Job Purpose and Summary:
Responsible for the safety, quality, cost, and schedule of assigned crews, projects, or scopes within a project. Foreman I position typically works with their tools alongside their teams and leads by example to improve overall performance. Assist craft employees in improving their safety knowledge and production efficiency. Working with the Project Manager, Sr. Foreman plans and directs the flow of work including material and manpower. Evaluates the work of team members and provide consistent and fair feedback about performance. Recommends changes to job status including promotions, pay raises, suspensions and terminations. Holds employees accountable for all elements of job performance including safety, quality, production, attendance, and workplace behaviors.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
- Uses Job Hazard Analysis with teams to assess safety concerns before work begins
- Reviews and tracks production and quality of work regularly, compares to budgets
- Communicates clearly and consistently to keep all team members informed of relevant information
- Works with PM or Sr. Foreman to review project schedules weekly or more often and plans manpower and materials accordingly
- Reviews and understands construction drawings
- Documents daily activities of assigned crews on a log, identifying work put in place, delays, safety and/or quality issues, etc.
- Works with PM to write and review RFI”s and identify cost impacts.
- Tracking and maintaining time records including sign-in sheets and time cards for assigned crews. Separate sign-in sheets for all subs.
- Maintains and prevents loss of company tools and equipment
- Experience with construction operations with an emphasis on drywall, framing, and finishing operations.
- Ability to read and understand construction drawings, contracts, and schedules.
- Strong knowledge of construction materials and methods.
- Excellent interpersonal skills with a strong ability to lead and manage others.
Education and Experience:
- Minimum of 5 years of progressive field experience
- OSHA 30-Hour Construction Safety Class
- A competent Person training in scaffolding, fall protection, silica, flagging/rigging, CPR, and confined space
- Comfortable using technology including file sharing, emails, wireless connections, etc.
Physical Demands and Work Environment:
- May be required to work with Tools and crews on smaller projects
- Standing, walking, and sitting for extended periods of time.
- Computer work, using eyesight and fingers.
- Lifting and carrying up to 100 lbs may be required occasionally.
- Upholding all safety rules, including wearing protective footwear, eyewear, gloves, and hard hats, as required.
- Position: Regular, Full-time
- Payroll Status: Exempt
- Supervises Others: Yes (individual contributor)
- Reports to: COO
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