Field Representative - Broome DDSODASNY - Dormitory Authority of the State of New YorkBinghamton, NYDuties DescriptionPrimary PurposeThe FieldRepresentative assists the Project Manager or Senior Project Manager in all aspects of a construction project or projects, including ensuring compliance with contract provisions, contract administration and monitoring, and evaluating and making recommendations related to project budgets and schedules, and developing recovery plans related to quality, budget, and schedule. $63,956 - $81,547 a year Full-timeRemoteField Representative - Construction BroomeDASNY Dormitory Authority of the State of New YorkBinghamton, NYConduct or participate in mechanical, electrical, and structural quality assurance field inspections. Associate’s degree plus five years relevant experience or high school diploma plus eight years relevant experience Preferred Qualifications Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Architecture, Construction Management, or a construction industry related field plus five years construction industry experience with public or private projects including construction inspection or supervision of major public construction projects.
Title: field representative Company: dasny dormitory authority of the state of new york in Binghamton, NY
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