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MAJOR FUNCTION
The Project Engineer’s overall function is to provide field engineering/QC to the project. His / her main responsibility will be to assist the Project Manager and the Superintendent with the technical aspects of the project. This includes, but is not limited to field engineering, QC, submittals, bidding, estimating, costing, purchasing materials and invoicing. The Project Engineer will also consult/coordinate QC procedures and staffing of QC Specialists with the Project manager. The Project Engineer reports to Project Management.

SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO

  • Embrace Odin’s Core Values in all aspects of the job
  • Implementing a site Quality Control program that adheres to Odin’s SOP’s, project specifications, and approved work plans.
  • Developing/implementing training for QC personnel onsite.
  • Manage, interpret, and perform site surveying.
  • Perform QC testing on projects.
  • Perform field engineering which may include surveying, as-builts, reading blueprints, and manage REIs
  • Project Engineer should have functional computer skills (Microsoft Excel, Word; digitizer; AutoCAD, other programs), for scheduling, quantities, take off and calculations.
  • Assisting Project Manager with estimating and bidding projects.
  • Assist with the management of subcontractors.
  • Assisting Project Manager with submittals, purchasing of materials, costing, production tracking and invoicing on projects.
  • Collaborates with project staff to create a strategic action plan and cost estimates of materials, time, labor, and other resources required to complete the project.
  • Recommends and/or analyzes materials, equipment, and practices used in the project.
  • Assesses the competence, capabilities, resources, and financial status of vendors.
  • Supervises progress of development project.
  • Compares the actual cost of development project to estimates.
  • Collaborates with design group to change plans if problems arise.
  • Analyzes equipment, systems, processes, and systems to identify modifications to improve efficiency, increase quality, and reduce costs.
  • Prepares periodic progress and cost reports for leadership.
  • Ensures compliance with codes, guidelines, best practices, and policies.
  • Collaborates with the operations department to identify and troubleshoot problems.
  • Collaborates with project engineers from other plans to share problems and solutions.


SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE, QUALIFICATIONS, & EXPERIENCE

  • Candidates must possess a relevant four-year degree from an accredited university.
    • Fields include but are not limited to: Earth and Mineral Sciences, Geology, Hydrology, Hydrogeology, Civil Engineering, Technology, Construction Management, Environmental Resources Management, Environmental Engineering, or any other environmentally related or construction-related field.
    • Also, several years’ experience performing QC/engineering functions accompanied by a four-year (non-industry related) degree will also be considered by Odin Management.
  • The Project Engineer is responsible for following/implementing designated QA/QC’s SOPs and project requirements in the field and reporting problems related to quality to management.
    • The Project Engineer has the authority to “stop work” in the event safety and/or QC conflicts ensue. Additional authority, with respect to submittals, costing, etc., will vary according to project difficulty, size, and complexity.
  • Must be highly detail-oriented with solid analytical and problem-solving skills and desire to be a team player.
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite or related software.
  • Excellent time management skills with a proven ability to meet deadlines.

 

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

  • Ability to communicate orally and in writing with vendors, management, and other coworkers, both individually and in front of a group
  • Regular use of the telephone and email for communication is essential
  • Sitting for extended periods of time is common
  • Hearing, vision, and speaking within normal ranges is essential for normal conversations, to receive ordinary information, and to prepare or inspect documents
  • No heavy lifting is expected, though exertion of up to 25 pounds of force may occasionally be required
  • Good manual dexterity for the use of common office equipment such as computers, calculator, copiers, and fax machines
  • Good reasoning ability is important, must be able to understand and utilize management reports, memos, and other documents to conduct business
  • Primarily a site position. Site visits and field project visits are required. Travel to offices and projects in various locations around the country as needed. The following physical activities are often, but not always, associated with site visits:
    • Must be able to stand or walk on a project site for extended durations
    • When on project sites or if performing some types of work or activities, must wear all required Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) including, but not limited to earplugs, protective eyewear, gloves, hard hat, steel-toed work boots, and high visibility safety apparel.


WORK ENVIRONMENT:

This job is primarily performed in the field on a construction site. Occasionally, an in-office setting will be required.

The following environmental/atmospheric working conditions are commonly, but not always, associate with the performance of this position. The actual working conditions will vary.

  • Job site environment, including, but not limited to, machines, tools, heavy equipment, chemicals, solvents, dust, and fumes
  • Occasional exposure to extreme weather conditions
  • Uneven ground


The above job description is meant to describe the general nature and level of work being performed; it is not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required for the position. Employees will be required to follow any other job-related duties requested by their supervisor. All job requirements are subject to possible modification to reasonably accommodate individuals with disabilities. Some requirements may exclude individuals who pose a direct threat or significant risk to the health and safety of themselves or other employees.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, protected veteran status, disability status, age, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, marital status, citizenship, HIV/AIDS status, or any other legally protected factor.

MAJOR FUNCTION
The primary responsibility of a Project Manager is to manage each project assigned to him/her according to Odin’s corporate philosophy of safe, quality production and client satisfaction while securing the most favorable economic outcome for Odin. The Project Manager will understand and comply with published Company policy and procedures.

Reports to the respective Regional Manager. The Project Manager will coordinate labor and equipment with the Vice President of Operations for the selection, assignment and utilization of job supervisors, foremen, engineers, health and safety officers, and workers

SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO
Generally, field operations will be coordinated with the Regional Operations Manager and all other activities are coordinated with the Project Manager.  Specific responsibilities are detailed below:

Provide initial client contact to assess scope of work and resources required to successfully complete project.

  • Prepare complete estimate for selected project with detailed review of proposal specifications, drawings, takeoff information, contracting, and the like.
  • Supervise total construction effort to ensure project is constructed in accordance with design, budget and schedule. Includes interfacing with client representatives, AE representatives, other contractors, etc.
  • Plan, coordinate and supervise onsite functions (scheduling, engineering, material control, and may provide day-to-day direction of onsite administrative staff in accounting, purchasing, etc.).
  • Provide technical assistance, i.e., interpretation of drawings, recommending construction methods and equipment, etc., as required. Initiate and maintain extra work estimating and issuance of change orders.
  • Assume responsibility contractual performance of the project.
  • Perform additional assignments per Supervisor’s direction


SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE, QUALIFICATIONS, & EXPERIENCE
Education and experience include: 4-year engineering degree or equivalent combinations of technical training and/or related experience. Minimum of eight years construction management, estimating, and/or craft supervision experience in similar facility construction. Thorough knowledge of all aspects of construction (technology, equipment, methods); craft agreements, jurisdiction, negotiations; engineering, estimating, schedules and safety required. Excellent communication, organizational and supervisory skills essential. The ideal candidate will be highly detail-oriented with solid analytical and problem-solving skills and desire to be a team player.

Please send your resume and cover letter to HR@odinenv.com

Odin will not accept unsolicited resumes from any source other than directly from a candidate. Any unsolicited resumes sent to Odin, including unsolicited resumes sent to an Odin mailing address, fax machine, or email address, directly to Odin employees or to Odin’s resume database will be considered Odin property. Odin will NOT pay a fee for any placement resulting from the receipt of an unsolicited resume. Odin will consider any candidate for whom an Agency has submitted an unsolicited resume to have been referred by the Agency free of any charges or fees. Agencies must obtain advance written approval from Odin’s Human Resources Manager to submit resumes, and then only in conjunction with a valid, fully executed contract for service and in response to a specific job opening. Odin will not pay a fee to any Agency that does not have such an agreement in place. Agency agreements will only be valid if in writing and signed by Odin’s Vice President of Contracts or his/ her designee. No other Odin employee is authorized to bind Odin to any agreement regarding the placement of candidates by Agencies

MAJOR FUNCTION

This person has the lead authority at the project site. II is his/her responsibility to manage each project assignment according to Odin’s corporate philosophy of safe, quality production. While he/she may delegate tasks to others, all day-to-day activities are his/her responsibility.

Reports to the Regional Operations Manager and the Project Manager.

SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO:

  • Embrace Odin’s Core Values in all aspects of the job
  • Generally, field operations will be coordinated with the Regional Operations Manager and all other activities are coordinated with the Project Manager. Specific responsibilities are detailed below:
  • Hires and fires labor – Responsible for labor productivity and the installed cost of the work.
  • Onsite coordination of subcontractors which includes monitoring their progress, productivity, quantities for unit price work, and protect against claims.
  • Contract Administration – Since he/she is our onsite representative, he/she must have complete knowledge of the contract and all related documents. If there is ever any doubt, he/she consults with the Project Manager.
  • Completes all required paperwork on a timely basis – at least once per week.
    • Daily Supervisors Report
    • Time sheets including cost codes
    • Incident reports
    • Owned Equipment
    • Rented Equipment
    • Incorporated Materials
    • Supplies & Miscellaneous
    • Extra Work Force Account (including authorized signature)
    • Rapid Letters
    • Weekly Job Cost/Income Summary
    • Field Cost Reports
    • Schedule
    • Safety Meeting
    • Other as required
  • Extra work and claim documentation.
  • Maintain a written project diary which will contain along with other pertinent information, the nature and extent of delays, deviations from the approved plan, and any other job site conditions such as inclement weather, labor shortages, equipment breakdowns or later material deliveries that may serve as the basis for a change order or claim.
  • Day-to-day purchasing activities in accordance with budget restraints and company signature authority.
  • Be fully aware of the project budget and to work within that budget.
  • Submit approved progress and invoice pay quantities to the Project Manager on a timely basis.
  • Responsible for the maintenance of a safe and healthful work environment, OSHA compliance, and incident reports.


SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE, QUALIFICATIONS, & EXPERIENCE:

  • Educational and experience requirements include: 4-year engineering degree or equivalent combinations of technical training and/or experience.
  • Minimum of eight years supervisory experience in similar facility construction technology, methods, equipment, tools, and work procedures required.
  • Advanced understanding of construction scheduling, cost control and ability to control and supervise large groups essential.
  • Good problem-solving/decision-making skills


PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

  • Ability to communicate orally and in writing with vendors, management, and other coworkers, both individually and in front of a group
  • Regular use of the telephone and email for communication is essential
  • Sitting for extended periods of time is common
  • Hearing, vision, and speaking within normal ranges is essential for normal conversations, to receive ordinary information, and to prepare or inspect documents
  • No heavy lifting is expected, though exertion of up to 25 pounds of force may occasionally be required
  • Good manual dexterity for the use of common office equipment such as computers, calculator, copiers, and fax machines
  • Good reasoning ability is important, must be able to understand and utilize management reports, memos, and other documents to conduct business
  • Primarily a site position. Site visits and field project visits are required. Travel to offices and projects in various locations around the country as needed. The following physical activities are often, but not always, associated with site visits:
    • Must be able to stand or walk on a project site for extended durations
    • When on project sites or if performing some types of work or activities, must wear all required Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) including, but not limited to: earplugs, protective eyewear, gloves, hard hat, steel-toed work boots, and high visibility safety apparel.


WORK ENVIRONMENT:

This job is primarily performed outdoors on a construction site and may have a main office they report to.

The following environmental/atmospheric working conditions are commonly, but not always, associate with the performance of this position. The actual working conditions will vary.

  • Job site environment, including, but not limited to, machines, tools, heavy equipment, chemicals, solvents, dust, and fumes
  • Occasional exposure to extreme weather conditions
  • Uneven ground

The above job description is meant to describe the general nature and level of work being performed; it is not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required for the position. Employees will be required to follow any other job-related duties requested by their supervisor. All job requirements are subject to possible modification to reasonably accommodate individuals with disabilities. Some requirements may exclude individuals who pose a direct threat or significant risk to the health and safety of themselves or other employees.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, protected veteran status, disability status, age, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, marital status, citizenship, HIV/AIDS status, or any other legally protected factor.

MAJOR FUNCTION

Provides Corporate Estimating Support to all districts. Estimating managers are responsible for estimating the cost of projects and materials. They work with a variety of different teams, including construction crews, purchasing agents, and other managers to determine how much it will cost to complete a project or purchase certain materials.

Reports to the Local Regional Vice President and Vice President of Estimating.

SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO:

  • Embrace Odin’s Core Values in all aspects of the job
  • Manage estimators and assistant estimators
  • Prepare quantity take-offs.
  • Determine initial production rates.
  • Interpreting engineering drawings and specifications to determine work requirements
  • Reviewing bids from vendors or contractors to ensure they are fair and reasonable
  • Coordinating with other managers to ensure schedules are met and projects are completed on time
  • Reviewing progress on projects and adjusting schedules as needed
  • Estimating materials costs and labor hours needed to complete projects
  • Managing a team of employees to ensure that work is performed efficiently and effectively
  • Ensuring that contractors meet safety standards and comply with local regulations
  • Reviewing finished products to ensure that they meet quality standards
  • Keeping records of all project details and documentation such as contracts, bids, and correspondence
  • Develop initial resource requirements.
  • Solicit material and subcontractor pricing.
  • Establish preliminary project schedules.

SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE, QUALIFICATIONS, & EXPERIENCE:

  • Educational and experience requirements include: 4-year engineering degree or equivalent combinations technical training and/or related experience. 10 years estimating, cost control, and/or engineering experience (at least 4 years estimating experience) in similar facility construction.
  • Thorough knowledge of company procedure, estimating techniques, all engineering disciplines, cost control systems and accounts required.
  • Ability to estimate all types of projects/contracts, plus ability to coordinate and supervise group work effort essential.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

  • Ability to communicate orally and in writing with vendors, management, and other coworkers, both individually and in front of a group
  • Regular use of the telephone and email for communication is essential
  • Thorough knowledge of HCSS Heavy Bid and Microsoft office.
  • Sitting for extended periods of time is common
  • Hearing, vision, and speaking within normal ranges is essential for normal conversations, to receive ordinary information, and to prepare or inspect documents
  • No heavy lifting is expected, though exertion of up to 15 pounds of force may occasionally be required
  • Good manual dexterity for the use of common office equipment such as computers, calculator, copiers, and fax machines
  • Good reasoning ability is important, must be able to understand and utilize management reports, memos, and other documents to conduct business
  • Primarily an office position. Occasionally, site visits and field project visits are required. Travel to offices and projects in various locations around the country as needed. The following physical activities are often, but not always, associated with site visits:
    • Must be able to stand or walk on a project site for extended durations
    • When on project sites or if performing some types of work or activities, must wear all required Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) including, but not limited to: earplugs, protective eyewear, gloves, hard hat, steel-toed work boots, and high visibility safety apparel.

WORK ENVIRONMENT:

This job is primarily performed indoors in a traditional office setting and occasionally outdoors on a construction site.

They may travel to job sites and meet with clients, but most of their work is done behind a desk. They work regular hours but may have to put in extra time to meet deadlines.

The job can be stressful, as they are often under pressure to get bids in on time and within the budget.

There is a lot of competition for jobs, so the estimating manager must be accurate in their estimates.

The following environmental/atmospheric working conditions are commonly, but not always, associate with the performance of this position. The actual working conditions will vary.

  • Job site environment, including, but not limited to, machines, tools, heavy equipment, chemicals, solvents, dust, and fumes
  • Occasional exposure to extreme weather conditions
  • Uneven ground

The above job description is meant to describe the general nature and level of work being performed; it is not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required for the position. Employees will be required to follow any other job-related duties requested by their supervisor. All job requirements are subject to possible modification to reasonably accommodate individuals with disabilities. Some requirements may exclude individuals who pose a direct threat or significant risk to the health and safety of themselves or other employees.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, protected veteran status, disability status, age, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, marital status, citizenship, HIV/AIDS status, or any other legally protected factor.

MAJOR FUNCTION

The primary role of the Health and Safety Manager (HSM) is to coordinate with project management (PM) teams, subordinate HSMs, and other Safety Division staff members to ensure that workers are provided a safe work environment in accordance with occupational safety and health regulations and industry standards. This will be accomplished by ensuring that the required health and safety policies and programs are being implemented by the designated responsible parties in the workplace. The HSM will practice and enforce the established health and safety and industrial hygiene procedures to foster the highest margin of safety practicable. The HSM is required to follow the Company’s policies and procedures, Federal, state, local, and client-specific regulatory requirements when providing health and safety oversight. The HSM will have a thorough understanding of these requirements and will be able to provide interpretation of these requirements to subordinate Safety staff members and PM Teams, as needed.

SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO:

The HSM reports directly to the Vice President of Health and Safety and supervises the activities of subordinate HSOs and other Safety Division staff members.

When on a field jobsite, the HSM operates as a member of the Project Management Team in direct collaboration with the Project Manager (PM), Project Engineer (PE) and Site Superintendent to determine the site health and safety requirements and to assist with implementation and enforcement of the site-specific Health and Safety Plan (HASP). It is important that the HSM understands that the site managers (PM and Superintendent) are directly responsible for health and safety on field jobsites – the Safety Division is a support function designed to provide appropriate levels of guidance and regulatory interpretation to maintain safe work production.

In the office setting, the HSM will assume a lead role to assist PM Teams and the Vice President of Health and Safety  with the development of site-specific HASPs, company health and safety programs and procedures, health and safety equipment/supply logistics, health and safety training programs, and medical surveillance support for company employees.

The HSM is required to perform the functions described below, as well as any other safety-related directives issued by the Vice President of Health and Safety:

  • Coordinate directly with PM Teams and subordinate Safety staff to assess the health and safety requirements of a project or jobsite prior to the initiation of any on-site work. This may include reviewing project specifications and/or participation in pre-deployment site walks.
  • Coordinate directly with PM Teams and subordinate Safety staff to audit/ensure that all jobsite personnel meet any necessary health and safety requirements prior to the initiation of work. Such requirements include, but are not limited to, training requirements and operator qualifications, medical surveillance requirements, and proper documentation of any company and client-specific requirements.
  • Coordinate directly with PM Teams and subordinate Safety staff with writing site-specific HASPs and task-specific Activity Hazard Analyses (AHAs).
  • As part of developing the site-specific HASP, the HSM will coordinate with PM Teams and subordinate Safety staff to identify and liaison with local emergency services, design site-specific emergency response/contingency plans, determine the site-specific personal protective equipment (PPE) requirements including respiratory protection, and the site-specific training requirements.
  • Coordinate directly with PM Teams and subordinate Safety staff with the development of project budgets by providing health and safety-related cost estimates. The HSM will also assist with tracking the health and safety-related expenditures on assigned projects.
  • Coordinate directly with PM Teams and subordinate Safety staff to conduct site safety inspections and provide guidance in the development of corrective action plans for deficiencies and/or safety violations.
  • Coordinate directly with PM Teams and subordinate Safety staff in defining the boundaries of hazardous exclusion zones, decontamination areas, support zones, and any other functional areas (e.g., first aid and eyewash stations, air sampling locations, break areas, designated smoking areas, evacuation assembly areas, egress/access points, haul routes/traffic control, etc.).
  • The HSM will assume a lead role in coordinating jobsite air sampling and atmospheric monitoring to ensure employees are not exposed to toxins above permissible exposure limits (PELs) and to determine respiratory protection requirements. Related duties include coordinating directly with the Company’s industrial hygienist (IH), oversight management of the calibration and set-up of monitoring instruments, download and management of electronic data, and packaging and shipping of sampling media to designated analytical laboratories.
  • The HSM will directly assist the PM Team and subordinate Safety staff with response, investigation and reporting of job-related injuries and illnesses. The HSM will assume a lead role in coordinating case management with WorkCareTM and clinic/hospital staff to ensure appropriate evaluation and medical treatment is provided to the involved employee and will assist with documentation for Worker Compensation claims.
  • The HSM will directly assist the PM and/or Superintendent with any OSHA or other regulatory inspections of assigned jobsites. The Senior HSM will liaison with the inspector and assist the PM to promptly communicate findings to the Vice President of Health and Safety

AUTHORTY AND ACCOUNTABILITY:

Like all Odin employees, the HSM has the authority and responsibility to stop work if any conditions present an imminent health and safety risk and/or threatens the safety of a worker(s), property or the environment. If an HSM must stop work, he/she must promptly inform the PM Team and the Vice President of Health and Safety  and assist with the development of a corrective action plan to abate the hazard.

The HSM will be held accountable for his/her own satisfactory performance of the outlined responsibilities and requirements, as well as the oversight responsibilities for the satisfactory performance of any assigned subordinate Safety staff members. Performance evaluations will be based primarily upon how effectively the outlined duties are discharged.

SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE, QUALIFICATIONS, & EXPERIENCE:

Required:

  • > 5-years of HSM experience or equivalent safety management-level position, preferably within Odin Environmental, LLC.
  • Credentialed by the Board of Certified Safety Professionals (BCSP) as a Construction Health and Safety Technician (CHST) or higher; or, equivalent credential obtained through a professional safety organization (e.g., OSHA Training Institute (OTI), National Safety Council (NSC) or a degree in occupational health and safety through an accredited college or training institute).
  • OSHA 30-Hour Construction Safety Awareness Course
  • Completion of OSHA-510 – OSHA standards for the construction industry
  • OSHA 40-Hour Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER)
  • HAZWOPER Trained Supervisor
  • Knowledge, skills and experience with industrial hygiene sampling and monitoring instruments
  • Current First Aid/CPR/AED/BBP certifications

Highly Preferred:

  • OSHA-500; Authorized OSHA Construction Safety Instructor
  • Completion of U.S. Army Corps of Engineers EM-385-1-1 Safety Awareness Course (40-hour)

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

  • Ability to communicate orally and in writing with vendors, management, and other coworkers, both individually and in front of a group
  • Must be capable of lifting up to 50 lbs.
  • Regular use of the telephone and email for communication is essential
  • Sitting for extended periods of time is common
  • Hearing, vision, and speaking within normal ranges is essential for normal conversations, to receive ordinary information, and to prepare or inspect documents
  • Good manual dexterity for the use of tools and machinery
  • Good reasoning ability is important, must be able to understand and utilize management reports, memos, and other documents to conduct business
  • Primarily an office position. Occasionally, site visits and field project visits are required. Travel to offices and projects in various locations around the country as needed. The following physical activities are often, but not always, associated with site visits:
    • Must be able to stand or walk on a project site for extended durations
    • When on project sites or if performing some types of work or activities, must wear all required Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) including, but not limited to: earplugs, protective eyewear, gloves, hard hat, steel-toed work boots, and high visibility safety apparel.

WORK ENVIRONMENT:

This job is performed both indoors in an office setting and outdoors on a construction site.

The following environmental/atmospheric working conditions are commonly, but not always, associate with the performance of this position. The actual working conditions will vary.

  • Job site environment, including, but not limited to, machines, tools, heavy equipment, chemicals, solvents, dust, and fumes
  • Occasional exposure to extreme weather conditions
  • Uneven ground

The above job description is meant to describe the general nature and level of work being performed; it is not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required for the position. Employees will be required to follow any other job-related duties requested by their supervisor. All job requirements are subject to possible modification to reasonably accommodate individuals with disabilities. Some requirements may exclude individuals who pose a direct threat or significant risk to the health and safety of themselves or other employees.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, protected veteran status, disability status, age, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, marital status, citizenship, HIV/AIDS status, or any other legally protected factor.

MAJOR FUNCTION

The primary role of the Health and Safety Officer (HSO) is to ensure that workers are provided a safe work environment in accordance with occupational safety and health regulations and industry standards. This will be accomplished by ensuring that the required health and safety policies and programs are being implemented by the designated responsible parties in the workplace. The HSO will practice and enforce the established health and safety and industrial hygiene procedures to foster the highest margin of safety practicable. The HSO is required to follow the Company’s policies and procedures, Federal, state, local, and client-specific regulatory requirements when providing health and safety oversight. The HSO will have a thorough understanding of these requirements and will be able to provide interpretation of these requirements as needed.

SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO:

The HSO reports directly to a designated Health and Safety Manager (HSM) or designee. When on a field jobsite, the HSO operates as a member of the Project Management Team in direct collaboration with the Project Manager (PM), Project Engineer (PE) and Site Superintendent to determine the site health and safety requirements and to assist with implementation and enforcement of the site-specific Health and Safety Plan (HASP). It is important that the HSO understands that the site managers (PM and Superintendent) are directly responsible for health and safety on field jobsites – the HSO is a support function designed to provide appropriate levels of guidance and regulatory interpretation to maintain safe work production.

In the office setting, the HSO will assist PM Teams and other Safety Division staff members with the development of site-specific HASPs, company health and safety programs and procedures, health and safety equipment/supply logistics, health and safety training programs, and medical surveillance support for company employees.

The HSO is required to perform the functions described below, as well as any other safety-related directives issued by the designated Health and Safety Manager (HSM) or designee:

  • Assist PM Teams to assess the health and safety requirements of a project or jobsite prior to the initiation of any on-site work. This may include reviewing project specifications and/or participation in pre-deployment site walks.
  • Assist PM Teams to audit/ensure that all jobsite personnel meet any necessary health and safety requirements prior to the initiation of work. Such requirements include, but are not limited to, training requirements and operator qualifications, medical surveillance requirements, and proper documentation of any company and client-specific requirements.
  • Assist PM Teams with writing site-specific HASPs and task-specific Activity Hazard Analyses (AHAs).
  • As part of developing the site-specific HASP, the HSO will identify and liaison with local emergency services, design site-specific emergency response/contingency plans, determine the site-specific personal protective equipment (PPE) requirements including respiratory protection, and the site-specific training requirements.
  • Assist PM Teams with the development of project budgets by providing health and safety-related cost estimates. The HSO will also assist with tracking the health and safety-related expenditures on assigned projects.
  • Work directly with PM Teams to conduct site safety inspections and provide guidance in the development of corrective action plans for deficiencies and/or safety violations.
  • Assist PM Teams in defining the boundaries of hazardous exclusion zones, decontamination areas, support zones, and any other functional areas (e.g., first aid and eyewash stations, air sampling locations, break areas, designated smoking areas, evacuation assembly areas, egress/access points, haul routes/traffic control, etc.).
  • The HSO will assume a lead role in conducting jobsite air sampling and atmospheric monitoring to ensure employees are not exposed to toxins above permissible exposure limits (PELs) and to determine respiratory protection requirements. Related duties include calibration and set-up of monitoring instruments, download and management of electronic data, and packaging and shipping of sampling media to designated analytical laboratories.
  • The HSO will assist the PM Team with response, investigation and reporting of job-related injuries and illnesses. The HSO will assume a lead role in coordinating case management with WorkCareTM and clinic/hospital staff to ensure appropriate evaluation and medical treatment is provided to the involved employee and will assist with documentation for Worker Compensation claims.
  • The HSO will directly assist the PM and/or Superintendent with any OSHA or other regulatory inspections of assigned jobsites.   

AUTHORITY AND ACCOUNTABILITY:

Like all Odin employees, the HSO has the authority and responsibility to stop work if any conditions present an imminent health and safety risk and/or threatens the safety of a worker(s), property or the environment. If an HSO must stop work, he/she must promptly inform the PM Team and the designated HSM and assist with the development of a corrective action plan to abate the hazard.

The HSO will be held accountable for satisfactory performance of outlined responsibilities and requirements. Performance evaluations will be based primarily upon how effectively the outlined duties are discharged.

SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE, QUALIFICATIONS, & EXPERIENCE:

Required:

  • OSHA 30-Hour Construction Safety Awareness Course
  • OSHA 40-Hour Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER)
  • 3-5 years of HSO experience or equivalent position, preferably within the construction industry
  • Current First Aid/CPR/AED/BBP certifications

Highly Preferred:

  • > 5-years of HSO experience or equivalent position, preferably within the construction industry
  • HAZWOPER Trained Supervisor
  • Knowledge, skills and experience with industrial hygiene sampling and monitoring instruments
  • Completion of OSHA-510 – OSHA standards for the construction industry
  • Completion of U.S. Army Corps of Engineers EM-385-1-1 Safety Awareness Course (40-hour)
  • Credentialed by the Board of Certified Safety Professionals (BCSP) as a Safety Trained Supervisor Construction (STSC) or Construction Health and Safety Technician (CHST); or, equivalent credential obtained through a professional safety organization (e.g., OSHA Training Institute (OTI), National Safety Council (NSC) or a degree in occupational health and safety through an accredited college or training institute).

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

  • Ability to communicate orally and in writing with vendors, management, and other coworkers, both individually and in front of a group
  • Must be capable of lifting up to 50 lbs.
  • Regular use of the telephone and email for communication is essential
  • Sitting for extended periods of time is common
  • Hearing, vision, and speaking within normal ranges is essential for normal conversations, to receive ordinary information, and to prepare or inspect documents
  • Good manual dexterity for the use of tools and machinery
  • Good reasoning ability is important, must be able to understand and utilize management reports, memos, and other documents to conduct business
  • Primarily an office position. Occasionally, site visits and field project visits are required. Travel to offices and projects in various locations around the country as needed. The following physical activities are often, but not always, associated with site visits:
    • Must be able to stand or walk on a project site for extended durations
    • When on project sites or if performing some types of work or activities, must wear all required Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) including, but not limited to: earplugs, protective eyewear, gloves, hard hat, steel-toed work boots, and high visibility safety apparel.

WORK ENVIRONMENT:

This job is performed both indoors in an office setting and outdoors on a construction site.

The following environmental/atmospheric working conditions are commonly, but not always, associate with the performance of this position. The actual working conditions will vary.

  • Job site environment, including, but not limited to, machines, tools, heavy equipment, chemicals, solvents, dust, and fumes
  • Occasional exposure to extreme weather conditions
  • Uneven ground

The above job description is meant to describe the general nature and level of work being performed; it is not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required for the position. Employees will be required to follow any other job-related duties requested by their supervisor. All job requirements are subject to possible modification to reasonably accommodate individuals with disabilities. Some requirements may exclude individuals who pose a direct threat or significant risk to the health and safety of themselves or other employees.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, protected veteran status, disability status, age, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, marital status, citizenship, HIV/AIDS status, or any other legally protected factor.

MAJOR FUNCTION

The Quality Control Manager’s primary function is to assist the Technical Director/Project Manager of Quality Control and Corporate Support in maintaining the Corporate QC program and developing the QC Specialist staff. The main responsibility is to serve as a technical advisor/ supervisor to Odin’s QC Specialists and to ensure technical consistency among these personnel. He/she will assist line management with staffing QC personnel. Responsibility for project QC will remain a line management function; however, the QC Department, via the function of the Assistant Manager – Quality Control will serve as a system of checks and balances to attain quality production.

SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO:

  • Embrace Odin’s Core Values in all aspects of the job.
  • Candidate will need to have USACE experience and requires the candidate to have a license PE in the state of CA.
  • Coordinating the development and the updating of the Corporate QC program.
  • Hiring, developing, and managing of QC Specialists to perform QC duties on Odin’s projects.
  • Coordinating QC staffing in conjunction with line management.
  • Assisting project management with developing/implementing training as necessary for QC Specialists on projects.
  • Auditing projects for compliance with designated QC procedures.
  • Provide appropriate technical guidance/assistance/direction to Odin’s QC to ensure departmental consistency. Support educational development of these personnel and provide input for evaluation.
  • Responsible for managing and performing the daily QC responsibilities of specific projects to ensure the project is constructed in accordance with the established standards.
  • Primary point of contact with client and coordinate/Conduct all meetings with client.
  • Be an active member of project team (Project Manager, Superintendent, SSHO & Project Engineers).

SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE, QUALIFICATIONS, & EXPERIENCE:

  • Construction quality control managers are typically required to have a bachelor’s degree in construction management, Civil Engineering, or a related field.
  • Suspend work on any project that jeopardizes the health and safety of personnel, until a review/decision by upper management is obtained.
  • Will be held accountable for satisfactory performance of outlined responsibilities and requirements.
  • Performance evaluations will primarily be based upon how effectively the outlined duties are discharged.
  • Ability to exercise independent judgement and advise project leadership on complex issues
  • Good problem-solving/decision-making skills that will adhere to the projects needs
  • Proficient with computer software used in the construction industry
  • Responsible for training new QC/Project Engineers and overseeing the work of subcontractors.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

  • Ability to communicate orally and in writing with vendors, management, and other coworkers, both individually and in front of a group
  • Quality control managers typically receive on-the-job training in their role.
    • This training may include learning the company’s specific policies and procedures, as well as the software and equipment they use.
    • Training may also include shadowing a current quality control manager until they are comfortable enough to complete tasks on their own.
  • Have a thorough and complete knowledge and understanding of the contract, each subcontract and the plans and specifications to assist the Project Manager in development of the onsite procedures/project execution
  • Hearing, vision, and speaking within normal ranges is essential for normal conversations, to receive ordinary information, and to prepare or inspect documents
  • No heavy lifting is expected, though exertion of up to 25 pounds of force may occasionally be required
  • Good manual dexterity for the use of common office equipment such as computers, calculator, copiers, and fax machines
  • Primarily a site position. Site visits and field project visits are required. Travel to offices and projects in various locations around the country as needed. The following physical activities are often, but not always, associated with site visits:
    • Must be able to stand or walk on a project site for extended durations
    • When on project sites or if performing some types of work or activities, must wear all required Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) including, but not limited to earplugs, protective eyewear, gloves, hard hat, steel-toed work boots, and high visibility safety apparel.

WORK ENVIRONMENT:

Construction quality control managers typically work full time on construction sites, where they oversee the work of construction workers to ensure that it meets the specifications set forth in the construction plans.

  • They also inspect completed work to ensure that it meets quality standards.
  • Typically work long hours, including evenings and weekends, to meet deadlines. 
  • Travel to different construction sites.

The following environmental/atmospheric working conditions are commonly, but not always, associate with the performance of this position. The actual working conditions will vary.

  • Job site environment, including, but not limited to, machines, tools, heavy equipment, chemicals, solvents, dust, and fumes
  • Occasional exposure to extreme weather conditions
  • Uneven ground

The above job description is meant to describe the general nature and level of work being performed; it is not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required for the position. Employees will be required to follow any other job-related duties requested by their supervisor. All job requirements are subject to possible modification to reasonably accommodate individuals with disabilities. Some requirements may exclude individuals who pose a direct threat or significant risk to the health and safety of themselves or other employees.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, protected veteran status, disability status, age, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, marital status, citizenship, HIV/AIDS status, or any other legally protected factor.

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The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) requires all private employers with 100 or more employees as well as federal contractors and first-tier subcontractors with 50 or more employees AND contracts of at least $50,000 complete an EEO-1 report each year. Covered employers must invite employees to self-identify gender and race for this report. Completion of this form is voluntary and will not affect your opportunity for employment, or the terms or conditions of your employment. This form will be used for EEO-1 reporting purposes only and will be kept separate from all other personnel records only accessed by the Human Resources department. Please return completed forms to the HR department. If you choose not to self-identify your race/ethnicity at this time, the federal government requires Odin to determine this information by visual survey and/or other available information.