Assistant Project Manager

Role and Responsibilities

  • The Assistant Project Manager supports the Business and Project Development team by maintaining the relationships with clients, assembling proposals and bids, managing projects, assembling, and submitting submittals and close-outs, attending bid/bid opening/progress meetings, and generating documentation/administrative items on projects.
  • Scopes of work includes all facets of building exterior restoration and waterproofing and parking deck rehabilitation. Including masonry repair and restoration, sealants, waterproof coatings, above and below-grade waterproofing, historical building restoration, concrete repair, waterproof deck coatings, building cladding, expansions joints, and exterior water management and drainage
  • Maintain relationships with existing and new client bases
  • Assist with project take-off and estimates to include gathering project cost pricing
  • Submit full and comprehensive pre-qualification applications and bid submissions
  • Support the management of subcontractors
  • Create, maintain, and communicate project schedules
  • Process contract documentation- Request for Information, Request for Change, Change Orders, and associated logs
  • Communicate with Clients, including regular progress meetings and necessary documentation
  • Participate in ordering materials and equipment for projects
  • Help ensure project quality
  • Safety is everyone’s job. Our Safety goal is zero incidents and no recordables. Includes ensuring all safety requirements and policies are being followed, execution of weekly toolbox topics, safety training and evolving a safety culture
  • Assist with assembling monthly project billing
  • Ensure projects are well documented through production tracking, daily reports, pictures, as-builts, unit tracking, etc
  • Assist with project money collections as required
  • Know and be a good steward of the company Mission Statement, Vision Statement, and Core Values
  • The goal of this position is to learn this industry and hone one’s skills to move into a full-fledged Business and Project Developer role. This will start by first assisting that team, then taking on some sole project responsibilities, then more, and finally a full promotion


  • High School diploma or equivalent required
  • Two-year college degree in Construction Management or related field preferred
  • Must be proficient at the Microsoft suite of Office programs

Preferred Skills

  • Prior construction management experience
  • Use of Procore – project management software
  • Must be able to stand and sit for extended periods of time. Must be able to climb and balance on equipment, ladders, and scaffold
  • Must be able to lift more than 50 pounds and maneuver around a jobsite
  • Valid Driver’s License

Job Details

Job Title

Purchasing Agent


Sales & Operations



Level/Salary range

$40-60K plus quarterly commission

Benefits Offered


Job Category

Project Manger

HR Contact

HR Manager

Travel Required

Some Travel Required

Position Type

Full time
In person at Charlotte office

Date Posted


Reports To

Director of Project Management

Report From


Reople to Coordinate Your Efforts

Clients, Operations Manager, Business & Development Team, Warehouse & Equipment Manager, Field Technicians & Superintendents, Contract Administrator, and SRA Support Staff