Careers2018-10-09T13:50:54+00:00

CAREERS

Industry Opportunities

Single Family Experienced Finish Carpenters-Taylor Trim & Supply, Inc., San DiegoOctober 9, 2018
Multi Family Experienced Finish Carpenters-Taylor Trim & Supply, Inc., San DiegoOctober 9, 2018
New Home Consultant-Lennar, San DiegoSeptember 6, 2018
Project Manager-KCM Group, San DiegoAugust 28, 2018
Environmental Compliance Coordinator (Storm Water) – QSP-KCM Group, San DiegoJuly 18, 2018
Project Manager-Brookfield Residential, San DiegoJune 25, 2018
Office Administrator-Hill Construction Co. - Servicing both the San Diego & Orange County officesJune 14, 2018
Assistant Project Manager-Hill Construction Co. - San Diego, Orange County & LAJune 14, 2018
Storm Water Compliance Associate-Alta Environmental, OceansideJune 7, 2018
Purchasing Assistant/Contract Administrator-ColRich, San DiegoJune 6, 2018
Assistant Superintendent-ColRich, San DiegoJune 6, 2018

Single Family Experience Finish Carpenter – Taylor Trim & Supply, Inc., San Diego

At Taylor Trim & Supply, Inc., we pride ourselves in exceeding customers’ expectations through value engineering, performing superior work, and completing jobs on time. Our mission is to bring peace of mind in a complex industry and elicit pride within our communities. The culture of Taylor Trim & Supply, Inc. is unique from other trim companies because we promote teamwork and strive to maintain a family-like environment throughout the organization. If you see yourself working in this type of environment and have the following qualifications, we encourage seek employment with us.

We are looking for individuals experienced in installing doors, trim and hardware including vertical rods and panic hardware.

Jobs located throughout the Southern California area.

The current rate of pay for experienced finish carpenters is between $15.00-$23.00 per hour

Position Overview: Performs installation of trim and finish carpentry products on or in single family home communities

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Commits to working an eight hour day in the field with possible overtime and weekend work as needed
2. Helpful but not required knowledge of installation of vertical rod and panic hardware
3. Installs entry door lock up, towel bars, toilet paper holders, grab bars, interior door knobs. Also thresholds, door bottoms.
4. Installs items such as shelf & pole, stool & apron, cap & apron, bypass doors & track, mantels, box & case and or crown molding
5. Participates in onsite safety meetings every 10 days, and other meetings as required
6. Reads blueprints, sketches, or building plans to layout and determine dimensions and materials required
7. Shapes or cuts materials to specified measurements, using hand tools, machines or power saws
8. Follows established safety rules and regulations and maintains a safe and clean environment
9. Uses levels on door jambs and on any other install material that is required to be level and plumb.
10.Erects ladders for assembling structures above ground level
11.Other duties as assigned
12 Install Exterior wood and hollow metal frames. Knowledge as to installing Andersen French Doors is helpful.

Experience and Qualifications and Requirements:
1. Field Installers must have own tools for use at job sites and must have all safety’s install on all power tools.
2. Knowledge and experience with finish carpentry and hardware materials including
3 Minimum of 1 year of experience in finish carpentry and hardware experience.
4. Must hold a valid California driver’s license and drive a personal truck or vehicle
5. Ability to read and understand construction blueprints
6. Ability to clearly communicate verbally and in writing in English
7. Ability to work safely at jobsites compensation

We do not install cabinetry. We are looking for individuals that have the above experience; however we will train if you are not fully experienced. Individuals looking for full time employment.

Must have own tools and transportation to job-sites. All employees are expected to have a can-do attitude.

When applying please include your expected pay range.

*We do pre-employment drug screening

Great Benefit options: Medical, Dental and Vision after 60 days. Taylor Trim & Supply contributes $350.00 per month to offset the cost of the premiums. 401k benefits option after 1 year if service with the company.

If interested in this position please email your resume to careers@taylortrim.com or fax to 760-740-2015. You may also apply in person at Taylor Trim & Supply, Inc. 2061 Aldergrove Ave., Escondido, CA 92029 during our business hours. Or regular business hours are Monday through Friday from 7:00 AM to 3:30 PM. Please feel free to contact Denise Bever to obtain more information. (760) 740-2000

Multi Family Experience Finish Carpenter – Taylor Trim & Supply, Inc., San Diego

At Taylor Trim & Supply, Inc., we pride ourselves in exceeding customers’ expectations through value engineering, performing superior work, and completing jobs on time. Our mission is to bring peace of mind in a complex industry and elicit pride within our communities. The culture of Taylor Trim & Supply, Inc. is unique from other trim companies because we promote teamwork and strive to maintain a family-like environment throughout the organization. If you see yourself working in this type of environment and have the following qualifications, we encourage seek employment with us.

We are looking for individuals experienced in installing doors, trim and hardware on Condominiums and apartments.

Jobs located throughout the Southern California area.

The current rate of pay for experienced finish carpenters is between $18-25 per hour

Requirements include experience with each of the following:
-Must have Production Finish Carpentry experience
-Lockup
-Exterior frames and doors
-Pre hung & pre fit doors and jambs
-Commercial hardware
-Shelf & pole
-Weather stripping
-Interior hardware
-Wall mount handrail
-Bath and restroom accessories
-Hollow metal doors and frames
-Timely frames
-Andersen French Door experience helpful

We do not install cabinetry. We are looking for individuals that have the above experience; however we will train if you are not fully experienced. And individuals looking for full time employment.

Must have own tools and transportation to job-sites. All employees are expected to have a can-do attitude.

When applying please include your expected pay range.

*We do pre-employment drug screening

Great Benefit options: Medical, Dental and Vision after 60 days. Taylor Trim & Supply contributes $350.00 per month to offset the cost of the premiums. 401k benefit option after 1 year if service with the company.

If interested in this position please email your resume to careers@taylortrim.com or fax to 760-740-2015. You may also apply in person at Taylor Trim & Supply, Inc. 2061 Aldergrove Ave., Escondido, CA 92029 during our business hours. Or regular business hours are Monday through Friday from 7:00 AM to 3:30 PM. Please feel free to contact Denise Bever to obtain more information. (760) 740-2000.

New Home Consultant – Lennar, San Diego

NEW HOME CONSULTANT POSITION SUMMARY: 

Primary focus is to administer and coordinate the new home purchase process and close of escrow with the ultimate goal of creating “tickled, delighted and happy” customers.

 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Sell, process and close homes in accordance with company business plans with the final goal of creating a customer that is “tickled, delighted and happy”
  • Within 30-days of employment, must complete the online, required Lennar Success University (LSU) Training Suites
  • All New Home Consultants are required to participate in the division phone banks and events relative to their communities
  • Adhere to the company’s selling philosophy when serving our home buying customers and realtor customers utilizing all selling and organizational tools provided. This also includes accompanying them through the Welcome Home Centers, undecorated models (which may be at various stages of construction), and/or available homesites
  • Provide timely and consistent follow-through with current customers from initial contact to after closing.  Records must be maintained of all communication
  • Travel throughout the local community in order to self-generate sales from realtor/co-broker businesses, referrals and self-prospecting
  • Develop an in-depth knowledge of the competitive marketplace, including product, site, local community, sales, advertising and demographics
  • Monitor and record daily customer traffic utilizing company designated tracking tools
  • Record data regularly and prepare periodic company reports in a timely manner
  • Participate in the homeowner orientation(s) required by the division.  Where appropriate, work with customers on their builder option purchases
  • Participate in neighborhood promotions and marketing programs
  • Communicate with the field team for proper maintenance of your Welcome Home Center and Models and secure daily
  • Attend sales meetings to review neighborhood status and sales strategies
  • Lead and/or assist in processing complete paperwork to result in escrows closing in a timely manner
  • Perform all other duties as assigned

EDUCATION AND ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS:

  • One (1) year experience in the homebuilding industry
  • High school diploma or GED required
  • Must have a valid real estate license
  • Must have a valid driver’s license
  • Maintain regular attendance and punctuality relative to daily work schedule is required
  • Knowledge of real estate law required
  • Knowledge of construction, mortgage, finance, and escrow processes a plus
  • Must have good communication skills and be organized and efficient
  • Positive attitude, self-motivated, resourceful, professional and capable of achieving weekly goals without extensive supervision
  • Must interact well with associates, customers, outside real estate agents and brokers
  • Keep Welcome Home Center open during posted hours
  • Follow directions from a supervisor
  • Understand and follow work rules and procedures
  • Ability to problem solve
  • Committed to self-development of sales and internet skills
  • Must be computer savvy with strong social media skills
  • Intermediate skills in Microsoft Office
  • Strong work ethic
  • Accept constructive feedback
  • Team player

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:  

This is primarily an active position, involving office/phone work and walking in all weather conditions to homesites in the community.  Must have a valid state driver’s license in order to take customers throughout the neighborhood and community, visit realtor offices, and to various other meetings in the process of self-generating sales.  Finger dexterity is required to operate computer keyboard and telephone equipment.  Must be able to lift and carry supplies and materials up to 25 pounds.

Click here to apply online.

Nicole Hein
Sales Manager
16465 Via Esprillo Suite 150, San Diego, CA 92127
mobile: 858-663-8832

nicole.hein@lennar.com

Lennar.com

Project Manager for Owner’s Representative Construction Management – KCM Group, San Diego

Local applicants only please

We are currently seeking qualified candidates for the position of Project Manager in our San Diego Office to provide comprehensive Project Management services for commercial, institutional and public works projects.

Desired Experience:

Candidates must possess demonstrated qualifications and experience in all areas of project management including: estimating, scheduling, design management, constructability reviews, project accounting, contract development and management, client management and other related project management skills.

The Project Manager position requires the ability to balance the technical aspects of the scope of a project while effectively advocating for our clients and working seamlessly with the variety of professionals providing service on the project.

Qualifications (No need to apply unless you possess the following qualifications):

  • Candidates must possess a degree in engineering, architecture, or construction management and have 5 years’ experience in commercial, institutional or public work project applications.
  • Owner’s Representation experience is a must, in particular, demonstrated experience managing designers and contractors.
  • Schools, Biotech, Affordable Housing and Public Works experience is preferred
  • Strong computer skills are a prerequisite including all applications within MS Office, Excel (proficiency preferred), MS Project, Bluebeam and Adobe.
  • Excellent written communication skills are also required.

Responsibilities:

Candidates should be prepared to perform a variety of in-depth analysis and management functions, and provide quality leadership on all phases of the projects.

Benefits:

The position is full time with great benefits and opportunity for growth and exposure to a variety of projects throughout Southern California. Benefits include medical insurance, long term disability, life insurance, paid time off, and a 401K employee retirement plan with an employer match.

The Right Fit:

KCM has a very successful track record managing everything from custom estate construction, commercial development to large scale land development projects.  The candidate will possess the ability to embrace and excel in providing the diverse level of services that make the KCM Group so unique.   If you feel you meet the minimum qualifications and experience and you are ready to begin a career with an exciting, dynamic and growing company please apply.

Please email a PDF copy your resume and references to info@kcmgroup.net.  Compensation Depends On Experience.

Environmental Compliance Coordinator (Storm Water) – QSP – KCM Group, San Diego

KCM Group is a mid-size construction management and consulting firm providing full services representing owners in both the residential and commercial development sectors in Southern California. We are currently seeking candidates for the position of Environmental Compliance Coordinator in San Diego who is a Qualified SWPPP Practitioner (QSP). The candidate will be responsible for environmental compliance support activities that include, but are not limited to: project coordination , field QSP duties, storm water sampling, document management, organization and the preparation and review of Permit Required Documents (PRDs), and field and other stormwater related support training .

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
 Coordinate environmental compliance program needs associated with field construction projects, including performance of field QSP duties, review of BMP installations, and make budget friendly field BMP recommendations for clients;
 Conduct inspections on assigned construction projects per the requirements of the CA CGP and municipal requirements ;
 Plan, organize and administer to the permitting needs of the client;
 Provide technical expertise for storm water services for clients;
 Must be able to coordinate with other internal employees with program specific skills and report to the Senior Program Manager/Director regarding project status and needs;
 Coordinate with assigned project’s teams to respond to the needs of the clients while reporting to the Sr. Manager;
 Coordinate SWPPP development and implementation while remaining compliant with permit requirements and working within the client’s budget;
 Maintain positive communications and relations with KCM environmental compliance team members, regulatory personnel, and client’s field personnel;
 Additional project duties as needed.
Job Requirements:
Successful Candidates Should Have:
 BS in Environmental Science, Engineering, Geology, or equivalent field;
 3+ years of relevant experience;
 Certifications: QSP or Professional Registration as a CISEC,CESSWI;
 A strong environmental background pertaining to storm water compliance
 A diverse environmental project background that may include RCRA, CERCLA, Industrial, Energy, and other Federal, State, and Municipal government projects, and more;
 Strong technical writing skills for various reports including: work plans, monitoring reports, corrective action plans, storm water pollution prevention plans, spill prevention control and counter measures plans, etc.;
 Demonstrated effective oral and written communication and presentation skills;
 Sound decision making and problem solving abilities;
 Knowledge of general construction, land development, and storm water;
 Detail oriented and strong organization skills;
 Proven ability to perform in a high volume, time sensitive/deadline environment;
 Proficient with several computer applications including MS Word and Excel;
 Travel throughout Southern California will be required including accessing active construction sites.
 Suitable vehicle for travel throughout Southern California.
 Must meet company defined, pre-employment alcohol/drug screen; and
 Valid Driver’s License and clean driving record.

The position is full time with great benefits and opportunity for growth and exposure to a variety of projects throughout Southern California. Benefits include medical insurance, long term disability, life insurance, paid time off, and a 401K employee retirement plan with an employer match.

KCM Group
1940 Garnet Ave. Ste 300 San Diego, CA 92109
Tel: 858 273 5400 Fax: 858 273 5455
www.kcmgroup.net

Project Manager – Brookfield Residential, San Diego

POSITION SUMMARY

Manage all assigned neighborhood assets for schedule and profitability. Responsible for any neighborhood due diligence, entitlements, permits, improvement plans and product from design through construction. Carry out these activities and receive these approvals prior to proposed starting dates and within established budgetary and business plan guidelines. Ensure project completion through the release of certificates of occupancy, bond exoneration, and resolve any problems regarding the community and other agency relations. Coordinate with Construction and Purchasing teams in the production of a quality home according to established schedules. Manage budgets, schedule, and quarterly business plan reporting. Participate on neighborhood Homeowner Associations as required.

KEY RELATIONSHIPS

  • Offsite and Onsite Purchasing
  • Land Development
  • Marketing
  • Sales and Escrow
  • Construction
  • Customer Care
  • Forward Planning/Entitlement
  • Local Government Agencies and Staff
  • Consultant Team Members

AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY

Site investigation and evaluation:

  • Assist in due diligence and site investigatio  Research community and planning ordinances, potential planning and development costs, and permit and fee estimates.
  • Assist in the development of target market data and produce the housing design program which will guide the housing development process.

Plan preparation and housing design program:

Prepare the development schedule for architecture and site engineering plans

Prepare Architectural, Engineering and consultant target budgets.

  • Obtain proposals from qualified consultants for required scopes of work.  Review proposals for completeness and target budget requirements. Issue contracts for approved proposals.
  • Attend project coordination meetings with project team, Provide timely updates to the plan preparation and housing development schedule and budget.
  • Attend design coordination meetings with internal and consultant team.
  • Obtain design review approvals from internal team, planning agency, and

Master Builder.

  • Assist in  preparation  of  bid  checklist  and  coordinate  any  clarifications  with  the purchasing team.  Ensure construction budgets are on target and contracts awarded prior to start of construction.

Plan processing through governing agencies:

Manage the submittal process of construction plans to all agencies having jurisdiction on the community for approval and permit issuance.

  • Maintain current plan and permit tracking for all construction plans.
  • Attend all agency review meetings and verification appointments; determine which other consultants need to attend approval meetings and schedule their attendance accordingly.
  • Obtain approved plans and permit issuance prior to scheduled start of construction.

Construction management:

Obtain building and construction permits from municipal and/or county authorities and other agencies.

  • Obtain necessary permits for installation of model homes, sales trailer, construction trailer, equipment yard, etc.
  • Serve as community liaison in obtaining building permits throughout development and construction of the site. Troubleshoot any problems that may arise from municipal departments or neighboring property owners.
  • Schedule engineering meeting between company staff and the utility companies on proposed service plan and joint service construction route.
  • Order checks, bonds, etc., as necessary for obtaining construction permits, and deliver them to the appropriate agency. Coordinate contracting and change orders.
  • Execute any agency agreements as required for permit issuance.
  • Attend the pre-construction meeting for site development/underground construction in order to assure all special conditions of the community and schedule goals are being met
  • Maintain current plan tracking and Request for Information log and revision list for all plan revisions. Ensure current construction plans are distributed to purchasing and construction team and are available through plan depository system.
  • Attend weekly site meetings and assist in addressing any community development issues.
  • Ensure plans and specs are distributed to the team in a timely manner.
  • Complete master and phased sequence sheets and distribute for approval.
  • Ensure FLOW tracking schedule reflects current trench and sales release dates. Promptly update team of any changes to key schedule dates.
  • Review and approve phase release budgets.

Budget and financial accounting:

  • Ensure construction of the community is within the budgetary guidelines. Monitor and analyze Job Cost and schedule. Identify any variances and identify ways to eliminate any cost variances.
  • Submit job cost information to the accounting department so accounting records are current.
  • Quarterly budget updates and review of financial performance.

Homeowner Association and Bureau of Real Estate approvals:

Coordinate the set-up of homeowners association to operate within established budget goals.

  • Manage the submittal and approval of the  Homeowners Association through

the Bureau of Real Estate.  Obtain approvals in a timely manner to support the

sales and closing goals.

  • Manage the annexation of common area improvements to the homeowners association.
  • Represent Brookfield on the homeowner association board of directors through the life of the community.

Customer experience:

  • Review Eliant homeowner experience surveys with the team and identify any trends in the customer experience needing improvement.
  • Attend periodic homeowner orientation tours.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • 5 + years of homebuilding experience
  • College experience a plus
  • Prior residential homebuilding experience required
  • Strong financial and accounting skills, as well as analytical and computer skills
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills

To apply, please contact Brooke Gredler.

Brooke Gredler
Lead People Advisor
Brookfield Residential
3200 Park Center Drive, Suite 1000, Costa Mesa, CA. 92626
D: 714.200.1663 C: 714.795.4846 F: 714.200.1832
Brooke.Gredler@brookfieldrp.com
www.brookfieldresidential.com
Valued Team Member since 2014

Office Administrator – Servicing both the San Diego and Orange County offices

Hill Construction Company builds the top residential custom home projects along the California coast.  If you are looking for an exciting opportunity to join our growing team, you may qualify for a rewarding career at Hill Construction Company.  As our Orange County office grows, we are looking for an Office Administrator who will be able to service both our San Diego and Orange County offices for at least one year, with the intention of ultimately working full-time out of the Orange County office. This is a unique opportunity to be a key component of growth in this new rapidly growing market.

The Company

Hill Construction Company has earned its standing as one of Southern California’s most inventive, dynamic and high-end custom builders.  With jaw-dropping projects being built in San Diego, Orange County and Palm Desert, we collaborate with the area’s most elite and creative architects and designers.  Our homes are consistently showcased in national and regional magazines including dwell, luxe, Interiors, California Homes, and more.  Continual advancement, uncompromised quality and passion for excellence have led Hill Construction to win numerous industry awards and accolades. Please learn more about us by visiting www.hillconstructioncompany.com and exploring our Facebook, Instagram, Houzz, and Google Plus social media pages.

Benefits

Full time employee benefits include health and dental insurance, Paid Time Off, 401k retirement plan with employer matching, cell phone reimbursement, fuel reimbursement and potential year-end bonus. We pride ourselves on our company culture – one in which every employee has the opportunity to collaborate, contribute and help shape the future of our growing corporation.

Overview

The Office Management team is a critical component of our winning team structure, bringing accuracy and reliability to all business operations of the company.  This role will be critical to our growth in Orange County and will help us integrate our culture, values, processes and procedures into this growing office.

 

Responsibilities

  • Project Accounting: Data entry for AR, AP and Project Billing Management including filing and scanning all necessary documents to our shared server
  • Office Management: Organize office operations, order office supplies, open and sort mail, assist in shipping needs, answer phones, greet visitors, etc.
  • Assist Project Managers with project coordination, subcontracts, tracking subcontractor insurances and project lien releases
  • Act as an integral part of the Office Management team to help integrate the Hill Construction culture, values, processes and procedures into this growing office
  • Assistance in marketing and strategic planning: Help grow our Orange County brand

Qualifications

  • 5-10 years of previous office administration/management experience
  • Excellent written and verbal skills
  • Solid planning and organizational skills
  • Impeccable attention to detail
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office – Excel and Word required
  • Sage 100 experience desired
  • Must have a professional presentation and desire to become an integral part of the HCC team
  • Skills and proficiencies needed: problem solving, sound judgment, time management, initiative, adaptability, positive attitude, meticulous attention to detail, reliable

How to Learn More

We encourage all potential employees to learn more!  Please visit our website at www.hillconstructioncompany.com and explore our social media sites (Instagram, Facebook, Instagram, Houzz, Google Plus).

How to Apply

Please apply by forwarding your resume and cover letter to: careers@hillconstructioncompany.com

Assistant Project Manager – Hill Construction Co., Openings in San Diego, Orange County and LA

If you are looking for an exciting opportunity to work on the most complex residential construction projects being built along the California coast, you may qualify for a rewarding career at Hill Construction Company.  Our San Diego, Orange County and LA office is currently looking to add Assistant Project Managers (APM) to our dynamic team.

The Company

Hill Construction Company has earned its standing as one of Southern California’s most inventive, dynamic and high-end custom builders.  With jaw-dropping custom homes being built in San Diego, Orange County, LA and Palm Desert, we collaborate with the area’s most elite and creative architects and designers.  Our homes are consistently showcased in national and regional magazines including dwell, Galerie, luxe, Interiors, California Homes, and more.  Continual advancement, uncompromised quality and passion for excellence have led Hill Construction to win numerous industry awards and accolades. Please learn more about us by visiting www.hillconstructioncompany.com and exploring our Instagram, Facebook, Houzz, and Google Plus social media pages.

Benefits

Full time employee benefits include health and dental insurance, Paid Time Off, 401k retirement plan with employer matching, cell phone reimbursement, fuel reimbursement and potential year-end bonus. We pride ourselves on our company culture – one in which every employee has the opportunity to collaborate, contribute and help shape the future of our growing corporation.

Overview

Mastering the art of complexity, our team excels in making the most technical projects look effortless and turning a dream into a home. In order to continue growing and servicing our clients, our offices are looking to add a qualified and enthusiastic full-time Assistant Project Managers (APM) to our team.  The APM is a critical component of our winning team structure working alongside Project Managers and Superintendents on various custom construction projects. APMs are responsible for the management of project documentation and helping ensure quality and contractual risk management throughout the project life cycle.

 

Responsibilities

Hill Construction Project Managers and Assistant Project Managers team together with the Superintendent to manage all areas of the construction process.

Day-to-day responsibilities of the APM include:

  • Bidding / Estimating
  • Budgeting
  • RFI Management
  • Subcontract Management
  • Purchase Order Management
  • Shop Drawing Management
  • Change Order Management
  • Project Billing Review/Approval
  • Risk Management and Forecasting
  • Submittal and Procurement Management

Qualifications

  • Bachelor Degree (Construction Management, Engineering, or related field)
  • 1-2 years minimum direct experience with project schedules, RFIs, estimates, budgets, contracts
  • Ability to read/bid construction plans
  • Comprehensive knowledge of subcontractor scopes
  • Ability to clearly and effectively communicate with project owners, architects and our office team
  • Computer proficiency (Microsoft Office, Management Software)
  • P6/On-Center/Revit/Bluebeam experience a plus
  • Sage/Timberline experience a plus
  • Willingness to regularly visit and walk jobsites as well as work in the office
  • Candidate must possess Hill Construction’s core values: passion, integrity, hard work and professionalism

How to Learn More

We encourage all potential employees to learn more!  Please visit our website at www.hillconstructioncompany.com and explore our social media sites (Instagram,Facebook, Houzz, Google Plus).

How to Apply

Please apply by forwarding your resume and cover letter to: careers@hillconstructioncompany.com

Storm Water Compliance Associate -Alta Environmental – Oceanside

Take control of your future and grow your career at Alta Environmental, a Best Firm’s to Work For award winner – ranked #4 in US and Canada 2018 by Zweig Group.  We have been awarded Best Firm to Work For again this year because we are flexible, offer competitive pay, strong benefits, continued growth and development, profit sharing bonuses, sales origination bonuses, and a strong culture.  You will get to work with smart people on interesting projects and get support to achieve your career growth goals!  We are seeking a Storm Water Compliance Associate for our Oceanside office.

If you are interested and meet the qualifications, submit your cover letter and resume to Resumes@altaenviron.com and list “Storm Water Compliance Associate” on your subject line.

Minimum Requirements:

  • Minimum 3-5 years experience in storm water NPDES regulation compliance
  • Qualified SWPPP Practitioner (QSP) required
  • Qualified SWPPP Developer (QSD) preferred or able to obtain within 2 years
  • Qualified Industrial Storm Water Practitioner (QISP) or able to obtain within 1 year
  • PE with experience in Water Quality Management Plans (WQMP) a plus
  • Knowledge and experience working with the Storm Water Multiple Application and Report Tracking System (SMARTS)
  • Ability to assist rain event sampling throughout the year
  • Ability to obtain confined space entry certification and perform field work as needed.
  • Skills: Competent in MS Office Suite products, attention to details, and able to communicate clearly with coworkers, clients and contractors
  • Knowledge of Cannabis Cultivation Permitting a plus
  • Ability to pass background check to obtain security access clearances

Position Duties:

  • Perform QSP inspections throughout southern California (Los Angeles, Orange, San Diego, San Bernardino, and Riverside Counties).
  • Review SWPPPs for completeness and applicability.
  • Prepare/review SWPPP Water Pollution Control Drawings (WPCDs).
  • Manage client SMARTS accounts for accuracy and timeliness of documentation uploads.
  • Work with Team Lead to develop and grow the Construction General Permit Practice within Alta.
    • Assist in marketing campaigns targeting new clients
    • Cultivate existing clientele relationships
  • Target the San Diego and Orange County construction industry to expand geographical reach of Alta’s services in storm water compliance.
  • Assist project managers with storm water sampling throughout southern California using automated sampling equipment, grab sampling and various other collection methods.
  • Become an active participant in trade organizations (CASQA, IECA), write journal articles, and submit abstracts for conference presentations.
  • Assist Alta’s QSD ToR in providing QSD/P training courses.
  • Assist with industrial facility inspections and reporting (Level 1 and Level ERA Reports)

Purchasing Agent/Contract Administrator – ColRich, San Diego, CA

About the Role:  The primary responsibility of the Purchasing Assistant/Contract Administrator is the processing and management over an awarded contract, subcontract and consultant agreement for both the single family and multifamily projects. This position also coordinates with Development Sales, Marketing, and Purchasing to develop the option program for each project.

Specific responsibilities include:

  • Process and manage all contracts, change orders, and insurance documents for all projects
  • Solicits option pricing from subcontractors
  • Coordinates option programs for development projects between sales, marketing, and purchasing
  • Process and manage all option change orders for all projects
  • Mentor and assist Construction Coordinator as needed
  • Organize, set up, and issue contract folders for the office and field personnel
  • Assemble, distribute, and track bid packages
  • Input bids into spreadsheets as needed
  • Generate and verify material take-offs as needed
  • Assist with research of product(s)

Requirements: 

  • Minimum of 5 years’ comparable experience
  • Ability to work both independently and as part of a team
  • Strong organizational skills and attention to detail
  • Ability to process work quickly accurately and with changing priorities
  • Excellent written and verbal communications skills
  • Computer proficiency in MS Office Suite – Excel, Word, Project and PowerPoint
  • Knowledge of Pharaoh (IBSWINN), Sage, and Timberline a plus

Benefits:

  • Base salary and discretionary annual bonus competitive with industry standards
  • Health and dental insurance paid fully at the employee level by employer
  • 401(k) plan
  • Paid holidays and vacation time

For more information or to submit a resume email humanresources@colrich.com

Assistant Superintendent – ColRich, San Diego, CA

 About the Role:  The Assistant Superintendents are responsible for overseeing the day to day operations of the job site. Primarily the back end of the projects, from drywall to completion of homes.

Specific responsibilities include:

  • Maintain the project schedule
  • Reviewing all plans for quality, accuracy, effectiveness and efficiency per the approved specifications and working to resolve conflicts that arise
  • Reviewing contract pre-award with Purchasing, subcontractors and other internal team members
  • Coordinating with purchasing to perform budget updates and projections
  • Partnering with Marketing, Purchasing and Construction on project specifications
  • Managing and responding to RFI’s
  • Facilitating the implementation of contracted scopes and specifications with subcontractors and other members as necessary
  • Performing project close out
  • Completing all items on the new home orientation list and provide customer service a clean and presentable house to perform new home orientations
  • Enforcing warranty obligations and elevate changes in methods of construction

Requirements: 

  • Minimum of 3-5 years of experience
  • Strong leadership and interpersonal skills
  • Personal computer skills including Word, Excel and Microsoft Project
  • Ability to work in a fast paced and collaborative environment

Benefits:

  • Base salary and discretionary annual bonus competitive with industry standards
  • Health and dental insurance paid fully at the employee level by employer
  • 401(k) plan
  • Paid holidays and vacation time

For more information or to submit a resume email humanresources@colrich.com