Supervisor of Utility Coordination Group
- The Supervisor of the Utility Coordination Group will oversee all services offered by Damage Prevention Services, Utility Locating, Private Locating, Utility Mapping, and Utility Coordination.
- Drive operational management goals among the team.
- Ensure contract expectations are met.
- Maintain company standards for budgets including labor/overtime and supply and field costs.
- Oversee the damage prevention efforts in all divisions.
- Assist with training regarding company expectations to all management and personnel.
- Interact with designated client representatives.
- Engage in direct daily reporting of staffing and resource allocation with your team.
- Ensure all training meets NULCA and company safety guidelines.
- Suggest employee development plans to State Manager
- Develop processes and procedures that will support the team’s safety, quality, and efficiency.
- Ensure reporting is being delivered per contractual obligations/expectations.
- Attend client meetings as required.
- Engage in scheduled team calls and provide support to field meetings.
- Provide operational and staffing support outside operational footprint.
- Other duties as assigned.
- Strong attention to detail
- Passion for accuracy
- Self-motivated to manage the team in the field and at times remotely.
- Ability to create successful relationships with peers, employees, and clients.
Education and Experience:
- High school diploma or equivalent required
- Minimum two years of proven successful experience in utilities.
- Must possess a clear understanding of underground utility construction.
- Must have proven locate and leadership skills.
- Excellent oral and written communication skills and ability to work with people.
- Class E Valid Driver’s License required.
- Must have physical strength, balance, hand-eye coordination, and stamina necessary to complete jobs in various areas.
- Must be able to lift and carry up to 80 pounds and push and/or pull 50-pound loads at a time.
- Must be able to stand and walk up to eight hours per day and climb multiple sets of stairs while carrying materials weighing between 40 and 60 pounds.
- Must be able to ride in a vehicle up to four hours to travel to and from job sites.
- Must be able to work in different temperatures and changing weather conditions.
- Must be able to traverse and inspect all areas of jobsite in all types of weather; this may include walking, climbing, reaching, bending, crawling, or stretching.
- Exposure to characteristic construction site dangers.
- Must have flexibility in scheduling to meet the needs of the business.