Built Properly is a fast growing company and we’re always looking for talented people to join our team. Teamwork is key to meeting challenges and having fun at the same time. If you are interested in joining Built Properly and being a part of Florida’s premier Construction Management company, please contact us today.

General Contractor
Essential Job Duties and Responsibilities:
To provide leadership and to establish and maintain effective and harmonious working relationships of the on-site staff and to promote a positive project morale.
To have a thorough and complete knowledge and understanding of the General Contract, each Subcontract, the contract drawings, specifications and addenda, and to assist the Project Manager in the development of the on-site procedures.
To examine the contract drawings, specifications and addenda for design deficiencies, impractical details and possible code violations, and to bring these to the attention of the Project Manager who will review them with the Architect.
To assist the Project Manager and the Scheduling Manager in the development and refinement of the Project Schedule, and to work with the Project Manager to keep the schedules properly updated, and to see that the job meets the various required dates.
To plan and review the Construction Program with the Project Manager including quality control procedures, safety and security practices, field office location and layout, temporary utilities, staging areas, equipment and manpower.
To coordinate, direct, monitor, and with the Assistant Superintendent(s) and the technical coordinators, (project specific as required) inspect the activities of the Subcontractors, Suppliers and South Coast Improvement Company’s labor and material.
To verify that each Subcontractor has completed his contractual requirements as condition precedent to beginning his work at the jobsite. This includes a Certificate of Insurance, a fully executed Subcontract, a Schedule of Values and a Safety Program.
To assure that a sufficient supply of the proper South Coast Improvement Company report forms, signage, and other required incidentals are at hand.
To see that all required permits or licenses have been obtained, and all required safety notices are posted.
To cooperate with, and direct when necessary, the activities of the inspection agencies, and to effect remedial actions indicated by the reports of these agencies.
To chair regular coordination meetings and safety meetings with the subcontractors and to issue typewritten minutes to the Project Manager as a result thereof.
To receive and review the Subcontractors Daily Reports of work done and labor and material employed.
To review and approve, on a weekly basis, all as-built prints.
To review and provide the company controller with the Subcontractor’s monthly requests for payment.
To participate, as required, in the timely preparation of monthly requisitions to the Owner and to see that they are promptly reviewed and approved by the Architect’s field representative.
To review and supply the company controller with all time and material work vouchers and invoices.
To maintain good relations and communications with all involved in the project including the public.
CHARGE ACCOUNTS:
Review all Slips to ensure shipments are completes.
Save slips for project manager.
See Employee handbook for charge card rules.
SAFETY Responsibilities:
To insure that employees/subcontractor enforces their safety programs carrying out all safety meetings & all OSHA regulations.
SKILLS Required:
Employees should have experience running projects in South Florida proper with both union and non-union subcontractors, and maintaining harmony throughout the project.
Employees must be able to read blue prints, have an understanding of project cost analysis and effectively use the following computer programs within a reasonable amount of time:
Microsoft Office Suite
**EXPERIENCE WORKING IN OCCUPIED BUILDINGS IS A MUST**
Certificates & Licenses:
All employees are required to have an up to date CPR/AED certificate.
30 hour OSHA training.
General contracting Construction License.
LEED AP or LEED training is encouraged.

Project Manager / Superintendant 
Required
• Required to work weekends when needed
• Experience in home building, specifically phases of Slab, Block, and Frame ability to read blueprints. 
• High School Diploma or equivalent
• Legally authorized to work in the United States on a regular full-time basis without restrictions.
• Computer skills and proficiency (able to operate with limited or no assistance) in Microsoft Windows, Excel, Word, E-Mail, & Internet
• Strong demonstrable interpersonal / team building skills.
• Ability to work away from home at remote construction sites and work seamlessly and effectively
General Construction Knowledge with small to medium Commercial / Residential Construction projects in office/field
Self-starter, Motivated, Strong Organized Skills, Must be able to work independently as well as a part of the team
Able to run crews, both in House Labor and Sub-Contractors
General knowledge with a wide variety construction materials and methods of installation
Excellent verbal and written communication skills, Email notifications, scheduling, communicate between the customer, the field and management.
Ability to prioritize, multi-task and switch priorities quickly and efficiently.
Must have a valid and clean Driver's License.
Coordinating work with project owner representatives, architects, engineers, inspectors, and site subcontractors.
Skills we're seeking:
Knowledge of OSHA Standards
Able to read and understand blue prints and specs
Minimum of 5 years’ experience (Fire & Water Restoration / Rehab).
Must have a valid driver license
Bilingual (Spanish) a plus
Experience on projects ranging from $2,500 to $50,000 - from biding and estimating - start-up through closeout
Experience on projects ranging from $100,000 to $5million - from biding and estimating - start-up through closeout is required.
Read and understand civil, architectural, structural, mechanical, etc. plans and specifications as they relate to the construction work
Knowledge of local codes and permitting processes
Fire / Water / Mold Mitigation (Insurance Claims)

Preferred
• Bachelors Degree in Construction Management or another related field.
• Strong demonstrated leadership, communication, public speaking, ability to influence, and organizational skills.
• Five years+ previous construction management experience with knowledge of multiple fields (concrete, framing, etc.) 

Construction Foreman/ Field Supervisor 
Job Responsibilities:
Manage the day-to-day field activities to ensure that the project milestones and overall schedule completion date is met
Coordinate with Subcontractors to attend pre-construction, weekly-progress and other project meetings
Create and maintain a culture that values safety, respect, and cleanliness among all trades
Meet with Project Manager and client representatives to discuss the status of projects
Proactively identify and resolve problems while keeping the Project Manager up to date on the status of the work schedule
Identify issues that could lead to problems and facilitate solutions
Review quality of construction daily, fill out daily reports, delivery schedule, and other documentation as required
Consistently confirm the specifications and dimensions of construction are per print and scope
Meet with city officials for inspections to make sure construction is compliant with requirements
Fill out and follow up with RFP in the field
Manage changes in project scope, relay details to PM who will create change order documents for client approval
Maintains communication with subcontractors, vendors and project team
Managing punch list and project closeout process to assure timely completion

Requirements:
AS degree in Construction Management or similar or a Journeyman status in a building trade (i.e. Carpenter) AND no less than 5 years of progressive responsibility supervising commercial construction
A demonstrated understanding of construction means-and-methods associated with the renovation and construction of commercial
A working knowledge of civil, architectural, mechanical and electrical work (refrigeration knowledge a plus)
Proficiency with spreadsheets, email and other software used in the industry
Effective communication
Current safety credentials to include OSHA 30 1, 1st Aid and CPR

Lead Carpenter 
Responsible for the accurate, timely and safe construction of rough and finish carpentry work in residential home construction projects.

Reports To: Production Manager

Essential Responsibilities of our Lead Carpenters:
Understand architectural plans, specifications and construction schedules
Verify plans for accuracy; note discrepancies
Work with Interior Designers and Architects to help define details and review the plans for build-ability.
Perform rough and finish carpentry work with high attention to detail and quality
Maintain a safe, clean and profane-free jobsite
Knowledge and Skills of our Site Managers or Lead Carpenters:
Strong carpentry skills
Knowledgeable of residential building codes
Able to organize and effectively communicate both in written and verbal formats
Able to work independently and as a team
Strong time management skills and a sense of work ownership
Responsible for seeing that project/job/task given his team is completed according to plans and instructions and to satisfaction of the customer.
Responsible for evaluating and maintaining performance standards of his team members.
Duty to train team members.
Responsible for assigning work to and supervising work by other team members.
Site job safety is your responsibility.
Responsible for the protection and condition of the client’s property.
Performs other related duties as assigned for the purpose of ensuring the efficient and effective functioning of the company.

Carpenter
What You Will Be Doing?
Our Carpenters’ Helpers, Apprentices, Foremen, and Heavy Steel Installers perform skilled work involving rough and finished carpentry, steel rack assembly and anchoring for retail stores nationwide. Experience in blue-print reading, lay-out, framing, drywall, running base & crown, and other general carpentry work. Attention to detail, ability to work as a team and a positive attitude are a MUST !

Qualifications:
You understand the value of teamwork .
You have a desire to lead by example with a grace of authority, embracing and adapting to change and maintaining respect, dignity and compassion.
You exude a positive attitude and sustain a contagious energy throughout entire shift.
You are dedicated to supporting a safe working environment.
You are always learning ! You are proactive in seeking out education, training and growing perspective
You take pride in your work .
You love checklists. You like to stay busy , balance priorities and utilize your organizational skills .
You understand retail is an ever-changing industry and remain flexible with your schedule.

Essential Duties and Requirements:
Read and interpret work orders to perform required carpentry and heavy fixture installations per instructions
Verify accuracy of needed measurements and report discrepancies to project team lead.
Report any project issues through chain of command, especially those affecting costs.
Demonstrate safe and responsible use of tools.
Communicate clearly and proactively to teammates to ensure timely completion of duties.
Participate in all training opportunities
Own basic tools (screwdrivers, open end wrenches, framing hammer, speed square, cordless drill/impact driver, circular saw (corded or cordless), dead blow hammer, pliers, tape measure, and level)
Able to operate equipment such as- pallet jacks, scissor lifts, forklifts, Lull, etc.

Experience and Training:
Relevant retail experience with full understanding of concepts, practices and procedures in commercial retail carpentry and heavy merchandising projects- preferred but not required.
Building construction, warehouse and or Retail
General math and problem-solving skills- required
Knowledge of Carpentry- required

Key Attributes and Requirements:
Must own steel toe boots/OSHA certified safety shoes
Must have reliable transportation to all project locations
Must be able to lift 70lbs or more overhead
Must be able to bend, lift, walk/stand for 8 hours or more.

Structural/Civil Engineer 
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Design of structures, including high end residential, commercial, industrial and government facilities
Coordination and/or preparation of construction plans and details for transportation structures.
QC review of design calculations and/or plans prepared by others.
Preparation and/or review of shop drawing submissions.
Site visits and field reviews.
Technical guidance and management of junior staff in their performance of the above activities.
Assistance in development of Project Pursuit documents, including Letters of Interest, Technical
Proposals, and Technical Presentations.
Qualifications
A Bachelor's Degree from an ABET accredited engineering program with a focus on structural engineering.
Florida Professional Engineer Registration (P.E.)- 8-12 years' experience in structural design.
Experience with AutoCAD Software is necessary and experience with REVIT is a plus.
Experience with Structural Modeling software for finite element analysis.
Detail oriented, conscientious, self-motivated.
Able to work in a collaborative team environment.

Built Properly is an equal opportunity employer. 
We are constantly on the hunt for talented hard working innovative team members. 

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Administrative Assistant/Office Manager 
Preferred: 
Performs advanced administrative duties 
Process invoices/prepare check requests
Prepare expense reports
Answer phones
Sort and open daily mail and overnights
Order office supplies as needed
Other duties as assigned
Required:
High School diploma or equivalent.
Willingness to learn, and interest in learning.
Strong attention to detail.
Superior organizational skills.
Excellent oral and written communication skills both on the phone and in person.
Ability to work on an independent basis with limited supervision.
Efficient use of Word, Excel, Outlook and the Internet. “
Team Player

Construction Estimator 
Pre-Construction: Search and review projects for bid, create contracts with general contractors and Public Works. Estimate bids and create proposals. Follow up on proposals.
Post-Bid: Review project requirements, contracts, approved plans and specifications to ensure all changes are addressed and contracts are in order. Coordinate with clients both onsite and in office for all proper documentation, scheduling, scope of work, etc.
During Construction: Keep up to date with progress of work. Create change orders when necessary and discuss changes in work. Monitor cost on a regular basis with milestone checks on scope of work. Provide updated plans/designs to personnel in field and in the office. Applicant must be able to visit and walk construction sites in the region as needed.
Post-Construction: Review final project costs and create profitability reports.
Required Skills
A successful applicant must have a minimum of 5 years experience, including references in grading operation. Must have experience in site take off software Trimble Business Center, and large format printers. Need GPS experience in Trimble field site work. Must be a great organizer with office and field crews. Must maintain office plans and bid documents, all past and current. Must possess excellent math skills. Must understand contracting principles including accounting and pay application procedures.

General Manager 
Responsibilities

Strategic Planning
Participate and lead strategic planning activities
Develop both short and long-term strategies for future growth of the company including the development, overall performance, and increased capability to bring a broader range of services to existing clients, as well as expand the company’s client and geographical base
Analyze global, economic, and political factors for alignment with the company’s strategic plan

Financial Management
Project revenue and expenses in conjunction with the Division Managers for each respective operating division
Track, forecast, and manage profit and loss, net operating income, general and administrative expense, risk management, and cash flow
Maintain control of overheads to keep cost of services and overhead at competitive levels.  Monitor estimating/bidding efforts to ensure adequate coverage of company’s overhead and achievement of profitability goals
Monitor the company’s opportunities and backlog in support of company’s goals

Company Management
Manage and mentor Division Managers in project management and day-to-day operations management responsibilities
Lead and coordinate with Senior Management Team on direction and goals of AE2S Construction
Coordinate contracts and legal matters the legal team
Refine operational structures and hire/retain construction personnel
Promote and support staff development and accountability
Manage and coordinate with Safety Director and be responsible for the safety of those working on ACL projects, including understanding special safety requirements at job sites to ensure client safety, security, and other rule compliance.
Manage and mentor, with support from Corporate Accounting group, the Accounting and Administrative team of ACL
Lead, direct and coordinate communications regarding ACL operations, projects and operating results with President, ACL Board, and Executive Committee

Business Development/Client Relations
Responsible for client relationship management, including maintaining and enhancing existing and pursued relationships with clients and subcontractors
Partner with the Division Managers, Construction Managers, Business Development Director and/or Marketing Staff to maintain effective sales effort to ensure appropriate levels of company growth
Responsible for business development including the identification, evaluation, pursuit, and coordination of project opportunities that help meet or exceed our clients’ needs
Develop, implement, and process proposals with team members and support as needed
Procure work, approve estimates, general conditions, billing rates, and fee agreements

Project Management
Provide oversight of bids, cost estimates, budgets, and schedules
Oversee subcontracting activities
Conduct project site visits to ensure progress and quality of work, address issues and concerns that may arise
Ensure projects meet applicable building and safety codes.

Qualifications
Basic Qualifications
Bachelor’s degree in construction science, construction management, construction engineering or related field experience
5+ years’ experience in construction management with experience in various contracting areas
Ability to travel as required for business development and project/client responsibilities
Proven track record of managing change and business growth successfully
3-5 years of demonstrated success in the areas of business development
Ability to work effectively with others
Ability to communicate with clients, public, and other employees effectively
Ability to multi-task and manage multiple initiatives simultaneously

Preferred Qualifications
10+ years of senior-level management experience within the construction industry
Highly developed business acumen, strategic planning, and leadership skills
Strong people management skills and ability to provide mentorship across multiple divisions
Proven relationships and knowledge of the construction industry in North Dakota and surrounding markets
MBA 
Background in banking or finance 

Accountant 
This accountant position is ideal for early-mid career candidates who are seeking opportunities in a role similar to managerial accounting, cost accounting, and/or staff accounting. Salary will commensurate with experience.  Overall responsibilities for the Construction Accountant position include financial controls for multi-million dollar construction projects
Accounts receivable: create and enter monthly pay applications, reconcile billings, etc.
Accounts payable: ensure proper approval and timely entry of invoices, reconcile statements, etc.General Ledger: monthly journal entriesReporting: monthly reporting, yearly reporting, and business planningReview owner contracts to understand payment terms, cost of work definition and other requirements/allowancesSubcontract Management: manage compliance documents, ensure subcontractors are paid within contract terms, etc.Adhere to all legal requirement and corporate guidelines
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
Audit contractor pay applications to verify figures
Assists in providing direct support to the Project Managers/Directors in approving and coding of contractor invoices; this includes training as necessary of new hires and recurrent training.
Provide analytical support to the Project Managers/Directors in understanding forecasted budget overruns/surpluses
Provide ad hoc reporting for the department as well as senior management
Address internal and external billing inquires
Prepare construction draw pay applications for submittal to financial institutions
Assists Managing Director of Construction with tracking all current project budgets vs. actuals from start to completion
Oversees and maintains all files and Project Directories.
Coordinates all processes for Purchase Order system
Prepares check requests including reviewing for accuracy, obtaining approval and submitting for payment.
Track lien waivers Prepare and process AIA contracts, Professional Service Agreements, Work Orders and Change Orders
Process vendor invoices
Monitor and track insurance compliance
Process Pre-Construction Meeting documents
Process Close out documents
Prepare expense reports
Performs other duties as assigned
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
Strong skill in analyzing and interpreting data.
Good computer skills including spreadsheet application, and database maintenance.
Knowledge of accounting concepts, techniques, and principles.
Must assume responsibility for accuracy and timeliness of work product.
Ability to prioritize tasks, meet deadlines and handle multiple projects.
Microsoft Office, QuickBooks, Microsoft Project, Adobe Acrobat

Construction Attorney 
Negotiating, reviewing, and managing all legal aspects of litigation, acquisition, development, financing, and sales;
Review and negotiate term sheets and other transaction documents for project acquisition and sale; manage outside counsel and project finance due diligence and project development related issues, including PPA, Interconnection, real estate, environmental, permitting, and regulatory; work with other internal teams on RFP bid support as needed;
Coordinate efforts with other internal teams to propose appropriate risk management, identify critical project risk issues and make recommendations and provide summation of documents for execution;
Litigation Management
  GL/Auto/WC Insurance, personal injury, breach of contract, tort, environmental
  Management of outside counsel, experts, consultants, budgets, discovery, and motions practice
  Courtroom experience preferred but not required
  Management of matters through complete lifecycle
  Strong research and writing skills with ability to communicate thoughts clearly and efficiently
Contract Claims/Change Order Requests
  Experience assisting project teams in requesting time extensions and associated financial compensation, from notice, to schedule analysis, to cost quantification, to presentation in front of finder of fact 
Contract Reviews
  Broad contract negotiating experience in both the private and public construction sectors with sensitivity to turnaround timelines
Bond Claims, Liens and Payment Issues
  Experience defending and bringing bond claims and liens.  Assisting project teams with payment issues of various types, involving the Owner, subcontractors, suppliers, consultants, etc.
 Lease Drafting and Reviews
  Land, software, and equipment leases primarily
Prequalification Support
  Experience with prequalification process and supporting prequalification teams
Generalist
  Willing to assist with general corporate matters

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS
Must be an active member of the Bar, in good standing
Juris Doctor degree from an accredited law program with minimum of 5 years of experience
Minimum of 3 years of significant real estate experience in project development
Experience in construction, development, clean or renewable energy is highly preferred
Willingness to travel, up to 10%
Must be a strong team player
High degree of professionalism and conduct at all times
Excellent organizational skills
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Ability to multi-task, set priorities, meet deadlines
Excellent academic and work credentials are required
Microsoft office suite proficiency required
Sales Manager 
Run sales meeting
Go over sales ratios and strive for better output
Handle all aspects of the sale through the “gate “of production installation.
Able to handle computer: sales force & managment software. 
Able to learn our “Niche construction” aspects and then able to train and run leads with our force
Hire- train -coach-replace-ability to interview hire

Construction sales manager trains, supervises and supports the sales team to supply knowledge, products, and services to our customers. They'll need to provide customer service to clients and businesses, as well as establish vendor relations with manufacturers and other suppliers. Administrative tasks generally include managing customer accounts and updating customer information, such as contact and billing methods.

As a manager, they'll also establish budgetary restrictions and measure costs for all of a company's projects. In the sales aspect of the profession, managers might need to propose marketing and promotions campaigns, perform demonstrations, maintain inventory, and establish procurement policies. They'll need to research and be familiar with new construction technologies and equipment, ensure the company's services comply with state and federal regulations, and provide written reports on all aspects of the sales department.

The construction sales manager has a variety of duties, including employee supervision, customer service, inventory control, and marketing. This job typically requires a bachelor's degree combined with 1-5 years of relevant sales or construction experience. This job might appeal to individuals with interests in construction, sales, and management.

Bachelor's degree preferred but not required. Some relevant experience in construction sales management include business administration, marketing, construction science, and technical sales management is a plus.