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We Are Hiring

McCormack Construction Company is one of Eastern Oregon’s leading general contractors.  Rapid growth, combined with many upcoming projects, has created career opportunities for energetic, career-minded individuals within our Company in Pendleton, Oregon.

McCormack Construction continues to grow as a company, and we always seek long-term hardworking individuals to join our team! We work hard at McCormack to promote the fulfillment of human potential and equal employment. We offer prevailing and competitive private wage positions, and there is always room for professional growth. Our company was built upon teamwork and equal opportunity, and we will continue to be successful when people are treated fairly and allowed to advance and achieve their full potential. We are proud that we extend equal employment opportunities to all qualified employees and applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, or disability.

 

Please review the job descriptions below and come join our team!

LEAD ESTIMATOR/PROJECT MANAGER

  • Hours Generally 8:00 am - 5:00 pm | Monday - Friday

  • McCormack Construction offers a competitive salary package commensurate with experience, along with a solid benefit package and bonus plan.

  • Job Description: As an experienced Lead Estimator/Project manager, you will be responsible for the management of all phases of commercial construction projects, from the pre-planning, through bid, tender, construction, and commissioning phases.  You will have a solid understanding of project planning, estimating, contract administration, project cost control and scheduling techniques.  You will have the construction experience and communications skills to resolve design and construction issues and to maintain good relations with our clients. 

  • Typical duties will include:

    • Develop the project requirements, cost estimates, project plan and budget.

    • Assisting the Department Manager in the negotiation and awarding of contracts.

    • Assist in selecting key personnel and subcontractors for the project.

    • Monitoring, controlling, and reporting on progress, costs, and budget throughout the project.

    • Maintaining good working relationships and communications between owners, contractors, sub-trades, and project staff.

    • Helping to resolve disputes, negotiate change orders, and communicate decisions to owners, sub-contractors, and management personnel.

    • Providing work direction and coaching to assigned field and project staff.

    • Communicating and enforcing company safety standards and operating practices.

  • Preference will be given to candidates with the following qualifications:

    • EDUCATION:  A graduate of a Civil, CEM or Design degree program or equivalent experience.

    • EXPERIENCE:  A minimum of 3 to 5 years of successful project estimating experience, preferably on projects over the multi-million-dollar threshold in the commercial sector. McCormack Construction Company may provide you with a variety of experiences and continued training.

  • Desired Skills: 

    • Strong estimating/project management and cost control skills.

    • Demonstrated understanding of multi-discipline construction techniques.

    • Excellent interpersonal, conflict resolution and communication skills.

    • Strong planning, leadership and team building skills.

    • Proficient in the use of computerized systems and project management software and Estimating software.

  • All applications will be kept confidential and only selected candidates will be contacted.

CONTROLLER/ ACCOUNTING MANAGER

  • Hours Generally 8:00 am - 5:00 pm | Monday - Friday​

  • McCormack Construction offers a competitive salary package commensurate with experience, along with a solid benefit package and bonus plan.

  • Job Description: As an experienced Controller/Accounting Manager, you will be responsible for the management of the accounting department, the financial health of the company and manage risk. Candidates must have experience in the construction industry and a good understanding of cost accounting. 

  • Accounting Management duties:

    • Understanding of GAAP.

    • Weekly check run process.

    • Processing sub-contractor billings though accounting system.

    • Good understanding of subcontractor’s compliance requirements.

    • Payroll.

    • Produce certified payroll.

    • Review certified payroll from subcontractors and work with them if corrections are needed.

    • Process company credit card receipts.

    • Enter job budgets into accounting system.

    • Enter job budget adjustments into accounting system.

    • Monitor both accounts payable and accounts receivable to make sure payments are timely.

  • Other duties include:

    • Reconcile Bank Statements.

    • Month End Entries.

    • Produce Financial Statement and accompanying WIP Schedule.

    • Work on audits and census.

    • Work with outside CPA firm at year end, produce and provide year end workpapers as needed. 

    • Work with insurance agent for insurance renewals. 

    • Fixed Asset Management.

    • Review multi-tier lien waivers and determine when joint checks are needed.

  • Preference will be given to candidates with the following qualifications:

    • EDUCATION:  A graduate accounting programs or equivalent experience.

    • EXPERIENCE:  A minimum of three to five years of successful accounting management experience.

    • EXPERIENCE: A minimum of three to five years of successful controller experience.

  • Desired Skills: ​

    • ​Strong accounting skills.

    • Excellent interpersonal, conflict resolution and communication skills.

    • Strong planning, leadership and team building skills.

    • Proficient in the use of computerized systems and accounting software such as Foundation.  Software experience only with Quickbooks will not be considered.

  • All applications will be kept confidential and only selected candidates will be contacted.

LABORER

  • Hours Generally 7:00 am - 3:30 pm Monday - Friday

  • Job Description: Performs various tasks involving physical labor, including but not limited to digging, lifting, carrying, holding, mixing, spreading, and cleaning, which may include operating equipment powered by air, electricity, or gas.

  • All applications will be kept confidential and only selected candidates will be contacted.

JOURNEYMEN CARPENTER

  • Hours Generally 7:00 am - 3:30 pm | Monday - Friday

  • Job Description:  In this role, you will work primarily on commercial projects. Your job duties will include reviewing blueprints to understand the scope of the project, fabricating and cutting wood components and framework, installing windows and door frames, repairing wood structures, performing trim and finishing work, and cleaning, maintaining, and storing tools and equipment properly.

  • All applications will be kept confidential and only selected candidates will be contacted.

SUPERINTENDENT 

  • Hours Generally 7:00 am - 3:30 pm | Monday - Friday​​

  • Job Description:

    • As an experienced onsite Field Superintendent, you will be responsible for the overall planning, coordination, scheduling, execution, administration and cost control of multi-million dollar and smaller construction sites.

  • Typical duties will include:

    • Assisting the Project Manager with the initial mobilization and set up of the construction site.

    • Taking an active role in the selection, training, assignment and supervision of project staff, including monitoring performance, providing feedback and taking corrective action.

    • Coordinating the daily activities of project staff, construction trades and subcontractors, and taking corrective action to keep the project on time and on budget.

    • Monitoring job progress, costs, and providing regular progress reporting to management.

    • Establishing effective onsite communications and progress reporting with sub-trades and clients.

    • Maintaining effective labor relations through ensuring compliance with company policies, resolving employee grievances and treating people fairly.

  • Preference will be given to candidates with the following qualifications:

    • EDUCATION: A graduate of a Civil, Mechanical or CEM degree or technology diploma program or a Journeyman Trades Certificate or Superintendent Training Program diploma (through AGC, Trade School, or Carpenters Union) or extensive construction and site management experience.

    • EXPERIENCE: A minimum of three (3) years of construction site management experience (General/Lead Foreman or Superintendent), preferably on projects under the multi-million-dollar threshold in the commercial sector.

  • Desired Skills:

    • A solid understanding of all construction trades and construction techniques.

    • The ability to read and interpret blueprints, schematics and field drawings.

    • Excellent interpersonal, conflict resolution and communication skills.

    • Strong planning, leadership and team building skills.

    • The ability to make timely and rational decisions under pressure.

    • Good labor relations and contract administration skills.

    • Must have basic computer skills (email, word processing, spreadsheet, etc.)

  • All applications will be kept confidential and only selected candidates will be contacted.

PROJECT MANAGER

  • Hours Generally 8:00 am - 5:00 pm | Monday - Friday

  • McCormack Construction offers a competitive salary package commensurate with experience, along with a solid benefit package and bonus plan.

  • Job Description:

    • As an experienced Project manager, you will be responsible for the management of all phases of commercial construction projects, from the pre-planning, through bid, tender, construction, and commissioning phases.  You will have a solid understanding of project planning, estimating, contract administration, project cost control and scheduling techniques.  You will have the construction experience and communications skills to resolve design and construction issues and to maintain good relations with our clients. 

  • Typical duties will include:

    • Helping to develop the project requirements, cost estimates, project plan and budget.

    • Assisting the Department Manager in the negotiation and awarding of contracts.

    • Selecting key personnel and subcontractors for the project.

    • Monitoring, controlling, and reporting on progress, costs, and budget throughout the project.

    • Maintaining good working relationships and communications between owners, contractors, sub-trades, and project staff.

    • Helping to resolve disputes, negotiate change orders, and communicate decisions to owners, sub-contractors, and management personnel.

    • Providing work direction and coaching to assigned field and project staff.

    • Communicating and enforcing company safety standards and operating practices.

    • Preference will be given to candidates with the following qualifications:

    • Education: A graduate of a Civil, CEM or Design degree programs or equivalent experience.

    • Experience: A minimum of three to five years of successful project management experience, preferably on projects over the multi-million-dollar threshold in the commercial sector.

  • Desired Skills: 

    • Strong project management, estimating and cost control skills.

    • Demonstrated understanding of multi-discipline construction techniques.

    • Excellent interpersonal, conflict resolution and communication skills.

    • Strong planning, leadership and team building skills.

    • Proficient in the use of computerized systems and project management software.

  • All applications will be kept confidential and only selected candidates will be contacted.

ASSISTANT PROJECT MANAGER

  • Hours Generally 8:00 am - 5:00 pm | Monday - Friday 

  • Job Description:

    • Work to help implement project goals as directed by the project managers. This role requires individuals to oversee project goals, create and deliver reports, analyze data from project execution, and any other duties as determined by project managers.

 

  • Typical duties will include:

    • Project manager support.

    • Quantity take-off.

    • Cost control monitoring, schedule control/monitoring.

    • Project Engineering – documentation and control systems, site records, change orders, as-built drawings, QA/QC documentation, submittals, RFI and tracking controls.

    • Reporting, quality control and administration.

    • Maintaining site safety records and monitoring subcontractor performance.

 

  • Preference will be given to candidates with the following qualifications:

    • EDUCATION:  A graduate of a Civil, CEM, Mechanical, Electrical, or Structural Engineering or Technology program.

    • EXPERIENCE:  1 to 3 years of experience preferred, summer/intern experience would be an asset.  McCormack Construction Company will provide you with a variety of experiences and continued training.

  • Desired Skills:

    • Excellent interpersonal, conflict resolution and communication skills.

    • Proficient in the use of computerized systems.

  • All applications will be kept confidential and only selected candidates will be contacted.

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