Location is TIOGA, ND. Pay is $35/hr; Per diem is $600/wk
Purpose: Monitor the quality, safety, and provide planning and direction directly to the assigned crew of craftsmen for construction activities for construction projects.
Work Schedule: Varies by location. Must have open availability any time any day of the week. Length of employment is limited to job assignment and/or project duration.
Essential Skills (may include but are not limited to the ability to)
Plan, coordinate and/or supervise construction activities of craft employees.
Thoroughly review contract and all available scope documents, drawings, specifications, and shop estimate.
Study project execution and tracking documents including the project execution plan, project safety plan, QA/QC plan, schedule, man loading projections, equipment rental schedule, job cost breakdown and cost codes, installed quantity and labor tracking plan, and subcontracting strategy.
Establish shop specific rules and logistic guidelines that make sense as it relates to break times and locations, smoking rules, shift start and stop times and locations, and food or drink concessions.
Participate in project kick-off and team building activities.
Ensure project is constructed in accordance with design, budget and schedule.
Interface with Superintendent to ensure all company, client, and project policies and procedures are adhered to.
Interface with all project team members as required in the establishment of project schedules and resolving schedule problems.
Provide leadership and management for craftsmen, ensuring to organize and lay out work for crews.
Ensure that materials, drawings, manpower, specifications, tools, consumables, and equipment are available when needed.
Provide prioritized work activity instructions to all crews and monitor their progress.
Assist with the implementation/interpretation of safety programs.
Responsibilities include verification of maintaining ASME, ANSI and associated codes as required per project.
Maintain strict adherence to the policies set forth in the QA/QC manual.
Mentor craft personnel for professional development.
Determine training needs of craft personnel and assist them in obtaining that training.
Monitor crew fatigue and schedule extra overtime only when absolutely necessary.
Work within precise limits and standards of accuracy.
Follow oral and written directions.
Work within company policy as outlined in the Lauren Engineers & Constructors Craft Handbook and in compliment with the LEC Human Resources Policy Manual, LEC Safety Manual and OSHA Safety rules.
Perform other duties as assigned by the supervisor as needed.
Five (5) years of formal training and experience in heavy industrial projects such as refineries, petro-chemical complexes, power plants, etc.
Familiar with construction methods, techniques, and labor requirements and how they apply to industrial construction projects.
Ability to effectively interact with project team members, clients, subcontractors, and craft employees.
Possess excellent leadership skills and have the ability to effectively manage craft employees.
Hands-on job foreman experience
Read, write and communicate using English language sufficient to perform job functions (other preferences will be given for special language skills where there is a business need)
Stand or walk for long periods of time
Use arms and hands to reach for, handle or manipulate objects
Lift and carry materials weighing up to 50 pounds; occasionally lift items weighing more than 50 pounds with assistance
Climb up and down ladders, scaffolds and other objects
Stoop, kneel, crouch and crawl
See well (naturally or with correction)
Good physical fitness
Good sense of balance
Work at great heights
Rain coat or poncho
Steel toed work boots
Environment: Construction Workers perform physically demanding work including lifting and carrying heavy objects, stooping, kneeling, crouching or crawling in awkward positions. Some work at great heights, or outdoors in all weather conditions. Some jobs expose workers to harmful materials or chemicals, fumes, odors, loud noise, or dangerous machinery. Some workers may be exposed to lead-based paint, asbestos, or other hazardous substances during their work especially when working in confined spaces. To avoid injury, workers in these jobs wear safety clothing, such as gloves, hardhats, protective chemical suits, and devices to protect their eyes, respiratory system, or hearing. While working in underground construction, Construction Workers must be especially alert to safely follow procedures and must deal with a variety of hazards.
All offers of employment are contingent upon results of a background check and a pre-employment drug screen. Lauren is an equal opportunity employer. Lauren strives to recruit and employ the most qualified personnel and provide equal opportunities for advancement, including promotion and training, without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, sexual orientation, citizenship status, veteran status, and, to the extent provided by law, age, marital status, disability or any other protected class as defined by federal, state or local laws. Lauren is committed to a workplace free from harassment, intimidation, and coercion at all sites and in all facilities where employees are assigned.
Applicants have rights under Federal Employment Laws
Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO)
Equal Polygraph Protection Act (EEPA)
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