About The Company
Built on a foundation of integrity, respect, and commitment, JPI stands out as one of the most active privately held real estate companies in Dallas-Fort Worth and Southern California. For more than 30 years, JPI has built "Quality for our Customers," designing and developing communities with exceptional services and amenities. Our team is committed to data-driven management and continuous improvement. Its team of experts utilizes data - including unparalleled market research, proven business processes and proprietary models - to ensure that every decision is strategic, focused and aimed at producing the best multifamily assets with the best risk-adjusted returns. Our teams are continuously growing and always seeking great talent to join the JPI Family.
People are our #1 asset, and we are a People First culture. In addition to our unique business strategy, JPI counts its people as a clear differentiator. JPI built a culture that begins with its people and intentionally attracts, retains, and grows the best talent in the industry. Led by values and principle-based leadership, the JPI team approaches every effort with responsibility, accountability, and integrity.
Essential Functions and Responsibilities:
Act as a representative and advocate of JPI's Culture and Guiding Principles.
Observe how to manage a project.
Update and monitor all construction documents with changes through Procore.
Monitor jobsite work practices in accordance with OSHA, JPI Illness and Injury Prevention Program, and JPI Construction Policies and Procedures Manual.
Record minutes for all construction field meetings and ensure all meeting minutes are accurately filed on Procore.
Ensure that all subcontractors accurately complete and submit weekly safety toolbox topics.
Ensure accurate record-keeping of daily reports on Procore. Assistant Superintendents to input data and ensure accuracy of subcontractor daily logs.
Develop, organize and track office documents as directed by Assistant Project Manager and Superintendent.
Create, distribute and manage punch lists.
Create, monitor, and distribute RFI's through Procore, maintain RFI log, and post RFI's to contract documents.
Assist in creation, review, and distribution of submittals to construction and development department.
Ensure project photos are taken and uploaded daily by all team members and labeled accordingly.
Prepare and maintain all documents required for project close-out.
Non-Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Assist with lock up and close down the job site.
Assist Superintendent(s) with turning units.
Other duties may be assigned by the supervisor.
Education, Work Experience, and Physical Requirements:
Bachelor's degree in construction management or related field is preferred.
6 months to 1 year of related work experience.
One year of experience in construction is preferred.
Must have good working knowledge of construction management theory and practice.
Must be PC proficient including strong knowledge of business software, including Excel and Microsoft Word.
A willingness to become proficient in construction software, including scheduling, estimating, and Procore.
Why work for us?
JPI offers employees a comprehensive benefits package with competitive salaries and more including:
Competitive annual and milestone bonus program
Medical, Dental, Vision and Life Insurance
Health Savings Account
401(k) with company match
Flexible Spending Accounts (Dependent & Medical Reimbursement)
Vacation Time, Holidays, PTO
Paid Volunteer time
Employee Referral Bonuses
California General Base Pay Range
Note that the actual base pay offered will be contingent upon the candidate's overall experience, skills, internal existing associate equity and overall budget of the Company at the time of offer. The range is specific to base pay only. Additional compensation and/or bonus eligibility details will be shared by the Recruiter.
$69,000.00 - $109,250.00