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Field Execution Technical Lead Level's 1,2,3,4,5 (FETL) (Water Program)
Responsible for planning and executing project-related tasks and supporting field drilling, surface and groundwater monitoring, and chromium treatment crews. A background in Rotary Drilling field experience is highly preferred. Project Managers will work closely with all facets of the company to help ensure safe, efficient, and quality work throughout the company.
Job Duties and Responsibilities:
Responsible for management of drilling, surface and groundwater monitoring, and chromium treatment crews and work.
Serves as the technical liaison between the Project Manager and the subcontractor.
Serves as the project field execution technical point of contact for the subcontractors.
Serve as the Subcontractor Technical Representative (STR) for assigned subcontracts.
Using the Statement of Work developed by the Project Manager, work with the Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) to develop the environment, health and safety, quality and security requirements for the Request for Proposals and subsequent subcontract.
Coordinate subcontractor over sight and surveillance with program SMEs to ensure subcontractor compliance.
Along with the Subcontract Administrator is responsible for the proper and effective management of the subcontract and subcontractor.
Technical lead for subcontractor request for information, request for equitable adjustment and documented change order processes.
Approve dispatch documents for field and yard crews, and accounting department.
Obtain project specific documents (work orders, HASP, JSA, COI, city business licenses, etc.).
Daily crew and project scheduling.
Coordinate order inventory of supplies, tooling, and equipment.
Review of project invoicing.
Support project cost estimates and proposals.
Practice and enforce safe work techniques, safety policies, guidelines, and procedures, acting as site ESH & QA representative when ESH and QA personnel are not on site. Provide ESH and QA managers relevant documents in a timely manner for review.
Regular local travel required; some out of town travel may be required.
Perform other duties as assigned.
Skills and Qualifications:
Bachelor's degree in geosciences, engineering, environmental science, or related discipline required
3 years experience in the environmental and/or geotechnical industries
Knowledge and experience with Rotary drilling, site investigation, and remediation techniques preferred
Ability to manage and prioritize multiple projects
Desire and interest in supporting field staff and promoting a culture where quality work is a priority
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Experience with Microsoft Suite of applications (word, excel, etc.)