District Manager

Company Name:
MYR Group Inc.
Immediate opportunity for a District Manager!
Harlan Electric Company, a subsidiary of the MYR Group Inc., one of the oldest and largest electrical contractors in the country, has an immediate opportunity for a District Manager. This position will be based out of the Rochester Hills, MI. Harlan Electric provides construction and project management for transmission and distribution lines, and substations for electric utilities.
The position of the District Manager includes overseeing all district activities and personnel associated with the successful development, planning, execution, monitoring and controlling, and close out of projects. This position will supervise an office/administrative staff, operations managers, estimators, construction managers, and safety personnel.
Qualifications :
5 years or more of experience in a management role
5 years or more of experience combined as an Estimator and Project Manager working with transmission and distribution systems.
5 years or more experience working within operations and including P&L; responsibility
Bachelor degree within Construction Management, Civil Engineering or related program highly preferred
Prior experience working within the utilities and or electrical construction industry
Prior experience with account management and account development
Prior experience building client base and maintaining client base for future projects
Excellent communication skills to include oral and written
Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to build and maintain rapport
Excellent organizational and time management skills
Excellent Benefits including:
Paid Vacation
Paid holidays
Life Insurance
Salary is commensurate with experience
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The MYR Group Inc. and its subsidiaries are equal opportunity employers.
Employee Type: Full-Time
Location: Rochester Hills, MI
Job Type: Management
Experience: Not Specified
Date Posted: 9/20/2014

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