Position Summary: Self-motivator, leader and mentor, who champions the collaboration, communication and documentation efforts of Molin’s project and site specific precast concrete erection requirements. The ideal candidate will have either precast concrete erecting experience or commercial construction experience. This individual will be the pipeline between Molin Concrete Field Operations Department and our external customers (CMGC), who leads with a creative approach to solving complex and unique project and site constraints to the benefit of Molin Concrete. The candidate will utilize their industry experience and knowledge, with the goal of placing Molin Concrete’s Field erecting crews in the best position to erect projects in a ready, safe, effective and efficient manner.
Manage and control assigned projects, overseeing the job site-specific coordination, documentation and collaboration requirements between Molin Concrete Products and CMGC’s.
Collaborate with Molin Project Manager and Molin Field Manager, to develop an efficient, effective and safe erection of all projects.
Establish, document and communicate precast erection schedule, sequence and direction with CMGC and other Molin departments.
Coordination and documentation with the CMGC, to ensure required truck and crane access roads/pads are achieved to the needs of Molin Concrete Products and prior to mobilization.
Thorough documentation via digital platform (Bluebeam, AutoCAD or other), to CMGC and Molin Concrete of all job site specific, site readiness, logistical requirements.
Visit, inspect and field verify the jobsite prior to Molin crew mobilization and installation date.
Establish and coordinate requirements for Molin Field Quality Control to perform site layout and survey prior to erecting crew arrival onsite and to minimize mistakes in Drafting, Production and other trades. Minimize the need for rework by Field Installation crews.
Develop and communicate site specific safety plans and review with erection foreman prior to site mobilization.
Provide constructability and design input based on field erecting experience.
Provide pre, active and post installation quality control reviews of precast concrete erection. Collaborate with Field Quality Control on jobsite visits and documentation.
Work directly with equipment vendors to coordinate and schedule rented machinery that satisfies project requirements in a safe, efficient, and cost-effective manner.
Coordinate and schedule Molin subcontractors (caulking, grouting, etc.) as required for project completion.
Develop and collaborate with Project Manager on installation plans, crane requirements and crane layout for each assigned project that results in a safe, efficient, high quality outcome.
Collaborate with contractors and other internal departments through pre-construction and planning phases.
Lead efforts for corrective measures needed for ongoing and/or completed projects to satisfy customers demands. Communicate corrective action to internal and external customers.
Collaborate with Molin Field Manager to coordinate availability of internal resources (crane, crew, etc.) to support customers’ schedules.
Promptly communicate critical information to internal customers such as delivery dates and installation sequence/direction. Participate in weekly Project Management meetings to monitor alignment of Engineering/Drafting/Production goals with changing customer demands as projects progress.
Provide coaching, mentoring and leadership that reinforces Molin’s commitment to promoting safety in every aspect of the project. Incorporate safety in all decision-making. Confront all unsafe situations/actions.
Coaching, training and mentoring of Molin Field personnel.
Responsible for proper documentation of information exchanged at site and internal meetings relevant to project execution and for updating systems for easy access by all stakeholders. All verbal commitments on jobsites are to be documented, signed off by customers.
Acceptance that this position requires the individual to either have experience with or learn the use of standard industry digital software tools (Bluebeam, AutoCAD, other) and communication methods (email, text messaging).
Attend CMGC project meetings as required.
Maintain or obtain PCI Certified Field Auditor (CFA) Certification within 1 year of hire date.
Willingness to learn and implement new industry means, methods, technologies and processes.
Regional travel as required for projects.
Education and Experience:
B.S. in Construction Management or related course of study preferred, or 10 years of industry specific experience.
At least seven years of construction industry experience, preferably in the Precast Concrete Industry.
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:
PCI Tolerances and allowances
Pre Cast Concrete Grouting Principles
Crane Principals and requirements
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Strong leadership, organizational, and decision-making skills
Ability to work effectively in a team environment
An understanding of construction principles with the ability to interpret construction drawings
Proficient PC skills particularly with Microsoft Office products and databases or willingness to learn
Proficient with Bluebeam, Plan Grid and other industry technology, or willingness to learn
Excellent internal and external customer service skills
Ability to manage multiple tasks and changing priorities
Ability to think conceptually as well as attend to detail
Ability to understand and prioritize the various needs of all stakeholders to include owners, CMGC's, architects, engineers, subcontractors, and internal customers
Competencies necessary for Success:
Establishing Focus: The ability to develop and communicate goals in support of the business’ mission.
Leadership: Able to motivate others to take personal responsibility; mobilize people to face, define, and solve problems; develop capacity of others to adapt change; lead past status quo to achieve new levels of excellence or change.
Developing Others: The ability to delegate responsibility and to work with others and coach them to develop their capabilities.
Influencing Others: The ability to gain others’ support for ideas, proposals, projects, and solutions.
Motivation: Able to present information or new ideas in such a way others get excited; use a positive approach to motivate others at any level of the organization.
Managing Change: The ability to demonstrate support for innovation and for organizational changes needed to improve the organization’s effectiveness; initiating, sponsoring, and implementing organizational change; helping others to successfully manage organizational change.
Team Building: Able to develop team effort; confront negative attitudes to build commitment and morale; get facts with competing perspectives to learn from one another; integrate efforts and talents of team members.
Commitment / Diligence: Able to persevere in accomplishing tasks or objectives; commit to long hours of work; do everything possible to reach goals; have a sense of urgency about getting results.
Prioritizing: Able to quickly focus on what is important: establish a sequence of tasks and completion dates, set priorities and allocate time and resources when faced with competing demands.
Communication: Effectively deliver a message to employees, customers, vendors, or management team in a group or individual setting so it is received and understood.
Results Orientation: The ability to focus on the desired result of one’s own or one’s unit’s work, setting challenging goals, focusing effort on the goals, and meeting or exceeding them.
Profitability: The ability to execute these leadership qualities is an instrumental part of increasing the profitability of the company.
Valid driver’s license with safe driving record
PCI certifications desirable
Continuous standing or walking on jobsites
Occasional walking, standing and carrying up to 50 pounds
Frequent finger/wrist movement for keyboard use
Acuity for near vision required; distance acuity occasionally
Infrequent bend/twist, push/pull, reach, and grasp
Bend at waist, twist, climb ladders, climb stairs, use of shoulders 1 hour per day
Environmental & Working Conditions:
Frequent visits to construction sites:
Frequent travel throughout Twin-Cites Metro area and out-of-town travel requiring overnight stay
Exposure to extreme temperatures
Exposure to uneven /slippery work surfaces
Exposure to noisy work environment
Exposure to heavy machinery and power tools
Climbing and balancing (ladder / scaffold) occasionally
Ability to travel by vehicle and sit for long periods of time
Navigation of uneven terrain on project sites
Internal Number: 1
About Molin Concrete Products Company
Molin Concrete Products Company is a PCI certified designer, manufacturer, and erector of precast/prestressed structural and architectural concrete products. As a single-source provider, Molin handles every aspect of design, manufacturing, and installation so your project can stay on schedule and on budget. With an unparalleled level of experience in the industry, Molin delivers top quality solutions during every stage of the construction process.