Project Manager (metal fabrication)

Estimate job costs and prepare quotes. Maintain compliance with EPA and OSHA standards for environmental quality.
Estimate installations of equipment and services, to include reading, understanding and implementing customer specifications for various services and material. Estimate fabrication and equipment of various programs. Must be able to work with Engineers and Architects' drawings and blueprints to prepare a complete list of job costs, including labor, material, equipment and any specialty items necessary to complete the project. Must have a good knowledge of welding and fitting. Must have knowledge and experience with Piping Systems. Must be familiar with, and competent in, environmental management, to include maintaining compliance with EPA and OSHA standards. Must be familiar with Preventative Maintenance programs and troubleshooting. Must have good customer relations skills
Vice-President, Plant Operations
Degree or certificate from a recognized technology center will be accepted.
Degree in Mechanical, Electrical, Industrial Engineering or a major in Manufacturing or Industrial Technology is preferred, or equivalent experience.
One to two years in a co-op or apprenticeship program in Mechanical Engineering or Industrial Technology. Expertise in CAD, AutoCAD. Working knowledge of Microsoft software applications, such as Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Access.
TRAINING NEEDS: As deemed necessary to enhance the position and/or to become more effective.
Responsible Party: Human Resources Manager

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