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SECON is part of Colaska Inc., a leader in heavy civil construction in the state of Alaska. SECON builds projects throughout South East Alaska and provides construction materials commercially in Juneau. Colaska Inc. is a subsidiary of the Colas Group, the worldwide leader in transportation infrastructure construction and maintenance.
Work under the Project Manager and/or Project Superintendent in coordinating and directing a variety of disciplines, including site meetings and inspections, monitoring project schedules, and assuring compliance of contract requirements and project-related financials.
Perform quantity takeoffs, work with method improvement studies and assist estimators as required.
Verify materials, equipment and quality and assure they meet the needs of the project and are within compliance of the contract requirements.
Work under the Superintendent in coordinating and directing a variety of disciplines, attend site meetings and inspections, report on progress and monitor project schedules.
Generate planning and schedule deliverables including preparation of resource loaded schedules, tracking of actual work against schedules, performing variance analysis studies and updating daily operating reports in order to meet company financial goals, continuously implement cost savings and have all documentation in place for financial review.
Manage and track budgets, costs and revenue for all project activities .Accurately report, track and forecast these costs and revenue in order to create an accurate monthly margin analysis.
Assists with a number of operational issues, including but not limited to: change order support, subcontract schedule monitoring, field activity measurement, percent complete, forecasting and margin analysis while working with construction management to identify work and strategies for achieving end dates and margin in spite of unforeseen conditions.
Accumulate and access historical data for use in maintaining a realistic basis for future planning and forecasting.
Coordinate and monitor project document controls, maintains records and provide reports upon request and assists in final inspections, record drawings and contract closeout.
Make recommendations concerning contract claims, change orders, modifications, clarifications and payment requests.
Coordinate with management in generating subcontracts, pay estimates, subcontract pay estimates and other project-related internal and external contract requirements.
Provide technical assistance to management in a wide range of construction functions in multiple or single disciplines on projects.
Ensure that proper and accurate field quantities are reported daily and on time.
Monitor operations to assure that they are conducted in conformance with company policies, regulatory agencies and acceptable working practices and observe workers to ensure compliance standards.
Assist Superintendent in ensuring that all activities are done in accordance with applicable safety standards.
Responsible for all other duties, roles and responsibilities as assigned by supervisor(s) or General Manager.
KNOWLEDGE, EXPERIENCE EDUCATION & SKILLS REQUIRED:
Must be self-motivated and exercise strong time management skills as well as the ability to prioritize critical tasks and able to work with minimal direction.
Strong leadership and relationship building skills.
Ability to perform tasks outside defined job description, if necessary.
Must be able to work on multiple projects simultaneously.
Must display strong written and oral communication skills and employ effective listening skills.
Must be able to analyze problems and make sound decisions in a timely manner based on objectives, risks, implications and costs.
Ability to supervise and work with subcontractors and Owners.
Bachelor's degree (B.A.) from four-year college or university preferred; or five years' related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience in the construction industry.
Basic computer knowledge including knowledge of MS Word, Excel, HCSS, email and internet applications. Ability to learn new software as required.
Ability to read, analyze and interpret plans, specifications, contracts, and external and internal policies and guidelines, and/ or regulations. Ability to effectively present written or oral information to individuals and large groups and to respond to questions from managers, superintendents, employees, customers and the general public.
It is necessary to be able to add, subtract, multiply and divide. Ability to calculate figures and amounts such as percentages, area, circumference and volume. Ability to apply concepts of basic algebra and geometry. Must possess basic accounting skills.
High degree of reasoning ability and problem-solving skills. Flexible in adapting to changing needs, detail oriented and adept at analytical problem solving. Demonstrate independence in problem solving and be able to quickly analyze, compare, and interpret detailed and sometimes poorly defined information, and be able to make sound and accurate judgments based on best available information.
WORK PLACE VALUES REQUIREMENT:
Comply and abide by Colaska Inc.'s Code of Ethics at all times during employment with the Company
Learn, practice and share the Colaska Method
Look for Opportunities to deepen understanding of lean principles and practices
Align your own vision with the larger goals of the Company, and become a guardian of the Company's Core Values
Use continuous improvement as a tool to improve process, performance, safety and quality, including looking for ways to eliminate waste
Colas Inc. and its subsidiaries are an Equal Opportunity Employer. For details on the specifics of this commitment, please click here EEO document. If you need accommodation to access the information provided on this website, please contact Colas Inc. 973-290-9082 or send an email to ColasRecruiter@colasinc.com.
Nearest Major Market: Alaska
Nearest Secondary Market: Fairbanks