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Based on 2,177 responses, the job of Project Manager, Construction has received a job satisfaction rating of 4.01 out of 5. On average, Project Manager, Constructions are highly satisfied with their job.
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June 2019
"Project Manager."
Project Manager, Construction in Omaha:
Pros: Awesome company, with a strong business solution
Cons: There is some personal detachment from previous engineering positions
June 2019
"Challenging and engaging."
Project Manager, Construction in Gaylord:
Pros: I enjoy having the ability to problem solve and use my creativity and critical thinking skills to lead an efficient team of installers
Cons: I dont believe that our pay is in line with our role in our industry
June 2019
"A place for applying of your thought ...."
Project Manager, Construction in Kolkata:
Pros: Professionalism & socialism walking together ....
Cons: Political atmosphere ....
June 2019
"No job is perfect."
Project Manager, Construction in Regina:
Pros: Working on a project from inception to turn over to business unit
Cons: Bureaucracy, colleagues that don't respect my experience, my opinions being shut out or ignored
July 2019
"Lots of work and studying."
Project Manager, Construction in Vilnius:
Pros: They tech me everything I might need. to know and they respect their emploees.
Cons: Low sallery. Tends to get too calm for me, I get sleepy at times so much that I want to screem.
July 2019
"One of the best company in India in Quality Assurance & Quality Control."
Project Manager, Construction in Pune:
Pros: Software System & Quality Assurance & Control
Cons: Pay scale
July 2019
"Tesla is pretty cool."
Project Manager, Construction in Orlando:
Pros: It’s challenging work, but the company’s mission is noble
Cons: Being a publicly traded company and having goals that are seemingly driven by investors and stock market forces