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Because we continually strive to set new standards of excellence in our industry, we require a different kind of employee: a person who is proactive, resourceful, collaborative and does not run from adversity. The kind of person who believes there’s always a way if we all work together.

Our hiring process is designed to identify such people — who maintain the highest professional and personal standards, work hard and can tackle tough jobs smiling.

If that’s you, you’ll do the best work of your life at JP Cullen.

We are committed to our community, our employees and their families. We offer outstanding benefits including health insurance, dental, competitive bonus structure, profit sharing, PTO, holiday pay, employee assistance and professional development.

JP Cullen is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action (EEO/AA) Employer. We promote diversity by proactively recruiting, hiring and promoting women, minorities, disabled individuals and veterans. JP Cullen provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics.

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Open Positions

Experienced Project Manager | Milwaukee, WI

The main role of a Project Manager is to plan, manage, and support the Superintendent to ensure success for multiple projects. This includes profitability, customer service, schedule, teamwork, etc.

Marketing is a key responsibility for a Project Manager at JP Cullen. The amount of marketing expected by a Project Manager is determined differently for each individual, and is dependent on the skills, experience and work load of an individual. As a minimum, a Project Manager is expected to:

  • Market JP Cullen through excellent customer service to established clients and industry contacts.
  • Follow up on leads for potential projects.
  • Complete specific marketing-related assignments as determined by division manager.

Major responsibilities include:

  • Lead the project team.
  • Ensure that the intent of JP Cullen policies, procedures and quality standards is followed in accordance with our Quality Management System.
  • Maintain a positive work atmosphere by acting and communicating in a manner so that you get along with customers, clients, co-workers and management.
  • Execution of subcontracts and purchase orders.
  • Accountable for project schedule.
  • Safety.
  • Overall subcontractor performance.
  • Actively engage in pre-job planning.
  • Coordination for the owner and architect issues (change orders, Progress Meetings, etc.)
  • Timeliness and accuracy of plus/minus reports.
  • Execution of shop drawings and RFI’s.
  • Cash management.
  • Provide excellent customer service that will result in long term relationships.
  • Overall job profitability.
  • Mentor Superintendent, Foreman and Engineer for personal and company growth.
  • Participate in presentations as needed.
  • Perform additional duties as directed by supervisor.


  • Four-year college degree related to construction or completion of an apprenticeship and a combination of at least two to four years of field and managerial experience or six to eight or more years of experience in a construction-related position where knowledge was gained in the areas of construction, design, finance and management.

  • Must possess superior communication and interpersonal (facilitation, diplomacy, influence, etc.) skills.

  • Minimum five years experience.
Field Administrative Assistant | Madison, WI

Provides clerical and administrative support for the length of one specific downtown Madison based project. Full Time Employment would be begin immediately through 8/31/18.

Major responsibilities include:

  • Provides clerical and administrative support to construction manager & construction superintendent.
  • Maintain a positive work atmosphere by acting and communicating in a manner so that you get along with customers, clients, co-workers and management.
  • Type varieties of documents (letters, reports, memos, meeting minutes etc.). May entail producing confidential documents.
  • Prepare and check correspondence for accuracy and readability.
  • Work with contractors to properly document City of Madison ordinance requirements.
  • Schedule meetings (reserve location, distribute agenda, etc.).
  • May take and transcribe dictation. Prepare final document from written format.
  • Insure routine work items (daily, weekly, monthly, data reports, and similar items) are received. Follow-up and expedite late items.
  • Update blueprints & contract documents when new documents are produced by the design team.
  • Must be courteous, professional, and diplomatic in dealing with external contacts. Position has continual contact with owners, labor and government and similar group representatives.
  • Receive, send & distribute submittals, shop drawings & samples to & from subcontractors, suppliers & designers.
  • Take jobsite photos on a weekly basis & distribute accordingly
  • Assist in acquiring responses from the owner, architect, suppliers, or subcontractors as directed by the project team.
  • Maintain electronic & physical files & record documents


    • High school diploma or equivalent and one to two years of business or secretarial school or equivalent experience.
    • Ability to work in a fast paced environment.
    • Software knowledge and experience in Microsoft Word and Excel.
    • Good organizational and record keeping abilities.
    • Must have excellent communications and interpersonal skills.
    • Grammar and writing skills are essential.