Assistant Project Manager Jobs in Alaska

Aid project manager as required, providing support in areas such as planning and budgeting. Assistant project managers are typically responsible for day-to-day administrative duties related to project management. They log documents, update spreadsheets and databases, and prepare work schedules. Because many of their tasks involve maintaining records and documentation, they are capable with computers—particularly Microsoft Office Suite— and have strong organizational skills.

Assistant project managers also coordinate between subcontractors, clients, and various departments, and so must have substantial interpersonal skills as well as a proficiency in verbal and written communication. As project managers may ask assistants to oversee some worksites, this position also demands a general working knowledge of the construction process, including pertinent equipment and methods.

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Assistant Project Manager

  • Fairbanks North Star Borough
  • Fairbanks, AK
  • 4 days ago
POSITION TITLE: Assistant Project Manager STATUS: Regular Full Time Project Funded SALARY: 13A $31.28/hr FLSA: Non-Exempt PCN: PW0471 UNION STATUS: 01 APEA REPORTS TO: Architect/Engineer POSITIONS SUPERVISED...

Demographic Data for Alaska

Moving to Alaska? Find some basic demographic data about Alaska below.


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Salary for Assistant Project Manager Jobs in Alaska

Estimated salary range based on data from US Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) and iHireConstruction research efforts.

Top Hiring Companies

Top hiring companies in your area for Assistant Project Manager positions


  • State of Alaska
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  • Ukpeagvik Inupiat Corporation
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  • Arctic Slope Regional Corporation
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  • Bering Straits Native Corporation
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  • Stantec, Inc.
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  • Qivliq Federal Group
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  • Energy Jobline
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  • Nana Regional Corporation
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  • PAE
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  • Matanuska-Susitna Borough
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Licensing / Certification

Required or preferred licenses and certifications for Assistant Project Manager positions.


Highest Education Level

Assistant Project Managers in Alaska offer the following education background
  • Bachelor's Degree (44.9%)
  • Master's Degree (18.5%)
  • Associate's Degree (11.2%)
  • High School or GED (11.0%)
  • Vocational Degree or Certification (10.4%)
  • Some College (2.4%)
  • Doctorate Degree (1.1%)
  • Some High School (0.4%)

Average Work Experience

Here's a breakdown of the number of years' experience offered by Assistant Project Managers in Alaska
  • 6-8 years (35.0%)
  • 4-6 years (20.0%)
  • 1-2 years (15.0%)
  • 2-4 years (15.0%)
  • 8-10 years (10.0%)
  • Less than 1 year (5.0%)

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