Builds and develops the formation of strategic processes, procedures and plans to support the strategic direction and vision of the organization. Responsible for successful construction operations and maximizing operating results. Formulates and implements company construction and special projects policies and procedures according to corporate standards. Conducts studies to clarify and correct procedural and operational problems. Reviews the feasibility of new or revised systems and procedures, and oversees audits to insure compliance with established standards. Has the responsibility and authority to ensure that all jobs meet the company's quality standards.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Reviews daily operations, and directs managers to carry out needed operations strategies, establish personnel requirements and short and long range goals for each project. Works closely with managers to address construction/production problems so production is not adversely affected.
Drafts contract and subcontracts. Reviews and negotiates contracts with clients.
Maintains administrative oversight on all projects, safety program, purchase orders and material procurement, contract reconciliation, submittals, schedules, electronic and paper files, mitigation plans, claims avoidance, strategy documents, staffing in office and field, change order pricing and settlements, budget reconciliation, prefab planning and implementation, RFI and response process, cash flow management and prompt project closeout.
Trains and enforces policies and goals.
Develops leaders with problem resolution capabilities to facilitate faster improvements and understands and meets customer expectations.
Defines and recommends objectives; develops specific short and long range plans and programs together with supporting budget requests.
Establishes operations initiatives for improvement in safety, quality and employee relations.
Insures that all work practices are environmentally sound and in compliance with environmental laws and government regulations.
Develops, implements, and monitors quality control standards and procedures consistent with corporate objectives. Directs the corporate Total Quality Management (TQM) program.
Directs the preparation of specifications for purchase of supplies and materials as to quality, quantity, delivery and service required. Reviews all Purchase Orders and Subcontracts for accuracy, technical correctness, grammar and punctuation.
Encourages and directs various programs to promote effective communications, teamwork and employee involvement, such as team projects and decision making, leadership selection, problem solving, cross-training. Encourages an atmosphere of trust and open communication with employees.
Protects and conserves the company's assets. Responsible for financial overview of construction operations. Conducts monthly financial review of projects and make adjustments when necessary
Promotes employee development programs: cross-training, career development and performance management, continuing education -- to maintain an organization with breadth and depth sufficient to attain objectives.
Promotes organizational development programs: continuous process improvement, process innovation, cost of quality evaluation, team management and employee involvement.
Enforces all policies and procedures in a timely and consistent manner.
Provides direction while developing and maintaining communication, delegation of responsibility and delegation of authority.
Initiates and maintains liaison with prime client and A/E contacts to facilitate positive relationships and communication.
Work with owners to ensure satisfaction throughout the extent of the project.
Must have demonstrated effective leadership skills, managerial and supervisory; effective team management, communications and interpersonal skills. Possesses excellent organizational and analytical skills is a necessity.
Demonstrated ability to interface with all departments: accounting, human resources, safety, purchasing, etc.
Ability to plan, organize and manage multiple priorities.
Education and Experience:
B.S. or M.S. in construction engineering or electrical engineering. 15+ years of solid, well-rounded background in commercial/industrial construction, specifically electrical subcontracting, with progressive leadership responsibility. Experience includes supervising hourly and salaried employees.
Ludvik Electric Co., incorporated in Colorado in 1980, has completed over $1 Billion of electrical installations both nationally and abroad....