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VICE PRESIDENT - CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT

 

Primary Purpose:                                          Plans, directs, and coordinates activities dealing with equipment and Monroe shop.  Advises, makes recommendations, and assists in the formulation of goals and objectives; and exercises independent judgement in the course of carrying out overall responsibilities.

 

Typical Duties:                

Develops staffing plan and establishes work plan and schedules for all of shop personnel; assigns, monitors, and evaluates the work of shop personnel; interviews, orients, and trains new staff; makes recommendations on wages increases, discipline, and other employment-related decisions affecting staff; and proposes changes to the level or type of staff required for effective operations.

 

Responsible for all company equipment inventory; equipment maintenance; and equipment repairs.  Knowledgeable and enforces OSHA requirements on equipment.   Responsible for equipment rental cost per job.  Purchases all small tools for Monroe shop.  Assists President with quotes and requirements for large equipment.  Responsible for upkeep of Monroe office yard and buildings.  Assists in coordination of major equipment moves with President and Department Heads.  Establishes equipment insurance requirements and assists in coordination of Insurance claims.  Responsible for all shop personnel training and safety. Responsible for designating Forklift Service Man and certifying Forklift Operators.  Must be adept in the activities of mechanics.

 

Requirements:                 

Workers should be able to:  work within standards of accuracy; rate information using standards, which can be checked or measured; have valid drivers license; follow and give oral and written instructions and technical information.  Physically, workers should be able to:  see well; use hands, arms, and fingers fully; coordinate the movements of eyes, hands, and fingers fully; stoop; kneel; crouch; lift and carry object weighing up to 100 pounds; stand or walk for long periods; sit for long periods; bend; climb in and out of vehicles and equipment; maintain body balances; and use legs fully.​