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We have carefully selected each member of our team to create a community with diverse backgrounds and stories and to provide unique skillsets for each role within the company. Our team’s diverse work experience is our strength. We would love to hear about your unique career and skillset to find your place with us.


    “At CCC I am given a level of autonomy and responsibility that really allows me to grow professionally.”

    - Dominic Terrones
    Summer Intern / Stanford University

    Current Open Positions

    Project Manager

    CCC’s project manager essential duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

      • Creates and executes project work plans and revises the same as appropriate to meet changing needs and requirements
      • Identifies resources needed with management so projects are operating at most cost effective and successful potential
      • Assist in the estimating functions of the company
        • Solicit vendors for bids on new projects
        • Review and scope bids for completeness and in accordance to the contract documents
        • Collaborate with vendors and customers on value engineering ideas if needed to meet a customer budget
        • Discuss any constructability issues with vendors prior to finalizing any bids and share those issues with customer or design team
      • Establish and maintain customer correspondence and relationships
        • Verify customer purchase orders, contracts, and other related paperwork are accurate and in place prior to project commencement
        • Establish and maintain open communication links with designated customer representatives
        • Reviews deliverables prepared by team for accurateness before distributing to customer
        • Ensures project documents are accessible, complete, current, and stored appropriately within company
        • Hosts regularly schedule customer meetings including other project consultants
        • Establish cooperative rapport with customers to resolve open issues
        • Effectively strives to satisfy clients in all situations
        • Promote the company’s image through positive customer relations
        • Continue business development on a regular basis to ensure customers work with us on future projects
      • Coordinate job progress
        • Manages day-to-day operational aspects of a project and scope
        • Coordinates progress meetings with vendors to review open issues, costs, and schedule
        • Prepare and maintain field progress reports
          • Establish and document billing cycle schedules
          • Solicit and update job information from field supervisors
          • Routinely discuss overall status of projects with management
          • Manage and control entire paperwork process for each job
          • Confirm items required for job schedule are available and coordinate delivery with vendors
          • Minimizes our exposure and risk on projects
        • Prepare project pay applications and maintain customer outstanding receivables
          • Pay Application Preparation: prepare pay application according to percent complete ensuring all payable costs for materials and vendors are covered
          • Determine and maintain customer-billing cycles to ensure accurate and timely billings for completed work each month.
          • Pay Estimate Follow Up: consistently check in with customers to ensure they are in receipt of pertinent material certification to process pay estimates
          • Contact customers in regards to the collection of outstanding receivables
          • Confirm outstanding balances and reconcile any discrepancies with the customer prior to the issuance of customer’s payment.
          • Minimize and reconcile unbilled sales to achieve 100% completeness of the pay application process for each customer, each month.
      • Responsible for overall project financial progress and success
        • Meet monthly with management to review project financial statements
        • Ensure all project change orders and purchase orders are current with client and vendors so job costs are up to date
        • Review job cost projections on a weekly basis to help avoid any discrepancies in actual compared to estimate
      • Achieve established performance criteria
        • Know and understand the company’s objectives and goals and implement a strategy to attain those goals.
        • Follow supervisor’s guidance and instruction
        • Actively participate in the team, department, division, and company goals
        • Help train, cross-train, and develop other team members
        • Provide all necessary reports and data required to measure results
        • Support and foster a profit-driven philosophy for overall company success
      • Other duties assigned to help the company meet the goals and expectations
      • Good working within teams, able to self motivate, and manage time efficiently


      • To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required

    Education and/or Experience

      • Bachelors or Associates Degree in construction and five to ten years of construction experience and/or training or an equivalent combination of education and experience
      • Experience managing construction in the public sector and/or with job order contracts (JOC) preferred

    Certificates, Licenses, Registrations

    • OSHA 30 Certification preferred

    Other Skills, Abilities, Qualifications

    • Proficient at Microsoft Office, including but not limited to Word, Excel, and Project
    • Understand and trainable on construction accounting software, such as Spectrum, CGC
    • Experience using construction estimating software, such as Timberline