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  • Posted July 27, 2022

    Safety Director

    The Safety Director will be accountable for creating a safe, accident-free, healthy work environment for all active projects and promote, train, and administer a culture of safety within the company.

    Essential Duties & Responsibilities include:

    > Maintain company’s current Environmental, Health and Safety policies and implement new risk control measures as needed
    > Act as safety advisor to Project Managers and Superintendents on each project and provide technical support for all EHS requirements
    > Direct jobsite EHS activities as required by our Company, OSHA and Industry standards
    > Identify, control, and eliminate hazardous site conditions that may lead to worker injury or property damage
    > Perform regular project walk-throughs and provide observations and corrective action reporting thru company’s online project management application
    > Ensure subcontractor EHS policies, JSA's and pre-installation safety requirements are met for trades prior to their on-site activity
    > Supervise site safety signage
    > Organize and administer a company-wide safety program for all field personnel and project management staff
    > Conduct company-wide training to keep employees current in First Aid, CPR
    > Represent our EHS policies at owner, community, and industry meetings
    > Act as liaison for any OSHA inspections
    > Assist with preconstruction, job logistic and project planning
    > Provide monthly reporting to company Management Team
    > Maintain EHS certifications to ensure current knowledge on industry trends

    Qualifications:
    > Degree in Occupational Safety and Health, engineering or similar preferred
    > At least five (5) years building construction safety experience preferred
    > Minimum of OSHA 500, First Aid/CPR/BBP and AED training
    > Demonstrated knowledge of EHS principles and practices
    > Leadership, interpersonal and both written and verbal communication skills
    > Minimum of word, excel and computer use skills
    > Ability to meet physical demands of site visits

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  • Posted October 14, 2022

    Superintendent

    Building with vision, grit and a heart since 1979, Clemens is a full-service general and carpentry contractor based in Philadelphia. Our diverse portfolio reflects expertise with multi-family, urban infill, historic preservation projects, commercial, retail and healthcare. As a respected leader in the community, we develop meaningful, long-lasting relationships with owners, developers, architects, designers and local unions. Our team has both energy and experience and truly love what they do. Clemens is committed to diversity and inclusion on all projects as well as maintaining an open and collaborative environment for all. Clemens offers competitive salaries, flexible work schedules to promote a healthy work/life balance, comprehensive benefits package that includes employer-paid health/dental benefits and life insurance policies. We also have an employer-matching 401k program and Flexible Spending Accounts. Clemens has a great management team who believes in the importance of talent development and offers professional development and mentoring opportunities to ensure employee success. Clemens projects have won several awards such as the Merit Award from the American Institute of Architects of Philadelphia, the Best Green Space Project, Best Historic Preservation Project and Excellence in Craftmanship from the General Building Contractors Association just to name a few.

    Role Summary:
    > Accountable for the successful field operations of a single project or multiple projects
    > Reports directly to the VP of Operations
    > Manages Assistant Superintendent, General Foreman, Labor Foreman

    Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
    > Coordinate and supervise the field construction of a project including its planning, organization, safety, quality and scheduling
    > Work in partnership with the Project Manager(s)
    > Know the Contract Documents
    > Know Contract Schedule and Milestone dates
    > Ensure work is compliant with contract documents
    > Develop on-site plans and procedures for all field operations
    > Manage General Conditions manpower within project budget
    > Coordinate and monitor the delivery of materials to the site
    > Establish and maintain good safety and security practices for the entire project
    > Interact and work directly with the Owner
    > Interact and work directly with the Architect and their consultants
    > Maintain safety training and/or certifications in OSHA –30-hour outreach courses, competent person level training in excavation, fall protection, scaffold or other safety training
    > Have good working knowledge of equipment, plans, details, specifications, contract requirements, submittals, and shop drawings
    > Communicate well and cooperatively work with all coworkers to promote an environment of teamwork and accountability
    > Arrange for temporary facilities/utilities for the site
    > Maintain field records in Procore of Daily Report, Notes, Photos, Incidents, Deliveries, Observations, etc.
    > Verify submittals and details of work are being followed
    > Coordinate cleanup and trash removal
    > Logistical coordination
    > Track C3 time and material used on the project
    > Coordinate punch list activities and project closeout
    > Other duties as assigned

    Qualifications:
    > High school diploma
    > Bachelor's degree in construction or related field preferred
    > Minimum 5 years experience in project/construction management
    > Advanced knowledge of scheduling, budgeting, reading and interpreting blueprints and document management
    > Computer literacy and proficient in MS Office products (Word and Excel)
    > Experience with Procore and Viewpoint is a plus
    > Excellent follow-up, communication (written and verbal) and time management skills
    > Create and maintain good working relationships with all subcontractors and inspectors
    > OSHA 30 required. Will provide training if needed

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  • Posted October 14, 2022

    Project Manager

    Building with vision, grit and a heart since 1979, Clemens is a full-service general and carpentry contractor based in Philadelphia. Our diverse portfolio reflects expertise with multi-family, urban infill, historic preservation projects, commercial, retail and healthcare. As a respected leader in the community, we develop meaningful, long-lasting relationships with owners, developers, architects, designers and local unions. Our team has both energy and experience and truly love what they do. Clemens is committed to diversity and inclusion on all projects as well as maintaining an open and collaborative environment for all. Clemens offers competitive salaries, flexible work schedules to promote a healthy work/life balance, comprehensive benefits package that includes employer-paid health/dental benefits and life insurance policies. We also have an employer-matching 401k program and Flexible Spending Accounts. Clemens has a great management team who believes in the importance of talent development and offers professional development and mentoring opportunities to ensure employee success. Clemens projects have won several awards such as the Merit Award from the American Institute of Architects of Philadelphia, the Best Green Space Project, Best Historic Preservation Project and Excellence in Craftmanship from the General Building Contractors Association just to name a few.

    Role Summary:
    > Accountable for the success of a single project or multiple projects
    > Reports directly to the Project Executive
    > Manages APM, PE

    Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
    > Consistently administer the Contract with the Owner throughout duration of the project – knowledge of the Contract and Contract Documents is essential
    > Know Contract Schedule and Milestone dates
    > Communicate directly with clients, designers, contractors, subcontractors, architects and vendors consistently in a professional manner
    > Total responsibility for the financial tracking and accuracy of project reports
    > Work in partnership with the Superintendent(s)
    > Lead with energy and provide a good example to team members
    > Create an environment that fosters mutual respect and hard work
    > Unify the team, promote a positive attitude toward the project and all internal and external clients
    > Manage risk by documenting issues to all the correct parties including the owner, designers, subcontractors, and Clemens team
    > Make timely decisions and take action
    > Work with other team members and scheduler to develop the overall project schedule.
    > Set realistic and practical financial and schedule goals for the project; develop appropriate strategies for achieving these goals
    > Identify all the internal and external resources (financial and/or human resources) required to complete the project successfully
    > Know and understand the Clemens Subcontract Master agreement
    > Senior Project Managers are responsible for additional duties including providing coaching and guidance to all team members
    > Other duties as assigned

    Qualifications:
    > High school diploma/Bachelor’s Degree preferred
    > Bachelor's degree in construction or related field preferred
    > Minimum 6 years experience in project/construction management
    > Minimum 2 years experience in directing, coordinating, and supervising construction staff
    > Advanced knowledge of scheduling, budgeting, reading and interpreting blueprints and document management
    > Computer literacy and proficient in MS Office products (Word and Excel)
    > Experience with Procore and Viewpoint is a plus
    > Excellent follow-up, communication (written and verbal) and time management skills
    > Create and maintain good working relationships with all subcontractors and inspectors
    > OSHA 10 required; OSHA 30 preferred. Will provide training if needed.

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