Construction Project Manager

Auburn-based site development General Contractor has an immediate need for an experienced Project Manager with commercial construction (building construction) project experience.   (We have found commercial construction PM’s perform very well managing site development projects.)

Reasonable relocation expenses will be paid if you do not currently live in the Auburn, AL area.

The Project Manager will: .

  • Be responsible for managing 2 – 3 site development projects at a time depending on size and complexity.
  • Work with the estimating department during the preconstruction process to provide insight on schedule and construction methods.
  • Be the direct contact for the project owner and their consultants.
  • Responsible for managing all business aspects of the project as well as provide direction to the field Supervision.
  • Time will be split daily/weekly between the Auburn office and working at the jobsite(s).
  • Occasional overnight travel, 1-2 times a month, may be required.



  • At least 7 years’ experience working for a General Contractor on commercial construction projects, vertical construction. A mix of site development and vertical construction is a plus but civil experience is not required.
  • At least the last 3 years must have been as the lead PM on commercial projects.
  • A 4-year construction related degree is preferred, but not required.
  • You must either currently live in the Auburn, AL area or be willing to relocate here.


$90K – $125K depending on experience, plus company vehicle, and an excellent benefit package including healthcare.  Reasonable relocation expenses will be paid.


Synergy Professionals does not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, age, religion, marital status, disability, or any other protected characteristic.










Keywords:  construction jobs, Project Manager, PM, APM, Assistant Project Manager, commercial construction,  base building, site development, Auburn, Alabama, Opelika, 240510-PM































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