Constructs, fabricates, installs and dismantles form work of fixtures of metal, wood and other accessories.
The role of a Lead General Foreman is to assist the Superintendent in providing leadership, direction and supervision of craft workers; to provide coordination in order that crafts work in a safe and productive manner.
They plan, forecast and coordinate deliverables in line with quality, cost, specifications and industry standards.
This person is to have a full working knowledge of their craft sector, to be aware of industry/legislative changes, safety protocols, relevant certifications (for personnel or equipment).
Builds wooded structures, such as stairs, concrete forms, scaffolds, tunnel and sewer supports, and temporary frame shelters, according to blueprints, or oral instructions, and lays out and installs partitions and cabinet work
Examines blueprints, sketches or building plans for to determine material required and dimensions of structure or fixture to be fabricated
Selects, loads, and hauls job material to work site
Prepares layout of form or fixture to be fabricated using lines or grades
Measures boards, timbers, or plywood using square, measuring tape and ruler and marks cutting lines on materials using pencil and scriber. Shapes materials to required sizes using saws, chisels, and planes
Verifies accuracy of structure with transit, plumb bob, square and level
Uses carpentry hand tools such as hammers, levels, squares, screw drivers, adjustable, wrenches, hand and power saws, drill motors and pry bars
Nails cleats (braces) across boards to construct concrete-supporting forms
Braces forms in place with timbers, tie rods, and anchor bolts for use in building concrete piers, footings, and walls
Erects frame work for structures and lays sub-flooring
Cuts and assembles timbers to build trestles and cofferdams
Erects scaffolding for buildings and other structures and installs ladders, handrails, walkways, platforms, and gangways
Constructs forms, chutes, and aligns form panels for pouring concrete and grout
Fits and installs pre-fabricated window frames, doors, weather stripping interior and exterior trim and finished hardware
Fits and nails sheathing on outer walls and roofs of buildings. Sets and braces anchor bolts
Performs minor maintenance or cleaning activities with tools and equipment
Ability to tie rebar
Operation of electric and pneumatic tools
May rig materials
May mix cement or epoxy grouts using concrete mixing machine or hoe
Signals the concrete deliverer to position truck to facilitate pouring
May build or reinforce forms or bracing prior to pours
Loads, transports and unloads tools, equipment and supplies
Spreads concrete to specified depth and workable consistency, using a float to bring water to surface and produce soft topping
Levels, smooths and shapes surfaces of freshly poured concrete, using straight edge and float or power screed
Finishes concrete surfaces using power trowel or wets and rubs concrete with abrasive stone to specified finish
Remove rough or defective spots from concrete surfaces, power grinder or chisel and hammer and patches holes with fresh concrete or epoxy compound
Spray cement mortar or concrete to cover exposed earth, masonry, and steel surfaces and forcing grout into drilled holes or spaces between foundations.
Molds expansion joints and edges using edging tools, jointers and straight edge
May direct sub-grade work and setting of forms
Assists in lifting, positioning and securing of materials and work pieces
Perform minor maintenance and cleaning activities with tools and equipment
Responsible for observing and complying with all safety and project rules.
Performs other duties as required
Plan and coordinate labor requirements.
Evaluating performance against schedule.
Closing out Punch list items as allocated.
Advising Superintendent of any issues, impacts, risks or potential costs (financial or time).
Creating, maintaining and updating short range look ahead.
Maintain and monitor company and project specific HSE plans, ensuring awareness and compliance is asserted.
Liaise, coordinate and supervise subcontractors, ensuring they conform to site operations, safety specifics and project requirements.
Analyze and make independent recommendations regarding solutions to problems with varying complexity in accordance with organization and/or project objectives and guidelines.
Monitors and reports on cost and man-hour budgets.
NCCER or equivalent certification with relevant experience.
Minimum of 48 months documented field experience in chosen craft discipline, with minimum of 12 months experience at Foreman level.
Must have the ability to read and interpret instructions and documentation.
Experience in forecasting and planning of project requirements: equipment, materials, etc.
Experience in creating short range look ahead for Foreman to execute.
Experience in monitoring cost and man-hour budgets.
Experience in executing the requirements and monitoring of the project deliverables.
Work within precise standards of accuracy
Rate information using standards which can be measured or checked
Compare and see differences in the size, shape and form of lines, figures and objects
Observe flat drawings or diagrams and understand how they would look as solid objects
Apply basic mathematical skills
Follow oral and written directions
Work at heights without fear.
Degree qualified in Construction or related topic beneficial but not required.
Basic understanding of IT systems, including: Email, MS Office (Excel), etc.
Communication skills, both verbal and written.
Experience in executing, monitoring and updating of construction schedules.
Experience in adhering to, monitoring and implementing project HSE policies.
Must supply own tools appropriate for basic tasks.
NP=Not Present, O=Occasionally (0-33%), F=Frequently (34-66%), C=Constantly (67-100%)
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