[Foreman] Project Foreman OM&M
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ONLY ACCEPTING CANDIDATES WHO ARE CURRENTLY IN THE MODESTO CA AREA, NO RELOCATION OR TRAVEL REIMBURSEMENT.
- 6 month contract to hire
- full time hours, 10 hours per day generally
- 100% health, vision and dental insurance.
- Highly competitive wage, reach out for more info.
Responsibilities Under general supervision, serves as lead person for field crew implementation of special assignments or sub-tasks related to the operation and maintenance of landfill gas collection or other environmental pollution control systems. Perform work in a professional, productive and safe manner. Continually strive to improve the Offices and ones own, health & safety performance. Adopt the principles of SCSs Safety Culture. Understand the Companys philosophy regarding behavior based safety and play a part in eliminating unsafe practices and conditions. Organizational Relationships Reports to the Project Manager or Project Superintendent. May supervise or otherwise be assisted by Field Technicians, Foreman, or Superintendents. Activities Oversees portions of larger construction projects including pipe fusion/installation, extraction well drilling and installation, construction of blower/flare station components, installation of pumps, sumps, etc. Assists in drilling operations. Assists in completing wells during drilling projects by lifting and carrying materials such as bentonite and gravel and placing or shoveling the materials into the drilled gas well. Enters excavations to fuse pipe, install gas system piping, and install leachate or condensate piping. Enters manholes, sumps, or other confined spaces to assist in the installation of new gas system or leachate/condensate system piping. Position Descriptions 0 9 /2009 2 Ownership Makes a Difference Assists in the repairs of leachate and condensate lines by cutting piping and/or removing or draining leachate or condensate liquids. Operates power saws and drills to connect and cut piping and wellheads, and to cut slots into new or existing gas system piping. Applies glues and primer to gas and leachate system piping to repair or connect piping. Operates heavy machinery such as rough terrain forklifts, excavators and backhoes to excavate and move landfill waste and soil for installation of gas system and leachate piping. Receives materials, maintains material inventory, prepares receiving reports, and reviews time cards and expense reports for assigned crew. Implements health and safety requirements and generates supporting documentation. Participates in the SAFE process by making observations and providing employee feedback. Maintains daily logs of project progress. Tracks and maintains construction equipment and tools. Calls off rental equipment when no longer needed. Field sampling of various test locations including wells, probes, headers, blowers, flares, pumps, etc. Data recording and analysis. Based on data review and consultation with supervisor, adjusts gas flow rates from wells, headers, and blowers (pumps). Operates and maintains various analytical equipment including calibration. Records and maintains daily field logs reporting data collected, field observations, actions taken, and recommended actions to be taken. Reports/consults with supervisor (and in some instances client) regarding field conditions and test results. Qualifications Five to eight years of operation and maintenance experience. Prior successful oversight of projects as a Foreman or Senior Field Technician. Comprehensive knowledge of excavation or pipe installation practices. Position Descriptions 0 9 /2009 3 Ownership Makes a Difference Ability to read and understand plans and specifications. 40 hour Health and Safety, 8 hour Management and Supervisor, OSHA 29 CFR 1910.120, Confined Space Entry, and Trenching Excavation Safety training. Meet physical requirements for driving (pick-up truck), walking inspections of improved and unimproved property, lifting and carrying equipment/mechanical components (up to 50 lbs. unassisted), hand excavation/digging (using shovels/picks), carrying and climbing ladders, operating and working from manlifts, operating electric tools, (drills, saws, etc.), using hand tools (screwdrivers, wrenches, hammers, etc.), and providing services under various weather conditions. See Table 1 for Physical Demands Evaluation.