Restoration Project Manager (BB-E1B3B)
Found in: Neuvoo CA
Description:Reports To: General Manager or Owner
What does a Restoration Project Manager (RPM) with Paul Davis do?
Why The Team Needs You? Serving others in their time of need is not easy. We will need you to build foundational relationships based on trust, actively listen, and find ways to manage a team to complete projects successfully. We also want a fun personality that enjoys getting results.
Why Join The Team? We are an industry leader in restoration and reconstruction for insurance providers and commercial properties throughout the United States and Canada. Built upon principles of customer service, dynamic decision-making and leadership, we have the tools to continue our rapid growth. Our team puts emphasis into living our Vision, Mission and Values to be more than just a service provider – our Restoration Project Managers are on the front lines of restoring their communities by leading others to complete construction projects on budget and up to the industry standard. You will have the autonomy after training to control your schedule and continually seek learning opportunities that will improve your skill set.
Values: Deliver what you promise. Respect the individual. Have pride in what you do. Practice continuous improvement.
Vision: To provide extraordinary care while serving people in their time of need.
Mission: To provide opportunities for great people to deliver Best in Class results.
Core Competencies :
· Customer Focus
· Time Management
· Adaptability/ Flexibility
· Planning and Organizing
· Result Focus
· Accountability and Dependability
· Ethics and Integrity
Desired Skills and Experience:
Salary: $50,000.00-$70,000.00 per year Are you Paul Davis?
Before You Can Take the Field: We require a criminal background and check. Working Conditions and Physical Requirements: The physical environment requires the employee to work all types of both indoor and outdoor conditions. Frequently required to use personal protective equipment, having ability to stand or walk, occasionally bending, squatting, climbing stairs and lifting up to 50 pounds.
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