Project Manager- Estimator / Xactimate Lee's Summit

Project Manager- Estimator / Xactimate

Full Time • Lee's Summit
  • 401(k)
  • Competitive salary
  • Dental insurance
  • Health insurance
  • Paid time off
We are the nation’s largest ServiceMaster franchise company and we have a location in Lee's Summit, MO that offers its employees on-the-job training, opportunity for career advancement, while helping people in need. 
Who we are: ServiceMaster DSI provides restoration in Lee's Summit, MO and surrounding areas. With  investment in education, the latest tools and technology, and expert training, we are industry leaders in disaster restoration and are known for the great care we take with clients and employees alike. 
• Our community-like work environment focuses on providing extensive training to service our clients with the most advanced equipment in the restoration industry. 
• We believe that engaged and happy employees makes ServiceMaster DSI an amazing place to work where we are always ready to help families and businesses recover from fire and water damage. 

The Position: We’re looking for a Project Manager to oversee projects for residential & commercial losses caused by fire, water, mold and natural disasters. This person will develop relationships to build and grow accounts and manage projects. This person will also oversee projects with the help from an assigned Construction Superintendent, from start to finish and manage contractors. We are seeking those with both sales and project management experience.
This position ranges from $70,000 - $100,000 annually and is eligible for annual, uncapped bonus.

  •    We offer Health and Wellness Insurance, paid vacation 
  •    We also offer Dental, Vision, Life insurance, along with 401K 
  •    Competitive base salary + annual bonus option + company vehicle


  • 5 years in residential and commercial restoration
  • Must have prior disaster mitigation estimating experience and Xactimate experience
  • Attention to details
  • Must have good communication skills 
  • Must have a valid Drivers License 
  • Ability to travel out of town is preferred
  • Pass background check and drug screen  
  • Prove repair and restoration estimates for provided project leads. 
  • Lead communication efforts between customer and insurance providers.  
  • Monitor/control construction through the administrative direction of on-site Superintendent to ensure the project is built on schedule and within budget. 
  • Evaluate construction progress and team performance to ensure projects are built on schedule and within budget. 
  • Manage financial aspects of repair and restoration projects.
  • Identify all potential legal problems and litigation’s for their projects and reviews them with the Branch Manager and Construction Superintendent. 
  • Oversee completion of project close-out. 
  • Represent the company in project meetings. 
  • Provide technical assistance and support to all members of the project. 
  • Identify new work opportunities and inform Sales and Marketing of potential projects with current clients. 
  • Actively leads internal team(s) that focuses on continuous improvement of the business. 
  • Promote the growth and development of client, subcontractor and vendor relationships. 
  • Familiar with all Policies and Processes as it relates to this position. 
  • Proactively identify and solve problems to minimize risk.  

Why Should You Apply? 

  • Competitive compensation  
  • Great Benefits 
  •  We work together – openly and cross-functionally because it enables us to build relationships, learning together and win as a team. 
  • We go above and beyond for our clients and you’ll find that we have a dynamic environment where learning and growth opportunities are abundant and hard work and results are awarded. 
  •  If you’re looking for a challenging and fulfilling career, be part of the ServiceMaster DSI family. 
Compensation: $70,000.00 - $100,000.00 per year

We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

This franchise is independently owned and operated by a franchisee. Your application will go directly to the franchisee, and all hiring decisions will be made by the management of this franchisee. All inquiries about employment at this franchisee should be made directly to the franchise location, and not to The ServiceMaster Company, LLC.

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