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OPENINGS

Our mission is to identify, hire, train, and retain the best people to serve our customers. To achieve that mission, we only employ workers who share our belief in family, safety, partnership, and process improvement. If that sounds like a culture you want to belong to, look at our open positions below and apply today!

JOB
OPENINGS

Our mission is to identify, hire, train, and retain the best people to serve our customers. To achieve that mission, we only employ workers who share our belief in family, safety, partnership, and process improvement. If that sounds like a culture you want to belong to, look at our open positions below and apply today!

JOB
OPENINGS

Our mission is to identify, hire, train, and retain the best people to serve our customers. To achieve that mission, we only employ workers who share our belief in family, safety, partnership, and process improvement. If that sounds like a culture you want to belong to, look at our open positions below and apply today!

OPEN POSITIONS

Why JP Cullen?

We specialize in the “Tough Jobs” no one else can do and we need the “Superintendent” with the right leadership skills to get even the most difficult jobs done on-time, on budget, every time. We have exciting new project opportunities for those looking to stay in Wisconsin or travel the country.

  • Wisconsin-based $500 million, 130-year-old, 5th generation family-owned construction management firm
  • We self-perform carpentry, concrete, steel, and masonry
  • Our clients have high expectations and our projects are high profile
  • We seek a “secret weapon” that will help further separate us from the pack

Our Need:  A Superintendent Who Enjoys Seeing Ideas Turn into Reality

  • An onsite leader for our project crews ensuring safety, quality, schedule, and budget
  • Builds relationships with crews, sub-contractors, architects and engineers, and the client
  • Innovative problem-solver with the ability to manage multiple trades
  • Organized and provides high attention to detail
  • The kind of person who believes there is always a way if we all work together

Major responsibilities include:

  • Ensure that the intent of JP Cullen policies, procedures, and quality standards is followed in accordance with our Quality Management System
  • Maintain a positive work atmosphere
  • Lead the planning process and monitor safety, execution, schedule, quality, and budgets
  • Develop and update project schedules and crew’s duties and responsibilities
  • Manage crews and sub-contractor performance based on safety, attendance, productivity, or workmanship issues
  • Hold daily safety meetings and end of shift meetings and write daily reports
  • Order and schedule deliveries of material, equipment, and tools
  • Track and update labor and material cost reports
  • Manage all onsite union relations
  • Provide customer service
  • Mentor Tradespeople, Foremen, and Engineers for personal and company growth

 

What You Bring:

  • Completion of an apprenticeship or four-year college degree related to construction
  • At least five years Foreman or Assistant Superintendent experience where knowledge was gained in the areas of planning and executing construction
  • Must possess superior communication and interpersonal
  • Experience with Carpentry, Concrete, Steel, or Masonry construction

If you are interested in this position, please send your resume to hr@jpcullen.com for consideration.

 

Compensation & Benefits:

JP Cullen has a commitment to its community, employees, and employees’ families. We offer outstanding benefits — Health, Life, and Dental Insurance, Competitive Salary and Bonus Structure, Profit Sharing, PTO, Holiday Pay, Employee Assistance, and Training.

JP Cullen is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action (EEO/AA) Employer. We promote diversity by proactively recruiting, hiring, and promoting women, minorities, disabled individuals, and veterans. JP Cullen provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, or genetics.

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We specialize in the “Tough Jobs” no one else can do. And we need Tradespeople with the right technical skills, hard work ethic, and can-do attitude.

We are seeking tradespeople at the Apprentice or Journeywoman/Journeyman level for the following:

  • Laborers
  • Carpenters
  • Concrete Finishers
  • Masons and Bricklayers
  • Mason Tenders
  • Ironworkers
  • Operators
  • Millwrights

Tradespeople who enjoy working with their hands, being a part of a team, and seeing progress made each day.

Position Summary:

  • Ensure that the intent of Cullen policies, procedures and quality standards is followed in accordance with our Quality Management System. (Reference Section 3.7.2 of the Company Guide).
  • Responsible for putting quality work in place safely, effectively and efficiently.
  • Complete physical labor as directed by supervisor.
  • Follow building plans.
  • Maintain a positive work atmosphere by acting and communicating in a manner so that you get along with customers, clients, co-workers and management.
  • Wear appropriate clothing for the construction industry.
  • Be at your workstation at the expected time for starting and after breaks.
  • Have the appropriate tools for your work.
  • Participate in and contribute to Operational Planning Process.
  • Communicate with team members around you.

Position Background Requirements:

  • Perform physical labor and comfortable working at heights or tight spaces
  • Work outdoors in all weather conditions
  • High School Diploma or equivalent
  • Is serving or has completed an apprenticeship in accordance with the applicable union agreements
  • Journeywoman/journeyman in accordance with the applicable union agreements

If you are interested in this position, please send your resume to hr@jpcullen.com for consideration or email to request an application.

JP Cullen is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action (EEO/AA) Employer. We promote diversity by proactively recruiting, hiring, and promoting women, minorities, disabled individuals, and veterans. JP Cullen provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, or genetics.

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JP Cullen has a reputation of offering a strong intern experience to Safety Management, Engineering, and Construction Management Students.  We believe our interns should be offered an experience as true to real life as we can make it.  We know that if we offer students a challenging, true-to-life experience with a sense of accomplishment, our return will be a good pool of tested employees we can look at when we need to hire for permanent positions.

Responsibilities will include:

  • Work on agreed upon projects throughout the intern process (i.e. jobsite safety audit walks, updating forms, formal program creation, training programs, etc.) Submit projects in binder form (or electronic) for review and critique.
  • Complete job site safety audits to recognize and correct unsafe conditions and behaviors. Offer corrective actions and preventive measures as they are needed, presented in formal manner for documentation and reference.
  • Give presentations throughout the internship (i.e. leading some sort of topic at a meeting, an orientation or other corporate gathering. Prepare and Present an agreed upon number of presentations throughout the internship to develop or improve group speaking about topics, recommended 1 per month.)
  • Travel to jobsites for operations meetings, job/task safety training, audit purposes, or safety project planning. Take notes of observance and important aspects of the experience and the outcome of the meeting/ safety trainings, complete a one page write up for inclusion into the daily log.
  • Complete/assist with any accident/ incident investigation. Write a report of your experience, including pictures and drawings as needed for inclusion into formal internship project reference.
  • Keep up to date calendar.
  • Complete a daily log of activities, focusing on something that you learned each day. Format daily log with name, date, and detailed description of the duties/accomplishments for the day.
  • Complete safety audit reports and send to Superintendents for job sites visited.
  • Complete one Toolbox Talk a week and turn in to supervisor.
  • Review JP Cullen safety manual and understand best practices.
  • Attend Monday morning safety meetings, Ops plans, plan presentations, etc.

 

About JP Cullen

JP Cullen is a fifth-generation, family-owned, full-service construction management firm that specializes in budgeting, planning and constructing the tough jobs. Our clients recognize JP Cullen as experts at working within active construction sites where safety is of the utmost importance, discovering solutions for something that was said could not be done, and delivering projects on time, on budget, the right way, the first time. By tackling the toughest projects JP Cullen has created an expertise that is unrivaled.

While many things have changed over the course of 130 years, the JP Cullen values, which guide our decision making and create a sense of community, have not. We believe that our team and values are the greatest assets to our company culture. Our company is powered by individuals whose personal values drive to make a difference.

JP Cullen was ranked the Largest Construction Manager at Risk in Wisconsin by ENR magazine, and has been recognized as a “Top Workplace” for four consecutive years by Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. The company has offices in Janesville, Milwaukee and Madison areas.

JP Cullen is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action (EEO/AA) Employer. We promote diversity by proactively recruiting, hiring, and promoting women, minorities, disabled individuals, and veterans. JP Cullen provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, or genetics. 

Send your resume to  hr@jpcullen.com.

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JP Cullen has a reputation of offering a strong intern and co-op experience to Engineering and Construction Management Students.  We believe our interns and co-ops should be offered an experience as true to real life as we can make it.  We know that if we offer students a challenging, true-to-life experience with a sense of accomplishment, our return will be a good pool of tested employees we can look at when we need to hire for permanent positions.

Responsibilities of an intern will depend on the current array of workload in our estimating department at that time. Overall you will contribute to accurately bidding work and assisting the Estimating team win opportunities to build successful projects. Responsibilities will likely include:

  • Take off assignments – Quantifying scopes of work within a project.
  • Subcontractor Quote Coverage – Ensuring Cullen is receiving bids from the subcontractor market in each category of work.
  • Historical Cost Database – You will be responsible for obtaining actual production rates and entering them into the historical cost database to be used on future pricing of work. You may be asked to research and analyze specific cost data and break it out into usable unit pricing.
  • Conceptual Cost Database – Assist with updates to the conceptual cost database and obtain current pricing from the subcontractor market. Analyze pricing on recent projects that may be used in the database.
  • Assisting with Scope Letters and Scope Review – Ensuring subcontractors scopes are coordinated and ensure they understand their scope of work and bid accordingly.
  • Material Quotes – Obtain material pricing from suppliers for Cullen Self Preformed Work.
  • Site Walks – Attending pre-bid site visits and capture relevant information about existing conditions.
  • Document Management – Assist with updating electronic documents with addendum.
  • Problem Solving – Assist the Preconstruction team with finding the most cost-effective way to preform specific scopes of work. Help develop a plan for the work and price it per the developed plan.

 

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JP Cullen has a reputation of offering a strong intern and co-op experience.  We believe our interns and co-ops should be offered an experience as true to real life as we can make it.  We know that if we offer students a challenging experience with a sense of accomplishment, our return will be a good pool of tested employees we can look at when we need to hire for permanent positions.

Responsibilities for any intern and co-op position will depend on the actual assignment, but will include:

  • Field Assignments and Assistant Project Management Assignments: If your assignment is with a Project Manager or on a jobsite with a Superintendent, we will give you as much responsibility as you can show us you will handle.  Work in this position varies depending on the specific needs of whomever you are working for but will expose you to almost all aspects of work in the field.  Specific work assignments may include:
    • Shop Drawings – You may be assigned to expedite, review, and coordinate shop drawings and submittals for projects under construction.
    • Drawing Updates – You will incorporate revisions to contract documents as necessary to keep jobsite or office copies “up to date”. This will involve “posting” of construction change bulletins on blueprints and in specifications.
    • Change Orders – You may assist in organizing and estimating change order work for projects under construction. This will include contacting subcontractors to get their pricing, estimating quantities for Cullen’s work, comparing changed work to original takeoff, and helping the Project Manager put together a complete cost proposal.
    • RFIs (Requests for Information) – You may be asked to evaluate problems in the field, or discrepancies and problems with the drawings. You would determine the cause of the problem, document it, produce sketches for clarification, and submit RFI’s to the designer.  Then you would follow through to make sure the issue is resolved, and the answer gets to the field to not delay construction.
    • Scheduling – Using Primavera’s P6 scheduling program (or similar), you may be assigned to update, print, and distribute schedules for project. This would involve direct conversation with the responsible superintendent and with subcontractors for data input.
    • Drawings – You will produce miscellaneous sketches and drawings as requested by the Project Manager or Superintendent. These may include formwork, embed locations, miscellaneous metal items, site layouts, etc.  Drawings are usually done for the field and are intended to translate difficult drawing information into something the field can use to build.  May be done with paper and pencil or with a CAD program.
    • Project Closeout – You will prepare project closeout documents, which will include updating “as-built” information on the contract drawings and organization of record documents and warranties. You will expedite warranty and O&M manual submissions from subcontractors.
    • Coordination Meetings – The Superintendent may want you to prepare an agenda for and participate in weekly jobsite meetings where schedule is discussed in detail and subcontractors coordinate their work. You would produce minutes from those meetings and follow up that subcontractors meet their commitments
    • Monitoring Subcontractors – You may work with subcontractors to monitor their work, ensure they will make their schedules, monitor their manpower, and monitor/inspect the quality of their work and compliance with specifications and drawings.
    • Deliveries – You may be procuring materials for the project. With direction from the Project Manager or Superintendent, you would set up a log, prepare a delivery schedule, find problems, visit suppliers, track shipments, check materials, and make sure they are labeled and stored properly.
    • Backcharge Tickets and Extra Work Tickets – You may prepare summaries of labor and material costs for backcharge or extra work, provide appropriate explanations and get agreements and signatures from subcontractors and owners.

 

About JP Cullen

JP Cullen is a fifth-generation, family-owned, full-service construction management firm that specializes in budgeting, planning and constructing the tough jobs. Our clients recognize JP Cullen as experts at working within active construction sites where safety is of the utmost importance, discovering solutions for something that was said could not be done, and delivering projects on time, on budget, the right way, the first time. By tackling the toughest projects JP Cullen has created an expertise that is unrivaled.

While many things have changed over the course of 129 years, the JP Cullen values, which guide our decision making and create a sense of community, have not. We believe that our team and values are the greatest assets to our company culture. Our company is powered by individuals whose personal values drive to make a difference.

JP Cullen was ranked the Largest Construction Manager at Risk in Wisconsin by ENR magazine, and has been recognized as a “Top Workplace” for four consecutive years by Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. The company has offices in Janesville, Milwaukee and Madison areas.

JP Cullen is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action (EEO/AA) Employer. We promote diversity by proactively recruiting, hiring, and promoting women, minorities, disabled individuals, and veterans. JP Cullen provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, or genetics. 

Send your resume to  hr@jpcullen.com.

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Our Need:  The ideal candidate is professional and diplomatic in dealing with internal and external customers and maintains a positive work atmosphere.  Outstanding customer service, interpersonal communication, and problem-solving skills are critical to the success of this position.

The IT Support Specialist reports directly to the Manager of IT and supports all employees throughout the offices and project sites.  The IT Support Specialist will primarily work in the Milwaukee or Madison/Janesville office but will also visit jobsites to support the project teams.

Major Responsibilities:

  • Respond to job site and office requests to resolve IT issues
  • Visit job sites to provide support, deploy job site workstations, printers, and network equipment in coordination with business units and IT team
  • Provide application support for the following: M365 and related applications, Bluebeam, Adobe, Autodesk products, Oracle P6, MS Project
  • Collaborate with the jobsite/office staff and Cullen IT team to suggest, develop, and test IT improvements
  • Perform setup of new PCs and installation of software as required by staff and authorized by management
  • Train users to work with new computer hardware or software
  • Repair computer equipment and related devices
  • Properly diagnose the problem and walk users through the recommended problem-solving steps
  • Possess and use critical thinking and reasoning skills in the resolution of issues, problems, and tasks

Position Background Requirements:

  • Ideal candidate will have at least an Associate degree in MIS, Computer Science or related area or 2 years of PC support or helpdesk experience
  • Both critical thinking and reasoning skills related to the technology field
  • Working knowledge of Windows, M365, Azure, Networking/WIFI, User management, iOS/Android
  • Basic project and time management skills and the ability to prioritize work based on business needs
  • Candidates should be passionate about working with people to solve their technology related issues and have excellent time management skills and works well under pressure and/or deadlines

If you are interested in this position, please send your resume to hr@jpcullen.com for consideration.

Compensation & Benefits:

JP Cullen has a commitment to its community, employees, and employees’ families. We offer outstanding benefits — Health, Life, and Dental Insurance, Competitive Salary and Bonus Structure, Profit Sharing, PTO, Holiday Pay, Employee Assistance, and Training.

 

JP Cullen is AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY / AFFIRMATIVE ACTION (EEO/AA) Employer. We promote diversity by proactively recruiting, hiring, and promoting women, minorities, disabled individuals, and veterans. JP Cullen provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, or genetics.

 

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JP Cullen is seeking a project administrative assistant with a can-do attitude for our Milwaukee Division to provide clerical and administrative support to our Project Teams with the potential to grow to a Project Coordinator. Primary responsibilities include:

  • Accounting tasks such as record keeping, tracking of time and invoicing
  • Accurate typing and transcription
  • Composing correspondence
  • Creating contracts
  • Preparation of presentations and reports
  • Arranging meeting and travel plans
  • Provide support for staff as needed
  • Filing/Scanning
  • Back Up Phones/Receptionist duties
  • Construction related duties including posting plans and ordering materials for the field

Qualifications Desired:

  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office programs
  • Must be customer service focused and have excellent verbal and communication skills
  • Ideal candidate is organized, detail oriented, able to multi-task, has excellent time management skills and works well under pressure and/or deadlines
  • Knowledge of office equipment and construction experience is desirable but not required
  • Knowledge of Primavera and Newforma is desirable but not required
  • Basic understanding of A/E/C industry terminology and procedures is desirable but not required

Compensation & Benefits:

JP Cullen has a commitment to its community, employees, and employees’ families. We offer outstanding benefits — Health, Life, and Dental Insurance, Competitive Salary and Bonus Structure, Profit Sharing, PTO, Holiday Pay, Employee Assistance, and Training.

JP Cullen is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action (EEO/AA) Employer. We promote diversity by proactively recruiting, hiring, and promoting women, minorities, disabled individuals, and veterans. JP Cullen provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, or genetics.

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The Estimator’s success is determined by high quality takeoffs and estimates, tracking historical costs, and following processes.  Individual training on JP Cullen’s estimating processes and systems will be provided as well as bi-weekly team trainings throughout the estimating group on various topics.  The Estimator reports directly to the Chief Estimator in the Janesville Division and is a member of the company wide Estimating and Preconstruction Group.

Our Need:  The ideal candidate has 2 to 3 years of applicable estimating experience in the construction industry with a company that self-performs work in concrete, masonry, steel, carpentry or a combination of those trades.  We need someone who enjoys collaborating with the team to develop the construction plan and working independently on their assigned divisions of work.

Major Responsibilities:

  • Review of plans and specification
  • Site visits
  • Quantity take off
  • Follow estimating processes
  • Collaborate with estimators, project managers, and superintendents
  • Price self-performed work
  • Maintain and use our historical cost database
  • Prepare bids
  • Conceptual estimating
  • Preconstruction services
  • Analyze subcontractor bids to assure a complete scope of work
  • Negotiate and award subcontracts
  • Participate in training programs among other duties.

Position Background Requirements:

Four-year college degree related to construction, engineering, and/or business, or completion of an apprenticeship and a combination of at least two to three or more years of experience in a construction-related position where knowledge was gained in the areas of estimating, construction, and design

If you are interested in this position, please send your resume to hr@JPCullen.com for consideration.

 

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Why JP Cullen?

We specialize in the “Tough Jobs” no one else can do. And we need the “Site Engineer” with the right teamwork skills to get even the most difficult jobs done on-time, in budget, every time. We have exciting new project opportunities for those looking stay in Madison, Milwaukee, or Janesville, Wisconsin.

  • Wisconsin-based $400 million, 130-year-old, 5th generation family-owned construction management firm
  • Developed training programs and career paths for Site Engineer to PM, Superintendent, or Estimator
  • Seeking to be the construction manager of choice for the toughest jobs in the region.
  • Our clients have high expectations and our projects are high profile.

Our Need:  A Site Engineer Who Enjoys Seeing Ideas Turn into Reality

  • An onsite resource for our project crews
  • Proactive problem-solver with the ability to manage multiple priorities
  • Self-directed individual who enjoys being on a team and working independently
  • Organized and provides high attention to detail
  • The kind of person who believes there is always a way if we all work together.

Major responsibilities include:

  • Perform analysis of construction methods (crane reaches, formwork design, erosion control, and grading modifications).
  • Produce miscellaneous sketches and drawings as required to show field conditions to the architect, clarify plan details for craft persons (e.g. lift drawing), proposing alternate details.
  • Verify quality and compliance of installation with specifications and drawings for all work.
  • Process and expedite answers to RFI’s generated from the field. Once answered, take to closure by distributing information and following through to ensure correct incorporation of answers.
  • Participate in and contribute to Operation Planning Process and weekly coordination meetings, superintendent meetings, daily crew huddles and foreman meetings.
  • Organize and schedule pre-installation meetings for any subcontractor with on-site labor. Prepare meeting agendas and ensure attendance by all parties. Conduct pre-install meetings.
  • Prepare and monitor written delivery schedule log. Inspect shipments of all deliveries as directed by the Superintendent.
  • Project closeout – expedite punchlist, and track and verify that items on the punchlist are being completed.

What You Bring:

  • Four-year engineering degree related to construction, or equivalent technical training and related experience, or a minimum of four years of construction site experience.
  • Exceptional communication and writing skills and proficiency in a wide variety of computer programs, with the aptitude and willingness to learn new software and systems.
  • Appetite for challenges and fast career growth with responsibility and accountability.

If you are interested in this position, please send your resume to hr@jpcullen.com for consideration.

Compensation & Benefits:

JP Cullen has a commitment to its community, employees, and employees’ families. We offer outstanding benefits — Health, Life, and Dental Insurance, Competitive Salary and Bonus Structure, Profit Sharing, PTO, Holiday Pay, Employee Assistance, and Training.

JP Cullen is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action (EEO/AA) Employer. We promote diversity by proactively recruiting, hiring, and promoting women, minorities, disabled individuals, and veterans. JP Cullen provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, or genetics.

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JP Cullen, a Wisconsin-based $400 million plus, 129-year-old, 5th generation family-owned construction management firm, is seeking a best-in-class BIM Engineer. The role of the BIM Engineer is to implement BIM technologies for any assigned project from preconstruction through turnover. The BIM Engineer will assist team members through the use of 2D/3D software and processes on one or more project(s) at a time. This person may also work with project teams in both an office and construction site environments.

Our Mission: To identify, hire, train, and retain the best people to serve our customers.

Although 90% of what any construction firm does is the same, the 10% that makes JP Cullen different is VERY different. What makes us unique is our people, culture, operational excellence, client trust and the proven commitment to always do the right thing. At JP Cullen, we are a team that is “all in together”, which is how we have succeeded in business for over 129 years. We work hard, have high expectations and are committed to successfully executing every project we win. We have a proven, award winning, team-based sales process that sets any driven and competitive person up for success. To qualify, you must love working in a family/team environment and love winning.

Major responsibilities include:

  • Collect and integrate BIMs for all project team parties, run MEP coordination (clash detection) meetings, and maintain issue logs, taking issues to completion.
  • Operate laser scanner, coordinate, and model if applicable, laser scanned data for integration in models. Develop/coordinate design documents from data.
  • Completing the BIM/CAD needs of project teams such as, but not limited to, generating 2D/3D/4D site logistics plans, utilizing models to support construction operations and planning, providing regular QA/QC field walks to ensure field installations match coordinated models, aiding in lift drawing creation, and utilizing models to support estimating teams.
  • Coordinate and solve BIM related issues with project teams.
  • Incorporate constructability and construction means and methods into BIM models. Facilitate federated models between discipline models produced internally and externally.
  • Generate 3D/4D models for business development, marketing, pre‐construction, and construction teams.
  • Prepare and manage electronic deliverables to client.
  • Responsible for preparing and managing electronic deliverables to client.
  • Responsible for electronic file management.

Qualifications

  • Four‐year engineering degree related to construction or equivalent technical training and related experience, or a minimum of four years of construction site experience.
  • Intermediate to advanced expertise and experience in the current release of AutoCAD & Revit and one or more of the following: Navisworks Manage, Trimble SketchUp, AutoCAD MEP, AutoCAD Civil 3D, Autodesk Inventor, FARO Scene.
  • Ability to follow through in a self‐motivated fashion.
  • Possess the ability to work well as part of a team and independently.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills.

Compensation & Benefits:

JP Cullen has a commitment to its community, employees, and employees’ families. We offer outstanding benefits — Health, Life, and Dental Insurance; Competitive Salary and Bonus Structure; Profit Sharing, PTO, Holiday Pay, Employee Assistance, and Training.

JP Cullen is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action (EEO/AA) Employer. We promote diversity by proactively recruiting, hiring, and promoting women, minorities, disabled individuals, and veterans. JP Cullen provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, or genetics.

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Why JP Cullen?  

We specialize in the “Tough Jobs” no one else can do. And we need the “Project Manager” with the right leadership skills to get even the most difficult jobs done on-time, in budget, every time. We have exciting new project opportunities for those looking stay in Madison, Milwaukee, or Janesville, Wisconsin.

  • Wisconsin-based $400 million, 130-year-old, 5th generation family-owned construction management firm
  • Seeking to be the construction manager of choice for the toughest jobs in the region.
  • Our clients have high expectations and our projects are high profile.
  • We seek a “secret weapon” that will help further separate us from the pack.

Project Manager Who Works Hard, Plays Hard and … Can Sell

  • Project management is a way of life for you. You are adept at anticipating & solving complicated challenges others don’t even see.
  • You take accountability for the choices you make for your team and yourself.
  • You are sick of bureaucracy & want breathing room to act like an entrepreneur, with a service attitude that opens the door to the next project.

Someone who strives for Excellence

  • You have a shelf full of regional and national awards, plaques earned from successful buildings & jobs, and numerous pictures of smiling executives shaking your hand for a job well done. It isn’t bragging when it’s fact!
  • It’s important to you to adhere to & execute the company Mission Statement.
  • You have a track record of managing long standing relationships, with references that verify motivation, success and solid 50+ hour a week work ethic

Influencer, Inspirer, Leader

  • Adept at estimating & quoting more than 150 projects annually while properly planning & executing over 30 projects in a given year
  • Able to properly financially manage projects in value up to $30 million
  • Capable of executing subcontracts and purchase orders up to $5 million each
  • Accountable for maintaining project schedules with on-time delivery for up to 5 customers
  • Passion for guiding multiple project teams that include site engineers, superintendents, and foreman to sustain maximum profits.

What You Bring:

  • Desire to lead by example, coach and teach others
  • Consistency and impact that justifies the salary budgeted for this position
  • Have higher standards for yourself than we could ever dare suggest
  • Be a recognized construction management services expert, fully capable and able to do what it takes to serve client facilities needs from the boardroom to the facilities manager
  • Ability to continue to sell work and make big deals
  • Quote work and effectively manage the project to make profits
  • Have an understanding of mechanical systems and processes in healthcare facilities

If you are interested in this position, please send your resume to hr@jpcullen.com for consideration.

Compensation & Benefits:

JP Cullen has a commitment to its community, employees, and employees’ families. We offer outstanding benefits — Health, Life, and Dental Insurance, Competitive Salary and Bonus Structure, Profit Sharing, PTO, Holiday Pay, Employee Assistance, and Training.

JP Cullen is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action (EEO/AA) Employer. We promote diversity by proactively recruiting, hiring, and promoting women, minorities, disabled individuals, and veterans. JP Cullen provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, or genetics.

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