Electrical Foreman Lvl 2
Company: Rex Moore
Posted on: January 27, 2023
Job Location: Rex Moore - Central Valley - Fresno, CA
Position Type: Full Time
Job Shift: Day
Travel Percentage: Road Warrior
Depending on the nature of the contract Rex Moore Group, Inc. is
either a Prime Contractor or a Sub Contractor. In most cases the
company is a Sub Contractor working under contract with the General
Contractor. The Foreman is responsible for developing and
maintaining a good working relationship with the General Contractor
and the other Sub Contractors working on the project. The Foreman
is also responsible for coordinating the schedules with the General
Contractors and the other Subcontractor's
The Foreman will also be dealing with Architects, Engineers,
Designers, the Owner and/or their representatives. It is also the
Foreman's responsibility to develop and maintain a good working
relationship with these people as well, and to represent the
company by showing respect and belief in the common goal of
everyone, to get the job done on time and within budget.
Tasks: Employee has the ability to demonstrate the following
competencies at a more advanced basic level including all
competencies in the subordinate levels. Responsibilities include,
but are not limited to:
Meets or exceeds project schedules, productivity standards and
Perform pre-project planning tasks: check project documentation is
in place prior to startup, develop work breakdown schedule with PM,
schedule subcontractor activities, review project plans,
subcontract agreements, and prepare cost analysis.
Supervise, direct, and monitor the work of all employees under
Document and report all disciplinary issues to HR. Implement any
actions or procedures as instructed by HR or supervisor.
Lay out and schedule work for subordinate lead persons and
Monitor labor productivity, quality control, and direct the crew to
ensure project schedule and production quotas are met.
Provide employees with performance feedback and conduct performance
Hire and terminate employees and temporary workers with assistance
from Human Resources.
Coordinate work and activities with PM, GC, owner reps and other
Communicate job site problems and personnel issues to PM.
Attend project kick-off meetings and schedule job site meetings
when necessary with the Owner, General Contractor, Engineer,
Architect, and the Project Team.
Forecast labor needs, establish labor goals and coordinate labor
needs with PM.
Review and maintain labor percentage complete with the Project
Manager or Project Engineer weekly.
Forecast materials, tools, and equipment needs in advance to ensure
that the proper resources are available for project startup and
Order and coordinate deliveries, handling, storage, inspection,
equipment rentals, placement of materials and equipment on the
jobsite with the Project Engineer.
Perform administrative functions in a timely manner: time sheets,
labor coding, daily logs, material and tool requisitions, schedules
and safety reports.
Identifies, schedules, and serve as the main point of contact for
jobsite related inspections.
As needed, prepare detail drawings for project.
Administrative duties include completing safety documentation,
daily job journals, update job files, and maintain up-to-date
as-built plans, change order information, packing slips, and
Review and update the short interval schedule (SIS) on a weekly
basis, three weeks into the future.
Perform daily jobsite inspections to ensure crew members are
performing clean-up duties regularly.
Operate hand and power tools and equipment necessary to perform all
trade associated assignments.
Troubleshoot and resolves problems in electrical circuits, systems,
Performs Energized Electrical Work procedures up to 480 volts using
establish process and procedures.
Performs metering and testing up to 480 volts
Enforce company policies and procedures.
Performs other project related duties as assigned
May be requested to perform duties of subordinate levels.
All other duties as assigned.
Qualifications: In addition to the tasks listed, the ideal
candidate shall have, at minimum:
Demonstrates leadership qualities and skills.
Ability to read electrical drawings
Proficient at the interpretation and application of blueprints,
including architectural, civil, and structural prints.
Strong communication skills ability to provide and follow written
and verbal instructions.
Effectively communicates technical information with peers,
assistants, project supervision & other trades.
Demonstrate strong expertise in all aspects of trade related
materials, components, equipment, systems, methods installation,
safety procedures, safe work practices, basic calculations,
blueprint, and drawing interpretation & troubleshooting.
Demonstrated knowledge of basic construction scheduling.
Proficient at interpreting basic construction related accounting
Demonstrates self-motivation and initiative
Exhibits high level of organization throughout work tasks.
Demonstrates a positive attitude and eagerness to learn.
Proficient at arithmetic (including fractions & decimals) and basic
Education, Certifications, Licenses:
High school diploma or equivalent
Holds a current General Electrical certification through the
At least 5-10 years of related experience
This position manages and directs up to three to five member
Regularly exposed to environmental conditions inside and outside:
inclement weather, cold, heat, and humidity. The noise level in the
work environment can be loud. Frequently exposed to vibrations,
moving mechanical parts, moving vehicles, machines, dust and
chemicals. May be required to function in crawl spaces, shafts, man
holes, small enclosed rooms, and other areas of close proximity.
Occasionally required to work on elevated surfaces including on
ladders and lifts.
Physical Demands: The physical demands described are representative
of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform
the essential functions of this job.
Occasionally required to sit in a chair.
Frequently required to sit in a vehicle or operate heavy
Regularly required to talk in order to communicate detailed,
important, and accurate instructions to internal and external
Frequently required walking for long and short distances, walking
from one worksite to another.
Frequently required to stand for sustained periods of time
Occasionally required to bend or twist at the neck and torso
Occasionally required to crouching, squatting, stooping,
Occasionally required to use and climb ladders to work from
Occasionally required to use scissor, boom, and other personnel
lifts to access the work area
Occasionally required to reach above head
Occasionally required to reach forward, grab, grasp, pinching,
handle material and tools using upper extremities
Occasionally required to perform repetitive motion tasks such as
typing on a computer keyboard and writing
Occasionally required to pull or push using force
Occasionally required to lift objects from low to high positions in
horizontal to vertical motions
Frequently required to lift objects weighing up to 25lbs
Occasionally required to lift objects weighing up to 50lbs with
Frequently required to talk, express or exchange detailed,
important information by means of verbal communication.
Constantly required to hear sounds at normal speaking levels with
or without correction. Ability to hear detailed information and
distinguish sounds to avoid hazards.
Required to have near and far sited visual acuity with or without
correction. Must be able to inspect small parts, operating tools,
using measurement devices and/or assembly or fabrication parts.
Must also be able to visually identify and read posted signs,
instructions, and identify possible hazards
Required to have visual acuity to determine the accuracy, neatness,
and thoroughness of the work.
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