Architectural, Commercial, Hospitality, Institutional, Millwork and Cabinetry, Restaurant
Washington

Job Description

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.

Eligibility Requirements

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.

Job Features

Job CategoryProject Management/Site Supervision
Recruitment ContactCraig Mengel (417) 214-5082
Salary Range$80,000.00 to $90,000.00 annual salary commensurate
Relocationavailable
BenefitsExcellent Health Insurance, Paid vacation, paid sick days, 401K
Employees45
Years in Business33
Annual Revenue9 million
Manufacturing Square Feet32K
Area InformationPopulation 57,959 Median Age 34 Median Household Income $103,409 Median Home Price $485,100 Walkscore 34
State Tax InformationState Sales Tax: 6.5% (food and prescription drugs are exempt) Local taxes may increase total tax to 10.4%. Tax is 6.8% on sales and leases of motor vehicles. Gasoline Tax: 67.80 cents/gallon (Includes all taxes) Diesel Fuel Tax: 73.80 cents/gallon (Includes all taxes) Cigarette Tax: $3.03/pack of 20 Personal Income Taxes No state personal income tax Retirement Income: Not taxed. Property Taxes Property taxes account for about 30% of Washington’s total state and local taxes. Properties are appraised at 100% of fair market value. A property tax exemption program is available for persons age 61 or older, or persons unable to work due to a physical disability. The property, which can include up to an acre of land, must be owner/buyer occupied. The state offers a senior property tax exemption program for those whose household income does not exceed $40,000. If your household income is between $40,000 and $45,000, you may qualify for the state’s deferral program. The qualifying applicant receives a reduction in the amount of property taxes due. The amount of the reduction is based on the applicant’s income, the value of the residence, and the local levy rates. For more information, call 800-647-7706. For senior exemptions and deferrals, click here. The state’s tax deferral program works in conjunction with the exemption program. A senior citizen or disabled person may defer property taxes or special assessments on their residence if they meet certain age, disability, ownership, occupancy and income requirements. The state pays the taxes on behalf of the claimant and files a lien on the property to indicate the state has an interest in the property. The deferred taxes must be repaid to the state plus 5% interest when the owner dies, sells or moves from the home, or doesn’t have sufficient equity in the property. Qualified people may participate in both or one of these programs. For more information, click here. For information on the property tax deferral program for homeowners with limited income, click here. For information on the property tax deferral program for seniors and disabled persons, click here. For information on property tax exemptions for senior citizens and disabled persons, click here. For more details on property taxes, click here or call 800-647-7706. Inheritance and Estate Taxes Washington replaced the inheritance tax in 1982 with an estate tax. Effective Jan. 1, 2009, the Washington State filing threshold is different from the federal filing threshold for completing the estate tax return. If the decedent has a gross estate or a taxable estate plus taxable gifts of $2,193,000 ($4,386,000 for married couples) or more, the estate is required to file a Washington State estate tax return. For further information, visit the Washington Department of Revenue site or call 800-647-7706.
Annual WeatherAnnual high temperature: 60.3°F Annual low temperature: 45°F Average temperature: 52.65°F Average annual precipitation - rainfall: 37.13 inch Days per year with precipitation - rainfall: 147 days Annual hours of sunshine: 2163 hours Av. annual snowfall: -
School RatingAbove Average (7-10)

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