Junior Project Manager – Land Development

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Pacific Lifestyle Homes Inc

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LIFE AT PACIFIC LIFESTYLE HOMES

Experience the difference of being part of the Pacific Lifestyle Homes family. As a two-time recipient of the prestigious Building Industry Association “Builder of the Year” award and the esteemed National Housing Quality Gold Award, we are more than just a homebuilder – we are dedicated to BUILDING BETTER LIVES! From our humble beginnings in 1996, we have grown to construct over 6,500 homes and 130 communities across SW Washington, the Portland Metro area, greater Puget Sound area, and the Boise Metro landscape. Join us and build your career with a company committed to excellence and community impact.

JOB MISSION

Pacific Lifestyle Homes is seeking a Junior Project Manager to join our Land Development department, enhancing our team’s capabilities in feasibility studies, entitlements, site development, and land acquisition to drive our strategic homebuilding goals. This full-time career opportunity, located in Vancouver, WA, provides a meaningful chance to contribute. Reporting to the Land Development Manager, the Junior Project Manager will play a pivotal role in shaping Pacific Lifestyle Homes’ future.

WHY WORK HERE

BENEFITS

  • Company supported medical, dental and vision benefits for employees and families
  • Participation in our 401(k)-retirement savings plan with Company contributions
  • New home discount
  • 120 hours of paid time off for the first year
  • Seven paid holidays
  • Paid volunteer hours
  • Employee Recognition Program
  • Employee Referral Bonus – Up to $1,000
  • Engaging company culture – Including our annual Ferris Bueller’s Day Off
  • And much more!

OUR CULTURE / VALUES

At Pacific Lifestyle Homes, our vibrant culture defines who we are. We believe in the power of open communication, where every voice is valued and heard. With a strong emphasis on personal growth, we offer one-on-one coaching, regular reviews, and prioritize internal promotion whenever feasible. Our actions are guided by our core values of respect, accountability, candor, humility, integrity, and teamwork, shaping every decision we make and every interaction we have.

Build your career at Pacific Lifestyle Homes, where we are committed to the idea that a skilled team can build homes and communities that withstand the test of time. Picture yourself driving by our neighborhoods a decade from now, brimming with pride knowing you played a vital role in their creation. Do not miss the opportunity to make a lasting impact with us!

For additional information about Pacific Lifestyle Home’s Company Culture and how it can enrich your career, we invite you to view the video at the following link:

WORK ENVIRONMENT

Our office is in Vancouver, WA, close to I-205, with a general work schedule of 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM.

Our dress code and appearance policy reflect our commitment to professionalism and our dedication to maintaining a premier standard as a homebuilder.

Prior managerial reference checks, background check and a pre-employment drug screen are required steps in our hiring process.

We are proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Requirements:

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Assist in site feasibility studies.
  • Apply for and secure permits for single-family site development.
  • Support the Land Acquisition Team by evaluating property search criteria and organizing pertinent property findings.
  • Assist with additional Land Development projects as needed.
  • Collaborate with the Land Acquisition Team to review property search criteria and organize relevant property results.

JOB REQUIREMENTS

  • 1-3 years of relevant experience with some college (preferably in engineering, business, land use planning, or related field).
  • Familiarity with land use planning and entitlement processes.
  • Skilled in reading and understanding engineering plans and utility layouts.
  • Experience in developing and managing project budgets.
  • Knowledgeable with Stormwater/Grading permits, CSWGP and/or 1200C Permits is beneficial, but not required.
  • Strong organizational skills with a reliable approach to meeting deadlines.
  • Ability to work well as part of a team.
  • Motivated, results-oriented mindset with a proactive approach to taking initiative.
  • Competent in computer software such as Word, Adobe, Outlook, and Excel; experience with Project Management software is advantageous.

Compensation details: 0 Yearly Salary

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