IDEX Field Manager in Londonderry, New Hampshire
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The Field Manager 1 is responsible for the direct supervision of 2-4 field crews, for the professional and technical development of those field crews and for the quality and safety of the field work performed.
Ensure the quality and safety of the field work performed by direct reports meets standards. Utilize Safety Work Instruction and Safety Policies, Procedures and Safe Work Practices to effectively manage operations and direct reports.
Ensure daily production rates as outlined in project work plans are consistently met or exceeded.
Ensure the field work performed by direct reports is performed according to current published standard procedures and work instructions by performing field audits and site inspections. Develop site safety plans as required.
Works with suppliers, vendors, and project managers to maintain proper inventories of field related equipment.
Ensure direct reports have all necessary equipment and tools to perform their work in the most efficient and safe manner according to the most current published procedures. Ensure safety assets are properly tracked and managed.
Ensure the proper care and maintenance of all company assets assigned to field crews under direct supervision.
Develop and execute daily and weekly schedules for each field crew according to the project work plan.
Stay in contact with each field crew during the course of the business day.
Track rework, utilization and productivity by crew for each day. Provide Project Manager with weekly reports summarizing crew production and rework indexed against work plan production rates.
Responsible for the professional, safety, and technical development of the field crews under direct supervision.
Provide the Data Analyst with the appropriate inputs for flow monitoring sites in accordance with the most current Data Analysis work instruction.
Routinely interacts with customers during all field-related phases of projects.
Develop site safety plans and perform project safety planning as needed.
Perform routine team safety meetings and safety stand-downs.
Perform worksite observations and field audits.
Demonstrate firm understanding of hydraulics and quality data and provide training to all levels of Engineering Field Technicians to ensure quality data collection.
Other duties and responsibilities as assigned.
Employee must complete ADS safety certification to Level 3 at a minimum and exhibit an expert understanding of all field operations. This employee will function as a Field Manager in flow monitoring operations. Certification in the Field Management Core modules should be completed. Additional training may be required as other needs arise.
Prerequisites: Qualified candidate must be able to successfully pass a drug screen and background check, hold a valid driver's license, full ADS safety certification, certification in the ADS Core Flow Monitoring modules, Flow Monitor Site Investigations certification, OSHA 10 hour certification, and Safety Training Coordinator certification.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent work experience preferred
Good verbal and written communication skill required
Proven problem-solving ability is required
Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
Ability to build relationships and work well across functions
Able to multi-task with proven ability to meet deadlines
Ability to travel to field sites
Bend, twist, pull, lift and carry loads of up to 60 pounds as needed
Physical and cognitive ability necessary to do confined space entry and perform rescue operations when necessary
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Job Family: Operations
Business Unit: ADS