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Based on 1,579 responses, the job of Project Manager, Construction has received a job satisfaction rating of 4.02 out of 5. On average, Project Manager, Constructions are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Project Manager, Construction?

May 2014
"Contractor Vs Consultants."
Project Manager, Construction:
Strongly consider whether public sector vs private sector is where you want to be. Further, consider whether working as a consultant vs contractor is where you want to be. All are 'construction' but all have very different pro's/cons.
May 2014
"Job Description, Duties And Pay Rates."
Project Manager, Construction:
Always, always, always, make sure you get a written job description that details what you will be doing for who, what hours you are required to work and when and if you will get pay raises and/or bonuses. Always get this in writing no matter what.
May 2014
"My Personal Experience."
Project Manager, Construction:
Pros: I think it is critical to find a great work environment and office atmosphere.
Cons: I'm currently in the 5th percentile of payscale.
May 2014
"Aware Of All The Stress."
Project Manager, Construction:
Be organized. Follow up on everything. Be aggressive, yet diplomatic. Be fair. Be honest.
June 2014
"Rewarding, Continuous Growth."
Project Manager, Construction:
Pros: I have the ability to continually grow as a professional because I work hand in hand with engineers and a design team including journeymen of all trades. Learning all components of all systems.
Cons: Being female in what is considered a "mans world". Not being heard because my knowledge is taken as a threat instead of helpful.
June 2014
"Challenging."
Project Manager, Construction:
Pros: Challenges, satisfaction when job is done, helping others to improve.
Cons: Stresfull work, pressure from investors.
July 2014
"Strong Team Members."
Project Manager, Construction:
Pros: Working toward a common goal that results in high revenue growth but starts with customer service as a primary goal.
Cons: I'm not responsible for associated outcomes.