Assistant Team Leader

Assistant Team Leader (ATL) – Wage Range: $14.00 – $19.00 DOE (w/ paid vacation & holidays)

Includes all areas from Team Member job description/tasks/etc., as well as the following.

Job Description:

1. Essentially, the ATL will have enough knowledge of our work so as to be able to step into the position of Team Leader when the Team Leader is not able to be present.
2. Understand the basics of a footing; knows how to read a blueprint, and coordinate crews to be able to complete a concrete foundation repair or grouting job. An ATL could be handed a simple blueprint with little to no direction and be able to complete the project from start to finish.
3. Arrive at a job site with a crew. Be able to read a service agreement for repair. Be able to get a crew started on the required work to complete the installation of helical/steel push piers, wall plate anchors/tiebacks, grouting jobs, and drainage systems.
4. Be able to accurately keep track of man hours, equipment, etc. using provided paperwork.
5. Be able to lead smaller crews and complete certain tasks with little to no help. An ATL should be able to solve problems and be able to answer simple questions from other Team Members. Be able to talk and meet with builders and homeowners, to help them understand the entire process.
6. ATL will take the main leadership role in coordinating the load list and making sure the trucks are ready to roll the next work day for Team Leaders.
7. Run ALL equipment/tools to fix/repair concrete.
8. Monitor how the sun, wind, heat, or cold, affect the mixing/pumping/curing of the concrete or urethane grout throughout the entire process.
9. Be able to read and fully understand ECP’s manual on helical/push pier pressures and methods.
10. Be able to read and fully understand various literature/manuals on grouting types and methods.
11. Be able to read and fully understand various literature/manuals pertaining to any/all other aspects of our work.
12. Be able to correctly mark grade lines, turn pumps on/off properly and spray a foundation and install drain tile/french drain.
13. Spread, level, and smooth concrete, using rake, shovel, hand float, screed board, and float.
14. Cut out damaged areas of concrete, drill holes for reinforcing rods, and position reinforcing rods to repair concrete, using a power saw and drill.
15. Figure quantity and order materials on most jobs (materials such as concrete, piers, grout, stone, pipe, etc.).
16. Follow established safety rules and regulations and maintain a safe and clean environment and help enforce safety rules and guidelines.
17. Understand the placement of piers and anchors and know where to put them if they need to be moved.
18. Understand how to operate and repair grout pumps and how to hook up ALL the hydraulic lines on ALL the equipment.
19. Know how to figure angles for driving anchors/tiebacks.
20. Use properly and care for all equipment as if it were your very own.
21. Be able to fill out a job binder and accurately track man hours, equipment usage and material usage.

Required Skills:

Reading Comprehension — Understanding written sentences and paragraphs in work related documents.
Mathematical — The ability to add/subtract, multiply/divide, calculate percentages and times, quickly and correctly. The basic knowledge of algebra. The ability to perform calculations such as ft3 to yd3.
Coordination — Adjusting actions in relation to others’ actions.
Time Management — Managing one’s own time and the time of others.
Management of Personnel Resources — Motivating, developing and directing people as they work, identifying the best people for the job.
Speaking — Talking to others to convey information effectively.
Instructing — Teaching others how to do something; continually training your replacement.
Management of Material Resources — Obtaining and seeing to the appropriate use of equipment, facilities, and materials needed to do certain work.

Required Outputs:

1. Know all company procedures and policies.
2. Skills and Continuing Education
a. Continue your own education, including, but not limited to knowing the ECP manual and applicable grouting techniques.
b. Be able to operate small equipment such as a walk-behind saw, compactor, drills, bobcat, circular saw, laser, demo hammer, grinder, etc.
3. Productivity
a. Problem solve when needed.

Contact Steve at (205) 216-0220 for more information or to apply!