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Sleeping Dog Properties Assistant Project Manager in Boston, Massachusetts

Are you seeking a dynamic opportunity within a sophisticated residential design and build construction company in the downtown Boston area?

Sleeping Dog Properties is a Boston-based design-build company founded in 1993. We have chosen to specialize within the construction industry by offering only experiences of exceptional quality. Our objective is to be recognized as the company that manages the finest residential, unique hospitality, and flagship retail projects in Boston and New England. We create properties of enduring value using superior design and finishes and support them with a deeply instilled ethic of personal service. Doing so allows Sleeping Dog Properties, Inc. to satisfy the needs and tastes of our discerning clients and to maintain our position as one of the industry’s best performers.

We are actively seeking candidates with experience in Assistant Project Management specifically within high-end residential.

In this role the APM would be acting as a liaison with our Owners, Architects, Engineers and Tenants regarding project feasibility, cost, scheduling, completion, and close-out for multiple residential and commercial construction projects. This position is also responsible for design development participation, coordination drawings, pre-construction, construction and tenant coordination. The Assistant Project Manager will also maintain constant and effective communications with all team members, internal/external customers and vendors. The APM is the go-to person on the project. This position is the Hub of the project that all things must go through.

The Assistant Project Manager should have participated in complex medium sized projects of $50k- $5M projects.

Major Responsibilities

  • Work with the Project Manager and Site Supervisors to produce and turn over work to clients

  • Coordinate with Project Superintendent in development of a project site logistics plan

  • Maintain thorough understanding of the AIA Owner contract

  • Oversee the pay request process

  • Monitor project costs and Job Cost Report

  • Analyze and forecast quarterly Total Cost Projection reports

  • Implement and monitor training of all staff personnel

  • Monitor project labor and vendor performance

  • Review and approve material, forming system and equipment needs

  • Assist Estimating in Change Order Process

  • Implement applicable safety

  • Lead the project’s quality process

  • Develop, schedule and lead project close-out processes



  • Minimum 3+ years’ experience specifically within high-end residential construction

  • The Assistant Project Manager should have participated in complex medium sized projects of $50k-$5M projects.

  • Handling at least 4+ projects at once

  • Procore experience a plus


  • Health Insurance

  • Dental Insurance

  • 3 weeks PTO/sick time

  • 10 work from home days per year

  • Gym reimbursements

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