An assistant construction manager is someone who works under the direction of the construction manager to plan, coordinate, and organize the project from the conceptual design development stage to the final construction stage. Your duties include providing onsite assistance to complete construction projects on time and within budget, ensuring that requirements, as specified by the client and senior management, are met, and assisting the manager in performing inventory task in a way to offer quality material to go along with the building and safety codes. You are also to ensure that construction industry safety regulations are followed.
To be an assistant construction manager, you need a bachelor's degree in construction management, civil engineering, project management, or similar fields and at least two to five years of experience in assisting site managers with construction projects. You must also have strong leadership qualities and interpersonal skills. Your average annual salary will be $60,680.