Reports to Quantum Regional Manager
Construct, install, maintain, upgrade, and remove outdoor advertising structures.
Creates, plans, and organizes all related jobs, equipment, and personnel with Quantum regional manager
Should be able to operate independently from local CCO branch
Responsible for addressing all issues that arise on sites with little or no assistance from branch. First line of support is Quantum Regional Manager.
Responsible for all of the paperwork related to implementation and completion of job, including but not limited to: time cards, work orders, safety compliance, vehicle and equipment inspections, and accident reporting.
Must be able to read load charts and blue prints, have essential math skills.
Is required to have a valid CDL drivers license and a valid NCCCO certification.
Travel and Overtime is required.
Is required to ensure that job site, employees, and independent contractors, maintain safe work practices as required by local, state, federal, and company, policies and guidelines.
Install, remove and rotate outdoor advertising displays and extensions consisting of vinyl, wood or other material.
Responsible for distributing meal per diems and completing expense reports.
Organizing daily work schedule including employees and contractors.
Control expenses by shopping best price for equipment & material.
Control overtime and appropriate staffing for scheduled work.
Directly supervise 1 to 10 employees
Maintaining vehicles includes: repair maintenance, cleaning, organize, and stocking for each job.
Responsible for receiving and inventorying all materials from Quantum fabrication shop or contractor. Notifying either of shortages and secures material.
Oversee, supervise and manage job through to completion.
Ensuring the job is complete, jobsite is clean and organized. All Material is primed and painted before leaving the job site.
Fill out and distribute purchase orders
Able to perform various inspections
Able to give and understand hand crane signals
Works effectively in a team environment
Climbing ladders and/or stairs and work at elevations from 10 feet to more than 100 feet
Lifting and positioning ladders, safety equipment and materials in excess of 85 pounds
Standing, bending, stooping, lifting, positioning, holding, pushing and pulling self, materials and equipment in excess of 85 pounds
Use pulleys, lifts, slings and other equipment required for elevated work
Operating welding equipment, chain saws, jack hammers, air impacts and various other equipment hand tools
Hoists, aligns, erect, lift, sets and assembles structural steel and sign components
Driving and operating trucks, cranes, vans and other equipment associated with the job
Digging and shoveling of various soils concrete and fill materials.
EDUCATION AND OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES:
High School Diploma or Equivalent
Valid CDL, NCCCO Certification
Comprehend and communicate complex oral and written instructions.
MS office, Excel, Word