TMG Construction Corporation believes that their employees are the key to their success. We strive to create a workplace where people enjoy working together, one where they get to work on challenging and exciting projects and where they can challenge themselves to continually learn and grow their careers.

To support our employees and their families TMG offers a very competitive benefits package. We provide employees who work at least 30 hours a week with the opportunity to elect medical, dental and vision coverage in addition to short-term disability, long-term disability, group term life and accidental death & dismemberment insurances. Creating a healthy balance between work and life is also important and we have a number of paid time off benefits including annual leave, sick leave, holidays, bereavement leave, jury duty and annual military reserve training.

We encourage all of our employees to plan for their future retirement by participating in our 401(k) plan where the company matches a portion of each employee’s deferred savings.

Project Manager II

TMG's Project Manager is an individual who provides the knowledge, skills and experience to manage task order type and design/build projects. The PM shall accomplish the professional aspects of the work primarily by means of direct efforts and through the assistance of a small staff of professionals. TMG's Project Managers (PMs) are able to demonstrate the ability to manage the cradle-to-grave aspects of the entire life-cycle of a commercial and/or institutional design/build projects.

Scope of Project Manager II Position
Manages all aspects of project management for multiple small projects or a large project with an approximate volume of $5-8 million.

Locations
Leesburg, VA
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Superintendent II

TMG’s Superintendent II provides the knowledge, skills and experience required to manage the day-to-day field operations of task orders and/or larger lump sum institutional and/or commercial construction projects. Superintendent II’s are responsible for the production aspects of the work and are accountable for: producing quality work that is constructed consistent with the standard’s set forth in the project’s contract documents; performing the work in a timely and cost effective manner and; maintaining a work environment that is safe and continuously kept clean and orderly. Superintendent II’s are the forward face of TMG and are responsible for establishing a professional work environment that includes: fostering a positive atmosphere, promoting proactive and effective communication, facilitating problem solving and for minimizing and resolving conflict in a constructive manner.

Scope of Superintendent II Position
Supervises multiple trades of subcontractors and self-performance staff on all aspects of multiple small projects or a large project from start-up to completion with an approximate volume of $5-8 million.

Locations
Northern VA/Southern MD
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Superintendent II

TMG’s Superintendent II provides the knowledge, skills and experience required to manage the day-to-day field operations of task orders and/or larger lump sum institutional and/or commercial construction projects. Superintendent II’s are responsible for the production aspects of the work and are accountable for: producing quality work that is constructed consistent with the standard’s set forth in the project’s contract documents; performing the work in a timely and cost effective manner and; maintaining a work environment that is safe and continuously kept clean and orderly. Superintendent II’s are the forward face of TMG and are responsible for establishing a professional work environment that includes: fostering a positive atmosphere, promoting proactive and effective communication, facilitating problem solving and for minimizing and resolving conflict in a constructive manner.

Scope of Superintendent II Position
Supervises multiple trades of subcontractors and self-performance staff on all aspects of multiple small projects or a large project from start-up to completion with an approximate volume of $5-8 million.

Locations
Northern VA/Washington, DC area
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Construction Engineer II

TMG’s Construction Engineer II is an individual who provides the knowledge and skill to support TMG’s Project Management and/or Field Operations in performing the technical aspects of managing building and civil related commercial and institutional construction projects. The Construction Engineer II role in the TMG organization is a developmental position in which employees are provided an opportunity to develop a deeper understanding of the construction process and to develop management skills to advance within the TMG organization.

Scope of Construction Engineer II Position
Assist and support all aspects of project management, and field operations where necessary, for multiple small projects or a large project. Support the project management process by performing engineering tasks such as processing shop drawings, handling the work flow of RFI’s, document control, change management, outsourcing, estimating, scheduling and other related activities.

Locations
Washington, DC
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Construction Engineer II

TMG’s Construction Engineer II is an individual who provides the knowledge and skill to support TMG’s Project Management and/or Field Operations in performing the technical aspects of managing building and civil related commercial and institutional construction projects. The Construction Engineer II role in the TMG organization is a developmental position in which employees are provided an opportunity to develop a deeper understanding of the construction process and to develop management skills to advance within the TMG organization.

Scope of Construction Engineer II Position
Assist and support all aspects of project management, and field operations where necessary, for multiple small projects or a large project. Support the project management process by performing engineering tasks such as processing shop drawings, handling the work flow of RFI’s, document control, change management, outsourcing, estimating, scheduling and other related activities.

Locations
Arlington, VA or Leesburg, VA
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Administrative Assistant (Part-time)

The primary focus of the Administrative Assistant position is to provide administrative support to the corporate office, primarily for the President and VP of Operations and for general administrative support. The Administrative Assistant will interface with all members of the corporate staff as well as project management throughout the company.

Responsibilities
• Maintain calendars, both in Outlook and Excel
• Set up necessary meetings and teleconference calls as required
• Send out birthday and anniversary cards and notifications
• Set up templates for PowerPoint presentations and ensure appropriate updating
• Order office supplies and restock Purcellville office as required
• Participate in the planning and execution of company function such as holiday parties and company sponsored employee functions
General Administrative
• Manage phone calls, voice mail, mail and other incoming/outgoing correspondence
• Other duties for the President and Vice President Operations, Director of Human Resources, ICS Manager and other corporate support functions as assigned by the executives.

Locations
Purcellville, VA
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Carpenter Foreman

The Carpenter Foreman directs the day-to-day activities of carpenters and laborers and the on-going decision making pertaining to project planning and production. The Carpenter Foreman preplans work for a crew, provides training opportunities for craft persons and oversees safety procedures, quality of workmanship, production costs, and the morale and attitude of the crew. The Carpenter Foreman also works as an individual contributor in the Carpenter role.

Scope of Carpenter Foreman Position
Ensures work is compliant with the scope and quality as established by the contract documents. Proactively anticipates and solves problems that could delay construction; promotes and instills TMG’s values and principles into the workforce, enforces site cleanliness, safety and health standards. Successfully manages a subcontractor/craft workforce to meet deadlines, proactively communicates schedules and expectations and hold people accountable, and is able to take the necessary initiative to solve difficult challenges or problems on the project.

Essential Functions of Carpenter Foreman Position
Must be physically fit to perform manual labor in all types of environments and conditions, including heavy lifting (up to 50 lbs.). Regularly required to stand, must be able to use hands to fingers, handle or feel and verbally communicate and listen. Other physical requirements include sitting, walking, climbing or balancing and stooping, kneeling, crouching or crawling. Specific vision abilities required by the position include distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and the ability to adjust focus.

Responsibilities
• Blue Print reading, layout and planning of the day-to-day work to perform specific carpentry related tasks that ascertain that an appropriately sized crew remain productive;
• Ensuring that all projects are performed in accordance with contractual and quality standards;
• Establishing and enforcing standards of workmanship that meet the projects requirements that are consistent with industry best-practice;
• Working with the crew to accomplish the task, including teaching and mentoring individuals in the crew that are less experienced;
• Scheduling and directing the daily activities of work and taking necessary action to assure that the project objectives of cleanliness, safety, price, schedule, quality and process are met;
• Maintaining tools, cords and equipment so that they are kept in good working order and are safe for use;
• Maintaining the work area(s) in a clean and orderly manner on a continuous basis;
• Maintaining daily paperwork such as timecards, field reports, schedule updates and E-mail correspondence to keep the various people involved with the project informed of important issues;
• Coordinating the work with the project superintendent, subcontractors and others that are involved in the process;
• Implementing incremental project schedules that make sure upcoming events are on track and are being proactively attended to;
• Promoting and maintaining a culture that values safety, health and cleanliness;
• Consistently reporting for work on time and in appropriate attire;
• Understanding the sequencing of work;
• Creating list of materials, supplies, specialty tools and equipment (proactively) that are needed to perform the work;
• Filling out time cards; enforcing work hours, dress codes and other personnel related matters;
• Participating in training and other forms of development to strengthen technical, safety and supervisory skills;

Minimum Qualifications
• Minimum of 10 years of direct experience, preferably with a general contractor;
• Solid working knowledge of commercial construction (i.e.: concrete formwork, drywall framing and hanging, etc.);
• Understands means and methods of construction associated with concrete formwork, drywall framing and hanging, and overall interior building construction;
• The ability to read blueprints and specifications, to create material lists and to fill out time cards and other minor record keeping tasks;
• Extensive knowledge of the trades and the work involved, along with an ability to resolve problems with appropriate and timely decisions.
• Understands the sequencing of work and the strategy of creating effective project schedules;
• Understands how to effectively staff self-performed work activities to achieve levels of productivity that meet or exceed industry norms;
• Interpersonal competencies that include a drive for results, the need for closure, effective oral communication skills, organization, planning, trust, respect and cooperation;
• OSHA safety training and a current First Aid and CPR certificate preferred;
• Ownership of all hand tools that are required to perform any task contemplated. (TMG provides all power tools – except battery powered screw guns and equipment);
• Ability to work off hours, if required;
• Current and valid driver’s license with clean driving record; and
• Must be able to be issued a badge to work at the project sites that have this requirement;

Locations
Northern VA area
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CARPENTER

The Carpenter / Laborer position is to accomplish specific carpentry related construction tasks (i.e.: concrete forming, framing, trim carpentry, drywall partitions construction, etc). The role of carpenter includes blue print reading, layout, developing lists of materials, record keeping, and coordination with other trades to the extent necessary and hands-on work.

TS clearance required

Locations
Washington, DC/Northern VA
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LABORER II

TMG’s Laborer II provides support and assists other field operations personnel with construction tasks for the carpenter crew (drywall framing and hanging, concrete forming, painting, etc.) or for the civil crew (earthwork, site utilities, concrete construction, etc.). The role of Laborer II includes manual labor, errands and escorting as needed, as well as assisting other trades to the extent necessary with hands-on work.

TS clearance required

Locations
Washington, DC/Northern VA
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