SureSite is an established company with an entrepreneurial culture of tried and true professionals eager to leverage their expertise for the benefit of customers and each other. We’re agile and able to make decisions quickly without bureaucratic processes. SureSite has a far reach with projects coast to coast and 4 four regional offices. Our executives are accessible and involved with day-to-day operations supporting project efforts as needed.
SureSite’s matrix style organization means you will be employed on different phases of different projects, offering variety as well as stability of knowing there is always more work to be done. We have a family feel, knowing one another, supporting one another, and encouraging creative approaches… thinking ahead rather than reactively. You’ll enjoy the voice and impact you will have as part of the SureSite team.
We are committed to maintaining a diverse, experienced professional team. SureSite is one of approximately 10,000 U.S. businesses to receive Women’s Business Enterprise National Council certification. We bring a wealth of perspectives to every project.
The Program Manager is responsible for the operations and sales of existing projects, with a focus on increasing productivity and project margin. Leads project managers and teams. Read more.
The Project Manager is responsible for overseeing all development and construction activities, which may include site identification, lease negotiations, regulatory, zoning, permitting, engineering, and construction. The Project Manager will drive strong customer service, both internally and externally, and ensure client relationships are well maintained and project timelines are met within budget. Read more.
The Construction Manager is responsible for the supervision and management of construction field crews for assigned client projects. They are accountable for managing the overall field performance, including scope, cost, safety, quality, schedule, implementation, and customer satisfaction. Local travel to jobsites will be required within the market. Read more.
Site Development Specialist
The Site Development Specialist (SDS) is responsible for the site audits, acquisition, leasing and zoning activities. The SDS should require very little supervision, guidance and training regarding the essential duties of the position and should be available for travel when necessary. Read more.
The Project Coordinator role provides support to project teams which includes direct communication with project managers, site development specialists and some client interaction. Actively involved in all project phases including: project start up, leasing, compliance, zoning and permitting and project close out. Read more.