Culture & People
Over 30 years ago, Interface Consulting was founded on principles that still drive the company today – a commitment to excellence, a strong entrepreneurial spirit, and a dedication to client satisfaction through teamwork. This is the core of our business model, and it has earned us the trust of our clients and our people.
Our highly qualified and experienced people have enabled Interface Consulting to become an industry leader, and they are our most important resource. Each consultant offers a unique combination of technical expertise and management experience. This distinguished blend of disciplines and backgrounds provides the Interface Consulting team with the insight to address the subtleties and complexities within today’s construction industry.
We strive to hire talented and dedicated professionals who are seeking a dynamic, fast-paced company and challenging work environment. Interface Consulting looks for individuals who exhibit the leadership and management skills vital to executing and delivering on our promise to exceed our clients’ expectations. We invite you to learn more about the career opportunities at Interface Consulting.
Interface Consulting offers a competitive compensation and benefits package along with opportunities for personal and professional development. As a diversified and dynamic corporation, we are pleased to consider qualified candidates to join our professional team. Interface Consulting is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Technical Consulting Positions
Technical consulting positions require an engineering, architecture, construction science, construction-related, or other technical degree. Project consulting levels require several years of construction experience up to the principal consulting level which requires extensive construction experience and an established career in the industry. A master’s degree in accounting, finance, or economics is desired but is not a requirement. Construction experience requires either one or a combination of the following backgrounds:
Construction Manager/Engineer: Planning construction projects, budgets, and schedules; managing projects from site development to completion; overseeing contract administration, RFIs, and change orders; developing specifications and proposals; and/or letting bid tenders and evaluating construction bids.
Project Manager/Engineer: Managing projects; estimating; preparing proposals; negotiating contracts, change orders, and construction claims; monitoring and overseeing project schedules, cost, quality, and scope of work; and/or working in the construction field.
Cost Estimating: Performing cost analysis, estimating activities, economic and financial analysis, cost engineering, cost performance measurement, and/or change control.
Scheduling: Preparing, reviewing, and monitoring project schedules and monthly performance reports; proficiency in scheduling programs such as Primavera, Expedition, Prolog, and/or other industry-recognized scheduling software.
Construction Claims: Evaluating project cost overruns, schedule delays and disruptions, construction defects, and contractor termination; analyzing change orders, manpower efficiency, and other construction issues; and/or preparing damage models, construction claims, requests for equitable adjustment, and packages for settlement.
Litigation: Assessing and quantifying damages for schedule delays, productivity loss, quality of workmanship, standards of care, and other contractual disputes; developing presentations for negotiations; preparing expert reports and statements of opinions for arbitration and litigation; and/or providing testimony for depositions and trial.
Commercial Group Positions
Commercial Group positions require a bachelor of arts, science, or business administration. Entry level positions require experience in a business environment up to directors, which require extensive experience in a professional discipline. A master’s degree is a plus. Experience in one of the following areas is required:
Consulting: Performing construction and/or business related consulting services; providing market research, productivity, performance improvement, process improvement, and feasibility studies; performing due diligence, acquisitions and mergers, restructuring, and turnaround management.
Accounting/Finance: Providing finance and accounting department support; overseeing all accounting and billing functions; performing damage quantification and economic and financial analysis; and/or performing certified public accounting and/or controller duties.
Editorial/Communication: Supporting executive management, operations, and communications departments; writing and editing correspondence, project documents, proposals, press releases, and marketing materials; overseeing quality assurance for corporate communications and client documents.
Graphics: Providing assistance in IT and graphics departments; developing graphic illustrations, trial graphics, and demonstrative evidence; preparing PowerPoint, flash, and multi-media presentations; designing materials for special events, communications, marketing, and client relations; and proficiency working in Adobe Photoshop, AutoCAD, and/or other graphics-related software programs.
Marketing: Assisting the marketing and business development department; researching and targeting potential projects and client markets; overseeing marketing and business development initiatives; and/or managing corporate planning and development, strategic alliances, and contract administration.
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