As a national leader in designing, constructing, operating, and maintaining high-performing buildings, McKinstry provides a single point of accountability across the entire building lifecycle, from new construction and ongoing operations to adaptive reuse, energy retrofits, and advanced renewable energy systems. We get up every day to transform the built environment for the betterment of our clients and our communities.
Never satisfied, we are compelled by our values to eliminate barriers standing in the way of a better-built environment. We design, build, optimize and maintain high-performing facilities.
Here is where you come in:
We are currently seeking a Field Technology Product Manager to join our high-performing Shop and Logistics team in Seattle. This critical team member will train, coach, and oversee implementation of new and existing applications, technologies and business systems solutions in support of McKinstry’s craft worker infrastructure.
You are great at:
Provide support and assistance to McKinstry craft worker infrastructure.
Establishes metrics and measures return on investments for field facing technologies; Clearly identify costs, benefits and overall impact of project initiatives
Manage craft-facing SharePoint sites
Facilitate creation/maintenance/troubleshooting of PDF linked documents and dashboards
Stays informed of new technologies & industry practices and educates team members
Subject matter expert on current and emerging solution impacting McKinstry’s craft workers
Develops and collaborates with functional training managers to provide in-person and virtual training
Participate in cross-functional committees and teams.
Develop and maintain professional relationships with peers in other departments.
Act as a business/technology consultant to the organization – introducing technology and process changes that make McKinstry more nimble, productive, competitive and profitable.
Communicate vision and strategies for projects with the team and other departments in McKinstry.
What we would like to see from you:
Must have demonstrated proficiency for managing technology projects, new development and/or support of existing critical enterprise systems.
Bachelor’s degree/AA in Information Technology, Program Management, Business Management, Computer Science or related field required, or equivalent work experience required.
Deep knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite - Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and Visio required
Working knowledge of SharePoint, Bluebeam, Power BI, Salesforce, Assemble, Navisworks, MS Project desired.
Knowledge of relevant technology advances and implementation of new technology in construction is preferred.
Transformational change requires bold action. We must decarbonize our buildings and energy assets to combat climate change. We must tackle the affordability crisis by innovating waste out of our supply chain and dramatically cutting costs through improved productivity. We must deliver equitable outcomes to ensure healthy, high-performing buildings for all. Together, Building a Thriving Planet.
Building a collective commitment: Our values demand that we take accountability for diversity, equity, and inclusion. No single individual or organization can stem the tide of inequity alone. We must work together
People represent our most valued asset. By investing in our employees, we are also investing in the ongoing success of our company. We pride ourselves on offering a comprehensive, PeopleFirst benefits package to promote health and wellness, enhance work/life balance and ensure long-term stability for our employees and their families. Some of these benefits include:
A robust internal mobility program to help you develop your career
Competitive pay backed by 401(k) and profit-sharing plans.
Comprehensive medical, prescription drugs, vision, and dental.
Orca Card and free parking
Business mileage reimbursement and/or electric fleet vehicles for business travel and meetings
Up to 16 weeks of paid parental leave.
Adoption and IVF assistance.
Paid time off.
McKinstry University training and development.
McKinstry wellness programs and on-site gyms.
Community service and employee-directed charitable giving.
The McKinstry group of companies are equal opportunity employers. We are committed to providing equal employment opportunities to all employees and qualified applicants without regard to sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, race, color, creed, marital status, national origin, disability, veteran status, genetic information, or any other basis protected by law. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment including, but not limited to employment, advancement, assignment, and training. This commitment to Equal Employment Opportunity is made equally as a social responsibility and as an economic and business necessity.
McKinstry is a drug-free workplace. Employment is contingent upon successfully passing a pre-employment drug and alcohol test, complying with the requirements of the Immigration Reform and Control Act and a Confidentiality Agreement, in addition to successful outcomes of background and reference checks.
Applicants for this role will only be considered if they possess current US Work Authorization, and do not require employer-sponsored VISA support to begin or remain in this role.