Team Leader – Wage Range: $17.00+ DOE (with paid vacation and holidays)
Includes all areas from Team Member (TM) and Assistant Team Leader (ATL) descriptions as well as the following.
1. Directly supervise and coordinate activities of TMs and ATLs.
2. Effectively manage small ($500.00) to large ($50,000.00+) size construction projects with a heavy concentration in foundation repair, grouting, concrete and concrete repairs, waterproofing, drainage.
3. Be able to contact homeowners, builders, contractors, engineers, architects, vendors and material handlers, and pull permits, as needed to complete any job.
4. Be able to be handed any service plan or blueprint and be sent out to job and complete project with NO supervision.
5. Be able to accurately track man hours, job costs, equipment hours and rentals and document daily activities.
6. Be able to effectively and accurately manage Change Orders, calculate final invoices, and collect payment from customer.
7. Have the mindset to hire/fire and issue praise/reprimands to other employees. Suggests and initiates personnel actions, such as promotions, transfers, and hires.
8. Responsible for tools, trucks, equipment, and cleanliness/working ability of those.
9. Effective, clear communication with your crew(s), customers, and office.
10. Plan your work ahead of the work day, have consistent daily briefing, and then work with your team.
11. Upon receipt of new job, make initial client contact within 24 hours to discuss the job parameters and estimated start date. Keep in contact with client (minimum of once per week) pertaining to start date adjustments.
12. Fill out and turn in all paperwork in an accurate, legible and timely manner on a daily basis, or as the office requires.
13. Excellent quality in work.
14. Thorough detailed clean up from start to finish on job.
15. Monitoring and adherence to all safety requirements.
16. Able to handle several tasks consecutively.
17. Assign work to employees.
18. Confers with staff and workers to ensure production and personnel problems are resolved.
19. Analyzes and resolves worker problems and recommends motivational plans.
20. Examines and inspects work progress, equipment and construction sites to verify safety and ensure that specifications are met.
21. Estimates material and worker requirements to complete job.
22. Reads specifications, such as blueprints and data, to determine construction requirements.
23. Analyzes and plans installation and construction of equipment and structures.
24. Locate, measure, and mark location and placement of structures and equipment.
25. Train workers in construction methods, and operation and maintenance of equipment.
26. Recommend measures to improve production methods and equipment performance to increase efficiency and safety.
27. Assist workers engaged in construction activities, using hand tools and equipment.
See TM and ATL description.
Communication — The ability to communicate information and ideas in speaking or in writing so others will understand. And the ability to listen to and understand information and ideas presented through spoken or written words. Feel comfortable meeting and speaking with Architects, Engineers, Builders, Contractors, Homeowners and being able to accurately communicate, plan and fill out change orders, changes and problem solve.
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. Visualization — The ability to imagine how something will look after it is moved around or when its parts are moved or rearranged. Deductive Reasoning — The ability to apply general rules to specific problems to produce answers that make sense.
1. Productivity/Gross Profit
a. Jobs completed on schedule and under budget.
b. Estimators relatively free from involvement when job is turned over to Team Leader
c. Make every work day, every shop day, is productive
2. Customer Satisfaction/Quality/Attention to Detail/Thorough
a. All work completed at or above Nichols/GROUT TECH’s quality standards.
b. Zero call backs on work installed
3. Cost Awareness
a. Effectively control material and concrete costs on projects
a. Long term relationship with Nichols/GROUT TECH
b. Honest, open communication with management
5. Equipment Care
a. Consistent care, cleanliness, and organization of all vehicles, equipment, and tools.
a. Legible, accurate, timely paperwork
a. Proper safety equipment used and procedures followed at all times
a. Harmonious working relationship among crew
b. Team members trained and working as a team
9. Skills, Continuing Education, Development of Self
a. Blue print reading, service plan reading and shop drawings
b. Thorough knowledge of our type of constructions projects
c. Knowledge of all types of foundation repair, grouting, concrete repair, and drainage improvements
d. Be willing to sit through, pay attention, and actively participate in classes, seminars and training to better your knowledge of your job
True leaders don’t create more followers, they create more leaders! For more information on this position or to apply contact Steve at (205) 216-0220.