Duro Electric Company began operations in 1979 with a handful of employees and a few service trucks. Since that time, we’ve grown to be one of the top electrical contractors in Colorado. Our proficiency in competitive bidding, attention to detail and emphasis on integrity and customer service has made our growth and success possible.
Our Parent Company
Duro Electric is part of MDU Resources Group, a major natural resources company that provides value-added natural resource products and related services that are essential to energy and transportation infrastructure. MDU Resources Group, which operates in 48 states, has $6.3 billion in assets and more than $4.1 billion in annual revenues (as of Dec. 31, 2016). The company has been traded on the New York Stock Exchange since 1948 (NYSE: MDU).
Benefits start day one, we offer healthcare, vision, dental, life, AD&D, 401k and more.
Many of our employees have been with us for decades, several since the start of their careers. Longevity feeds a culture of community at Duro Electric, and we extend that sense of community by supporting charitable organizations throughout Englewood and the Denver area.
GENERAL SUMMARY/PRIMARY FUNCTION
Responsible for making our #1 critical success factor, safety first, a priority in all tasks and activities performed by self and all others involved. Schedule, coordinate and supervise craft employee activities. May involve supervising one or more trade groups or sub-contractors (Fire alarm, Low Voltage, etc.) working in a particular construction discipline. Ability to layout and perform advanced electrical installations and troubleshooting.
MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES / ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS
Plan and supervise craft activities including method of construction, manpower levels, material quantities equipment, temporary power sources, work schedule and documenting actual hours worked.
Coordinate assigned work with work of different crafts, company departments, or other contractors.
Maintain liaison with engineering and planning to ensure work complies with drawings, specifications, and schedule.
Assist in resolving construction problems (lack of productivity, work interfaces, etc.) as required.
Assist Human Resources in maintaining communications regarding employee job site performance as well as attendance and reviews.
Monitor craft compliance with project safety program requirements; document and ensure corrective measures are implemented.
Maintain liaison with vendors and Inspectors to ensure all required materials, equipment, inspections, etc., support craft activities and project schedule.
Strong social and communication skills with superiors, customers and project partners.
Intermediate computer skills, with MS Office, Bluebeam and other construction related software.
This position is required to drive.
Perform additional assignments per supervisor’s direction.
Minimum Qualifications: Minimum Qualifications:
MINIMUM EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
Completion of a four-year accredited apprenticeship program or equivalent combinations of technical training and/or experience. Minimum of two years of supervisory experience in similar facility construction technology, methods, equipment, tools, and work procedures required. Must have safe driving record and a valid driver’s license according to legal requirements. Valid Colorado (or reciprocal) JW license. OSHA 30 certification a plus.
KEY SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES
Advanced understanding of construction scheduling, cost control and ability to supervise a minimum of five employees is essential.
Background check (if appropriate) , MVR and drug screen required (will vary by position). We are an equal opportunity employer. Minorities/Females/Disabled/Veterans. EEO/AAP