Construction Manager 2nd Shift

Contractual | 18 months |
Jefferson, WI, Wisconsin, USA
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Currently, we are looking for talented resources for one of our listed clients. If interested please reply to me with your updated resume or feel free to reach out to me for more details at (949) 617-2673

Title: Construction Manager (2nd Shift)
Location: Jefferson - Factory, WI
Duration: 18  months

Job Description:

  • This position is 100% onsite based out of Jefferson, WI (No exceptions for WFH)
  • Please note: This is a 2nd shift position (Monday-Sunday; 6X10=60 hours).
  • Schedule could shift to (re)allocate resources as needed. Overtime pay 1.5X
  • Local candidates preferred, but open to relocation if they have true intentions to relocate
  • Please indicate the candidate's location on the resume header
  • Relocation at own expense. No per diem, home trips, or other allowances
  • Must be able to climb ladders and stairs. Requires many miles of daily walking through a construction site
  • The team is looking for a Construction Manager (2nd shift) to support the Jefferson expansion project.


  • Strong MEP construction experience (multi-million dollar capex projects) in the food and/or industrial manufacturing industry.


  • The CM is the point of contact for overall site construction activities for CapEx projects or one large project using high-level communication to inform engineering and the plant staff of site construction and safety activities.
  • They will also have the technical background to prepare and support EWOs, EVM, and QIS tools that provide input for project cost reports via SAP.
  • CM supports field technical issue resolution, collaborating with clients and contractors to assist in delivering technical as well as non-technical solutions, utilizing their expertise and construction knowledge.
  • The CM shall possess strong leadership, managerial, and communication skills and be able to articulate objectives clearly and concisely with NPE, vendors, contractors, Field Staff, Project Staff, and the Factory Staff. 
  • Duties may include preparing, coordinating, and reviewing process equipment and building drawing packages, managing internal, contract, and other resources involved in the pre-design, construction, and engineering and supervising, assigning, scheduling, coordinating, and evaluating contractor work.
  • Reports issues related to schedule, cost, progress, safety, and design directly to Project Engineering Managers, Plant Project Stakeholders, and/or Contractor Managers.

Primary Responsibilities: 

  • Manage Financial, Safety, and schedule Key Performance Indicators, then redirect any deviation or propose alternatives to PEM.
  • If required, manage various CM (I, II) resources when executing major capital projects.
  • In conjunction with PEM, review SAP project details and review and update Microsoft Project, PETPRO, BIM 360, and CXAlloy as required.
  • Organized managed and established asset tracking, tagging, and project close-out activities with facility resources to determine depreciation and final cost transfer.
  • Track, sign for, maintain, and positively transfer NPE Procured Field Equipment and NPE Assets.
  • Maintain a safe, clean, and orderly work site. Safety is the most important responsibility of the Owner’s Field Representative.
  • The CM is directly accountable for the direct execution, inspection, and Quality acceptance of the project per relevant specifications, drawings, scope, schedule, and budget.
  • The CM shall be forward-looking. They are directly responsible for coordinating, driving, and maintaining all the schedules within the field and ensuring that all work is being planned no less than 6 weeks out and is completed according to the contract schedule.
  • Schedules include “5 Forward /1 Back” Week Look Ahead, Detailed Gantt, and Milestones.
  • The CM will Organize with PEM and Leads and all other project Site Staff to be assigned to a single project.
  • The CM will be the Construction Lead for any partial specific project.
  • The CM will directly coordinate with Project Support Staff, vendors, NPE, PEM, contractors, sub-contractors, plant, and suppliers on all matters related to the project.
  • Prepares and maintains project-specific EWO and CO Documentation for CM processing.
  • Manage Field Inputs, RFIs, and Submittals through CX Alloy or available tool.
  • Provide daily and weekly reports to the PEM. These reports should include important items, which may affect the project. The plant engineer should be copied on all reports.
  • Conduct weekly planning meetings with the plant engineer or designate, to determine access times for construction activities.
  • A CM will lead the shared FIELD support team which may consist of various on-site supporting project resources (Scheduler, Safety, cost control, expeditor, etc.).

Basic Qualifications/Certifications:

  • Experience managing projects through all phases of construction
  • PMP, PMI, GAC, CCM, CMCI, CMAA or similar
  • OSHA 30
  • CPR
  • Fall protection


  • 15 years of Construction Management related. MUST HAVE: Strong MEP construction experience (multi-million dollar capex projects) in the food and/or industrial manufacturing industry.
  • More than 3 years experience in software applications (Microsoft Word, Excel, Cx Alloy, and others).


  • Thoroughly understand and utilize Information Technology. This includes but is not limited to; BIM 360 and BIM Field, File Sharing Systems (SharePoint, OneDrive, etc.), Cx Alloy, Pet Pro, SAP, MS Windows, Adobe Acrobat, MS Office Suite programs (Word, Excel, Project, Access, One Note, etc.)
  • Must possess strong decision-making abilities
  • Must be able to climb ladders and stairs. Requires many miles of daily walking through a construction site
  • Must be able to work independently and possess good interpersonal skills
  • Must be able to handle numerous technical, commercial, and administrative skills
  • Thorough understanding of Project Management, Building Design and Construction, Scheduling, Cost Modeling and Risk Analysis is required
  • Must be highly articulate, and have a clear and analytical approach to solving problems
  • Steel-toe shoes are required and to be provided at your own expense. Other safety gear will be provided by the facility

About us:
At our organization, we take our mission and values to heart! We are on a mission to offer more and better jobs all over the world! Our goal is to care for you while you care for our clients and get you paid the highest pay possible. All our associates working with us are expected to embrace our RACE values: R - Results Matter, A- Approachable, C - Care, and E - Emergency i.e. work with a sense of urgency.

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