager
        posting #: 2056

        Sales Territory Manager

        San Diego, CA

        Uncover an exciting career opportunity this year by leveraging your sales expertise with a leading player in the traffic management industry since 2001. Headquartered in Washington State, they partner with governmental agencies across the western U.S., implementing state-of-the-art traffic solutions. Their commitment to customer satisfaction and a diverse product portfolio has solidified their status as a trusted partner, consistently achieving year-over-year growth.  Currently expanding their sales team, they're looking for a dynamic Sales Territory Manager to drive revenue growth in the Greater San Diego area.

        The ideal candidate brings at least two years of Sales and Marketing experience, a track record of influencing key decision-makers, and an innovative approach to identifying cross-selling opportunities. If you're adept at building strong relationships and thrive in collaborative environments, this role aligns perfectly with your strengths and ambitions. Building and nurturing strong client relationships is the cornerstone of your responsibilities.

        Sales Territory Manager Responsibilities:

        • Exceed assigned sales revenue, margin, and expense targets in the designated region and/or territory.
        • Efficiently manage the entire sales cycle, including essential reporting and forecasting tasks.
        • Research, identify, and directly contact all relevant stakeholders and buying decision-makers at all levels of influence to introduce and market the applicable products.
        • Identify and initiate contact with relevant individuals within planning and engineering consulting firms, advocacy groups, and industry associations to identify and develop programs, projects, and opportunities that have the potential to generate revenues.
        • Prepare and present educational seminars, sales presentations, and system demonstrations for the application of our products and technology.
        • Effectively communicate new sales ideas and feedback to the sales manager.
        • Work closely with other sales team members to enhance sales effectiveness, internally and externally, and to contribute to overall sales development.
        • Achieve and exceed sales goals, activity levels, and Salesforce CRM assigned by the management team.
        • Build and maintain a high level of knowledge on products, professional planning and design, customer needs and services, and an understanding of local competitive market needs.
        • Provide input for creative product marketing programs based on local market needs and cultures.

        Sales Territory Manager Qualifications:

        • 2-3 years’ experience in sales and marketing.
        • Bachelor’s Degree in Business & Marketing or equivalent work experience.
        • Expert in building strong relationships with customers and buying influencers with a focus on service excellence.
        • Proven face-to-face and business-to-business sales.

        Compensation: $140k-$160k total annual comp (guaranteed commissions)

      • Concrete Foreman
        posting #: 2079

        Asphalt Foreman

        Issaquah, WA

        Our client, a successful asphalt and concrete restoration company in the Pacific Northwest, is looking for an Asphalt Foreman to join their growing team.

        This company focuses on asphalt and concrete restoration services, including repair, and complete asphalt transformations. As the Concrete Foreman, you will oversee and coordinate the tasks of skilled workers specializing in asphalt and concrete patching, managing a crew, and ensuring they exceed safety, quality, and productivity goals.

        Asphalt Foreman Responsibilities:

        • Organizes crew for maximum productivity through task assignments and equipment/materials instructions.
        • Participates in pre-project and pre-task planning, relaying details to the field crew.
        • Manages material orders for asphalt and concrete patching, coordinating with the Operations Assistant.
        • Supervises, trains, and ensures work meets quality standards, with regular quality checks.
        • Performs diverse job roles and prioritizes training of team members.
        • Resolves issues and contacts the Superintendent for assistance when needed.
        • Completes electronic paperwork accurately and on time through Field Services/Dynamics and Workforce Go.
        • Ensures personal compliance with safety rules, including flagging, and equipment operations.

        Asphalt Foreman Qualifications:

        • Education and Experience
        • Min 1-2 years experience supervising work crews in asphalt.
        • Strong knowledge of construction procedures, equipment, and safety guidelines.
        • Strong organizational and leadership skills and effective communication/reporting abilities.
        • Exceptional problem-solving skills and mathematical aptitude.
        • Team-oriented work approach.

          Certificates, Licenses, and Registrations

          • Valid driver's license with a good driving record.
          • Class A CDL required for operating a commercial company vehicle – possible to acquire CDL after employment.
          • State of Washington Flagging and Traffic Control Card within one year of employment.
          • CPR/First Aid card within one year of employment.

            Other Qualifications

        • Availability to work weekends and occasional nights.
        • Willingness to travel to various worksites.
        • Competence in using GPS devices.
        • Ability to work extended hours and in all weather conditions.

        Benefits and Appreciation:

        • Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance
        • 401K Plan with Matching
        • Paid time off and Holidays

        Compensation: $37 to $46/hr

      • Project Manager - Mechanical Construction
        posting #: 1018

        Project Manager: Mechanical Construction

        Portland, OR

        Our client, a Pacific Northwest-based Mechanical Engineering Contractor is seeking a Project Manager to join their growing Seattle team. The Project Manager will be responsible for managing commercial mechanical projects ranging from $10K to $1M+ in size.

        Do you have at least three years’ experience in HVAC and plumbing systems for commercial construction projects? Then this could be the role for you! This is a great opportunity for a Sr. Project Engineer wanting to move into a Project Manager role and/or a Project Manager with a few years’ tenure.

        Project Manager Responsibilities:

        • Prepare and review bid documents, draft work breakdown structure, define the scope of work.
        • Assist with bidder solicitation activities.
        • Establish the project requirements for all functions and monitor the draft and final deliverables for adherence to specified criteria.
        • Monitor labor and material costs for accuracy through the job cost tracking system.
        • Prepare billings and track financial performance of assigned projects.
        • Write: subcontracts, purchase order, correspondence, and field questions as well as job write-ups.
        • Responsible for development, management, and quality control of the project.
        • Negotiate changes to the scope of work with the client and key subcontractors.
        • Prepare contracts and negotiate revisions, changes, and additions to contractual agreements with architects, consultants, clients, suppliers, and subcontractors.
        • Network with professional contacts and owners to obtain job prospects.
        • Maintain strong relationships with clients, architects and subcontractors.
        • Manage the project close-out through completion.

        Project Manager Qualifications:

        • 3+ years’ experience as in mechanical engineering and construction. Familiarity with HVAC and Plumbing system designs.
        • Must possess industry specific knowledge to effectively plan, direct, and supervise project objectives.
        • Possess related field experience in leadership role; proven ability to perform in lead capacity.
        • Networking, strong working relationships with clients and architects.
        • Must be adaptable, collaborative, and able to work effectively in a team environment.

        Benefits & Appreciation:

        • Medical, dental, vision for employee {coverage available for dependents for shared premium}.
        • 401K retirement plan including company matching.
        • Holiday pay, vacation, and sick leave compensation.
        • Disability income protection.
        • Employee and Dependent Life Insurance.

        Compensation: $100K - $150K + bonus

      • Controls Engineer
        posting #: 2068

        Controls Engineer

        Seattle, WA

        Work for a leading mechanical design-build contractor with a rooted presence in the Pacific Northwest. This firm has a strong reputation in the industry with over 1,500 employees across 15 offices, offering you the chance to chart your own path and expand your skillset with a firm that highly values its employees.

        The Controls Engineers will perform hardware engineering, software engineering, and network-level commissioning for Building Automation Systems on new construction projects and existing system retrofit projects.

        As the Controls Engineer, you will work with the Sales Team to support the technical attributes of the project, as well as Mechanical Engineering to integrate the controls design with the mechanical design. Teamwork is essential.

        Controls Engineer Responsibilities:

        • Technical Expert: Provide advanced technical support on application or implementation issues and serve as a knowledgeable resource in building technology application engineering.
        • Performs complex engineering and support network commissioning as required on assigned projects.
        • Work across all departments to ensure timely delivery of engineering deliverables to successfully execute projects on time and on budget.
        • Develop processes to ensure cost-effective controls engineering while consistently providing excellent customer service and ensuring all work complies with state, local, and federal legal requirements.

        Controls Engineer Background Profile:

        • 4+ years’ experience in Controls Engineering.
        • Experience in DDC Controls Engineering (Honeywell and Siemens Talon web-based products/applications preferred)
        • An understanding of air-conditioning principles, systems and commercial HVAC mechanical equipment.
        • Bachelors’ degree in Engineering or equivalent work experience in mechanical or electrical systems.

        Company Benefits:

        • 401K with a 40% match on any contributions you make.
        • Fully covered medical, dental, and vision insurance for employees plus heavy coverage for dependents.
        • Employee wellness plans, discount programs, and commuter benefits.
        • Professional development assistance.

        Compensation: $90K - $110K + bonus

      • Project Executive - Large Commercial Projects
        posting #: 1673

        Project Executive – Large Shell & Core Development Projects

        Seattle, WA

        Our client, a Seattle-based commercial general contractor is looking for a Project Executive to join their ever-evolving team. This company is focused on delivering exceptional construction services to their clients. The Project Executive will provide leadership, direction, and support to Project Engineers, Superintendents, and Project Managers on multiple projects from preconstruction through close-out.

        The ideal candidate will have solid leadership experience, as they will be focused on the overall profitability of their projects. This role is focused on maintaining business systems and processes that support the achievement of the company vision, mission, and strategic objectives.

        Project Executive Responsibilities:

        • Identify potential clients and project leads in targeted segments and research background data.
        • Develop and execute strategies for obtaining new project opportunities.
        • Leads negotiated sales efforts including differentiation strategy, proposal management, and interview preparation.
        • Oversees all assigned project bids and new work proposals, involving the estimating team in preparing budgets and proposals.
        • Maintains positive working relationships with clients, architects, and engineers to facilitate successful project execution.
        • Builds effective relationships with clients, vendors, design teams, subcontractors, and suppliers.
        • Collaboratively leads project teams to achieve optimum results on projects and the highest levels of team accomplishment.
        • Responsible for fostering company safety culture and accountability on all projects.
        • Identifies and communicates staffing needs, participates in company recruitment efforts, and identifying candidates.
        • Demonstrates leadership skills with ability and willingness to effectively surmount challenges, direct others, and effectively address conflicts.
        • Actively engaged in company initiatives such as mentoring, succession planning, and the development of team members for future career opportunities.
        • Establishes project objectives, policies, procedures and performance standards.
        • Oversees the development of a comprehensive project schedule, regular updates, and manages delays to assure all projects are completed within the contractual duration.
        • Directs multiple projects in various stages of development.
        • Oversees performance of projects including: project status, schedule, cost control, and change management systems.
        • Reviews work of Project Managers to ensure client satisfaction, contract terms, schedule terms, and safety are consistent with company agreements and policies.

        Project Executive Qualifications:

        • Bachelor’s Degree in Construction Management, Engineering, or equivalent experience.
        • 10+ years of commercial construction experience preferred.
        • 5+ years of large shell & core project experience.
        • Extensive experience and knowledge working with regulatory agencies throughout the critical construction process.
        • Working knowledge of BIM.
        • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook) and project management software required; preferred Primavera (P6) or Microsoft Project.
        • Experience in business development and sales.

        Benefits & Appreciation:

        • Comprehensive benefits package, including Medical, Dental, Vision, Life, and Disability Insurance.
        • 401K plan with a competitive match and a Health Savings Account (HSA).
        • Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP) available to all employees, fostering a sense of ownership and participation.
        • Enjoy Profit Sharing Bonuses based on the company's success.

        Compensation: $160K - $230K + Bonus

      • Senior Estimator - Bay Area
        posting #: 1404

        Pre-Construction Senior Estimator – Commercial Construction

        San Francisco, CA

        Seeking a self-motivated Pre-Construction Senior Estimator to manage a successful team. This position is for a large general contractor in the Seattle with a focus in commercial projects. As the Pre-Construction Senior Estimator you will be responsible for performing all facets of a commercial works estimate including quantities, costing and sub-trade analysis for presentation and final review of major items.

        The Pre-Construction Estimator will be a key player in winning projects, increasing the company’s profits and managing the current estimating team. Projects estimated will be office, biotech, tech data centers, mixed-use, hospitality and education projects. The project values range is $100K-$250M.

        Pre-Construction Senior Estimator Responsibilities:

        • Able to takeoff elements of the work accurately and assign them to the appropriate items in the database, make recommendations about how to change the standard database items to more closely reflect field conditions. Must have a strong attention to detail.
        • Participate in evaluating, hiring, managing, and terminating estimating staff assigned to report to this position.
        • Assigns day-to-day responsibilities for preconstruction personnel.
        • Solicit subcontract and vendor pricing.
        • Identify deficiencies in the drawings and generate pricing to cover for them.
        • Understand the need for scope clarifications, Draft scope clarifications as needed.
        • Develop quantity based estimates from partial information.
        • Estimates and support the preparation of thorough, accurate and timely estimates.
        • Procure bids from qualified subcontractors.
        • In charge of all documentation and correspondence with subcontractors, plan rooms, web sites, emails and faxes.
        • Supports the estimating department in accumulating, recording historical cost data.
        • Subcontractor bid reviews and validation of work scopes.
        • Verification of Bid Documents, Plans and Specification review.
        • Material takeoffs on drawings, and plans.

         

        Pre-Construction Senior Estimator Qualifications:

        • 5-10 or more years estimating experience in a medium to large general contractor, working on commercial/buildings and/or small civil estimating projects
        • Ability to operate MS Office Suite, strong spreadsheet skills.
        • Experience with BIM, BlueBeam, Timberline and Microsoft Project.
        • Good oral, written and interpersonal communication skills. Have the ability to make clear and concise presentations to senior management.
        • General knowledge of construction documents.
        • Organized, self-motivated, and a team player.
        • Clear written and verbal communication skills.
        • Ability to talk on the phone with clients and subcontractors.

        Company Benefits:

        • 95% paid Medical, Dental, and Vision insurance for employees, plus 75% paid for dependents
        • Unlimited PTO policy
        • 401K Plan with a 3-4% match
        • ESOP - Employee stock ownership program
        • Annual performance bonuses based on personal, company, and project performance

        Compensation: $160,000 - $220,000 plus bonuses and benefits

      • Project Manager – Commercial Construction
        posting #: 2063

        Project Manager – Commercial Construction

        Seattle, WA

        Join an employee-owned company and be part of a dynamic team! Our client, a well-established Pacific Northwest-based Commercial General Contractor (GC) with a history spanning over a century, is actively seeking a talented Project Manager to join their growing team.

        They specialize in various project types, including healthcare, office, high-rise, hospitality, life sciences, education, and tech tenant improvements (TI). With a robust backlog of large-scale commercial projects, this company offers stability and abundant growth opportunities in the years ahead.

        As a Project Manager, you will play a pivotal role in guiding projects from the preconstruction phase through close-out and warranty periods. Your focus will be on providing exceptional project management services while nurturing vital client and team relationships.

        Project Manager Responsibilities:

        • Be at the front of the project, presiding over the critical pre-construction meetings where you establish expectations amongst all the project stakeholders
        • Working the project from inception to close with detailed knowledge of each project phase and process
        • Prepare trade contracts and bid packages, as well as oversee the procurement process
        • Attend and lead project meetings and oversee the performance of the project, including project status, schedule, cost control, change management systems
        • Review inspection and test data for compliance with specifications and conduct quality inspections
        • Develop a management plan for the project using the vast array of construction management tools and software such as Viewpoint Construction Software, MS Projects, ProContractor, and the MS Office suite
        • Responsibilities range from site, personnel, and sub-contractor management, and you are the project point person for clients and their architect

        Project Manager Background Profile:

        • 5 years of experience with high-rise, office, hospitality or life science projects. BA or BS in Construction Management preferred.
        • Ability to operate MS Office Suite, estimating software, on-screen take-off, Bluebeam, MS Project 2013.
        • Autodesk Revit, AutoCAD or other BIM software experience is a plus.
        • Demonstrated ability to create new and build upon existing client relationships.
        • Demonstrated ability to work under pressure and prioritize and multi-task while managing all aspects of current projects and estimating of future ones.
        • Self-starting, self-motivated, effective time manager.
        • Demonstrated leadership abilities.
        • Organized and detail-oriented.
        • Ability to collaborate with clients, consultants, subcontractors, and suppliers.
        • Excellent oral and written communication skills.

        Benefits & Appreciation:

        • Comprehensive benefits package, including Medical, Dental, Vision, Life, and Disability Insurance.
        • 401K plan with a competitive match and a Health Savings Account (HSA).
        • Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP) available to all employees, fostering a sense of ownership and participation.
        • Enjoy Profit Sharing Bonuses based on the company's success.

        Compensation: $130,000 - $160,000

      • Project Executive – Structural Concrete
        posting #: 2059

        Project Executive – Structural Concrete

        Seattle, WA

        Work for well-regarded commercial general contractor with a long history of innovative construction projects in the Pacific Northwest. They are seeking a talented Project Executive to lead their Self-Perform Structural Concrete business unit.

        This presents an exciting opportunity for an individual eager to have a significant influence on both the business and the team. This firm has a substantial backlog of work lined up, so there’s plenty of stability and opportunity for growth with this new division!

        Project Executive Responsibilities:

        • Develop and implement strategies for new project opportunities.
        • Prioritize pursuits with other internal Project Executives.
        • Lead negotiations for sales efforts.
        • Oversee project bids and new work proposals.
        • Maintain positive relationships with clients, architects, and engineers.
        • Lead project teams to achieve optimal results.
        • Foster communication between field and office teams.
        • Promote company safety culture on all projects.
        • Identify staffing needs and participate in recruitment efforts.
        • Oversee project schedules and handle delays to meet contractual obligations.
        • Monitor project performance, including status, schedule, cost control, and change management.
        • Advocate for continuous improvement of company procedures and policies.

        Project Executive Qualifications:

        • At least 12 years of industry experience.
        • Bachelor's Degree in Construction Management, Engineering, or related field.
        • Extensive experience with regulatory agencies in critical construction processes.
        • Lead multiple projects with strong performance in cost, quality, and safety.
        • Proficient in BIM (Building Information Modeling) software.
        • Skilled in hiring, developing, and leading high-performance teams.
        • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite and project management software, such as Primavera (P6) or Microsoft Project.
        • Business development and sales experience.
        • Problem-solving ability in a collaborative, team-based culture.

        Benefits & Appreciation:

        • They are a 100% employee-owned company and offer an ESOP as a company benefit.
        • Medical, Dental, Vision, Life, and Disability Insurance.
        • 401K with a 5% match, plus an HSA
        • ESOP – Employee Stock Ownership Program
        • Annual merit and performance-based bonuses, plus annual pay raises.

        Compensation: $170K - $190K/yr. + bonus

      • Commercial Construction Project Manager
        posting #: 1124

        Commercial Construction Project Manager

        A large, reputable, commercial general contractor is looking for a Project Manager with experience managing tech, biotech, life science, healthcare, data center or other innovative commercial projects. The Project Manager will work closely with their clients on ground-up developments throughout the region.

        The Project Manager will be a key player in the success of these commercial projects. The ideal candidate will have at least two years’ experience in project management with a focus in ground-up development or large tenant improvement projects.

        The company has a strong reputation, and their ongoing success provides the opportunity for talented individuals to grow in their career and help meet clients' increasing demand. Not only are they offering a positive work environment, they provide a lucrative compensation package that is one of the best in the industry.

        Commercial Project Manager Major Duties & Responsibilities:

        • Assist with preconstruction efforts (client meetings, estimating, etc.)
        • Manage all aspects of project from inception.
        • Prepare trade contracts and bid packages, as well as oversee procurement process.
        • Oversee performance of project including, project status, schedule, cost control, change management systems.
        • Maintain relationships with clients, designers and consultants.
        • Attend and lead project meetings, including progress, pre-construction and pre-award.
        • Review inspection and test data for compliance with specifications.
        • Develop and maintain site logistics plan, in coordination with Superintendent.
        • Conduct quality inspections.

        Commercial Project Manager Qualifications:

        • Minimum 2 years’ experience in managing commercial construction projects.
        • BA or BS in Construction Management or equivalent experience.
        • Ability to operate MS Office Suite, estimating software, on screen take off, Bluebeam, MS Project.
        • Demonstrated ability to create new and build upon existing client relationships.
        • Demonstrated ability to work under pressure and prioritize and multi-task while managing all aspects of current projects and estimating of future ones.
        • Self-starting, self-motivated effective time manager.
        • Organized and detail oriented.
        • Ability to collaborate with clients, consultants, subcontractors and suppliers.

        Company Benefits & Appreciation:

        • Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance
        • 401K Plan with Matching
        • ESOP
        • Life and AD&D Insurance
        • Paid time-off and Holidays

        Compensation: $105K - $150K + bonus

      • Project Manager - Commercial Construction
        posting #: 2015

        Project Manager - Commercial Construction

        Snohomish, WA

        Are you a Project Manager with a background in commercial ground-up developments (commercial retail, self-storage, and multi-family) looking to run projects autonomously, and be the face of the company? If so, work with a local mid-size Commercial General Contractor in the Snohomish area.

        The Project Manager will be a key player in the success of commercial projects be a key player in the success of commercial projects. This role is client-facing, and you must work collaboratively with owners, subs, and building officials.

        The ideal candidate will have at least three years of experience in project management with experience in ground-up development (retail/self-storage/multi-family). While experience is a key piece to success, so is collaboration. Our client runs a tight-knit group and is looking to add someone with industry knowledge and professionalism who is collaborative and works well in a team environment.

        Project Manager Duties & Responsibilities

        • Assist with preconstruction efforts (client meetings, estimating, etc.)
        • Manage all aspects of project from inception.
        • Prepare trade contracts and bid packages and oversee the procurement process.
        • Oversee performance of the project including project status, schedule, cost control, change management systems.
        • Maintain relationships with clients, designers and consultants.
        • Attend and lead project meetings, including progress, pre-construction and pre-award.
        • Review inspection and test data for compliance with specifications.
        • Develop and maintain site logistics plan, in coordination with Superintendent.
        • Conduct quality inspections.

        Qualifications

        • 3 years’ experience in managing commercial construction projects.
        • BA or BS in Construction Management or equivalent experience.
        • Ability to operate MS Office Suite, estimating software, on-screen take off, Bluebeam, MS Project
        • Demonstrated ability to create new and build upon existing client relationships.
        • Demonstrated ability to work under pressure and prioritize and multi-task while managing all aspects of current projects and estimating of future ones.
        • Self-starting, self-motivated, effective time manager.
        • Organized and detail-oriented.
        • Ability to collaborate with clients, consultants, subcontractors and suppliers.

        Benefits and Appreciation

        • Medical/Dental/Vision – 95% paid for employees
        • 401k with 4% match
        • Vehicle Allowance
        • Generous PTO

        Compensation: $125k-$155k+ (DOE) + bonus

      • Account Executive - Building Performance
        posting #: 1125

        Account Executive – Building Performance

        Spokane, WA

         

        Our client, a mechanical contractor and leader in the industry for over 50 years, is seeking an Account Executive with a background in managing mechanical construction, controls, and HVAC systems, to add to their growing team. This person will be leading the development and completion of different performance contracting projects, including energy assessments that will be used for planning, costing, and coordinating with construction managers and staff. As a valued team member, this person is responsible for a variety of projects and initiatives, as well as supporting the growth of the business.

        Responsibilities of the Account Executive:

        • Perform site walks and identifies Energy Conservation Measures that meet client requirements.
        • Coordinate with Engineering to perform energy savings and rebate applications.
        • Develop scopes of work for estimating.
        • Work with account executives to develop and deliver investment grade audit proposals and energy service proposals.
        • Provide guidance to customers on the progress of the project, ensuring that their needs are being met.

        Qualifications of the Account Executive:

        • Demonstrates satisfactory project management experience, focusing on planning, scheduling, crisis management, resource management and project administration.
        • Exhibits working knowledge on the following: Electrical & Mechanical Systems, Building Automation Systems and Controls, Energy Management Strategies, Lighting and Metering Systems.
        • A satisfactory track record of delivering on energy conservations projects and energy savings obligations.
        • Experience with facility operations.
        • Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical/Mechanical Building Systems or equivalent work experience.
      • Senior Project Manager – Commercial Construction
        posting #: 2055

        Senior Project Manager – Commercial Construction

        Bellingham, WA

        Seeking an experienced Sr. Project Manager to add to an already successful team. This position is for a local general contractor who has a breadth of experience in K-12, Hospitality, Multi-Family, and Medical projects.

        This person will oversee a project management team of seven and is responsible for ensuring work is executed in accordance with the company’s policies, including contract documents, budget, schedule, safety, quality control and customer satisfaction.

        Project Manager Responsibilities:

        • Assist with preconstruction efforts (client meetings, estimating, etc.).
        • Manage all aspects of project from inception.
        • Prepare trade contracts and bid packages, as well as oversee procurement process.
        • Oversee performance of project including, project status, schedule, cost control, change management systems.
        • Maintain relationships with clients, designers and consultants.
        • Attend and lead project meetings, including progress, pre-construction and pre-award.
        • Review inspection and test data for compliance with specifications, and conduct quality inspections.
        • Develop and maintain site logistics plan, in coordination with Superintendent.

        Project Manager Qualifications:

        • 5+ years of experience as Project Management managing commercial construction projects.
        • BA or BS in Construction Management or equivalent experience.
        • Tech Savvy: MS Office, ProCore, BlueBeam
        • Demonstrated ability to create new, and build upon existing client relationships.
        • Demonstrated ability to work under pressure and prioritize and multi-task while managing all aspects of current projects and estimating of future ones.
        • Self-starting, self-motivated effective time manager.
        • Ability to collaborate with clients, consultants, subcontractors and suppliers.

        Benefits & Appreciation:

        • Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance
        • 401k with 4% matching
        • Paid time-off and holidays

        Compensation: $125k-175k/yr.

      • Senior Assistant Project Manager – K-12 Construction
        posting #: 2047

        Senior Assistant Project Manager – K-12 Construction

        Location: Kirkland, WA

        Are you an experienced Assistant Project Manager with a passion for education-related projects? Our client is a well-established local Commercial General Contractor specializing in general commercial and public sector projects across the Greater Seattle area.

        With a strong commitment to mentorship, a lucrative profit-sharing plan, and a robust project pipeline, this is an exciting opportunity to join a dynamic team.

        Senior Assistant Project Manager Responsibilities:

        • Project Leadership: Effectively manage and coordinate company resources for projects.
        • Preconstruction Support: Collaborate on preconstruction efforts to ensure project success.
        • Full Project Lifecycle: Oversee all aspects of the project from inception to completion.
        • Issue Resolution: Analyze and resolve field challenges and coordination issues as they arise.
        • Stakeholder Management: Direct and liaise with direct reports, subcontractors, vendors, suppliers, and design team members.
        • Supply Chain Efficiency: Implement efficient supply chain management to ensure timely project material availability.
        • Quality Assurance: Enforce rigorous quality control procedures to meet or exceed all project requirements.
        • Vendor & Subcontractor Engagement: Assist in identifying and engaging suppliers and subcontractors.
        • Safety Leadership: Promote a safe workplace environment and set a strong safety example on and off the jobsite.

        Senior Assistant Project Manager Profile:

        • Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree in Construction Management, Engineering, Architecture, or a related field.
        • Experience: Minimum of two years of proven experience in Commercial or Public Sector construction projects.
        • Software Proficiency: Proficient in ProCore and Microsoft Office; experience with BIM model navigation using tools like Navisworks and Freedom Viewer.
        • Tech-Savvy: Ability to learn and effectively use cloud-based applications.

        Company Benefits:

        • Profit-Sharing: Eligible for the company's profit-sharing plan, historically ranging from 5% to 15% of base salary.
        • Comprehensive Insurance: 100% coverage for Medical, Dental, and Vision insurance for employees; coverage also available for dependents.
        • Generous Leave: Enjoy three weeks of paid time off (PTO) in addition to eight holidays.
        • Financial Planning: Access a 401K plan with a 5% match, along with a Health Savings Account (HSA).

        Compensation: $90,000-$115,000 annually, supplemented with bonuses and comprehensive benefits.

        For more information or to apply, please visit www.nwrecruitingpartners.com.

      • Project Executive - Commercial Construction
        posting #: 1734

        Project Executive – Large Commercial Projects

        Spokane, WA

        Our client, a West Coast-based commercial general contractor is looking for a Project Executive to join their ever-evolving team. This company is focused on delivering exceptional construction services to their clients. The Project Executive will provide leadership, direction, and support to Project Engineers, Superintendents, and Project Managers on multiple projects from preconstruction through close-out.

        The ideal candidate will have solid leadership experience, as they will be focused on the overall profitability of their projects. This role is focused on maintaining business systems and processes that support the achievement of the company vision, mission, and strategic objectives.

        Project Executive Responsibilities:

        • Identify potential clients and project leads in targeted segments and research background data.
        • Develop and execute strategies for obtaining new project opportunities.
        • Leads negotiated sales efforts including differentiation strategy, proposal management, and interview preparation.
        • Oversees all assigned project bids and new work proposals, involving the estimating team in preparing budgets and proposals.
        • Maintains positive working relationships with clients, architects, and engineers to facilitate successful project execution.
        • Builds effective relationships with clients, vendors, design teams, subcontractors, and suppliers.
        • Collaboratively leads project teams to achieve optimum results on projects and the highest levels of team accomplishment.
        • Responsible for fostering company safety culture and accountability on all projects.
        • Identifies and communicates staffing needs, participates in company recruitment efforts, and identifying candidates.
        • Demonstrates leadership skills with ability and willingness to effectively surmount challenges, direct others, and effectively address conflicts.
        • Actively engaged in company initiatives such as mentoring, succession planning, and the development of team members for future career opportunities.
        • Establishes project objectives, policies, procedures and performance standards.
        • Oversees the development of a comprehensive project schedule, regular updates, and manages delays to assure all projects are completed within the contractual duration.
        • Directs multiple projects in various stages of development.
        • Oversees performance of projects including: project status, schedule, cost control, and change management systems.
        • Reviews work of Project Managers to ensure client satisfaction, contract terms, schedule terms, and safety are consistent with company agreements and policies.

        Project Executive Qualifications:

        • Bachelor’s Degree in Construction Management, Engineering, or equivalent experience.
        • 10+ years of commercial construction experience preferred.
        • Extensive experience and knowledge working with regulatory agencies throughout the critical construction process.
        • Working knowledge of BIM.
        • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook) and project management software required; preferred Primavera (P6) or Microsoft Project.
        • Experience in business development and sales.
      • Senior Estimator - Commercial Construction
        posting #: 1200

        Senior Estimator – Commercial Construction

        Seeking a self-motivated Senior Estimator to manage an already successful team. This position is for a national GC with a focus in commercial projects. As the Senior Estimator, you will be responsible for performing all facets of a commercial works estimate including quantities, costing and sub-trade analysis for presentation and final review of major items.

        The Senior Estimator will be a key player in winning projects, increasing the company’s profits and managing the current estimating team. Projects estimated will be tech, office, biotech/life science, mixed-use, and education projects. The project values range is $100K-250M +.

        Pre-Construction Estimator/PMResponsibilities:

        • Lead estimating and preconstruction efforts on large and complex projects
        • Solicit subcontract and vendor pricing.
        • Identify deficiencies in the drawings and generate pricing to cover for them.
        • Understand the need for scope clarifications, Draft scope clarifications as needed.
        • Develop quantity-based estimates from partial information.
        • Estimates and support the preparation of thorough, accurate and timely estimates.
        • Procure bids from qualified subcontractors.
        • In charge of all documentation and correspondence with subcontractors, plan rooms, web sites, emails and faxes.
        • Supports the estimating department in accumulating, recording historical cost data.
        • Subcontractor bid reviews and validation of work scopes.
        • Verification of Bid Documents, Plans and Specification review.
        • Material takeoffs on drawings, and plans.

         

        Pre-Construction Estimator/PMQualifications:

        • 8+ years estimating experience leading estimates on large, complex commercial projects.
        • Ability to operate MS Office Suite, strong spreadsheet skills.
        • Bachelors degree in construction, civil, architectural engineer, or construction management.
        • Experience with BIM, BluBeam Revu and Microsoft Project.
        • Good oral, written and interpersonal communication skills. Have the ability to make clear and concise presentations to senior management.
        • General knowledge of construction documents.
        • Organized, self-motivated, and a team player.
        • Clear written and verbal communication skills.

         

        Compensation: $80,000-$170,000/year

      • Project Manager
        posting #: 1691

        Project Manager

        Portland, OR

        Work for an employee-owned company! Our client, a PNW-based Commercial GC, is seeking a talented Project Manager to join their growing team. This firm has a strong backlog of large-scale commercial projects, offering stability and growth opportunities in the coming years.

        As a Project Manager, you will follow the assigned project from the preconstruction phase through the close-out and warranty period, delivering excellent project management services and, most importantly, building relationships with your clients and teams.

        Company Information:

        • This PNW-based Commercial GC has been in business for over 100 years. They have a strong commitment to making a positive impact for their clients and the community.
        • They specialize in healthcare, office, high rise, hospitality, life science, education, and tech TI projects throughout the Pacific Northwest.

        Leadership & Culture:

        • The Project Manager will be working closely with the leadership team.
        • Open and inclusive management style with a “lead by example” style.
        • Collaborative culture.
        • Engaged, energized team of people committed to the company’s mission.

        Benefits & Appreciation:

        • Medical, Dental, Vision, Life, and Disability Insurance offered.
        • 401K with a competitive match, plus an HSA.
        • Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP) available for all employees.
        • Profit Sharing Bonuses.

        Project Manager Background Profile:

        • At least 5 years of general contracting experience, with experience running and completing multiple commercial projects.
        • Bachelor’s degree in Construction Management, Engineering, or a related field, or the equivalent in years of experience.
        • Experience in preconstruction planning, estimating, subcontractor bidding, and scheduling.
        • Experience in leading, training, and mentoring team members.

         

        Compensation: $110,000-$140,000/year

      • Service Controls Technician - Eastern WA
        posting #: 1968

        Service Controls Technician – HVAC Systems

        Inland Northwest Territory

        A local Mchanical Engineering Contractor is seeking a Service Controls Technician to add to an already successful team in Eastern & Central Washington. This person will be responsible for surveying, troubleshooting and upgrading existing controls systems.

        The ideal candidate will have a minimum of 2 years’ experience as a Controls Technician and have worked with Siemens and/or Honeywell building controls systems.

        Service Controls Technician – Qualifications:

        • Complete service calls and preventative maintenance on existing controls systems.
        • Troubleshoot existing installations and correct deficiencies and repair systems.
        • Perform upgrades, small scale retrofits or replacement of existing control systems.
        • Perform building survey’s and work with the small repairs group on estimating additional work.
        • Become proficient in areas of HVAC controls including pneumatic, electronic, energy management systems, and computerized control systems.
        • Perform software programming, check-out, and graphic functions.
        • Knowledge of all aspects of HVAC including design, production, refrigeration, controls and service.
        • Test building controls sequences of operation and full function of control system components.
        • Provide written record of system and component testing on all projects.
        • Promote, maintain and enhance new and existing customer relationships.
        • Consult with customers regarding problems or issues discovered while servicing their boiler and provide them with a record of services performed.

        Service Controls Technician – Requirements:

        • A 2-year degree and/or 2-5 years’ minimum experience working with HVAC and control systems with an emphasis on direct digital control systems.
        • An understanding of commercial building operations.
        • Possess strong computer aptitude including hardware, software and network communications.
        • Ability to effectively interact with co-workers, customers, technicians, sales and office staff.
        • Strong communication, organizational, documentation, and problem-solving skills.
        • Ability to read and understand mechanical and electrical drawings.
        • Ability to consistently set goals, establish and meet budgets, and meet schedule deadlines.
        • Possess efficient knowledge using gauges, meters and computerized controls common to the industry.

        Service Controls Technician – Physical Working Conditions:

        • The ability to frequently lift or carry 20 to 50 pounds.
        • Typical working conditions include: General construction, working on ladders, on rooftops, in crawl spaces, in unheated areas and in all weather conditions.

        Benefits & Appreciation:

        • Medical, dental, vision for employee {coverage available for dependents for shared premium}.
        • 401k retirement plan including company matching.
        • Holiday pay, vacation, and sick leave compensation.
        • Disability income protection.
        • Employee and Dependent Life Insurance.
        • Relocation assistance.

        Compensation: $80K - $110K + bonus and car allowance/company vehicle

      • Project Manager - Residential Restoration/Remodel Projects
        posting #: 1499

        Senior Project Manager – Residential Restoration & Remodel Projects

        Bellevue, WA

        Our client, an established residential contractor focused on residential restoration, insurance claims, and remodeling projects is looking for an experienced Senior Project Manager to join their tight-knit team. The firm has a successful history of managing construction projects for homeowners, condo associations, and property management firms in the greater Seattle area.

        Are you looking for an opportunity to work with a reputable firm where you can grow your experience in managing a variety of projects? Then keep reading, this could be the role for you!

        Senior Project Manager Responsibilities:

        • Responsible for scope development, scope management, and quality control.
        • Negotiate changes to the scope of work with the client and key subcontractors.
        • Establish the project requirements and provide direction and management to ensure on-schedule project completion within budget in accordance with contractual obligations.
        • Review bid documents, draft work breakdown structure, define the scope of work; assist with bidder solicitation activities.
        • Network with professional contacts and owners to obtain job prospects.
        • Maintain strong relationships with clients, consultants, and subs; anticipate client needs.
        • Prepare contractual agreements and track all documentation associated with the scope letters and bidding proposal.
        • Prepare/review bid packages regarding estimate including general conditions, assumptions and clarifications, subcontractor information, scheduling, cost projections, bonds, signatures, and marketing content.
        • Review contract information and resolve outstanding cost issues with owner; develop contract price.
        • Prepare contracts and negotiate revisions, changes, and additions to contractual agreements with architects, consultants, clients, suppliers, and subcontractors.
        • Perform project close-out: provide a final audit contract, take care of punch list items, clean-up, resolve outstanding issues, and collect retention from owner.

        Senior Project Manager Qualifications:

        • 2+ years of experience managing projects.
        • Must possess construction industry-specific knowledge to effectively plan, direct, and supervise project objectives.
        • Proven ability to perform in a leadership capacity.
          • Ability to read and understand construction documents such as blueprints, scopes of work, schedules, specifications, safety manuals, etc.
          • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
          • Familiarity of construction industry practices and regulations.
          • Basic understanding of construction industry costs for all trades.
          • Ability to build strong working relationships with clients, vendors, and subcontractors.

          Company Benefits & Appreciation:

          • Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance
          • Paid time-offs and holidays.
          • 401k plan with matching.

          Compensation: $85k - 95k + bonus/yr.

        • Project Manager – Multi-Family Construction (400-unit podium project)
          posting #: 1805

          Project Manager – Multi-Family Construction (400-unit podium project)

          Seattle, WA

          Work for a national real estate owner/developer that improves, builds, acquires, and manages high-quality rental communities. They immerse themselves in the local market to proactively pursue new development opportunities and have multiple projects in various stages of predevelopment, construction, and lease-up.

          They are looking to add a Project Manager who will be responsible for overseeing all aspects of the construction of high density, 400 unit multi-family podium project. The project is slated to break ground this summer, but our client is looking to bring on an experienced Project Manager now to be involved with the bid and pre-construction phase, as well as managing the project’s success during construction.

          Project Manager Responsibilities:

          • The Project Manager is accountable for upholding the project's construction timelines, budgets, cost- and quality-control standards, and safety procedures.
          • Forming and preserving cooperative professional connections with the project design team, firm field and office staff, subcontractors, vendors, and the governmental organizations in charge of project oversight.
          • Taking up a supervisory position to manage the creation of the construction papers.
          • Managing agreements between the owner, general contractor, general contractor, subcontractors, and vendors.
          • Coordinating project value engineering efforts.
          • Preparing and processing all paperwork and papers in a timely and thorough manner for delivery to the owner, the project design team, and the subcontractors.
          • Reporting to and assisting the Project Executive and Vice President of Construction as necessary with project management responsibilities.

          Project Manager Qualifications:

          • 5 years of experience with multi-family/senior housing/hospitality projects. BA or BS in Construction Management preferred.
          • Ability to operate MS Office Suite, estimating software, on-screen take-off, Bluebeam, MS Project
          • Procore, Textura, Autodesk Revit, AutoCAD or other BIM software experience is a plus.
          • Knowledge of building codes, estimation, financing, scheduling, and safety protocols.
          • Strong organization, time management, and good written and verbal communication skills in English.
          • Ability to manage staff, fulfill deadlines and goals, negotiate contracts, and uphold confidentiality.

          Company Benefits and Culture:

          • Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance
          • Employer sponsored short- and long-term disability, Life and ADD insurance
          • 401K with matching
          • Paid time-offs and Holidays.

          Compensation:

          • $120k-$140k+ (20% bonus based on salary)
        • Project Executive - Large Commercial Projects
          posting #: 1668

          Project Executive - Large Commercial Projects

          Seattle, WA

          Our client, a Seattle-based commercial general contractor is looking for a Project Executive to join their ever-evolving team. This company is focused on delivering exceptional construction services to their clients. The Project Executive will provide leadership, direction, and support to Project Engineers, Superintendents, and Project Managers on multiple projects from preconstruction through close-out.

          The ideal candidate will have solid leadership experience, as they will be focused on the overall profitability of their projects. This role is focused on maintaining business systems and processes that support the achievement of the company vision, mission, and strategic objectives.

          Project Executive Responsibilities:

          • Identify potential clients and project leads in targeted segments and research background data.
          • Develop and execute strategies for obtaining new project opportunities.
          • Leads negotiated sales efforts including differentiation strategy, proposal management, and interview preparation.
          • Oversees all assigned project bids and new work proposals, involving the estimating team in preparing budgets and proposals.
          • Maintains positive working relationships with clients, architects, and engineers to facilitate successful project execution.
          • Builds effective relationships with clients, vendors, design teams, subcontractors, and suppliers.
          • Collaboratively leads project teams to achieve optimum results on projects and the highest levels of team accomplishment.
          • Responsible for fostering company safety culture and accountability on all projects.
          • Identifies and communicates staffing needs, participates in company recruitment efforts, and identifying candidates.
          • Demonstrates leadership skills with ability and willingness to effectively surmount challenges, direct others, and effectively address conflicts.
          • Actively engaged in company initiatives such as mentoring, succession planning, and the development of team members for future career opportunities.
          • Establishes project objectives, policies, procedures and performance standards.
          • Oversees the development of a comprehensive project schedule, regular updates, and manages delays to assure all projects are completed within the contractual duration.
          • Directs multiple projects in various stages of development.
          • Oversees performance of projects including: project status, schedule, cost control, and change management systems.
          • Reviews work of Project Managers to ensure client satisfaction, contract terms, schedule terms, and safety are consistent with company agreements and policies.

          Project Executive Qualifications:

          • Bachelor’s Degree in Construction Management, Engineering, or equivalent experience.
          • 10+ years of commercial construction experience preferred.
          • 5+ years of large shell & core project experience.
          • Extensive experience and knowledge working with regulatory agencies throughout the critical construction process.
          • Working knowledge of BIM.
          • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook) and project management software required; preferred Primavera (P6) or Microsoft Project.
          • Experience in business development and sales.

           

          Compensation: $165,000-$200,000+bonus/year

        • Tax Accountant
          posting #: 1675

          Tax Accountant

          Seattle, WA

          Bring your accounting and tax acumen to work for a locally owned, full-service accounting firm offering tax, trust, and forestry services. This is a unique opportunity to work with varied clientele and companies that vary from large legacy businesses to small business owners in the Pacific Northwest. They're a company on the rise that takes great care of their clients and employees alike.

          As a Tax Accountant, you will work on tax planning and compliance for flow-through entities (S corps, partnerships, etc.) as well as individual tax returns for higher income and higher net worth clients. You will have an established list of clients and work closely with leadership and senior accountants. This position isn’t a “turn and burn” tax position where you are siloed or stuck at a desk churning 1000’s of tax returns. This is not our client’s business model.

          If you have been looking for your next opportunity where you can have more exposure to varied clients, work with a more collaborative team and find a long-term position, this could be the opportunity for you!

          Company Information:

          • Locally owned and operated, our client has been a leader in the industry for over 65 years.
          • People like to work here and it shows – very tenured employees.
          • The company provides taxation, retirement planning, accounting, consulting, and wealth management services.
          • Serve clients locally, nationally, and internationally.
          • They have a solid core business of long tenure companies ranging from large to small, they are not a typical tax firm who's turning and burning tax returns.

          Leadership & Culture:

          • The Tax Accountant will be working closely with the Senior Tax accountants and ownership.
          • Open and inclusive management style with a “lead by example” style.
          • Collaborative, open culture.
          • Ability to have a flexible schedule and hours.

          Benefits & Appreciation:

          • Medical and Vision Insurance (up to 100% coverage for employee and child).
          • 401K plan excellent with matching.
          • Great vacation package including 12 paid-holidays.

          Tax Accountant Background Profile:

          • At least 2 years in public accounting with experience in tax. Audit experience a plus.
          • Expertise in flow-through entity taxation.
          • Expertise in individual taxation.
          • Strong verbal and written communication skills and polished presentation.
          • A team player with collaborative mindset.
          • Knowledge in trusts and estates, timber/forest products industries, ProSystem fx Tax, and ProSystem fx Engagement.

           

          Compensation: $90,000-$130,000/year

        • Construction Project Manager
          posting #: 1621

          Construction Project Manager

          Maltby, WA

          Work for a leading company in sustainable landscape management industry. They develop programs to help their customers manage and maintain all forms of sustainable landscape elements. They pride themselves in offering a dynamic work environment with opportunities for career growth and exceptional health benefits.

          As a Construction Project Manager, your will supervise the field construction of a project and assist in completion as scheduled, within budget, and according to standards and quality specified. This role will also work directly with clients, vendors, and the construction manager to provide schedule updates, communicate important information, create additional work estimates in the form of change orders, and coordinate or direct any sub-contractor involved with the projects as needed.

          If you have an experience in leadership and management, are a landscape/hardscape/irrigation expert, and want the ability to work more autonomously then this role might just be for you!

          Company Information:

          • Company was founded in 2001 with the mission of becoming the leading landscape management company in the northwest.
          • They have an experienced, trained, and motivated team of over 250 serve over 700 properties in the Northwest Oregon and Southwest Washington region.
          • They partner with their clients to help them maintain and enhance their landscape to maximize its impact on their property in the most cost effective and environmentally sustainable way.
          • They have countless certifications in and around sustainable landscape management and have received national environmental stewardship awards.

          Leadership & Culture:

          • Construction Project Manager will work directly with the crews and the construction manager to ensure timely completion of projects within the set parameters.
          • Open and inclusive management style with a “lead by example” style.
          • Collaborative, open culture.
          • Engaged, energized team of people committed to the company’s mission.

          Benefits & Appreciation:

          • Medical, Dental, Vision, & Life Insurance – company pays up to 75%.
          • 401k with a company match – 30 days eligible, 1.5% match.
          • PTO (2-weeks), Holidays (flexible, depends on when it falls during the week, 5-9 days).
          • Referral bonus.
          • Company truck, cell phone, laptop.

          Construction Project Manager Background Profile:

          • At least 2 years of experience in a Leadership/Management position within the Irrigation/Landscape Construction Industry as a Project Manager or Superintendent responsible for multiple crews.
          • Associates or bachelor’s degree or Certification in horticulture or landscape design, construction/management landscape architecture, sales or any related field preferred.
          • Proficient in computer software including but not limited to: Office 365, Word, Excel, Outlook, and Adobe.
          • Strong communication skills (verbal and written). Bilingual Spanish-English a plus.
          • A Team player – collaborative mindset.
          • Currently hold and maintain a valid WA state driver’s license and current insurance as well as ability to pass a background check.
          • Experience in leading and supervising a crew of 6-20 members and to delegate tasks on site preferred.
          • Current First Aid/CPR card or ability to get one in 2 months after hire.

          Compensation: $80,000-$90,000/year

        • Construction Project Manager – Commercial TI Projects
          posting #: 972

          Construction Project Manager – Commercial TI Projects

          A large, reputable, commercial general contractor is looking for a Project Manager with experience managing tenant improvement projects. The Project Manager will work closely with their clients on tenant improvement developments throughout the region.

          The Project Manager will be a key player in the success of these commercial projects. The ideal candidate will have at minimum of 3 years’ experience in project management with a focus in TI developments. Experience with healthcare projects is a plus.

          The company has a strong reputation and their ongoing success provides the opportunity for talented individuals to grow in their career and help meet clients' increasing demand.

          Project Manager Major Duties & Responsibilities:

          • Assist with preconstruction efforts (client meetings, estimating, etc.)
          • Manage all aspects of project from inception.
          • Prepare trade contracts and bid packages, as well as oversee procurement process.
          • Oversee performance of project including, project status, schedule, cost control, change management systems.
          • Maintain relationships with clients, designers and consultants.
          • Attend and lead project meetings, including progress, pre-construction and pre-award.
          • Review inspection and test data for compliance with specifications.
          • Develop and maintain site logistics plan, in coordination with Superintendent.
          • Conduct quality inspections.

          Project Manager Qualifications:

          • Minimum 3 years’ experience in managing commercial construction projects. TI experience is a must.
          • BA or BS in Construction Management or equivalent experience.
          • Ability to operate MS Office Suite, estimating software, on screen take off, Bluebeam, MS Project.
          • Demonstrated ability to create new and build upon existing client relationships.
          • Demonstrated ability to work under pressure and prioritize and multi-task while managing all aspects of current projects and estimating of future ones.
          • Self-starting, self-motivated effective time manager.
          • Organized and detail oriented.
          • Ability to collaborate with clients, consultants, subcontractors and suppliers.