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Polk Mechanical Company LLC Sheetmetal Foreman in Dallas, Texas
Polk Mechanical is looking for the best and brightest in the market to join our high performing team. As a result of our unparalleled customer service and unique offerings our business is experiencing impressive growth and with growth comes great opportunity for those with the ambition to accomplish great things. A career at Polk is not just a job but an opportunity to join a family of people who care about each other and care about their customers. It’s no wonder our business and our team are growing.
The Sheetmetal Foreman will lead three or more other workers to accomplish trades and labor work, including as a paramount requirement, sufficient skill in and knowledge of the trades and labor work performed by the group led to effectively carry out the duties of a Foreman outlined below.
Will perform regular non-supervisory work that is usually done by the group and perform regular trades and labor work as members of the work crews or groups they lead.
Passing on to other workers the instructions received from supervisors and getting work started, e.g., by assigning the immediate tasks to be performed by individual members of the group led
Work along with other workers and setting the pace
Demonstrate proper work methods
Ensure that needed plans, blueprints, materials, and tools are available, and that needed stock is obtained from supply locations
Obtain needed information or decisions from supervisors on problems that come up during the work
Maintain a current knowledge, and answer questions of other workers on procedures, policies, written instructions, and other directives (for example, technical orders)
Ensure that there is enough work to keep everyone in the work crew busy
Check work while in progress and when finished to see whether the supervisor's instructions on work sequence, procedures, methods, and deadlines have been met
Lead other workers to follow instructions received from supervisors, and to meet deadlines
Assure that safety and housekeeping rules are followed
Report to superintendents and project managers on status and progress of work, and causes of work delays
Answer questions of supervisors on overall work operations and problems
Minimum of 3 years’ verifiable experience in sheetmetal trade
Thorough knowledge of sheetmetal blueprints, specifications and codes
Thorough knowledge of other major craft blueprints
Thorough knowledge of all sheetmetal system.
Excellent communication skills and the ability to successfully interact with employees and clients on a professional level
Ability to supervise multiple employees
Ability to schedule projects and meet deadlines
Attention to detail
Career Advancement & Training Opportunities
Technician tool account