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Woodson Incorporated is a growing business that provides forestry management and utility services to business and governmental agencies. Woodson specializes in Land Clearing and Civil Construction Site Development.  The company is committed to customer satisfaction by providing safe, high quality and on-time services that ensure the continuation of the Woodson reputation.  All Woodson team members work in a culture of Trust, Care and Commitment where leadership is by example and looks to be on the cutting edge of technology.


We are seeking a Project Manager to join the Woodson team primarily supporting East TX and South/Central LA Operations.  The Project Manager is the primary field operations manager for Woodson Incorporated and leads all aspects of assigned projects from start to completion. Our Project Managers assist with bid development, build robust project plans, manage execution, control the budget, assure work safety, work quality and adherence to client requirements and satisfaction.

The primary purpose of the Woodson Incorporated Project Manager is to ensure safe and effective production in the field that meets or exceed our client expectations while achieving the business objectives of Woodson Inc.


  • Comply and ensure compliance with all Woodson Incorporated Safety Procedures, Company Policies, Practices and Procedures as well as Local, State and Federal Regulations by the employees and vendors under their supervision
  • Develop and Manage the project plans including the work schedule, goals and tasks through the Plan, Brief, Execute and Debrief work management cycle
  • Effectively coordinate and communicate the development, execution and completion of Project plans and objectives
  • Coordinate with the Site Superintendents and suppliers for deployment of personnel,  equipment and materials to achieve the daily, weekly and project level plans and objectives
  • Efficiently direct the deployment and maintenance of Woodson Incorporated tools and equipment including but not limited to basic machine maintenance, scheduled service, and repairs.
  • Ensure the Site Superintendents have completed all on-site communications including but not limited to daily plan briefings and debriefings, JSA’s, and tailboards
  • Train on-site personnel on proper operation and maintenance of tools and equipment
  • Effectively manage and coach subordinates with a spirit of continuous improvement and development
  • Identify and act on opportunities to grow Woodson Incorporated’s business


  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills
  • The PM role may require physical exertion and include operating in extreme weather conditions.  Remote location and terrain consistent with logging, forestry or civil construction is expected.
  • Able to routinely lift equipment, tools and materials
  • Available 24/7 to respond to emergency situations
  • Available to work additional hours, to work in varying or alternate locations
  • High School Diploma or equivalent required
  • College Degree a plus but not required
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite programs
  • Ability to access and input required report data. Ability to perform basic analytics of data related to projects specifically job costing 

Experience Requirements:

  • Minimum 3 years previous supervisory experience
  • Heavy equipment operator experience is a plus

Up to 80 – 90 % travel required


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