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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES RELATED TO THE ASPHALT INDUSTRY
The Foreman position is responsible for supervisory work in the maintenance, repair, construction, and operation of City street services. Work involves coordinating, planning, organizing, supervising, and participating, as necessary, in the activities of a group of laborers and skilled workers. Work is reviewed based on the accomplishment of desired objectives and results. It is a mandatory requirement of this position to work overtime and to respond within thirty (30) minutes when on-call. This is a safety-sensitive position and is subject to federally mandated random drug and alcohol testing.
The full salary range for this position is stated above. The starting range of pay is dependent on qualifications and experience of each individual candidate. The City of Westminster offers a bonus of up to $1,500 per year depending on the employee’s fluency in Spanish, Hmong, and/or Laotian.
Education, Experience, Skills, Formal Training, Licenses, and Certifications
• Graduation from high school or GED
• Five (5) years of experience in the construction, maintenance, and repair of street-related infrastructure
• Three (3) years of experience in the supervisory or lead capacity of a construction and maintenance crew
• Valid driver’s license, and maintain a safe driving record for continued employment
• Must be able to obtain and maintain a Class A Commercial Driver License with tanker and air brake endorsement within 90 days of employment
• Must be able to pass a DOT (Department of Transportation) physical upon hire and then every two years after that, or as required by medical examiner
• Bachelor’s degree or higher with course work in Construction Management, Business Administration, or related area of study
• Previous experience with snow removal duties and operations
Any equivalent combination of education, training, and experience, which would provide the required knowledge and skills, may be considered
HOW TO APPLY
A City of Westminster online employment application is required for this position and is due by 8:30 a.m., on the closing date. Apply online at:City of Westminster / Jobs
Aggregate Industries, WCR – 4/2019
Title: Estimator PURPOSE
The Estimator will prepare cost estimates for product manufacturing, construction projects, or services to aid management in bidding on or determining price of product or service. May specialize according to particular service performed or type of product manufactured.
◎ Demonstrates a commitment to communicating, improving and adhering to safety policies in all work environments and areas.
◎ Analyze blueprints and other documentation to prepare time, cost, materials, and labor estimates. Assess cost effectiveness of products, projects or services, tracking actual costs relative to bids as the project develops. Consult with clients, vendors, personnel in other departments or construction foremen to discuss and formulate estimates and resolve issues. Confer with engineers, architects, mgmt, contractors and subcontractors on changes and adjustments to cost estimates. Prepare estimates used by management for purposes such as planning, organizing, and scheduling work. Prepare estimates for use in selecting vendors or subcontractors.
◎ Review material and labor requirements, to decide whether it is more cost effective to produce or purchase components. Prepare cost and expenditure statements and other necessary documentation at regular intervals for the duration of the project.
◎ Prepare and maintain a directory of suppliers, contractors and subcontractors.
◎ Set up cost monitoring and reporting systems and procedures. Establish and maintain tendering process, and conduct negotiations. Conduct special studies to develop and establish standard hour and related cost data or to effect cost reduction.
◎ Prepare reports and analyses setting forth progress, adverse trends and appropriate recommendations or conclusions.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES
Required Education: Bachelor’s/Undergraduate Degree preferred or comparable experience and/or training
Required Work Experience: 3 years minimum of previous estimating experience
Internal controls providing reasonable assurance of effective and efficient operations, including actions to prevent and detect fraud and protect Company resources
LICENSE TO LEAD – OH&S COMPETENCIES
◎ Implements OH&S Mission: Ensures alignment of OH&S activities arising from OpCo OH&S mission
◎ Ensures adequate OH&S organization: Ensures relevant actions are taken so that OH&S requirements are met
◎ Identifies Hazards & Control Risks: Actively manages risks by ensuring that all related control activities are implemented thoroughly
◎ Manages Incidents: Drives committed and effective incident management
◎ Ensure compliance with internal control procedures – communicating problems in operations, unwarranted deviations from established standards, and violations of policy or law