HELM Construction Solutions

Project Manager | Full Time

Category: Construction

Location:


About Us

HELM Construction Solutions is on a mission to revolutionize the building industry. We center the triple bottom line principles of planet, people, and prosperity and work to become a catalyst for climate justice. We are invested in making a lasting impact on the lives of our clients, our community, and the health of our planet. We work with some of the leading high-performance design and construction companies in North America to help them develop and succeed as triple bottom line businesses. In an industry dominated by white cisgender men, the HELM team is majority women, nonbinary, trans, and queer, and we are actively working to disrupt toxic masculinity and racism to create space for women, LGBTQIA, and BIPOC people in the trades.

Who We’re Looking For

HELM is seeking a full-time construction Project Manager to join our growing team and expand our impact. Our ideal candidate is an experienced project manager who has worked in high end residential and light commercial construction for a minimum of 10 years and can juggle managing multiple projects at the same time. You will work with a variety of different builders, architects, and owners to provide project management services, scheduling, estimating, and general support and training throughout the pre-construction and construction phases of a project.

Communication and organization skills, along with hands on experience in the construction trades, are key to success in this role. Familiarity with green building techniques, net zero construction, Passive House, and Living Building Challenge is a plus. Experience with construction estimating and project management software is preferred. Humble leaders with a strong desire to teach will thrive at HELM.

Working for HELM

We offer the opportunity to work from anywhere in the United States, in a fully virtual workplace. HELM offers a competitive compensation package (salary range $72,000-$95,000 annually) including paid time off, an annual education/training stipend, access to professional coaching, paid volunteer time, 3% retirement contribution, health care reimbursement, a flexible work schedule, and a fun and respectful work culture.

We prioritize applications from folks from equity-seeking groups, including those who identify as Indigenous, Black, People of Color, Trans, Nonbinary, Queer, Disabled and intersections of those identities.

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To Apply:

To apply, please send a cover letter and resume. This position is open until filled.