Average Construction Manager with Microsoft Project Skills Salary in Los Angeles, California

$114,882
Avg. Salary
$0
Bonus
What am I worth?
Get pay report
How should I pay?
Price a job
The average salary for a Construction Manager with Microsoft Project skills in Los Angeles, California is $114,882.
25%
$65k
25%
$115k
50%
$128k
75%
75%
MEDIAN $114,882
Is Construction Manager your job title? Get a personalized salary report!
How it works:
1
Enter city & years of experience
2
Add pay factors like skills & education
3
Find your market worth with a report tailored to you
United States (change)
Salary
$65k - $128k
Total Pay
$75k - $142k

Your Market Worth Over Time

How has your pay changed over time for your market? Find out by taking our salary quiz.

Job Description for Construction Manager

Construction Manager Tasks
  • Manage the planning, materials, building, and budget of a construction or component of a project.
  • Enforce safety measures and company regulations, and obtain required licenses and permits.
  • Select and oversee the work of contractors contributing to the project.
  • Develop schedules for reaching objectives and make sure work is completed on time.
  • Supervise and direct personnel working on the project.

Career Paths

Explore the most common career paths for Construction Manager. Thickness and color of lines indicates popularity of movement from one job to the next. Visit our career path planner to research other job paths.
Construction Manager
Construction Superintendent
Project Manager, Construction
Construction Project Manager
More common (> 20%)
Somewhat common (8 - 20%)
Less common (< 8%)

Construction Manager Job Listings

Search for more jobs
Search

Popular Skills for Construction Manager

Skills that pay less than market rate include Microsoft Office, Blueprints, Construction Estimating, Contractor Management and Project Management.
Employees with .NET Software Developer / Programmer in these locations earn less than the national average. The lowest salaries can be found in Phoenix, Arizona (34.7% less), Dallas, Texas (32.8% less) and Chicago, Illinois (23.8% less).