The PM is assigned a portfolio of projects and is the primary party responsible for planning, resourcing, billing, tracking and closing out each project on time and within established budgets.
Successful candidate will have the ability to lead and manage a team, coordinate the efforts of all members to include foremen, craftsmen, estimators, installers, accounting staff, logistics and outside vendors.
Will have close ties and must be able to present themselves professionally to company clients.
Knowledge and past bench experience with finish carpentry and millwork installation.
Must be proficient with Excel, Word, Outlook and PDF markup and editing and be able to generate reports.
Able to determine, manage, and schedule while remaining focused and knowledgeable in respect to each job.
Must be able to manage multiple projects simultaneously.
Able to foresee potential problems and offer clear and concise methods to eliminate and correct.
Able to relay information to subordinates and discuss project with clients while maintaining company professionalism.
Excellent written and verbal communication and organization skill.
Able to read architectural drawings and blue prints.
AutoCAD/Microvellum and/or software engineering understanding is a plus.
|Job Category||Project Management/Site Supervision|
|Recruitment Contact||Craig Mengel (417) 214-5082|
|Salary Range||$65,000.00+ annual salary commensurate|
|Benefits||Medical, Dental, Vision, paid vactions/holidays and annual incentive bonus|
|Years in Business||35|
|Annual Revenue||4 million|
|Manufacturing Square Feet||50K|
|Area Information||Population 128,829 Median Age 36 Median Household Income $53,581 Median Home Price $136,400 Walkscore 32|
|State Tax Information||State Sales Tax: 6% (food and prescription drugs exempt); local option taxes can add up to another 7%. Gasoline Tax:: 49.10 cents/gallon (Includes all taxes) Diesel Fuel Tax: 56.90 cents/gallon (Includes all taxes) Cigarette Tax: $1.36/pack of 20 Personal Income Taxes (Click here) (Brackets, deductions, exemptions, and tax rate range) Medical/Dental Deduction: Federal amount Federal Income Tax Deduction: Full Retirement Income Taxes: If you receive a pension, annuity, self-employed retirement plan, deferred compensation, IRA or other retirement plan benefits, you may be eligible to exclude from Iowa income tax a portion of the retirement income that is taxable on your Federal return. The exclusion can be up to $6,000 for individuals and up to $12,000 for married taxpayers. Click here for details. Social Security benefits are not included. Iowa does not tax Social Security benefits in the same manner as the IRS. In calculating the taxable amount of Social Security, single persons can exclude $25,000, married filling jointly can exclude $32,000. The state is implementing a gradual phase-out of the tax on Social Security income. For tax year 2013 the phase out percentage is 89%. To qualify for the exclusion you must be either age 55 or older on December 31, disabled or a surviving spouse or a survivor having an insurable interest in an individual who would have qualified for the exclusion during the year. Out-of-state government pensions qualify for exemptions. More information Retired Military Pay: Up to $12,000 can be excluded for joint filers and up to $6,000 for all other filing statuses for those 55 and older, disabled or surviving spouse of qualifying person. Military Disability Retired Pay: Retirees who entered the military before Sept. 24, 1975, and members receiving disability retirements based on combat injuries or who could receive disability payments from the VA are covered by laws giving disability broad exemption from federal income tax. Most military retired pay based on service-related disabilities also is free from federal income tax, but there is no guarantee of total protection. VA Disability Dependency and Indemnity Compensation: VA benefits are not taxable because they generally are for disabilities and are not subject to federal or state taxes. Military SBP/SSBP/RCSBP/RSFPP: Generally subject to state taxes for those states with income tax. Check with state department of revenue office. Property Taxes Iowa has more than 2,000 taxing authorities. All property is assessed at 100% of market value. Most property is taxed by more than one taxing authority. The tax rate differs in each locality and is a composite of county, city, school district, and special levies. A Homestead tax credit is given to residents who live in the state for at least six months of each year and actually live on the property on July 1. Once a person qualifies, the credit continues. The current credit is the first $4,850 of the actual value. Property taxes may be suspended or reduced if the property owner receives Supplemental Security Income or lives in a nursing home and the Department of Human Services is paying part or all of the costs. The suspended taxes will have to be paid when a property is sold or transferred. For more details, click here. Inheritance and Estate Taxes The Iowa inheritance tax ranges from 1% to 15% depending on the amount of the inheritance and the relationship of the recipient to the decedent. If all the property of the estate has a value of less than $25,000, no tax is due. The surviving spouse’s share, regardless of the amount, is not subject to tax. Currently, annual gifts in the amount of $13,000 or less are not taxable. Click here for details. Iowa estate tax is not applicable for deaths on or after 1/1/05 due to changes in the IRS Code which replaced the state death tax credit with a state death tax deduction. For further information, visit the Iowa Department of Revenue or call 515-281-3114 or 800-367-3388.|
|Annual Weather||Annual high temperature: 60.5°F Annual low temperature: 39.8°F Average temperature: 50.15°F Average annual precipitation - rainfall: 37.63 inch Days per year with precipitation - rainfall: - Annual hours of sunshine: - Av. annual snowfall: 32 inch|
|School Rating||Above Average (7-10)|