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Part-Time Equipment Operator In Training (Oit)
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Under immediate supervision to operate construction, maintenance, and transportation equipment in a variety of maintenance activities including street, drainage, and water/wastewater utility system maintenance operations according to required standards. Exercises no supervision.
Examples of Duties:
Drives and operates light, medium, and heavy construction equipment including dump trucks, front loaders, skip loaders, bobcats, rollers (large and small), graders, gradealls, street sweepers, D6 and D8 bulldozers, John Deere tractors with mower attachment, backhoes, water trucks, weed spray trucks, line eraser/grinders, trailers for moving equipment, air compressors, aquatic tanks (truck-trailer), water pulls and forklifts;
Operates trucks of various sizes and weights in the loading, hauling, and unloading of various equipment, materials, and supplies, such as mechanized broom, backhoe, digger derrick, man-lift, dump truck, and inductor truck;
Works with and assists the line crew in digging ditches, pole holes, hoisting material, tools, equipment, transformers, and any related work with a backhoe or digger derrick
Maintains and cares for tools and power equipment.
When assigned to Quality of Life Department:
May assist in repairs and patching streets by loading asphalt and raking, shoveling, and rolling asphalt;
Assists concrete crew with removing and replacing concrete;
Removes graffiti and sign posts with front loader, and graffiti truck truck/pressure washer;
Inspects ditches, drainage areas, and roadside shoulders for removal of weeds and application of herbicides and sprays;
Assists other departments performing emergency work such as road closures, street failures, and drain work;
Pushes and compacts waste at the face of the landfill using a D6 and/or D8 dozer;
Compacts waste utilizing a landfill compactor;
Hauls soil utilizing a scraper;
Operates grader to grade landfill haul roads and tipping pads;
Covers waste with tarps, green waste and soil in compliance with permit documents and State regulations;
Interacts with representatives from regulatory agencies, drivers and other divisions and departments using the landfill;
Operates skip loader and supervises lower level employees and temporary laborers in sorting waste for diversion in the load consolidation area;
Maintains landfill gas collection system, surface drainage and leachate collection systems; and
Performs related duties and responsibilities as assigned.
- Two years of experience in maintenance and construction work.
- Equivalent to a high school diploma.
Licenses and Certificates:
Possession of a valid driver's license;
Possession of a valid Commercial driver's license with air brake and tank endorsements. (Hazmat endorsement required for positions assigned to the landfill) For landfill positions, all endorsements (air brake, tank, and hazmat must be obtained within 6 months of appointment).
Essential functions and duties require the following physical abilities and work environment:
Ability to sit, stand, walk, kneel, crouch, stoop, squat, crawl, twist, climb, and lift 60 lbs.;
Exposure to heat, noise, outdoors, vibrations, confining work space, chemicals, explosive materials, mechanical hazards, electrical hazards, toxic substances, foul odors, wastewater, sludge, effluents, bacteria, viruses, and traffic hazards;
Ability to travel to different sites and locations.
Journeyman (A) Lineman - UG
Sumter Utilities, Inc. (a Quanta Services company) seeks Distribution A Class Linemen for long term expansion on the Duke Energy System in South Carolina. Successful candidates will possess existing Underground Distribution experience as a Journeyman Lineman or long-term experience as an Apprentice Lineman able to demonstrate readiness to grow into a greater role. Preference may be given to candidates who are able to bring along additional qualified candidates to form entire crews. SAFETY IS A CORE VALUE FOR OUR COMPANY so substantial weight will be given in the selection process to candidates demonstrating their shared commitment to safe operations.
We provide competitive wages, paid vacation & holidays and a full benefit package including Health, Dental, Vision, both Company Paid & Supplemental Life Insurance, Critical Care Insurance and LifeLock Identity Protection. For any employee hired in 2017, benefits are available beginning January 1, 2018. For any employee hired in 2018, benefits are available the 1st day of the next month following their hire date. We also offer a 401k Plan with a substantial company match.
Possession of a valid Class A CDL is PREFERRED. Those hired without a CDL may be required to obtain within 90 days of employment.
Job Duties and Responsibilities:
Able to perform rigorous physical labor as required. Including but not limited to digging, rigging, lifting, rescue operations, etc.
Able to identify primary and secondary voltage on a circuit.
Possess working knowledge of OSHA Shoring & Trenching Standards.
Proficient in all aspects of working with energized enclosures.
Possess professional demeanor and interact in positive way with fellow crew members, general public and customer representatives.
Proficient in understanding and reading blueprints.
Able to properly pull in UG conductors.
Capable of leading crew in preparation/installation of pad mount transformers & enclosures, in absence of Crew Foreman or with minimal supervision.
Comprehensive knowledge of operations in terminating UG conductors & secondaries.
Capable of executing live switching on UG loops.
Proficient at operation of Digger Derrick, Backhoe, Trencher, Mini-Excavator, Knuckle Crane, etc.
Proficient in all aspects of heavy lifting and rigging.
Must be familiar with induced voltage.
Proficient in grounding procedures.
Capable of working in confined spaces.
Posses knowledge to properly install, remove and inspect Rubber Goods / Cover Up / PPE.
Understands how to phase out a line using phasing sticks.
Understands proper use of phasing sticks
Able/willing to function within a Team environment and share knowledge with fellow crew members as appropriate.
Capable of planning safe work based on a job print or work order.
Understands minimum approach distance.
Understands flag and tag procedures.
Capable of performing basic bucket rescue/escape.
Must be able to effectively lead a Job Task Safety Analysis (JTSA) meeting or tailgate briefing.
Capable of safely installing and removing mechanical jumpers.
Able/willing to travel long distances on short notice, when required.
Able/willing to work for extended periods in various locations, when required.
Able/willing to lift in excess of 50 lbs, when required.
Able/willing to work outside, frequently in inclement weather.
Able/willing to work Overtime, when required.
Sumter Utilities Inc. is an Equal Opportunity - Drug & Alcohol Free Workplace Employer
NOTE: This job description is not intended to be all-inclusive. Employee may perform other related duties as requested to meet the ongoing needs of the organization.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class
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Water Distribution/Wastewater Collection Operator III
Salary Range: $34,700 - $43,400
Posting Expires: Open until filled
General Description and Classification Standards
The Watershed Operator III is responsible for operating rubber tire backhoe/loader, track backhoe, excavator, tandem, and/or dump trucks, front-end loader, track loader, bull dozier, excavator, low-boy tractor trailer, and all other medium to heavy equipment as assigned.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities These are typical responsibilities for this position and should not be construed as exclusive or all inclusive. May perform other duties as assigned.
Establishes priorities for the completion of work in accordance with sound time-management methodology.
Organizes truck for specific tasks so that work can be performed efficiently and in a timely manner.
Completes vehicle maintenance reports to document truck usage.
Performs preventative maintenance such as checking tires, oil, blades, hydraulic system, and other systems to keep equipment in proper working mileage.
Operates multiple vehicles during the course of completing daily task sheet duties.
Operates landscaping equipment such as construction equipment, small trench digger and commercial mover.
Perform equipment and vehicle inspections to ensure that equipment is operable.
Completes service request forms to request vehicle repairs.
Complete weekly maintenance reports to document work assignments.
Transports equipment and material to and from specific job sites and loads and unloads materials so that specific projects can be completed.
Acts in place of supervisor in his/her absence.
Communicates with supervisors to inform the progress which has been made on each equipment; consults with supervisor for advice and information
Communicates with two-way radio to keep in contact with supervisor and to receive instructions.
Communicates with the general public to give directions and answer questions.
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities This is a partial listing of necessary knowledge, skills, and abilities required to perform the job successfully. It is not an exhaustive list.
Ability to use and operate a variety of equipment to load and unload such as a tractor, dump truck, plate truck, fork lift, flatbed truck, tandem truck and truck/crane.
Ability to operate front-end loader to load. Load lugger to haul material, large mechanical sweeper to sweep debris, front end loaders to load equipment and materials, tractor trailers to haul materials and equipment.
Ability to operate rubber tire loader to clean vacant lots and clean roadside dumping stations, as well as load trucks and push dirt.
Ability to utilize tools such as shovels to mix coals, chains to load plates, sledgehammer to drive spikes, and coal mix to secure plates.
Ability to utilize various tools such as a shovel to dig, hand tools to perform minor maintenance, and picks to loosen materials.
Ability to transport materials to and from work site so that jobs may be completed.
Skill in operating light to heavy duty trucks and equipment for transportation to and from motor transport facility to provide necessary equipment to complete tasks.
Skill in operating trucks of various sizes and weights in the loading, hauling, and unloading various equipment, materials and supplies.
Skill in operating lowboy truck and trailer, excavator, track loader, bull dozier.
Ability to pull lowboy truck and trailer to haul heavy equipment
Minimum Qualifications – Education and Experience
High School Diploma / GED
4 years experience in operation of light to medium-sized trucks or related equipment; or any equivalent combination of education, training and experience which proved the requisite knowledge, skills and abilities for this job.
Supervisory experience preferred
Valid Class A Georgia Commercial Driver's License – Required
Preferred Qualifications – Education and Experience
High School Diploma / GED
6 years experience in operation of light to medium-sized trucks or related equipment; or any equivalent combination of education, training and experience which proved the requisite knowledge, skills and abilities for this job.
Supervisory experience preferred
Valid Class A Georgia Commercial Driver's License – Required
Licensures and Certifications
Certified Heavy Equipment Operator—Preferred
Certified Crane Operator--Preferred
Essential Capabilities and Work Environment Required physical, lifting, and sensory capabilities are requirements to perform the job successfully. Typical environmental conditions associated with job.
The Project Scheduler will support FBI related construction, design/build, and architecture and engineering projects involving the FBI following areas. This position description provides a baseline of areas. However, this list does not restrict performance requested on other related assignments. The Project Scheduler will support the FBI in the following areas, to include but not limited to:
Understanding of all phases in construction projects.
Developing and maintain schedules and integrated master schedules.
Developing project management plans.
Developing Work Breakdown Structure and activity coding.
Developing and/or incorporate schedule information from vendors (design, IT/AV, FF&E, security, move management, etc.) with general contractor schedule and master program schedule.
Providing detailed analysis of project schedules, from project inception, through the design phases to construction kickoff and completion.
Monitoring project progress and provide weekly status updates.
Creating schedule fragments for change or what-if scenarios.
Providing impact analysis of schedule changes, identify schedule variances and opportunities and proactively develop mitigation strategies for the Project Management team.
Utilizing schedule reporting and analysis features such as Claim Digger and time-distributed reports.
Coordinating meetings and briefings.
Organizing and maintaining data in clear accurate formats.
Preparing various planning documents/milestones including cost and execution milestones, construction schedules, furniture acquisition, alternative work space design and construction, and change order management.
Assisting team in gathering information and answering questions.
Monitoring schedule deviations and variances and assist in developing corrective actions.
Performing time impact analysis, and track changes that affect the schedule.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, disability, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, ancestry, political belief or activity, or status as a veteran and any other characteristic protected by law. Please view Equal Employment Opportunity Posters provided by OFCCP here.
Electrical Distribution Mechanic
The City of Pasadena is seeking highly qualified Electrical Distribution Mechanics to join our PowerDepartment team inperforming skilled electrical work in the construction, maintenance and repair of an overhead and underground electrical transmission and distribution system. For more information on the Pasadena Water &Power Department click here: Water & Power
The following represents some of the essential duties andare intended only as illustrations of the various types of work that may be performed. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related or a logical assignment to this class. For more information please see the job description at: Job Description
1.Installs and maintains transmission, distribution and related equipment in both overhead and underground, requiring climbing poles and vault entry.
2.Installs cross arms and other fixtures.
3.Installs and connects transformers, oil and gas switches, capacitor banks, lightningarrestors, fuses, street lights, house services and meters.
4.Removes old poles and installs new poles, anchors and guys.
5.Transfers energized lines to new poles.
6.Installs, services and repairsunderground duct lines, terminals, cables and associated equipment such as transformers and switches.
7.Makes up splices.
8.Connects underground electrical equipment.
9.Operates and maintains in an orderly fashiontrucks and power equipment.
10.Makes emergency repairs on overhead and underground lines.
11.Performs overhead and underground distribution switching and sectionalizing operations on various types of energized equipment.
12.Sets single phase, three phases, and delta meters.
13.Pulls slack out of primary and secondary wires.
14.Tests pole lines and other facilities.
15.Performs work in accordance with G.0. 95, 128 and 165, and in accordance with safety regulations.
16.Tests and filters insulating oil from energized equipment.
17.Maintains gas cable.
18.Operates equipment in the underground distribution system.
19.Installs and maintains electrical fans and blowers in the underground system, including new blowers, vault lights and vault utility plugs, H & J's, transformers and sump pumps.
20.Operates heavy equipment both auto and stick shift transmission, gas diesel cable pulling trucks, cable reel dollies, Digger Derrick, fork lifts, skip loaders, cranes, rodding machines and various other specialized equipment.
21.Performs inspections of city, commercial, industrial and residential underground power vaults structures and documenting conditions and suggested improvements.
22.Trains and instructs apprentices, helpers, and journey level workers assisting on assigned jobs.
1.Safety focus that demonstrates a clear understanding of the importance of keeping others safe by knowing about and adhering to relevant state and local safety regulations and health regulations, policies and procedures.
2.Making the effort to build and maintain good working relationships in a team environment.
3.Proven dependability that demonstrates a mature understanding of the responsibility to be at work even when personal problems occur; an understanding that the our culture demands a strong attendance record.
4.Demonstrates a willingness to cooperate and collaborate with assigned work crew and supervisors; keeps communication channels with crew, supervisors and customers open and positive.
5.Interpersonal skills to be able to relate well to all kinds of people inside and outside the organization build rapport appropriately.
6.Have a strong ability to make decisions while balancing customer expectations within the context of the Department's overall objectives.
1.Knowledge of methods, materials, tools and equipment used in installing, maintaining and operating all types of overhead and underground electrical systems.
2.Transformer removal, installation, hook-ups and connections for overhead and underground distribution equipment.
3.Basic electrical theory; G.O.95, 128 and 165 related safety orders.
4.Fundamental safety regulations.
5.First aid and methods of applying resuscitation.
1.Ability to operate specialized material handling and cable pulling equipment.
2.Climb poles and work at heights.
3.Work in underground facilities.
4.Follow oral and written directions.
5.Think and act effectively in emergencies.
6.Establish and maintain effective working relationships with supervisors, fellow employees and the public.
Education, Training and Experience
Any combination of education and/or experience that provides the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary for acceptable job performance would qualify. For example: attainment of journey EDM (or equivalent class) status through successful completion of a State of California approved EDM apprentice program.
Selection is based on review of applications and supplemental applications submitted. Those who appear best qualified may be invited to any combination of written, performance or oral appraisal to further evaluate their job-related experience, knowledge, skills and abilities. Probationary work test period is one year.
A California class "A" license is required. Applicants who have a California Class "C" license or equivalent at time of appointment must obtain a valid California Class "A" driver's license prior to the completion of the probationary period. A crane certification may be required based on job assignment.
Possession of Class "A" California driver's license is a condition of continued employment along with a satisfactory driving record. Annual Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR), Self-contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA), and Asbestos Abatement certification also required as a condition of continuous employment.
An Electrical Distribution Mechanic is subject to emergency call-outs 24 hours a day, and therefore must have a telephone.
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During SCDOT employment, installs, troubleshoots, repairs and maintains traffic signals and flashers including ground and aerial construction. Operates and maintains equipment related to traffic signal construction and maintenance such as digger truck, aerial bucket, cable plow, trencher and concrete saw.
Maintains accurate records on all job functions including HMMS, intersection maintenance logs, work logs, Teams and any work related paperwork. Installs and maintains Ethernet equipment and other signal communications equipment. Inspects intersection installations by contractors ensuring that all specifications are met.
Interprets blueprints for the installation and repair of traffic signals and lighting systems. Installs, maintains and troubleshoots electrical systems in SCDOT facilities.
Minimum and Additional
A high school diploma and four and one-half (4.5) years of related trades experience; or an approved acceptable equivalence in accordance with State Human Resources Regulations.
A valid commercial driver's license (Class A). Note: This position requires a valid commercial driver's license. However, applicants without a valid commercial driver's license will be considered if no qualified applicants with a valid commercial driver's license are available.
A valid commercial driver's license is required within six (6) months of placement in the position.
Additional Comments:A Resume may be included but NOT substituted for completing the entire application. Resumes are not reviewed to determine if an applicant meets requirements of position. Supplemental questions are considered part of the application and must be completed.
Sr. Primavera Project Scheduler
The Eden Consulting Group has been providing Project Management, Scheduling and Systems Engineering consulting service to the Federal government since 1997. Our talented team of professionals average over 20 years of experience and have helped out Customers to build and launch satellites into space and build some of the nations most integrated computer systems.
We are now hiring a team of Primavera Project Schedulers for a long term government contract, based in the Maryland suburbs. The Primavera Project Scheduler will work within a functional team that includes project managers, risk management specialists, budgeting specialists, and other critical staff members. The ability to effectively collaborate and work well in a team environment is vital to succeeding in this role, as is having strong customer-facing skills for meeting with stakeholders and conducting schedule reviews.
Develop and maintain schedules and integrated master schedules.
Develop project management plans.
Develop and/or incorporate schedule information from vendors with master program schedule.
Extensive experience in providing detailed analysis of project schedules, from project inception, through completion.
Monitor project progress and provide weekly status updates.
Create schedule fragments for change or what-if scenarios.
Provide impact analysis of schedule changes, identify schedule variances and opportunities and proactively develop mitigation strategies for the Project Management team.
Utilize schedule reporting and analysis features such as Claim Digger and time-distributed reports.
Coordinate meetings and briefings.
Organize and maintain data in clear accurate formats.
Prepare various planning documents/milestones and monitor schedule deviations and variances and assist in developing corrective actions.
Perform time impact analysis, and track changes that affect the schedule.
Have an understanding of policies, methods, and procedures that includes advanced Planning and Scheduling techniques, Risk Analysis, Risk Management, and support of project objectives.
5+ years of experience developing and managing complex schedules.
Proficiency scheduling with Primavera P6 software.
Strong experience developing and managing integrated master schedules (IMS).
Demonstrated ability to lead a schedule development effort.
Strong written and oral communication skills.
U.S. citizenship is required.
Experience with Crystal Reports or other reporting tools is preferred.
Bachelors degree in a related discipline is preferred.
PMI-SP, PMP, or PSP certification is preferred.
Regularly required to sit at a desk, work at a computer, and type. Occasionally lifts, carries, and/or moves objects weighing less than 25 pounds. Ability to make decisions which have significant impact on the companys credibility, operations, and services. Occasional travel, less than 10 percent, may be required.
We provide a competitive salary range and a full range of benefits including health, dental, and vision insurance; short-term and long-term disability insurance; paid time off; life/accidental death and dismemberment insurance; 401(k) plan with employer matching.
Equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, national origin, age, sex, religion, disability, sexual orientation, marital status, military or veteran status, gender identity or expression, or any other basis protected by local, state, or federal law.
Job Classification: Non-exempt, Full-time
Reporting Relationship: Line Superintendent
The Journeyman Lineman provides manpower, knowledge and workmanship which are necessary to perform job duties for the proper construction, maintenance, and operation of the electric system. This position makes correct application and use of all materials and equipment furnished in order to provide efficient, reliable service to the consumer in the operation and maintenance of the electric system.
Performs all required construction, maintenance, and operations on energized and non-energized portions of the system without any supervision.
Assumes the responsibility of the Area Person, as directed, which includes, but is not limited to, line inspections, meter exchanges and readings, re-sagging conductors, replacing anchors by hand, pulling slack guys, right-of-way maintenance, secondary change outs, consumer inquiries and connections, responding to outages and power quality issues, daily ticket assignments, preparing staking sheets for work orders, and billing collections.
Assists in training and supervision of all Apprentice Linemen and Serviceman.
Maintains skills in switching operations for maintenance and/or emergencies.
Required to know how to read maps, prepare and interpret staking sheets and prepare required reports.
Operates and applies all circuit and sectionalizing devices and electrical devices used on the system in a proper and safe manner.
Responsible for effective and safe operating methods in the use of rubber gloves and sleeves.
Troubleshoots line deficiencies and takes corrective measures within the limitations set forth in this job description.
Operates and works from the bucket truck on and around energized lines.
Applies rescue techniques by utilizing First Aid and CPR certifications.
Performs required work on energized underground transformers and enclosures.
Places poles in and around energized lines.
Operates the extendo in a safe and efficient manner.
Performs after-hour duty assignments and participates in the Cooperative's "on-call" rotation as directed by his/her supervisor.
Conducts self in a manner which will lead to the best possible working relationship between the Cooperative and other members of the crew or other employees of the Cooperative.
Responsible for being properly clothed and equipped while maintaining belt, hooks and other personal tools in a safe condition.
Complies with all of the Cooperative's Safety Rules and uses safe working practice and methods.
Responsible for the proper care of company equipment, tools and property.
Complies with the proper operating practices in the use of the two-way radio.
Complies with all traffic laws, rules and regulations while operating a Cooperative vehicle and practices proper traffic procedures.
Responds to member and consumer inquiries and resolves problems and/or directs them to the supervisor or appropriate personnel; maintains good relations in all contacts with the general public.
Climbs poles and utilizes lineman tools while working on poles.
Receives and accepts training, instruction and advice from assigned supervisor and cooperates with him/her in performing assigned tasks.
Participates in job site tailgate discussions and monthly safety meetings.
Performs additional duties as assigned by Management.
High School Diploma or equivalent is required. Degree in electrical power and distribution or equivalent is preferred.
Completion of the Merchants Training Program or an approved apprenticeship program is required.
Have and maintain a valid Class "A" Commercial Driver's License without an L, Z, or E restriction is required.
Effective working knowledge of the construction and maintenance of the electric distribution system, including the installation of meters, transformers, voltage regulators, capacitors, sectionalizers, and reclosers is required.
Understands construction specifications and is thoroughly familiar with most phases of distribution line construction, equipment applications, tool application and equipment operations.
Familiarity with the Cooperative systems geography and system maps.
Familiarity with the National Electrical Safety Code and RUS Materials Specifications.
Skills and knowledge in the placement of poles in and around energized lines.
Skills in the underground and overhead line operation.
Skills in properly and safely working live conductors of all voltages, and the installation of materials and maintenance of electrical distribution line.
Skills in the operation of equipment and apparatus used in line construction including; backhoe, trencher, digger truck and basket truck.
Trained and able to perform First Aid, CPR, Pole Top, and Bucket Truck rescue at required intervals.
Understands the circuit and sectionalizing diagrams and is familiar with the proper operation and application of all sectionalizing devices used on the system.
Ability to perform work out of a bucket within the recommended weight limitations set by the manufacturer, minus liner and tools.
Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, staking sheets, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals.
Ability to complete routine reports and other paperwork, as directed.
Ability to work with mathematical concepts such as probability and statistical inference, and fundamentals of plane and solid geometry and trigonometry.
Ability to apply concepts such as fractions, percentages, ratios, and proportions to practical situations.
Ability to carry out instructions presented in written, oral or diagram form
Ability to recognize and solve problems involving several concrete variables in standardized situations
Ability to organize, multi-task, plan and set priorities with minimal supervision.
Ability to encourage and build mutual trust, respect and cooperation amongst team members.
Ability to exercise good judgment with a strong attention to detail.
Ability to handle confidential information with integrity.
Strong interpersonal communication skills and the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships across all levels of the Cooperative.
Demonstrate poise, tact, and diplomacy in daily interaction with Cooperative members and staff.
Frequently required to stand, walk, use hands to finger, handle or feel, reach with hands and arms, climb or balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, crawl, talk and hear.
Frequently lifts and/or moves up to fifty (50) pounds and occasionally lifts and/or moves up to one hundred (100) pounds.
Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus.
Speaking to others to convey information effectively.
Frequently exposed to high, precarious places, outside weather conditions, extreme cold, extreme heat, and risk of electrical shock.
Occasionally exposed to moving mechanical parts, fumes, or airborne particles, and vibration.
Moderate noise level.
This position is subject to on-call as required which may include night, weekend and/or holiday work. Employees are required to report to the Cooperative within thirty (30) minutes after receiving notice.
Work Location : Oregon, IL
Functional Area : Sales
Number of Openings : 1.00
Current Openings :
Blount International, Inc. has an exceptional opportunity.
We are committed to excellence in our people, products, performance, and profits. We believe our team members are the foundation of our Company's success, and we are committed to continuous improvement and learning, exceptional quality, connecting with our customer, and good relationships with our team members.
SALES MANAGER-Speeco Products
Location: Works out of home office
The Sales Manager will be responsible achieving/exceeding sales goals for assigned current customers and securing sales opportunities with new customers for SpeeCo brand products. This position will be required to help in the development of sales forecast and to stay within assigned budgets. This position will manage house accounts and may work with manufacturer rep groups, for which the Sales Manager will have responsibility for training and communication. The Sales Manager will interact with a number of functions, including Customer Service, Marketing, Planning, Procurement, Engineering, Credit, Shipping, and Quality.
Reports to: VP FRAG Retail Sales
Develop and Manage Sales (70%)
Meet or exceed established sales goals for assigned accounts, which include house accounts and rep-managed accounts
Implement sales plan to achieve company revenue & profit objectives
Assist in the development of business plans to increase sales opportunities and market exposure
Review current and potential product categories for customers
Recommend sales and promotional programs based on market conditions and opportunities
Manage Line Review proposals, working closely with Marketing to develop comprehensive programs for product assortment, pricing, promotional support, merchandising, customer terms
Seek out opportunities for business relationships with new customers
Coordinate and manage all aspects of customer trade shows
Develop annual sales forecasts
Provide monthly forecasts for whole goods (log splitters and accessories; post hole diggers and augers)
Review commissions monthly by rep group and resolve issues with appropriate staff
Conduct regularly-scheduled sales plan reviews with reps
Update Vice President of Retail Sales with required reports
Monitor & report on the business climate, competitor activity, opportunities & concerns
Work jointly with Marketing in the development and administration of marketing programs
Ensure company expenses are maintained within budgetary guidelines and ensure cost effectiveness in all areas
Ensure High Levels of Customer Satisfaction (30%)
Maintain ongoing and regular communication with key stakeholders at assigned accounts
Assure resolution of customer issues such as shipping, pricing, credit, returns
Provide product introduction to market
Conduct regular training sessions to ensure a high level of product, program, and company knowledge with customers and rep groups
Build teamwork ethic internally & externally; understand interdependencies
- Bachelor's degree in Business Administration, Marketing, or similar discipline
KNOWLEDGE & EXPERIENCE:
Five or more years of progressively responsible sales experience in sales management with key account responsibilities
Strong background in agriculture manufacturing or industry preferred
Strong knowledge of farming and ranching industry
In touch with industry trends
Familiar with farm stores, 2-step distributors, hardware distributors and their operations
Ability to build strong customer relationships
Ability to negotiate with customers with win-win solutions in mind
Ability to work with management to ensure coordinated growth and capital plans
Ability to help develop and implement a strategic customer plan
Ability to maintain a high energy level with enthusiasm
Ability to remain focused and results oriented
Ability to be organized, analytical, and detail-oriented
Proficient in Microsoft Office software. Experience with SAP a plus.
Able to complete responsibilities in a timely, professional and quality manner
Solve problems analytically; search out relevant information and gauge its importance when making decisions
Strong written and oral communication skills; able to express oneself clearly and in technical and non-technical terms
Collaborative and effective team player and able to work with teams who are globally dispersed
Ability to follow up and close sales
Ability to travel up to 60%
- Available to work on site as required by job; eligible for domestic and international travel several times per year up to two weeks' duration.
ABOUT BLOUNT INTERNATIONAL, INC:
Blount is a global manufacturer and marketer of replacement parts, equipment, and accessories for consumers and professionals operating primarily in two market segments: Forestry, Lawn, and Garden ("FLAG"); and Farm, Ranch, and Agriculture ("FRAG"). Blount also sells products in the construction markets and is the market leader in manufacturing saw chain and guide bars for chain saws. We also supply original equipment manufacturers (OEM) with cutting attachments.
Blount's global manufacturing and distribution footprint includes manufacturing, sales, and distribution facilities in the United States, Canada, Japan, Brazil, China, and Europe. Blount offers products under the brand names OREGON®, Carlton®, Woods®, KOX, SpeeCo®, ICS®, and Pentruder. For more information, visit www.blount.com.
Blount will only employ those who are legally authorized to work. Any offer of employment is contingent on the successful completion of a background investigation and drug screen.
The Company and the Role:
Lehigh Hanson is one of the largest construction materials companies in North America with more than 550 active operations in the U.S. and Canada. Our core activities include the production and distribution of cement and aggregates, the two essential raw materials in concrete. Lehigh Hanson companies also produce ready-mixed concrete, asphalt and other concrete products.
Lehigh Hanson is part of the Heidelberg Cement Group, a global leader in aggregates, cement, concrete, and other downstream activities. The Group employs over 60,000 people at more than 3,000 locations in 60 countries.
Lehigh Hanson is seeking qualified Equipment Operators who are skilled heavy equipment operators familiar with all construction-related equipment and methods of operation.
This position will work as needed on Public Works Projects in New York State. The positions reside in Jamesville, NY.
Equal Opportunity Employer – Minority / Female / Veteran / Disabled
What you'll get to do:
Responsible for daily checks, startup, operation, and proper shutdown of construction equipment.
During daily operations, the operator continuously monitors and reacts to roadway conditions such as steep grades, variable cross-slopes, and overhead obstructions.
Monitors the electrical, hydraulic, and drive systems on the equipment during operation, and performs some field maintenance and repair of construction equipment.
May operate Road Paving Equipment such as: Pavers, Rollers, Wideners, Skid-Steers, & Tractor Brooms. Also, Earthmoving equipment such as: Excavators, Dozers, & Loaders.
Ensure compliance with all health, safety, and environmental regulations, and with company policies and procedures.
Operators wage and supplemental benefits will be in accordance with the NYS Prevailing Wage Schedule for the County that work is being performed in. You may be assigned to operate equipment as follows based on construction project needs:
CLASS A: Asphalt Curb Machine (self-propelled, slipform); Asphalt Paver; Automated Concrete Spreader (CMI type); Automatic Fine
Grader; Backhoe (except tractor mounted, rubber tired); Backhoe Excavator, Full Swing (CAT 212 or similar type); Back Filling Machine; BeltPlacer (CMI type); Blacktop Plant (automated); Boom Truck; Cableway; Caisson Auger; Central Mix Concrete Plant (automated); CherryPicker*; Concrete Curb Machine (self-propelled, slipform); Concrete Pump; Crane*; Derricks*; Directional Boring/Drilling Machine; Dragline*;Dredge; Dual Drum Paver; Excavator (all purpose-hydraulic, Gradall or similar); Front End Loader (4 cu. yd. & over); Head Tower (Sauermanor equal); Hoist (two or three drum); Holland Loader; Maintenance Engineer; Mine Hoist; Mucking Machine or Mole; Overhead Crane*(gantry or straddle type); Pavement Breaker (SP Wertgen; PB-4 and similar type); Profiler (over 105 h.p.); Pile Driver*; Power Grader; Quad9; Quarry Master (or equivalent); Scraper; Shovel; Side Boom; Slip Form Paver; Tractor Drawn Belt-Type Loader; Truck Crane*; Truck or Trailer Mounted Chipper (self-feeder); Tug Operator (manned rented equipment excluded); Tunnel Shovel
CLASS B: Backhoe (tractor mounted, rubber tired); Bituminous Recycler Machine; Bituminous Spreader and Mixer; Blacktop Plant (nonautomated);Blast or Rotary Drill (truck or tractor mounted); Boring Machine; Bridge Deck Finishing Machine; Cage Hoist; Central Mix Plant(non-automated) and All Concrete Batching Plants; Concrete Paver (over 16'); Crawler Drill (self-contained); Crusher; Diesel Power Unit; DrillRigs (truck or tractor mounted); Front End Loader (under 4 cu. yd.); Greaseman - Lubrication Engineer; HiPressure Boiler (15 lbs & over);Hoist (one drum); Hydro-Axe; Kolman Plant Loader & similar type loaders; Locomotive; Material Handling Knuckle Boom; Mixer (forstabilized base, self-propelled); Monorail Machine; Profiler (105 h.p. and under); Plant Engineer; Pug Mill; Pump Crete; Ready Mix ConcretePlant; Refrigeration Equipment (for soil stabilization); Road Widener; Roller (all above subgrade); Sea Mule; Self-contained ride-on Rock Drill(excluding Air-Track type drill); Skidder; Tractor with Dozer and/or Pusher; Trencher; Tugger Hoist; Vacuum Machine (mounted or towed);Vermeer Saws (ride-on, any size or type); Welder; Winch and Winch Cat; Work Boat Operator including L.C.M.'s
CLASS C: "A" Frame Winch Hoist (On Truck); Aggregate Plant; Articulated Heavy Hauler; Asphalt or Concrete Grooving Machine (ride-on);Ballast Regulator (ride-on); Bituminous Heater (self-propelled); Boat (powered); Boiler (used in conjunction with production); Cement & BinOperator; Compressors; Concrete Pavement Spreader and Finisher; Concrete Paver or Mixer (16' & under); Concrete Saw (self-propelled);Conveyor; Deck Hand; Directional Boring/Drilling Machine Locator; Drill (Core); Drill (Well); Dust Collectors; Electric Pump When Used inConjunction with Well Point System; Farm Tractor with accessories; Fine Grade Machine; Fireman; Fork Lift; Form Tamper; Generators;Grout Pump; Gunite Machine; Hammers (hydraulic self-propelled); Heaters; Hydra-Spiker (ride-on); Hydraulic Pump (jacking system);Hydro-Blaster (water); Light Plants; Mulching Machine; Oiler; Parapet Concrete or Pavement Grinder; Post Hole Digger (excluding handheld);Post Driver; Power Broom (towed); Power Heaterman; Power Sweeper; Pumps; Revinius Widener; Roller (subgrade & fill); Scarifier(ride-on); Shell Winder; Skid Steer Loader (Bobcat or similar); Span Saw (ride-on); Steam Cleaner; Tamper (ride-on); Tie Extractor (ride-on);Tie Handlers (ride-on); Tie Inserters (ride-on); Tie Spacers (ride-on); Tire Repair; Track Liner (ride-on); Tractor; Tractor (with towed
Who we are looking for:
High school diploma or GED
Minimum of 3 years of experience in Construction Equipment Operation.
Able to work for long hours in all weather conditions
Demonstrated mental alertness
Neat and clean appearance
A sense of responsibility for the safety of the public and the work crew
Benefits & Compensation:
We appreciate that candidates have many questions when considering opportunities, so we want to let you know that we offer a comprehensive compensation and benefits package, which we like to share with candidates a little bit later in the process.
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