Administrator Construction Salary in Connecticut, United States
The average pay for an Administrator Construction is $61,658 a year and $30 an hour in Connecticut, United States.
The average salary range for an Administrator Construction is between $43,469 and $76,463.
This compensation analysis is based on salary survey data collected directly from employers and anonymous employees in Connecticut, United States.
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Oversees administrative duties during a company's construction projects; researches and plans for a variety of construction, maintenance, and improvement programs; and plans, organizes, supervises, and reviews the work of professional and administrative staff.
Administers the preparation of major capital projects utilizing external contracting firms.
Prepares contract specifications in accordance with company goals and objectives; develops, implements, and monitors contract documents; and evaluates and selects consultants and contractors.
Prepares costs estimates, establishes the scope, schedule, and budget for construction projects; negotiates and manages construction contracts; and reviews construction specifications for compliance with organization standards.
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Administrator Construction Job Listings for Connecticut, United States
Norwich, CT, USA
Design Learned, Inc.
Project Administrator Requires 50% travel Â· AS or BS in engineering, construction science, or architectural design or related field of study Â· Working knowledge of REVIT design software Â· ...
Local Construction company is currently seeking a Payroll and Human Resources Administrator to provide support to the Controller and Office Manager on a full time, permanent basis. This is a critical ...
... admin, accident reports/safety inspection * experience maintaining and communicating project timelines and budgets What's in it for you? * Competitive compensation * Full health benefits and 401k ...
Work with our utility administrators to ensure maximum billing efficiency (i.e., to ensure that our ... Construction expertise is not required - those skills exist elsewhere in the management department