Masonry Foreman

Fick Bros Roofing & Exterior Remodeling
Baltimore, MD
Aug 08, 2018
Aug 17, 2018
Specialty Trades
Full Time
Who We Are: The Fick family has been in the roofing business since 1915. The original Fick roofing company, Edward G. Fick & Sons, was founded by John P. Fick and remained in operation through the 1970′s. Brothers John R. and Joseph A. Fick started The Fick Bros.Roofing Company in 1949. Today, Fick Bros. is owned and managed by the third and fourth generations, Joseph A. Fick, Jr. and his son, J. Patrick Fick. Foreman Position Description: The Foreman is "THE MAN ON THE JOB", with full responsibility while the job is in progress. The following is a brief outline of the Foreman's Job Summary. 1. Seeing that the installation is completed to project specifications. 2. Implementing and upholding job safety. 3. Customer relations, complete customer satisfaction 4. Checking estimator's quantities. 5. Maintaining job records 6. Documenting change orders 7. Payroll reporting and verification 8. Material requisitions and proper inventory control 9. Bringing the job within budget 10. Job quality control. Responsibilities: The Foreman is responsible for the following: 1. Time Sheets are kept by the Foreman. 2. Job paperwork, accurate labor and material forms are kept by the Foreman and submitted to the Field Supervisor everyday. 3. The Foreman will notify the Field Supervisor of Change Order requirements on a daily basis. 4. Leads from neighbors are recorded by the foreman and turned into the Field Supervisor on a daily basis. 5. The Foreman's job is one of resourcefulness and anticipation. He should analyze the job to determine: a. Determine the best starting point. (See Estimator's diagram). b. Fully understand job specifications. c. Anticipate problems and correct them before they slow down the Mechanics, Support Technicians, and Apprentices or the job progress. d. Correct material shortages 2 days in advance to avoid job performance slow down. A 24-hour answering service is provided to assist in this effort 410-889-5586 ext.116. e. Report time for Mechanics, Support Technicians, & Apprentices f. Make recommendations for specification, Change Orders or improvements to the Field Supervisor. If the Foreman encounters an inadequate response by the Field Supervisor, it is his responsibility to notify the Production Manager. g. Train his crew in safe working practices and Fick Bros Safety Procedures. The foreman works with his head and hands making sure the job is running smoothly and all crew in his command are working efficiently. Education, Knowledge and Skills 1. All Foremen must acquire a minimum of 24 hours Customer Service, Leadership/Teamwork/Management training per year. 2. All Foremen must attend CCN quarterly conferences when requested by management. 3. All Foremen must have a valid Maryland driver's license. 4. Steep Roofing Foreman MUST be a Certified CertainTeed Master Shingle Applicator. 5. BUR Roofing Foreman MUST be Torch Certified. 6. A Foreman should be in good health, have mechanical ability, experienced in shingle, sheet metal, BUR and single ply roofing. 7. The ability to work with others and lead by example is essential. 8. A Foreman should know the operation and function of each piece of equipment on the job and how to maintain the equipment for continual operation during the day without breakdowns. Foreman should have a complete set of tools as outlined in the following list. 9. A Foreman is a leader, accepts responsibility, and reports to the project Foreman, Field Supervisor and Production Manager. If you have had any of the following positions, we want to hear from you: commercial masonry foreman, residential masonry foreman, masonry foreman, construction foreman, bricklayer foreman, mason foreman, general masonry foreman, masonry superintendent