A Roofing company is seeking a skilled field manager for Stucco projects. This position will oversee project activity, supervise work crew, confirm work quality and troubleshoot any issues.
- Review all upcoming projects with the in-house team and organize the details and necessities for:
- Locations – Façade Walls, Bulkhead & elevator Bulkhead, Inside Parapet, Bottom Balcony and Fascia Inside garage walls and ceiling, Returns, Recessed areas, etc.
- Design – Molding around windows, Cornice, Molding on façade, Grooves, Color, Stucco finish, standard/limestone etc. Brick, Stansel, etc.
- Type of insulation – Eifs, EPS, XPS, GPS.
- R-value & thickness – All depends on the type of insulation.
- Review the Square feet (takeoff) from each scope – Façade Walls, Bulkhead & elevator Bulkhead, Inside Parapet, Bottom Balcony and Fascia Inside garage walls and ceiling, Returns, Recessed areas, Molding around windows, Cornice, Molding on façade, Grooves, Color, Stucco finish, standard/limestone etc. Brick, Stansel, etc.
- Assign projects to subcontractors.
- Review the job site with contractor / foreman:
- Ensure scaffolding is safe & fully planked.
- Ensure building is fully ready to start work.
- Review the square footage of building & each scope to make sure that the job is priced accordingly. Notify the Estimator of any discrepancies.
- Communicate with Roofing manager to ensure that all preparations are ready for work to start.
- Request a quote from Stucco subcontractor, with each scope priced separately. After receiving a quote from Stucco subcontractor, review the square footage and pricing to make sure that it’s priced accordingly and that the square footage is accurate.
- Communicate between contractor & Stucco subcontractor, when to mobilize and to start the job, etc.
- During the project:
- Make sure all employees have the proper certificates and up-to-date Osha cards/ scaffold license.
- Make sure all employees have the proper harness approved by OSHA.
- Make sure all employees sign the logbook as instructed by Foreman.
- All Waterproofing must be done 100% and inspected before starting the insulation.
- Employees must be connected to the scaffolding at all times; no exceptions. Employees must wear hard had at all times.
- The day that sanding the insulation starts, ensure there are vacuum cleaners available.
- Quality Control:
- To make sure the design is followed and that the job looks nice & clean.
- Make sure all windows and doors are protected.
- Ensure proper communication between Stucco subcontractor and Foreman / GC on the job.
- Ensure work schedules are adjusted according to weather needs.
- 3+ years of related work experience.
- Must have detailed knowledge of construction project management.
- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
- Supervisory skills.
- Highly detailed oriented and efficient.
- Computer skills.
Location: Brooklyn, NY