Heavy Equipment Operator

Summary/Objective:

The heavy equipment operators provides skill and responsibility for but not limited to: job site safety, equipment planning and operation, team work. The heavy equipment operator is a key participant in the relationship with the customer, sub-contractors, and project completion. Successful operators will possess a solid work ethic, positive attitude and team-mindedness, maneuver and utilize equipment safely and efficiently, and takes responsibility with integrity and honesty.

Essential Functions:

  • Participates in “safety tool box meetings” and JSA’s
  • Ensures timely responses, actions, and corrections to any safety issues/needs
  • Communicates with the Project Foreman and Project Manager regarding all aspects of the job
  • Recognizes, addresses, and resolves issues as they arise on the job site
  • Reviews and tracks weekly production along with the Project Foreman and Project Manager
  • Works with the crew to overcome project challenges
  • Effectively communicates orally

Quality Control:

  • Accountable for ensuring that assigned work completed meets and/or exceeds company standards
  • Responsible for enacting work processes to safely improve productivity and product quality
  • Carefully and strategically maintain equipment for proper operation and performance
  • Review quality and coordinate resolution to any deficiencies

Knowledge, Skills and Attributes:

  • Experienced and comprehends project construction scope and objectives
  • Company and project safety programs and objectives
  • Strong knowledge of safety procedures in equipment operation
  • Other duties as assigned by the project foreman, project manager, or field superintendent

Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.

Competencies:

  • Communication Proficiency (written and oral)
  • Mathematical Skills

Required Education and Experience:

  • High school diploma/GED
  • 3 or more years experience operating heavy equipment
  • Basic first aid training (Company Provided)
  • 10-Hour OSHA Training (Company Provided)
  • MSHA Part 46 Training (Company Provided)

Job Type: Full-time

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Concrete Foreman

The job site foreman provides leadership and is responsible for but not limited to: job site safety, scheduling, workforce planning, coordinating, supervising, and assisting in cost control. The job site foreman is a key participant in the relationship with the contractor, other contractors, company, and clients. Successful foreman will possess a solid work ethic, be a role model who leads by example, able motivate and mentor crew members, and takes responsibility with integrity and honesty.

Essential Functions:

Work crew leadership

  • Participates in and monitors “safety tool box meetings”
  • Ensures timely responses, actions, and corrections to any safety issues/needs
  • Orders manpower as required through the General Superintendent
  • Communicates with the General Superintendent regarding all aspect of the job
  • Assigns daily crew tasks
  • Recognizes, addresses, and resolves issues as they arise on the job site
  • Reviews and tracks weekly job cost and production along with General Superintendent
  • Indentifies needs and deficiencies in the look ahead plan/schedule and communicates with the General Superintendent
  • Ensures crew compliance with project policies and procedures
  • Works with the crew to overcome work challenges with effective problem solving and conflict resolution skills
  • Identifies, verifies, and reports any scheduling conflicts with other crews and contractors to the appropriate personnel
  • Communicate and coordinate with other trades to avoid and resolve job site conflicts
  • Leads crew in productive manner
  • Effectively communicates orally and in writing with good comprehension
  • Possess team building skills
  • Assesses crew skills to be able to coach and teach
  • Quality Control
  • Accountable for ensuring that work completed meets and/or exceeds company standards
  • Responsible for implementing work processes to improve productivity and product quality
  • Oversees the execution of work including quality and production by ensuring crew work to the job specifications and follow drawings
  • Review quality and coordinate resolution to any deficiencies
  • Knowledge, Skills and Attributes
  • Experienced and comprehends project construction scope and objectives
  • Company and project safety programs and objectives
  • Working knowledge of collective agreements and company policies
  • Read drawings and interpret specifications
  • Strong knowledge of scheduling and planning
  • Knowledge of administrative tools and systems (company reports and applicable paperwork)
  • Other duties as assigned by the Vice President and/or the President

Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.

Competencies

  • Communication Proficiency
  • Leadership
  • Mathematical Skills

Required Education and Experience

  • High school diploma/GED
  • Five (5) or more years experience as a qualified competent lead person
  • Computer skills
  • Basic first aid training (Company Provided)
  • 10-Hour OSHA Training (Company Provided)
  • MSHA Part 46 Training (Company Provided)

Job Type: Full-time

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Carpenter

Essential Functions:

  • Perform Production Tasks
  • Participates in “safety tool box meetings”
  • Assist Foreman as directed
  • Knowledge, Skills and Attributes
  • Concrete – forming, preparation, pouring, and finishing
  • Framing – metal and wood, trusses, and sheeting
  • Siding – installation and repair/replacement
  • Windows – installation and trim
  • Doors – installation of frames, hardware, exit and panic devices
  • Drywall – hanging and finishing
  • Ceiling – installation of ceiling grids and tiles
  • Layout dimensions from blue prints
  • Ability to interpret written directions/specifications

Other duties as assigned by the Vice President and/or the President

Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.

Required Education and Experience

  • Willingness to further education by attending skill improvement classes recommended by the company
  • Basic first aid training
  • 10-Hour OSHA Training
  • MSHA Part 46 Training
  • 5 years minimum experience

Basic Tools Required – Tools to kept with employee at all times and in good working condition

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Construction Foreman

Summary/Objective:

The job site foreman provides leadership and is responsible for but not limited to:  job site safety, scheduling, workforce planning, coordinating, supervising, and assisting in cost control.  The job site foreman is a key participant in the relationship with the contractor, other contractors, company, and clients.  Successful foreman will possess a solid work ethic, be a role model who leads by example, able motivate and mentor crew members, and takes responsibility with integrity and honesty.

 

Essential Functions:

Work crew leadership

  • Participates in and monitors “safety tool box meetings”
  • Ensures timely responses, actions, and corrections to any safety issues/needs
  • Orders manpower as required through the General Superintendent
  • Communicates with the General Superintendent regarding all aspect of the job
  • Assigns daily crew tasks
  • Recognizes, addresses, and resolves issues as they arise on the job site
  • Reviews and tracks weekly job cost and production along with General Superintendent
  • Indentifies needs and deficiencies in the look ahead plan/schedule and communicates with the General Superintendent
  • Ensures crew compliance with project policies and procedures
  • Works with the crew to overcome work challenges with effective problem solving and conflict resolution skills
  • Identifies, verifies, and reports any scheduling conflicts with other crews and contractors to the appropriate personnel
  • Communicate and coordinate with other trades to avoid and resolve job site conflicts
  • Leads crew in productive manner
  • Effectively communicates orally and in writing with good comprehension
  • Possess team building skills
  • Assesses crew skills to be able to coach and teach

Quality Control

  • Accountable for ensuring that work completed meets and/or exceeds company standards
  • Responsible for implementing work processes to improve productivity and product quality
  • Oversees the execution of work including quality and production by ensuring crew work to the job specifications and follow drawings
  • Review quality and coordinate resolution to any deficiencies

 

  • Knowledge, Skills and Attributes
    • Experienced and comprehends project construction scope and objectives
    • Company and project safety programs and objectives
    • Working knowledge of collective agreements and company policies
    • Read drawings and interpret specifications
    • Strong knowledge of scheduling and planning
    • Knowledge of administrative tools and systems (company reports and applicable paperwork)

Other duties as assigned by the Vice President and/or the President

 

Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.

 

Competencies

  • Communication Proficiency
  • Leadership
  • Mathematical Skills

 

Required Education and Experience

  • High school diploma/GED
  • Five (5) or more years experience as a qualified competent lead person
  • Computer skills
  • Basic first aid training
  • 10-Hour OSHA Training
  • MSHA Part 46 Training
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Concrete Finisher/ Mason

Essential Functions:

  • Perform Production Tasks
  • Participates in “safety tool box meetings”
  • Assist Skilled Laborer and Foreman as directed
  • Knowledge, Skills and Attributes
  • Concrete – forming, preparation, pouring, and finishing
  • Framing – metal and wood, trusses, and sheeting
  • Layout dimension from blue prints
  • Ability to interpret written directions/specifications
  • Masonry- basic fundamentals of block and brick installation
  • Other duties as assigned by the Vice President and/or the President

Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.

Required Education and Experience

  • Willingness to further education by attending apprenticeship training or other job skills training offered by the company
  • Basic first aid training
  • 10-Hour OSHA Training
  • MSHA Part 46 Training
  • 5 years minimum experience

Basic Tools Required – Tools to kept with employee at all times and in good working condition

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