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Electrical Senior Project Manager (Norwalk, CA)

Company Name:
Delta Construction Partners
Delta Construction Partners is a National Executive Search and Management Consulting Firm for the Nations premier General and Electrical Contractors and Industry professionals. Delta has been retained to conduct a search to fill the above position for a confidential client in their Norwalk, California office.
REQUIREMENTS:
Minimum of 10 years successful project management experience for an electrical contractor
Must have experience with commercial electrical construction projects with an electrical budget in excess of $1million
Experience with transit, highway, traffic signal, communications projects a plus
Experience overseeing budgets, scheduling, change orders, and subcontractors
Must have successful experience managing teams of project managers
Must have successful experience in managing budgets, understanding billings and change orders, and all expenses of each project
Must have journeyman or master electricians license
Must have estimating experience
Interact effectively with contractors to meet project requirements and development and grow business
Must work well with all levels of organization
Strong communication skills, both oral and written
Proficient with Microsoft Office programs (Outlook, Excel, Word)
Must have experience using estimating software (such as Accubid) and scheduling software (such as Primavera)
Must demonstrate respect, approachability and possess the ability to encourage subordinates
Strong employment history stability
EDUCATION:
College degree in Construction Management preferred but not mandatory
COMPENSATION:
A strong total compensation package will be offered; however, details will only be disclosed during the interview process.
Please forward your resume to for immediate consideration.
Best Regards,
Bob Magnan, CEO
Delta Construction Partners, Inc.
1 Beach Drive SE, Ste 101
St. Petersburg, FL 33701
Wk: (727) 822-2048
Fax: (727) 342-7080

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