• Community Construction Manager

    Job ID
    2018-1015
    Category
    Construction
    Type
    Regular Full-Time
  • Overview

    Who We Are and Why We Are Different:

    Centre Living Homes is now Dallas’ premier residential infill homebuilder. We purchase, replat, develop, build, and sell urban developments in Dallas’ hottest walkable neighborhoods. As a ‘Team Builder’ with Green Brick Partners (NYSE: GRBK) we are uniquely equipped with having the strong financial resources and benefits of a large publicly traded company while still operating independently and efficiently. Centre Living homes has the skills and adaptability to execute a wide variety of homes from $350k townhomes with rooftop decks to $3M+ custom homes. We are a believer in “New Urbanism” a design and city planning movement that promotes environmentally friendly habits by creating walkable neighborhoods containing a wide range of houses and job types.

     

    Centre Living Homes has a “work hard and play hard” mentality! We are a relatively small company which adds more responsibility to each employee but at the same time allows decisions to made quickly and questions answered quickly. We believe the Culture of our company is one of our biggest assets. It allows us to collaborate and problem solve as a team all while enjoying what we do.

    Responsibilities

    We are looking a qualified Construction Manager / Superintendent with at least 5 or so years experience in NEW HOME CONSTRUCTION from slab to move-in. Experience in townhome and high density projects is preferred but not required. Previous construction experience in the City of Dallas is a bonus but not required.

    Qualifications and Duties:

    • Oversite of the entire home building process
    • Manage vendor/trade relationships
    • Provide superior customer service
    • Manage budgets
    • Be at team player
    • Be a problem solver
    • Work well under pressure
    • Make independent decisions

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