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    About the position 
    The Labor Analyst I at Power Design works at our corporate headquarters in St. Petersburg, Florida, and is integral to our auditing, forecasting, and contract adjustment process. The Labor Analyst assists with the subcontract labor decision-making process by providing reporting and analytics to department managers and executive management 


    This is not a traditional analyst role; it is perfect for someone who enjoys building relationships, influencing others, and identifying financial and operational risks in large-scale construction subcontract budgets.  


    Position details/responsibilities 

    • Obtain, analyze, and enter monthly subcontract variances and/or adjustments. 

    • Oversee and support Operations in the contract adjustment process. Lead various conversations regarding subcontract best practices. 

    • Monitor, track, and report on subcontract trends, adjustments, risks, and opportunities for efficiencies. 

    • Actively participate in subcontract labor buyout decisions, providing historical insight and risk analysis to Operations and buyers. 

    • Familiarize with internal/external contract terms, company policies, procedures/compliance. 

    • Run analytics and create ad hoc reports for projects and divisions to understand better potential risks, concerns, and outcomes of decisions. 

    • Provide information to management by assembling and summarizing data, preparing reports, and making presentations of findings and analyses. 

    • Familiarize with contract efficiencies by understanding standards, eliminating duplicate efforts, and communicating changes effectively. 

    • Close out subcontract agreements to create accurate historical/comparisons for future negotiations. 

    • Supports senior analysts and managers in data analysis and risk reviews. 

    • The duties and responsibilities are intended to describe the general nature and scope of work this position performs. This is not a complete listing; other duties will be assigned based on the position’s role within the business unit. 

    Here’s what we’re looking for… 

    • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance, Business, or other related discipline preferred. 

    • 1-3 years of related work experience as an analyst in a financial capacity. 

    • Proficiency in Microsoft Office, with advanced Excel skills. 

    • A problem solver with strong critical thinking skills who can work well independently. 

    • Someone highly organized and detail-oriented with strong written and verbal communication skills who can maintain high confidentiality and professionalism. 

    • Someone who enjoys working collaboratively with others and building relationships. 

    • Demonstrate and uphold all of Power Design’s core values, which include integrity, accountability, teamwork, innovation and growth. 

    At Power Design, we are committed to providing an environment of mutual respect where equal employment opportunities are available to all applicants and teammates without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, national origin, age, physical and mental disability, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information, military and veteran status, and any other characteristic protected by applicable law. Power Design believes that diversity and inclusion among our teammates is paramount to our success as a national company, and we seek to recruit, develop and retain the most talented people from a diverse candidate pool nationwide

    About Us

    Power Design is a National Design Build Contractor, focused on innovative construction across multiple trades: electrical, mechanical, plumbing, and systems technologies. Since 1989, we’ve disrupted the industry by putting next-generation ideas to powerful, practical use because we care. We design breakthrough solutions that push the limits of what’s possible by harnessing the collaborative power of our teams to elevate experiences and empower the communities where we live and work. In an industry that tends to look back, we’re building better by staying grounded in our values, dedicated to our unique culture, and supportive of work-life balance – making us built to last. By investing in our people and doing things differently, we’re designing what’s next.