- $65,210.00 -100,050.00/year*
69 Rose St
Regular attendance at assigned location; may include A/Z office or other project site; Act as a team leader in the execution of electrical work safely and with the objective of constructing a best in class product; Supervise and participate in the installations of Power, Lighting, Fire Alarm, Security, Instrumentation and Controls, UPS, Generator and other related systems; Detect faulty operation of equipment or defective materials and notify supervisors; Direct helpers or apprentices in appropriate tasks; Read and interpret blueprints, isometric drawings, plans or specifications to determine work details or procedures; Must maintain strict adherence to safety rules and quality; Insure proper site housekeeping is always maintained; Interact with co-workers in an attentive courteous manner; Additional duties as directed by management. Oversee and audit site safety and quality control programs; Ensure all site safety work permits as defined within the Project Specific Safety Program are acknowledged and adhered to; Coordinate interface between project management and site operation participants in the execution of construction services; Oversee and coordinate any Sub-Contractors work that may be working under the Electrical Division, i.e.: Fire Alarm, Security, Controls, Testing, Rigging, etc. Confirm the design intent with architectural, engineering, and consultants in accordance with Standard Project Control requirements; Coordinate field trade activities in accordance with the project schedule and help with developing the three week look ahead coordination schedules with all appropriate Project Team Participants; Attend all trade contractor weekly coordination meetings with Project Manager and/or Project Engineer; Coordinate equipment and specialty material deliveries and staging requirements; Assist with coordination and scheduled shut-downs as required to support any associated on-site operational requirements; Support constructability and value management analysis with best industry practices; Assess trade contractor earned value status with Project Management Team for monthly requisitions; Maintain project as-built documentation and site coordination drawings; Establish work completion and punch lists in accordance with established Quality Control and Quality Assurance Programs; Ensure field installation compliance with all technical specifications, approved shop drawings and submittals; Support interface with Client Representatives on pro-active customer centric basis; Complete associated Superintendent project control requirements in accordance to Corporate Standard Operating Practices and Procedures; Support field investigation analysis for potential claim / issue resolution practices with Project Team, as required; Support field close-out, commissioning, and validation requirements as defined with the Project Team; Insure the necessary equipment and materials are always available to support the field team so as to maximize productivity; Ability to work independently and manage a team of pipe fitters, plumbers, welders and apprentices; Knowledge of materials, methods and tools involved in industrial construction; Attention to detail and quality; Good documentation and record keeping; Preparation of miscellaneous paperwork including time sheets, daily reports and material requests; Understanding and development of daily Job Hazard Analysis (JHA); Appropriate state certification or license; OSHA 10 certification. Experience: 7-10 years of Field Experience; Be highly focused on customer satisfaction expectations; Competency in Permit Required Confined Space;
Associated topics: design, develop, electric, electrical, electrical engineer, electronic, engineer, plc, power, systems
* The salary listed in the header is an estimate based on salary data for similar jobs in the same area. Salary or compensation data found in the job description is accurate.
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