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What is a Masonry President Job Description?

Direct and oversee all activities of the entire corporation, including all field operations. The candidate will participate in business strategy, contract negotiations, PR with General Contractors.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

• Oversees all the financial activities for the entire corporation (budgeting, receipt of revenue, expenditures of funds and conservation of assets, etc.)
• Oversees the field operations (production scheduling, quality control, costs and profits)
• Track daily profitability of all projects, review of cost accounting on a weekly basis on a per project basis as well as on a regional basis
• Generate backlog and manpower loading reports
• Oversees the collection of outstanding debts
• Preview daily job cost reports and production reports
• Prepare claims and litigation.
• Settle disputes to the benefit of company profitability and good client relationships
• Negotiate, review and sign all contracts.
• Oversees estimating department - review shop drawings - review of bid estimates with estimators - approve final bid
• Negotiate bid quote changes with General Contractors
• Hold weekly progress meetings with staff (new jobs - status of pending bids - start-up dates - status of extra work orders, etc.)
• Oversee the shop operations of mechanics - inventory control and maintenance of machinery, truck operations, etc
• Work closely with Safety Director in implementing OSHA Compliance Regulations and Field Safety Procedures
• Marketing and Business Development

Qualifications:

• MBA - Construction Management Degree
• Civil Engineering Degree
• Five to ten years experience in senior level management within the construction industry area - masonry preferred but not required
• Excellent people skills

ADDITIONAL KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES DESIRED:

• Knowledge of federal and state regulations
• Skill in developing policy and procedure documents
• Ability to read plans and estimate project
• Knowledge of OSHA Regulations
• Familiar with construction insurance requirement - workers’ compensation cases negotiations - procedures filings, etc.
• Ability to analyze and interpret financial data - job costs reports - production reports

 




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