Foreman - Utility
Stansell Electric Company is based in Nashville with a satellite office in Chattanooga. Our organization has built a strong reputation for high quality work, family oriented work life, and the highest integrity. We offer many training opportunities, both through outside education facilities and in house developed training programs. We believe in utilizing experienced and skilled workers to help us provide for the training needs of less experienced workers. Every individual has strengths and weaknesses; we believe in maximizing each individual s strengths. We work to ensure the right person is hired for any job opening. When an individual is placed in a role that best suits them, the company and the employee are both most likely to be successful. Our primary goal of developing exceptional people results in an exceptional company.
As a Federal Contractor, it is the policy of Stansell Electric Company to assure that applicants are employed, and that applicants are treated during employment, without regard to their race, religion, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age or disability. Minorities & females encouraged to apply.
Compensation will be determined based on skills, education, and experience.
Health insurance, including subsidy for full family
Short Term and Long Term Disability Coverage
An Equal Opportunity Employer / Minorities & females encouraged to apply.
TN Drug Free Workplace conducting pre-employment, post-accident and random drug screening
SCOPE OF WORK:
Supervise and coordinate an assigned crew and subordinate supervision in all aspects of installation, alteration, demolition, maintenance and/or repair of infrastructure electrical systems; highway & site lighting, traffic signals, duct banks, ITS (Intelligent Transportation Systems). The Foreman must demonstrate the mechanical aptitude, mathematical skills, and literacy skills commensurate to the satisfactory completion of position's primary duties and responsibilities. Heavy equipment operating experience is required.
PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Supervise projects valued at $50,000 to $1,000,000.
Meet or exceed project schedules, productivity standards, and monetary budgets.
Has strong expertise in all aspects of trade related materials, components, equipment, systems, methods of installations, safety procedures, safe work practices, trade related calculations, blueprint and drawing interpretation, and trouble shooting.
Operates any hand tools, power tools, and equipment necessary to perform all trade associated tasks.
Effectively communicates and interfaces with peers, crew, project supervision, and General Contractor.
Coordinates work and activities with the Project Manager, General Contractor, customer, and other trades.
Forecasts and orders manpower, material, tool, and equipment needs well in advance to assure that the proper tools/equipment, materials, information, manpower, and other requirements are on the project when needed.
Proceeds with work via written and verbal instructions, plans, drawings, and specifications.
Directly responsible for the supervision and management of all employees under his/her jurisdiction.
Lays out and schedules work for subordinate lead persons and crew as needed.
Correctly fulfills, in a timely manner, administrative requirements and documentation such as time sheets, labor coding, daily logs, material and tool requisitions, man loading schedules, reports (i.e. incident/injury, employee notifications, etc.).
Monitors labor productivity, Quality Control, and directs the crew in such a manner so as to meet project schedules and production quotas.
Coordinate and manages equipment rentals.
Identifies, schedules, and facilitates all needed inspections.
Prepares detail drawings for job as needed.
Instructs assigned employees in the correct operation of tools and equipment, safe work practices, electrical principles, and applicable NEC.
Evaluate employees under his/her supervision.
Troubleshoot and resolve problems in electrical circuits, systems, and equipment.
Utilize NEC codebook as needed.
Comprehends, abides by, and enforces Stansell Electric customer policies, procedures, and safety guidelines. Documents and reports all violations.
Attend all Foreman Meetings.
Works with tools alongside crew when required or as directed.
Perform other project related duties and assignments as instructed by supervision.
The preceding covers the primary duties and responsibilities of the position. It should not be construed as a complete listing of all miscellaneous, incidental, or similar duties that may be required from day to day.
The Position Requires:
Working in extreme weather conditions and elements, indoor or outdoor, including heat, cold, rain, mud, dust, and snow depending on job location.
Working in and around restricted/confined spaces, manholes, utility tunnels, crawl spaces, attics, clean-rooms, raised metal floors, excavations.
Working on or around slippery or uneven surfaces.
Working in and around ditches, trenches, and excavations.
Working in and around exposures typical of a heavy construction site such as heavy equipment, vehicular traffic and extreme noise levels.
Working from various heights via ladders, scaffolds, aerial lifts, cat walks, and other safe work platforms and areas.
Working around storage containers, transmission raceways, and manufacturing equipment containing live chemicals or toxic materials.
The Position Requires:
Lifting 51 pounds, unassisted, 20 times per day.
Constantly moving about on the feet.
Completing a full day s assignments involving one or more of the following; bending, stooping, squatting, crawling, climbing, kneeling, balancing, pushing, pulling, reaching over head, and repetitive use of arms, hands, and fingers.
Digging trenches and excavations, either by use of hand tools or power equipment.
Operating two handed tools/equipment such as cable cutters, hammer drills, compression tools, and jack hammers.
Operating aerial personnel lifts.
Transitioning from employee parking area or street into construction work areas and to access all levels of the building, even if the only means of access is by O.S.H.A. approved site construction ladder or stairs still under construction, but acceptable for use.
Wearing all personal protective equipment at all times as required by the specific task; eye and face protection, steel toe leather work boots, hand protection, head protection, respirator, arc flash protection, etc.
Climbing and working from all types of ladders; step ladders up to 14 , A frame ladders, and all size extension ladders. Capable of carrying and relocating up to a 12 step ladder by one s self.
Operating company vehicles with manual or automatic transmission.
Working a 40 hour work week, with overtime and off-hour shifts as required.
Personal weight including tool pouch, tools, nail bags, and tool belt must not exceed 300 lbs, weight limit of a class 1A ladder.
Possession of good hearing, normal or corrected.
Possession of good vision, normal or corrected.
Positive identification of wiring colors.