SBA Communications 28 reviews - Indianapolis, IN

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Summary: Manage construction/colocation process to produce quality sites to customer specifications within the timeframe and budget required by planning, coordinating and managing multiple projects while supervising field employees and subcontractors. Act as on site representative to client with responsibility for ensuring all requirements are clearly communicated to internal team and met within budget and timeframes specified. Essential Duties Responsibilities: In conjunction with Territory Construction Manager and/or Field Operations Manager, plan, schedule, prioritize and organize material deliveries, equipment, manpower and subcontractors in a manner ensuring that projects progress in an efficient and productive manner. Consider company priorities and customer expectations in all decisions. Remain knowledgeable and up-to-date on customer specifications and train employees to produce quality sites, which meet or exceed customer expectations. Inspect job sites daily to ensure construction is performed in accordance with plans, and specifications, and that customer and SBA Network Services, Inc.'s quality standards are met. Immediately implement corrective action for any deficiencies identified. Maintain and enforce all SBA Network Services, Inc. and OSHA safety practices, perform daily job site safety inspections. Immediately stop work on any site where unsafe work practices or conditions exist, regardless of who is performing the work. Conduct weekly job site safety meetings with all employees and subcontractors. Submit report to safety officer on topics discussed and names of those in attendance. Troubleshoot field issues including employee problems, customer concerns, and subcontractor problems and scheduling issues. Document corrective actions initiated, inform Territory Construction Manager, Project Manager and/or Field Operations Manager of any issues not immediately resolved. Inspect subcontractors' work daily ensuring it meets design criteria and quality standards. Ensure that all subcontracted work progresses according to schedule. Immediately notify Project Manager of any schedule, quality or budget impacting issues that cannot be resolved with subcontractor. Perform final inspection on completed work and have any deficiencies corrected, prior to subcontractor demobilizing from site. Interface with client's representative on job site to resolve issues, schedule customer provided equipment deliveries and ensure total customer satisfaction. Maintain with subordinates open communication and respond, if possible, or convey their needs and concerns to appropriate office personnel. Accurately record hours worked and description of work performed for each employee. Submit to payroll daily. Monitor total hours worked on each phase of construction, ensuring that projects are performed within budgeted man hours. Identify negative budget variances and implement corrective actions to prevent the same occurrence on future projects. Notify estimating department and Project Manager immediately upon identifying a phase of construction, which cannot be performed within budget. Complete annual an end of probation personnel evaluations are required. Notify manager of staffing and equipment needs. Remain abreast of new technology and changes in building codes, construction practices, and safety practices. Ensure job site safety and security; i.e., open excavations, un-fenced towers, tools and equipment left on site. Provide manager and customer representative with daily status report as required. Review proposed site locations and determine whether Estimating needs to adjust bid for site preparation, mobilization, etc. Throughout the course of construction, document compliance with project requirements by: Maintaining a photographic record Performing compaction tests Performing concrete break tests Performing megger tests Completing as-built drawings Completing grounding Provide documentation to Project Manager for preparation of submittals to client. Coordinate delivery of concrete, stone, tower, building, etc. with vendors/Project Manager. Prior to starting construction, confirm site layout and staking to ensure correct setbacks, tower orientation and tower anchor distances. Ensure underground utilities have been identified and properly marked. Ensure company vehicles and equipment are being properly operated and maintained. Immediately report any vehicle accident or workplace injury to company Safety Officer. Must be able to work overtime to include Saturdays, Sundays and evening hours Perform other related duties as required to ensure a safe workplace, quality construction and timely completion of each project. Supervisory Responsibilities: Foreman Apprentice Journeyman Independent Contractors Education and/or Experience: BA/BS preferred, High School diploma or GED required. 3+ years of construction or equipment installation experience, wireless telecom preferred. Ability to effectively lead a crew to the completion of and in conformance with schedule, customer requirements, and budget guidelines. Must be computer proficient, having demonstrated intermediate knowledge and ability to work with MS Word and Excel. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Good planning and organizational skills to balance and prioritize work. Certificates, Licenses, Registrations: Valid Driver's License, CDL preferred. OSHA 10Hr Safety Course preferred. Adult First Aid / CPR preferred. Physical Demands: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Ability to hear, understand, and respond appropriately to verbal requests made in person and over the telephone. Visual ability correctable to 20/20. Ability to operate a vehicle for long distances approximately for 9-10 hours per day. Walking eighty percent of the day. Ability to correspond verbally, in writing or in electronic format in an understandable, professional manner. Manual dexterity to input data into the computer, the ten key calculator and operate a fax and or copier. Ability to stoop and bend. Ability to lift up to 50 pounds. Ability to walk, stand and climb. Ability to twist, turn, pull, and push. Ability to work 60-hour week on a consistent basis. Extensive overnight travel required. Work Environment: The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. To be successful in this position, one must posses the ability to work near mechanical parts, in high, precarious places, and in outdoor weather conditions. This position also carries the risk of electrical shock and radiation. The typical work environment typically includes very loud noise levels equivalent to earth moving equipment and jackhammers.

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SBA Communications Corporation (SBA), is an independent owner and operator of wireless communications towers. The Company holds all the...