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Construction Project Manager (Timberline Building Systems)

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Timberline Building Systems is looking for an experienced Construction Project Manager to plan and supervise a wide range of construction projects. You will oversee construction procedures and ensure they are completed in a timely and efficient manner.
An excellent Construction Project manager must be well-versed in all aspects of construction and able to coordinate a team of professionals of different disciplines to achieve profitable results. The ideal candidate will have an analytical mind and great organizational skills.
This role will support field operations and occasionally work on project sites but will primarily ensure that all phases of the project lifecycle are completed efficiently and of the highest quality through administration and management.

Duties & Responsibilities
Collaborate with engineers, architects etc. to determine the specifications of the project
schedule through multiple methods; such as GAANT, CPM, etc.
Negotiate contracts with external sub-contractors and vendors to reach profitable agreements
Manages and generates orders with external partnerships and suppliers, including purchase orders and change orders
Determine needed resources (manpower, equipment and materials) from start to finish with attention to budgetary limitations
Manages inventory and engages solutions for shortages and project needs
Obtain permits and licenses from appropriate authorities
Work with construction Superintendent to plan all construction operations and schedule intermediate phases to ensure deadlines are met
Plan and initiate preconstruction meetings with subcontractors for scope reviews
Estimate projects with a keen sense of detail in regard to the overall profit of the company
Evaluate progress and prepare detailed weekly reports
Ensure adherence to all health and safety standards and report issues
Assists COO, Superintendent(s) and Designer in the evaluation of potential projects and in the preparation of bids, presentations, and proposals
Keeps in excellent communication with field personnel, particularly on-site project manager/superintendent
Oversees project finances; including budgeting, change-orders, and reconciliations
Effectively communicates with the customer during all phases of the project life cycle

Requirements
Proven Experience as a construction project manager
In-depth understanding of construction procedures, material and project management principles
5+ years of relevant experience
Understanding of project management standards
Highly skilled at scheduling using charts, critical path, GANTT, etc.
Familiarity with quality, health and safety standards
Good knowledge of MS Office, MS Project and Sage 300
Outstanding communication and negotiation skills
Excellent organizational and time-management skills
Associates or Bachelors degree in applicable construction fields or expertise
Understanding of pre-engineered metal building (PEMB) systems
Understanding of blueprints, plans, and drawings applicable to PEMB structures
Must pass post-offer background check consisting of employment history, personal/professional references, criminal record, MVR, and drug screen (includes marijuana)
Valid Colorado Driver’s License with a safe driving record
Leadership, interpersonal, and multi-tasking skills (including the handling of multiple priorities and deadlines)
Effective organizational skills that includes the ability to self-manage work and manage the work of others
Must be highly adaptable to the kinds of change that comes along with working in an entrepreneurial environment
Self-starting initiative to pursue improvements and projects without substantial supervision
A team player with leadership abilities

Job Summary
Location: Colorado Springs, CO (some travel required on per-job basis)
Position Title: PEMB Project Manager
Reports To: COO
Supervises: Project Teams
Department: Administration
Education: Associates + or relevant experience
Experience: 5+ years
Career Level: Manager, exempt
Salary: 50 – 80,000 DOE
Hours: 40+
Benefits (per company policy):
Medical/Dental/Vision Insurance (per ACA guidelines)
Life/AD&D Insurance
Paid time off
401K Investment plan

An Equal Opportunity Employer/E-Verify/Drug free workplace
8110 Opportunity View, Colorado Springs, CO 80939
Apply online, download the application, or come in and fill out an application today!
www.timberlinelandscaping.com/careers

hail season guide by Timberline Landscaping for Colorado

Be Prepared: Shielding Your Plants from Hail Storms and Treating Damage

When gardening, we prepare our plants for success by amending our soil, watering properly, and preventing disease and pests but, one of the most deadly pests can destroy your garden within a matter of minutes. The Colorado hail season can last from April to September, but the most dangerous month is June.

With some preparation, you can minimize and even prevent hail damage to your plants. From hail protection to caring for damaged plants, this is your guide to getting them through Colorado’s severe weather by shielding your plants from hail storms.

Hail Season Guide:

  • Before Hail Season Preventative Prep
  • What to do When Hail is in the Forecast
  • Unexpected Storms: What to do After the Damage has Occurred

Continue reading Be Prepared: Shielding Your Plants from Hail Storms and Treating Damage

Staff Accountant

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Timberline Landscaping, Inc. is an award-winning company serving Colorado Springs and the surrounding areas, “Creating a little bit of Heaven” for over 35 years. We offer a full range of services from commercial and residential landscape design/build to complete grounds maintenance.

This position works under the direction of the Controller. The Staff Accountant is responsible for assisting the accounting department in managing financial data, maintaining inventory records, and monitoring job cost.

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
Prepare and input Journal Entries to support job cost accounting and monthly closing procedures
Process company-wide billing for residential and commercial maintenance properties
Prepare, review and distribute job cost reporting to track job costing & labor efficiency
Monitor and perform job close out procedures for correct billing, collection & change orders
Reconcile accounts receivable & accounts payable detail transactions to general ledger
Review general & administrative expense transactions for proper classification & correct as needed
Input general ledger budgets into accounting system and prepare budget vs actual reporting
Assist with month-end financial statement closing and internal reporting processes
Prepare year end CPA review schedules and assist with annual CPA review
Responsible for specified tasks as delegated by Controller and/or CFO
Record fixed asset acquisitions and dispositions
Prepare property tax returns
Prepare sales tax returns

REQUIREMENTS
Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting
1+ years in general accounting experience
Able to meet deadlines
Proficient in data entry and management
Must possess a basic understanding of accounting, job costing and inventory
PC proficiency is essential (MS Word and Excel)
Effective communication skills; including writing, routine correspondence, reports, presenting to employees, and interpersonal communication
Must pass post-offer background check consisting of employment history, personal/professional references, criminal record, MVR, and drug screen (includes marijuana)
Leadership, interpersonal, and multi-tasking skills (including the handling of multiple priorities and deadlines)
Effective organizational skills that includes the ability to self-manage work
Must be highly adaptable to the kinds of change that comes along with working in an entrepreneurial environment
Self-starting initiative to pursue improvements and projects without substantial supervision

DESIRED QUALITIES TO INCLUDE
Working knowledge of Aspire software
2+ years of accounting experience

PHYSICAL DEMAND & WORK ENVIRONMENT
Occasionally required to stoop, kneel, crouch, bend and lift/move up to 30 lbs.
Walking, bending, twisting, reaching, crawling, stretching and standing on occasion is required
Job is primarily an indoor office setting

JOB SUMMARY
Location: Colorado Springs
Position Title: Staff Accountant
Reports To: Controller
Supervises: None
Department: Accounting
Education: Bachelor’s in Accounting
Experience: Will consider entry-level
Career Level: Exempt
Salary: $35,000 – $55,000 per year
Hours: 40 + per week
Benefits (per company policy):
• Medical/Dental/Vision Insurance (per ACA guidelines)
• Life/AD&D Insurance
• Paid time off
• 401K Investment plan

 

Whats Wrong with My Tree

What’s Wrong With My Tree?

When it comes to tree diagnosis, there is a wide variety of issues and diseases that can keep your tree from thriving; insects, fungal diseases, environmental factors, and issues from improper care, just to name a few. We teamed up with our Certified Arborist and Heidrich’s Colorado Tree Farm Nursery to create this list of common issues in Colorado Springs.

By gathering the proper information and taking a closer look at the tree and other environmental factors, you can begin to uncover the mystery of your suffering arbor. Continue reading What’s Wrong With My Tree?

Steps for Overseeding Your Colorado Lawn

Steps for Overseeding Your Colorado Lawn

Over time yards can thin and appear dull due to use and compaction. The solution to this problem is to enhance your lawn with healthy young grass, a process known as overseeding. This will fill in bare spots and thicken your lawn.

In this guide you’ll learn:

  1. Signs that it is time to overseed
  2. What is overseeding?
  3. What time of year should I overseed?
  4. Things you’ll need
  5. Steps to overseeding your Colorado lawn

Continue reading Steps for Overseeding Your Colorado Lawn