Indianapolis, IN, United States of America


Fischer Homes is one of the largest and most reputable homebuilders in the Greater Cincinnati, Columbus, Indianapolis, Atlanta, and Louisville areas. Founded in 1980, the company has grown to building over 24,000 homes and employs over 500 Associates. Fischer Homes' solid reputation has been built largely by the talent of our Associates as we have been recognized as the 30th largest builder in the United States.

Fischer Homes holds the highest ethical standards of business. We are honest and straightforward and will stand by our word. Our actions demonstrate respect, courtesy and above all, fairness.

Within the Fischer Homes organization, we value diversity and see each Associate as a team member and valuable asset. We select highly competent individuals to join our team, provide them with all of the resources, training, and development possible for them to make significant contributions, drive their own success while determining their career paths. The rewards for their efforts are advanced career opportunities with commensurate compensation packages and ultimately, the continued growth and stability of both Associates and Fischer Homes.

Job Skills / Requirements

Responsibilities: Our Land Development Construction Manager will manage our Land Development initiatives in our Indianapolis, Indiana and Columbus, Ohio divisions. Responsibilities include: Managing the preparation and approval of construction plans. Managing schedules and budgets for construction plan approvals and development activities. Managing the bidding process, contractor selection and contract execution. Monitoring construction quality control and conformance to design plans and internal standards. Interfaces with governmental officials for required inspections and approvals. Managing cost control, invoice approvals and completing a budget vs. actual comparison.

Qualifications: Strong leadership abilities Great organizational and communication skills to grow with a first-class company. Excellent listening and problem solving skills A strong analytic ability The ability to interact well with others and to successfully balance multiple tasks. Computer skills including proficiency in Microsoft Office and the use of Microsoft Project are also required. Extremely self-sufficient. Bachelor's Degree preferably in Civil Engineering or Construction Management.

Education Requirements (Any)

Bachelor's Degree

Additional Information / Benefits

Benefits: Medical Insurance, Life Insurance, Dental Insurance, Vision Insurance, Paid Vacation, Paid Holidays, Short Term Disability, Long Term Disability, 401K/403b Plan, Stock Options, Special Incentive Plans

This is a Full-Time position 1st Shift.