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Field Verification Manager


Summary of Position Requirements

The Field Verification Manager is responsible for verification and correction of take-offs as needed for all active plans.  This includes verifying the take-offs on all prototype homes throughout construction, verifying take-offs on all active plans and submitting take-off changes as needed.  Working with Area Construction Manager and Construction Managers to resolve take-off plan issues when necessary.


Primary Duties and Responsibilities

  • Interact with the Purchasing Manager, Area Managers, and Construction Managers to resolve any take off problems
  • Verify and approve take off changes sent in from the field
  • Field inspection and verification of architectural, engineering, and materials on all new prototype homes
  • Field inspection and validation of take offs and make necessary adjustments
  • Filed inspections to identify unnecessary overhead expenses such as generators, portable toilets, and material wastes
  • Evaluate take off issues in the field and review with Estimator to make adjustments as necessary
  • Perform random audits during the construction process to ensure Scopes of Work are being enforced and followed, during the construction process to ensure quality control, and of materials dropped by suppliers
  • Measure available slab and flatwork prior to concrete our on regular field visit day
  • Review plans, take offs and budges for new communities and plans to resolve possible issues before e the community or plan starts and manage all plan sets
  • Assist as necessary with material take offs for new and revised plans
  • Analyze plans for cost analysis recommendations
  • Assist in the collection and distribution of bid information via Buzzsaw
  • Prepare contracting packages (i.e. Subcontractor Base Agreements, Scopes of Work, Insurance Requirements, Specifications, etc.)
  • Assist permitting agent with plans and reports needed to expedite permit process
  • Negotiate and question pricing and legitimacy of EPO’s
  • Review all extra EPO’s to verify within accordance of approved take offs, scopes of work, proper reason codes utilized, and work with Expeditor to resolve issues as they arise
  • Generate and analyze variance reports
  • Identify areas and trends in extra EPO’s to prevent and to reduce costs
  • Participate in division variance meetings, communicating results to the purchasing and construction team for any adjustments needed
  • Review site condition reports prior to budget creation


Education and Experience Requirements

  • Minimum High School Diploma or equivalent required
  • College Degree preferred
  • Valid Driver’s License with good driving record
  • Valid Auto Insurance Coverage
  • Minimum of 1 year of residential construction experience
  • Computer literate with the ability to work with JD Edwards, Auto CAD, Buzzsaw, Build Pro/Supply Pro, and Excel preferred
  • Full understanding of residential construction and architectural design
  • Professionally perform multiple ,detail oriented tasks with simultaneous deadlines
  • Good writing and organization skills
  • Possess strong work ethic, integrity, and loyalty
  • Team Player with the ability to work well under pressure



Regular Full-Time

Lennar Homes
Full time
Salary Range
$32,000.00 - 52,000.00
per Year
Salary range estimated by
Tampa, FL 33646, US