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Associate Project Manager

(Site/Civil Engineer/Architect/Building Envelope Specialist)

Equity Group

Entry Level

Location: Anywhere in the US

Job Description

Equity Associate Project Managers at Nova Group, GBC are primarily responsible for performing Property Condition Assessments, in accordance with and exceeding the ASTM 2018 standard and local, state, and federal regulations. Equity APMs complete all aspects of assessments including field work, research, data compilation and report preparation for projects with senior staff review, depending on the scope of work and client needs. Secondary responsibilities may include performing property capital needs assessments (PCNAs), drawing reviews, budget reviews, verification of repairs and construction loan monitoring (CLM) services. This role is at the core of our Equity Group team and facilitates quality deliverables to our clients, exceeding their expectations along the way.

 

This position is expected to be based out of a home office with convenient access to an airport in a larger metropolitan city.  Qualified candidates must possess attributes that prove they can manage themselves remotely and be accountable to multiple, remote stakeholders for delivery of time-critical projects. Candidates should be willing to travel a minimum of +/- 30% of the time.  These are attributes highly valued for the success of this role.

Experience/Attributes Required
  • Bachelor’s degree in architecture, civil engineering, or construction-related fields.

  • 1-3 years of experience in Civil Engineering, Architecture or Architectural Engineering and Building Envelope Sciences.

  • Experience conducting and/or managing debt PCAs, PCNAs, and/or engineering (Civil, Mechanical, Electrical), architectural (Fire and life safety, ADA, etc.) consulting services and/or Equity (acquisition) Property Condition Assessment experience is a plus.

  • Knowledge of building components, building systems and cost estimating.

  • Ability to read and understand architectural drawings and related specification sections.

  • Fundamentals of Engineering (FE/EIT), on track for or Professional Engineer’s License or Registered Architect’s License (RA or AIA).

  • Proven ability to manage multiple tasks and meet deadlines. 

  • Keen communication skills that can be leveraged during project site work interviews.

  • Strong technical writing skills and proven attention to detail.

  • Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook.

  • Comfortable using mobile technology and open to new technological solutions.

  • Valid state driver’s license (position requires motor vehicle record & background check).

  • Ability to meet annual medical monitoring requirements.

  • Travel Requirements: Field work may require travel between 20-50% of the work week, with potential trips throughout the US to support national needs. 

  • Physical Demands: Ability to physically navigate sites, (properties requiring roof access as well as construction sites), in various weather conditions.  Requires the ability to climb ladders or access roof hatches.

 Working for Nova Group, GBC 

Nova Group, GBC (Nova) is a privately held multidisciplinary advisory firm incorporated in 1987. We have a global footprint headquartered in Chaska, Minnesota, but our team services clients throughout the United States and abroad. Nova provides services in the areas of environmental management, compliance investigation, corrective action activities, strategic energy services, and construction services. Our diverse portfolio of services creates a multitude of career possibilities, and we strive to bring on talent who want to learn and build their skills across multiple sectors of our business.​

A General Benefit Corporation (GBC), often referred to as a B-Corp, means Nova is aligning our values with our business practices. We recognize our role goes beyond profitability and that we value our environment, our communities, and our people. Beyond our articles of incorporation, we are making a commitment to measure our impact in four key segments: our environment, our communities, our customers, and our employees.

In efforts to remain competitive and differentiate ourselves from others in the industry, we continuously review our benefit programs. One way we accomplish this is with flexible and remote work arrangements, because we realize that personal demands don’t just happen after 5 p.m. The great majority of our staff work from remote offices that allow them the ultimate balance of work and personal life priorities. Different work environment options are available to you, from offices in larger cities to offices available on an as-needed basis. Whatever your work-environment needs, we will make an effort to accommodate them. At Nova this culture is successful because we trust our teams to be accountable to each other and to our clients.

In addition, Nova is committed to supporting your professional development through career ladders, training programs, tuition assistance, professional association events, and continuing education to support your certifications and licenses.

 

Nova Group is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer. We commit to provide opportunities to all applicants regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, pregnancy, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, veteran status, political belief, or any other basis protected by applicable law.

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