Plumbing Foreman/Superintendent - $1500 SIGN ON BONUS
Job Foreman Job in Colorado Springs, CO
This position organizes and supervises project teams that include team leads, journeymen, apprentices, contractors, and laborers throughout the project cycle. The successful Plumbing Site Superintendent is highly skilled in working with teams to provide the highest levels of safety, pre-planning, productivity, quality, and efficiency in the competitive construction market, while incorporating UMC's Vision, Mission, and Core Values.
Plumbing Superintendent Benefits
TOP MARKET PAY
Excellent Stability and Growth Opportunities
Medical, Dental, Vision, HSA, Life Insurance for you and your family
Paid Time Off From Date of Hire
401K w/ 6% Company Match
Family/Friend Referral Program
Excellent Company Culture
Plumbing Superintendent Pay Range (Hourly)
$38.00 - $41.00 / hour depending on experience
Plumbing Superintendent Qualifications
Must be a licensed Journeyman/Master Plumber
At least 2 years of Foreman/Lead/Supervisor experience in Plumbing. Multi-Family experience helpful.
Must support UMC's Vision, Mission, and Core Value statements.
Must demonstrate a high degree of integrity and maintain the confidentiality of personnel and business information.
Possess good organizational, interpersonal, communication, and initiative skills.
Has the ability to read and interpret operating manuals, plans, and applicable building codes.
Proficient in Microsoft Office products and possess the aptitude to learn and use additional computer software as needed, i.e., Field View, Bluebeam.
Must be able to use hands to finger, handle or feel; reach with hands and arms; talk; hear; sit; stoop; kneel; crouch or crawl; climb or balance; stand; walk; lift or move up to 30 pounds and occasionally lift or move up to 100 pounds; work overhead and in cramped quarters. Good vision required.
Must have a valid driver's license, dependable transportation, able to pass a physical and drug screening, andbe authorized towork in the US
Plumbing Superintendent Responsibilities and Duties (Essential Job Functions)
Ensures the project progresses on schedule, with the highest priorities on safety, quality, and productivity.
Works with the Project Manager to generate and submit RFIs during pre-planning and as needed throughout the project cycle.
Works with Purchasing and the Project Manager to ensure materials are staged as needed and meets contractual requirements.
Appropriately sets goals and expectations for their crews, documents their progress, and approves timecards
Teaches others the trade with patience while providingfeedback on safety, quality, and productivity. Comfortable holding team accountable to UMC, Inc. standards; documenting when necessary.
Treats all employees and others with respect and dignity and incorporates UMC's Vision, Mission, and Core Values always; leads by example.
Responsible for required Job Safety Assessments and other project documentation.
Attends all required meetings and creates a realistic work plan and schedule (pre-plan) at least weekly.
Performs and supports other duties or tasks that may be assigned by the Project Manager.
Equal Opportunity Employer
Work Environment/AAP/EEO Statements
While performing this job, the employee is frequently exposed to fumes or airborne particles, moving mechanical parts, and vibration. Occasionally exposure to a variety of extreme conditions at construction job sites occurs. The noise level in the work environment and job sites can be loud. The performance of work happens in outside weather conditions. Mitigate these hazards or stop work until conditions improve when applicable. Must be able to perform the essential functions of the position, with or without accommodation. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or veteran status.
Colorado Compliance: UMC, Inc. will not retaliate against any employee making a complaint or inquiring about the Company's practices regarding Colorado's Equal Pay for Equal Work Act. If you are subjected to any conduct that you believe violates this policy, you must promptly speak to, write, or otherwise contact your direct supervisor or, if the conduct involves your direct supervisor, the project manager, or human resources.