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Installed Sales Field Supervisor
A Carter Lumber Installed Sales Field Supervisor is responsible for overseeing various installations, repairs and remodeling work performed by the Installers, both employees and subcontractors. Knowledge of building materials, local building codes and proper installation techniques will be vital in this position’s success as well as, a strong commitment to customer service. A strong belief in the mission and goals of the company are necessary to this position.
Requirements to be Considered for the Position:
Previous project management or on site experience in a building materials/construction environment
Strong knowledge of construction methods and process improvements
Ability to solve problems by using strong judgment in analyzing, troubleshooting and evaluating the problem
Possess strong math skills
Strong verbal and written communication skills
Ability to analyze and provide recommendations to solve problems
Responsibilities of the Position:
Schedules and coordinates installed services.
Analyzes job site with subcontractor prior to beginning of a job.
Interprets plan to ensure that quality installation can be completed.
Oversees subcontractors work, ensuring schedules are kept and jobs are completed timely according to contract.
Provides status of projects and works through issues with the Installed Sales Manager.
Estimates material take-off for project.
Ensures materials are ordered and available for timely project completion.
Knowledge & Training:
Ability to direct installers/contractors effectively to ensure the guidelines and requirements are being met per regulatory agencies.
Ensures the Installer/contractor has the training needed to install the product safely and efficiently.
Ensures Installers/contractors are performing their job in a safe manner and that OSHA regulations are being followed.
Directs and facilitates best practices to ensure safety standards are being met by conducting self-inspections.