Construction Management, Project Management, Scheduling
4 Year Degree
Job Description – Construction Analyst
C2G offers a dynamic, fast-paced environment with an emphasis on teamwork, flexibility and continued professional growth. Working within project teams, Construction Analysts are responsible for performing the day-to-day activities on C2G projects.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Assists in the organization, review and analysis of project records.
Supports detailed analysis of project schedule delays, cost overruns, contracts, and change orders.
Develops schedule and cost models.
Gathers and enters data.
Performs quality control and demonstrates documentation of work product.
C2G is seeking qualified individuals with a college degree in Engineering, Construction Management, Architecture and/or related fields1 to 5 years of work experience desired. Knowledge of the construction industry is preferred.
Strong quantitative, analytical and interpersonal skills.
Creative problem solving ability.
Strong oral and written communication skills.
Flexibility in handling task and priority changes.
Strong working knowledge of Microsoft applications such as Excel, Word and PowerPoint.
Experience with Primavera scheduling tools is a plus, but not required.
Must be willing to travel and work overtime as needed.
About C2G International
C2G International, LLC provides litigation support, forensic consulting, expert witness testimony, and project management and advisory services. Our consultants analyze the causes of construction and business disputes and evaluate the associated economic impacts. We also assist clients with the on-going management of large, complex construction and manufacturing projects. C2G employs over 40 professionals located in Aliso Viejo, California; Long Beach, California; and Atlanta, Georgia. C2G works domestically and internationally and serves a variety of clients, including owners, contractors, developers, manufacturers, governments and government agencies, municipalities, financial institutions, insurers, engineers and architects, construction managers, subcontractors, and their legal counsel.