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Operations/Compliance Engineer
Position ID: # EB-1690800849
Date Posted: 9/16/2022 12:27:22 PM
Location: Redding, CA
Salary: $123,588 - $160,680

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Orion Talent is helping a client hire an Operations/ Compliance Engineer in Redding, CA.

Position: Operations/Compliance Engineer (operational based position, start as soon as possible)

Position Description: Perform specialized professional, technical, and analytical functions in a variety of operational areas including transmission and compliance to ensure safe operation of transmission assets and compliance requirements are met including coordinate and evaluate day ahead and real time operation studies with balancing areas and adjacent transmission operators; provide operational directions to System Operators within legal and established policy constraints and work to ensure the reliable operation of the transmission/distribution system for the Transmission Operations Area.

Location: Redding, CA

Salary: $123,588-$160,680

Shift: 9/80 work schedule with afterhours response

Travel: Less than 10% for training purposes.3 times a year for 1-2 days for training.


Any combination of education and experience that provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities is qualifying. Typical education would include a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in electrical engineering.
Typical experience would include three to five years of progressively responsible relevant work experience in power operations engineering or transmission system planning and load flow analysis.
Professional registration in Electrical Engineering in the State of California, or in another state that has reciprocity with California, and must obtain California registration within one year of employment. comany policies, procedures, and other special agreements; principles and practices of economic analyses of projects and programs
Principles and practices of program evaluation
Principles and practices of various analytical approaches
Techniques and practices for resolving complex technical issues
principles, practices, and procedures related to power system operation, power system theory, thermal and hydroelectric generation, and load management dispatch
Systems and concepts related to economic operation of a power system
Planning and design techniques; principles related to short circuit evaluations, generator unit efficiency and capability characteristic
WECC/NERC Reliability Standards and requirements
AC transmission systems; safety policies, practices, and procedures; methods and techniques for report preparation and writing
Operation of modern office equipment including a computer, scanners, and applicable software; English grammar, punctuation, and vocabulary standards.

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Manager - Purchasing & Commodity Management
Position ID: # EB-8947195746
Date Posted: 9/16/2022 11:26:36 AM
Location: East Pittsburgh, PA
Salary: $140,000 - $170,000

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Orion Talent is helping a client hire a Purchase Supervisor in East Pittsburgh, PA.

Salary: $140-170k

Lead the purchasing team by developing processes, reviewing performance, and setting goals for each team member. Purchase material and negotiate pricing for materials and components to ensure purchases are at or below quoted costs.
Develop purchase processes including ISO procedure and ensure the purchasing team is trained.
Lead purchasing team in negotiating favorable pricing for materials and components to ensure purchases are at or below quoted costs. Negotiate blanket pricing for materials and components where needed.
Administer transaction manager information regarding lead-times, days supply, vendor cross reference and quote information to ensure system integrity as related to all purchasing activity.
Participate in the daily production meeting and assist in the development of proper schedules based on material availability.
Developing and maintain landed cost process.
Supervise purchasing team; develop performance objectives and conduct annual performance reviews.
Assist in the develop of the supplier base consistent with fulfilling customer requirements. Ensure suppliers help meet cost, quality, and on-time delivery criteria.
Conduct periodic reviews of suppliers to ensure compliance to company standards. Give periodic feedback to customers on performance.
Lead purchasing team in systematically identifying and making recommendations on material strategy to meet customers’ specific demands.
Assist in developing accurate and competitive material prices for customer quotations, including impact of minimum quantity buys.
Ensure representation from purchasing on the MRB (Material Review Board) to ensure timely resolution of rejected material.
Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities

Advanced proficiency in MS Office applications (Word and Excel)
Excellent interpersonal skills including professionalism, maintaining a positive attitude, good listening skills, team-oriented, courteous and respectful of others
Ability to work in a team environment and contribute productively to the goals of the team
Advanced MRP experience required
Ability to work with charts, tables and conversions with a high level of accuracy
Ability to negotiate and manage conflict tactfully and professionally
Working knowledge of the laws of purchasing
Strong negotiation skills
Understand industry commodity trends
Required Experience & Education

Bachelor's degree in related field required
Minimum 5-10 years of relevant job experience required.
Previous manufacturing experience preferred

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Production Supervisor
Position ID: # EB-1686270787
Date Posted: 9/15/2022 2:02:25 PM
Location: Franklin Park, IL
Salary: $60,000 - $70,000

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Orion Talent is helping a client hire a Production Supervisor in Franklin Park, IL.

Position: Production Supervisor

Location: Franklin Park, IL

Salary: $60k-$70k plus an incentive bonus eligibility

Shift: Nights 7pm-7am rotation schedule 2/2/3/2


BA/BS degree preferred (business, engineering)
2+ years of manufacturing experience
Experience in fast paced environment
Plastics experience
Supervisory experience preferred
Good verbal & interpersonal communication skills
Ability to work well in group situations
Ability to deal effectively with conflict in mature & consistent manner
Good computer skills
SAP experience preferred
Bilingual is a plus


Manage, direct and coordinate all activities related to a production shift to maximize productivity and minimize cost while maintaining quality
Typically supervises 50 plus employees
Coordinate with Scheduler to ensure daily production requirements are achieved
Carry out supervisory responsibilities including interviewing, hiring & training employees
Planning, assigning & directing work
Appraising performance
Rewarding & disciplining employees
Addressing complaints & resolving problems
Ensure all production data is gathered and reported correctly on a daily basis
Support & improve upon Quality initiatives designed to meet plant goals
Ensures safety programs are implemented effectively, reviewed regularly and revised as necessary

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Production Planner Scheduler
Position ID: # EB-5524353344
Date Posted: 9/15/2022 12:16:45 PM
Location: Wilmar, MN
Salary: $60,000 - $70,000

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Orion Talent is helping a client hire a Production Planner in Wilmar, MN.

Position: Production Planner Scheduler

Location: Wilmar, MN

Salary: $60k-$70k plus 10% year-end bonus


Bachelor’s Degree and a minimum of three years of production and planning experience required, preferably in plastics extrusion manufacturing.
Strong influencing skills with the ability to communicate verbally and in writing with all levels of the organization.
Highly organized and detail-oriented with the ability to analyze data/facts/drawings to support valid conclusions and to solve practical problems or deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists.
Ability to work with mathematical concepts such as probability and statistical inference, and fundamentals of plane and solid geometry and trigonometry, applying concepts such as fractions, percentages, ratios, and proportions to practical situations.
Proficient with MS Office products and IQMS.
Honest and fiscally responsible.


Communicate with plant & production managers on a regular, ongoing basis to review forecasts including project delivery dates, sizes, tooling needs etc. to manage production schedule.
Coordinate tooling shared across multiple plants and production lines.
Maintain a rolling 4-week production schedule to drive material resource planning.
Communicate with material and consumables buyers regarding demand and production requirements.
Support the overall inventory management process including cycle counts and manual inventory adjustments.
Support or lead project teams on improvement initiatives
Focus on cross-training, continuous learning and improvement.
Complete other duties as assigned.
Demonstrate a commitment to high personal and professional ethical standards, and align decisions with company Values, giving recognition to those that you see living out our values.
Build and maintain open, honest working relationships with others, to set goals, resolve problems, and make decisions that enhance organizational effectiveness.

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Plant Controller
Position ID: # EB-1147984611
Date Posted: 9/15/2022 10:47:12 AM
Location: Montgomery, AL
Salary: $120,000 - $130,000

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Orion Talent is helping a client hire a Plant Controller in Montgomery, Al.

Plant Controller

Montgomery, AL

As the leader of the Finance team, the Controller will be responsible overseeing the accounting and financial activities for an automotive plant.

Incumbents in this classification are responsible for financial reporting and analysis in the organization. Providing reporting and analysis to facilitate critical business decisions based on financial data. Supporting the plant operations through analysis of and by providing actionable information on key performance indicators and trends. Communicating with and coordinating plant and division functions, promoting organizational success. Offering recommendations to reduce costs, increase profitability, or otherwise improve financial performance.

The Role:

Your work will include, but not be limited to:

Lead the monthly, quarterly and year end close process. Responsible for the financial statements’ compliance in accordance with US GAAP.
Deliver plant forecast per the Company’s Operating Calendar. Lead the development of annual Plant Budget.
Drive internal controls compliance throughout the organization and ability to demonstrate their effectiveness to Internal and External auditors.
Develop capital spend request business case(s). Coordinate, review, and approval with the Division management.
Responsible to support the semi-annual physical inventory to ensure that accuracy of the outcome.
Lead, direct and coach the plant finance team.
Partner with Operations to identify and drive continuous improvements initiatives.
Must be able to work with various levels of the organization (Division, Operations, Commercial, Purchasing and Systems).
Provide a weekly assessment for changes from the current forecast (volume/mix, scrap, freight, labor MFE, etc.).
Review and approve month end journal entries and accounts reconciliation.
Supervise and ensure accuracy in the AR, AP, payroll, fixed asset and costing process.
Review and approve purchase requisitions. Track spending versus budget.
Monitor cash flows and drive cash flow forecast accuracy.
Track and report all capital projects completed in the facility.
Track the plant profitability by program (PPR) for the forecast and the month-end actual.
Support wage analysis in Collective Bargaining Unit negotiation.
Perform the semi-annual access review.
Responsible for the Quarterly Attest and Quarterly SOX testing certification.
Responsible for various ad hoc requests/projects for plants, division and corporate.

Your Qualifications:
Prior accounting work experience OR BS or BBA in Accounting or related field (Finance or Economics)
Consistency in prior employment. Frequent company rotation (i.e., less than 2 years seniority within the same company discouraged)
Requires 5+ Years of Finance Experience working in a manufacturing environment.
Proven Analytical, Communications and Organizational skills.
Previous Budgeting & Forecasting experience for a multi-national organization.
Ability to interface across multiple organizations, product lines and levels in the organization.
Prior supervisory experience
Ability and willingness to work a flexible and/or changeable schedule, especially during the month end close process
Strong Microsoft Office Skills.
Experience with Sarbanes-Oxley and reporting requirements.
Prior Automotive Experience.
CPA a plus
Experienced with Hyperion HFM, Hyperion Enterprise, Hyperion Retrieve or Equivalent.

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Aviation Design Professional-Aviation
Position ID: # EB-1727519416
Date Posted: 9/14/2022 2:59:57 PM
Location: Dallas, TX
Salary: $120,000 - $130,000

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Position: Aviation Design Professional-Aviation
Position Description: This individual will direct and coordinate aviation engineering projects for the company statewide and nationally. This will include managing a wide array of aviation projects with commercial and general aviation clients. This individual will collaborate and coordinate with multi-discipline design engineers and technicians.
This individual will also perform outreach and marketing to obtain work from commercial and general aviation clients.

Location: Dallas, TX
Salary: $120k-$130k (up to $160k with a PE) plus signing bonus and end of year bonus.
Travel: 20%-30% travel as needed with some overnights as needed. All travel expenses including mileage will be reimbursed. Austin, Houston and San Antonio, TX.

• Bachelor’s degree in civil engineering or equivalent from an ABET/EAC accredited program with major course work in Civil Engineering.
• Veterans with experience will be strongly considered
• 10+ years of experience in civil engineering, preferably with aviation project experience
• Senior Aviation professional with Design experience with PE or ability to become license in Texas
• Texas Professional Engineer, or ability to acquire within 6 months if licensed in another state.
• Experience with FAA guidelines is a plus
• Texas Aviation experience is a plus.
• Ability to clear federal TSA security clearance is a plus but not required
• Possession of a valid driver's license in the State of Texas.
• Proficient in design software packages such as AutoCAD, Civil 3D, aviation specialty programs
• Familiarity with ProjectWise is a plus.
• Microsoft Office software (Word, Excel, etc.) experience is required.

• Apply knowledge of engineering principals, knowledge and experience to aviation projects.
• Projects range in size from 2 million to 79 million in construction value
• Provide solutions to unique engineering problems for various types of projects
• Propose approaches to solving new and challenging problems encountered.
• Develop work plans to produce quality design documents to meet defined scopes, schedules and budgets
• Perform work in accordance with agreed upon budget and schedule with little supervision.
• Identify discrepancies design documents using implemented QC/QA plan
• Provide design proposals to complete management and coordination for design and construction documents and other technical documents
• Manage and oversee teams to Develop preliminary and final design and construction documents
• Provide guidance to multiple teams of engineers and design professionals.
• Preparation and implementation of effective presentations, participation in client meetings and regular interaction with clients, subcontractors and other stakeholders in both field and office settings.
• Regularly work on multiple, unique assignments simultaneously.
• Responsive and consistent in communications.
• Full understanding and application of FAA standards and guidelines
• Strong technical writing and communication skills required for technical reports and proposals a plus.
• Track and support the strategic Aviation Plan
• Recruit and hire competent engineers professionals
• Mentor and develop junior and senior engineers
• Client facing marketing and business development
• Track new pursuits and existing contract status
• Travel and work from other office locations 20% to 30% required with occasional overnight stays.
• An attitude and commitment to being an active participant of our employee-owned culture is a must.

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Project Manager
Position ID: # EB-7536668915
Date Posted: 9/14/2022 11:05:11 AM
Location: Fort Myers, FL
Salary: $75,000 - $100,000

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Position: Project Manager (start as soon as possible)

Position Description: Analyze and coordinate the schedule, timeline, procurement, staffing, and budget of a product or service on a per project basis. Lead and guide the work of technical staff. May serve as point of contact for the client or customer.

Location: Fort Myers, Naples, Sarasota, FL

Salary: $75k-$100k depending on experience plus company vehicle

• Bachelor’s degree in construction management, engineering, architecture, or relevant field (HVAC) preferred but not required
• Military leadership experience highly desired
• Proven experience in construction management
• Understanding of all parts of construction management processes as well as relevant regulations and standards
• Proficient in MS Office and relevant construction tools and programs
• High communication skills and ability to resolve conflicts quickly on all levels of staff
• Outstanding organizational and leadership skills
• Bilingual a plus!

• Collaborate with engineers, architects, and contractors to meet objectives and realize projects
• Small to Medium projects $100k to $500k
• Drive/coordinates new business across all product lines to meet objectives
• Demonstrates dedication and commitment to provide customers and co-workers with products and services that fully conform to established requirements
• Keep track of the progress within each project and regularly visit sites for hands-on experience.
• Ensure that the working environment is at proper levels and perform safety inspections on the site
• Manage and motivate teams to work efficiently and handle work delay
• Ensure all the needed equipment is available on the site and safe for use
• Meet budget expectations regarding wages, contractors, materials, and equipment
• Meet all the deadlines on a daily and weekly basis

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Estimating Manager-Building
Position ID: # EB-1865779882
Date Posted: 9/13/2022 2:08:44 PM
Location: Pittsfield, ME
Salary: $150,000 - $165,000

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Position: Estimating Manager-Building

Location: Portland, ME or Pittsfield, ME

Salary: $150k-$165k paid milage

Shift: 7am-5pm


• The successful candidate shall have a four-year engineering degree or equivalent combination of technical training and/or experience
• 7-10 years of estimating commercial building projects or equivalent field experience
• The ability to estimate other divisions of work (Structural, Civil, Finishes, MEP work, etc.) is a plus
• Requires strong computer skills, familiarity with scheduling & estimating software, and MS Office
• Conceptual Estimating, Preparing proposals, on-screen take off, and Primavera (P6)


• Identify the scope of work and assemble Trade Scope Packages
• Experience with the development and assembly of Requests for Proposals
• Experience performing quantity takeoff for civil, structural, and architectural trades
• Review plans and specifications to ensure estimate effort is in compliance with the request
• Perform conceptual estimates from conceptual or schematic design documents
• Solicit pricing from material vendors and subcontractors, evaluate responses, and make recommendations
• Coordinate with other team members to develop overall estimates on larger projects
• Ensure compliance with company standards, evaluate risks and client requirements
• Ensure estimates are complete, well organized, and ready for review by the estimating management team
• Understanding and ability to develop project schedules to ensure projects can be completed to meet owner requirements and that company resources are used efficiently
• Address all potential safety risks and concerns to incorporate in the estimate
• Develop innovative means and methods for completing projects to increase competitiveness and margins
• Prepare proposals when necessary, and include information to document the basis of the proposal
• Maintain base bid documents and organize estimate information
• Coordinate with the Cianbro operations team on successful bids to provide a thorough transition to the project team
• Monitor projects from successful bids to identify changes in scope and identify estimate deficiencies

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Estimating Engineer
Position ID: # EB-1060946974
Date Posted: 9/13/2022 1:07:24 PM
Salary: $85,000 - $95,000

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Position Descriptions: Estimating Engineer
The individual chosen for this opportunity must be self-motivated, very detailed, a team player and capable of working on several projects simultaneously. As an Estimating Engineer you will collect and analyze data in order to estimate the time, money, materials, and labor required to fabricate assemblies for the aerospace industry.

• Utilize fabrication experience to review drawing requirements and identify special requirements or possible processing concerns; gather team as required to discuss risk factors and develop process.
• Determine if the items submitted fit within the company’s manufacturing capabilities and product scope
• Utilize Our ERP system and other estimating tools to calculate material, manufacturing time/cost, and prepare final proposals for review/submission.
• Organize group packages to be able to present value or lack of value to the company
• Work closely with customers as well as estimating team including purchasing, quality, operations, and staff to meet business strategies.
• Track performance of open, quoted, win/loss RFQ’s to provide feedback and understand performance
• Track actuals on major quotes won to ensure assumptions are holding true and modify with team input as required.
• Perform reviews of the estimating process and provide suggestions for improvements that may be beneficial to the continued growth of the company
• Performs other related duties as required.

Position Details: X1 opening
Travel: Employee can live in Ohio or Indiana – relocation package available
Schedule: Flexible 8-hour hybrid workday (Monday – Friday)
Salary: First year W2 ~ $85K - $95K + company bonus + annual pay increases
Benefits: In addition to a competitive salary, Company offers outstanding medical/dental/vision plans; an excellent 401K (up to 4% match of employee contribution); profit sharing etc.

Career Progression: You will progress in an environment that attracts excellent talent, creates challenging assignments, offers competitive rewards, and fosters constructive communication. Successful candidates will be afforded a multitude of career growth opportunities in many business divisions.

• 2-5 years aerospace experience preferred; knowledge of General Electric, Pratt and Whitney or Rolls Royce power systems is desired. Technical degree is applicable in lieu of experience
• Some MRP (GCSS, RSUPPLY, NALCOMIS ect is applicable) experience as well as understanding sourcing of components and services is a plus
• GD&T proficiency preferred

Other Skills and Requirements
• Strong analytical skills with attention to detail.
• Engages in effective teamwork and displays strong interpersonal and leadership skills.
• Thorough in completing tasks and focused on quality output.
• Exceptional organizational and multi-tasking skills.
• This position is open to military veterans and civilians with applicable experience

Company does not require the COVID vaccine

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Position ID: # EB-1176360531
Date Posted: 9/13/2022 1:04:13 PM
Location: Dallas, TX
Salary: $130,000 - $150,000

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Position: Superintendent

Position Description: As a Multi-Family Project Superintendent you will serve as the on-site leader managing the overall scheduling and coordination for a project ranging from $20 – $50+ Million.
Location: Dallas-Fort Worth, TX, Richardson and Frisco jobsites
Salary: $130k-$150k plus annual bonus 22.5%, choice of vehicle allowance $600 a month or paid mileage.
Travel: Company paid mileage and food
Shift: Monday-Friday

• Minimum of 5 years supervisory experience in the construction industry; multi-family/wood frame specific experience is preferred.
• Basic computer skills required Working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite, Microsoft Project Proficient ability to read plans
• Multifamily experience at least one project (start to finish) as a project superintendent
• First-hand knowledge of all aspects of project construction, including but not limited to: underground, sitework, utilities installation, foundations, framing, finish out, and project completion.
• Advanced understanding of project scheduling, cost control, safety, and how to control and supervise large groups of people
• Knowledge and understanding of OSHA regulations, current building codes, etc.
• OSHA 30 hour Certification, current
• Stormwater Training First Aid/CPR Certification
• Must display a positive and professional attitude at all times
• Must champion company goals and culture Must be willing and able to train and mentor Superintendent.

• Actively support company's values at all times.
• Multifamily (apartments & senior living)
• Multifamily 40-60 million range, 300+ units, mostly wraps
• Be on time, set priorities, and personally accountable for the functions associated with assigned position and project.
• Maintain positive relationship with Client, Architect, Engineering contacts, and other project stakeholders to facilitate construction activities, while keeping everyone informed and involved.
• Discuss development options with direct reports and others as directed; craft development opportunities that meet specific needs; coach others as directed. Create team accountability.
• Ability to work long, unsupervised hours, including the possibility of working during "off hours" and/or weekends.
• Ability to work outdoors in varying weather conditions including rain events, extreme heat and extreme cold.
• Essential and routine aspects of the job include standing and/or walking over uneven, varied, and/or obstructed terrain for extended periods of time, climbing stairs and/or ladders, operating heavy machinery, operating power tools, and some lifting up to 50 pounds may be required.
• Punctual, regular attendance is an essential function of the job.
• Perform additional assignments as directed by the Project Manager.
• As requested, assist with review of all contract documents during estimating phase to assist and confirm the scope of work for each trade, and verify the accuracy of the estimate.
• Review budget, all plans, and associated revisions with the Project Manager to ensure accuracy and completeness.
• Work with Project Manager to develop the project schedule.
• Create and maintain a site logistics plan. Construction
• Responsible for all aspects of on-site management including, but not limited to quality control, job safety, scheduling, monitoring Company Construction company costs, jobsite paperwork, receiving and safeguarding materials, and jobsite cleanliness.
• Responsible, with assistance from Assistant Superintendent when available, for the setup of all equipment, furniture, utilities, and interior layout of the field office.
• Assist Project Manager with contract procurement, as well as creating and maintaining the project schedule as requested. Perform detailed review of all plans and specifications. Label all plans and maintain an organized plan filing system. Report all inconsistencies and discrepancies in writing to the Project Manager.
• Plan and supervise all onsite employee and subcontractor activities, including but not limited to: determining method of construction, manpower levels, material quantities, equipment requirements, temporary power sources, work schedule, and documenting actual hours worked.
• Update master job schedule in coordination with Project Manager and provide, at minimum, weekly update information. Update Project Manager as to any needed logistical or activity changes as job progresses to improve schedule's use.
• Utilize schedule with two week look-ahead to anticipate needs and control project.
• Prepare additional short-term schedules as needed to coordinate work and convey to trades.
• Coordinate assigned work scopes with work of different crafts, company departments, or other contractors and subcontractors to help ensure construction complies with drawings and specifications. Exercise independent judgment and discretion while supervising work being completed by subcontractors.
• May be required to make decisions on the fly, answer questions, and/or provide direction to subcontractors. Walk the job daily. Be involved with every subcontractor.
• Discuss problems and conditions with subcontractors. Insist on quality of work and cooperation by subcontractors. Do not allow unacceptable or inferior work to be installed on the project site.
• Should inferior work be installed, ensure that it is corrected immediately.
• Responsible for the coordination, creation, implementation, and completion of quality checklists, punch lists, etc. Assist in resolving construction problems (lack of productivity, work interfaces, etc.) as required.
• Advise Project Management of potential problems, work interference, schedule difficulties, etc.
• Assist in circumventing/resolving such problems as required.
• Monitor employee and craft compliance with project safety program and OSHA requirements, documenting as necessary, ensuring corrective measures are implemented.
• Conduct regularly-scheduled weekly (or more often if needed) safety meetings and maintain meeting minutes.
• Conduct weekly (or more often if needed) job scheduling meetings to coordinate subcontractors and maintain meeting minutes.
• Maintain an updated set of subcontract and purchase order files, as well as an accurate record of what materials are stored on site and what materials are yet to be delivered.
• Maintain a current set of as-built documents.
• Complete daily reports. Any problems with subcontractors must be recorded in the daily report.
• Attend all jobsite meetings with Engineers, Architects, Project Manager, Owner, government entities and other applicable parties to ensure work complies with drawings, specifications, and schedule.
• Ensure staff and vendors working on site are applying safety principles appropriately on the jobsite.
• Make statements and ask questions to ensure staff is thinking about safety, take actions to ensure implementation of safety program when necessary.
• Review and sign completed company timecards for all onsite employees to accurately reflect hours worked. Ensure project is cleaned daily. Document noncompliance with photos and emails.
• Supervise and ensure completion of all warranty issues after project completion through the approved warranty process.
• Obtain appropriate signatures upon completion of warranty work and submit paperwork to Quality Control Coordinator.

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