Service Projects Foreman
- $25 to $38 Hourly
A Special Projects Foreman reports to the CES Project Manager and is responsible for performing a range of Service Project related duties and direct Projects Technicians for industrial and commercial customers. The foreman supervises, coordinates, inspects and performs for the assembly, installation and repair of components, subsystems and systems for the appropriate trade (Special Project) during the construction remodel of commercial buildings and industrial facilities. Customer based activities involved in this position require an individual who is decisive, tactful, dependable, and who possesses initiative and the ability to communicate well with all customer and supervisory groups. Job related contact could occur with virtually all demographic groups, with the majority of the contacts being service and construction customers, Project Managers, other CES Employees including the Manager of Projects & Controls and Dispatcher. This position requires an individual with organizational skills, as well as excellent problem solving capabilities. Daily job stress will run from minimal to extreme, based on such factors as the weather, site considerations, time constraints, job, and customer needs.
- Prepares material take-offs, layout appropriate systems and makes sketches from blueprints, specifications, submittals and job orders.
- Participates in job planning, site set-up and projects schedules. Estimates worker hourly requirements to meet the needs of the construction plan.
- Inspect work in progress and completed work to insure conformance to specifications.
- Supervise and coordinate activities of assigned project technicians.
- Interpret specifications, blueprints, and job orders as needed for area of supervision.
- Enforce company policies to workers and enforce safety regulations.
- Establish and adjust work sequences to meet construction schedule, using knowledge of capacities of equipment and assigned personnel.
- Schedules and coordinates activities of assigned craft workers while communicating and coordinating schedules with other trades.
- Operates and supervises operation of equipment and machinery such as backhoes, forklifts, power tools. Inspects work in progress and completed work to insure conformance to specifications.
- Coordinates placement and storage of materials, tools and supplies to support the construction plan.
- Eliminates construction and job site hazards as they are recognized to reduce safety incidents and their severity.
- Maintain employee field records and evaluate work performance of assigned personnel.
- Estimates cost for change orders. As required, works with tools to meet construction schedules or other demands.
- Perform routine installation activities without direct oversight or on-site assistance.
- Assist in training of new CES employees on installation related subjects.
- Conduct non-installation work in support of the Fabrication Shop and Service Departments, as ssigned.
- Trains and supervises workers on company policies, safety practices, regulations and installation procedures.
- Report workers' compensation injuries to Safety Director and Human Resources immediately.
- Conform to all applicable CES Policies and Procedures.
Education and Experience
- High school diploma or general education degree (GED)
- Have 5+ years of successful and full-time installation experience in trade.
Qualifications, Skills and Abilities
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions.
- Work within industry standards of accuracy.
- Possess a mechanical aptitude.
- Make decisions based on measurable criteria.
- Visualize objects in three-dimensions from plans and drawings.
- Must not have fear of heights (acrophobia).
- Have good oral and reading skills, including the ability to read and apply the project plans and specifications, and the manufacturers' installation instructions and clearly communicate with customers, suppliers, other CES employees and other trades.
- Demonstrate an interest and initiative in maintaining his/her trade skills through a combination of self-study, company training, manufacturers' workshops, and other professional development activities.
- Have the ability to direct, organize and supervise work efficiently given time pressures, non-standard schedule, extreme weather conditions indicative to job site location, varying customer needs and demands, and backlog constraints. Have the ability to accurately evaluate and document the skills and abilities of assigned personnel.
- Possess good vision (either naturally or with correction).
- Lift and carry objects weighing up to 50 pounds occasionally and up to 20 pounds frequently.
- Stoop, kneel, crouch and crawl.
- Climb and balance on ladders and stand for long periods of time.
- Must not have fear of heights (acrophobia).
- Interest and initiative in maintaining and advancing his or her mechanical skills through a combination of self-study, company training, manufacturers' workshops, and other professional development activities.
- Valid Florida Driver's License is required
- Incumbent must be insurable at all times by CES insurance carrier
Comprehensive Energy Services Inc., provides equal employment opportunities to all qualified individuals without regard to race, creed, color, religion, national origin, age, sex orientation, disability, veteran status, or any other status protected under the law.
Comprehensive Energy Services, IncTampa, FL
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