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    HBI has been training and educating America’s home construction workforce for more than 40 years. Our proven business model has helped countless individuals create long-term career opportunities. Over the years, we have continued to build our program offerings and expand our footprint in the construction industry. From innovative initiatives to creative partnerships, we remain committed to building careers and changing lives.

    Our programs teach highly sought after technical construction trades and entrepreneurship to youth aged 16-24 in our Job Corps programs, Military Services, our Academies, and programs for adults and youth operating behind the fence in correctional facilities.


    As a **Building Construction Technology Instructor, you will demonstrate—through hands-on training and classroom instruction—proper technique, safety, and detail which are essential skills of polished trades professionals. Strong coaching skills and the determination to teach, inspire and lead future trades professionals are essential, as is a strong orientation to safety in the workplace.


    Instructs program participants in trade skills using approved curriculum
    Develops curriculum and supporting training materials, as needed
    Coordinates hands-on training activities including on-site and community-based projects
    Demonstrates proper use of tools and equipment use, with an emphasis on safety
    Student Development and Placement
    Assists with student recruitment, placement, and employability training, as directed and/or as required by program needs
    Monitors, mentors, and coaches students
    Fosters positive working relationships with and between funders, program partners, and other personnel
    Participates in outreach and employer relationship development
    Classroom Management
    Performs various administrative and reporting functions, as required
    Ensures proper use, storage, and security of tools, equipment, etc.
    Adherence with all applicable safety protocols (OSHA 10)

    Internal: HBI Executive Team, HBI Board of Trustees, and staff at all levels

    External: Community channel partners, vendors, contractors and system(s) end users


    Ability to meet Career Technical Training requirements, including a High School Diploma or equivalent and/or any combination of work, education and/or skills equivalent to Journey-level experience in the relevant trade - Carpentry, Electrical, Plumbing or HVAC.


    **Position contingent upon contract availability in January 2023

    HBI values the health and safety of its staff and students. All employees are encouraged to maintain updated vaccination statuses, including the most recent COVID vaccines and boosters. Proof of vaccination may be required for some program locations. Candidates in need of an exemption due to a medical reason, or because of a sincerely held religious belief may submit a request to the human resources department.

    HBI offers a competitive salary and benefits program.

    HBI is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or any other protected characteristic as established by federal, state, or local law.


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    Management level responsibility for safety efforts on high profile construction projects. Acts, in conjunction with Project Manager and Project Field Personnel, as a point of contact for safety with all construction vendors and contractors. Will provide leadership and technical expertise and manage external relationships. Will play a major role with regard to safety.


    • Manage construction safety efforts on project throughout installation

    • Maintain detailed safety records

    • Lead safety meetings for all on-site personnel

    • Manages the safety program in close coordination with the Safety Department

    • Monitors construction management contract compliance (if applicable)

    • Create policies that eliminate workplace hazards

    • Document and remove hazards from the job site

    • Document accidents, injuries, near misses, and illnesses and determine the cause

    • Ensure compliance with OSHA and other safety agencies

    • Maintains clarification, submittal, and deficiency logs

    • Coordinates with governmental and utility agencies

    • Coordinates with other client departments and personnel

    • Responsible for personnel management of direct reports to include performance reviews, performance counseling, talent development, et cetera

    • Ensures proper interface with key project partners (Engineering Services, Facilities Management, Operations)

    • Interfaces with Client Senior Executives

    • Adherence to all personnel policies and company handbooks


    Why you should work for AOA

    At AOA we take our work seriously, which is why we really like to have fun with our team members and live up to being one of the Best Places to Work in Orlando. We are committed to monthly Team Celebrations (such as happy hours, lunches, cookouts), admission to special industry sponsored events, an AOA Holiday Party in December, AOA Kids Camp at the office, team entries fees for local race events, reimbursement for athletic wear and classes, and AOA swag for our employees. We also offer commuter benefits, paid time off (vacation, sick leave, bereavement, and jury duty), health care and long-term disability benefits, 401K retirement benefits, paid maternity leave, cell phone allowance, and a continuing education reimbursement.

    AOA Vision

    To dream, create, and build global experiences of a lifetime.

    AOA Mission

    To create and build innovative and transformative experiences that astonish and exceed expectations.

    At AOA, it is our expectation that all employees embrace and uphold our Company Values:

    Communication - Be open, authentic, approachable, timely, and purposeful in everything that we do.

    Respect - Respect should be given across the board.

    Transparency - Transparency is key in the development of trust between parties and is essential in communicating with honesty.

    Professionalism - Professionalism truly lies in the individual's sense of responsibility to client, team, and projects.

    Quality - Deliver every project knowing we did our best.

    • Innovation – Continuously think outside the box and never be complacent.

    • Exceed Expectations – Go beyond what our client needs.

    • Repeat Business – Ensure our clients know they can trust us every step of the way to go above and beyond.

    Leadership - Empower everyone to do the right things, not just do things right.

    • Integrity – Have courage and confidence to do the right thing and inspire others to do the same.

    • Problem Solvers – Don't be intimidated by challenges. Be creative, effective, and efficient to get the job done.

    • Financially Responsible – Manage money in a way that is productive and in the best interest of the client and company.

    Teamwork - Work collaboratively to create an environment where trust, honesty, and integrity is most important.

    • AOA Family & Community – Be a good human and take care of one another.

    • Diversity – Promote diversity of thought, people, and culture.

    • Inclusion – Make everyone feel that they are valued and respected.

    Balance - Be present at work and at life.

    • Quality of Life - Happiness matters.

    • Embrace the moment. - Give life your all and find the fun.

    • Wellness - Devote time to physical and mental well-being.



    • 5+ years job related experience

    - Proven experience in construction safety management.

    • College degree in Occupational Safety, Construction Management, Engineering, Building Construction, Architecture, or related

    • Proven experience managing the construction development process and documentation (shop drawings, document control, punch lists)

    • Ability to lead project teams

    • Experience with and proven understanding of scheduling, estimating, budgeting, and quality control

    • Ability to manage through conflict and complexity and to problem-solve issues to resolution

    • Experience with hiring outside vendors, professional bid packages

    • Experience in the contract administration process (contacts, professional fees)

    • Ability to understand the needs of the client and to manage relationships between the owner/operator.

    • Computer literacy (Word, Bluebeam, Excel, E-Mail)

    • Ability to comfortably communicate, both verbally in presentation and conversation, and written in correspondence to project team, vendors, consultants and partners

    • Ability to give direction, adapt to change, establish relationships, and work in a team environment

    • Expanded computer proficiency in various software helpful

    • Supervisory experience

    • OSHA 30 Certification

    • Contractor's license


    • Ability to successfully manage personnel providing leadership, mentoring, coaching and guidance

    • Ability to successfully lead project team including consultants, staff extensions, contractors, etcetera.

    • Ability to resolve conflict


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    Houchens insurance Group has an exciting position for a person who is passionate about safety and helping organizations build best in class safety and risk control strategies that improve their overall risk profile. The Loss Control Construction consultant will act as a safety and risk control liaison between our clients, insurance partners, and Houchens Insurance Group. In addition, the Loss Control Construction Consultant will help set the organizations strategic and tactical goals with regards to environmental health and safety, and other insurance and risk management initiatives. The ideal candidate will be considered an expert in the construction industry, behavior-based safety, OSHA compliance, property & casualty risk assessments & reporting, training, investigation and be affluent in various risk control strategies and tactics. Must be a critical thinker, self-starting and resourceful with an ability to work with minimal supervision in a dynamic and fast-paced environment, with proven work ethics. Duties include interacting with insurance producer, team members, policyholders, insurance carriers to achieve risk control operational objectives, identifying and resolving problems, determining loss prevention system improvements, implementing change, and directing loss prevention services. Candidate will provide technical and specialized services to clients in areas of OSHA compliance, fire protection, general liability, fleet management, DOT compliance and worker's compensation. Will need to be able to evaluate and rewrite client safety related programs, identify and documenting hazards/exposures by providing comprehensive survey reports that address hazards and controls associated with all lines, and the associated potential loss causing activities or operations, and making recommendations for the appropriate corrective actions. Assist marketing/sales as directed by management with the goal of retention and securing new business.


    Mock OSHA Field Safety Inspections & Training

    Responsibilities Include:

    · Perform on site field safety visits with clients primarily for the construction industry to include a wide range of industries, business partners and insurance company representatives to discuss risk control practices appropriate to the client's culture and capabilities.

    · Perform mock OSHA audits for existing clients with the purpose of safety compliance, risk identification, risk improvement and risk insurability.

    · Conducts safety and risk control safety training or education programs to help educate and raise levels of safety awareness with our clients.

    · Assist in the deployment of risk control and loss control resources with the goal of creating and maintaining a culture of safety.

    · Identify and recommend measures to help reduce loss exposures or minimize losses.

    · Perform specific safety training, to include OSHA 10-30 hour training for the construction industry and other related industries.

    · Conduct accident investigations for the Claims Department for the purpose of determining accident cause and subrogation possibilities.


    Sales Focused and Determination

    Partner and have joint ownership with insurance brokers to help select, retain, and grow a profitable book of business. As a sales-based agency you must display commitment and initiative to meet agency sales goals by servicing producer team by attending new client prospect meetings, conferences, develop proposals and contributing to the sales process.


    Customer Relations & Consultation

    Responsibilities Include:

    · Create a valued customer experience through each risk control assessment and service encounter.

    · Possesses the ability to cast vision, develop effective risk control strategies and tactics, and motivate clients to better control their risk exposures.

    · Collaborate with our insurance partners in investigating and analyzing accident trends to identify causes and potential corrective measures.

    · Build and maintain productive relationships with underwriting, claim, risk control specialists with our insured partners. As a unified team.

    · Responsible for independently scheduling and conducting service visits for Houchens insurance Group to help meet client expectations.

    · Provide assistance to clients as it relates to: training, guidance and education for the client's safety coordinator.

    · Maintain open communication with all individuals (claims, underwriting, carrier risk control, producers & program administrator) involved in the client's relationship with Houchens Insurance Group.

    · Take prompt action to resolve any complaints or other problems and inform manager of any problems requiring his/her attention.


    Program Development, Loss Analysis, Bulletins and Research

    Responsibilities Include:

    · Develop an understanding of insurance marketing strategies, coverages and contribute to business development and renewal opportunities by attending client meetings to explain Houchens Insurance Group's value proposition, services, and stewardship commitments.

    · Develop training & management programs for clients for risk improvement.

    · Conduct loss analysis for clients to identify and analyze loss causes and develop action plans to reduce or eliminate the cause.

    · Research safety hazards and safety situations for client's site-specific hazards.

    · Communicate loss analysis information to clients in the form of letters, safety bulletins, and safety action plans to develop goals and objectives for HIG clients to help control future losses.

    · Provide education relative to environmental health and safety, osha compliance, fleet safety, fire, natural disaster planning, claim reporting/investigation and a variety of other issues to clients and business partners of Houchens Insurance Group.

    · Keep abreast of industry trends and best practices with regards to environmental health and safety, claims management, claims outcomes, legal and regulatory changes.

    · Attend continuing education classes in order to stay current in new safety regulations, technology and techniques.


    Reports and Letters

    Write technically detailed reports that communicate a clear assessment of risk and effectively articulated recommendations that address safety concerns with clients. Safety concerns will be supplied by submitting recommendations to the client in the form of recommendation letters.
    Supervisory Responsibilities

    This job has no supervisory responsibilities.


    To perform the job successfully, an individual should demonstrate the following competencies: Analytical - Collects and researches data; uses intuition and experience to complement data; designs work flows and procedures. Continuous Learning - Pursues training and development opportunities; strives to continuously build knowledge and skills; shares expertise with others. Job Knowledge - Keeps abreast of current developments; requires minimal supervision; displays understanding of how job relates to others; uses resources effectively. Use of Technology - Adapts to new technologies; troubleshoots technological problems; keeps technical skills up to date. Design - Generates creative solutions; translates concepts and information into images; demonstrates attention to detail. Problem Solving - Gathers and analyzes information skillfully; uses reason even when dealing with emotional topics. Project Management - Develops project plans; completes projects on time and budget. Customer Service - Manages difficult or emotional customer situations; responds promptly to customer needs; solicits customer feedback to improve service ; responds to requests for service and assistance; meets commitments. Communications - Expresses ideas and thoughts verbally; expresses ideas and thoughts in written form; keeps others adequately informed; selects and uses appropriate communication methods. Cooperation - Establishes and maintains effective relations. Managing Customer Focus - Establishes customer service standards; monitors customer satisfaction. Oral Communication - Speaks clearly and persuasively in positive or negative situations; listens and gets clarification; responds well to questions; demonstrates group presentation skills; participates in meetings. Teamwork - Gives and welcomes feedback. Written Communication - Writes clearly and informatively; edits work for spelling and grammar; varies writing style to meet needs; presents numerical data effectively; able to read and interpret written information. Change Management - Builds commitment and overcomes resistance; prepares and supports those affected by change; monitors transition and evaluates results. Quality Management - Looks for ways to improve and promote quality; demonstrates accuracy and thoroughness. Visionary Leadership - Inspires respect and trust. Business Acumen - Displays orientation to profitability; demonstrates knowledge of market and competition; aligns work with strategic goals. Impact & Influence - Displays ability to influence key decision-makers; achieves win-win outcomes. Cost Consciousness - Works within approved budget; contributes to profits and revenue ; conserves organizational resources. Diversity - Shows respect and sensitivity for cultural differences. Ethics - Treats people with respect; keeps commitments; inspires the trust of others; works with integrity and principles; upholds organizational values. Organizational Support - Follows policies

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    Construction Field Estimator  

    - Franklin

    Signature Homes is an employee-owned company operating in both Birmingham, AL and Nashville, TN. Our mission as a company is to enhance the lives of our homeowners by creating great communities, understanding their lifestyles, and providing a world class building experience. We are a company full of passionate, hard-working people that focus on teamwork, serving our customer, and constantly innovating our product.

    Signature Homes is currently seeking a Construction Field Estimator in our Nashville, TN market.

    As a high-volume pre-sale builder this person will need to enjoy working in a fast-paced environment with challenging projects. Attention to detail and accuracy are critical to allow for timely and accurate production of customer specific plans and purchaser orders and to prevent unnecessary delays in construction. This position will be working in a department where the goal is to set up our field teams for success.

    Why work for Signature Homes?
    Signature Homes was voted one of the Best Places to Work in 2022 by the Birmingham Business Journal!
    We recognize and reward success with bonus opportunities and advancement!
    We have an Employee Stock Ownership Plan. We are the owners of our company!
    Great benefits including Blue Cross and Blue Shield medical and dental insurance, vision insurance, LTD insurance, paid holidays, vacation, personal days, and sick days.
    Signature Homes wants to be the best in the industry, and we strive for this daily.
    We have fun!
    Job Responsibilities:
    Assist with project construction files including estimating, scheduling, preparation, etc. to ensure an accurate and complete construction file
    Conduct onsite field meetings with suppliers and trade partners to improve execution and efficiencies of material estimates
    Review house and site plans to ensure accuracy of lot dependent budget and specifications
    Research variances for base house, option, and dependent takeoffs
    Conduct material audits on site for various tasks to ensure takeoff accuracy, proper usage and field understanding of takeoff methods
    Review product and propose potential value engineering opportunities to improve field efficiencies and to identify potential cost savings.
    Onsite field presence at construction site as needed in the surrounding Nashville area.
    Strong understanding of residential construction to include construction cost, materials, products, specifications, and methods.
    Analyze and review blueprints and specifications
    Understanding of estimating software such as On Screen Takeoff or PlanSwift
    Proficient in Excel, Outlook, and Word
    Degree in Construction Management or related program preferred
    3-5 years of construction estimating experience
    This person should maintain a positive and professional working relationship with customers, sub-contractors, and coworkers with a constant commitment of teamwork and exemplary customer service.


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    Communication Technology Services (CTS) is one of the largest integrators and managed service providers for enterprise cellular networks in the U.S., specializing in the design, installation and support of Distributed Antenna System (DAS), Small Cell, and 4G/5G Private Wireless Networks for Enterprise. We have an opening on our Construction Team for an experienced Field Manager/ Construction Manager. (www.cts1.com)

    We are a dedicated, hard-working team of like-minded individuals who are changing the industry and on the front line of the future of cellular services, the Internet of Things (IoT), SDLAN/Fiber-to-the-edge and similar technologies. We offer our customers cutting edge solutions and have been involved in some of the most sophisticated enterprise cellular installations in the U.S. If you think you may have what it takes, apply today!

    Abilities or Requirements

    The Construction Manager II is responsible for the training, project assignment and project performance of the Field Manager staff in a given region. This will include making field inspections to verify that the schedule, quality, scope, site safety and all reporting is accurate and in line with what is being published to the project team.

    Requisite to becoming CM II is having served as an FMIII for a minimum of 2 years and/or demonstrating all of the skill and leadership abilities for the FM III Position. A person must be endorsed by a PM III or Market Manager.


    Receipt Review and Approval of Timecards

    Review of Daily Reports from Field

    Field Inspections to confirm Daily Reports
    Progress, Quality, Safety & Scope

    Scheduling Field Managers

    Scheduling Technicians

    Training of Field Managers

    Training of Technicians

    Responsible for the assigned projects from start to finish

    Proficient at project estimates & project scope

    Developing Project Schedules & Budgets to meet required goals

    Complete the project progress updates as required for jobs assigned.

    Working knowledge of the financial progress of assigned projects by using spectrum and tracking reports.

    Project closeout package preparation and submittal to customer

    Fully understand an iBwave design files used to build a project

    Proficient at producing a quote book / bill of materials for assigned projects based on design documents, walk notes and field input

    Proficient knowledge to turn-up and commission hardware for the assigned projects

    Safety Compliance Monitoring and documentation

    QA/QC of all projects assigned to meet CTS standards

    Weekly Reports/Updates on the financial statues of all projects

    Complete understanding of CTS Products and Services

    Sales / Customer Relations Management of projects assigned to include updates on project status

    Ability to complete iBwave designs for medium size projects

    Proficient at production of fiber diagrams, rack elevations, RF plumbing diagrams, block diagrams, and link budgets


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    We are searching for a Service Technician / Construction Helper for Lenoir

    Do you have skills and enjoy working with your hands as part of a team? Do you enjoy new challenges and environments daily? We are looking for a Service Technician / Construction Helper who takes pride in quality work and efficiently takes care of customers.

    Benefits and Compensation for a Service Technician / Construction Helper:

    $16+ per hour starting; yearly earnings $35k to $55k annually dependent upon experience

    Paid Time Off (PTO)

    $10,000 company-provided life insurance policy

    401K contribution match after a year

    Health insurance

    Ongoing training

    Requirements for a Service Technician / Construction Helper:

    Working in confined spaces such as crawlspaces and attics

    Working on ladders and lifts (40ft and higher)

    Knowledge and/or aptitude to learn basic plumbing and electrical

    Verbal and written communication skills

    Maintaining licenses, certifications, and/or registrations as required

    Operation and maintenance of a service vehicle, hand tools, and power equipment

    Operation of a handheld device for completion of service orders

    Applicants for the Service Technician / Construction Helper position must:

    Have a history of good job attendance

    Have the willingness to be flexible throughout the workday

    Have a good driving record

    Have a positive attitude with a get it done mentality

    Be able to pass a background check and drug screen

    Provide references upon request

    Experience in construction and plumbing would be a plus

    A-1 Pest Control is an equal opportunity employer and a drug-free workplace. Apply now for immediate consideration.


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    Senior Construction Accountant (QFactor)  

    - Salt Lake City

    Q Factor is a design-build enterprise that began its journey by breathing new life and vibrancy into forgotten neighborhoods. After successfully delivering several multimillion-dollar projects in Colorado and Utah, the enterprise is expanding into several states and business verticals. We are looking for skilled individuals to join our rapidly growing team.

    Our company is growing rapidly and is searching for experienced candidates for the position of construction accountant. Thank you in advance for looking at the list of responsibilities and qualifications. We look forward to reviewing your resume.
    In this role, you'll be leading the accounting and finance efforts supporting our construction business in Commercial & the multifamily sectors
    Responsible for the finance and accounting functions of the construction team including month-end closing and financial statement preparation
    Analysis of and adjustments of General Ledger in preparation for month end reporting
    Analyze construction statuses on respective projects and lead cost analyses
    Lead monthly reviews of project budgets and manage project cash flows
    Perform accounts receivable and accounts payable functions
    Reconcile balance sheet accounts
    Resolve discrepancies with customers, clients, and vendors as applicable
    Identify and procure efficiencies in the workflow

    3+ years of experience in construction accounting or finance role is required
    Bachelor's degree in accounting or finance is preferred
    GAAP proficiency is preferred
    Microsoft Excel proficiency
    Experience in the financial close process
    Experience in job costing, project billing, budget analysis, and WIP tracking experience


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    Hardscape Construction Foreman  

    - North Versailles


    Local Roots is dedicated to making Pittsburgh more beautiful from the outside in. We pride ourselves in providing only the best quality work and expect the Hardscape Construction Foreman to take the same pride and ownership in the jobs they oversee. This position requires interaction with others from different backgrounds, experience levels, and work ethics. It is expected that the Hardscape Construction Foreman leads their team in demonstrating kindness, respect, and professionalism, especially with those who do not reciprocate.

    This position will be able to create things they never thought possible while using state of the art equipment and technology. If you have never been able to take pride in your work, that is about to change!

    As a professional at Local Roots, responsibility and trustworthiness are central to maintain a healthy working climate. The Foreman should maintain a positive and respectful relationship with the customer, with their crew, and with the management team.

    Daily Tasks:

    The Hardscape Construction Foreman will be responsible for leading themselves, 1-2 crew members, and equipment operation as well as ensuring that all assigned projects are well-maintained and well executed. Typical assigned jobs will include segmental retaining walls, paver patios, natural stone work, edging, concrete, carpentry, grading/excavation, and drainage. The Hardscape Construction Foreman reports directly to the Manager of Landscaping for all concerns, questions, issues, and customer requests.

    The physical demands of this job require constantly moving, walking, stooping, kneeling, crouching or crawling, and frequently operating machinery. This job requires working outdoors in all types of weather conditions and exposure to the elements. This may include heavy to moderate noise and exposure to tools and machines used in outdoor construction.

    Employee Health Care
    ST/LT Disability provided
    Retirement plan with a company match
    5-10 days PTO per year to start
    6 paid holidays
    Current and valid PA Driver's license
    Competence in driving a commercial truck
    1-2 years Experience in a leadership role
    3-4 years minimum of Hardscape experience. Duties would include building Outdoor Kitchens, Fireplaces, Fire Pits, Patios, Retaining Walls, Walkways, Driveways, etc.
    Masonry skills (Preferred)
    Ability to lift 50lbs or more
    NCMA & ICPI certifications (Preferred)
    Current PA DOT Medical Card required prior to start date (Paid for by Local Roots)
    Class A CDL (Preferred)
    Experience in a leadership role
    Able to work approximately 40-55 hours per week from March-December
    Able to work approximately 15-40 hours per week from January-February
    Expertise in operating ALL landscaping/hardscaping equipment, powered and non-powered.
    Adept in operating all relevant heavy machinery at Local Roots Landscaping
    Expertise in segmental retaining walls, paver patios, natural stone work, edging, concrete, carpentry, grading/excavation, and drainage
    Proficiency in onsite small equipment repairs
    Time management and problem solving skills
    Reliability and timeliness
    Ability to provide clear written and verbal instructions


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    Project Manager - Healthcare Construction  

    - Madison

    The Project Manager, Construction manages up to 3 smaller, less complex projects valued at between $500K and $5M each. This individual is responsible for the overall safety, direction, completion, and financial outcome of construction projects from initial budget through project completion.

    Key Responsibilities
    Project Management: Prepares strategic plans for project success and serves as the primary client liaison to bring the schedule, budgets and scope of work to completion.
    Financial Management: Manages project costs through the ongoing evaluation of labor, material and equipment; continues to forecast and analyze construction costs, exposures and profits through project completion
    Client Relationship: Accountable for keeping clients informed of project status, including budget, schedule, issues, etc. and managing the client's expectations around the project

    Education: Bachelor's degree in Construction Management, Engineering or related field.

    Certifications and/or Licenses:
    Completion of 30-hour OSHA Safety training
    ASHE HCC certification
    ICRA certification
    First Aid/CPR/AED certification
    General Contractor license in at least one state (multiple states preferred)
    Relevant Experience & Training:
    3-5 years' construction experience of healthcare or senior living projects up to $5M in value.
    Must be detail oriented and ability to work independently and as part of a team.
    Working Conditions: 60% national travel required.

    The above information on this description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by employees within this job/classification. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, and qualifications required of employees assigned to this job. ERDMAN is an equal employment opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status or and other characteristic protected by law.



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    Field Engineer - Healthcare Construction  

    - Madison

    Job Summary: The Field Engineer works with field staff and assists with the overall safety, direction, completion, and financial outcome of construction projects. This individual is the liaison between the field crews/activities, subcontractors, architects, engineers, and management.

    Key Responsibilities:
    Project Management: Provides support to the Project Manager and Superintendent by assisting with planning, scheduling, procurement, safety, and project close outs.
    Materials Procurement & Management: Manages material and equipment flow to and around project sites; coordinates material scheduling with BSG; and, subcontractor and field purchased materials.
    Documentation: Oversees construction documentation control between Architecture and Engineering (A&E) and the field; and, change management and documentation with subcontractors.
    Bachelor's degree in Construction Management or Civil Engineering required, or a combination of a minimum 2 years of construction and 2-year Associate's degree in a related field required.
    Completion of a college internship preferred.

    Certifications and/or Licenses: None required.

    Relevant Experience & Training:
    1-3 years' experience in the construction industry
    Broad knowledge and ability to understand project scheduling and cost control
    Ability to read and understand project owner specifications and engineering drawings
    Knowledge of construction safety and current federal and OSHA requirements and completed OSHA 10-Hour Safety training
    Proficient in MS Office, Revit, Primavera P06 scheduling software, and Project management software
    Working Conditions:
    Work is performed in a professional, creative, open construction project site. Appropriate PPE is required. Hours of work will generally be during regular business hours. There are occasions where extra effort will be required to meet project deadlines. Great flexibility in schedule is both required of you and returned to you due to our many project deadlines.
    80% national travel required.


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