GENERAL FOREMAN / SUPERINTENDENT – OTHER

Thursday, 16 June 2016 00:00
Title: General Foreman/Superintendent
Location: Nationwide
  
Wilson Construction Company has openings for team oriented General Foremen/Superintendents with a solid background and work history in Electrical Overhead Transmission/ Distribution projects.
 
The General Foreman/Superintendent will be responsible for overseeing day to day operations of crew(s) on transmission utility line construction projects and will work closely with project management staff in the field and headquarters office.  General Foreman/Superintendent Responsibilities also include the processing of paperwork associated with the crew, customer, and project. 
 

General Foreman/Superintendent Requirements include: 

  • General Computer skills;
  • Ability to communicate effectively with all levels of staff and personality types;
  • Ability to manage crew productively, efficiently, and provide coaching for safe working conditions;
  • Ability to read maps, design drawings and wiring diagrams;
  • Current 1st Aid/CPR Certification;
  • Must have current CDL and maintain valid driver license;
  • Willingness to work outside, travel, and work OT when required; and
  • Must be able to pass post-offer, and random drug screening tests.
 

Wilson Construction Co. is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

Smoke & drug free environment.  Successful candidates will be required to pass post-offer drug tests.

No phone calls please.
No agency referrals please.

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