InfraMap Corp. is growing and we want YOU! We welcome talented, innovative individuals to join our team. If you are a utility locating professional in Indiana or just interested in what we do, we would love to talk to you.
About the Position
The SUE Project Manager is the direct supervisor for all field staff in their respective branch office. They are responsible for scheduling, training, and general personnel management. Additionally, the position is responsible for proposal assistance, bidding support, client communication
This position is primarily in office however, it occasionally requires you to work outdoors in all types of weather conditions. Pay is commensurate with experience. This is a non-exempt position, eligible for overtime.
Job Duties & Responsibilities:
- Oversee and/or lead on-the-job training of field crew
- Assist Directors in proposal preparation
- Review projects with field staff to ensure crews have a complete understanding of what is needed; Create and update field crew schedules; Maintain and update job board.
- Monitoring project budgets and schedule – report to PE/LS
- Ensure all pre-project tasks are completed: required One-Call tickets for test holes; Obtain necessary permits for test hole/road closing projects; Contact utility owners and obtain records; Determine project logistics – per diem, lodging, vehicles, etc.
- Upon NTP from clients, set up job packets.
- QA/QC Review: designating and test hole projects – field, office, and CADD reviews; Field review all subcontractor work for QA/QC
- Oversee maintenance of vehicles, air compressors, air tools and all locating equipment; Maintain/order shop supplies and tools.
- Interview and/or attend interviews for potential field crews.
- Schedule and lead monthly safety meetings.
- Other duties as assigned
Skills & Experience
- 7+ years of utility locating experience; 5+ years of supervisory or project management experience
- HS Diploma or GED required
- Applicable Traffic Control Certification
- Must be able to pass a pre-employment drug test
- Must have a valid driver’s license and a clean driving record.
Valued but not required skills and experience:
- Associates or bachelor’s degree in related field
- Advanced knowledge/proficiency of MicroStation, AutoCAD, or Open Roads
- Advanced Knowledge/proficiency of ArcGIS
- HAZWOPER40 certification
- OSHA10 or OSHA30
- Existing First-Aid/CPR certification
- Strong experience in technical utility locating and proficiency in the CI/ASCE 38-02 Standard
- Experience in management of field crews
- Basic knowledge of applicable CADD software
- Basic knowledge of surveying best practices
- GPR Utility Locating knowledge and experience
- Understanding or Maintenance of Traffic (MOT) procedures
- Map/plan reading proficiency
- Working knowledge of Excel, Word, PDF editor
- Must have good communication skills (verbal and written), attention to detail and accuracy, and the ability to read and understand maps, records, and prints.
- Must be able to walk, bend, and lift up to 75 pounds.
- Must have the ability to move safely over uneven terrain or in confined spaces.
- Must have the ability to see and respond to external influences, including hazardous environments.
- Must have the ability to wear personal protective gear correctly most of the day.
- Primarily office environment.
- Must be able to work outdoors in all types of weather conditions
- Must be able to work in a confined space.
- May be requested to work overtime and some weekends & travel as needed.