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Shop Foreman

Overview:

Work closely with all project Managers, DOT and Safety personnel to ensure the safe working condition of all equipment/ fleet. This individual must embrace working with a safety first mindset have the mentality that no problem is too great to solve. Must be able to work under extreme pressure with the ability to multitask and prioritize.

Duties/ Responsibilities:

  • Will conduct regular field audits to ensure equipment and fleet are properly maintained
  • Assist Equipment Manager in prioritizing equipment maintenance
  • Make sure that all equipment and fleet are in safe working condition
  • Supervises shop and yard physical plant, including security
  • Ensure the yard is properly organized and that all deliverables are stored in the proper location
  • Work to support field operations
  • Ensure all  PM service intervals are being done on service stickers
  • Ensure all equipment on Yard has OEM decals and WI decals, and all decals are in good condition
  • Ensure oil sample tracking, including trending of potential failures
  • Shop inventory tracking and control
  • Inspect all equipment on the yard
  • Mat inventory and storage
  • Parts purchases and maintenance of the grounds
  • Be familiar with equipment service manuals and operator manuals and have the ability to find the correct part number quickly
  • Design and fabricate custom parts as needed
  • Ensure proper BMM is being followed
  • Research  and implement ways to reduce equipment/ fleet downtime
  • Have the ability to operate all equipment
  • Responsible for the uptime kits on site, as well as, monitoring stocking and adding items.
  • Insure all fuel tanks are full and equipment on the yard is ready for emergency
  • Ensure all equipment is washed and looking good on a regular basis, including paint when needed
  • Shall follow all company safety guidelines
  • Shall wear all appropriate Personal Protective Equipment ( PPE ) as required for the job duties, and insure all personal  ( In house or contract ) do as well.
  • Shall speak up and inform the crew members , contractors  or site visitors  of potential  hazards on site.

Minimum Requirements:

  • As an employee of Woodson Incorporated it will be required for you to complete work that is not in your job description and may include work that requires physical exertion in remote locations, void of sanitary facilities, in extreme weather conditions both hot and cold and precipitation, during light of day, during the night and quite possibly in flooded areas.
  • Must be able to routinely lift equipment, tools and materials in excess of or up to 40 pounds
  • Must be available to work additional hours, to work in varying or alternate locations, and/or to perform additional duties as assigned by management
  • Requires physical exertion in remote locations, void of sanitary facilities, in extreme weather conditions

Minimum education required of the position:

  • High School Degree or equivalent (preferred but not required)

Minimum experience required of the position:

  • Must have prior experience with diagnostics and repairs, involving heavy machinery, diesel engines, hydraulics, hoses, etc.
  • Must have supervisory experience
  • Three or more years operating equipment of similar types and application
  • Certified to operate all tools and equipment required to perform their assignments

Minimum knowledge, skills and abilities required of the position:

  • Must have knowledge of Microsoft Office, especially Excel, Word, and Outlook
  • Must be able to complete paperwork
  • Must have knowledge of general office equipment including, copier, fax, and scanner
  • Basic computer skills (preferred but not required)

Physical Requirements

Required to:

  • Sit for up to 4 hours
  • Squat for up to 30 minutes, or
  • Stand for up to 8 hours
  • Height for climbing – 6’ (Required to climb a ladder, stairs, or tree for up to 6’.)
  • Maximum single step height – 2’ (Required to make a maximum single step height of up to 2’ with one leg.)
  • Maximum weight carried while climbing – 30lbs (Required to carry up to 30 lbs while climbing ladder, stairs, or tree.)
  • Crawl height – 2’ (Required to be able to crawl under a 2’ crawl space.)
  • Small space/hole – 2.5’ wide (Required to be able to fit through a 2.5’ wide crawl space.)
  • Max weight single hand – 30lbs (Required to be able to lift up to 30 lbs with a single hand.)
  • Max weight both hands – 60lbs (Required to be able to lift up to 60 lbs with both hands.)
  • Max floor to waist lift – 75lbs (Required to be able to lift up to 75 lbs from the floor to the waist.)
  • Above shoulder lift – 40lbs (Required to be able to lift up to 40 lbs from the floor to above the shoulders)
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