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🔗Project Manager

  • Full Time
  • Fort Collins, CO, USA
  • $37-$44 USD / Hour
  • Applications have closed
  • Job Summary: Whereas site superintendent and project manager are often two separate positions at larger construction firms, the two are blended in this role. Candidates can anticipate approximately a 25%/ 75% split between administrative and site tasks.
  • Job Qualifications:

    Required Skills and Qualifications:
    –  First and foremost a positive attitude and interest to learn every day.
    –  At least 5 years of carpentry experience and minimum of 3 years experience in a team lead, management, or supervisory role.
    –  Degree in Historic Preservation and/or Construction Management is preferred
    –  Interest and ability in working well with others and tackling different tasks on each job.
    –  Familiarity with historic projects abiding by the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards is a plus.
    –  Familiarity with timber framing, joinery, and logwork experience is a large plus.
    –  Ability to read and understand blueprints is essential.
    –  Ability to communicate with, and manage, up to 10 subcontractors on any given project
    –  Ability to identify deficient work and provide resolution
    –  Ability to efficiently meet project schedule and project budgets
    –  Valid driver’s license and interest/ ability to drive company carpool vehicle to jobsites.
    –  Ability to lift over 50 pounds and have general physical well-being to sustain 40 hour work weeks of challenging hands-on work.
    –  OSHA safety training and/or familiarity is a plus.
    –  Ability and interest to travel to remote job sites, sometimes traveling for a week at a time, staying in company-provided housing on the road.  Willingness to manage some level of travel for 75% of the calendar year.

  • How to Apply:

    As we continue to grow the business, we are passionate about assembling the right group of people.  If interested, please apply by sending your resume to You can learn more about our company at  We look to hearing from you!

  • Job benefits: Paid Time Off, Travel Per Diem and Perks, Profit Sharing
  • Contact Name: Jon

Website Deep Roots Craftsmen

Deep Roots Craftsmen, a historic preservation contractor based in Fort Collins, Colorado, is looking for a qualified project manager to join our team as we continue to expand our presence in the historic preservation industry. With a focus on hands-on craftsmanship, the project manager position is a split between a site supervisory role and a more traditional administrative/ managerial role as project manager tracking project cost and quality performance. As project manager, you will be responsible for a crew and will report to the company’s owner. Since 2018, our team has been performing preservation work across the state of Colorado. Thanks in large part to one of the strongest grant programs in the country, preservation is thriving in Colorado. Most of our projects are partly state-funded, leading to an interesting and always varying range of non-profit clients and project sites.

The detailed list of responsibilities for this position is found below.

Project Craftsmanship/ Quality Control/ Oversight
–  Weekly project coordination of crew and subcontractors
–  On-site quality control management
–  Coordination of all material acquisition and delivery
–  Safety oversight on site
–  Hands-on participation in work, as required (and most often required)
–  Bi-weekly Owner Meetings
–  Take and file project photos

Cost and Risk Management and Tracking
–  Daily updating of Project Cost Report
–  Potential weekly updating of Risk Management Report for projects identified as high risk either prior to the project, or mid-project
–  Quarterly cost tracking and meeting(s) with the Owner
–  Maintain organized digital files for the project
–  Weekly check-in meetings with upper management and submittal of cost reports at week’s end

Client Relations and Contact
–  Prepare weekly job reports to issue to the client
–  Handle all project-specific correspondence with the Client

Business Development/ Cost Estimating
–  May be asked to assist with estimating for upcoming work
–  Occasional meetings with potential clients and job site walkthroughs
–  Participation in occasional trades fairs/ BD events
–  All BD leads encouraged and welcomed

HR and Other
–  Potential lead in scheduling/ coordinating training for off-season months
–  Liaison for employee and crew concerns
–  Track/ gather and send in payroll hours on a weekly basis

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