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Construction Management Associate        Tremco Incorporated        

JOB DESCRIPTION Responsible for contributing to and validating proposals and specifications. o Conceptual Phase (specification development, establishment of milestone dates) o Program Planning Phase o Design Phase o Conduct Pre-Proposal Meetings o Proposal Phase Construction Phase o Conduct Pre Construction o Effective Close-out o Cost Estimates and schedules o Use of ebuilder for all project documentation per policy manual. Assist the Construction Manager in tracking project costs, budget variances, and profitability. Accountable for Quality Assurance. Ensure subcontractor has submitted the required documents. Establish timelines and goals. Manage key metrics and report on as required. When needed, coordinate with Program Managers, Project Administrators, Project Estimators, Specification Writers, Sales Representatives, and RBM. Assist in the review of submitted proposals and contractor interviews for specification and contractual compliance. Review of line-item generated proposal documents. Direct Project Superintendents as needed. Competencies: Adaptable, willingness to change with business necessity Professional and lead by example Diversity awareness and ability to adjust to multiple personalities Planning and organizational skills. Able to juggle multiple priorities and demonstrate good task management Excellent customer service skills and ability to build relationships Technical knowledge of all products and services that WTI offers Understanding of Construction Management tasks Superior written, oral and digital communication skills Able to create performance reporting 24 hour reply response to all inquiries Ability to use and understand Microsoft Office and other software as required. Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Specification Development Stage: Works with Construction Manager and Sales Representative to establish a scope of work for the project. Completion of specification request and related documents. Responsible for specification review as required by the Construction Manager. Pre-Proposal Stage: Conducts Pre-Proposal Meeting and distribute completed Pre-Proposal meeting documentation to all applicable parties. Assist Construction Manager in reviewing of proposals. Prepare Proposal Documents as directed by Construction Manager. Pre-Construction Stage: Publish Project Schedule. Assists Construction Manager in planning and coordinating the Pre-Construction Meeting. Engages with Project Superintendent to provide necessary project information. Conducts Pre-Construction Meeting and and distribute completed Pre-Construction Meeting documentation to all applicable parties. Obtain Building Permit when required. Construction Stage: Review Daily Inspection Forms and ensures they are distributed to all applicable parties and uploaded into project files. Visits job site as necessary or directed by Construction Manager. Conduct weekly Progress Meetings, virtual or onsite, and distribute meeting minutes to all applicable parties. Maintain Project Schedule and update on a weekly basis. Perform site audits as appropriate. Review subcontractor payment requests with Construction Manager. Assemble AIA billing applications for Construction Manager's review and approval. Assist Construction Manager, Project Superintendent, Subcontractor, Owner, or Sales Representative as needed. Close Out Stage: Assist Construction Manager in coordinating final inspection. Ensure all required documents are uploaded into the project files. Other Requirements: Ability to travel out of town, may include overnight travel Must have transportation and a valid driver’s license Ability to work weekends and/or holidays if needed Ability to pass pre-employment drug test Ability to read, write and speak English Open to relocation after completion of program
2023-02-01T00:07:03Z        

Senior Construction Technician        City of Toledo Ohio        Toledo

Under Engineers direction, performs sub-professional engineering work of high complexity through inspection of construction crews and support for Construction Technicians in a variety of construction, utility, and repair projects to ensure work is iTechnician, Construction, Senior, Contractor, Materials, Inspection
2023-02-03T18:29:57Z        

Assistant Construction Manager Intern        Toll Brothers        Bowling Green

WHO ARE WE? Since 1967, Toll Brothers has been building luxury homes and communities in the best locations in the U.S. Today, we’re a Fortune 500 company operating in over 50 markets across more than 20 states. We’re the country’s premier luxury builder with the widest range of products in the industry, including traditional single-family homes, active adult, hi-rise condos, apartment rentals, urban redevelopment, and student housing. From the homes we build to the talent we recruit, we know that to be the best, we have to work with the best. Toll Brothers is a place where diverse perspectives and experiences are welcomed and where employees of all backgrounds are treated with fairness, dignity and respect. We believe every employee should feel safe to be their true and authentic self at work. Our employees are our family, and we strive to uphold the values that our founders instilled in us, creating an exceptional place to work that is inclusive to all. TOLL BROTHERS, America's leading luxury home builder, seeks an ASSISTANT CONSTRUCTION MANAGER INTERN for one of our new home communities located in Englewood, Colorado. In this role, the Assistant Construction Manager Intern will assist in the supervision of all on-site construction, including the scheduling of sub-contractors on the job, resolving day-to-day problems on the job site, and inspecting all work during construction to ensure compliance with plans and specifications. Some construction experience is required. Other responsibilities of the intern may include obtaining all permits necessary to construct houses, ordering all materials required to construct houses, and working with the Assistant Construction Manager, Construction Manager, and Project Manager to set up and monitor the construction schedule. This is an excellent opportunity to join one of the nation's most respected Fortune 500 companies QUALIFICATIONS We seek students currently enrolled in their Junior or Senior year majoring in construction management or a related field and are interested in gaining hands-on industry experience prior to graduation. The ideal candidate has experience in residential construction management, strong organizational and people skills, and basic knowledge of production homebuilding. The salary for this position is $13.00-$18.00 per hour. COME SEE WHY TOLL BROTHERS HAS BEEN ATTRACTING AND RETAINING SOME OF THE BEST PROFESSIONALS IN THE INDUSTRY APPLY ONLINE TODAY Toll Brothers is committed to ensuring equal employment opportunity. All employment decisions, policies, and practices are in accordance with applicable federal, state, and local anti-discrimination laws. Toll Brothers will not engage in or tolerate unlawful discrimination (including any form of unlawful harassment) on account of a person's sex (including pregnancy), age, race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, citizenship, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation, gender nonconformity, status as a transgender individual, gender identity, genetic information, marital status, family responsibility, armed services, or any other status protected by law.
2023-01-12T00:49:47Z        

Claims Specialist Construction Defects        Diedre Moire Corp.        

Sr Insurance Claims Specialist Construction Defects Sr Insurance Construction Defects Claims Specialist Examiner Adjuster Attorney High Exposure Complex Claims _. REMOTE WORK FROM HOME POSSIBLE Seeking professional with experienced in managing and resolving a portfolio of High Complexity and High Exposure Construction Defect claims. Types of Claims Patent and Latent Defects Design Deficiencies Material Deficiencies Subsurface Deficiencies Construction Deficiencies Faulty Workmanship Operational & Maintenance Deficiencies Wear & Tear Environmental Errors & Omissions Construction Accidents Completion Delays Failure to Deliver Negligence Sequencing Code Interpretaion Equipment Loss Types of Clients & Claimants Owners and developers Contractors and subcontractors Architects, designers, and engineers Vendors and material suppliers Insurance and bonding companies Banks and lending institutions Government and municipal agencies Shall: Evaluate, negotiate, and resolve high complexity Construction Defect claims in multiple jurisdictions. Verify coverage and assess damages. Set reserves and authorize payments within given authority limits. Create and manage complex resolution strategies. Determine need to engage engineers, counsel, independant adjusters or other technical experts. Experience Required: Managing the investigation, evaluation and resolution of complex Construction Defect claims. Work from home position, all travel expenses covered by company including per diem for meals and lodging, IRS standard mileage reimbursement, airfare, and more. Compensation package to $180,000 including salary and annual bonus full medical, dental, vision and prescription insurance plans and group term life insurance. Paid time off for vacation, holidays, personal and sick days from start. For complete details contact Greg Foss at: (609) 584-9000 ext 270 Or submit CV online at: http://dmc9.com/gbf/app.asp Or email to: 1000055203_10006796najbcareers302.com Please reference 425053 when responding. Diedre Moire Corporation .
2023-01-12T11:06:24Z        

Electrical Field Construction Coordinator        Blattner Energy        Bowling Green

Blattner Company is a leading renewable energy contractor and service provider across the United States. Based at headquarters in Avon, Minnesota, the professional services, support and leadership teams provide the support services to Blattner Energy and D.H. Blattner. Blattner is powered by over a century of construction experience and passionate, innovative employees. Along with our project teams, we seek to build a better tomorrow for generations to come. Excited about the chance to join our team and build a rewarding career? Education Requirements: Four-year Electrical Engineering degree and some experience or equivalent combinations of training and/or related experience. Successful review of electrical work practices required. Position Summary: Provides input and technical expertise for power generating construction projects. Additional requirements are: General Contractor support of Engineering review, procurement (if necessary), construction, and start-up of a high or medium voltage electrical system and associated substation. Responsible for installation guidance, QA/QC enforcement, scheduling support, and owner correspondence. Reviews and final submittal to Owner of Engineer As-builts, and project system packages (Job Books). Assists Electrical Superintendents with supervision of electrical subcontractors to ensure a safe, productive quality job is attained and costs are controlled in the construction field operations. Essential Job Functions Reviews bid package for accuracy, completeness, and electrical work scope for electrical subcontractors and BEI electrical personnel. Communicates with Electrical Superintendent for immediate review of electrical information and any changes to the job. Coordinates electrical work with other job planning and functions such as foundation, erection and tower wiring. Ensures use of all company resources; and adherence to all company policies and state and federal regulations. Use of required electrical reference codes and electrical safety code publications. Coordinates subcontractors to maximize production and minimize costs. Acts as an electrical consultant to supervisory and field personnel in the areas of expertise for transmission lines, inter-connect systems, switchgear installations, electrical circuits, power quality, and high voltage collection/distribution systems. Participates in weekly meeting with Electrical Engineers, Electrical subcontractors, Owner (SME's) and Utility interconnect personnel. Brings necessary information forward that may impede design or construction. Assists with supervision of all projects Electrical subcontractors, Electrical engineers to ensure effective use of project resources as well as industry processes. Has a clear understanding of production goals and cost and identifies job cost reduction opportunities. Conducts monitoring and inspection of electrical subcontractor installation activities and progress. Responsible for safe working conditions and procedures including becoming personally trained for future review and / or participation in the following: switch and tag procedures, approaching distances, arc flash, protective equipment, and rotation and voltage check. Ensures a safe work environment by complying with company's safety polices as well as complying with federal and state safety regulations. Ensures all subcontractor equipment, materials, and small tools are in safe operating condition. Needs to collaborate with the Electrical subcontractors and Engineers that project will strive for "Zero" accidents. Needs to understand conditions of working around high voltage lines (I.e. High-potting or Partial discharge tests). Assures there are written procedures, POD, and a new formal plan if changes are needed. Communicates with Electrical Superintendent to update him/her on project problem areas. Assists Electrical Superintendent communicating and negotiating with owner regarding major project decisions. Assists in the development and maintenance of project schedule as needed. Effectively schedules the work with Electrical engineer, Electrical contractors, Utility groups, and Owner (SME's) in accordance with the project baseline schedule. Variations need to be shared with Electrical Superintendent or if directed share with Project Manager and also Owner representative. Assists site team with short interval plan (two week look ahead) and Plan of the Day. Compares and continuously monitors actual costs to the job estimate and informs Electrical Superintendent / Site Manager of cost over-runs. Assists the Electrical Superintendent in establishing the Project Electrical budget (Engineering, Construction, and Interconnect.) Will assist Electrical superintendent in expediting change orders and changes to project Electrical budget. Will review equipment with Engineer and Owner to utilize most cost effective equipment that is approved for the construction site. Schedules equipment and subcontractors to effectively utilize all resources. Arranges for engineering support and consultation as needed as well as provide for peer review of critical electrical issues. Works with Site Manager to fill in during absence of the project Electrical Superintendent, to the extent of being qualified and trained. Immediately communicates the need if temporary support is required from another qualified and trained Electrical Superintendent or Avon Electrical. Additional Job Functions Electrical Overhead Transmission Electrical Underground and Collection systems Substation Construction Transmission Utility Interconnect Electrical Engineering Communication System Assure that all electrical workers are qualified and trained for the technical and safety aspects of work they are performing. When training is needed follow through to make sure the needed training is provided in a timely manner. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Must have a valid driver license and an acceptable driving record. Extensive travel is required throughout the United States with extended periods of time spent at jobsite locations (i.e. weeks or months at a time). Combination of electrical training and electrical construction field experience, as well as the ability to perform administrative tasks. Proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, and Outlook). Basic understanding of safety construction, commissioning, and testing electrical systems. Ability to progress toward supervising a large number of employees. Good communication skills to deal with owners, subcontractors, and employees. Possess a solid understanding of tracking job progress, costing and formal reporting. May be required to become a qualified individual in pursuit of company contract licensing, or a journeyman or master electrician license. We are a unique team of talented, passionate and dedicated individuals. Experience the power of Blattner Company.
2023-01-03T00:15:13Z        

Construction Human Resources Partner        Black & Veatch        

Construction Human Resources Partner Date: Jan 8, 2023 Location: US Overland Park, KS, US Garner, NC, US Houston, TX, US Company: Black & Veatch Family of Companies Together, we own our company, our future, and our shared success. As an employee-owned company, our people _are_ Black & Veatch. We put them at the center of everything we do and empower them to grow, explore new possibilities and use their diverse talents and perspectives to solve humanity's biggest challenges in an ever-evolving world. With over 100 years of innovation in sustainable infrastructure and our expertise in engineering, procurement, consulting and construction, together we are building a world of difference. Company : Black & Veatch Corporation Req Id : 95041 Opportunity Type : Staff Relocation eligible : No Full time/Part time : Full-Time Project Only Hire : No Visa Sponsorship Available: No Job Summary By joining our BV Construction group, you will have the ability to develop and enhance your skills in an on-site, hands-on environment. We are committed to providing our construction professionals with expert training, career development, and career advancement to allow for continuous professional development. Our management is committed to the latest advances in technology, above class support and sustainability to bring our clients the best service in safety, quality, and final product. Functions in our group include safety, project field management, construction management, quality control, start up and decommissioning and field engineering. Black & Veatch is seeking a Human Resources Partner who will be responsible for assisting the Construction Human Resources (HR) Director in the development and execution of human resource (HR) plans to support division leadership in achievement of business objectives; support and advise employees and management on various HR issues; and effectively manage and resolve complex employee relations issues, resolution and investigations, performance management, talent/succession planning, 360 feedback with a focus developing and implementing strategic and tactical initiatives that drive and support desired short and long-term business goals and objectives. This is a hybrid role which will work in the office 3 days/week. Key Responsibilities Provides professional level support to Construction HR Director in several of the following areas: Workforce size and skill mix planning Staffing Training and development Succession planning Work and organization design Performance management for organization and professionals Culture assessment and development Employee relations & coaching Compensation administration Assists in identifying critical HR goals and success factors; participates in developing related actions needed. Builds and maintains effective working relationships with leaders and employees to provide guidance and counsel on a variety of HR and business-related issues on both strategic and tactical levels. Performs role as change agent for implementing new HR programs and/or processes. Assists in development and executing communication plans. Advises management and professionals on the interpretation of personnel policies, programs and procedures. Seeks to ensure compliance and understanding of HR policies. Analyzes and provides advice to management on methods and approaches to resolve employee work problems. Assures HR programs are carried out in accordance with company's policies and procedures. May propose improvement to policies, programs and procedures to improve effectiveness of human resources and operations. Acts as liaison between division and HR functional areas. Assists Construction HR Director with HR processes such merit, bonus, goal setting, performance evaluation, supervisory training, succession planning, and performance improvement/discipline. Assist with involuntary terminations and reduction-in-force activities as needed. LI-AV1 Management Responsibilities Individual Contributor Minimum Qualifications 8 years progressive HR experience in one or more functional areas. Bachelor's degree required. All applicants must be able to complete pre-employment onboarding requirements (if selected) which may include any/all of the following: criminal/civil background check, drug screen, and motor vehicle records search, in compliance with any applicable laws and regulations. Preferred Qualifications Preferred Skills: Broad basic knowledge of all functional areas in HR Good understanding of HR programs, policies and procedures Good understanding of employment law Good understanding of division administrative policies and procedures Good understanding of division's industry, market, technology, business model and metrics Good understanding of division's business operations Basicto understand key financial indicators, and recognize profitability and revenue opportunities of common business practices and impact on business Strong human relations skills, including ability to influence and negotiate Strong multi-tasking skills Good leadership ability (team building, coaching, mentoring, change management, advising) Strong problem solving skills (identify, analyze, research, evaluate, resolve) Excellent conflict management and human relations (written, verbal, client service) skills Basic understanding of Human Resource Information Systems Strong communication Certifications HR Certification preferred. Work Environment/Physical Demands Typical office environment Salary Plan ADM: Administrative/Business Job Grade 006 Black & Veatch endeavors to makeaccessible to any and all users. If you would like to contact us regarding the accessibility of our website or need assistance completing the application process because of a disability, please contact the Employee Relations Department at 1-913-359-1622 or via our. This contact information is for disability accommodation requests only; you may not use this contact information to inquire about the status of applications. General inquiries about the status of applications will not be returned. Black & Veatch is committed to being an employer of choice by creating a valuable work experience that keeps our people engaged, productive, safe and healthy. Our comprehensive benefits portfolio is a key component of this commitment and offers an array of health care benefits including but not limited to medical, dental and vision insurances along with disability and a robust wellness program. To support a healthy work-life balance, we offer flexible work schedules, paid vacation and holiday time, sick time, and dependent sick time. A variety of additional benefits are available to our professionals, including a company-matched 401k plan, adoption reimbursement, tuition reimbursement, vendor discounts, an employment referral program, AD&D insurance, pre-taxed accounts, voluntary legal plan and the B&V Credit Union. Professionals may also be eligible for a performance-based bonus program. We are proud to be a 100 percent ESOP-owned company. As employee-owners, our professionals are empowered to drive not only their personal growth, but the company's long-term achievements - and they share in the financial rewards of the success through stock ownership. By valuing diverse voices and perspectives, we cultivate an authentically inclusive environment for professionals and are able to provide innovative and effective solutions for clients. Black & Veatch Holding Company, its subsidiaries and its affiliated companies, complies with all Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) affirmative action laws and regulations. Black & Veatch does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, religion, color, sex, national origin, marital status, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender Identity and expression, disability, veteran status, pregnancy status or other status protected by law. For our EEO Policy Statement, please click. If you'd like more information on your EEO rights under the law, please clickand. Notice to External Search Firms : Black & Veatch does not accept unsolicited resumes and will not be obligated to pay a placement fee for unsolicited resumes. Black & Veatch Talent Acquisition engages with search firms directly for hiring needs. Job Segment: Construction, Field Engineer, Engineer, Engineering
2023-01-11T02:07:18Z        

Electrical Field Construction Coordinator Intern        Blattner Energy        Bowling Green

At Blattner, we are powered by our people and driven by our values. We build more than just renewable energy projects. We build great careers If you want a career that always changes, challenges and rewards, you belong at Blattner. EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS: Junior year in college. Currently pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering or related degree. POSITION SUMMARY: Provides input and technical expertise for power generating construction projects. Additional requirements are: General Contractor support of Engineering review, procurement (if necessary), construction, and start-up of a high or medium voltage electrical system and associated substation. Responsible for installation guidance, QA/QC enforcement, scheduling support, and owner correspondence. Review and final submittal to Owner of Engineer As-builts, and project system packages (Job Books). Assists Electrical Superintendents with supervision of electrical subcontractors to ensure a safe, productive quality job is attained and costs are controlled in the construction field operations. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS Reviews bid package for accuracy, completeness, and electrical work scope for electrical subcontractors and BEI electrical personnel. Communicates with Electrical Superintendent for immediate review of electrical information and any changes to the job. Coordinates electrical work with other job planning and functions such as foundation, erection and tower wiring. Ensures use of all company resources; and adherence to all company policies and state and federal regulations. Use of required electrical reference codes and electrical safety code publications. Coordinates subcontractors to maximize production and minimize costs. Acts as an electrical consultant to supervisory and field personnel in the areas of expertise for transmission lines, inter-connect systems, switchgear installations, electrical circuits, power quality, and high voltage collection/distribution systems. Participates in weekly meeting with Electrical Engineers, Electrical subcontractors, Owner (SME's) and Utility interconnect personnel. Brings necessary information forward that may impede design or construction. Assists with supervision of all projects Electrical subcontractors, Electrical engineers to ensure effective use of project resources as well as industry processes. Has a clear understanding of production goals and cost and identifies job cost reduction opportunities. Conducts monitoring and inspection of electrical subcontractor installation activities and progress. Responsible for safe working conditions and procedures including becoming personally trained for future review and / or participation in the following: switch and tag procedures, approaching distances, arc flash, protective equipment, and rotation and voltage check. Ensures a safe work environment by complying with company's safety polices as well as complying with federal and state safety regulations. Ensures all subcontractor equipment, materials, and small tools are in safe operating condition. Needs to collaborate with the Electrical subcontractors and Engineers that project will strive for "Zero" accidents. Needs to understand conditions of working around high voltage lines (I.e. High-potting or Partial discharge tests). Assures there are written procedures, POD, and a new formal plan if changes are needed. Communicates with Electrical Superintendent to update him/her on project problem areas. Assists Electrical Superintendent communicating and negotiating with owner regarding major project decisions. Assists in the development and maintenance of project schedule as needed. Effectively schedules the work with Electrical engineer, Electrical contractors, Utility groups, and Owner (SME's) in accordance with the project baseline schedule. Variations need to be shared with Electrical Superintendent or if directed share with Project Manager and also Owner representative. Assist site team with short interval plan (two week look ahead) and Plan of the Day. Compares and continuously monitors actual costs to the job estimate and informs Electrical Superintendent / Site Manager of cost over-runs. Assists the Electrical Superintendent in establishing the Project Electrical budget (Engineering, Construction, and Interconnect.) Will assist Electrical superintendent in expediting change orders and changes to project Electrical budget. Will review equipment with Engineer and Owner to utilize most cost effective equipment that is approved for the construction site. Schedules equipment and subcontractors to effectively utilize all resources. Arranges for engineering support and consultation as needed as well as provide for peer review of critical electrical issues. Works with Site Manager to fill in during absence of the project Electrical Superintendent, to the extent of being qualified and trained. Immediately communicate the need if temporary support is required from another qualified and trained Electrical Superintendent or Avon Electrical. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES Possess a valid driver’s license and an acceptable motor vehicle driving record (MVR). Able to relocate to the community of each construction project site assigned for the duration of the internship. Combination of electrical training and electrical construction field experience, as well as the ability to perform administrative tasks. Proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, and Outlook) Basic understanding of safety construction, commissioning, and testing electrical systems. Ability to progress toward supervising a large number of employees. Possess effective oral, presentational, and written communication skills. Possess a solid understanding of tracking job progress, costing and formal reporting. May be required to become a qualified individual in pursuit of company contract licensing, or a journeyman or master electrician license. We are a unique team of talented, passionate and dedicated individuals. Experience the power of Blattner.
2023-01-03T00:15:08Z        

Electrical Field Construction Coordinator Intern        Blattner Energy        Toledo

At Blattner, we are powered by our people and driven by our values. We build more than just renewable energy projects. We build great careers If you want a career that always changes, challenges and rewards, you belong at Blattner. EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS: Junior year in college. Currently pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering or related degree. POSITION SUMMARY: Provides input and technical expertise for power generating construction projects. Additional requirements are: General Contractor support of Engineering review, procurement (if necessary), construction, and start-up of a high or medium voltage electrical system and associated substation. Responsible for installation guidance, QA/QC enforcement, scheduling support, and owner correspondence. Review and final submittal to Owner of Engineer As-builts, and project system packages (Job Books). Assists Electrical Superintendents with supervision of electrical subcontractors to ensure a safe, productive quality job is attained and costs are controlled in the construction field operations. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS Reviews bid package for accuracy, completeness, and electrical work scope for electrical subcontractors and BEI electrical personnel. Communicates with Electrical Superintendent for immediate review of electrical information and any changes to the job. Coordinates electrical work with other job planning and functions such as foundation, erection and tower wiring. Ensures use of all company resources; and adherence to all company policies and state and federal regulations. Use of required electrical reference codes and electrical safety code publications. Coordinates subcontractors to maximize production and minimize costs. Acts as an electrical consultant to supervisory and field personnel in the areas of expertise for transmission lines, inter-connect systems, switchgear installations, electrical circuits, power quality, and high voltage collection/distribution systems. Participates in weekly meeting with Electrical Engineers, Electrical subcontractors, Owner (SME's) and Utility interconnect personnel. Brings necessary information forward that may impede design or construction. Assists with supervision of all projects Electrical subcontractors, Electrical engineers to ensure effective use of project resources as well as industry processes. Has a clear understanding of production goals and cost and identifies job cost reduction opportunities. Conducts monitoring and inspection of electrical subcontractor installation activities and progress. Responsible for safe working conditions and procedures including becoming personally trained for future review and / or participation in the following: switch and tag procedures, approaching distances, arc flash, protective equipment, and rotation and voltage check. Ensures a safe work environment by complying with company's safety polices as well as complying with federal and state safety regulations. Ensures all subcontractor equipment, materials, and small tools are in safe operating condition. Needs to collaborate with the Electrical subcontractors and Engineers that project will strive for "Zero" accidents. Needs to understand conditions of working around high voltage lines (I.e. High-potting or Partial discharge tests). Assures there are written procedures, POD, and a new formal plan if changes are needed. Communicates with Electrical Superintendent to update him/her on project problem areas. Assists Electrical Superintendent communicating and negotiating with owner regarding major project decisions. Assists in the development and maintenance of project schedule as needed. Effectively schedules the work with Electrical engineer, Electrical contractors, Utility groups, and Owner (SME's) in accordance with the project baseline schedule. Variations need to be shared with Electrical Superintendent or if directed share with Project Manager and also Owner representative. Assist site team with short interval plan (two week look ahead) and Plan of the Day. Compares and continuously monitors actual costs to the job estimate and informs Electrical Superintendent / Site Manager of cost over-runs. Assists the Electrical Superintendent in establishing the Project Electrical budget (Engineering, Construction, and Interconnect.) Will assist Electrical superintendent in expediting change orders and changes to project Electrical budget. Will review equipment with Engineer and Owner to utilize most cost effective equipment that is approved for the construction site. Schedules equipment and subcontractors to effectively utilize all resources. Arranges for engineering support and consultation as needed as well as provide for peer review of critical electrical issues. Works with Site Manager to fill in during absence of the project Electrical Superintendent, to the extent of being qualified and trained. Immediately communicate the need if temporary support is required from another qualified and trained Electrical Superintendent or Avon Electrical. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES Possess a valid driver’s license and an acceptable motor vehicle driving record (MVR). Able to relocate to the community of each construction project site assigned for the duration of the internship. Combination of electrical training and electrical construction field experience, as well as the ability to perform administrative tasks. Proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, and Outlook) Basic understanding of safety construction, commissioning, and testing electrical systems. Ability to progress toward supervising a large number of employees. Possess effective oral, presentational, and written communication skills. Possess a solid understanding of tracking job progress, costing and formal reporting. May be required to become a qualified individual in pursuit of company contract licensing, or a journeyman or master electrician license. We are a unique team of talented, passionate and dedicated individuals. Experience the power of Blattner.
2023-01-03T00:14:03Z        

Construction Inspector        Stantec Inc.        Oregon

Construction Inspector - ( 220001JU ) Description At Stantec, we approach every water and natural resource project we undertake-whether at the local, regional, or watershed level- thoughtfully, and execute it with excellence across all project phases. We partner with our clients to design fit-for-purpose solutions that address their communities' unique needs throughout the water infrastructure lifecycle. Our experts lead their fields and guide our work with scientific rigor, an innovative spirit, and a vision for growth. We're a place where you can apply your passion and collaborate with top talent on work that's critical to our clients, our communities, and the industry at large. Your Opportunity The successful candidate will work on challenging and diverse tasks in a consulting and construction management role that will require application of technical skills, project delivery, and leadership for construction projects. These projects consist of water pipelines, sitework for municipal water and sewer facilities, sewer lines, infrastructure systems including treatment plants, pump stations, and related infrastructure. Your Key Responsibilities Responsible for a specific client or account and staff reporting to them. May be responsible for leading the team in monitoring the progress of the project's construction activities ensuring cost, schedule and quality standards are met. Works closely with Architects and Engineers in coordinating the planning and implementation of the project and obtaining necessary permits and licenses for timely opening of site. Inspects and reviews projects during construction to monitor conformance with plans, specifications, and other codes and regulations. Communicates with and makes recommendations to Project Manager, design professionals, client, owner, developer, or contractor, but does not direct the means or methods of construction. Provides the Project Manager with updates on project progress or delays to client, design professionals, and/or contractor. Reviews and evaluates plans and specifications to ensure designs are practical for construction. Reviews change orders and field orders for reasonableness of pricing and constructability. Reviews requests for information, submittals, construction schedules, shop drawings and pay applications (QA/QC). Manages deadlines, prioritizes assignments, and prepares final documentation for closeout process. Prepares documents and maintains file management of project-related information including, but not limited to, correspondence, reports, and pictures. Trains and/or mentors less experienced staff in company procedures, standards and software. Performs other duties of a similar nature and level as assigned. Qualifications Your Capabilities and Credentials Technical expert in all relevant areas of construction, and understanding of various design and construction methods. Requires advanced knowledge of local, state and federal building codes, construction principles, techniques and procedures, occupational hazards and safety precautions. Ability to effectively discuss project issues with contractor, project team and clients, including ability to resolve conflict situations. Excellent organizational skills and understanding of task assignment and schedule. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Advanced knowledge of critical path method scheduling. Education and Experience Technical degree/diploma/certificate or equivalent in related field; or equivalent combination of education and construction experience. Minimum of 8-10 years of experience. Position will work in both a field and office setting. Field work may include exposure to the elements including inclement weather. Must be available to travel for out of town projects when needed. This description is not a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that may be required of the employee and other duties, responsibilities and activities may be assigned or may be changed at any time with or without notice. Stantec is a place where the best and brightest come to build on each other's talents, do exciting work, and make an impact on the world around us. Join us and redefine your personal best. Primary Location : United States-Oregon-Portland Organization : BC-2243 Water-Delivery-US Employee Status : Regular Job Level : Individual Contributor Travel : No Schedule : Full-time Job Posting : Jan 5, 2023, 5:14:16 PM Req ID: 220001JU Stantec provides equal employment opportunities to all qualified employees and applicants for future and current employment and prohibit discrimination on the grounds of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, genetic information, disability, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression. We prohibit discrimination in decisions concerning recruitment, hiring, referral, promotion, compensation, fringe benefits, job training, terminations or any other condition of employment. Stantec is in compliance with local, state and federal laws and regulations and ensures equitable opportunities in all aspects of employment. EEO including Disability/Protected Veterans
2023-01-09T11:25:49Z        

Construction Technician        City of Toledo        Toledo

Construction Technician Print (http://agency.governmentjobs.com/toledooh/job_bulletin.cfm?jobID2391954&sharedWindow0) Apply Construction Technician Salary $53,352.00 - $56,160.00 Annually Location Toledo, OH Job Type Full-Time Department Transportation Job Number 2022-00220 - Description - Benefits - Questions Description POSITION SUMMARY Performs inspection of a variety of construction and repair projects to ensure that work is in conformance with plans and specifications. This includes preparing daily reports, calculations of quantities and other civil engineering duties. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS - Reviews plans and specifications for City projects undertaken by private contractors - Inspects a variety of construction and repair projects to ensure that work is in conformance with plans and specifications including, but not limited to, water mains, sanitary and storm sewers, street widening and resurfacing, ditch and culvert work, installation of traffic control devices - Interprets plans and specification and makes recommendation on minor changes in design as necessary - Ensures that proper construction materials are used and installed correctly and instructs contractors to make needed corrections and informs supervisors of contractors who fail to comply with instructions - Prepares inspection reports of materials used and construction progress to be used as basis for partial payments to contractors - Calculate grades, material quantities, equipment summaries and the necessary testing required for the installation of public utilities - Maintains accurate "as built" drawings and sketches of project for record - Coordinates needed testing of materials used in construction projects - Inspects work performed by private utility companies in the public right-of way to ensure repairs are performed safely and that right of way is restored to its original condition - Communicates with citizens and contractors concerning construction operations REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES knowledge of: - Methods and materials used in public utility construction work - Related City and State ordinances and codes - Efficient utilization of construction equipment - Mathematics, including geometry and trigonometry - City and State traffic control regulations for construction and maintenance - Surveying and drafting - Bookkeeping and budget principles - Microsoft office products (Word, Excel and Outlook) - ODOT Construction and Material Specifications and City Construction Standards - The operation of a laptop and a smartphones Skill in: - Evaluating field construction and maintenance situations and in making sound decisions - Enforcing regulations with firmness and tact - Dealing effectively with contractors, other City agencies, and the general public - Reading and interpreting plans and specification - Maintaining records and preparing reports - Performing work duties with minimal supervision - Oral communication Ability to: - Prepare reports, gather and classify information about geospatial data. - Calculate areas, volumes, grades and slopes REQUIRED EDUCATION. EXPERIENCE, AND CERTIFICATIONS - Graduation from high school or General Educational Development (G.E.D) Tests equivalency and three (3) years of field experience in public utility, sidewalk, waterline, or storm and sanitary sewer construction work, of which two (2) years must have involved the physical inspection of those facilities. Two (2) additional years of field construction experience may be substituted for one (1) year of inspection experience. One (1) year of surveying experience may be substituted for one (1) year of construction experience. An Associate's Degree in Civil Engineering Technology or a closely related area may be substituted for one (1) year of construction or inspection experience. No more than one (1) year of inspection experience is substitutable. Additional or Special Requirements: - Must possess a valid driver's license PREFERRED EDUCATION. EXPERIENCE, AND CERTIFICATIONS - None PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical demands described within this job description must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. In this position, the employee will occasionally stand, and sit. The employee will constantly walk. The position will require the employee to drive a company owned vehicle to various job sites. Occasional stooping, kneeling, twisting, and crouching may occur with this position. Speaking and listening are constant essential functions of this position. WORK ENVIRONMENT The work environment described within this job description will be encountered while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The employee is continuously indoors during the winter months when construction is not present. The employee is constantly outdoor during construction season; The employee will have to travel to multiple worksites very frequently. This position requires extended work hours. The noise level in the work environment is usually loud. If you need assistance or an accommodation, or if you have questions about completing the online application, please contact the Department of Human Resources at (419) 245-1500. Class Code: Construction Technician (3953) The City of Toledo provides excellent health and retirement benefits for its employees. Health Insurance The City of Toledo is a self-funded medical plan provider that offers a broad network of health services options for its employees. The City also offers a multi-tiered prescription drug plan and dental and vision care services. Employees are required to pay a monthly premium depending on the employee's selection of single, single plus one, or family coverage. Coverage is also afforded for qualifying domestic partners, depending on the employee's bargaining unit. Monthly co-premiums are determined by collective bargaining agreement or Municipal Code. Group Life Insurance City employees are covered by a group life insurance plan depending on collective bargaining agreement or Municipal Code. Ohio Public Employees Retirement Plan The City is a member of the Ohio Public Employees Retirement Plan (OPERS). All employees who are paid in whole or in part by the state of Ohio, a county, municipality, or any other political subdivision of state or local government in Ohio must become members of OPERS unless they are covered by another state retirement system in Ohio. OPERS is a pension plan providing fixed retirement benefits every month based on a formula that rewards years of service. The City contributes 14.00% of the employee's annual base salary and employees contribute 10.00% of their annual base salary. For more information about OPERS, click on this link: https://www.opers.org/ Deferred Compensation & 401(K) The City of Toledo offers a voluntary governmental 457(b) deferred compensation plan, which is a retirement savings plan that allows eligible employees to supplement any existing retirement/pension benefits by saving and investing pre-tax dollars through salary deferral. Contributions and any earnings are tax-deferred (both federal and state income taxes) until money is withdrawn. Withdrawals are taxed at ordinary income levels. For more information about the Ohio Deferred Compensation click on this link: https://www.ohio457.org/iApp/tcm/ohio457/index.jsp 401(k) The City of Toledo offers a voluntary pre-tax savings contributions retirement plan. The plan is commonly referred to as a 401(k). Under the 401(k) plan, an employee's retirement savings contributions are deducted from the employee's paycheck before taxation. The City does not make contributions on the employee's behalf. (Contributions are tax-deferred until withdrawn during retirement). Annual contributions to the 401(k) plan are limited to a maximum pre-tax annual contribution, as established by Internal Revenue Service regulations. Roth 401(k) The City of Toledo also offers a voluntary post-tax savings contributions retirement plan. This plan is commonly referred to as a Roth 401(k) Plan. Under a Roth 401(k) Plan, an employee's retirement savings contributions are deducted from the employee's paycheck on a post-tax basis. Annual contributions to the Roth 401(k) plan are limited to a maximum post-tax annual contribution, as established by the Internal Revenue Service. 01 Do you possess a valid driver's license? - Yes - No 02 What is your highest level of education? - High School Diploma or G.E.D. - Some College - Associate's Degree - Bachelor's Degree - Master's Degree - Doctorate Degree - None of the above - Other 03 How many years of field experience do you have in public utility, sidewalk, waterline, or storm and sanitary sewer construction work? - Five (5) or more years of experience - Four (4) but less than Five (5) years of experience - Three (3) but less than Four (4) years of experience - Two (2) but less than Three (3) years of experience - One (1) but less than Two (2) years of experience - Less than (1) year of experience 04 How many years of experience do you have in the physical inspection of public utilities, sidewalks, waterlines, or storm and sanitary sewer construction works? - Three (3) or more years of experience - Two (2) but less than Three (3) years of experience - One (1) but less than Two (2) years of experience - Less than one (1) year of experience 05 How many years of experience do you have in surveying? - Three (3) or more years of experience - Two (2) but less than Three (3) years of experience - One (1) but less than Two (2) years of experience - Less than one (1) year of experience Required Question Agency City of Toledo Address One Government Center Ste 1920 Toledo, Ohio, 43604 Phone 419-245-1500 Website http://toledo.oh.gov/services/human-resources/ Apply Please verify your email address Verify Email
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