Skanska Assistant Program Manager - SIS in Boston, Massachusetts
We are looking for an Assistant Construction Program Manager with experience managing commercial building sector projects to join our team. This is a great opportunity to start a career with a company that builds things that matter and values its team. We are proud to share our culture of diversity and inclusion.
Our work makes a clear contribution to society and the environment around us. We build in many different verticals. (https://www.usa.skanska.com/who-we-are/media/brochures/) Whether we are building schools to provide inspiring spaces for learning, roads to connect communities, or hospitals to care for patients, it all contributes to our purpose – we build for a better society.
Skanska's values —Be Better Together, Act Ethically and Transparently, Commit to Customer and Care for Life—are deeply engrained in how we work, which is why our values support and drive our D&I efforts.
Skanska Integrated Solutions (SIS)
Skanska provides construction project management consulting services through our in-house group known as Skanska Integrated Solutions (SIS). With a 30-year track record of success, SIS functions as an “extension of staff” and is a trusted advisor to its clients. As your partner and advocate at every step, we enable you to maintain direct control over your project allowing you to stay focused on the day-to-day responsibilities of running your facilities. Skanska’s construction and project delivery expertise translates directly into maximum savings and quality.
Acting in the role of Owner’s Agent, the Assistant Project Manager is responsible for the planning and on-site execution of projects from initiation through completion of construction by providing project leadership, communication, coordination, and conflict resolution to ensure project goals are met. The position requires business management acumen and must demonstrate strong leadership, organizational, and time management skills, as well as strong communication and client service skills.
Assistant Program Manager Required Qualifications:
1+ Years experience in a Project Management role managing commercial building sector projects costs of at least $5 Million.
3+ Years experience working within a project team contributing to coordination, development, and/or tracking of various project needs such as RFIs, submittals, pay applications, document control, project reporting, cost events, schedule updates and close-out activities.
2+ years working with a preconstruction team to plan projects for success (e.g., procurement, logistics planning, scope reviews, budgeting and costing).
5+ Years of experience reading and understanding construction plans and drawings and the technical specifications associated with drawings.
Bachelor’s Degree – Construction Management, Engineering, or equivalent or 8 years equivalent experience plus minimum 5 years prior relevant experience.
Currently, the company is not considering applicants for this position who now or in the future require employment sponsorship by the company.
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As a Skanska community, our values ground us, and our diversity of experience propels us forward. No matter what your career stage, there’s a place for you to thrive here and partner with us in shaping how our world lives, moves, and connects.
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Come work with us and join a winning team!
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