Project Administrator (Commercial Building Construction)
- Posted: over a month ago
PJ Dick, a leading regional building construction services company is looking for a Project Administrator to join its Operations team to assist in managing projects in the Pittsburgh region.
The PJ Dick/Trumbull and The Lindy Group family of construction companies is a premier provider of comprehensive general contracting and construction management services. Consistently ranked one of the Top 100 Contractors nationally by Engineering News-Record, and regionally as one of Pittsburgh's "Best Places to Work," we attract the finest talent to deliver quality projects across our markets.
Organize and process a variety of company and owner documents for numerous construction projects. Provide administrative support for multiple project managers, project executives, and project engineers on construction projects.
- Organizing and processing a variety of company and owner documents for numerous construction projects, working on multiple tasks and shifting priorities simultaneously and managing deadlines.
- Prepares and manages owner contract documents.
- Prepares subcontractor/supplier documents as needed (change orders, releases, joint check agreements, correspondence, etc.)
- Collect and review certified payroll from subcontractors.
- Varied responsibilities encompassing projects from beginning to end.
- Perform additional assignments per supervisor's/groups direction.
SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE, QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:
Education and experience requirements include: four year college degree or 5 years of related office management experience, and a valid driver's license. Proficient in Microsoft Excel and Word, with exposure to other types of computer software. Prior work in a construction environment preferred.
We are an Equal Opportunity and VEVRAA Federal Contracting Employer: We encourage Covered Veterans, Minorities, Females, and Disabled Individuals to apply.
PJ Dick-Trumbull-Lindy Group
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