Mark III Construction

  • Electrical Project Manager

    Job Locations US-CA-Fresno
    Job ID
    Regular Full-Time
  • Overview

    Mark III Construction is growing and we want you to grow your career with us. We are currently seeking an Electrical Project Manager to oversee and manage large projects in the Fresno area. The Project Manager leads the project team and has overall accountability for completing assigned construction projects successfully. They assist in cultivating opportunities for future construction projects by providing excellent customer service, maintaining quality assurance, and building a financially successful project.


    • Managing all business aspects of multiple concurrent projects and ensuring financial targets are met while maintaining established quality standards.
    • Supervising and mentoring select project managers and assistant project managers on your team.
    • Actively maintaining customer relationships to ensure customer satisfaction and quality of service.
    • Managing all activities associated with materials, budgeting, and production for assigned project(s).
    • Planning, Estimating and scheduling resources to meet project milestones.
    • Acting as liaison with the customer and project staff to properly identify and process scope changes, address issues, communicate regarding project milestones, etc.
    • Managing project related correspondence and documents through designated document management system


    • Minimum 5 years of related project management experience with an electrical contractor, required ; commercial/industrial experience
    • Computer proficiency, particularly with the Microsoft Office suite.
    • Ability to multi-task in a high volume, fast-paced work environment with very tight deadlines.
    • Strong verbal and written communication skills.
    • Highly organized, detailed-oriented, and efficient.
    • Estimating experience with Timberline, preferred
    • Experience with Microsoft Project


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