Role Title:  Construction Manager

Role Summary: As the Construction Manager you will oversee construction from pre-construction (early pricing exercises, sub selection) through closeout (punch list, turnover). You will be responsible for bidding, streamlining procurement of critical path items (millwork, lighting, etc.), establishing relationships with national vendors and developing buying power. You are an expert at solving day-to-day issues & emergencies connected to build out and will be charged with keeping the project on schedule and on budget as well as coordinating all external consultants. You will serve as the bridge between consultants and the Tia team through regular check-ins and progress reports. 

Tia Company values you “spike” on: 

  • Make something that people want
  • Achieve excellence, with regard to impact over effort
  • Act as a pack, not a lone wolf
  • Insist on diversity 
  • Find joy and gratitude every day
  • Teamwork centric but with respect for top down directives when necessary
  • Ownership mentality


  • Holding people accountable
  • Strongly adheres to process 
  • Ability to set a plan, and manage to the plan, metrics of success and manage to it
  • Cross-functional collaboration 
  • Clear communication style - directive and straight-forward, not dramatic or passive 
  • Extremely good at prioritization, even when multitasking
  • Time management 
  • Detail-oriented
  • Holding people, organizations accountable
  • Highly organized 
  • Incredibly high bar for excellence
  • Proven ability to learn from mistakes, ability to reflect
  • Motivates others, despite changing expectations


  • Proficiency in MS/Google Suite, and Smartsheets
  • Customer service skills
  • Process of creating and implementing SOPs 
  • Problem perception + escalation 
  • Skills to motivate. You can build a team of leaders
  • Timeline management/ deadline delivery
  • Planning and goal setting
  • Budget management
  • Knowledgeable of the construction industry and up to date on the ever-changing trends
  • Risk management
  • Strong negotiation skills
  • Builds trust
  • Tech-minded
  • Enthusiastic
  • Thrive in a start-up environment and be comfortable with change 


1. Oversee Construction from precon through close out. Responsible for keeping the build out on schedule and under budget.

  • Oversight
    • Review all architectural plans, shop drawings, lighting proposals, and other documentation related to design development and construction processes
    • Ensure work is done in compliance with all relevant building and safety codes
    • Provide direction over contracts and subcontracts
    • Ensure that the project is constructed in accordance with the contract requirements and specifications and with the required quality
    • Coordinate and work with departments on the punchlist and post-opening phase
    • Travel and oversee construction on the ground, as needed
  • Budget
    • Manage responsibility of maintaining, overseeing, tracking, evaluating and refining the overall construction budget and schedules including progress reporting on capital expenditures
    • Prepare bid packages for General Contractors, level and negotiate bids, and award contracts
    • Maintain cost estimates of assigned projects and assist in soliciting and obtaining bids from contractors, subcontractors and material suppliers
  • Timelines
    • Ensure target dates, milestone events and deadlines are being met
    • Keep teams on schedule, strategize and work toward solutions to avoid unforeseen delays

2. Responsible for construction consultant and external vendor coordination and relationships. Serve as the bridge between external teams and the internal Tia team. Strong, consistent communication between all teams.

  • Issue progress updates as needed regarding costs and timelines
  • Attend weekly construction meetings and design meetings and produce status reports
  • Coordinate efforts across entire project between architects, designers, engineers, and subcontractors 
  • Manage phases of project build outs, closely collaborating with internal departments, external designers, landlords, and external partners and consultants
  • Join weekly meetings with the development team and report on construction updates inclusive of; review timelines, designs, and strategic questions related to build outs
  • Monitor permit process: work to ensure all permitting is completed and sign offs are obtained in a timely manner

3. Develop the procurement process as it relates to new clinic medical equipment, and long lead construction items. Work to find savings wherever possible.

  • Help coordinate owner supplied procurement items with vendors and general contractors
  • Work with national vendors to set up national contracts
  • Negotiate contracts, terms and deadlines with vendors and suppliers
  • Source and interview vendors; negotiate contracts and costs
  • Create a tracking and inventory system for FF&E in all new spaces

Additional Information:

  • Must be able to work some flexible/non-traditional hours
  • 2-5 years of construction experience (multi-unit experience is a plus) 
  • Experience successfully managing and building relationships with consultants, contractors, and vendors
  • Experience opening new brick and mortar locations
  • Hospitality background a plus
  • Paid holidays, vacation, and sick leave
  • Open to travel 60% of the job (to other markets, offsites, new space openings)


  • Unlimited vacation
  • Free Tia membership
  • Competitive stock option package
  • $300 one-time WFH stipend
  • $50/month phone and internet reimbursement 
  • Medical, dental, and vision benefits
  • 401k program (no matching at this time)
  • Top of the line 13” Macbook Pro 
  • Travel stipend for team off-sites


This position may require attendance at company and team off-sites and is subject the Company’s vaccine requirement, as permitted by law and subject to reasonable accommodation.

Tia is an equal opportunity employer. We are proud to foster a workplace free from discrimination. We strongly believe that diversity of experience, perspectives, and background will lead to a better environment for our employees and a better product for our users and patients. We strongly encourage people of color and members of the LGBTQ+ community to apply.
If you are committed to collaborative problem solving, creating high-quality and user-centric products, and want to make waves in women's healthcare, join us

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