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Volume home building company based in Bismarck, ND seeks a Construction Manager with 3-5 years of experience in residential and or commercial construction, multi family experience a plus. Responsible for complete scheduling, coordination, quality control, and payroll while maintaining a high standard of Customer satisfaction, adherence to the production schedule and controlling costs.

Looking for a high energy candidates who possess a sense of urgency, are detail oriented, proactive in their work ethic, who can self-manage priorities, have good time management skills and who have a proven track record of demonstrating the ability to maintain focus in ever changing conditions while still attaining the required results. Team oriented, being receptive to new ideas and suggestions and good follow up skills a must.

Driven, goal oriented candidates who want to grow their career in homebuilding are desired. Competitive compensation and incentives, become part of a homebuilding team who is very focused and intent to maintain being the industry leader in delivering high quality homes, on time, with a strong emphasis on Customer Satisfaction .
Potential compensation package including salary, company truck, employer retirement match, and bonus structure could exceed $100K.
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Doesn't sound like that much money... Considering location and responsibility. Last I heard mcdonalds was knocking on $20 an hour there.
 

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Archie Friend of mine rolled through Williston after elk hunting in Montana - says its like LA freeways at rush hour. Best of luck getting people out there.

It'd be a great adventure for someone looking to become exceptional at his/her craft.:thumbsup:
 

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we aren't near the oilfields which helps. We have a great trade base and have brought many subcontracting trades to ND. Working out great!
 

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we aren't near the oilfields which helps. We have a great trade base and have brought many subcontracting trades to ND. Working out great!
I hear that. And it has some great stats:
http://www.forbes.com/places/nd/bismarck/

median income - 62.6k
unemplyment - 3.3%
COL - 5.5% BELOW nat avg

..and the people are just darned nice.
 
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