Northern Colorado Job Opportunity
WORK FOR THE BEST – BE TREATED THE BEST!
Successful electricians at Weifield can become foremen, supervisors, estimators, project managers — or move into upper management positions; your drive and abilities determine how far you go!
Weifield is a national leader in cutting-edge construction — more than 70% of the General Contractors in CO & WY rely on our expertise to provide quality electrical projects. And we’re seeking the best talent to build an unstoppable team! We have 400+ employees & offer industry-leading training programs that enhance safety and innovation — and we foster a positive company culture through fun events and parties throughout the year for our employees and their families. We also have a strong community focus – partnering with numerous non-profit organizations to give back to the communities in which we live and work. As evidenced by our Denver Post ‘Top Workplaces’ recognition for 9 years running, we offer a fantastic, family-oriented work culture!
We also offer our employees unparalleled benefits:
Numerous opportunities to be recognized for individual achievements
Opportunities for career advancement
Utilization of the best technology and tools the industry has to offer to make your life easy
WEIFIELD: THE RIGHT PLACE
Our team members go above and beyond at Weifield, every day – and we show our appreciation by offering much more than just a competitive salary. People are Weifield’s #1 valuable asset and we ensure our team feels valued, appreciated, and included at our company – not just occasionally, but always. With that in mind, we’ve designed the common elements of our benefits package to extend well beyond the paycheck and incorporate the following priorities of our team members:
Enjoy My Work—An engaging and rewarding company culture that allows our team to thrive
Learn, Grow, Innovate—Ongoing paid training and development to spark career growth
Time to Recharge—Paid time off and paid holidays for quality time with friends & family
Be Rewarded—Bonus opportunities and monthly/yearly employee cash awards to reward quality work
Be Heard—An open-door policy by Weifield management to listen to our team’s ideas and opinions, 24/7/365
Stay Well—A suite of healthcare benefits to maintain the wellness of our teammates/ their families
Have Fun—Continual fun company events so our team can get out with family & friends
Chart My Course—No limits to the performance-based career growth and advancement opportunities for our team, at Weifield
Be Supported—A full-service Employee Assistance Program to help with the business of life (health, finances, resources, & more — for team members and their families)
At the end of the day, our goal is simple: to continually improve our employees’ work experience to help them be happy, healthy, and well…every day!
General Job Description
The foreman is responsible for organization and field management of electrical projects and implementing measures to increase the company’s effectiveness and efficiency.
Main Objectives of the Foreman/Field Supervisor
Maintain an average gross margin over all projects of 13% or over.
100% customer satisfaction.
Resume experience and ability to interview well.
Ability to manage a minimum of 3 electrical projects $500K-1M.
A minimum of 6 years’ experience managing high dollar projects and large teams of staff
Strengthen existing, and build new relationships.
Provide assistance to acquire quality foremen, journeymen, and apprentices.
Candidate must be able to train new foremen and grow existing foremen with labor savings ideas.
Candidate must be able to travel with incentives.
We recommend our foreman/field supervisors/superintendent to get LEED and NICET Level 2 certified. This can be done over the next calendar year. For the LEED certification you would be responsible to take the test and get all the test materials for the actual certification. Once certified Weifield will provide an increase to your hourly wage of .48 per hour ($1,000/year). Weifield will pay for any NICET Level 1 and Level 2 testing.
Qualifications/Skills Expected of Position
Review and implement contract documents, including plans, specifications, schedules, and estimates.
Follow jobsite labor manual and change order budgets for correct phasing and time reporting.
Foreman/Field Supervisor/Superintendent is responsible for journeymen and apprentices’ daily production, installation methods, and quality control.
Field questions from journeymen and apprentices and provide acceptable solutions.
Complete layout coordination, making dimensioned sketches of all pads, sleeves, underground runs, electrical rooms, and equipment rooms.
Coordinate installation with other trades on the jobsite, consulting with supervisor when drawings or RFIs can’t be obtained.
Monitor that correct tools and materials are in all work areas in a timely manner.
Re-enforce that all team members must exhibit and promote a positive attitude and high morale during the project, taking corrective action when necessary.
Ensure safe work practices with all installation methods.
Ensure that no work is performed outside the scope of the contract without supervisor authorization.
Fill out daily field reports and keep a written daily log.
Follow supervisor’s scheduled activities.
Notify supervisor of delays in accomplishing assigned field tasks.
Schedule and plan for miscellaneous material purchases in bulk for the jobsite or prefabrication.
Verify wire lengths for optimum field productivity.
Check with supervisor before reordering material for backorder status.
Unload and store materials in a secure area, completing inventory from the purchase order and approved submittals.
Notify supervisor of any damaged or missing items.
Return all material that does not meet job specifications, unused materials, and tools to staging area or main warehouse.
Conduct weekly safety meetings and record attendees, keeping a record of any comments or problems.
Fill out injury reports in a timely manner.
Take immediate, corrective action when policies are not followed by subordinates
Attend subcontractor foreman/field supervisor meetings with an agenda outlining electrical needs, ensuring all comments are recorded in meeting minutes.
Record and turn in time tickets with correct hours and phasing.
Act upon new correspondence and drawings from supervisor only, not the client.
Have daily meetings with supervisor to review all problems.
Update as-built drawings weekly and conform to specifications.
Update on-going punch list, completing areas as the job progresses, eliminating loose ends, and perform in a timely manner.
Perform testing and test reports as required by specifications.
Field employees will wear appropriate shirts with sleeves, long pants and sturdy work shoes or boots (OSHA standard). All clothing will be of a proper fit and condition so as not to constitute a safety hazard. Clothing may not have any derogatory, offensive, sexually suggesting or degrading writing, symbols, pictures, language, or logos of other contractors. Employees may wear jewelry as long as the jewelry is appropriate and does not constitute a safety hazard. Body piercing (other than earrings) should not be visible. Similarly, employees will keep their hair and facial hair groomed to avoid safety hazards; or they will secure their hair to avoid safety hazards.
The foreman/field supervisor reports to the project manager and/or construction manager.
The general foreman/field supervisor success is measured by the following criteria:
ability to start and manage projects without guidance
development of process and tools that streamline operations and cut costs
able to bring answers to the table and implement solutions quickly
|Pay Rate||Non Exempt Status
Centennial/Denver: Pay Range $38 – 48/hr DOE
Colorado Springs: Pay Range $36 – 44/hr DOE
Wyoming Pay Range: $36 – 45/hr DOE
|Employee Health Insurance||Healthcare 100% of the family medical “Base Plan” by WGC 1st of the month following date of hire.|
|Voluntary Dental/Vision Insurance||Paid by employee based on coverage selection 1st of the month following date of hire.|
|Disability & Accident Insurance||Paid by employee based on coverage selection 1st of the month following date of hire.|
|Life Insurance||50K Life and ADD policy for employee only, paid by employer 1st of the month following date of hire.|
|HSA Plan||Employee can set aside $3600 pre-tax dollars /$7200 for Family 1st of the month following the date of hire.|
|HSA Company Contribution||Up to a max of $600 annually, contributed through four quarterly contributions. The employee must have active work hours on the week of assistance to be eligible. This amount is inclusive in the calculation of the max contributions allowable under an HSA plan.|
|PTO||Accrued 15 days per year 1-5 years, 20 days per year 5-10 years and 25 days per year 10+ years. Seven paid holidays per year.|
|401k/Safe Harbor||Participate after 60 days. Weifield matches 100% of investment up to 4% after one year of consistent employment.|
|Pension||Paid on prevailing wage projects|
|Background Check/ Drug Test Required||Yes|
|Work Schedule||Varies by jobsite. This position may require night time, weekend, holiday, and overtime work which will be compensated at adjusted rates.|
Due to the nature of this position additional time may be needed in order to complete work activities with no additional compensation.
The company has reviewed this job description to ensure that essential functions and basic duties have been included. This is not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all functions, responsibilities, skills and abilities. Additional functions and requirements may be assigned by management as deemed appropriate. Nothing in this job description restricts management’s rights to assign or reassign duties and responsibilities to this job at any time.
Weifield Group Contracting Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.