The following positions are currently being sought after:
– Project Manager
Below is a list of brief job descriptions. At D.G. Granade, you may wear the hat of multiple positions at any given time, depending on work load and company needs.
The Bookkeeper is responsible for overall bookkeeping support for various projects as well as maintenance of the project financial record in the accounting system. The position demands the ability to excel in a high pressure and fast paced environment.
General carpenters construct, erect, install, or repair structures and fixtures made of wood, such as concrete forms, building frameworks, including partitions, joists, studs, and rafters, wood stairways, setting windows, setting doors and frames, and finish carpentry. Carpenters at D. G. Granade are cross trained to also perform Cement Mason, Laborer and Steel Erector work.
Cement masons are responsible for pouring concrete, such as building slabs, sidewalks, driveway encroachments, curbs or gutters while using a variety of hand and power tools. Cement masons also align forms for sidewalks, curbs or gutters, sack and patch concrete voids, and use saws to cut expansion joints. Cement Masons at D. G. Granade are cross trained to also perform Carpenter, Laborer, and Steel Erector work.
The executive assistant provides high-level administrative support by conducting research, preparing statistical reports, handling information requests, and performing clerical functions. The executive assistant prepares correspondence, receives visitors, arranges conference calls and schedules meetings. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills are required.
The shop foreman is responsible for the maintenance of all vehicles and tools required for the job sites. The shop foreman keeps inventory of shop supplies and stock, places orders for materials as needed, delivers and picks up supplies for jobs. The shop foreman requires excellent organizational skills, mechanical ability to repair vehicles and tools, and a clean driving record.
The labor foreman is responsible for monitoring labor productivity across multiple job sites. This is a working supervisory position and entails oversight of several crew members at any given time, as well as helping perform physical labor, as needed. The labor foreman interacts directly with the site superintendents and company management.
Construction laborers and helpers perform many tasks that require physical labor on construction sites. This includes cleaning and preparing sites by removing debris and hazards, loading or unloading building materials to be used on the site, building or taking apart bracing, scaffolding and temporary structures, digging trenches, backfilling holes or compacting earth to prepare for construction. A construction laborer or helper also follows plans and instructions from supervisors or more experienced workers. Laborers at D. G. Granade will also learn skills of Carpenters, Cement Masons, and Steel Erectors.
The office manager. plans, directs and coordinates activities that help the company administrative arm run efficiently. The specific responsibilities vary, but the office manager maintains the office and supervises activities that include record keeping, mail distribution, and office upkeep. The office manager also directs all support services to the projects and is an excellent commicator.
The project manager assistant provides overall administrative and construction support across multiple projects for the project managers. The project manager assistant works closely with the project manager to provide documentation and administrative support to the project. The project manager assistant has direct communication with subcontractors, suppliers and project owners. This position requires skills that include tact, professionalism, and outstanding communication skills.
The Project Manager is responsible to plan, direct, and coordinate activities on a project. The Project Manager workload may include multiple projects at any given time, so the ability to multi-task is imperative. Projects include both private and public works projects. The Project Manager must be able to establish good and productive relationships with the Owner, or Owners rep, on D. G. Granade jobs. The communication level between the Project Manager and the project team must be high and decisive. The Project Manager position is generally a very fast paced and demanding position. Project Managers at D. G. Granade also are required to assist with estimating, from time to time.
The receptionist is the first face the public sees when entering the office. The receptionist performs tasks such as answering the phones, receiving visitors, providing information about D. G. Granade to the public, and other administrative tasks. The receptionist should be friendly, warm and inviting in demeanor and have good people skills.
Steel Erectors at D. G. Granade are responsible for the erection of steel structures, as well as the installation of pan decking, metal roofing, metal siding and other trim pieces. Steel Erectors must wear safety equipment for fall protection, be forklift and man lift certified, and not be afraid of heights. Steel Erectors may also be certified welders and are cross trained to perform work with Carpenters, Cement Masons and Laborers at D. G. Granade.
The Superintendent is widely considered a highly desirable position within the construction industry and also at D. G. Granade. The Superintendent is responsible for coordination and oversight of all subcontractors at the job site, as well as D. G. Granade’s own labor forces. The position requires strong organizational skills, computer savvy, and the ability to manage projects ranging from small to large in size. The Superintendent is in constant contact with D. G. Granade personnel, from Project Manager to Laborer, and provide overall safety at the job site.
The Superintendent is a bags-on working position at D. G. Granade. The Working Superintendent is responsible for coordination and oversight of all subcontractors at the job site, as well as D. G. Granade’s own labor forces. The position requires strong organizational skills, computer savvy, and the ability to manage projects ranging from small to medium in size. The Working Superintendent is in constant contact with D. G. Granade personnel, from Project Manager to Laborer, and provide overall safety at the job site. The Working Superintendent is also responsible for D. G. Granade crew production on the job site, including scheduling with the Labor Foreman when additional manpower is needed.