Performs a wide range of difficult-to-complex administrative activities related to finances and accounting, marketing and promotion of services, staffing and personnel operations, and discretionary activities that serve to support effective business operations. Uses considerable independent judgement in decisions that influence operations.
Directs and participates in the development and implementation of goals, objectives, policies, and procedures; directs and ensures proper coordination of all administrative affairs; and prepares agenda and documents. Develops and implements organizational and program plans; researches applicable laws, legislation, and regulations; evaluates activities and interacts with representatives of comparable firms; and implements operations systems to achieve effective workloads and workflow. Secures the services and products of outside sources such as business insurance, vehicles and equipment, and legal or other advisory/support services. Performs immediate supervision of department heads and key support staff. Monitors and evaluates accounting systems, audits of accounts, and internal control methods; establishes the method and means of determining fiscal accountability; reviews and approves accounts payable, payroll, and other financial requisitions, purchase orders, receipts, and records. Develops and revises personnel policies, rules, procedures and directives, job specifications, performance evaluation methods, and all personnel forms and records; makes hiring, performance, and disciplinary determinations; conducts staff meetings; and initiates wage increases based on meritorious performance; hears and resolves complaints, problems, grievances. Signs construction contracts, subcontracts, bid bonds, and checks. Coordinates construction equipment. Involved in all aspects of employee training and safety. Acts as company EEO officer.
Workers should be able to: communicate effectively, verbally and in writing; persuasion and negotiation of conflicts and problems; assessing operational, program, staffing, and fiscal needs; interpreting legal documents; evaluating fiscal and financial reports, forms, and data; analyzing complex written documents; working long and irregular hours, and under pressure conditions; delegating responsibility and achieving results through subordinates: look at flat drawings and understand how they would look as solid objects; have valid drivers license; and read plans and blueprints. Physically, workers should be able to: see well, speak clearly, use hands, arms and fingers fully; coordinate the movements of hands, eyes, and fingers fully; sit for long periods; move about freely; climb in and out of vehicles and equipment; stand for long periods; maintain body balances; stoop; kneel; and crouch.