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On-Site Managers are responsible for upholding Meadow Mountain Homes’ high standards for Safety, Quality, Productivity and On-time Project Completion. They are tasked with ensuring our customer's expectations are met while maintaining a high level of integrity and promoting the fair treatment of every ​owner, employee, subcontractor, owner representative, architect, designer, government official, neighbor, guest, and family pet.

Job responsibilities include but are not limited to:



  • Responsible for jobsite safety -  ensure we meet OSHA standards for the jobsite(s) you are on. 

  • Know who is coming on the jobsite and when and ensure they are healthy and have appropriate PPE. 

  • Support and enforce our company safety program while on the job: attend company safety meetings, hold toolbox talks on-site with subcontractors, daily walkthrough for jobsite safety checks, ensure subs have PPE, remove safety hazards, check first aid add fire extinguishers etc.


  • Responsible for the project timeline.  Take ownership of who is on the jobsite and when.  

  • Schedule each subcontractor when they need to be onsite- coordinate w/ Project Manager and Project Coordinator, but it is your responsibility to get subs there and keep the job moving. 

  • OWN the Change Orders for the construction schedule - document change orders and the effect on timeline (and budget) 

  • Assist with pre-construction tasks for future jobs - such as construction schedule, plan reviews, permits, and feasibility studies (estimating, budgets, if asked by PM)




  • Manage day-to day operations of jobsite(s): coordinate and receive deliveries, meet with inspectors, create ‘look-ahead’ schedules, track daily logs, coordinate punch lists, run job-specific errands and some physical work. Ability to lift 30 pounds.

  • Read the plans with initial meetings when subs come onsite, ensure their plans are the up to date set.  Help answer questions and solve problems.  Get PM and Architect involved if needed.

  • Double check measurements on plans vs real life.

  • Coordinate purchasing activities based on lead times and scheduling with the Project Manager

  • Confirm receipt of all building materials and verify with Project Manager, subcontractors and  owner and his or her representative for budget approval, project timeline, and design specifications.

  • Manage, schedule, and lead all subcontractors, forepersons, and general laborers on the job(s); including weekly meetings to discuss schedules and safety

  • Answer and issue RFIs (Request for Information) with designers and architects as needed and if PM asks.



  • Keep everyone informed of jobsite progress and delays via detailed daily log notes and noting any delays, milestones including photos. 

  • Attend all  OAC (Owner Architect Contractor) meetings and open communication (daily if needed) w/ Owner/Representative

  • Communicate daily with PM and/or Project Coordinator

  • Update subcontractors on the construction schedule on a weekly basis

  • Communicate all Change Orders and effects on timeline and Budget via online change orders and OAC communication/minutes. 

  • Assist Project Manager and Project Coordinator with draw cycles which may include the review of  invoices, change orders, and checks for auditing the budget.

Salaried compensation is based on experience


  • Paid Holidays, Vacation, Sick Days and Wellness Days

  • Health Insurance and IRA matching

  • Additional Benefits May Include: gas card, mileage reimbursement or company vehicle (depending on job requirements), computer/tablet, company phone and performance bonuses


To apply for this position please send your resume and cover letter to


Cover letter must include:


  • Contact information.

  • Availability to start with Meadow Mountain Homes

  • Confirmation that you are legally eligible to work in the United States

  • Verification that you have a valid driver’s license and vehicle insurance

  • List of languages you are proficient in 

  • Employment history with your last 3 employers including the position you held, your compensation, and your reason for leaving

  • 3 professional references including at least one supervisor


Please copy the below into your cover letter as acknowledgement that you have read and understand the Terms and Conditions: 


I certify that the facts set forth in this Application for Employment are true and complete to the best of my knowledge. I understand that if I am employed, false statements may result in dismissal. I authorize Meadow Mountain Homes to investigate any of the facts set forth in this application.

I understand that employment at Meadow Mountain Homes is "at will", which means that either I or Meadow Mountain Homes can terminate the employment relationship at any time, with or without prior notice, and or any reason not prohibited by law. It is the company's policy to comply with all applicable state and federal laws prohibiting discrimination in employment based on race, age, color, sex, religion, national origin, disability, or other protected classifications. Meadow Mountain Homes is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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