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Primary Purpose:           

Manages treatment plant construction including water treatment plants, wastewater treatment plants and pump stations.


Typical Duties:                               

Responsible for writing and signing purchase orders; writing subcontracts; obtaining shop drawings and submitting to owner for approval; expedites surplus material from yard back to jobsite: job cost coding and analysis; and job progress schedule chart.  Prepares superintendent folder that consists of copy of purchase orders, subcontracts, project schedule, chart, cost codes, and telephone numbers.  Keeps Supervisor advised of equipment and personnel requirements for project.  Coordinates the personnel requirements for project; assigns equipment to project; coordinates schedule of material deliveries to jobsite; is aware of safety, OSHA, and hazardous waste requirements for project; coordinates insurance claims; purchases small tools for projects; prepares change orders; prepares monthly pay estimates; prepares subcontractor's pay estimates; codes all invoices related to project; reviews coded time sheets, equipment reports, and daily reports - makes corrections if necessary; coordination and correspondence with project owner and engineer; project safety and employee training.  Perform other duties as assigned.                                                                                         



Workers should be able to:  work within standards of accuracy; rate information using standards which can be measured or checked; compare and see differences in size, shape, and form lines, figures, and objects; look at flat drawings or pictures and understand how they would look as solid objects; read plans and blueprints; communicate effectively; have valid drivers license; and have ability to organize and prioritize.  Physically, workers should be able to:  see well; use hands, arms and fingers fully; coordinate the movements of hands, eyes, and fingers fully; sit or stand for long periods; use legs fully; climb and maintain balance on ladders and scaffolding; stoop; kneel; crouch; bend; climb in and out vehicles and equipment; coordinate the use of hands, feet, and eyes; walk jobs which requires crossing fences, climbing hills, wading streams, and crossing swamps; and maintain body balances.