Oversee total construction and design effort (if applicable) to ensure project is constructed in accordance with design, National Electric Code, budget, and schedule.
Act as a liaison to coordinate communication between both internal and external members on the project including, but not limited to: General Contractors, Subcontractors, Superintendents, General Foremen and union officials.
Authorize and/or approve all project staff transactions including choice of superintendent, general foremen, foremen, staff volume and wages.
Provide direction to planning, scheduling and engineering functions.
Collaborate with internal teams to estimate projects and write bid proposals.
Review and approve purchase requisitions, payment approvals, sending invoices, and change order requests.
Assists in the implementation/interpretation of safety programs and ensures that all OSHA requirements are met.
Ensure that all company client and project policies, procedures, and standards are adhered to and understood by team(s).
Ensure the maintenance of all official project documentation and logs.
Maintain and develop customer relationships; solicit feedback to ensure customer satisfaction.
Maintain a thorough understanding of labor agreements and standards specific to projects.
Perform additional assignments as needed.
SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE, AND EXPERIENCE:
BS in Electrical Engineering/ related field of study or equivalent in job experience.
Proven success in a lead role onsite
Leadership of field labor, experience leading electricians
Superior communication skills, both written and verbal
Outstanding interpersonal and team leadership skills.
Knowledge of National Electrical Code
Must possess strong attention to detail and ensure maximum quality of work throughout the lifecycle of the project.
Experience with Accubid a plus.
Experience with Bluebeam Revu a plus.
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