Position Summary (Purpose): The Concrete Foreman will manage construction projects. The Foreman serves as a team leader and crew supervisor of workers to ensure that projects proceed smoothly. A foreman contributes the knowledge gained from education and work site experience to see to it that the crew is working safely and efficiently to complete projects on time. This is a Union position.
Identify and schedule each component of the plan and assign appropriate manpower and equipment to each activity daily.
At the outset of each day, meet with each assigned personnel to communicate daily activity clearly and effectively.
Coordinate and direct the activity of all jobsite crews, subcontractors and materials, equipment providers.
Effectively interface with clients, inspectors, and regulatory representatives and other necessary individuals or organizations.
Accurately report all jobsite time and activity daily review.
Collaborate and review performance-to-plan with Project Engineer and Project Manager, and adjust the following day’s assignments, resources, and schedules.
Monitor all job site activity throughout the day, coordinating, and balancing activity to ensure that the daily plan is achieved, make adjustments in assignment as necessary for the master plan, and adhere to schedule and budget.
Working from contract documents, project plan layout, and create daily/weekly project work plans along with other relevant information.
Conduct work with 100% integrity and professionalism.
Other duties as assigned.
Skills, Experience and Education:
· Ability to review and understand plan specs and drawings.
· Minimum 5-10 years’ experience in a field environment preferred.
· Proficient in written and verbal business communications skills.
· Ability to give and receive written or oral instructions.
· Establish and maintain an effective working relationship with office and field personnel.
· Ability to work well under pressure.
Ability to perform the essential job functions consistent safely and successfully with the ADA, FMLA and other federal, state, and local standards, including meeting qualitative and/or quantitative productivity standards.
Ability to maintain regular, punctual attendance consistent with the ADA, FMLA and other federal, state, and local standards.