Performs inspection, maintenance, and/or restoration of utility
infrastructure. Responsible for the direct supervision of field
crews while planning, organizing, and coordinating daily field
operations for various job types. Must be at least 21 years of
Perform work according to standard work practices, procedures,
and customer specifications, including but not limited to
excavating soil, inspecting structures, applying preservatives
and/or coatings, installing steel trusses, and restoring the job
site to its original condition.
Maintain good customer and public relations by maintaining a
professional appearance, being courteous, and communicating in a
clear, respectful manner
Maintain a positive company image, including the appearance of
the crew, vehicles, and work areas.
Hire, train, motivate and supervise a crew of up to ten (10)
employees of diverse backgrounds and skill levels
Effectively manage daily work and crew to meet safety, quality,
production, expense control, and crew management goals.
Organize resources and prioritize work to complete job within
established time frame.
Operate vehicles to transport material, equipment, and crew to
and from job site-including utility vehicles (UTVs) and trailer
towing as needed
Collect, record, and submit accurate, complete and timely data
related to timekeeping, payroll, and work performed.
Promote and enforce safety by conducting daily briefings, weekly
safety meetings, ensuring safe work practices are followed,
monitoring and maintaining tool condition, and ensuring all drivers
of company vehicles are qualified through company programs.
Properly maintain all vehicles, equipment, and tools used by the
Maintain adequate inventory of equipment, tools, materials, and
Enforce and comply with all company and/or customer-required
policies and procedures, including but not limited to crew member
coaching, disciplinary action, a Drug and Alcohol-Free Workplace,
prohibition of harassment, discrimination, and retaliation.
Integrity and Respect: Conducts work with honesty, integrity,
and humility to build trust and gain respect; can be trusted to "do
the right thing"; treats others with respect; accepts and values
differences; takes responsibility, admits mistakes, and seeks
assistance when needed.
Action-Oriented: Enjoys physically challenging and demanding
outdoor work; self-starter, motivated, and independent worker; able
to balance competing priorities while achieving results.
Directing Others: Establishes and clearly communicates
expectations and work direction; challenges others to go beyond
minimum expectations; distributes the workload appropriately and
provides needed resources; maintains open communications and
provides coaching and feedback on performance.
Hiring and Staffing: Hires the best available people-does not
"settle"; predicts future staffing needs and prepares in advance;
always on the look-out for potential candidates and
enthusiastically and accurately "markets" job opportunities;
encourages, develops, and advances current staff; leads and coaches
others to be successful and productive by clearly communicating
Drive for Results: Consistent performer; seeks-and encourages
others-to exceed expectations and goals; able to meet production
expectations, milestones, and goals, while being mindful of safety
quality, and compliance.
Education and/or Experience:
High school diploma or general education degree (GED); possess
some specialized training or at least three (3) months of related
work experience. Must successfully complete all aspects of a three
(3) to eight (8) week Foreman Training Program, covering
administration, crew management, pesticide application, safety, and
driver qualification. The length of training is dependent on the
profit center and/or type of service.
Certificates, Licenses, and/or Registrations:
Must possess a valid state driver's license with no DUI/DWI
convictions within the previous five (5) years. This period may be
reduced to two (2) years if the applicant provides evidence of
completing a state-certified rehabilitation course provided, there
are no additional moving violations in this two (2) year period.
Ability to maintain First Aid and CPR certifications (e.g.,
American Heart Associate, Red Cross). May be required to obtain (or
work under) a state pesticide applicator license. May be required
to obtain and pass a DOT medical exam.
Ability to effectively communicate using e-mail, read and follow
maps, understand and follow complex procedures and specifications,
and utilize a handheld data collection device (e.g., tablet or
handheld computer). Must have strong computer skills and the
technical aptitude to learn Osmose software applications. Must have
the ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of
measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals.
Ability to compute rate, ratio, and percent and to draw and
interpret bar graphs.
Ability to effectively present information in one-on-one and
small group situations to customers and other employees of the
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is
regularly required to stand and walk. They must have full range of
mobility in upper and lower body. The employee is frequently
required to sit; reach with hands and arms; climb or balance;
stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl; talk; hear. The employee must
regularly lift and/or move up to 50 pounds and occasionally lift
and/or move up to 100 pounds.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee may
routinely handle and/or apply preservatives, coatings, and/or other
chemical substances. The position regularly works in outdoor
conditions that include inclement weather, heat and humidity, cold
and freezing temperatures, and exposure to poisonous plants,
insects, and allergens. The employee may also be exposed to
energized electrical equipment and will be required to take
appropriate precautions. The noise level in the work environment is
usually moderate with short periods of loud noise exceeding 85
Varies by customer and/or location, and can include frequent
Monday through Friday overnight travel throughout one or more
states. Extended work weeks and overtime hours are probable during
peak work periods or for specific jobs. Must maintain consistent
attendance record and be available for work Monday through