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Current Available Positions

Goodall Homes is growing and expanding in locations all around Middle-Tennessee, and therefore the size of our team is growing as well. Please take a look at the career listing(s) below, and submit your resume if you think you might be interested in joining the Goodall Homes Team.

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GENERAL FUNCTION:  

Under the immediate supervision of the VP of Construction and the general direction of the Chief Operations Officer, manages the construction processes for 40 - 50 single family and multi-family homes annually.   The Project Manager communicates and projects the proper attitude to all customers, trade contractors, suppliers and employees through all forms of communication (writing, verbal, appearance).

 

SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES:

 

  • Performance, Quality and Conditions:

    • Maintain Goodall Homes and Community standards of performance related to timeliness and quality of construction, job site conditions, and customer satisfaction and job cost variances.
    • Performs daily QC inspections and documents defects and omissions on every jobsite under his/her control.  Transmits results to Company via phone/fax/or electronically (at discretion and direction of Company).   Also transmits schedule changes in similar fashion.
    • Coordinates miscellaneous “punch out” items in preparing house for final delivery and buyer closing.
    • Responsible for timely completion of pre-closing walk-through items.
  • Cost Control, Budgeting, and Purchasing:
    • Processes Purchase Order (PO) approvals upon successful completion of each phase of construction. 
    • Prepares and approves Variance POs to ensure that non-budgeted, but needed, items and labor are available to complete the house on time and with acceptable levels of customer satisfaction and product quality.
  • Scheduling and Ordering:
    • Responsible for maintaining construction schedule from start memo to project delivery of 125 days or less.
    • Responsible for using the Company’s formal scheduling system and maintaining all job schedules to their current status with proper activity sequencing. 
    • Responsible for reporting all scheduling updates to Company by e-mail on a daily basis.
    • Responsible for scheduling trade contractors and materials suppliers to ensure no “dead runs”, just-in-time deliveries.

 

 

 

  • Jobsite Maintenance:
    • Is responsible for maintaining marketing and job number signs on each job during construction. 
    • Responsible for securing homes under construction (closing windows/locking properties as required) and locking site trailers and storage areas at the end of each work day.
    • Responsible for care and maintenance of any assigned company equipment (tools, vehicles, computers) and/or maintaining personal vehicle and equipment to company standards if reimbursed for use of same.

 

  • Safety:
    • Is responsible for ensuring safe work practices are evident on all jobs.  Must insist upon compliance with Goodall Homes and Communities safety and health policies as stated in the Safety and Health Model Plan.
    •  Must understand and comply with all OSHA job site requirements.
  • Customer/Buyer Relations:
    • Facilitate and negotiate company position with “hard to resolve” customer requests.

 

 

  • Trade Contractor Relations:
    • Where necessary, has the coordinated authority with the Purchasing Manager to take disciplinary action in reference to trade contractor’s failure to perform.
    • Responsible for enforcing company cleaning, smoking, music, and general conduct policy on daily basis
    • Trains, and supervises the day-to-day construction labor on assigned job sites.  Labor is 100% done via subcontract. 
    • Also responsible for ongoing recruiting of new trade base.

 

  • Required Meetings and Project Review Sessions:

    • Completes pre-construction review of CAD prints, estimate detail, and schedule for each assigned house.
    • Attends and participates in weekly production team meetings.  Most important agenda items are resource scheduling/work backlog, field problem reporting, and completion times.
    • Conducts lot inspection / pre-construction conferences with customers for the houses assigned under his/her supervision.  Lot inspection requires filling out the lot analysis form and turning in to estimating.
  • Training:

 

  • Must attend and participate in regular classroom, jobsite, and/or webinar training sessions.
  • Knowledge gained will be tested on a regular basis. Project Manager must maintain acceptable level of competence in all areas relating to this role, as well as general computer competency, and knowledge of company operations, mission, and core values.

PREREQUISITES FOR SUCCESS:

  1. Technical construction ability to manage construction resources and to diagnose and resolve field problems.
  2. People skills to articulately and professionally handle conflict with customers, inspectors and sub-contractors
  3. Ability to train trade contractors on construction techniques and field problem resolution.
  4. Organizational aptitude to manage the scheduling of all construction resources.
  5. Willingness to work hard and long hours in adverse conditions, including inclement weather.  May be required to work weekends.
  6. Must possess and demonstrate physical capabilities to lift 100 lbs. to waist height, and 50 lbs. above head safely. Must be able to negotiate stairs and ladders unassisted.
  7. Must be able to use transit/ builder’s level / laser devices to accurately set elevations (grade), and measure and square layouts and assemblies.
  8. Must pass basic math exam.
  9.  Must submit to personality profiling and random drug testing

10. Must hold a valid driver’s license in the state of Tennessee.

Compensation:

Project Manager compensation includes base salary plus  performance-based incentives based on the following accountability metrics (see specific compensation plan for details).

GENERAL FUNCTION:

 

Provide overall administrative and technical leadership for commercial projects to achieve timely completion and on-budget targets for each project.  Overall responsibilities include project scoping, estimating, scheduling, safety oversight, budget and progress monitoring, management and project reporting. 

 

Projects include self-storage, office, retail and warehouse with office suite facilities.

 

SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES:

 

  • Multiple project budget management by monitoring costs, including labor time, material and change orders
  • Direct day-to-day supervision of project staff on multiple projects
  • Inspection of contractor or sub-contractor work to ensure compliance with contract
  • Develop and maintain site logistics plan
  • Manage schedules, including preparation of detailed short-term schedules and ensuring all activities take place on or ahead of scheduled dates
  • Organize, attend, participate, and lead project meetings including engineering and subcontractor meetings involving pre-construction, scope of work, scheduling and safety
  • Conduct quality and safety inspections
  • Lead weekly Status Meetings and organize structure and frequency of meeting
  • Organize all documentation via company server files and Evernote

 

 REQUIREMENTS:

 

  • Bachelor Degree in Construction Management or related degree - Preferred
  • Licensed General Contractor for the State of Tennessee - Preferred
  • Minimum of 5 years of commercial project management experience
  • Broad understanding of construction processes and entire construction project life cycle
  • Proven track record of successfully delivering wood frame and metal frame construction projects
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to use industry standard technologies and strong computer skills

ORGANIZATIONAL RELATIONSHIPS:

REPORTS TO:     Partners for each project

 

SUPERVISES:      Trade contractors, assistants, delivery people, and temporary construction labor where applicable.

 

HOURS:               7:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday or as required to complete the jobs.

 

 

 

 GENERAL FUNCTION:  

Under the immediate supervision of the Estimating Manager, the Estimator is responsible for key operations on the estimating team, embedded between the design and purchasing teams, functioning as the organization bridge between visual plans to orderable items.  The Estimator’s goal is assuring all estimates and option takeoffs are in order before a home is costed.

SPECIFIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

 

  • Specifications:

 

  • Maintain and update specifications for each existing community

 

  • Create specifications for new communities

 

  • File updated specifications electronically on Evernote

 

  • Variance and purchasing assistance:

 

  • Check that home assemblies for upcoming starts are accurate

 

  • Assist starts coordinators and purchasing managers with estimating or variance related issues

 

  • Correct VEE estimating assigned errors listed on divisional variance reports and follow variance trends

 

  • Estimating:

 

  • Create assemblies in base house format for new product by performing takeoffs based on plan sets

 

  • Create assemblies for new product by copying selected options based on the interior collection combined with community specification data

 

  • Update estimates per design memos, purchasing memos, specification changes, divisional variance reports, and 60 day closing reports.

 

  • Log all changes to the database(s) on the estimating changes log

 

  • Update multiple divisional databases

 

  • Prepare bid documents for purchasing managers

 

  • Send plans to trade partner in request for flooring bids

 

  • Utilize On screen takeoff software for calculating homes as well as documenting an informational, visual, and referenced takeoff database

 

  • Utilize Timberline ES software to input data

 

  • Open Lots:

    • Coordinate lot setup with accounting
    • Open new communities in WMS per project board
    • Open lots in Sales Simplicity per direction of operations team

 

  • Projects:

 

  • Complete projects based on the PED project board timeline
  • Coordinate information with design and purchasing teams for optimal alignment for project success
  • Track project progress in onenote
  • Miscellaneous:

 

  • Other assignments as required
  • Meetings:

 

  • Attend biweekly GGB Meetings

 

  • Attend ONC (open new community) meetings as required

 

  • Attend weekly P.E.D. meetings

 

  • Attend divisional variance meetings as required

 

ORGANIZATIONAL RELATIONSHIPS:

REPORTS TO:      Estimating Manager

 

WORKS WITH:      VP PED, Director of PED, purchasing team, design team, operations team

 

SUPERVISES:      NA

 

 

Normal working hours are 7:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Monday through Friday or as required to complete the job.

GENERAL FUNCTION:

Under the immediate supervision of the VP of Construction and the general direction of the Chief Operations Officer, manages the construction processes for 40 - 50 single family and multi-family homes annually.   The Project Manager communicates and projects the proper attitude to all customers, trade contractors, suppliers and employees through all forms of communication (writing, verbal, appearance).

 

SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES:

 

  • Performance, Quality and Conditions:

    • Maintain Goodall Homes and Community standards of performance related to timeliness and quality of construction, job site conditions, and customer satisfaction and job cost variances.
    • Performs daily QC inspections and documents defects and omissions on every jobsite under his/her control.  Transmits results to Company via phone/fax/or electronically (at discretion and direction of Company).   Also transmits schedule changes in similar fashion.
    • Coordinates miscellaneous “punch out” items in preparing house for final delivery and buyer closing.
    • Responsible for timely completion of pre-closing walk-through items.
  • Cost Control, Budgeting, and Purchasing:
    • Processes Purchase Order (PO) approvals upon successful completion of each phase of construction. 
    • Prepares and approves Variance POs to ensure that non-budgeted, but needed, items and labor are available to complete the house on time and with acceptable levels of customer satisfaction and product quality.
  • Scheduling and Ordering:
    • Responsible for maintaining construction schedule from start memo to project delivery of 125 days or less.
    • Responsible for using the Company’s formal scheduling system and maintaining all job schedules to their current status with proper activity sequencing. 
    • Responsible for reporting all scheduling updates to Company by e-mail on a daily basis.
    • Responsible for scheduling trade contractors and materials suppliers to ensure no “dead runs”, just-in-time deliveries.

 

  • Jobsite Maintenance:
    • Is responsible for maintaining marketing and job number signs on each job during construction. 
    • Responsible for securing homes under construction (closing windows/locking properties as required) and locking site trailers and storage areas at the end of each work day.
    • Responsible for care and maintenance of any assigned company equipment (tools, vehicles, computers) and/or maintaining personal vehicle and equipment to company standards if reimbursed for use of same.

 

  • Safety:
    • Is responsible for ensuring safe work practices are evident on all jobs.  Must insist upon compliance with Goodall Homes and Communities safety and health policies as stated in the Safety and Health Model Plan.
    •  Must understand and comply with all OSHA job site requirements.
  • Customer/Buyer Relations:
    • Facilitate and negotiate company position with “hard to resolve” customer requests.

 

 

  • Trade Contractor Relations:
    • Where necessary, has the coordinated authority with the Purchasing Manager to take disciplinary action in reference to trade contractor’s failure to perform.
    • Responsible for enforcing company cleaning, smoking, music, and general conduct policy on daily basis
    • Trains, and supervises the day-to-day construction labor on assigned job sites.  Labor is 100% done via subcontract. 
    • Also responsible for ongoing recruiting of new trade base.

 

  • Required Meetings and Project Review Sessions:

    • Completes pre-construction review of CAD prints, estimate detail, and schedule for each assigned house.
    • Attends and participates in weekly production team meetings.  Most important agenda items are resource scheduling/work backlog, field problem reporting, and completion times.
    • Conducts lot inspection / pre-construction conferences with customers for the houses assigned under his/her supervision.  Lot inspection requires filling out the lot analysis form and turning in to estimating.
  • Training:

 

  • Must attend and participate in regular classroom, jobsite, and/or webinar training sessions.
  • Knowledge gained will be tested on a regular basis. Project Manager must maintain acceptable level of competence in all areas relating to this role, as well as general computer competency, and knowledge of company operations, mission, and core values.

PREREQUISITES FOR SUCCESS:

  1. Technical construction ability to manage construction resources and to diagnose and resolve field problems.
  2. People skills to articulately and professionally handle conflict with customers, inspectors and sub-contractors
  3. Ability to train trade contractors on construction techniques and field problem resolution.
  4. Organizational aptitude to manage the scheduling of all construction resources.
  5. Willingness to work hard and long hours in adverse conditions, including inclement weather.  May be required to work weekends.
  6. Must possess and demonstrate physical capabilities to lift 100 lbs. to waist height, and 50 lbs. above head safely. Must be able to negotiate stairs and ladders unassisted.
  7. Must be able to use transit/ builder’s level / laser devices to accurately set elevations (grade), and measure and square layouts and assemblies.
  8. Must pass basic math exam.
  9.  Must submit to personality profiling and random drug testing

10. Must hold a valid driver’s license in the state of Tennessee.

GENERAL FUNCTION:         

 

Under the immediate supervision of the Project Manager and the general direction of the Production Manager, help manage the construction processes for up to 40 - 50 single family and multi-family homes annually.   The Assistant Project Manager communicates and projects the proper attitude to all customers, trade contractors, suppliers and employees through all forms of communication (writing, verbal, appearance).

SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES:

 

  • Performance, Quality and Conditions:

    • Maintain Goodall Homes and Community standards of performance related to timeliness and quality of construction, job site conditions, and customer satisfaction and job cost variances.
    • Performs daily QC inspections and documents defects and omissions on every jobsite under his/her control. Transmits results schedule results via email.
    • Coordinates completion of QC items in preparing house for final delivery and buyer closing.

 

  • Cost Control, Budgeting, and Purchasing:
    • Processes Purchase Order (PO) approvals upon successful completion of each phase of construction. 
    • Prepares and approves Variance POs to ensure that non-budgeted, but needed, items and labor are available to complete the house on time and with acceptable levels of customer satisfaction and product quality.
  • Scheduling and Ordering:
    • Responsible for maintaining construction schedule from start memo to project delivery according to set number of days established by the company.
    • Responsible for using the Company’s formal scheduling system and maintaining all job schedules to their current status with proper activity sequencing. 
    • Responsible for scheduling trade contractors and materials suppliers to ensure no “dead runs”, just-in-time deliveries.

 

 

  • Jobsite Maintenance:
    • Is responsible for maintaining marketing and job number signs on each job during construction. 
    • Responsible for securing homes under construction (closing windows/locking properties as required) and locking site trailers and storage areas at the end of each work day.
    • Responsible for care and maintenance of any assigned company equipment (tools, vehicles, computers) and/or maintaining personal vehicle and equipment to company standards if reimbursed for use of same.

 

  • Safety:
    • Is responsible for ensuring safe work practices are evident on all jobs.  Must insist upon compliance with Goodall Homes and Communities safety and health policies as stated in the Safety and Health Model Plan.
    • Must understand and comply with all OSHA job site requirements.

 

  • Customer/Buyer Relations:
    • Facilitate and negotiate company position with “hard to resolve” customer requests.

 

  • Trade Contractor Relations:
    • Where necessary, has the coordinated authority with the Purchasing Manager to take disciplinary action in reference to trade contractor’s failure to perform.
    • Responsible for enforcing company cleaning, smoking, music, and general conduct policy on daily basis
    • Trains, and supervises the day-to-day construction labor on assigned job sites.  Labor is 100% done via subcontract. 
    • Also responsible for ongoing recruiting of new trade base.

 

  • Required Meetings and Project Review Sessions:

    • Completes pre-construction review of CAD prints, estimate detail, and schedule for each assigned house.
    • Attends and participates in weekly production team meetings.  Most important agenda items are resource scheduling/work backlog, field problem reporting, and completion times.

 

  • Training:

 

  • Must attend and participate in regular classroom, jobsite, and/or webinar training sessions.
  • Knowledge gained will be tested on a regular basis. Project Manager must maintain acceptable level of competence in all areas relating to this role, as well as general computer competency, and knowledge of company operations, mission, and core values.

PREREQUISITES FOR SUCCESS:

  1. Technical construction ability to manage construction resources and to diagnose and resolve field problems.
  2. People skills to articulately and professionally handle conflict with customers, inspectors and sub-contractors
  3. Ability to train trade contractors on construction techniques and field problem resolution.
  4. Organizational aptitude to manage the scheduling of all construction resources.
  5. Willingness to work hard and long hours in adverse conditions, including inclement weather.  May be required to work weekends.
  6. Must possess and demonstrate physical capabilities to lift 100 lbs. to waist height, and 50 lbs. above head safely. Must be able to negotiate stairs and ladders unassisted.
  7. Must be able to use transit/ builder’s level / laser devices to accurately set elevations (grade), and measure and square layouts and assemblies.
  8. Must submit to personality profiling and random drug testing
  9. Must hold a valid driver’s license in the state of Tennessee.

 

Compensation:

 

Assistant Project Manager compensation includes base salary plus performance-based incentives based on the following accountability metrics (see specific compensation plan for details).

Accountability Metrics: 

  1. Customer Satisfaction
  2. Time of Construction
  3. Variance percentage from Budget
  4. Quality and Conditions
  5. Zero Defects
  6. Clean and Complete, between trades and at project end.