At GF Sprague, our mission is to serve the customer, build brand, earn a good living, and have fun while doing it. Over the last 45 years, we have become leaders in the home improvement industry by continuing to reinvent ourselves in order to provide our customers with an unparalleled experience.
However, one thing has always remained the same and that is our unwavering belief in the importance of developing strong relationships with both our customers and employees. As a testament to this fact, we have customers who have been with us for over 4 decades and employees stretching over 3 generations, including some fathers and sons.
Over the years, we have come to realize that the strength of our company not only rests in the processes we have developed but also the team who fulfills them. Our most valuable resource is our employees and we acknowledge this by offering the most comprehensive benefits to attract and retain the best talent.
If this sounds like the type of team you want to be a part of take a look at the career opportunities below and see if there is a place for you at GF Sprague.
Seeking candidates for project manager in the greater Needham MA area. This is a unique opportunity for the right candidate to earn a great income, joining a company that has been serving the area for 50 years. Demand for reliable quality exterior restoration, is at an all-time high and has created an increasing supply of jobs.
COMPENSATION & BENEFITS
The Project Manager has full responsibility while the job is in progress. They are responsible for the installation to project specifications, job safety, customer relations, maintaining job records, selling change orders, bringing the job in within budget, and job quality control.
Equipment and material invoices are kept by the Project Manager. Job Costing paperwork (Inventory Control Form) are kept by the Project Manager and submitted to the Production Manager at completion of the job. The Project Manager will notify the Production Office of Change Order requirements on a daily basis. Leads from neighbors are recorded by the Project Manager and turned in to the front office on a daily basis.
Job performance and profit is most affected by the leadership shown by the Project Manager. Project manager must insure craftsmen are working in the most efficient and profitable manner. The Project Manager should be in good health, have mechanical ability, experienced in shingle, hot and single ply roofing, and maintain a valid driver’s license. The Project Manager 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. The Project Manager is a leader, accepts responsibility and reports to the Production Manager and the Production Department.
REQUIREMENTS & ATTRIBUTES
1. Report to work at the agreed time. The Project Manager should be first at the job site to get mentally prepared as to how to start the day in minimum start-up time.
2. Insure that Inventory Control Form reports daily material taken from inventory and material delivered to the job site from outside vendors, submit packing slips to Production.
3. Make sure the truck is not overloaded and equipment is properly stored on the truck for transit without damage. Ladders should not overhang the rear of the truck more than 4′ without a red flag.
4. Make sure Apprentice or Mechanic has installed the job sign.
5. At the start of the job, introduce yourself as the Project Manager to the customer. Assure them that if they have any questions, they may ask you, and tell the customer that you are responsible for their final approval of the completed work.
6. Analyze the Job:
a) Taking into consideration proximity to staging areas, possible theft, customer access to house and garage, you must determine the best place to unload and store materials.
b) Determine your best starting point considering Estimator’s diagram, a current leak which must be attended to immediately, schedule where practical in sun during the winter, in shade during the summer. In a tear off, how much can be opened and closed each day?
c) Instruct Mechanic and Apprentice where to unload and where to set up. Make sure equipment is set up safely. Have fire extinguisher placed on roof if torches are to be used. Do not allow a Mechanic or Apprentice to operate a Fusing Torch without training and supervision.
d) Plan job to be performed in the least amount of time with the most customer satisfaction.
e) Plan the job to complete at the end of day without hanging over a couple of hours the next day. Usually the couple hours end up taking half the next day, negatively affecting the budget and “Merit Bonus.”
f) Inspect all deliveries to be in the conformance with Purchase Orders and Bills of Lading. Notify Production Manager of any discrepancies.
g) Pre-Inspect, confirm all appropriate materials are on site just in case there has been an oversight. Make sure you understand the specifications and salesman’s paperwork. Determine if the Salesman correctly measured and specified by measuring the entire job before starting. Determine if there is a shortage on the front end, rather than unexpectedly running out of material or equipment.
h) Is there rotted decking the Estimator did not uncover? Does the customer need new gutters or additional ventilation, which are not part of the specifications? If there’s a problem report it to the Production Manager.
7. Load materials onto the roof for ONE day’s production. Excess material must be unloaded or positively secured each night to prevent blow-offs.
8. Make sure the Apprentice or Mechanic is keeping the property neat. A Project Manager should not be “Too Big” ‘to help in the cleanup, but his time should be invested in leadership, planning and production.
9. End of Day: Make sure equipment is disassembled and locked in a secure place. All trash picked up. Anticipate material and equipment needs two days in advance. Write down any problems to be discussed with the Production Manager. Maintain daily inventory of materials and equipment.
10. Make absolutely sure the job is 100% watertight every night. Project Manager is entirely responsible for all interior water or file damage due to roof replacement procedures.
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Job Type: Full-time
Experience: Experience Required
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