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Chief Operating Officer

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Emcor Group, Inc. Raleigh , NC 27611

Posted 7 months ago

About us: Since 1962, Southern Industrial has helped install and maintain the manufacturing and industrial base that has fueled growth across the Southeast.

We have grown from a Carolinas-based crane and rigging company into the leading provider of turn-key industrial construction and plant maintenance services in the Southeast.

As part of EMCOR Group, Southern Industrial's ability to serve our customers is enhanced by EMCOR's financial strength and national presence.

Job Title: Chief Operating Officer

Job Summary:

The Chief Operating Officer (COO) is responsible for performance of all SIC Business Units and oversee ongoing operations and procedures. The COO is key member of the Senior Management Team and reports directly to the President & CEO. COO will manage risk for SIC and is expected to be an experienced and efficient leader.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Make sure SIC Core Values are understood and followed by all personnel

  • Establish polices and promote company culture and vision

  • Design and implement business strategies, plan and procedures

  • Ensure Safety and QA/QC procedures are followed by all

  • Work with CEO to set comprehensive goals for performance and growth

  • Work with General Managers to make certain the right resources are available and assigned to each of our projects

  • Experience as a project manager and solid understanding of construction project management skills

  • Lead employees to encourage maximum performance and evaluate performance by analyzing and interpreting data and metrics

  • Participate in expansion activities such as acquisitions

  • Oversee corporate labor and equipment dispatch

  • Proven experience as COO or similar role

  • Excellent interpersonal and public speaking skills

  • Outstanding organizational and leadership skills

  • Skilled decision maker and problem solver

  • Work with HR to establish succession plans for key management and field supervisory positions and make sure succession plan is in place at all business units

  • Work with recruiting and training to provide our customers with world class craftsmen

  • Identify future SIC leaders within the company and work with HR to develop those team members

  • Responsible for managing the sharing of resources across various SIC business units

  • Work with General Managers to identify SIC resources required to execute projects that are available

  • Participate in bid reviews for larger projects and assist management team to access risk and proper pricing

  • Visit project sites frequently to ensure morale is high and field management is getting support required to be successful

  • Work with Support Services (SS) to make sure training plans are what we need to advance skill set of field personnel and assist SS to modify as required

  • Oversee large complex field activities and make certain we have a safe plan of execution including the right craft and supervision

  • Oversee all SIC Equipment, tools, and vehicles

  • Manage & Oversee maintenance and repairs of all equipment

  • Responsible for annual equipment budget and recommendations for capital equipment purchases

  • Performs other duties as required

Qualifications:

  • College Degree in Engineering or Construction preferred.

  • 20+ years of experience in construction industry but ideally industrial construction with executive leadership experience and P&L responsibility

  • Excellent interpersonal skills and demonstrated proficiency building and maintaining positive professional relationships

  • Intermediate computer skills or better in Microsoft Excel, Word, and Powerpoint

We offer our employees a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package and are always looking for individuals with the talent and skills required to contribute to our continued growth and success. EOE M/F/Vet/Disabled


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Emcor Group, Inc.