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Published By

Michelle Walther

Type of Job

Full Time

Published Date

May 17, 2022, 7:00:00 PM


UBC is now hiring a hardworking, collegial, Assistant Project Manager/Project Engineer “APM” with experience in multi-family construction. You will be responsible for managing the critical path decision-making aspects of an assigned building. The APM must work in tandem with Project Superintendent and Executive Team to effectively track, forecast, and oversee all financial and schedule-related impacts necessary to ensure the building is delivered on time (or early) and on (or under) budget.


The responsibilities of the Assistant Project Manager include:


  • Reviews and Processes Submittals and Shop Drawings (w/Logs), Follow-Up on Outstanding Submittals

  • Assist in Purchasing / Subcontractor Buy Out

  • Assist Project Manager on RFI and Submittal Process

  • In Charge of Managing PROCORE (Set up Project Teams, RFI and Submittal Distribution, Etc.)

  • Reviews updated Plan Addendums and makes narrative list of revisions

  • Tract Trade Contractor Proposal / Change Order Requests

  • Processes Proposal Requests, Updates Logs, Follow-Up Weekly on Outstanding Proposals

  • Bi-Weekly Site Visits to Keep Construction Offices Updated. Logs / Files / Etc.

  • Superintendent Field Support

  • Project Closeout Documentation - Warranty Manuals and Maintenance Manuals

  • Produces "As-Built" Drawings with Superintendent - Records Updates Weekly.

CASp (California Accessibility Specialist (ADA))

Works with CASp/Project Manager to Oversee CASp Process including the following:

  • Monthly Jobsite Visits to each project to review CASp Items. Prepare reports.

  • Walk with Superintendents / General Superintendent on any CASp related issues

  • Send punch lists to Trade Contractors on any CASp related corrections based on Site Visits

  • Coordinate and attend walks with Project CASp

  • Coordinate and attend walks with HCID (LA Housing Department) and "NAC" (Neutral Accessibility Consultant)

  • Address all CASp corrections with UBC Team and Trade Contractors

  • Review all issued CASp, HCID, and NAC reports.  Send appropriate RFI’s relating to corrective issues.

  • Track open items and provide ongoing updates for Construction Management, Architects, and Ownership


  • Transmit Bid Requests to Trade Contractors and Track Responses

  • Distribute Bid Plans and Specifications

  • Accumulate Bids and Transmit Bid Day Reminders

  • Processes Bid RFIs, Track Responses and Update Logs

  • Transmits Bid RFI Responses to Trade Contractors

  • Track Consultant Proposal Requests


  • Must possess excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to communicate with others in a professional and objective manner, in both oral and written form.

  • Must be able to read and understand blueprints and other construction drawings.

  • Must be able to effectively communicate with management, staff, co-workers, owners, vendors, and/or subcontractors to provide accurate and appropriate feedback in a timely manner; and occasionally to community leaders to provide safety and/or project information.

  • Must possess knowledge of local and state regulations and building codes.

  • Must be highly organized.

  • Must possess effective and active listening abilities.

  • Is comfortable with change and is able to work effectively under time constraints or unexpected occurrences or delays.

  • Ability to speak and understand the Spanish language highly preferred.

  • Regular work-site attendance is required often on Saturdays.



  • High School diploma or equivalent; Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited university in Engineering or Architecture. (Preferred)


  • Minimum 10 years of construction-related field or office experience as an Architect, Project Engineer, Project Manager or similar position. 

  • Bluebeam 


  • CAD Experience

  • Construction Management Experience (Preferred) 

  • Architectural Construction Administration Experience (Preferred)


  • OSHA 30-hour Certification. (Preferred) 

  • CPR/First-Aid. (Preferred) 

  • LEED credentials. (Preferred)



UBC is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate because of age, color, sex, disability, national origin, race, religion, or veteran status as applicable to any federal or state standards.