We are looking for qualified foreman to lead our crews and be responsible for the installation of the company’s foundation repair and waterproofing products according to quality standards, job specifications, and safety regulations. Our foreman work hard and get rewarded with excellent pay and benefits .
Looking for a career or job with growth potential? We offer weekly training, excellent support, and hands-on work with a team of professionals that truly care for both our customers and the well-being of each other.
Erickson Foundation Supportworks specializes in foundation repair. With over 40 years of experience in construction through our parent company, we understand high quality and competence in the workplace. Our innovative techniques and skill in a variety of materials and methods make us the best option for residential or commercial foundation repairs.
Responsible for overseeing each job to completion. Reviews the job proposal and job site to determine equipment and tools needed, plan time allotment, decide workload for self and installers, and observe and prevent potential safety hazards. Takes responsibility for assembling appropriate tools and equipment, assigning tasks to installers, and moving the job toward completion to ensure efficiency and quality. Supports the management and mission of the company.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
Along with the Co-Foreman, (1) assigns tasks of installer(s), (2) motivates and trains installers on proper handling of materials and tools and approved methods of installation of waterproofing and foundation repair, (3) ensures company policies and procedures, as well as safety guidelines, are followed, (4) tracks hours of installers, and (5) moves job progress to completion at a pace to ensure efficiency and quality. (50%)
Along with the Co-Foreman, review job specifications to determine materials, tools and equipment needed for the job. Along with the production team and installer(s), loads the truck with such materials, tools and equipment. (25%)
Along with the Co-Foreman, assess conditions of the job once on-site. Plans time allotment, tools needed and order of work, and decides workload for self and installers. Adjusts for conditions, makes changes from original job order, troubleshoots situations, innovates process on the spot in order to complete the job to meet company standards and timetables. (25%)
Regular and punctual attendance. Ability to work overtime if needed. If necessary, ability to legally drive a motor vehicle.
NECESSARY KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES (KSAs) and TALENTS:
Knowledge of construction or related trades required.
Skill in operating equipment and/or power tools required.
Ability to see the “big picture,” i.e. the total job and break it into steps.
Possess talent and personal traits: you will be leading a team and communicating with customers on a daily basis.
Attention to Detail
Must be able to lift and carry items of 40lbs+
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
High school diploma or GED preferred;
Five (5) year's experience in construction trades preferred;
A combination of education and experience is preferred;