Sr. Contract Administrator - Bay Area

In the past five decades, Dome Construction has grown to be one of California's most recognizable construction companies with a deep understanding and expertise in Commercial Interior, Life Sciences, Technology, and Healthcare building. For over 50 years, Dome has focused on practicing their founded principles which centered on integrity, transparency, and a commitment to doing things right. Our clients range from the Fortune 500 to emerging startups who value relationships, culture, and transparency. Year over year, the percentage of our work performed for repeat clients averages greater than 90% of our overall business - relationships run deep and are long-lasting.

At Dome, we believe that passion is as necessary as hard skills and talent, and why we seek team members who are curious, collaborative, and ready for a challenge. If you want to be part of something exceptional, we would love to meet you.

The Sr. Contract Administrator will perform a variety of activities associated with the oversight, management, processing, reporting, and execution of Business and Trade Partners contract agreements.

The Ideal Candidate Has:
•7-10 years of experience in a construction contract administrator role.
•CCCA Certified Construction Contract Administrator a plus, but not required.
•NCMA (National Contract Management Association) certificate a plus, but not required.
•CRIS Certification is a plus, but not required.
•Architect / Engineer contracting background and/or insurance background a plus.
•Paralegal training and or work experience could be a plus.
•Ability to travel primarily within California up to 25% of the time.

The Sr. Contract Administrator will serve many functions including:
•Maintain a strong relationship and act as Intermediary to counsel, trade partners, and project teams with contractor language.
•Assist Project Teams and/or Estimating Department and field personnel with contracts.
•Work with Dome’s Risk Management & Dome counsel to periodically update the Master Service Agreement language.
•Research and provide responses to bid and pre-qualification questions.
•Create new MSA’s & renew existing MSA’s.
•Assist in the preparation and distribution and follow up of contracts and all related documents as needed.
•Oversee Maintenance of Contract Tracking system- ensuring all contracts are tracked and facilitate business and legal approvals; proactively follow up with approvers during contract life cycle. Ensure contracts are submitted through correct workflow.
•Write contract letters and other communications and notices. Review and provide support to the project teams in negotiating contracts for construction projects, subcontractors, vendors, professional services, and technology agreement.
•Create regular status reports regarding progress on contracting projects. Prepare a variety of reports, correspondence, and related documents in preparation for contract metrics reports.
•Analyze contracts to ensure they comply with state and federal laws and regulations
•Oversee Vendor Enrollment & Management process– ensuring vendors are assisted in establishing their supplier account. Support vendor contacts through the established contract and invoice payment procedures
•Secure all necessary approvals and ensure that standard company policies & procedures are followed.

Required Skills:
•Experience implementing and working with contract software and record management systems. (Contract renewal, MSA process, MSA updates)
•Experience working with Business, Trade Partners and counsel.
•Knowledgeable and understanding of contract law
•Experience with negotiating contracts and fluent in construction contract language.
•Excellent analytical thinking skills and problem-solving abilities
•Successfully demonstrates use of knowledge of contract law in timely contracting including renewal of existing agreements & creation of new agreements.
•Strong negotiation and mediation skills
•Possesses superior attention to detail in order to spot & correct inconsistencies in contracts
•Able to work productively independently and as part


Contract Administrator - Bay Area

In the past five decades, Dome Construction has grown to be one of California's most recognizable construction companies with a deep understanding and expertise in Commercial Interior, Life Sciences, Technology, and Healthcare building. For over 50 years, Dome has focused on practicing their founded principles which centered on integrity, transparency, and a commitment to doing things right. Our clients range from the Fortune 500 to emerging startups who value relationships, culture, and transparency. Year over year, the percentage of our work performed for repeat clients averages greater than 90% of our overall business - relationships run deep and are long-lasting.

At Dome, we believe that passion is as necessary as hard skills and talent, and why we seek team members who are curious, collaborative, and ready for a challenge. If you want to be part of something exceptional, we would love to meet you.

The Contract Administrator will perform a variety of activities associated with the administration, processing, reporting, and execution of Business and Trade Partners contract agreements.

The Ideal Candidate Has:
•3-5 years of experience in a construction contract administrator role.
•CCCA Certified Construction Contract Administrator a plus, but not required.
•NCMA (National Contract Management Association) certificate a plus, but not required. CRIS Certification is a plus, but not required.
•Experience with risk management as it relates to contracts is a plus.
•Architect / Engineer contracting background and/or insurance background a plus.
•Experience with negotiating contracts and fluent in construction contract language.
•Paralegal training and or work experience could be a plus.
•Ability to travel within primarily California up to 25% of the time.

The Contract Administrator will serve many functions including:
•Assist Dome’s Risk Management team and counsel to periodically create and update the Master Service Agreement language.
•Provide Project Managers with administrative resources for contracts.
•Maintain a strong relationship with Business, Trade Partners and outside legal counsel.
•Assist in the preparation and distribution of contracts and all related documents as needed. Monitor the receipt and follow-up on contract requirements.
•Track all contracts and facilitate business and legal approvals; proactively follow up with approvers during contract life cycle.
•Ensure contracts are submitted through correct workflow. Review and support the negotiation of contractual requirements.
•Assist vendors in establishing their supplier account. Support vendor contacts through the established contract and invoice payment procedures.
•Provide support to project teams in negotiating contracts for projects, subcontractors, vendors, professional services and technology agreements.
•Ensure that all records are accurate and up to date, necessary approvals and ensure that standard company policies & procedures are followed
•Write contract letters and other communications and notices and create regular status reports regarding progress on contracting projects.
•Prepare a variety of reports, correspondence, and related documents in preparation for contracting metrics reports.
•Assist Project Teams and/or Estimating Department and field personnel with contract.
•Support company through both internal and external audits as it relates to a contract document.

Required Skills:
•Experience working with contract tracking software and record management. (Contract renewal, MSA process, MSA updates).
•Experience working with Business, Trade Partners and counsel.
•Excellent analytical thinking skills and problem-solving abilities.
•Successfully demonstrates knowledge of contract law, including renewal of existing agreements & creation of new agreements.
•Possesses superior attention to detail in order to spot & correct inconsistencies in contracts.
•Previous experience in customer service and strong communication skills (written, verbal & listening).
•Able to work productively independently and as part of a team.
•Ability to work successfully and reliably to meet deadlines.


Accounting Manager - SSF

In the past five decades, Dome Construction has grown to be one of California's most recognizable construction companies with a deep understanding and expertise in Commercial Interior, Life Sciences, Technology, and Healthcare building. For over 50 years, Dome has focused on practicing their founded principles which centered on integrity, transparency, and a commitment to doing things right. Our clients range from the Fortune 500 to emerging startups who value relationships, culture, and transparency. Year over year, the percentage of our work performed for repeat clients averages greater than 90% of our overall business - relationships run deep and are long-lasting.

At Dome, we believe that passion is as necessary as hard skills and talent, and why we seek team members who are curious, collaborative, and ready for a challenge. If you want to be part of something exceptional, we would love to meet you.

The Accounting Manager supports and assists Controller and Director of Finance with overseeing the daily operations of the accounting department while establishing and enforcing proper accounting methods, policies, and principles. Supports and assists Controller.

The Ideal Candidate Has:

  • BS/BA in Accounting or Finance; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • CPA preferred but not required.
  • 4 years combined of experience in public and industry accounting.
  • 2+ supervision experience.
  • Construction background preferred.
  • Familiarity in payroll.

The Accounting Manager will serve many functions including:

  • Assist in overseeing the daily operations of the payroll department, and process improvement.
  • Maintain integrity of the general ledger to include account reconciliations and resolving discrepancies.
  • Assist in monthly reconciliations, WIP and Metrics preparation for month and year-end close.
  • Reconcile, process, and post Monthly Journal Entries.
  • Supervise the yearly and Monthly Tax filling as requested by Controller and/or CFO
  • Work with Director of Finance/Assistant Controller to consistently look for ways to improve the processing of documents and/or work within the Accounting Department and assist with special projects as requested by department heads.
  • Manage, mentor, and develop staff under supervision.

 

Required Skills:

  • Ability to organize, prioritize, coordinate, multi-task and complete work accurately while meeting deadlines.
  • Effective communication and strong analytical and quantitative skills.
  • Responsible and professional with strong work ethic, integrity, reliability, and confidentiality.
  • Demonstrated ability to work effectively as part of a team and with others.
  • Develops and maintains positive business relationships with internal customers and external contacts.
  • Continuous learner: demonstrates desire and ability to gain knowledge; open to coaching and continuous improvement.
  • Ability to adapt and flexible to changing environments.

 

Technical:

  • Must be proficient in use of Excel spreadsheets to include use of functions, queries, pivot tables and report preparation.
  • Viewpoint Vista software experience a plus.
  • Administrative duties and report creation as required.

 

Personal Skills:

  • Motivation: Continually learn and take on added responsibly while maintaining a positive attitude.
  • Judgement: Decisions made in a manner consistent with the Company’s primary interest.
  • Planning: Look ahead and organize activities so that deadlines are met.
  • Initiative: Seek out new opportunities to contribute.
  • Ownership: Total commitment to the success of the project, his/her teammates, and the company.

 

We look forward to hearing from you!


MEP Coordinator - Bay Area

Dome Construction was established over 50 years ago and has grown to be one of California's most recognizable construction companies with a deep understanding and expertise in Commercial Interior, Life Sciences, Technology, and Healthcare building. Dome was founded on principles centered on integrity, transparency, and a commitment to doing things right and continues to showcase these values today.

Our clients range from the Fortune 500 to emerging startups who value relationships, culture, and transparency. Year over year, the percentage of our work performed for repeat clients averages greater than 90% of our overall business - relationships run deep and are long-lasting.

At Dome, we believe that passion is as necessary as hard skills and talent, and why we seek team members who are curious, collaborative, and ready for a challenge. If you want to be part of something exceptional, we would love to meet you.

The MEP Coordinator is responsible for the overall coordination of all who work alongside our MEP Team.

The Ideal Candidate Has:

  • 5+ years construction experience, with 3+ dedicated to MEP.
  • Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical/Electrical Engineering, Construction Management, or equivalent education desired.

The MEP Coordinator will serve many functions including:

  • Preconstruction design review and constructability coordination.
  • Reviewing and monitoring construction installations, field installation coordination and technical problem solving.
  • MEP system start-up, testing, commissioning and acceptance.

Requirements:

  • Responsible for estimating support, subcontractor bid reviews, scheduling, project logistics, and constructability reviews as it relates to MEP systems.
  • Support both pre-construction and the project team in reviewing trade partners estimates and costs as it relates to design changes.
  • Manage the owner-architect interface in the planning and installation of the following systems: electrical, HVAC, automation, plumbing, process piping, low voltage systems, fire/life safety, and fire protection design/construction coordination (validated and non-validated systems).
  • Participate in review of all MEP related shop drawings and submittals.
  • Assist in the development of full commissioning plans for all MEP systems that identify and define the following: all test requirements, required inspections, factory start-up of major equipment, factory acceptance testing, project and vendor documentation requirements, and integrated test plans demonstrating full system operations.
  • Oversee coordination of MEP systems through the project virtual design and construction process.
  • Responsible for onsite construction support for MEP systems and will oversee the start-up, balancing, commissioning and validation certification of these systems, including owner training and project closeout.
  • Develop and oversee project specific MEP quality and safety programs, including leading safety cause mapping for post MEP safety events.
  • Good working knowledge with building facilities; Life Sciences (cGMP, GLP) Manufacturing – labs, Critical Facilities, Electronics.

Personal Skills:

  • Ability to work effectively with others.
  • Professionalism in dealing with Owners, Architects, Subcontractors, Consultants and co-workers.
  • Maintain excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Motivation to continually learn and take on added responsibilities while maintaining a positive attitude. Develop expertise in each skill area exposed to.
  • Judgment: Know how to respond to a problem in a manner consistent with the Company’s primary interest.
  • Planning: Look ahead and organize activities to stay on top of multiple estimates.
  • Initiative: Sees out new opportunities to contribute. Push the envelope, raise the bar. Treat each estimate as an opportunity to excel.
  • Ownership: Total commitment to the success of the project, his/her teammates and the company.
  • View the success of his/her project as a reflection on him/herself.