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Electrical Foreman LVL 4

Company: Rex Moore
Location: Reno
Posted on: January 27, 2023

Job Description:

Job DetailsLevel: ExperiencedJob Location: Rex Moore - Sierra Nevada - Reno, NVPosition Type: Full TimeJob Shift: DayTravel Percentage: None DESCRIPTION: Depending on the nature of the contract, Rex Moore Electrical Contractors & Engineers is either a Prime Contractor or a Sub Contractor. In most cases the company is a Sub Contractor working under contract with the General Contractor. The Foreman is responsible for developing and maintaining a good working relationship with the General Contractor and the other Sub Contractors working on the project. The Foreman is also responsible for coordinating the schedules with the General Contractors and the other Subcontractor's.The Foreman will also be dealing with Architects, Engineers, Designers, the Owner and/or their representatives. It is also the Foreman's responsibility to develop and maintain a good working relationship with these people as well, and to represent the company by showing respect and belief in the common goal of everyone, to get the job done on time and within budget. Remember, the General Contractor and Owner are our customers, treat them like you expect to be treated when you are a customer. Essential responsibilities with percentage of importance:35%ENSURE PROJECTS ARE COMPLETED ON TIME, ON SCHEDULE, AND WITHIN BUDGET.Order and coordinate deliveries, handling, storage, inspection, and placement of materials and equipment on the job site with the Purchasing Agent and Project Coordinator.Coordinate various inspections and tests with the Project Coordinator.Schedule and attend any job site meetings with the Owner, General Contractor, Engineer, Architect, etc.Schedule and conduct job site meetings and job site safety meetings weekly.Set goals for yourself and for the crew. Hire and terminate field personnel as required.Inform the Project Manager of any job site problems.Review job cost reports with the Project Manager and Superintendent weekly.Review and update the project schedule on a weekly basis, three weeks into the future.Develop and utilize two to three week short term schedules.20%PLAN PROJECTS TO MINIMIZE DELAYS AND START-UP TIME AND TO ENSURE A SMOOTHLY RUN PROJECT Attend Job Start-Up Meetings with the Project Manager, Estimator, Engineer, and Project Coordinator to plan all activities ahead of time.Check that all initial project documentation is in place prior to start-up (i.e. blueprints, contract documents, start-up meeting notes, schedule and the project budget).Develop initial schedules with the Project Manager, Estimator, and the Superintendent.Schedule all subcontractor activities and know the scope of all subcontract agreements.Review all project plans and specifications prior to all meetings.Determine crew size with the Project Manager and the Superintendent.Provide input to Estimating where necessary.Develop and prepare cost analyses and production evaluations for comparison with the estimate.PERFORM ADMINISTRATIVE DUTIES OF THE PROJECT IN A TIMELY AND CORRECT MANNER.Fill out and turn in all paperwork on time including safety meeting reports, packing slips, AWA's, Change Order information and documentation, and accident and/or injury reports.Complete a Daily Job Journal each day without delay or procrastination.Be sure that all documents in the job binder are updated and maintained.Maintain accurate and up-to-date "as-built" plans.15%ENSURE ALL WORK IS PERFORMED IN A QUALITY MANNER AND THAT THE JOB APPEARANCE REFLECTS THIS.Monitor all work and make sure it complies with the plans and specifications.See that all employees and subcontractors work in a safe and reasonable manner.Supervise and document all job site safety meetings weekly.Inspect the job site daily to be sure that all crew members perform clean-up duties regularly.10%DEVELOP AND MAINTAIN ALL RELATIONSHIPS WITH INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL PERSONNEL IN SUCH A MANNER AS TO PROMOTE A POSITIVE COMPANY IMAGE AND TO MINIMIZE ANY LIABILITIES LATER ON.Hire and terminate temporary operators, craftsmen, and laborers.Evaluate the performance of the individual members of your crew.See that all company policies and procedures are enforced.Identify and resolve any problems or conflicts with the General Contractor or the other Sub Contractors.Maintain a good relationship with the Owner, General Contractor, Engineer, Architect, and the other Sub Contractors on the job.Create and maintain an atmosphere of high morale and team work among the crew members.Secondary responsibilities:Assist the Project Manager in submittal review processWhen necessary, ensure that all new employees have filled out all new-hire paperwork completely and correctly.Skills Required:SEE COMPETENCY HANDBOOK NOTES TO ALL LEVELS:The budget will be set at the beginning of the project and will establish estimated prime cost. If a project has an error in the estimate a budget adjustment may be made and the adjusted budget will be the established prime cost to meet or beat.Simultaneously managed projects may be cumulative to establish levels.Difficulty of projects will also be used as a factor in determining levels.Project size is used as a guideline only and is based on 30% of the budget being labor.REPORTING STRUCTURE:The Foreman will report to the Superintendent and Project Manager of Rex Moore Group, Inc.CAREER ADVANCEMENT: Career advancement at Rex Moore is possible with all positions, but not guaranteed, and could be within the current department as well as other departments within the company.LOCATION: Rex Moore has branch offices located in Sacramento, Fresno and Hayward, CA.COMPENSATION: Rex Moore pays hourly/salary rates commensurate with each employees knowledge, experience and skill level.EOEPM22 #LI-AC1PI202155847

Keywords: Rex Moore, Reno , Electrical Foreman LVL 4, Professions , Reno, Nevada

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