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Crew Leaderman

TITLE: Crew Leaderman JOB SUMMARY: The Crew Leaderman will manage preservation related production efforts in support of production milestones as developed by the project superintendent by leading a crew of tradesmen. Additionally, the leaderman will manage functions effecting safety and quality and ensure that sufficient supplies are on-hand to accomplish the required tasks. Recordkeeping related to the work effort are required. The leaderman reports to the foreman for that craft. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: • Responsible for managing a crew of technicians and helpers. • Complete understanding of industry standards and how to accomplish the work. • Assists with the installation, operation and maintenance of equipment and support infrastructure. • Adhere to company policies and procedures while meeting all project deadlines timely and efficiently. • Plans and maintains adequate labor resources based on specified scope of work. • Maintains effective communication with the production management. • Promotes and supports safety and quality amongst the team. • Responsible for maintaining time sheets and attending to personnel matters. • Track and maintain inventory and materials needed for each project. JOB QUALIFICATIONS: • Must be willing to learn, understand, and promote our ESOP culture. • The successful candidate must possess the physical abilities necessary to perform all aspects of his or her job including but not limited to; general lifting and carrying equipment and tools, bending, and climbing. Ability to stand on your feet for long periods of time. Work in various types of weather conditions. • Characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing essential functions of this job. Environmental exposures are like those found in most heavy industrial settings and may include noise, heat, cold, vibration, dust, fume, and smoke. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: • Knowledge of applicable safety regulations. • Knowledge of contract specifications and referenced standards. • Able to perform adequate in-process inspection of work prior to formal check-point inspections. EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: • Five years of verifiable experience in a heavy industrial or marine environment. • Graduate of a trade school or apprenticeship • Shipyard experience is preferred. • SSPC trade certification for related assignments • NACE CIP 1 or NBPI certificate