Location: Salinas, California Office
Compensation: $24-$34 per hour, plus benefits package including 401(k) and health benefits


SSB Construction has been building with confidence for over 75 years—and we’re looking for a project coordinator to join our team. This is a challenging and rewarding entry-level position that will introduce you to all aspects of construction in commercial, industrial and public environments.

The Project Coordinator role is an entry level position, where you will learn construction techniques and how to work with subcontractors. As a Project Coordinator, you will be accountable for providing technical and administrative project support. You will work on projects of limited complexity and may assist a Project Manager with projects of up to $5M. You will also assist in field administration to achieve project profitability and schedule goals.

Project Coordinator Job Description

As a Project Coordinator, you will have the opportunity to develop skills in:

Project Coordinator Job Qualifications:

About SSB Construction

Having built a strong reputation for integrity, hard work, and craftsmanship since 1945, SSB Construction provides a positive environment of teamwork and support. We are continuing to grow and expand, both in the number of projects we oversee and the types of construction services we provide to our clients.

At SSB, our motto is “Solid Sustainable Building.” We are driven to help our clients meet their needs, and we believe in giving back to the communities we serve. Our work helps drive the economic growth and vitality of the local region.

SSB Construction is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. You will be considered for this position based upon your experience, without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, ancestry, marital status, disability, or veteran status. We look forward to receiving your application and learning more about you.

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