- We are looking to employ an experienced Concrete Foreman to work with our concrete laborers and oversee all activities relating to staging, pouring, and finishing concrete floors.
- To be successful as a Concrete Foreman, you should be able to correctly interpret blueprints, plans, and drawings. Ultimately, an exceptional Concrete Foreman should demonstrate excellent management and problem-solving skills as well as enforce compliance with safety regulations.
Essential Job Functions:
- Overseeing all activities pertaining to concrete preparation, placement, installation, finishing, and curing.
- Resolving all problems that may affect project quality and completion.
- Use of a pump to complete the pouring of the floor.
- Consulting blueprints, drawings, and plans to ensure that concrete structures are accurately placed and installed.
- Delegating tasks to concrete laborers and providing overall guidance.
- Maintaining accurate records of the number of hours worked and the amount of materials used for each project.
- Adhere to all OSHA safety regulations
- All other duties as assigned
Skills and Qualifications
- Mechanically Inclined
- Ability to travel to local job sites
- Outstanding organizational and time management skills
- Excellent management and leadership skills
- Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
- Bi-Lingual is a plus
- Proven experience working as a Concrete Foreman
- Commercial driver's license
- Previous Experience pouring gypsum underlayment
- High School diploma or equivalent
- Associate's or Bachelor's degree in Construction Management or Construction Science is advantageous.
- Travel 50% or more of the time
- Must be able to sit, stand, hear, and see on a constant basis.
- Must be able to lift and carry up to 50 pounds.
- Must be able to climb and descend stairs.
- Must be able to bend, carry, reach, push, and pull on an occasional basis.
- Must be able to communicate verbally and in writing.
- May work indoors and outdoors as needed. Exposure to heat up to 90 degrees and cold to 0 degrees.
- May work in areas where noise level is such that hearing protection is required.
- May work in areas where toxic, flammable, and hazardous materials are present.
- May be exposed to varying amounts of dust and dirt.
- Work surfaces may include concrete.
- Employee must be able to tolerate non-toxic paint odors and be able to wear a respirator as required.
- Employee must be able to operate a computer and communicate via telephone.
- Some travel to other locations, meetings and/or seminars is required
Gypsum Floors of the Western Reserve