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Implementation Consultant at Fast Enterprises, LLC
Contact: Taylor Kreider (fastcareers@gentax.com)
Location: Nation-wide

Description:

Congratulations on exploring your career opportunities with FAST and taking the first step to becoming a FASTie! A FASTie? Yes, a FASTie.

FAST-ie ’faeste noun

1. an energetic, intelligent, enthusiastic person who works at Fast Enterprises. 2. a person dedicated to modernizing government technology to better serve the general public. 3. someone who is open to adventure and wants to experience new places around the world. 4. someone who enjoys collaboration with clients and camaraderie with teammates while solving business and technology problems.

If the description below speaks to you, take 5 minutes (seriously, only 5 minutes) to apply!

As an Implementation Consultant on our team, you will be involved with all phases of the implementation of our software solution. We have sites across North America and abroad and candidates should be flexible with respect to work locations.
Candidates should possess a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in:
Computer Science
Computer/Management Information Systems, or
Mathematics

FAST may also consider graduates from other areas of study when supplemented with technical experience or aptitude. Candidates should also possess strong communication skills.

To apply: https://www.fastenterprises.com/careers/positions/


Data Warehousing & Analytics Consultant at Fast Enterprises
Contact:  Taylor Kreider (fastcareers@gentax.com)
Location:  United States

Description: At FAST, we specialize in providing premier products and services to government agencies. We work with city, county, state, provincial and national governments to implement systems that are used to administer a wide variety of public programs.
When you join FAST, you’ll be part of a team that provides quality customer service and superior solutions that are delivered on time and on budget.
To meet the needs of our employees, we provide competitive benefits packages in each of our business locations around the world.
As a Data Warehousing and Analytics Consultant on our team, you will be involved with data warehousing, business intelligence, and data analytics. We have sites across North America and abroad. Candidates should be flexible with respect to work locations.
Candidates should possess a degree in one of the following areas:
• Computer/Management Information Systems
• Computer Science
• Mathematics
FAST may also consider graduates from other areas of study when supplemented with technical experience or aptitude.
Candidates are not required to have a background in data warehousing and analytics. However, candidates should have an interest in working with data and performing data analysis. Strong communication skills are imperative
Exposure to specific technology is not required. However, 1-2 years of Data Warehousing or Analytics experience, and extensive knowledge of SQL, SQL Server, or Oracle DMBS is desirable.

To apply: To apply, please visit http://www.fastenterprises.com/careers/positions/

 


Surface Warfare Officer (SWO) at United States Navy
Contact:  Andrew Lund (Andrew.J.Lund1@navy.mil)
Location:  Nation-wide

Description: Surface Warfare Officers learn and apply the critical leadership and technical skills of junior executives and professional naval officers.

You will lead some of America’s finest men and women, taking charge of highly skilled professionals and millions of dollars’ worth of high-tech equipment. You will be responsible for challenging and inspiring your team to excel – learning flexibility, self-discipline, problem solving and analysis while developing total confidence in your own abilities. These skills prepare you for the ultimate challenge – command of ships at sea.

Surface Warfare Officers are assigned to ships in one of five groups:

Aircraft Carrier Forces: Provide air defense and shore bombardment from conventional and nuclear-powered aircraft carriers.
Cruiser-Destroyer Forces: Combat ships with a wide array of missile and fire power capabilities providing anti-air, anti-submarine and surface warfare support, escort and shore bombardment.
Amphibious Forces: Embark and transport vehicles, cargo and troops for amphibious assault operations.
Combat-Logistics Forces: Provide combatant ships with fuel, ammunition, food and spare parts through underway replenishment ships and repair, maintenance and rescue capabilities through fleet support ships.
Mine Warfare Forces: Detect, identify and neutralize threats to maritime forces from hostile use of mines.

ELIGIBILITY

Be a U.S. citizen.
Be at least 19 and under 32
Have a B.S. or B.A. degree from an accredited college or university.
Be physically qualified by Navy standards.

To apply: Contact the above person via email or call (808)688-3598. Additionally you can start your application online at https://www.navy.com/start.

 


Aviation Maintenance Duty Officer (AMDO) at United States Navy
Contact:  Andrew Lund (Andrew.J.Lund1@navy.mil)
Location:  Nation-wide

Description: Aviation Maintenance Duty Officer Positions Available.

When you become an Aviation Maintenance Duty Officer, you’re not just managing a team. You’re managing every piece of over eighty aircraft plus hundreds of personnel, requiring organization and focus that few can say they’ve mastered. You’re in charge of managing the repair and upkeep of our most lethal aviation assets. As an Aviation Maintenance Duty Officer, you lead a variety of rates who must work together to get our birds back into the sky.

Responsibilities:
Navy aircraft are among the most complex in the world. These machines see heavy use, and lives and missions depend on meticulous maintenance and repair. Aviation Maintenance Duty Officers deliver just that by keeping lives safe and aircraft functioning properly every day. Their responsibilities include:

·      Making certain all aircraft maintenance has been performed correctly
·      Influencing emerging aviation weapon system designs to reduce, simplify or eliminate maintenance actions
·      Providing operational support to the Fleet’s personnel and aircraft
·      Managing all material and manpower needed to support Flight Operations.

Education Opportunities:
Beyond professional credentials and certifications, you can advance your education as an Aviation Maintenance Duty Officer by attending the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) in Monterey, CA, where you may be able to earn a master’s or doctoral degree while being paid full-time. Wherever you are in your professional career, the Navy can help ease your financial burdens and advance your career with generous financial assistance and continuing education programs. Other opportunities for further education within this platform include:

·      Navy College Program
·      Vol-ED Assistance Center
·      Vol-ED Region Advisors
·      Navy War College (NWC)
·      USAF Air University Air Command and Staff College

Qualifications:
·      Must not have passed 42nd birthday at time of commissioning.
·      Enrolled in or graduated with a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in a technical or business nature.
·      GPA 3.0 or higher
·      Meet Navy medical and height/weight standards.
·      Must be US Citizen

To apply: Contact the above person via email or phone (808)688-3598.

 


Navy Nuclear Engineering Officer at United States Navy
Contact:  Andrew Lund (Andrew.J.Lund1@navy.mil)
Location:  Nation-wide

Description: The Nuclear Propulsion Officer Candidate Program is mainly designed for students who are approximate halfway through their second year of college. It is a direct path to becoming a nuclear trained officer in the US Navy for assignment to one of the 5 different positions which these nuclear trained officers fill. While in college, selection into the NUPOC program provides approximately $4000 a month (depending on your school’s zip code and associated tax-free housing allowance), until you complete school and move on to Officer Candidate School or Officer Development School in Newport, Rhode Island. There is no drill, no uniforms, no bootcamp before selection.

If you have already finished your degree, the program is still available to those who are within 12 months of finishing a Master’s degree, as well as those who have entered to civilian work force. Age restrictions vary, but generally 29 to 31 years old for fleet (submarines and aircraft carriers) and 39 years old for those who are pursuing Naval Reactors Engineer or Instructor jobs.

The intricate machinery aboard our nuclear-powered aircraft carriers and submarines is complex—but managing the intricacies between people demands just as much expertise. As part of the Navy’s Nuclear Propulsion Officer Candidate Program (NUPOC), you’ll join a world-renowned team of engineers, scientists and educators who manage the Sailors and maintain the propulsion plants for the Navy’s most important assets.

You could be in command of the entire propulsion plant on a billion-dollar warship, or you could serve as a Naval Reactors engineer in Washington DC, working with cutting-edge research and technology for future designs. There are also teaching positions available for Officers to instruct the next generation on the fundamentals of nuclear power. Your opportunities in the world of nuclear power are as diverse as your skillset.

Nuclear Jobs Available:
NAVAL REACTORS ENGINEER
Heavily involved with research and design of current and future Nuclear components and reactor safety technology. Shore-based position, usually out of Washington D.C.

NUCLEAR SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER
Nuclear-powered aircraft carriers are among our country’s most valuable tools of diplomacy. Join the nuclear-trained community of Officers who lead these incredible cities at sea.

NUCLEAR SUBMARINE OFFICERS
They’re among the most advanced, secretive vessels in the Navy, diving to undisclosed depths. And their Officers are among the most respected and most highly-trained. Navy Nuclear Submarine Officers lead a critically important team of Sailors and supervise all reactor operations aboard our subs, and that’s just the beginning.

NAVAL NUCLEAR POWER TRAINING UNIT INSTRUCTOR
Nothing projects naval power and capability more than our fleet of nuclear-powered aircraft carriers and submarines. Nuclear Power Training Unit Instructors provide hands-on training and direct oversight to nuclear-trained officers and enlisted personnel while operating a nuclear reactor aboard one of these vessels.

NAVAL NUCLEAR POWER SCHOOL INSTRUCTOR
For the Officers and Enlisted Sailors who work with nuclear power plants every day, it’s critical to have a solid understanding of how to operate them safely and effectively. Nuclear Power School Instructors are the Officers who provide this intensive – often classified – education.

PAY, BENEFITS & EDUCATION OPPORTUNITIES

Our people are our most valuable assets, so we care for them well. With world-class training, opportunity to pay for college and advanced degrees, access to the best health care in the country, retirement plans, tax incentives, and more perks than you could have imagined, Navy active-duty benefits are the most competitive out there.

•      Earn up to $168,300 while finishing your degree
•      Regular monthly income ranging from $3,280 to $5,610 for up to 30 months prior to your graduation
•      Free graduate education through Post 9/11 GI Bill
•      Receive an immediate one-time sign-on bonus of $15,000
•      30 days of paid vacation time each year
•      Competitive and pay and bonuses: Total compensation at 4 years of service for Lieutenant with dependents in San Diego, CA ($112,343.76)
•      Automatic Promotions based on ability and performance
•      Comprehensive medical and dental care at no cost to sailor
•      Low-cost childcare services
•      Opportunities to travel the world
•      Excellent retirement benefits including Blended Retirement System/Pension and 5% 401K Government matching contribution
•      Food allowances
•      A housing allowance that is based upon the location of the school you attend

QUALIFICATIONS & REQUIREMENTS

To be an eligible candidate, you must be:
•      A U.S. citizen
•      19-29 years old, with some waivers up to 39 years old.
•      In pursuit of a bachelor’s degree within 2.5 years from graduation and be currently enrolled full time, or have obtained a baccalaureate degree from an accredited institution
•      Completion of one year of calculus through differential and integral calculus with a grade of C or better
•      Completion of one year of calculus-based physics with a grade of C or better
•      Complete the rigorous NUPOC interview process with the Admiral in charge of the Naval Nuclear Propulsion program, who personally selects all prospective Nuclear Officers
•      Prior Service Navy and other branches of service are welcome to apply

Makeup of a competitive candidate:
•      GPA > 3.0, Major preferably in mathematics, engineering, physics, chemistry or other technical areas
•      Physical fitness
•      Extra-curricular activities
•      Community involvement
•      Outstanding character
•      Great leadership potential
•      Excellent communication skills

To apply: Contact the above person via email or phone (808)688-3598.

 


Civil Engineer Corp Officer at United States Navy
Contact:  Andrew Lund (Andrew.J.Lund1@navy.mil)
Location:  Nation-wide

Description: Every year huge investments are made on construction projects that support the Navy’s high-tech fleet
of ships, aircraft, equipment and personnel. At the center of these projects is a talented group of Civil
Engineers who help to ensure that each initiative is conceived, planned and completed on time, in
budget and according to specification. If you’ve ever dreamed of building the most advanced military
projects in history, the opportunity to become a Navy Civil Engineer awaits.

The CEC Collegiate Program introduces you to Navy life at your own pace. There are no uniforms, no
drilling, and no service obligation until after you graduate. Simply work toward your degree, earn as you
go, and then begin the process of becoming a commissioned Navy Civil Engineer Corps Officer.

RESPONSIBILITIES
As part of the Navy Civil Engineer Corps, you can receive unrivaled hands-on experience and advanced
training in civil engineering areas including architecture, construction engineering, environmental
engineering, water resources engineering, geotechnical engineering, hydraulic engineering, land
surveying, structural engineering, transportation engineering and community planning. You’ll quickly
find yourself in charge of vital Navy projects, where you might:
• Oversee construction of everything from runways to docks to buildings of all kinds
• Supervise and manage utilities and other critical services
• Manage a variety of skilled construction workers (Seabees)
• Arrange budgets and schedules
• Approve completed work
More specifically, you can focus your work on any or all of the following areas:
Contract Management—Be the primary contact between Navy and civilian contractors, managing
contracts worth up to hundreds of millions of dollars. Handle every aspect of a project from overseeing
construction to resolving design problems, to ensuring that payments are correctly processed.
Public Works—Assume responsibility for any of the hundreds of Navy shore facilities—some as large as
entire cities. Supervise and maintain utilities. Oversee construction and repair, manage budgets,
approve public works plans and provide services to visiting ships.
Construction Battalions—Command up to 600 Enlisted Seabee construction workers in the construction
of airfields, bridges, ports or buildings—all in support of both humanitarian outreach and military
deployment.

PAY AND BENEFITS
From the day you start, you’ll receive:
• Competitive salary
• Free health insurance
• Free housing
• A retirement plan
• 30 days paid vacation per year

EDUCATION OPPORTUNITIES
Prospective Navy Civil Engineers may qualify for the Civil Engineer Collegiate (CEC) Program, which earns
between $2,900 and $5,800 per month, depending on your rank and basic allowance for house, while in
school. If accepted into the program, you will earn a salary and medical benefits while you’re in school
for up to 24 months.
Following your initial tour as a Civil Engineer, you can attend the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) in
Monterey, CA, where you may be able to earn a master’s or doctoral degree while being paid full-time.
Opportunities for further education within this platform include:
• Post-9/11 GI Bill
• Navy Tuition Assistance Program
• Navy College Program
• VOLED Assistance Center
• VOLED Region Advisors
• Navy War College (NWC)
• USAF Air University Air Command and Staff College

QUALIFICATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS
• U.S. citizen
• Bachelor’s degree—preferably in the field of civil, mechanical or electrical engineering

To apply: Contact the above person via email or phone (808) 688-3598.

 


E.I.T. Civil or Structural Engineer at Hawai’i Off Grid
Contact:  Joyce Kim (Joyce@hawaiioffgrid.com)
Location:  Haiku, Maui, Hawai’i

Description: Aloha!

We’re a local Architecture firm located in Maui that focuses on sustainability and modern design and looking for a Structural and/or Civil Engineer to join our growing team. Our goal is to find a long-term employee that will grow with us and be an integral part of our firm.

Successful Candidates will have:
– A bachelor’s or professional degree in Engineering (Civil or Structural)
– 1-3 years of experience in a professional setting
– Strong design and 3D modeling skills
– Have experience in working in a collaborative environment to develop projects.
– Demonstrate effective problem-solving and communication skills
– Capable of managing multiple projects at a time as well as a varied project list
– Detailed, organized, and good at time management

Job Requirements:
– Full-time (40 hours/week) and in-person position. This is not a remote position.
– This position requires experience in AutoCAD, SAP2000, or comparable
– Will need to be or become experienced in ArchiCad, 3D modeling, and Adobe suite as part of the design and documentation process.
-Experience with 3D printers, Monday Project Management Software, renewable energy, and construction experience is a plus.

What we offer:
– You will be working under a licensed professional Structural Engineer and/or licensed Civil Engineer.
– The goal of this position is to professionally develop and receive licensure within 5 years which we’re happy to provide support.
– There will be a three-month training/trial period.
– Compensation commensurate with experience.
– Health, Dental, and Vision Insurance
– Retirement – IRA
– 12 PTO days a year (which will be available to use after 1 year of employment)
– 12 paid holidays a year

Responsibilities may increase in the future, but that would be accompanied by more compensation.

We are looking for a long-term t

To apply: If you think you’re the right person for the position, please respond to this email with:
– Cover Letter
– CV/Resume
– Portfolio or examples of your work
– References
– Desired Compensation

Also, in your email response please include a bit about yourself and why you’d like to work for our firm.
We look forward to meeting you!

 


Junior Estimator (Entry Level) at Jas. W. Glover, Ltd.
Contact:  Wun Shen Chen (wunshenc@gloverltd.com)
Location:  Honolulu, HI

Description: Jas. W. Glover, Ltd., a locally owned and operated general contracting company with license number ABC-3, has proudly served Hawai’i’s construction industry since 1935. The company maintains operations on Oahu, Hawai’i and Kaua’i. On the island of Hawai’i, the company quarries basaltic rock and manufactures ready mix concrete, asphaltic concrete, hollow tile block, and precast concrete products. On the island of Kaua’i, the company mines and produces graded aggregates and limestone sand from two quarries. On the island of Oahu, the company performs work as a prime and subcontractor for the military, public and private sectors.

General Tasks (but not limited to):
-Conduct quantity & material takeoffs.
-Conduct field measurements and participate in pre-construction meetings.
-Communicate and meet with other vendors & subcontractors.
-Ability to read plans and specifications to formulate a work scope & schedule.
-Ability to perform misc. calculations.
-Ability to multitask and work on multiple projects at the same time.
-Assist in project engineering work.
-Maintain general documents and perform misc. office tasks.

Position Openings: 1 – 2 full time positions available. Any engineering major is welcomed, preferably civil engineering.

To apply: Please send your contact info & resume to marcn@gloverltd.com & wunshenc@gloverltd.com

 


Project Engineer at Integrated Construction, Inc.
Contact: Bobby Balais (bobby@integratedhawaii.com)
Location: ‘Aiea, HI

Description: Duties include:

  • Preparing & processing required material submittals.
  • Preparing & submitting RFIs (Requests for Information).
  • Preparing & issuing subcontract documents.
  • Preparing material purchase orders.
  • Attend project & safety meetings.
  • Prepare weekly schedules, assist with coordination of field crews & subcontractors and monitor overall project progress.
  • Generate monthly project billings

Qualified Candidates should possess the following:

  • B.S. Degree in Engineering or Construction Management.
  • Be able to work full time with a start time of 7:00 am.
  • Able to multitask and be highly organized.
  • Have a valid Hawai’i driver’s license.

To apply: Send cover letter and resume to Bobby Balais at bobby@integratedhawaii.com

 


Project Engineer at Waialua Plumbing
Contact:  Michael Yamada (Wpm@waialuapm.com)
Location:  Honolulu/’Aiea, HI

Description: Processing Materials Submittals
Submitting RFI
Attend project meetings
ordering of job materials
Monitor projects
generate Schedule of values
able to multi  task
Highly Organized
Have a valid Drivers license

To apply: Contact Michael Yamada
Waialua Plumbing
99-1405 koaha unit C aiea hawaii
Wpm@waialuapm.com
(808) 226-3216

 


Project Engineer at Paradigm Construction LLC
Contact:  Alex Kwon (alexk@paradigmhi.com)
Location:  Waipahu, HI

Description: QUALIFICATIONS:
1.      BS in Engineering, Architecture, or Construction Management
2.      Valid Driver’s License

BENEFITS:
1.      Full Medical Benefits
2.      Paid Vacation & Holidays
3.      Profit Sharing/401K/Bonus
4.      Five Days Sick Leave

RESPONSIBILITIES (including but not limited to):

For Estimating & Project Management:

1.      Detailed quantity takeoffs
2.      Obtain material and Subcontractor quotes
3.      Processing Submittals and maintaining submittal logs
4.      Preparing RFIs and RFI tracking
5.      Assist Project Foreman with field coordination
6.      Assist Estimating
7.      Preparing monthly billings
8.      Processing material and subcontractor invoices
9.      Prepare correspondence with owner/developer/government agencies
10.     Prepare and track change proposals and change orders
11.     Monitor field production and job costs as required
12.     Prepare and Maintain CPM Schedule
13.     Maintain As-Built Drawings
14.     Prepare Budgets & Purchasing

Paradigm Construction LLC,  is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, protected veteran status or other characteristics protected by law

To apply: Please submit your resume via email to alexk@paradigmhi.com.

 


Assistant Superintendent at Layton Construction Company, LLC
Contact:  Mia Checkley (mcheckley@laytonconstruction.com)
Location:  Hawai’i

Description: Summary

Under the guidance of the Site Superintendent and in partnership with the Project Manager, develops, manages, and completes a job plan for an assigned job.

Duties and Responsibilities

Review plans and specifications to have a comprehensive knowledge of job requirements.
Develop job plan, including schedule, access, manpower, building requirements, etc.
Procure tools, labor and some materials.
Interact with architects and owners to resolve job issues.
Meet with General Superintendent regularly for additional training and development.
Communicate construction issues and progress to supervisory personnel engaged in coordinating various phases of construction; craft personnel to update and gather input; subcontractors prior to mobilization to review scope of work and schedule and prior to each phase of work on schedule and phasing requirements; clients to update them on project’s progress; and the General Superintendent for input and guidance.
Work with supervisors and labor representatives to resolve problems with the project work force.
Confer with supervisory and engineering personnel and/or inspectors and suppliers of tools and materials to resolve construction problems and to improve construction methods.
Inspect work in progress to ensure that work conforms to specifications and construction schedules.
Manage the project based on progress reports, materials used and costs and adjust work schedules accordingly.
Work with Manager of Field Operations to move personnel from project to project to maximize resources.
Handle crew mixes and work assignments to manage labor costs.
Terminate craft personnel who are not performing according to policies, procedures, or job requirements.
Work with Project Manager in preparing the Project Management Plan.
May track and price extra work tickets, change requests and back charges to cover extra expenses.
Comply with all safety policies, practices and procedures. Report unsafe activities to supervisor and/or Safety.
Demonstrate integrity; maintain professional standards of conduct and ethics; and follow company policies and procedures.
Participate actively in team environment and contributes to successful completion of team goals.
Accept accountability for both individual and team performance.
Performs other related duties as assigned.
Qualifications
Bachelor’s degree in construction management or related field, or the equivalent combination of education and experience.
Prior field experience in commercial construction.
A demonstrated knowledge of construction processes.
A valid driver’s license.
Knowledge of building codes and blueprints.
Knowledge of subcontractors’ scopes of work and quality requirements.
Good written and oral communication skills.
Has strong problem solving skills, showing the ability to deal with a variety of variables given general construction and concrete placement principles with moderate structure and direction, and interprets a variety of complex instructions.
The ability to proactively manage personnel issues.
Good organizational skills.
The ability to process information quickly and follow through with a course of action.
Operates office equipment, such as computer, printer, fax, copier, and telephone.
Two to three year’s prior field experience in commercial construction preferred.
Craft skills in concrete, or other building trades or equipment operation preferred.
Benefits

Here at Layton, we pride ourselves on offering competitive benefits packages that will suit your needs, including: Medical with HSA option, Dental, Vision, PTO, 401K with match, and more!

EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES FOR ALL – Layton Construction is an equal opportunity employer. We evaluate qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, and other legally protected characteristics

To apply: Email Mia at the address above.

 


Project Manager at Layton Construction Company, LLC
Contact:  Mia Checkley (mcheckley@laytonconstruction.com)
Location:  Hawai’i

Description: Summary

The Project Manager is responsible for the overall planning, management, and execution of work for assigned construction projects. May be assigned responsibility for one or more projects at a time. Maximizes project profitability and promote the Layton objectives and goals. Achieves quality and safety standards and meets owner expectations.

Duties and Responsibilities

Assists in the preparation of estimates for the project.
Prepares project budgets and unit cost reports.
Leads the project team in preparing the project management plan (PMP).
Participates in value engineering services as appropriate.
Organizes and conducts pre-award and pre-construction meetings.
Participates in the negotiation and preparation of project subcontracts.
Participates in obtaining permits and resolving other regulatory requirements as necessary.
Prepares a project schedule and develops milestones necessary to successfully complete the project in concert with the project superintendent.
Obtains plans and specifications and determines their completeness and consistency.
Assists business development personnel as requested.
Plans the successful execution of the construction contract.
Manages project materials and equipment procurement within the project’s budget constraints and consistent with the project delivery schedule.
Develops and monitors project quality, safety, and risk management plans.
Monitors the project site for cost, safety, quality, and schedule performance with the project superintendent.
Evaluates the schedule as necessary to meet milestones and financial goals.
Negotiates owner and subcontractor change orders and manages the resulting cost and profit impact.
Develops the monthly client pay requests and follows up on collection.
Controls the payment of job costs based on document review and approval. Coordinates with the job cost accountant for payments and lien releases.
Participates in monthly job cost reviews to declare project status.
Attends and documents owner and other coordination meetings.
Coordinates all final close out procedures for the project including as-built drawings,
close out, letter of substantial completion, and letter of recommendation.
Interacts with Estimating to provide project cost information for the estimating database.
Directs organization and preparation of all project documents for storage.
Participates in PM training.
Interacts with all company departments to ensure company policy and procedures are carried out and corporate objectives achieved.
Uses tact to maintain relationships with vendors, owners, architects, community and state officials and the general public.
Qualifications

Bachelor’s degree in civil engineering, construction management or related field, or the equivalent education and experience.
Minimum of four or more years project management experience.
Has a valid driver’s license and a good driving record.
Has an in-depth knowledge of commercial construction processes.
Understands estimating concepts to the level required to verify bids, understand market rates, and to process change orders, etc.
Understands contractual language and concepts and how to protect the company while providing quality service to the client.
Has a working knowledge of construction laws and practices.
Understands building codes and other design requirements to the extent necessary for the project.
Reads and understands plans, blueprints, and specifications.
Has high standards of ethical conduct regarding organizational policies.
Knows how to use effective interpersonal communication skills such as sensitivity and discernment.
Effective working as a team member to achieve organizational and customer goals.
Skilled at making verbal presentations. Demonstrates poise and mastery of language.
Uses proper grammar and syntax when writing.
Knows how to delegate. Uses subordinates effectively.
Can discern customer needs. Determines which needs can reasonably be met, then follows through.
Knows how to present a professional demeanor in dress and speech. Makes a positive impression on customers.
Has strong negotiation skills.
Knows how to analyze data and use the analysis to solve problems.
Knows how to manage processes to achieve challenging goals. Is a self-starter. Works independently.
Knows how to operate office equipment, such as computer, printer, phone, copier, fax, etc.
Professional affiliation (e.g., AGC member) and professional credentials (e.g., Professional Engineer (PE)) preferred.
Community service participation preferred.
Ability to speak basic Spanish commands, questions, and instructions regarding construction preferred.
Benefits

Here at Layton, we pride ourselves on offering competitive benefits packages that will suit your needs, including: Medical with HSA option, Dental, Vision, PTO, 401K with match, and more!

EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES FOR ALL – Layton Construction is an equal opportunity employer. We evaluate qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, and other legally protected characteristics

To apply: Email Mia at the above email address.

 


IT Infrastructure Engineer at Network 2000, LLC
Contact:  Mike Hirai (mhirai@network2000-hi.com)
Location:  Honolulu, HI

Description: An exciting position with our IT Design and Engineering team.  Engineers provide IT solutions for many of Hawaii’s fortune 100 in Hawaii.
The team provides solutions for data center, wifi, WAN, cloud and security.
Excellent pay, incentive and benefits packages.

To apply: Email resumes to: HR@network2000-hi.com

 


Project Manager at Earthworks Pacific, Inc.
Contact:  Matt Reeves (matt@earthworkspacific.com)
Location:  Lihue, HI

Description: Earthworks Pacific Inc. is looking to hire Project Managers/Engineers. We are a Heavy, Civil, site work, and underground utility contractor for the public and private sectors of the Hawaiian Islands since 2003. This is a great working environment to utilize your knowledge and abilities to excel and grow in your line of work.

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES
Supervise sub-contractors and employees to perform daily work
Communicate Change order issues with Owners/Subcontractors
Prepare budget based on the scope of work and maintain costs on projects
Maintain & monitor RFI and Submittal logs
Develop and manage a detailed project schedule and work plan to meet deadlines, schedule manpower, equipment and minimize the impact of negative weather
Inspect work-in-progress to ensure that work conforms to the specifications and construction schedules
Maintain an open line of communication with the office and complete requirements (Timecards, invoices, etc.)
Responsible for keeping the job site clean, complying with the safety policies, practices, and procedures

QUALIFICATIONS
General knowledge of building details and construction process
Proven ability to solve problems creatively and efficiently
Familiarity with project management software tools, methodologies, and best practices
Ability to read construction plans/drawings and convey this information to others
Excellent analytical skills
General understanding of codes and zoning
Proven ability to complete projects according to outlined scope, budget, and timeline

Compensation and Benefits:
• Competitive salary
• Our benefits include – Medical/Dental/Vision, 401K Plan, Personal Time Off, Paid Holidays, Flexible Spending Plan, and more.
• Company Culture: learning and growth opportunities, rewarding projects, free educational ongoing learning
We are an equal-opportunity employer

To apply: Email cover letter and resume to Matt Reeves:  matt@earthworkspacific.com

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