September 5, 2018

Project Manager, American Capital Group, posted 9/5/18

We are adding add a New Construction PROJECT MANAGER to our growing team!*

American Capital Group (ACG) is a Vertically Integrated, Full Service, privately owned Real Estate Company founded in 1986 that has developed and built 81+ properties with a value in excess of $2+ billion. The firm currently has 10 developments in various stages of planning and construction and has $725 million of assets under management. With extensive experience in investment across the risk spectrum and various multifamily property types, and a commitment to excellence, ACG is a leading private Real Estate Organization. American Home Builders is a valued division of ACG and is responsible for the total construction of our real estate projects.

Qualified candidates must have experience managing large scale Multi-Family construction projects within the last 10 years, must be willing to relocate to the Seattle, WA area and must be willing to travel due to multi-state project locations. Main responsibilities include managing subcontractors and suppliers, cost monitoring, and scheduling.




We Offer Excellent Compensation Projects Including

  • Competitive base salary (DOE)
  • Benefits enrollment from day one of employment
  • Cell and computer provided
  • Generous vacation/ sick leave and 10 holidays + two personal days
  • Current 10% match 401(k)  plan
  • Open door policies, great family oriented environment!


  • New Construction Project Manager
  • Exempt position
  • Based out of Bellevue, WA .Worksite location at construction jobsite trailer, or main offices, depending on company needs.
  • Reports to VP of Construction & Executive Team Members.
  • Works closely with Project Managers, Project Superintendents, Jobsite Staff, Main Office Staff, Vendors, and Engineers.
  • Travel may be required.




Main responsibilities include coordinating subcontractors and suppliers, cost monitoring, and scheduling.

  • Bidding to include: Quantity take-offs and estimating all labor and materials, including material suppliers and sub-contractors; procuring the lowest competitive bids for all aspects of construction the assigned projects; contacting all utilities, city, county and other appropriate agencies to determine required fees and/or charges for the project.
  • Planning to include : working with scheduling department to establish the project schedule and update the project schedule weekly, Develop building by building tower schedules for the entire assigned project and update weekly; supervising the Project Superintendents in scheduling sub-contractors and material deliveries to complete the project.
  • Organizing to include: identifying problems or potential problems as they relate to the organization of the job; prioritizing tasks to provide a smooth flow of progress throughout the project; supervising the tasks and responsibilities assigned to employees and subcontractors; making frequent visits to the project site, verifying that the site is organized and clean, and that satisfactory progress is being made in order to meet the established schedule milestones.
  • Supervising to include : directing with authority the Project Superintendents and being accountable for the entire project; negotiating and writing all sub-contracts; implementing material processing; tracking all costs incurred; review all time sheets submitted; problem solve with architects, engineers, and local authorities.
  • Documentation to include: writing and signing all Purchase Orders, change orders, and back charges; monitoring sub-contractors agreements and providing written notices if they are not meeting the terms of their commitments.
  • Quality Control to include : assuring all procedures and workmanship meet AHBI standards; verifying that the required inspections are made by the appropriate governing authorities; inspecting and noting deficiencies that need correction prior to unit inspection by the owner; making sure all requirements are met at close-out of project, and that permanent occupants are obtained from the governing Building Department.
  • Communication to include: The Project Manager is responsible to verify that the Project Superintendent(s) under his direct supervision regularly update the Total Project Schedule and the Individual Building Tower Schedules, ensuring that the onsite schedule documentation is kept current.
  • Safety and Security to include: verifying that the project has a complete inventory of tools on file and that the tools are being maintained; enforcing the Company Safety and Security Policy and Procedures on the project site at all times.

Required Experience

  • —Candidates must have 10 years’ experience managing large scale Multi-family construction projects.
  • —Computer skills required: Primavera for scheduling and Microsoft Office applications for documentation and reporting.
  • —Individuals must possess leadership abilities, be capable of problem solving, and exhibit strong verbal and written communication.

Skills and Specialized Knowledge

  • Excellent communication skills.
  • The ability to effectively communicate with governing agencies and inspectors.
  • Advance knowledge of construction management processes, means and methods.
  • Thorough knowledge of building codes and safety standards is essential.
  • Ability to plan and organize a team effort.
  • Capacity to motivate, lead and boost morale of the teams.
  • Competent in conflict and crisis management.
  • Effective time management and logical decision-making ability.
  • Be a positive, effective team leader.
  • Ability to handle pressure.
  • Strong focus on quality.
  • Recent working knowledge and competence of Microsoft Office, including Outlook, Excel, Word, MS Project, Procore and PlanSwift.

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We are an equal opportunity employer. Candidates selected for hire must be able to pass a pre-employment/ post hire drug screen and background check.