CUSIelectric

The Electrical Foreman is responsible for organization and field management of electrical projects and implementing measures to increase the company’s effectiveness and efficiency.

 Essential Functions

  • Follow jobsite labor manual and change order budgets for correct phasing and time reporting
  • Foreman/Field Supervisor/Superintendent is responsible for journeymen and apprentices’ daily production, installation methods, and quality control.
  • Field questions from journeymen and apprentices and provide acceptable solutions.
  • Complete layout coordination, making dimensioned sketches of all pads, sleeves, underground runs, electrical rooms, and equipment rooms.
  • Coordinate installation with other trades on the jobsite, consulting with supervisor when drawings or RFIs can’t be obtained.
  • Monitor to ensure correct tools and materials are in all work areas in a timely manner.
  • Re-enforce that all team members must exhibit and promote a positive attitude and high morale during the project, taking corrective action when necessary.
  • Ensure safe work practices with all installation methods.
  • Ensure that no work is performed outside the scope of the contract without supervisor authorization.
  • Fill out daily field reports and keep a written daily log.
  • Follow supervisor’s scheduled activities.
  • Notify supervisor of delays in accomplishing assigned field tasks.
  • Schedule and plan for miscellaneous material purchases in bulk for the jobsite or prefabrication.
  • Verify wire lengths for optimum field productivity.
  • Check with supervisor before reordering material for backorder status.
  • Unload and store materials in a secure area, completing inventory from the purchase order and approved submittals.
  • Notify supervisor of any damaged or missing items.
  • Return all material that does not meet job specifications, unused materials, and tools to staging area or main warehouse.
  • Conduct weekly safety meetings and record attendees, keeping a record of any comments or problems.
  • Fill out injury reports in a timely manner.
  • Take immediate, corrective action when policies are not followed by subordinates
  • Attend subcontractor foreman/field supervisor meetings with an agenda outlining electrical needs, ensuring all comments are recorded in meeting minutes.
  • Record and turn in time tickets with correct hours and phasing.
  • Act upon new correspondence and drawings from supervisor only, not the client.
  • Have daily meetings with supervisor to review all problems.
  • Update as-built drawings weekly and conform to specifications
  • Update on-going punch list, completing areas as the job progresses, eliminating loose ends, and perform in a timely manner
  • Perform testing and test reports as required by specifications

Education

  • Minimum 5 years of installation experience with the latest electrical code, means, and methods
  • CO Journeyman License Required

 Qualifications and Skills

  • Candidate must utilize prefabrication
  • Candidate must be able to train new apprentices and grow existing apprentices with methods of increased accuracy and efficiency
  • Candidate must be able to travel with incentives
  • Driver’s License Required

Benefits

$32+

Medical, Dental, Vision
Long-term Disability (Company Paid)
Short-term Disability
Life/AD&D Insurance (Company Paid Up to $100k Policy)
Voluntary Life/AD&D
401k (5% Match/Immediately 100% Vested)
PTO
11 paid holidays

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