Standing, climbing stairs, and walking for long periods of time over uneven ground as well as dry and wet product; stooping, kneeling, crouching, and crawling in limited and confined spaces, working at heights, and work involving exposure to outside elements.
The Construction Manager plans, supervises and coordinates all tasks in the homebuilding process, ensuring the project gets completed on time and within budget. Additional responsibilities include managing trade partners and ensuring quality control and safety.
Assist the technical leaders on project assignments to plan staff workload, assess backlog, and maximize the utilization goals of the technical staff within the respective technical group. This individual will also manage his/her staffs adherence to project budgets that are coordinated between this individual and the markets project managers.
Define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions; ability to interpret an extensive variety of technical instructions in mathematical or diagram form and deal with several abstract and concrete variables.
Responsible for managerial and administrative aspects of a project. This includes being proficient in estimating, scheduling, quality control, progress reports, progress billing, design review and coordination, cost reporting, safety, and proposal preparation.
Responsible for the successful field management of all electrical transmission and substation construction and maintenance projects. Ensure all crew members and field supervision perform work in a safe manner and follow all established safe work practices and protocols.
Provide both technical and administrative supervision to the section so as to ensure that technical, administrative, direct labor, and schedule targets of the section are met in accordance with applicable professional standards, design control procedures, company procedures, and technical design guides.