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If you are looking for a challenging and rewarding career in the construction industry, T-Ross Brothers Construction, Inc. may be the place for you.

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T-Ross Brothers Construction, Inc. is an EEO/Affirmative Action Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, disability or any other legally protected status.

In addition to our competitive pay, T-Ross Brothers Construction, Inc. proudly offers the following Employee Benefits Package:

  • Medical, Dental, Vision & Prescription Benefits
  • Group Life Insurance
  • Accident, Cancer, Critical Illness Insurance
  • Paid Time Off & Holidays
  • Personal Protective Equipment Allowance
  • Retirement Planning (401k & Employer Match)
  • Annual Company Events & Outings Incentive Bonus Programs

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Commercial/Residential Drywall Hanger and Finisher

Reporting Relationship – This position will report directly to the Project Foreman.
Supervisory Responsibilities – None

Skills and Duties:
• Performs all work in accordance to generally accepted safe work rules.
• Meets with Project Foreman and reviews site activities to determine any changes in operations as required. Implements and follows-through on such changes.
• Read blueprints/instructions and examine surfaces to determine the kind and amount of work necessary.
• Make on-site preparations such as building scaffolding or setting up ladders safely to perform tasks above ground level.
• Hang and install sheets of drywall.
• Shaping or cutting materials to specified measurements using hand and power tools.
• Able to wear stilts.
• Mixing appropriate mud and textures and application.
• Filling nail holes, cracks and joints with putty plaster.
• Construct, erect, install and repair structures and fixtures, using Drywall Hanger/Finisher’s hand and power tools.
• Prepare walls by sealing, repairing existing wall.
• Smoothing surfaces, using sandpaper, brushes or steel wool.
• Calculate costs and negotiate prices.
• Take and adhere to all health and safety precautions
• Responsible for promoting safe driving and providing proper care and maintenance of company truck.
• Supports company image for superior professionalism by keeping company vehicles and job sites in a clean and organized fashion.
• Responsible for work quality, completing contracted obligations, and maintaining call backs to acceptable levels as a responsible team member.
• Questions any directive that is not clear or is beyond his skill ability. Continuously strives to improve his skills and expand his capabilities.
• Uses the right tool for the task.
• Conducts all dealings on behalf of the company with the highest ethical standards and moral integrity to enhance its standing in the industry and in the community.
• Other duties as assigned.

Work Performance:
• Arrives on time and is not tardy for more than 3 times per year.
• Maintains a good attendance record and informs office of any absences in a timely manner.
• Uses all company owned equipment/tools in the proper manner and without unnecessary abuse.
• Follows instructions and works in such cooperative manner that promotes teamwork.
• Practices safe work habits and maintains good jobsite housekeeping.
• Produces quality work in a professional manner that enhances good customer relations.
• Participates in weekly toolbox meetings.
• Attends monthly safety meetings.

Other Qualifications:
• Maintains a complete set of carpenter tools in good working and operating condition.
• Proficient in the safe and efficient operation of power tools. Is comfortable with heights. Provides own hand tools.
• Able to push, pull and lift up to 100 lbs.

Experience:
• One to three years of related experience and/or training, or the equivalent combination of education and experience.
• High School Graduate or equivalent.


Commercial/Residential Painter

Reporting Relationship – This position will report directly to the Project Foreman.
Supervisory Responsibilities – None

Skills and Duties:
• Performs all work in accordance to generally accepted safe work rules.
• Meets with Project Foreman and reviews site activities to determine any changes in operations as required. Implements and follows-through on such changes.
• Read blueprints/instructions and examine surfaces to determine the kind and amount of work necessary.
• Make on-site preparations such as building scaffolding, covering fixtures etc.
• Prepare walls and other surfaces for painting by scraping, using sandpaper, removing old paint etc.
• Fill cracks and holes with appropriate material (e.g. plaster)
• Mix paint and other materials to prepare the right color or texture.
• Paint surfaces according to instructions with various tools.
• Apply paint and other finishes.
• Calculate costs and negotiate prices.
• Take and adhere to all health and safety precautions
• Responsible for promoting safe driving and providing proper care and maintenance of company truck.
• Supports company image for superior professionalism by keeping company vehicles and job sites in a clean and organized fashion.
• Responsible for work quality, completing contracted obligations, and maintaining call backs to acceptable levels as a responsible team member.
• Questions any directive that is not clear or is beyond his skill ability. Continuously strives to improve his skills and expand his capabilities.
• Uses the right tool for the task.
• Conducts all dealings on behalf of the company with the highest ethical standards and moral integrity to enhance its standing in the industry and in the community.
• Other duties as assigned.

Work Performance:
• Arrives on time and is not tardy for more than 3 times per year.
• Maintains a good attendance record and informs office of any absences in a timely manner.
• Uses all company owned equipment/tools in the proper manner and without unnecessary abuse.
• Follows instructions and works in such cooperative manner that promotes teamwork.
• Practices safe work habits and maintains good jobsite housekeeping.
• Produces quality work in a professional manner that enhances good customer relations.
• Participates in weekly toolbox meetings.
• Attends monthly safety meetings. Other Qualifications:
• Maintains a complete set of carpenter tools in good working and operating condition.
• Proficient in the safe and efficient operation of power tools. Is comfortable with heights. Provides own hand tools.
• Able to push, pull and lift up to 100 lbs.

Experience:
• One to three years of related experience and/or training, or the equivalent combination of education and experience.
• High School Graduate or equivalent.


Construction Manager

Reporting Relationship – The Construction Manager will report directly to the Vice President of Operations.
Supervisory Responsibilities – Manages all field personnel assigned to the project. Is responsible for the overall direction, coordination and evaluation of these employees. Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization’s policies and applicable laws.

Goal – The Construction Manager will directly oversee the implementation of best practices in the field with the aim of enhancing operational effectiveness.
• To increase overall performance and quality of projects while decreasing lost labor, material and equipment.
• Oversee construction on all projects by visiting each project weekly or bi-weekly, and provide a daily report to the Vice President of Operations, Scheduler and Human Resources.
• Make sure each project has been turned over to the proper site manager and all paperwork has been completed by each Foreman/Superintendent and turned over to the Scheduler, (copies of proposal, contract), (list of sub-contractors and supplies), required manpower, (on-site general condition items):
                                    ✓ Signage
                                   ✓ Trailer
                                   ✓ Equipment
                                   ✓ Portable Toilets
                                   ✓ Safety Items
                                   ✓ Required federal and state posters

• Verify all projects are planned properly.
• Constant monitoring of overall morale.
• Monitor and maintain operational compliance; enforces best practices and standard operating procedures are being followed.
• Implements directives to subordinates outlining policy, program or operational changes.
• Ensures and monitors compliance with all OSHA and company safety policies and procedures, and holds those accountable for non-compliance.
• Work with Human Resources if disciplinary actions need to be followed.
• Monitor and report manpower/labor capabilities and short comings.
• Development of a reporting system to monitor and record such information.
• Assist in development or the purchase of a manpower program to forecast manpower/labor needs.
• As part of the team, assist in reporting information and capabilities of individual team members to help assist with building and training our team of employees to grow our efficiencies, quality and customer satisfaction.
• May assist in hiring, qualify, train and reward team members.
• Strong organizational skills and time management.
• Ability to communicate with project owner, discussing project progress and answering questions, and always keeping the Company in a positive position to the owner and his representatives.
• Meets with Project Manager as needed to review the scope of work for each new job.
• Has a strong level of ability in reading and understanding construction drawings and specifications, and is able to facilitate building construction while following the specific drawings and specifications.
• Resolve conflicts or miscommunication that may happen on-site quickly and amicably.
• Develops and maintains operational lines of communication to facilitate efficiency. Acts in a way that promotes teamwork among colleagues and management staff.
• Acts in a way that promotes organization in the workplace.
• Develops and maintains good customer relations.
• Other duties as assigned by the Vice President of Operations.

Work Performance:
• Can consistently run multiple projects with little guidance.
• Projects are always done with high quality and stay within budget and time constraints.
• Serves as a role model and resource for all team members.
• Effectively manages personnel.
• Completes all required paperwork accurately and timely.
• Ensures that the quality of the work meets Company standards.
• Implements and enforces the jobsite safety program to maintain EMR rating at an acceptable level.
• Conducts and assists in the annual performance reviews of subordinate employees.
• Ensures that good housekeeping is maintained on the jobsite.
• Participates in weekly toolbox meeting


Electrician

Job Description Summary: The Electrician is responsible for the electrical installation in commercial and residential projects, maintaining, troubleshooting and repairing electrical systems.
Reporting Relationship: The Electrician reports directly to the Construction Manager.
Supervisory Responsibilities: There are no supervisory responsibilities for this position at this time.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
• Able to read and interpret documents and blueprints.
• Assemble, install and test, electrical wiring and equipment, using hand tools and power tools.
• Diagnose malfunctioning systems, apparatus, and components, using test equipment and hand tools, to locate the cause of a breakdown and correct the problem.
• Connect wires to circuit breakers, transformers, or other components. Inspect electrical systems, equipment, and components to identify hazards, defects, and the need for and to ensure compliance with codes.
• Test electrical systems and continuity of circuits in electrical wiring, equipment, and fixtures, using testing devices such as ohmmeters, voltmeters, and oscilloscopes, to ensure compatibility and safety of system.
• Plan layout and installation of electrical wiring, equipment and fixtures, based on job specifications and local codes.
• Direct and train workers to install, maintain, or repair electrical wiring, equipment, and fixtures.
• Follow blueprints to determine the location of wiring and equipment and to ensure conformance to building and safety codes.
• Use a variety of tools and equipment such as power construction equipment, measuring devices, power tools, and testing equipment including oscilloscopes, ammeters, and test lamps.
• Install ground leads and connect power cabling
• Perform business management duties such as maintaining records and files, preparing reports and ordering supplies and equipment.
• Repair or replace wiring, equipment, and fixtures, using hand tools and power tools.
• Work from ladders and scaffolds, to install or repair electrical wiring, equipment, and fixtures.
• Construct and fabricate parts, using hand tools and specifications.
• Perform physically demanding tasks, such as digging trenches to lay conduit and moving and lifting heavy objects.
• Practices safe work habits and maintains good jobsite housekeeping.
• Follows company and OSHA safety procedures.
• Promotes teamwork that increases productivity and efficiency.
• Able to push, pull and lift up to 100 pounds.
• All other duties as assigned. Work Performance: The Electrician will be evaluated specifically on the following factors:
• Follow directions.
• Practices good customer relations and has good communication skills.
• Work quality meets or exceeds the Company’s standards.
• Continually strives to improve skills.
• Maintains a good attendance record throughout the year.

Experience & Qualifications:
• Understanding of electrical codes.
• High School graduate or equivalent.
• Minimum 3-5 years’ exp

General Laborer

Reporting Relationship: Laborers report directly to the Project Foreman.
Supervisory Responsibilities: There are no supervisory responsibilities for this position at this time.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
• Performs all work in accordance to generally accepted safe work rules. Attends weekly safety meetings.
• Meets with Project Foreman and reviews site activities to determine any changes in operations as required. Implements and follows-through on such changes.
• Performs job tasks in an efficient manner as directed through the effective use of labor, equipment, and materials.
• Assists with loading of all materials and equipment necessary for job starts and jobs in progress in accordance to established inventory control procedures.
• Responsible for promoting safe driving and providing proper care and maintenance of company truck.
• Supports company image for superior professionalism by keeping company vehicles and job sites in a clean and organized fashion.
• Responsible for work quality, completing contracted obligations, and maintaining call backs to acceptable levels as a responsible team member.
• Questions any directive that is not clear or is beyond his skill ability. Continuously strives to improve his skills and expand his capabilities.
• Uses the right tool for the task.
• Conducts all dealings on behalf of the company with the highest ethical standards and moral integrity to enhance its standing in the industry and in the community.
• Practices safe work habits and maintains good jobsite housekeeping.
• Other duties as assigned. Work Performance:
• Arrives on time and is not tardy for more than 3 times per year.
• Maintains a good attendance record and informs office of any absences in a timely manner.
• Uses all company owned equipment/tools in the proper manner and without unnecessary abuse.
• Follows instructions and works in such cooperative manner that promotes teamwork.
• Practices safe work habits and maintains good jobsite housekeeping.
• Produces quality work in a professional manner that enhances good customer relations.
• Participates in weekly toolbox meetings
• Attends monthly safety meetings

Experience & Qualifications:
• One to three years of related experience and/or training, or the equivalent combination of education and experience.
• High School Graduate or Equivalent
• Maintains a complete set of carpenter tools in good working and operating condition.
• Proficient in the safe and efficient operation of power tools. Is comfortable with heights. Provides own hand tools.
• Able to push, pull and lift, up to 75 lbs.

Commercial Construction Superintendent

Reporting Relationship: The Superintendent will report directly to the assigned Project Manager and Construction Manager.
Supervisory Responsibilities: Manages all field personnel assigned to the project. Is responsible for the overall direction, coordination and evaluation of these employees. Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization’s policies and applicable laws. Responsibilities also include planning, assigning and directing work; appraising performance; addressing complaints and resolving problems. The termination of all employees is handled by the Company. Those employees in direct violation of company policy and procedures may be removed from the job site by the Superintendent with the authorization of the Director of Human Resources.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
• Strong organizational skills and time management.
• Oversees, directs and coordinates all aspects of the completion of construction projects from start to finish.
• Reviews all plans and specifications for constructability and construction schedules, and advise the project team of issues or deficiencies.
• Prepare, manage and update the detailed project schedule with sequence and activity duration on a regular basis.
• Schedule and conduct all project start up meetings with sub-contractors.
• Establish the Punchlist process and close-out procedures with the Project Manager.
• Maintain a zero Punchlist.
• Schedules and procures tools and equipment necessary for the project.
• Manages, coordinates and supervises subcontractors, keeping track of each contractor’s activities verbally and through written documentation.
• Ability to communicate with project owner, discussing project progress and answering questions, and always keeping the Company in a positive position to the owner and his representatives
• Meets with Project Manager as needed to review the scope of work for each new job. Keeps the Project Manager apprised of the status of any assigned job in progress.
• Determines manpower, materials, and equipment needed to complete each phase of job in an efficient manner in conjunction with assigned Project Manager. Notifies Project Manager of any shortages or slippage in the schedule that will negatively impact final job completion and/or job costs.
• Coordinates job site operations to facilitate attaining job budgets, tracking costs and labor hours with efficient use, and scheduling of manpower, materials, equipment, and subcontractors while maintaining satisfactory customer relations.
• Has a strong level of ability in reading and understanding construction drawings and specifications, and is able to facilitate building construction while following the specific drawings and specifications.
• Identifies areas in which reductions or efficiencies can be made and implements appropriate actions. Implements any corrective action as may be directed by assigned Project Manager, and compiles information for Project Manager to complete change orders.
• Participates in weekly monthly margin review process with Project Manager.
• Implements directives to subordinates outlining policy, program or operational changes.
• Responsible for the successful completion of each job per contract requirements and within estimated profit projections. Develops specific strategies to accomplish job goals and objectives. Seeks additional support from assigned Project Manager as needed.
• Delegate responsibilities and individual projects to the team and/or subcontractors. • Resolve conflicts or miscommunication that may happen on-site quickly and amicably.
• Responsible for work quality, completing contracted obligations, and maintaining call backs to acceptable levels (includes subcontractors).
• Initiates additional work orders (change orders) and procures written verification from the customer prior to work commencing and/or secures approval from the office.
• Completes daily report(s) and other necessary paperwork according to company procedure.
• Oversee and ensure all safety rules are being followed. Promotes safe driving, operating, and providing proper maintenance of company owned/leased equipment. Ensures the proper operation, maintenance, and security of all equipment on the jobsites.
• Monitors standard operational and working practices and supervises workers to ensure compliance with company and OSHA safety standards.
• Maintains good housekeeping on job site and within job trailer.
• Develops and maintains operational lines of communication to facilitate efficiency. Acts in a way that promotes teamwork among colleagues and management staff.
• Strives to improve skills continuously. Takes advantage of company offered training sessions or other outside learning sources.
• Acts in a way that promotes organization in the workplace.
• Develops and maintains good customer relations.
• Mentor, manage and train new employees.
• Promotes teamwork that increases productivity and efficiency.
• Other duties as assigned by the Project Manager.

Work Performance: The Commercial Construction Superintendent will be evaluated specifically on the following factors:
• Can consistently run multiple projects with little guidance.
• Projects are always done with high quality and stay within budget and time constraints.
• Serves as a role model and resource for all team members.
• Effectively manages personnel.
• Completes all required paperwork accurately and timely.
• Maintains per job costs not to exceed 3% of estimated figures while attaining timely completion.
• Recognizes potential cost overruns and takes appropriate corrective action to minimize the impact of the overrun.
• Ensures that the quality of the work meets company standards. Updated:
• Implements and enforces the jobsite safety program to maintain EMR rating at an acceptable level.
• Assists assigned Project Manager with accurate monthly margin reviews of on-going projects on a timely basis.
• Conducts annual performance review of subordinate employees within two weeks of due date.
• Ensures that good housekeeping is maintained on the jobsite.
• Maintaining good customer relations.
• Participates in weekly toolbox meetings.
• Attends monthly safety meetings.
• Able to lift, push and pull up to 75 pounds.

Experience/Qualifications:
• Minimum of 10 years of experience in the construction industry as a site manager.
• Minimum of 5 years of experience as a Superintendent with a general contractor of commercial building projects with abilities to start and complete large/complex projects with minimal assistance and supervision.
• Proficient with Microsoft Office and usage of a Smart Phone.
• OSHA 30 certification preferred or minimum OSAH 10.

Commercial Construction Foreman

Reporting Relationship: The Project Foreman will report directly to the assigned Project Manager.
Supervisory Responsibilities: Manages all field personnel assigned to work on his job. Is responsible for the overall direction, coordination and evaluation of these employees. Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization’s policies and applicable laws. Responsibilities also include planning, assigning and directing work; appraising performance; addressing complaints and resolving problems.

The termination of all employees is handled by the Company. Those employees in direct violation of company policy and procedures may be removed from the job site by the Foreman.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
• Meets with Project Manager as needed to review the scope of work for each new job. Apprises assigned Project Manager of the status of any assigned job in progress.
• Determines manpower, materials, and equipment needed to complete each phase of job in an efficient manner in conjunction with assigned Project Manager. Notifies Project Manager of any shortages or slippage in the schedule that will negatively impact final job completion and/or job costs.
• Coordinates job site operations to facilitate attaining job budgets with efficient use and scheduling of manpower, materials, equipment, and subcontractors while maintaining satisfactory customer relations.
• Identifies areas in which reductions or efficiencies can be made and implements appropriate actions. Implements any corrective action as may be directed by assigned Project Manager.
• Participates in monthly margin review process with Project Manager.
• Implements directives to subordinates outlining policy, program or operational changes.
• Responsible for the successful completion of each job per contract requirements and within estimated profit projections. Develops specific strategies to accomplish job goals and objectives. Seeks additional support from assigned Project Manager as needed.
• Delegate responsibilities and individual projects to the crew.
• Resolve conflicts or miscommunication that may happen on-site quickly and amicably.
• Responsible for work quality, completing contracted obligations, and maintaining call backs to acceptable levels (includes subcontractors’ work, too).
• Initiates additional work orders (change orders) and procures written verification from the customer prior to work commencing and/or secures approval from the office.
• Completes daily report(s) and other necessary paperwork according to company procedure.
• Oversee and ensure all safety rules are being followed. Promotes safe driving, operating, and providing proper maintenance of company owned/leased equipment. Ensures the proper operation, maintenance, and security of all equipment on the jobsites.
• Develops and maintains operational lines of communication to facilitate efficiency. Acts in a way that promotes teamwork among colleagues and management staff.
• Monitors standard operational and working practices and supervises workers to ensure compliance with company and OSHA safety standards. Maintains good housekeeping on job site.
• Strives to improve skills continuously. Takes advantage of company offered training sessions or other outside learning sources.
• Acts in a way that promotes organization in the workplace.
• Develops and maintains good customer relations.
• Follows company and OSHA safety procedures.
• Promotes teamwork that increases productivity and efficiency.
• Other duties as assigned by the Project Manager.
• All other duties that may be assigned.

Work Performance: The Commercial Construction Foreman will be evaluated specifically on the following factors:
• Completes all required paperwork accurately and timely.
• Maintains per job costs not to exceed 3% of estimated figures while attaining timely completion. Recognizes potential cost overruns early and takes appropriate corrective action to minimize the impact of the overrun.
• Ensures that the quality of the work meets Company standards.
• Implements and enforces the jobsite safety program to maintain EMR rating at an acceptable level.
• Assists assigned Project Manager with accurate monthly margin reviews of on-going projects on a timely basis.
• Conducts annual performance review of subordinate employees within two weeks of due date.
• Ensures that good housekeeping is maintained on the jobsite.
• Maintaining good customer relations.
• Participates in weekly toolbox meetings.
• Attends monthly safety meetings.

Experience & Qualifications:
• Minimum of 8 years of experience in construction industry with at least 5 years of direct industry. 3 years of previous supervisory experience is desirable.
• High School graduate or equivalent.
• Ability to manage all types of people and maximizes use of all people assets. Excellent skills in dealing with a variety of customers. Able to understand and interpret a variety of blueprints. Excellent carpentry skills and good mechanical aptitude.

Crane Operator

Reporting Relationship: To be determined.
Supervisory Responsibilities: There are no supervisory responsibilities for this position at this time.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
• Use effective verbal and written communication skills. Add, subtract, multiply and divide whole numbers and fractions.
• Plan and lay-out for crane operators work.
• Read and understand plans, specifications, operators’ manuals, safety manuals, and load capacity charts. Visualize two dimensional drawings in three dimensions. Fill out OSHA approved Mobile Crane Periodic Safety Inspection Record daily.
• Examine/inspect field conditions and identify problems and cost saving measures that arise or that may be encountered. Take corrective actions as needed.
• Observe functioning of equipment or systems to determine hazards and need for adjustments, repair or replacement.
• Move in and around confined and cluttered places, and uneven areas. Full range of motion and flexibility.
• Operators must be thoroughly familiar with crane control functions. Operate crane to lift and move materials and other objects; plan all lifts; proper use of capacity charts; perform daily equipment inspection; respond accordingly to both hand and verbal commands; observe the travel of all loads and take appropriate action to avoid injury to personnel or damage to property; listen to warning alarms and respond accordingly; read boom angle and drum rotation indicators.
• Identify safety hazards you or other employees may be subject to and take all necessary corrective action to eliminate or minimize hazards.
• Understand and respond appropriately to all safety hazards and warning devices (i.e. back-up alarms, smell of smoke, different colored warning tags, warning sirens).
• Produce quality work, meeting requirements of plans, specifications and industry standards.
• Be motivated and work productively.
• Document maintenance in appropriate logs on assigned equipment. Perform all required inspections of equipment and document results in the appropriate log.
• Perform all other job-related duties as requested by supervisor.
• Perform all other actions necessary to accomplish the foregoing essential job functions.
• Coordinate work with other crafts and co-workers on the job.
• Monitors standard operational and working practices and supervises oneself and other workers to ensure compliance with the Company’s safety policies and procedures and OSHA industry standards.
• Attend the Company’s safety meetings and mandatory training classes to assist in the training of other employees.
• Strives to improve skills continuously.
• Acts in a way that promotes the Company in the marketplace.
• Able to push, pull and lift up to 75lbs.
• Develops and maintains good relations with outside vendors that benefit the Company.
• All other duties that may be assigned.

Experience & Qualifications:
• Minimum of 3 years of experience in operating a crane.
• High School graduate or equivalent.
• Class A CDL
• NCCCO Certification

Fleet Maintenance Manager

Reporting Relationship: The Fleet Maintenance Manager reports directly to the Scheduler.
Supervisory Responsibilities: Responsible for the overall direction, coordination, motivation, and evaluation of all subordinate employees in his/her area. Carries out any supervisory responsibilities in accordance to the organization’s policies and applicable laws. Responsibilities also include planning, assigning and directing work; appraising performance; addressing complaints and resolving problems.

The termination of all employees is handled by the Company. The Fleet Maintenance Manager shall immediately report any employees who are in direct violation of company policy and procedures to the Director of Human Resources for further discipline.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
• Be able to perform vehicle and equipment maintenance and repairs on all company vehicles and heavy-duty and hydraulic equipment.
• Computer knowledge and especially able to work with diagnostic repairs.
• Coordinates shop operations to facilitate attaining projected operating costs and budgets while maintaining a satisfactory equipment maintenance program. • Develops and maintains appropriate preventative maintenance programs. Develops an annual capital expenditure forecast as relates to scheduled maintenance and repair of equipment and facilities.
• Troubleshoots and performs cost estimates of maintenance and repairs to determine most cost effective method based on skills, abilities, and workload of in-house labor force. Defines specifications and solicits competitive bids from outside vendors on as needed basis.
• Meets with Construction Manager and/or Project Managers as needed to review the equipment requirements for jobs in progress and new job starts. Apprises Construction Manager and/or Project Manager of the status of any equipment repair job in progress or scheduled maintenance that affects their equipment needs.
• Determines parts, and equipment needed to complete equipment repairs in an efficient manner in conjunction with the mechanics.
• Responsible for work quality, completing repairs as quickly as practical, and maintaining down time caused by faulty repairs to within acceptable levels.
• Coordinates and organizes equipment rentals to ensure that the company’s usage is efficient and cost effective. Periodically inspects rentals to ensure they are properly maintained.
• Implements directives to subordinates outlining policy, program or operational changes.
• Maintains accurate and current repair records of each piece of equipment. Uses the Company’s maintenance records and manufacturer’s information to help determine the extent of repairs to the equipment based on the value and expected life of such equipment.
• Develops and maintains operational lines of communication to facilitate efficiency. Acts in a way that promotes teamwork among colleagues and management staff.
• Monitors standard operational and working practices and supervises workers to ensure compliance with company and OSHA safety standards.
• Strives to improve skills continuously. Takes advantage of company offered training sessions or other outside learning sources. Keeps abreast of technological advances and latest repair techniques.
• Works with Tool and Equipment Manager to maintain visual appeal of shop, building, and grounds to the Company’s quality standards and within budget constraints
• Acts in a way that promotes the Company in the marketplace.
• Develops and maintains good relations with outside vendors that benefit the Company.
• All other duties as assigned.

Work Performance: The Fleet Maintenance Manager will be evaluated specifically on the following factors:
• Develops and maintains a preventative maintenance program that includes up to date historical repair records for each piece of equipment. Is able to determine the extent of any repair based on current value and useful life.
• Implements and enforces safety programs in his/her area to comply with OSHA regulations.
• Ensures that company resources are utilized in an efficient manner.
• Ensures that there is an adequately trained labor force to meet the needs of the business.
• Conducts verbal and written performance reviews of all immediate subordinate employees on an annual basis and within two weeks of the due date.
• Acts in a way that promotes the company in the marketplace.

Experience & Qualifications:
• High School graduate or equivalent.
• Minimum of 5 years of experience in repairing a variety of heavy equipment.
• At least 5 years of supervisory experience in a similar work environment.
• Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of situations and problems concurrently. Ability to manage all types of people and maximize use of all people assets. Excellent skills in dealing with a variety of customers.
• Able to understand and interpret a variety of repair and parts manuals. Excellent mechanical aptitude on a variety of heavy equipment. Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished– written, oral, diagram, or schedule form.
• Class A CDL with clean driving record.
• Inspection license preferred.

Excavation Foreman

Reporting Relationship: The Excavation Foreman will report directly to the Construction Manager.
Supervisory Responsibilities: Manages heavy equipment operators assigned to work on a job. Is responsible for the overall direction, coordination and evaluation of these employees. Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization’s policies and applicable laws. Responsibilities also include planning, assigning and directing work; appraising performance; addressing complaints and resolving problems.

The termination of all employees is handled by the Company. Those employees in direct violation of company policy and procedures may be removed from the job site by the Foreman.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
• Other duties may be assigned.
• Ability to run excavation projects in Central Pennsylvania with use of excavators, dozers, compact track loaders, dump trucks, etc.
• Lead operational aspects of a work team and train team members to complete projects within stated timeframe.
• Ability to interpret all aspects of landscaping and grading plans and read blueprints and elevations correctly.
• Ability to participate in snow/ice management during winter months.
• Follows company and OSHA safety procedures.
• Ensure jobsite safety.
• Complete administrative duties as they arise.
• Ensure customer satisfaction above all else – only the highest quality of work is acceptable.
• Ability to interact with and communicate with clients in a polite and professional manner.
• Push, pull and lift up to 75lbs. Work Performance: The Excavation Foreman will be evaluated specifically on the following factors:
• Completes all required paperwork accurately and timely.
• Maintains per job costs of estimated figures while attaining timely completion. Recognizes potential cost overruns early and takes appropriate corrective action to minimize the impact of the overrun.
• Ensures that the quality of the work meets Company standards.
• Implements and enforces the jobsite safety program to maintain EMR rating at an acceptable level.
• Assists assigned Project Manager with accurate monthly margin reviews of on-going projects on a timely basis.
• Conducts annual performance review of subordinate employees within two weeks of due date.
• Ensures that good housekeeping is maintained on the jobsite.
• Maintaining good customer relations.
• Oversee and ensure all safety rules are being followed.
• Promotes safe driving, operating, and providing proper maintenance of company owned/leased equipment.
• Ensures the proper operation, maintenance, and security of all equipment on the jobsites.
• Monitors standard operational and working practices and supervises workers to ensure compliance with company and OSHA safety standards.
• Maintains good housekeeping on job site.
• Participates in weekly toolbox meetings.
• Attends monthly safety meetings.
• Maintains a valid CDL and medical certificate.

Experience & Qualifications:
• CDL Driver’s License
• High School Diploma
• Minimum of 5 year of driving experience and equipment operating.

Carpenter 1

Reporting Relationship: The Carpenter I reports directly to the Project Foreman.
Supervisory Responsibilities: There are no supervisory responsibilities for this position at this time.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
• Is able to work efficiently in a crew.
• Can adequately perform the basics of rough framing, sheeting, drywall, roofing and siding.
• Works within the limits of a carpentry crew.

Work Performance: The Carpenter I will be evaluated specifically on the following factors:
• Follow directions and is able to work with little supervision.
• Works at a productive rate while complying with the Company’s safety rules.
• Practices good customer relations and has good communication skills.
• Work quality meets or exceeds the Company’s standards.
• Continually strives to improve skills.
• Maintains a good attendance record throughout the year.
• Practices safe work habits and maintains good jobsite housekeeping.
• Able to push, pull and lift up to 75lbs.
• Other duties as assigned.

Experience & Qualifications: • Maintains a set of basic carpenter tools in good working and operating condition. • Minimum of two (2) years field construction experience as a Carpenter, Carpenter Helper or Laborer. Field experience to include a variety of carpentry work on residential, commercial and industrial projects.

Heavy Equipment Operator

Reporting Relationship: The Heavy Equipment Operator reports directly to the Scheduling Manager.
Supervisory Responsibilities: There are no supervisory responsibilities for this position at this time.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
• Operates heavy equipment of various sizes in a safe and effective manner.
• Follows company and OSHA safety procedures.
• Performs routine inspection and preventive maintenance on equipment and reports defects needed repairs to the foreman and/or superintendent.
• Ensures compliance with company control standards and procedures.
• Perform manual labor such as digging, shoveling, assisting with placement of pipe and material or other manual labor duties as assigned.
• Proactively communicates with foreman, superintendent and coworkers.
• Promotes teamwork that increases productivity and efficiency.
• Performs miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned.
• Other duties as they are assigned.

Experience & Qualifications:
• 1 Year of heavy equipment operating experience.
• Must have a CDL
• 5 year driving and equipment operating experience
• Having customer service skills.
• Being self-motivated.
• Having good communication skills.
• Being able to work independently.
• Having interpersonal skills.
• Being responsible.
• Having good knowledge of roads.
• Being able to work under pressure.
• Having good work ethic.
• Being able to read customer orders and follow safety regulations.
• Use of cell phones and/or any other personal electronic devices while driving is prohibited
• Smoking is strictly prohibited inside the trucks.

Metal Roof Installer

Reporting Relationship: The Metal Roof Installer reports directly to the Project Foreman.
Supervisory Responsibilities:
There are no supervisory responsibilities for this position. In the event of an absent Project Foreman, Assistant Foreman responsibilities will need to be followed.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
• Is able to work efficiently in a crew.
• Can adequately perform the basics of demolition, roof sheet installs, and trims.
• Works within the limits of Bend Fab crew.
• Has the basic ability to read and understand construction drawings and schedules to complete roofing and finishing tasks.
• Operate the Schlebach slasher, Schlebach Quadro roll former, and Bjorns brake.
• Install roofing that is plumb, level and true.
• Install valley flashing, including hanging valleys, chimney flashing, roof to roof and roof to wall flashings.
• Install finish work that is both clean and true.
• Install other forms of roofing that might coincide with Bend Fab metal roofing, shingles, slate, and rubber.
• Works within the limits of a roofing crew and can complete individual tasks under supervision.
• Has a strong level of ability in reading and understanding construction drawings and schedules to complete roofing and accessory installation.
• Has the ability to schedule material and labor on a daily basis to maintain production of a 3 to 5- person crew.
• Understands and completes all necessary paperwork to maintain a small crew or run a small project.
• Has the ability to instruct and train lesser-qualified workers in a crew.
• Possess the technical ability to complete all phases of construction work related to the roofing field.
• Runs a roofing crew within the limits of a larger project or functions at a high level, independently without supervision.
• Practices safe work habits and maintains good jobsite housekeeping.
• Able to push, pull and lift up to 75lbs.
• Other duties as assigned.

Work Performance: The Metal Roof Installer will be evaluated specifically on the following factors:
• Follow directions and is able to supervise a 3 to 5-person crew.
• Less than 2% of all work put in place requires corrective measures.
• Works at a productive rate and can maintain the production of a crew while complying with the Company’s safety rules.
• Practices good customer relations and has good communication skills.
• Work quality meets or exceeds the Company’s standards.
• Continually strives to improve skills.
• Maintains a good attendance record throughout the year.

Experience & Qualifications:
• Minimum of six (6) years of either field experience or a 2 year degree from a technical school and 4 years of field experience.
• Has completed one (1) full year of employment with TRB
• Maintains a complete set of tools in good working and operating condition.
• Able to program and run Bend Fab slitter and Bjorns brake.
• Able to program and run Schlebach Quadro roll former.
• Able to trouble shoot roll former, break, and slitter.

Sales/Estimator & Project Manager

Job Description Summary: This position provides the necessary estimating, sales, and project management functions of assigned projects for the company. Implements appropriate sales strategies and tactics that lead to a favorable position for the Company. Serves as Project Manager on all successful bids and is responsible for the financial performance of those assigned jobs.
Reporting Relationship:
The Sales/Estimator and Project Manager reports directly to the President. Supervisory Responsibilities: None directly as Sales/Estimator. As Project Manager, manages any Project Superintendents/Foremen assigned to work on his jobs in conjunction with the Construction Manager. Carries out any supervisory responsibilities in accordance to the organization’s policies and applicable laws. Responsibilities also include planning, assigning and directing work; appraising performance; addressing complaints and resolving problems. The termination of all employees is handled by the Company. The Project Manager shall immediately report any employees who are in direct violation of company policy and procedures to the Construction Manager for further discipline.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
• Other duties may be assigned.
• Makes it well understood that the customer is the first priority and acts in such way to support that priority to maximize the benefit to the company.
• Conducts all dealings on behalf of the company with the highest ethical standards and moral integrity.
• Maintains proper lines of communication throughout the organization to promote a teamwork atmosphere.
• Maintains professional manner and demeanor with appropriate actions.
• Adheres to the Company’s safety policies and procedures and OSHA regulations using best practices.
• Promotes and enforces the Company’s safety requirements as required by OSHA regulations while on each job site. Sales/Estimating:
• Acts as primary Sales/Estimator for targeted customers and on targeted projects.
• Performs the estimating, value engineering, and selling of design/build projects.
• Plans, develops, and implements specific sales strategies in conjunction with the President that maximizes the benefits to the Company to ensure that sales goals are met.
• Solicits enough bid activity to support the attainment of new order and sales goal.
• Solicits and documents prices from material and equipment vendors as required.
• Makes appropriate notations regarding product availability, etc. and includes any appropriate exclusions or conditions in the bid proposal.
• Utilizes information extracted from vendors to assess the competitive situation of the bid and informs the President of such.
• Reviews specifications, conducts, and documents detailed and accurate take-offs according to the specifications.
• Obtains approval of any unusual or high-risk requirements with President prior to developing the final cost estimate.
• Keeps abreast of new products, cost benefits, and incorporates into projects to maximize the benefit to Company.
• Analyzes actual field productivity as compared to estimated productivity and adjusts estimating rates accordingly.
• Reviews all estimates in excess of $500,000 with President prior to customer submittal.
• Ensures that all price quotations are submitted to customers on a timely basis (per customer requirements).
• Ensures that final contract between T-Ross Brothers and owner protects the interests of TRB.

Project Management:
• Acts as main liaison between Company and customer from initial contact and after award of contract through to job completion and warranty duration.
• Develops and maintains good customer relations and ensures the customer is left with a positive lasting impression.
• Issues contracts to subcontractors and purchase orders to vendors that protect the interests of T-Ross Brothers while ensuring that contract obligations are met.
• Manages the submittal process.
• Provides direct on-going support from initial planning throughout job duration and assists the Project Superintendents/Foremen with change orders, schedule updates, costs to date, estimated costs to complete, etc. on an as needed basis.
• Develops specific strategies with job Project Foremen to maintain budgetary requirements and organizational objectives.
• Responsible for the successful completion of each job within profit projections.
• Conducts formal monthly margin review process with Project Foremen and submits estimated final costs of each assigned project to Bookkeeper in timely manner.
• Ensures that Project Foremen are enforcing safety standards and high-quality work standards on assigned projects.
• Ensures accurate and timely billing of all contracts and change/additional work orders in conjunction with the Bookkeeper. Settles all disputed invoices in a timely manner.
• Manages final close out of designated projects. Work Performance: The Sales/Estimator and Project Manager will be evaluated specifically on the following factors:
• Ensures that the project paper trail from start to finish minimizes the risk and protects the interests of the company.
• Maintains as sold gross margin sales goals to within at least 90% of estimated forecast figures on a quarterly and annual basis.
• Maintains excellent customer relations and corporate image and leaves customers with a positive last impression.
• Develops cost estimates that have an accuracy rating of 98% based on specifications and actual job conditions.
• Establishes Schedule of Values to enable the project to be in an overbilled status until at least 90% complete and meets billing schedule requirements each month.
• Provides proper support to field operations throughout project duration.
• Conducts accurate monthly margin reviews of assigned jobs with Project Foremen and submits to Bookkeeper in timely manner.

Experience & Qualifications:

Education:
• Bachelor’s Degree (BA) in a business, engineering, or marketing discipline from an accredited four-year college or university is desirable. Four years of project management experience may be substituted for college. Experience:
• Minimum 10 years of experience in construction industry with at least 7 years of direct industry experience. At least 3 years of project management experience and at least 3 years of estimating experience in the building industry, or the equivalent combination of education and experience. Communication:
• Able to read, analyze and interpret plans and specifications, blueprints, and trade journals. Able to write clear, concise reports, proposals, business correspondence and procedures. Able to interpret a variety of instructions furnished– written, oral, diagram or schedule form.
• Able to effectively present information and respond to questions from managers, customers, vendors and the general public. Able to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of variables in situations where only limited standardization exists.
• Ability to manage all types of people and maximize use of all people assets.
• Utilizes effective negotiating and persuasion skills.

Commercial Steel Sales/Estimator & Project Manager

Job Description Summary: The Commercial Steel Project Manager/Sales Estimator is responsible for implementing appropriate sales strategies and tactics that lead to a favorable position for the Company. Along with sales estimating, this position serves as a Project Manager on all successful bids and is responsible for the financial performance of those assigned jobs.

Reporting Relationship: The Sales/Estimator and Project Manager reports directly to the Vice President of Development. Supervisory Responsibilities: None directly as Sales/Estimator. As Project Manager, manages any Project Superintendents/Foremen assigned to work on his jobs in conjunction with the Construction Manager. Carries out any supervisory responsibilities in accordance to the organization’s policies and applicable laws. Responsibilities also include planning, assigning and directing work; appraising performance; addressing complaints and resolving problems.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
• Other duties may be assigned.
• Makes it well understood that the customer is the first priority and acts in such way to support that priority to maximize the benefit to the company.
• Conducts all dealings on behalf of the company with the highest ethical standards and moral integrity.
• Maintains proper lines of communication throughout the organization to promote a teamwork atmosphere.
• Maintains professional manner and demeanor with appropriate actions.
• Adheres to the Company’s safety policies and procedures and OSHA regulations using best practices.
• Promotes and enforces the Company’s safety requirements as required by OSHA regulations while on each job site. Sales/Estimating:
• Acts as primary Sales/Estimator for targeted customers and on targeted projects.
• Performs the estimating, value engineering, and selling of design/build projects.
• Plans, develops, and implements specific sales strategies in conjunction with the President that maximizes the benefits to the Company to ensure that sales goals are met.
• Solicits enough bid activity to support the attainment of new order and sales goal.
• Solicits and documents prices from material and equipment vendors as required.
• Makes appropriate notations regarding product availability, etc. and includes any appropriate exclusions or conditions in the bid proposal.
• Utilizes information extracted from vendors to assess the competitive situation of the bid and informs the President of such.
• Reviews specifications, conducts, and documents detailed and accurate take-offs according to the specifications.
• Obtains approval of any unusual or high-risk requirements with President prior to developing the final cost estimate.
• Keeps abreast of new products, cost benefits, and incorporates into projects to maximize the benefit to Company.
• Analyzes actual field productivity as compared to estimated productivity and adjusts estimating rates accordingly.
• Reviews all estimates in excess of $500,000 with President prior to customer submittal.
• Ensures that all price quotations are submitted to customers on a timely basis (per customer requirements).
• Ensures that final contract between T-Ross Brothers and owner protects the interests of TRB.

Project Management:
• Acts as main liaison between Company and customer from initial contact and after award of contract through to job completion and warranty duration.
• Develops and maintains good customer relations and ensures the customer is left with a positive lasting impression.
• Issues contracts to subcontractors and purchase orders to vendors that protect the interests of T-Ross Brothers while ensuring that contract obligations are met.
• Manages the submittal process.
• Provides direct on-going support from initial planning throughout job duration and assists the Project Superintendents/Foremen with change orders, schedule updates, costs to date, estimated costs to complete, etc. on an as needed basis.
• Develops specific strategies with job Project Foremen to maintain budgetary requirements and organizational objectives.
• Responsible for the successful completion of each job within profit projections.
• Conducts formal monthly margin review process with Project Foremen and submits estimated final costs of each assigned project to Bookkeeper in timely manner.
• Ensures that Project Foremen are enforcing safety standards and high-quality work standards on assigned projects.
• Ensures accurate and timely billing of all contracts and change/additional work orders in conjunction with the Bookkeeper. Settles all disputed invoices in a timely manner.
• Manages final close out of designated projects. Work Performance: The Sales/Estimator and Project Manager will be evaluated specifically on the following factors:
• Ensures that the project paper trail from start to finish minimizes the risk and protects the interests of the company.
• Maintains as sold gross margin sales goals to within at least 90% of estimated forecast figures on a quarterly and annual basis.
• Maintains excellent customer relations and corporate image and leaves customers with a positive last impression.
• Develops cost estimates that have an accuracy rating of 98% based on specifications and actual job conditions.
• Establishes Schedule of Values to enable the project to be in an overbilled status until at least 90% complete and meets billing schedule requirements each month.
• Provides proper support to field operations throughout project duration.
• Conducts accurate monthly margin reviews of assigned jobs with Project Foremen and submits to Bookkeeper in timely manner.

Experience & Qualifications:

Education: Bachelor’s Degree (BA) in a business, engineering, or marketing discipline from an accredited four-year college or university is desirable. Four years of project management experience may be substituted for college.

Experience: Minimum 10 years experience in construction industry with at least 7 years of direct industry experience. At least 3 years of project management experience and at least 3 years of estimating experience in the building industry, or the equivalent combination of education and experience.

Communication:
• Able to read, analyze and interpret plans and specifications, blueprints, and trade journals. Able to write clear, concise reports, proposals, business correspondence and procedures. Able to interpret a variety of instructions furnished– written, oral, diagram or schedule form.
• Able to effectively present information and respond to questions from managers, customers, vendors and the general public. Able to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of variables in situations where only limited standardization exists.
• Ability to manage all types of people and maximize use of all people assets.
• Utilizes effective negotiating and persuasion skills.

Structural Steel Worker

Job Description Summary: Responsible for laying out and fabricating structural steel and sheet metal in order to build metal structures. Welds and cuts steel, interprets blueprints, and works with concrete reinforcing steel bars.

Reporting Relationship: The Structural Iron Steel Worker/Erector reports directly to the Structural Steel Foreman. Supervisory Responsibilities: There are no supervisory responsibilities for this position at this time.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
• Build and install iron or steel girders, columns, and other construction materials to form buildings, bridges, and other structures.
• Cut, position, and bolt down steel bars to reinforce concrete.
• Repair older infrastructure.
• Make, weld, and cut structural metal in fabricating shops.
• Erect steel frames.
• Direct operation of cranes to move structural steel, reinforcing bars, and other materials onto and around the construction site.
• Connect steel columns, beams, and girders.
• Drill holes into steel for bolts.
• Number steel according to assembly instructions.
• Unload and stack steel.
• Attach cables to steel and then to the crane.
• Hoist steel into place in the framework.
• Position steel with connecting bars and spud wrenches.
• Work with driftpins to align the holes in the steel with the framework holes.
• Use plumb bobs, levels, and laser equipment to check alignment.
• Monitors standard operational and working practices and supervises oneself and other workers to ensure compliance with the Company’s safety policies and procedures and OSHA industry standards.
• Attend the Company’s safety meetings and mandatory training classes to assist in the training of other employees.
• Strives to improve skills continuously.
• Acts in a way that promotes the Company in the marketplace.
• Able to push, pull and lift up to 75lbs.
• Develops and maintains good relations with outside vendors that benefit the Company.
• All other duties that may be assigned.

Experience & Qualifications:
• High School graduate or equivalent.
• Minimum 5 years of experience in utilization of comparable materials and equipment used in the general construction business. At least 5 years of direct industry experience.

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