Join One of the Top Companies to Work For, McCownGordon Construction in Kansas City, as the Director of Business Development for Healthcare Projects!
- The Director of Business Development will lead the overall project and relationship development strategy for construction projects in the healthcare sector.
- Reporting to the Vice President of Business Development, the Director will create strategies for revenue growth from the healthcare sector, develop business plans to execute on the strategies, actively generate and manage leads for potential new clients, and lead the proposal process.
- Seeking strategic leader with 7+ years of successful and relevant business development experience.
- Bachelor’s degree in business or related field required.
- McCownGordon is 100% employee-owned and is recognized as one of the Midwest’s largest construction firms. With more than 1,000 completed projects over its 20 years of business, McCownGordon’s work includes healthcare facilities, corporate office buildings, hotels, community centers, religious institutions, sports arena, and more.
- McCownGordon was recognized as the #1 contractor in Kansas in 2018 by Engineering-News Record and was #19 on Fortune’s Best Mid-Size Companies to Work For list in 2018, in large part due to is strong company culture.
- Headquartered in Kansas City, McCownGordon strives to be more than a construction company; the aim is to be thought leaders in the industry by providing clients with continuous insight, sharing the latest trends and communicating updates in technology, safety standards and regulations.
- Current projects have a construction value of $845 million with backlogged projects valued at $1.73 billion. Notable current projects include the Garmin Warehouse Expansion, Children’s Mercy Research Tower, Lawrence Memorial Outpatient Facility, and Truman Medical Centers University Health II.
- Kansas City sits on Missouri’s western edge, straddling the border with Kansas.
- The metropolitan area is known for its barbeque, jazz, heritage, and fountains.
- The city has several distinguished neighborhoods, each with its own rich history, such as: one of America’s largest public farmers’ markets located in the River Market District, the cradle of a distinctive form of jazz in the 18th and Vine District, and the Spanish-styled architecture and upscale shops of the Country Club Plaza.
- Kansas City is also home to multiple professional sports teams, including Royals baseball, Chiefs football, and Sporting KC soccer.