Structural Systems Repair Group Foreman in Cincinnati, Ohio
Job Summary:Dedicated team leader responsible for work crews, delegating responsibilities, mentoring young workers and ensuring the project is completed successfully.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:• Ability to multitask, manage high stress situations and resolving issues efficiently.• Attending daily briefings.• Overseeing site operations.• Supervising sub-contractors and other laborer workers. • Provide consistent leadership, supervision and development to all employees assigned to the role.• Ordering and following up on site material deliveries • Responsible for the execution of each project within the safety requirements • Continuously develop knowledge and skills pertaining to new methods, tools, technology, standards or practices related to the projects the role is assigned.
Minimum Qualifications • High School diploma or GED required.• 5-10 years’ experience working as a rough carpenter. • Minimum of 3 years as a proven successful Lead Carpenter or Senior Tech.• OSHA 30 Certification.• Performing this job requires use of bending, standing, climbing, stooping, kneeling, crouching, or crawling. Employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 100 pounds.
Leadership and Team Building• Fosters an environment that encourages team work and collaboration• Inspires others to grow, develop and advance in their career through a shared vision• Articulate the vision of what the future of the organization looks like and actively communicate this to team• Lead the change process through realistically assessing the environment, the people and the market to affect change proactively
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