Project Coordinator

Work for Brothers Services, A Baltimore Sun Top Workplace

Are you a construction management professional with great communication and customer service skills? If so, we are excited to talk to you about joining the Brothers team.

The Project Coordinator (PC) will work closely with production team members to provide quality and timely production through excellent customer service and schedule management. Responsibilities include maintaining relationships with subcontractors, service and warranty calls, updating and managing project management software, and production schedule management. As the PC, you will work primarily in the office, using project management software. The PC will have full schedule responsibility, focusing on on-time and accurate project schedules, working with in-field staff, office staff, and sub-contractors towards project completion.

At Brothers, we follow what we refer to as "The Brothers Way." This philosophy describes what we do, day in and day out, to create a predictable, positive experience for our customers, characterized by five attributes: Fairness, Attentiveness, Innovation, Trust, and High Standards. We take pride in our reputation as Maryland's most trusted name in home remodeling, and we want to become every family's Contractor for Life. So, our focus isn't just on providing high-quality services. It's about creating a lasting relationship with our customers. We're looking for construction management team members who share this philosophy.

Do you have:

  • 3-5 years of experience in construction management (required)
  • Technical knowledge of construction and remodeling
  • Solid planning and organizational skills
  • Clear written and verbal communication skills
  • The ability to keep detailed documentation

Then we have:

  • Market-leading weekly payroll
  • Paid training and time off
  • Paid holidays
  • Robust medical, dental, and vision benefits
  • 401k retirement savings
  • Room for growth within the organization
Are you ready to join our exceptional team? ~ Apply Today
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