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#17-75 - Environmental Specialist - Vulcan Materials Company - Pleasanton, CA (added 6/26/17)

JOB SUMMARY - The individual has statewide responsibility for providing comprehensive environmental and land permit and regulatory compliance support services to Vulcan field operations and management, including areas in aggregate mining, hot mix asphalt, ready mix concrete, heavy duty shops, and landfills. Individual may also support operations and environmental initiatives in other states (e.g. California). Major accountability includes reviewing and interpreting federal and state environmental laws and regulations, preparing and submitting expert opinions on proposed regulations, and developing and communicating appropriate actions on new legislation and regulations impacting the Division. The individual also has responsibility in identifying and evaluating environmental issues affecting field operations, performing routine site inspections, and developing solutions and management approaches. The individual conducts audits of field operations and communicates results, develops materials and conducts training for Company personnel on environmental and land use issues, and works with the Manager, Environmental Services & Permitting, and California based Environmental Specialist, and other upper management to evaluate potential business acquisitions and divestitures.

Essential Functions

1. Conducts frequent audits and inspections at each plant location to assess regulatory and environmental management compliance, control significant environmental risks, and assure adequacy of environmental management systems.

2. Identifies, evaluates, resolves, and communicates major environmental issues impacting operations, and develop strategies to minimize their impacts.

3. Assists field personnel with development of permit application renews, modifications, and other compliance programs (including but not limited to SPCC plans, storm water management issues, and NSPS compliance, etc.).

4. Provides assistance to field personnel on environmental issues during demolition, UST removal, ACM abatement, plant construction, and others as requested.

5. Interacts with governmental agencies regarding new legislation, regulations, and compliance issues.

6. Evaluates potential business acquisitions and divestitures for environmental issues and compliance. Coordinates and manages use of consultants to maximize return and minimize costs.

7. Develops and implements environmental training programs.

8. Reviews various federal and state environmental regulations to identify those impacting Vulcan operations. Prepares regulatory summaries and guidance documents for issuance to field personnel.

9. Develops guidance documents, permit summaries, and other tools to assist field personnel in their efforts to achieve environmental compliance.

10. Participates in trade association activities as approved and directed by supervisor

11. Serves as a liaison with regulatory agency representatives as needed to coordinate and resolve environmental regulation issues.

12. Represents Company in dealing with all Federal, State, and local government agencies responsible for enforcing environmental laws and regulations.

13. Other duties may be assigned as required.
 

Education, Experience, Skills Required

Education:

Bachelor's degree in Engineering, Chemistry, Geology, Biology, or a similar technical area. An Environmental Engineering degree is highly desirable. An advanced degree in some aspect of environmental studies is preferred. Professional Registration in engineering or geology is highly desirable.


Experience:

A minimum of two to five years of experience in the environmental and/or land use planning is required. An advanced degree may partially substitute for some job experience. Expertise in environmental regulatory compliance and air, water and waste stream management and permitting is required.


Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  • Strong knowledge of the federal and state environmental regulatory process is required, particularly those applied to the State of California.
  • A high level of hands-on experience in reviewing regulatory requirements and assessing their applicability and impact to the operations is a must.
  • Knowledge and experience with specific environmental regulatory areas (e.g., RCRA, CWA, CAA, TSCA, NEPA, ESA, etc.) is required.
  • The candidate must also be familiar with all applicable California environmental regulatory programs, as well as land use statutes and programs relevant to non-metallic mining.
  • Individual must have excellent verbal and written communication skills, interact well with all levels of personnel, have the ability to manage multiple activities at the same time, and possess strong analytical skills.
  • Must have the ability to use computerized equipment and technology.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite, Google, Oracle Business Environment and other software packages relevant to the position.
  • Individual must be self-motivated and able to work for periods of time without direct supervision.
  • Overnight and day travel is required.

To Apply: Please visit  http://www.vulcanmaterials.com - Ref#: 170000UK
 



#17-74 - Quality Control Technician - Syar Industries, Inc. - Sacramento, CA (added 6/19/17)

JOB SUMMARY - This position is responsible for sampling, testing and inspecting concrete and concrete materials in laboratory and field settings to ensure compliance with company and/or owner specifications Employee will review/analyze data to determine mix design adjustments and establish future mix designs. Employee will perform tests to insure quality of products at the point of production and delivery. This individual will verify test results, maintain accurate and timely records on test data, product quality, and defective materials and communicate such data to the Technical Services Manager.

The position involves, but is not limited to, the following tasks and duties:

· Develop and analyze statistical data and specifications to determine mix design proportions and establish proposed quality and reliability expectancy

· Plans, promotes, and organizes training activities related to quality and reliability

· Material sampling, testing and trial batching

· Preparation of materials and products for testing

· Prepare and communicate testing and inspection results to Technical Services Manager to ensure quality control standards are satisfied and process changes can be implemented

· Modify existing mix designs as necessary and develop new mix designs

· Research and develop potential mix designs and/or material sources

· Support production team in producing the highest quality products

· Investigates customer complaints regarding quality and suggest appropriate adjustments or actions

· Participate in and promote Syar’s safety procedures and policies to promote a safe working environment

· Comply with OSHA and MSHA rules and regulations in order to perform duties in a safe manner

· Maintenance and housekeeping of assigned areas and equipment

· Other duties and responsibilities related to the nature of the job may be assigned on a temporary or permanent basis as needed

The hours of work for this position are usually from 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. Night work will be occasionally required. This is a non exempt, hourly position.

Travel: Frequent; limited to local sites in Sacramento, Placer, El Dorado, Napa, Solano and Yolo counties

GENERAL WORK AREA LOCATION: This position is located in the lab at the Rio Linda facility and all of Syar Concrete’s service territory

Qualifications

1 to 3 years previous lab experience preferred but not required

Advanced computer skills, advanced proficiency Microsoft Excel, basic proficiency Microsoft Word

Good oral and written communication skills

Strong mathematical skills

Have the ability to communicate fluently in English

Be able to receive and understand information on the phone

High school diploma required

ACI certification desired

Must possess clean driving record (2 points or less) no DUI

To Apply: Please visit  https://jobs.ourcareerpages.com/job/241433?source=CALCIMA&key=6nJ3lyannlXv3nZDc45clm22HjFUWUmDLnfRxM%2fINkc%3d
 



#17-73 - Asphalt Plant Operator - CalPortland - Paso Robles, CA (added 6/19/17)

JOB SUMMARY - 
Safely perform a combination of duties involving general maintenance/operation of an asphalt plant.  Majority of work is outside in all weather conditions.

Duties:

Learning to operate a batch asphalt plant.

Complete daily service requirements of the asphalt plant for preventative maintenance issues.

Fabricate and repair conveyors and hoppers.

Troubleshoot and resolve maintenance problems to ensure minimal cost and prevent operational delays.

Repair conveyor systems, i.e. bearing replacement, drive systems, change screen cloths, structural fabrication.

General maintenance of various pumps and electrical requirements and wear-prevention of equipment.

Operate mobile equipment including heavy haul trucks, front-end loaders, track dozers, and skip loaders.

General labor duties such as shoveling and sweeping.

Ticketing trucks, working with sales, dispatch, and customers.

Education:

High school diploma or GED.

Requirements/Qualifications:

Ability to work under pressure.

Reliable attendance for varied work shifts including extended hours, nights, and weekends.

Must be able to work with minimal supervision.

Ability to lift 95 lbs. occasionally, 50 lbs. frequently, and climb ladders/stairs up to 24’.

Ability to use square-pint shovel and 36” broom.

Ability to use various electric and air-powered hand, welding, and cutting tools as appropriate.

Preferred:

4+ years’ experience with asphalt plant operations.  Familiarity with MSHA regulations and annual refresher training.

Working knowledge of asphalt production and associated equipment.  Understanding of operations and safety requirements for the equipment.

Understanding of type and quality of materials being produced.

Experience in welding and fabrication.

To Apply: Please visit http://www.calportland.com and click on the Careers tab. Resumes can also be faxed to 805-345-3495.
 



#17-72 - Aggregate Plant Maintenance/Mobile Equipment Operator - CalPortland - Atascadero, CA (added 6/19/17)

JOB SUMMARY - Safely perform a combination of duties involving general maintenance/operation of an aggregate plant.  Majority of work is outside in all weather conditions at an aggregate mine.

Duties:

Complete daily service requirements of the aggregate plant for preventative maintenance issues.

Fabricate and repair conveyors and hoppers.

Troubleshoot and resolve maintenance problems to ensure minimum cost and prevent operational delays.

Repair crusher, i.e. liner changes, oil systems and operations, monito and change worn parts.

Repair conveyor systems, i.e. bearing replacement, drive systems, change screen cloths, structural fabrication.

General maintenance of water pumps and electrical requirements and wear-prevention of equipment.

Operate mobile equipment including heavy haul trucks.

General labor duties such as shoveling and sweeping.

Education:

High school diploma or GED.

Requirements/Qualifications:

Class C license.

Reliable attendance for varied work shifts including nights and weekends.

Must be able to work independently and within a team.

Ability to lift 95 lbs. occasionally, 50 lbs. frequently, and climb ladders/stairs up to 24’.

Ability to use regular square-point shovel and 36” broom.

Ability to use various electric and air-powered hand, welding, and cutting tools as appropriate.

Experience in welding and fabrication.

Preferred:

4+ years’ experience with aggregate plant operations.  Familiarity with MSHA regulations and annual refresher training.

Working knowledge of aggregate production and associated equipment.  Understanding of operations and safety requirements for the equipment.

Understanding of the type and quality of materials being produced.

To Apply: Please visit http://www.calportland.com and click on the Careers tab. Resumes can also be faxed to 805-345-3495.
 



#17-71 - Mechanical Maintenance Supervisor - Lehigh Hanson - Redding, CA (added 6/15/17)

JOB SUMMARY - The Mechanical Maintenance Supervisor is responsible for effectively supervising a team of Craftspersons in the daily execution of work orders and P.M. check sheets, and to ensure the plant is maintained in good order. Responsibility will also include participation in the implementation of investment projects according to Project Management Guidelines, in line with the HeidelbergCement strategy.

What you’ll get to do:
  • Schedules and supervises the work as arranged through the Maintenance Planner to maintain equipment to meet production requirements.
  • Oversees the work performed by maintenance crews and outside contractors as required for each job to ensure completion in a timely and quality manner.
  • Manages any urgent or breakdown jobs as required to keep equipment running and minimize downtime.
  • Provides development of direct reports and motivates staff resulting in a reliable and competent work force.
  • Provides technical assistance to maintenance personnel toward expedient problem resolution.
  • Execution of these specific duties will be achieved through the following:
  • Schedule, assign, plan, and monitor the work of maintenance shop personnel to ensure completion of the tasks in a timely and quality manner.
  • Coordinate with the Maintenance Planner by communicating anticipated jobs and providing input when stores stocks need to be increased or altered for upcoming jobs to maintain maintenance schedules
  • Together with the Maintenance Planner, develop work schedules, equipment usage schedules, priority of mechanical expenditures, and procedures for equipment maintenance to meet overall plant goals.
  • Prepare material and labor estimates to develop project cost estimates and plant budgets.
  • Monitor the acquisition and use of materials to meet productivity and budgetary goals.

Who we are looking for:

  • 8 years of mechanical repair and maintenance experience which includes 1 year of supervisor experience; OR,
    • Completion of a four year federally approved technical training program in mechanical repair and maintenance AND three years of relevant experience which includes 1 year of supervisory experience; OR,
    • Any equivalent combination of relevant experience, training and/or education
  • Prior experience working with large rotating heavy industry machinery and equipment
  • Demonstrated ability to lead others with or without direct authority
  • Solid organizational skills
  • Working knowledge of SAP
  • Familiarity with Microsoft Office products including MS Excel and Word
  • Prior experience working with or interpreting Collective Bargaining Agreements is a plus
  • Ability to anticipate and adapt to changing situations
  • Ability to perform tasks that include walking, climbing equipment, working within confined spaces and occasionally lifting up to 50 lbs.
  • Willingness to provide coverage during off-shift hour and weekends as required

To Apply: Please visit http://www.lehighhanson.com/careers
 



#17-70 - Area Manager - Lehigh Hanson - San Luis Obispo, CA (added 5/18/17)

JOB SUMMARY - Reporting to the Vice President & General Manager, this position is responsible for the management of the central coast Aggregates and RMC businesses. The position is accountable for the development and implementation of the strategic plan as well as the achievement of short & long term goals for safety, profitability, growth, cost control, capital investments, compliance, asset and human resource management.

What you’ll get to do:

• Lead business unit for maximization of profitability, achievement of operating plan targets and growth
• Improve operational processes to achieve cost leadership and optimized product quality
• Develop & execute a strategic plan which is aligned with the other product lines for growth
• Identify & acquire aggregate deposits to maintain inventory of reserves according to strategic plan targets
• Provide direction and guidance to the sales, production, maintenance, and quality control functions
• Develop and maintain strong relationships with key customers, recognize and adapt to changing customer and market needs
• Manage & develop the human resources of the business; actively participate in labor relations
• Ensure compliance with environmental standards and government regulations related to permitting and reclamation
• Identify capital projects, oversee the development of AFEs and management of approved projects
• Maintain liaison with local community, industry organizations & regulatory bodies to stay abreast with such groups who impact upon the business
• Ensure compliance requirements are met including implementation of guidelines, completion of required training, and monitoring compliance.

Who we are looking for:

• Bachelor’s degree in Business, Engineering or related field
• Minimum of ten years progressively responsible business experience, including three to five years’ experience in a management position
• Extensive knowledge in mining and processing of aggregates preferred
• Extensive knowledge in customer management, market conditions and issues around the development and maintenance of reserves preferred
• Performance and result driven; strong strategic thinking, problem solving, and decision making skills.
•Proactively manage safety and health initiatives to continuously improve performance and promote the highest level of safety in the aggregates business

To Apply: Please visit http://www.lehighhanson.com/careers
 



#17-69 - Ready Mix Driver - Rancho Ready Mix - Colton/Lake Elsinore/Beaumont, CA (added 5/18/17)

JOB SUMMARY - Delivers quality ready-mix concrete product to our customers in a safe, timely, and efficient manner. Ready Mix Driver activities are monitored and compliance is verified through the utilization of routine record audits on driver responsibilities and preventative maintenance records. Supports management with customer relations and logistics during the entire product delivery process.

ESSENTIAL JOB RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Delivers product following designated routes to and from job sites.
  • Ensures quality of product delivered including proper mix and slump design.
  • Ensures mixer is safe and mechanically sound.
  • Maintains the cleanliness of vehicle to Motor Carrier standards inside and out.
  • Accurately maintains logbooks for inspection reports and daily log sheets.
  • Follows and complies with all DOT and California commercial license requirements.
  • Assists other drivers as necessary by reporting delays and/or problems to dispatcher.
  • Understands basic testing procedures including field tests performed by others.
  • Operates all functions and stages of concrete delivery (ex. load preparation, handling and assembling discharge chutes and extensions, post-delivery cleaning and maintenance).
  • Assists management with customer relations and logistics.
  • Provide backup functions for logistics and management as needed.
  • Ensures efficient customer service throughout all processes using effective communication skills to achieve premium customer relations.
  • Complies with all laws relating to commercial driving and environmental compliance.
  • Follow the Company’s Employee Standards of Expectations of Behavior.
  • Maintains a safe work environment by following all Company safety rules, standard operating procedures and general management practices.
  • Performs any other duties assigned.

JOB SPECIFICATIONS

  • Effective verbal and written communication skills required.
  • Overtime may be required to meet customer demands.
  • Must be able to work in a heavy industrial environment, exposed to weather elements, some noise; perform some work in confined spaces, and around dust.
  • Must be able to wear all required personal protective equipment for the task, but not limited to, safety glasses, respiratory protection, safety belts, gloves, and hard hat.
  • Must be able to perform heavy work and heavy lifting up to 50 lbs. with occasional lifting up to 90 lbs.
  • Experience
    • Minimum 2 years’ experience driving a ready mix concrete truck.
    • Must have knowledge of ready mix materials and delivery processes.
  • Licenses
    • Must meet DOT qualifications and meet minimum Motor Carrier requirements.
    • Class A or B California commercial driver’s license.

To Apply: Please send resume to jobs@ranchoreadymix.com
 



#17-68 - Disaster Assistance Program Specialist I - California Governor's Office of Emergency Services - Sacramento, CA (added 5/18/17)

For more information, please visit: https://jobs.ca.gov/CalHrPublic/Jobs/JobPosting.aspx?JobControlId=63554

 



#17-67 - Sales Representative - Salt River Materials Group - Southwest Territory (e.g. CA, NV, UT, ID) (added 5/17/17)

JOB SUMMARY - This position is primarily responsible for the sales of SRMG products, including customer maintenance, new customer development, A/R collections, industry association participation, and assistance in the marketing/advertising of products. Products include fly ash, pozzolans, aggregates, cement, and others as directed by the Vice President of Business Development.

Essential Requirements:

  • Travel required within California, Nevada, Utah and Idaho
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
  • College Degree and/or three years of sales/marketing experience or equivalent
  • Knowledge and experience preferred within the cement, fly ash/pozzolans, or concrete industries
  • Ability to develop and service customers and work independently out of an unsupervised office or residence as needed
  • Maintain valid driver license and acceptable driving record
  • Computer literate with working knowledge of Microsoft Outlook, Word, Power Point and Excel
  • Exceptional verbal and written communication skills for communicating to customers

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Maintain a good, safe work ethic and comply with all SRMG and customer safety policies and procedures
  • Market and sell SRMG products with the utmost attention to customer needs
  • Visit customers on a consistent basis to effectively and efficiently assess customer needs
  • Develop and maintain a high level of technical and market knowledge
  • Provide technical support for SRMG products, competitors’ products and customers’ processes
  • Establish new customer accounts, collecting proper documentation and evaluate credit worthiness
  • Pursue collection, in conjunction with the Credit Manager, of all outstanding accounts receivable
  • Become actively involved in appropriate industry groups and trade associations
  • Maintain and expand existing markets, as necessary, by working with current customers and owner/agencies to obtain maximum product usage
  • Develop new markets by introducing potential customers and owner/agencies to new product uses and technology
  • Develop and maintain relationships with transportation companies
  • Work a flexible schedule, including travel to, and attendance of, industry and customer events or training as required
  • Any and all other duties deemed necessary or incidental to this job classification

To Apply: Please complete an application at http://www.srmaterials.com, email to dpeters@srmaterials.com or (480) 850-4317
 



#17-66 - Quarry Maintenance/Industrial Mechanic -  Robertson's Ready Mix, Ltd. - Cabazon/Corona/El Cajon/Redlands/Rialto, CA (added 5/15/17)

JOB SUMMARY - This is a skilled position involving Maintenance and Repair of industrial equipment at an open pit mine operation at the following Rock Plant Site: Cabazon, Corona, El Cajon, Redlands and Rialto. Applicants must have Two years of experience in Repair and Maintenance of industrial equipment.

Job Description Summary

  • Inspects, repairs, and rebuilds on all stationary equipment
  • Disassembles and rebuilds all types of screening, crushing and conveying equipment
  • Replaces bearings, idlers, gearboxes, electric motors, belt drives.
  • Cut and Stick welding
  • Shift position
  • Able to work overtime
  • Willing to work 6 days/week, some holidays when needed, and flexible to schedule changes
  •  Perform daily pre-and-post inspections with appropriate documentation in compliance with company policy
  • Must be able to access all plant locations and perform the essential job duties of this position, including heavy lifting, heights of 70’, confined spaces, climbing ladders or stairs
  • Perform other duties as assigned

Education/Experience/Requirements

  • Previous related experience in construction field/ manufacturing/industrial repair and/or training
  • Two years experience in Maintenance and repairs
  • Must have personal hand tools

To Apply: Please contact Amy Trujillo at Amyt@rrmca.com or (951) 493-6500 ext. 6387
 



#17-65 - Quarry Plant Manager - Robertson's Ready Mix, Ltd. - El Cajon, CA (added 5/15/17)

JOB SUMMARY - This is a Plant Manager position in an open pit mine operation at our El Cajon Rock Plant Site. Plant Manager works closely with Area Manager in overseeing the aggregate production plant, mining operations, ensuring operations run in safe manner, in compliance with environmental requirements and efficiently.

Job Description Summary

  • Responsible for knowing and understanding all laws, policies, and regulations that affect mining operations (ex; MSHA,OSHA, Storm water, Air quality.)
  • Ability to prioritize, delicate, and manage multiple tasks
  • Address and manage employees issues, enforce policy and regulations and hold employee accountable
  •  Training and development of employees
  • Manage the daily production of a crushed stone aggregate operation
  •  Oversee that all reports, time cards and other related paperwork are completed, turned in, and filed
  • Able to work long hours as needed
  • Day Shift position
  • Willing to work 6 days/week, some holidays when needed

Education/Experience

  • Experience with drilling and blasting preferred but not necessary
  • Experience interacting with governmental agencies
  • 3 years supervisory experience in mining environment preferred
  • 5+ years experience in aggregate operations with understanding of material processing equipment such as crushers, screens, conveyors and associated mobile equipment
  • High school diploma or GED

To Apply: Please contact Amy Trujillo at Amyt@rrmca.com or (951) 493-6500 ext. 6387



#17-64 - Quarry Foreman - Robertson's Ready Mix, Ltd. - Corona/El Cajon, CA (added 5/15/17)

JOB SUMMARY - This is a Foreman position in an open pit mine operation at both our El Cajon and our Corona Rock Plant Sites This position is the frontline supervisor of the crew and is responsible for managing each employee’s daily tasks as well as plant production goals.  

Job Description Summary

  • Understands the safety and environmental regulations related to mining
  • Directs and participates in operation, inspection, maintenance and repair of aggregate processing equipment  
  • Works closely with Plant Manager in  the planning and coordinating of daily mining activities such as pit and plant production, plant maintenance, and mobile equipment
  • Responsible for leading safety culture, training of  employees
  • Shift position
  • Able to work overtime
  • Willing to work 6 days/week, some holidays when needed and flexible to schedule changes
  • Perform other duties as assigned

Education/Experience

  • Experience with drilling and blasting preferred but not necessary
  • 1 year supervisory experience
  • 2 years experience in aggregate operations with understanding of material processing equipment such as crushers, screens, conveyors and associated mobile equipment
  • High school diploma or GED

To Apply: Please contact Amy Trujillo at Amyt@rrmca.com or (951) 493-6500 ext. 6387



#17-63 - Water Resource Engineer- Lehigh Hanson - Cupertino, CA (added 5/12/17)

JOB SUMMARY - Reporting to the Permanente Cement Plant Environmental Manager, this position is responsible for ensuring compliance with all water resources related applicable Federal, State and local environmental and land use laws and regulations, requirements for the cement plant, quarry, and aggregate plant at this location. This position requires a high level of technical knowledge on water resources management, specifically on water treatment systems, water chemistry and process engineering. Microbiology knowledge is a plus. The position requires management skills, communication skills both verbal and written, and organization skills. 

What you’ll get to do:

  • Manage and lead the optimal functioning of the water treatment plant, including supervision of three operators. This includes the optimization of standard operating procedures
  • Manage and coordinate all sampling, monitoring, and reporting related to the performance of the process water treatment plant (ultra-filtration, reverse osmosis, biological treatment) and the sewage treatment plant.
  • Ensure the optimization of water management at the facility.
  • Review all the technical aspects of the reports submitted to the corresponding water management authorities.
  • Investigate and resolve any potential malfunction of the existing (Interim) and new (Final) water treatment systems. This includes R&D in the biological treatment, and the ability to anticipate necessary changes in the operation of the water treatment plant when effluent changes occur.
  • Collaborate with the operations team at the plant and quarry to ensure successful implementation of water management obligations.
  • Ensure compliance requirements related to water management at the quarry and cement plant are met through organizational and procedural measures.
  • Successfully complete assigned training provided by Lehigh Hanson.
​​​​​​Who we are looking for:
  • Bachelor’s degree in a related water resources management, scientific, or engineering discipline. Master’s and PhD degree preferred.
  • A minimum of 5 years of proven successful water resources management experience, specifically on water treatment systems, water chemistry, and process engineering.
  • Grade level II or higher wastewater plant operator certification in accordance with California Title 23, Div. 3, Chapter 26 Wastewater Treatment Plant Classification, Operator Certification, and Contract Operator Registration Program.
  • Microbiology knowledge is a plus.
  • Ability to independently learn and understand technical, regulatory, and external issues regarding water management resources at the plant and quarry.
  • Ability to independently develop, lead, and implement effective solutions to water resources management.
  • Ability to effectively communicate and implement systems required compliance and operational activities to plant employees who are tasked with performing them.
  • Ability to communicate with internal and external parties in a collaborative, positive manner, representing the Company’s environmental interests.
  • Competence with computing software.
  • Must have and maintain a Driver’s License valid in California.

Competencies:

  • Strong technical knowledge and problem solving.
  • Commitment and engagement through high level of work ethic and utilization of abilities for the best of the company.
  • Performance and result management.
  • People management (i.e. management of subordinates’ performance and enabling teamwork).
  • Demonstrated openness to change, flexibility, and adaptability.
  • Establish trust and relationships.
  • Entrepreneurial management (i.e. consideration of long-term risks and opportunities).
  • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal.
  • Ability to motivate teams.
  • Demonstrated drive and initiative.

To Apply: Please visit http://www.lehighhanson.com/careers
 



#17-62 - Safety Manager - Lehigh Hanson - Fresno, CA (added 5/8/17)

JOB SUMMARY - The Safety Manager will be responsible for the coordination and administration of the Safety Programs for all the Central Valley aggregates, ready mix, hot mix asphalt, and recycle facilities to assure compliance with Corporate and plant Safety Policies and state and federal legislation and regulations. This position reports to the VP/GM. 

What you’ll get to do:

  • Administers plant safety program, monitors compliance with company policies and procedures and state and federal legislation and regulations.
  • Conducts compliance inspections.
  • Assures that all employees, visitors and contractors are properly trained in job hazards and safe work practices.
  • Conducts quarterly safety audits. Inspects facilities, machinery, and safety equipment to identify and correct potential hazards, and to ensure safety regulation compliance.
  • Represents plant to regulatory inspectors and agencies (MSHA, Cal-OSHA, DOT, etc.).
  • Assists in developing and administering plant safety training programs for all employees and newly hired employees.
  • Serves on the Joint Safety and Health Committee.
  • Assists in developing or locating specialized training programs for On-the-Job (OJT) Training Programs, and oversees the administration of that program.
  • Maintains accurate record keeping of safety compliance and employee training records.
  • Keeps current with regard to technical and regulatory issues for employee safety and health.
  • Maintains current listing of material safety data sheets for controlled products used on the plant site.
  • Provide guidance on the purchase and maintenance of safety equipment.
  • Ensures safety systems are maintained and data is accurate.
  • Works with Human Resources and other members of Regional Safety Team to develop programs and policies.
  • Responsible for ensuring Workers Compensation claims management process is followed and claims are handled effectively.
  • Ensure compliance requirements are met through organizational and procedural measures including implementation of Group guidelines, performing training, monitoring compliance etc.
  • Proactively manage health & safety of employees to continuously improve the
    company's health & safety performance.
Who we are looking for:
  • BA or BS degree in safety or industrial hygiene or equivalent experience.
  • 3-5 years safety experience in a heavy manufacturing or mining environment.
  • Experience in industrial hygiene sampling and computation.
  • Knowledge of state & federal statutes and regulations pertaining to safety – MSHA, OSHA, Cal-OSHA.
  • Experience as a trainer in safety subjects.
  • Proficient computer skills with Microsoft Office products.
  • Accurate record keeping and ability to prepare reports and analysis.
  • Demonstrated experience in skill sets such as problem solving, creativity, strategic thinking, and decision making.
  • Excellent interpersonal, organizational, and communication skills, both written and oral

To Apply: Please visit http://www.lehighhanson.com/careers
 



#17-61 - Business Manager - CalPortland - Glendora, CA (added 5/8/17)

JOB SUMMARY - This position provides management oversight for the local accounting and analytical support requirements for the Southern California Materials Division, reporting to the VP/GM of the Division.

Duties:

  • Provide supervision, guidance, and support for the local administrative and clerical staff performing functions related to accounting support activities, such as bill preparation, inventory control, contract administration, data entry, etc.
  • Assist direct reports with employee development and conduct annual employee development reviews
  • Compile and analyze monthly P&L statements and resolve discrepancies
  • Oversee annual budgeting for the Division
  • Prepare and deliver financial presentations for quarterly review and monthly management meetings
  • Work closely with corporate functions and peers in the other Materials Division on process improvement activities
  • Provide input, support and roll-out for corporate initiatives at the local level
  • Provide regular Division updates as required
  • Ensure the cross-training and back-up planning for all administrative functions
  • Provide administrative support for all Division, Sales and Plant Operations
  • Perform other duties as assigned by senior management
Career Level: Mid-Career
Years of experience: 5 + years
Education: Accounting degree or minimum of 8 years accounting experience

Requirements/Qualifications:

  • At least three years of related supervisory experience; minimum two (2) years accounting experience.
  • Prior inventory mangement
  • Experience with a large ERP system
  • Knowledge of office procedures and systems
  • Proficiency with all MS Office software, especially Excel.
  • Strong leadership, organization and interpersonal skills
  • Strong oral and written communication skills
  • Experience troubleshooting complex administrative business problems
  • Able to produce analysis and recommendations for problem-solving and process improvements

Preferred:

  • Experience working in a construction materials business
  • Experience with SAP

To Apply: Please visit http://www.appone.com/MainInfoReq.asp?R_ID=1588296&B_ID=44&fid=1&ssbgcolor=04649c&SearchScreenID=6062
 



#17-59 - Weighmaster/Lab Tech Assistant - Pacific Aggregates, Inc. - Lake Elsinore, CA (added 5/8/17)

JOB SUMMARY - Weighs, measures, or counts a bulk commodity, outside of the presence of one party to the transaction, and issues a certificate documenting the quantity that is used as the basis of a sale.  The Weighmaster can be the buyer, seller, or third party.  Weighmaster activities are monitored and compliance is verified through the utilization of routine record audits, tare verifications and occasional test sales or purchases. Supports management with customer relations and logistics during the entire product delivery process.

ESSENTIAL JOB RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Determine the gross and tare weights by identifying the weight and accurately recording the materials.
  • Weigh vehicles and containers to verify the net weight statements.
  • Provide any reporting measures required for material management.
  • Maintains logbooks.  Completes tickets and other weight documents as required.
  • Assists management with customer relations and logistics.
  • Provide support and customer assistance regarding incoming sales needs.
  • Schedule trucking and deliveries.
  • Handle cost estimates and pricing with customers within direct management guidelines and/or recommend changes to products as needed.
  • Propose changes in processes, materials or services, which would result in cost reductions or improvements.
  • Data entry and attention to detail
  • Obtains samples from readymix or aggregate stockpiles and, using laboratory instruments, evaluates for adherence to company and industry specifications.  Notifies supervisor of passing or failing results
  • Monitors readymix jobsites and supervises any operations related to the company on the job
  • Maintains spreadsheets and documentation related to quality tests performed in the laboratory
  • Work with customers to resolve problems and plant personnel to ensure adequate supplies of products are available.
  • Provide backup functions for laboratory, logistics and management as needed.
  • Ensure efficient customer service throughout all processes using effective communication skills to achieve premium customer relations
  • Comply with all laws relating to Weighmasters regulated by the California Code of Regulations, Title 4, Division 9, Chapter 9 and the California Business and Professions Code, Division 5, Chapter 7.
  • Provide assistance and support with inspections from the County Weights and Measures.
  • Maintains a safe work environment by following all Company safety rules, standard operating procedures and general management practices.
  • Any other duties assigned.

JOB SPECIFICATIONS

  • Effective verbal and written communication skills required.
  • Ability to lift up to 50 lbs. may be required.
  • Computer literate
  • Valid CA driver’s license
  • Education
    • High school diploma or GED equivalent required.
  • Experience
    • Minimum 1-3 years’ experience in industry preferred.
    • Must know or develop thorough knowledge of aggregate materials and delivery processes
    • Must have or develop effective sales techniques
  • Licenses
    • Have or obtain Deputy Weighmaster Certification issued by the Division of Measurement Standards
    • Willing to be trained and certified under ASTM standards for testing ready mix concrete and aggregates

To Apply: Please send resume to jobs@pacificaggregates.com


#17-58 - Regional Buyer - CalPortland - Glendora, CA (added 5/2/17)

JOB SUMMARY -  The Regional Buyer will facilitate the procurement of materials and related services by the company. This includes implementing companywide agreements for operations relating to MRO, electricity, fuel, freight, raw materials and service agreements. The Regional Buyer supervises the actions of the purchase order creators and goods receipt receivers in the assigned region to insure flawless transaction completion throughout the procurement cycle. Develop on-going communications with other Regional Buyers to ensure consistent procedures and processes are followed across the Company. Work with Accounts Payable to quickly resolve any vendor payment issues.

Duties:

  • Subject Matter Expert on CalPortland procurement processes providing training and oversight to regional purchase order creator and goods receipt receiver roles.
  • Execute companywide single source agreements in the region for the procurement of required materials, MRO and services from approved suppliers enhancing profitability.
  • Responsible for Regional PCard
  • Submit suggestions to the Director of Purchasing that may improve supply chain strategies and mitigate potential shortage issues on long lead time items.
  • Obtain materials, components and equipment from the approved vendor list to reduce supplier base and rouge spending.
  • Plan, schedule and monitor the movement of fuel, freight, MRO and raw materials to the required destination, ensuring that every effort is made to meet delivery schedules provided by Operations.
  • Expedite orders as necessary. Identify actual and potential delivery problems and take proactive steps to inform appropriate Operations personnel.
  • Resolve invoice issues with suppliers and implement appropriate root cause corrections.
  • Work with suppliers on technical issues as required streamlining processes.
  • Update education and skill set to stay current on materials and procurement concepts.
  • Verify procurement data accuracy (Parts Numbers, BOMs, Part Costs) in SAP; solve or report problems to appropriate parties.
  • Identify, understand, and utilize SAP reports.
  • Update written procedures for routine job responsibilities annually.
  • Identify procurement problem areas and offer possible solutions.
  • Participate in special assignments as requested by the Director of Purchasing.
  • Work as a catalyst between Purchasing and Operations on implementing best practice procedures to eliminate non-value added work.
  • Perform supplier audits to validate that they are exceeding Operation’s needs.
  • Continually assess market conditions which may affect procurement and recommend materials management strategy enhancements to the Director of Purchasing and Operations managers.
  • Strive to minimize freight and handling costs.
  • Analyze and correct material cost variances, provide reporting to the Director of Purchasing.
  • Responsible for optimizing material costs through vendor analysis, quality, schedule, and cost evaluation.
  • Mentor purchase order creators and goods receipt receivers to improve skills development and promotion potential.
  • Other duties as assigned by the Director of Purchasing
Career Level: Mid-career
Years of experience: 7 to 10 years

Education:
BA/BS in Supply Chain Management / Business / Engineering or related field required

Requirements/Qualifications:
  • Comprehensive knowledge of ERP purchasing, materials and supply chain functions.
  • Ability to manage the entire Procure to Payment process.
  • Strong interpersonal and leadership skills; Able to forge internal colleague and external supplier relationships.
  • Ability to comply with existing and adapt quickly to new processes.
  • Strong oral and written communication skills.
  • Strong analytical skills and detail-orientation
Preferred:
  • Professional certifications (APICS or ISM Certification)
  • Knowledge of SAP Enterprise Resource Planning or equivalent.
  • Procurement experience in the Building Materials Industry highly desired.
  • Multiple language knowledge is beneficial, not required.
  • Computer Skills:
  • To perform this job successfully, an individual should have strong computer skills; specifically SAP software, MS Office (Word, Excel, and Power Point).

To Apply: Please visit  http://www.appone.com/MainInfoReq.asp?R_ID=1582186&B_ID=44&fid=1&ssbgcolor=04649c&SearchScreenID=6062
 


#17-57 - Inside Sales Representative - Pacific Aggregates, Inc. - Lake Elsinore, CA (added 5/1/17)

JOB SUMMARY - The Inside Sales Representative is responsible for the efficient coordination in all aspects of customer service relevant to internal and external customers of Pacific Clay Products, Inc.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following:

 

  1. Must have excellent customer service skills and be able to display the ability to communicate effectively and professionally with others
  2. Must have a high level of proficiency in computers and the ability to learn and master multiple software programs.
  3. Consistently maintains and displays a positive attitude with external and internal personnel
  4. Take and schedule local, out of state distributor, National Account and Home Center sales orders over the phone, emails and faxes.
  5. Answer customers questions in a professional manner
  6. First contact for walk-in customers
  7. Input orders in ROI software. Understand and use the system as it applies to sales orders, billing, shipping and invoicing
  8. Process invoices
  9. Monitor inventory levels and keep production informed of product outages and pending customer demands
  10. Keep brochures and samples up to date
  11. Keep price sheets up to date
  12. Contact trucking companies to pick up product for on time deliveries for all customers
  13. Review architectural shape drawings for sizing, color and texture verifications and prepare architectural job packets
  14. Coordinate and schedule railcar loading  and shipments
  15. Other duties as required

QUALIFICATIONS 

  • High School diploma or GED required.
  • Valid CA Driver’s License
  • Good communication, math, organizational and reasoning skills
  • Must be able to multi-task effectively and work in a team environment
  • Computer literate
  • Prefer 2-3 years’ experience in a sales/customer service

To Apply: Please email Brenna De Paris at bdeparis@pacificclay.com or (951) 674-3206
 



#17-56 - Environmental Manager - CalPortland - Oro Grande, CA (added 4/26/17)

Job Summary: Plans, directs and performs duties necessary for administering environmental compliance function.

Duties:

  • Provides support and assistance to the Oro Grande cement plant regarding implementation of company environmental policies and compliance programs.
  • Provides staff support in developing, implementing, and maintaining environmental plans and procedures for assuring compliance with local, state, and federal environmental regulations by company facilities and operations.
  • Coordinates and provides training to new hires and periodic training to other employees with respect to environmental compliance programs.
  • In conjunction with plant operations, division, and corporate managers, maintains records, files and prepares reports a needed for compliance with environmental requirements.
  • In conjunction with plant operations, division, and corporate managers, prepares and maintains plans and procedures for environmental programs, e.g., Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan, Spill Prevention, Control & Countermeasure Plan, Hazard Communication, California Environmental Reporting System (CERS/CUPA) and Universal Waste Program.
  • Develops and implements regulatory compliance programs in cooperation and coordination with corporate, division, and plant management.
  • Inspects and monitors in-plant equipment, work sites, plant procedures and environmental conditions to assure compliance by employees, contractors, and visitors.
  • Responds to and assists in the event of operational incidents relating to regulatory compliance and develops information for required reports to governmental agencies.
  • As directed, investigates compliance related incidents regarding operational procedures, causation information, and potential practices for enhancing compliance.
  • Communicates accurately and knowledgeably with various governmental agencies regarding regulatory programs, permits, and compliance matters - including but not limited to the local Air Pollution Control Districts and Environmental Health Departments for San Bernardino County, and Lahontan Regional Water Quality Control Board.
  • Prepares and submits applications and updates environmental permits and agency authorizations for all operations, e.g., air pollution control permits, storm water discharges authorizations, mining and use permits, reclamation plans, Corps 404 permits, US Fish and Wildlife permits, NOAA Fisheries permits and State Fish and Game Department permits, etc.
  • Oversee and inspect environmental conditions at CalPortland leased properties in and around the Oro Grande plant.
  • Compile the necessary information and submit annual reports to federal, state, and county regulatory agencies as required. These would include annual APCD reports, annual hazardous materials and hazardous waste reports, etc.
  • Attend and represent CalPortland at Planning Commission and Board of Supervisor or other Agency meetings as necessary regarding new or existing permits, new applications and/or major issues affecting our industry.
  • Provides input and analysis on new or proposed operational activities, operational locations, and regulatory plans and programs. 
  • Prepares requisitions for outside services, directs vendors and consultants and provides contact administration on projects as assigned.
  • Works with trade and professional associations to increase understanding of an influence over environmental regulatory requirements.
  • Communicate effectively, get along with others and work effectively and professionally under pressure and within deadlines.
Career Level: Management
Years of experience: 5 to 7 years

Education:
Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Science or other related field, or equivalent training and experience

Requirements/Qualifications:
  • Proficiency in word processing, data base management and general personal computer applications
  • Good verbal and written communication skills and ability to teach or train effectively
  • Working knowledge of applicable environmental regulations
  • Must be physically able to access all plant areas and equipment to accomplish job function

To Apply: Please visit http://www.appone.com/MainInfoReq.asp?R_ID=1567085&B_ID=44&fid=1&ssbgcolor=04649c&SearchScreenID=6062
 



#17-54 - Grading & Excavating Foreman - CalPortland - Santa Maria, CA (added 4/25/17)

Job Summary: Project foreman specializing in earthwork and grading.

Duties:

Responsible for the safety, production, and quality of various earth-moving projects involving scrapers, and other support equipment. 

Coordination and cooperation with other onsite operations is necessary. 

Assisting in crew selection may also be required.

Education:

High school diploma or GED.

Requirements/Qualifications:

Class C license.

Reliable attendance for varied work shifts.

Grade checking capabilities.

Prior experience successfully managing mass earthwork and grading.

Must be able to work in a safety-conscious manner.

Complete, compile, oversee, and submit various paperwork related to safety, equipment, etc.

Computer timecard and data entry (training available).

Capable of personnel management and accountability.

Preferred:

Class A license.

GPS experience.

Experience in equipment maintenance.

Ability to proficiently operate a scraper, motor grader, loader, compactor, dozer, and/or excavator.

To Apply: Please visit http://www.calportland.com and click on the Careers tab. Resumes can also be faxed to 805-345-3495.
 



#17-53 - Asphalt Screed Operator - CalPortland - Santa Maria, CA (added 4/25/17)

Job Summary: Skillfully operate and maintain an asphalt screed for heavy civil construction.

Duties:

Asphalt screed operation related to asphalt construction.

Various general labor tasks.

Thorough equipment inspections.

Education:

High school diploma or GED.

Requirements/Qualifications:

Class C license.

Reliable attendance for varied work shifts.

Must be able to work independently and within a team.

Prior experience working in a heavy civil construction environment.

Must be able to work in a safety-conscious manner.

Preferred:

Class A license.

GPS experience.

Ability to proficiently operate an asphalt paver, skiploader, backhoe, and/or excavator.

Ability to operate a roller in the breakdown, intermediate, or finish phases.

To Apply: Please visit http://www.calportland.com and click on the Careers tab. Resumes can also be faxed to 805-345-3495.
 



#17-52 - Excavator/Backhoe Operator - CalPortland - Santa Maria, CA (added 4/25/17)

Job Summary: Skillfully operate and maintain excavator and backhoe for heavy civil projects.

Duties:

Responsible for safe and efficient operation of various-sized excavators and backhoes.

Operate other types of standard heavy civil construction equipment.

Various general labor tasks.

Thorough equipment inspections.

Basic fueling and lubricating of equipment.

Education:

High school diploma or GED.

Requirements/Qualifications:

Class C license.

Reliable attendance for varied work shifts.

Must be able to work independently and within a team.

Ability to safely and proficiently operate excavators and backhoes on various terrains.

Familiarity with mass earthmoving, removing/replacing concrete flatwork, and underground best practices and principles.

Must be able to work in a safety-conscious manner.

Preferred:

Class A license.

GPS experience.

Ability to proficiently operate a scraper, motor grader, compactor, dozer, and/or excavator.

To Apply: Please visit http://www.calportland.com - and click on the Careers tab. Resumes can also be faxed to 805-345-3495.
 



#17-51 - Asphalt Roller Operator - CalPortland - Santa Maria, CA (added 4/25/17)

Job Summary: Skillfully operate and maintain an asphalt roller for heavy civil projects.

Duties:

Asphalt rolling related to asphalt construction.

Education:

High school diploma or GED.

Requirements/Qualifications:

Class C license.

Reliable attendance for varied work shifts including nights.

Must be able to work independently and within a team.

Prior experience working in a heavy civil construction environment.

Must be able to work in a safety-conscious manner.

Preferred:

Class A license.

Experience in traffic control.

Ability to operate a roller in the breakdown, intermediate, or finish rolling phase.

Ability to use straight edge for freeway applications.

Ability to operate a skiploader, backhoe, and/or excavator.

To Apply: Please visit http://www.calportland.com - and click on the Careers tab. Resumes can also be faxed to 805-345-3495.
 



#17-50 - Grade Checker - CalPortland - Santa Maria, CA (added 4/25/17)

Job Summary: Perform various grade checking duties involving mass earthwork and grading projects.

Duties:

Responsible for grade control.
Scraper cut and fill instructions.
Support equipment instructions.

Education:

High school diploma or GED.

Requirements/Qualifications:

Class C license.

Reliable attendance.

Ability to work on foot in rough terrain daily.

Grade checking capabilities and use of basic hand tools.

Familiarity with mass earthmoving best practices and principles.

Must be able to work independently and within a team.

Must be able to work in a safety-conscious manner.

Preferred:

GPS experience.

Ability to proficiently operate a scraper, motor grader, loader, compactor, dozed, and/or excavator.

To Apply: Please visit http://www.calportland.com - and click on the Careers tab. Resumes can also be faxed to 805-345-3495.
 



#17-49 - Asphalt Raker - CalPortland - Santa Maria, CA (added 4/25/17)

Job Summary: Skillfully perform the duties of an asphalt raker and laborer.

Duties:

Shoveling and raking asphalt.

General labor related to asphalt construction.

Education:

High school diploma or GED.

Requirements/Qualifications:

Class C license.

Reliable attendance.

Must be able to work independently and within a team.

Prior experience working in a heavy civil construction environment.

Must be able to work in a safety-conscious manner.

Preferred:

Class A license.

Experience in traffic control.

Ability to dump bottom hoppers for windrow paving.

Ability to use straight edge for freeway applications.

To Apply: Please visit http://www.calportand.com - and click on the Careers tab. Resumes can also be faxed to 805-345-3495.
 



#17-48 - Sales Representative - Lehigh Hanson - Phoenix, AZ (added 4/25/17)

JOB SUMMARY - 
We are seeking a dynamic sales professional who will be responsible for selling Ready Mix Concrete, Asphalt and Aggregate products within the Phoenix metropolitan market. This opportunity is perfect for the sales professional who is looking to grow their career with an industry leader. While focusing on growing existing and prospective customers to increase market share and improving profit margins, you will begin your career with a proven leader in the aggregate and materials supply industry.

ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES and TASKS

  • Selling and marketing ready mixed concrete/aggregate products within the Phoenix metropolitan market.

  • Reviewing bid documents and specifications and preparing bid packages and quotes.

  • Targeting and acquiring new accounts and maintaining existing accounts by strengthening customer relationships.

  • Represent Lehigh Hanson in industry associations.

  • Maintain accurate forecasts through formal backlog reporting.

  • Participate in effectively pricing existing and prospective customers and perform a complete follow-up. Obtain customer and project information, such as tender date, project location, schedules, bidders, volumes, etc.

  • Increase customer base through targeting and strategic sales planning.

  • Evaluate current market and project conditions. Assist in compiling customer and competitor backlogs. Assess and summarize all current job progress as well as upcoming projects. Assist in estimating and reporting competitor prices and market share.

  • Implement Company procedures and policies established by sales department, quality control, and operations, accounts receivables and payables. Submit a sales report of daily activities, pricing, tender closings, etc. to General Sales Manager.

  • Monitor customer’s loyalties and satisfaction and attract new customers. Ensure problems encountered are solved without delay and with fairness.

  • Regularly meet with customers to strengthen rapport and to address concerns. Regular site visits to monitor project needs, find new customers, and maintain a general presence in the field.

  • Participate in industry associations. Represent Lehigh Hanson at industry functions, build relationships with industry leaders, and grow your knowledge through various functions.

 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

  • 5-10 years sales experience.

  • Strong “Hunter” mentality.

  • Proficient in Microsoft Office applications.

  • Effective oral and written communication skills.

  • Goal and results oriented with the ability to take initiative.

  • Experience with CRM software, i.e. Salesforce.

To Apply: Please visit http://www.lehighhanson.com/careers
 


#17-46 - Accounting Associate - Lehigh Hanson - Redding, CA (added 4/25/17)

JOB SUMMARY - 
This position is accountable to the Plant Accountant, specifically including duties as accounts payable/receivable, receptionist, and general accounting duties.  Responsible for general office functions, as well as inputting data into SAP.  Close involvement with the Purchasing Department regarding the SAP receiving.  Prepare various account reconciliations and analyses as required.  Ordering of office supplies.

Responsibilities - 

  • Prepares the daily production report and back flushes all material in SAP.

  • Responsible for opening, dating, and scanning any invoices mailed to the plant into SAP (OnBase System), release work flow invoices after reviewing for correct coding, match receiving documents with invoices for purchase orders, handle any questions from vendors regarding payment status, and resolve any invoice discrepancies.

  • Receives and tracks raw material to ensure they are entered into system and invoices match what was received from vendor.

  • Responsible for maintaining and preparing reports of cement shipments, lime, white cement, sacks and pallets. Records dates and tons of raw materials and fuels.

  • Ensures that files are up to date and distributes to operations month end activities – inventory counts, Kwh file, etc.

  • Assistance with month end close preparation, reconciliations, and journals such as gas and diesel, Coal Tax Credit, OCR reporting and others as needed.

  • Work with Plant Accountant on annual budget preparation.

  • Ensures the accuracy of all Accounts Payable/Receivable, cement shipment functions and check log.

  • Orders office supplies as needed and prepares plants tire billing.

  • Track and monitor GR/IR Maintenance items and Consignment parts.

  • Mail – Opening and distributing and Postage Meter funding

  • Special assignments and other duties as provided by management.

Qualifications -

  • Minimum of One (1) to Three (3) years of work experience in related role

  • High School Diploma or equivalent required

  • AA Degree in Accounting or related field desired

  • Strong attention to detail

  • SAP experience desired

  • Excellent MS Excel computer skills and knowledge of MS office

  • Strong written and verbal communication skills

  • Critical thinking and solid analytical skills

  • Proven track record in meeting deadlines and working collaboratively as part of a team are essential

  • Ability to work overtime to meet deadlines

To Apply: Please visit http://www.lehighhanson.com/careers
 



#17-45 - Sales Representative - Coast Aggregates - Littlerock, CA (added 4/18/17)

JOB SUMMARY - Reporting to the Sales Manager of the Southern California area, this position will be responsible for selling and providing technical assistance for Aggregate products within the Southern California markets while focusing on growing prospective customers to increase market share and improving profit margins.

ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES and TASKS

· Generating bid documents and specifications to effectively prepare bid packages and quotes

· Maintain accurate forecasts through formal backlog reporting

· Targeting and acquiring new accounts and maintaining existing accounts by strengthening customer relationships

· Work with customers and credit function to optimize accounts receivable

· Develop and maintain strategic analysis of customer base, competition, and marketplace

· Represent our Company in industry associations

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

· Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent industry experience

· 3-5 years sales experience in the construction materials industry

· Experience in Ready Mixed Concrete Sales is a plus

· Goal and results oriented with the ability to take initiative, work with minimal supervision

· Strong organizational skills, emphasis in Time Management

· Effective oral and written communication skills

· Proficient in Microsoft Office applications

· Experience with construction materials, processes and equipment

· Knowledge of Cal Trans specifications

· Familiarity with Southern California Aggregates/RMC markets, competitors, and existing/potential customer base

To Apply: Please visit https://www.indeed.com/cmp/CEMAK-Trucking/jobs/Sales-Representative-e7f3a7f9315376f2?q=sales+representative



#17-44 - Dispatcher/Batchman - Knife River Construction - Elk Grove, CA (added 4/17/17)

JOB SUMMARY - Dispatch ready-mix concrete in a timely manner.  It includes working with customers to provide efficient service and customer service, customer satisfaction, and establishing good employee relations with employees involved with delivery.  This position also performs proper batching of concrete in accordance with all job specifications and mix designs.  Quality and consistency must be a priority.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

Dispatch orders in a timely and efficient manner.

Communicate with drivers and direct them to delivery locations.

Opening and closing procedures, answering phones, taking orders, and scheduling trucks and drivers.

Work with customers in a positive, professional manner when there are technical problems or conflicting delivery times, establishing satisfactory re-scheduled times, and contract contractors who have future ready-mix pour schedules and have failed to call in.

Ship orders in a timely and efficient manner, work with customers to adjust truck demand to meet proper deliver rate.

Correlate with drivers on all aspects of delivery and product to provide better quality and service. Must coordinate and schedule independent truck owners.

Perform batching of ready-mix, ensuring that proper mix design and job specifications are followed.

Responsible for plant maintenance and repair. Inspect plant equipment and facilities for mechanical problems and other equipment malfunctions. Relay these problems to the Plant Operations Manager.

Performs and records product testing on a scheduled basis.

Occasionally drive Ready-Mix or dump truck as needed.

Assists others in facility maintenance and safety tasks during slow or idle periods.

Must work safely and take action to prevent any and all unsafe actions, processes, and behaviors.

Must complete all required paperwork including accounting, time cards, safety or equipment reports on a daily basis.

Perform other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications:

Requires a high school diploma or GED.

Must possess and maintain a valid California driver’s license and qualify under KRC Safety Fleet Policy.  

Must be available to work overtime and weekends.

Regular attendance required.
Communicate efficiently with customers and company personnel.

Extensive knowledge of the surrounding area and a company products.

Ability to take initiative to increase the quality of one’s skills to become more efficient.

Ability to read and interpret maps.

Perform mathematical functions pertaining to billing, volumes, quantities, etc. 

Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals.

Ability to compute ratio, percentage, draw and interpret bar graphs.

Computer skills to ender orders into software.


To Apply: If unable to apply online, mail completed application to:
PO Box 6099
Stockton, CA 95206

 


 

#17-42 - Plant Clerk - Lehigh Hanson - Cupertino, CA (added 4/17/17)


JOB SUMMARY - The Plant Clerk assists the Maintenance Supervisor in the shop.

ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES and TASKS

  • Manage and input outstanding and new Mobile Equipment Work Orders in SAP. Create purchase requisitions through Work Orders and confirm proper Account Codes are assigned (CC/GL)

  • Input change orders for outside service work.

  • Track inventory counts and clear any numbers that are incorrect.

  • Search inventory numbers for mechanics and verify quantities on-hand.

  • Track status of orders and where they are in the process and "push" those identified as urgent, emergency, etc.

  • Follow up on status of Purchase Orders and why if any have stopped in the process

  • Develop Daily Report of Status of Down Equipment and provide updates as needed to internal customers

  • Develop Daily Report of Spare Parts status based on priority and needs

  • Update equipment hours weekly

  • Pick up any parts at Warehouse #1 that they are unable to deliver to Lower Garage.

  • Create weekly schedule for PM Services of plant owned equipment.

  • Follow up when PM Services are a no show along status of scheduled work repairs.

  • Maintain Shop and Lower/Upper Garages in absence of Mobile Garage Supervisor

  • Manage all aspects of rental equipment to include Annual Outages enforcing new Purchasing Rental Equipment Process.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

  • High school diploma or general education degree (GED) preferred.

  • Prior experience in the cement business or related industry preferred, but not required.

  • Proficient with computer and software databases, SAP, MS Office, and Kronos Timekeeper.

  • Experience in resolving problems and dealing with difficult situations.

  • Ability to understand oral and written instructions relating to maintenance and product

  • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal.

  • Demonstrated ability to be self directed, with minimal supervision.

  • Mobile equipment background / mechanical knowledge

To Apply: Please visit http://www.lehighhanson.com/careers



#17-41 - Assistant Plant Manager - Lehigh Hanson - Sisquoc, CA (added 3/31/17)

JOB SUMMARY - The Assistant Plant Manager assists the Plant Manager in directing and managing the plant operations for the aggregate plant.

ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES and TASKS

  • Assist plant manager in oversight of extraction, processing, storage and shipping of aggregates.

  • Provide supervision along with the plant manager of 10+ other employees.

  • Ensure accuracy in mine production reporting.

  • Follow all company policies and safety procedures.

  • Work with plant manager to develop yearly budgets.

  • Ensure product inventory control measures.

  • Audit production processes/best practice.

  • Track compliance of all necessary permits with assistance from ESH.

  • Work cross-functional with CCM, ESH and other corporate groups in the execution of mine and reclamation planning, capital improvements projects, safety and environmental inspections and periodic submittal of reports for regulatory compliance.

  • Attend daily safety and department meetings.

  • Interact with local, state and federal agencies related to the mining industry.

  • Ensure compliance requirements are met through organizational and procedural measures
    including implementation of Group guidelines, performing training, monitoring compliance etc.

  • Proactively manage health & safety of employees to continuously improve the
    company's health & safety performance.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

  • Bachelor of Science degree in mining, mechanical, or civil engineering from an accredited institution, preferred.

  • One to two years directly related experience. Experience in site development, construction and stone/sand and gravel processing strongly preferred.

  • Experience in AggQC, AutoCAD, Excel and Word is highly preferred.

  • Ability to communicate clear and concise instructions in a professional manner.

  • Knowledge of MSHA/OSHA laws.

  • Experience with site permitting (stormwater, NPDES, air quality, etc.), mine planning and land surveying strongly preferred.

  • Valid driver’s license

To Apply: Please visit http://www.lehighhanson.com/careers


#17-39 - Inventory Accountant - Syar Industries, Inc. - Napa, CA (added 3/22/17)

The Inventory Accountant is responsible for ensuring that the Company’s inventory is properly accounted for, in all locations, at all times. Specifically, the Inventory Accountant is responsible for reconciling monthly inventory balances between our reported production, physical counts and the general ledger. The Inventory Accountant will regularly analyze and record all inventory adjustments, as well as determine the cause for inventory price discrepancies, and create/establish efficient inventory policies. The Inventory Accountant partners closely with the Accounting, IT, Operations, and Quality Control teams. The Inventory Accountant is responsible for some areas of the month-end close and day-to-day operations not specifically related to inventory transactions. The position involves, but is not limited to, the following tasks and duties:

  • Partner with operations to develop process mappings and costing models for quarry, asphalt and ready-mix concrete operations

  • Develop costing policies and procedures and best practices as the business expands

  • Manage cost, price and transfer prices for all materials

  • Coordinate and reconcile physical inventories

  • Provide support in external audits and reporting

  • Develop inventory analysis reports and analyze variances

  • Assist in the improvement of internal controls related to inventory

  • Perform accounting functions as assigned including, but not limited to recording journal entries, and preparing monthly account reconciliations

  • Ensure accurate and timely monthly, quarterly, and year end close processes

  • To APple: Please send cover letter and reume to Other duties as assigned by supervisor

The hours of work for this position are usually from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.  This is a salaried, exempt position. This is a full-time position with a full benefit package including a 401(k) plan.

Travel:  Up to 10% travel to various locations within approximately a 50-mile radius, in Solano and Sonoma Counties

EXPERIENCE/KNOWLEDGE OF

  • Minimum of 3 years of experience as an Inventory or Cost Accountant

  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or IMS with an understanding of US GAAP in relation to inventory;  MBA, CMA or CPA desirable

  • Experience with project management, process evaluation, multi-level costing and variance analysis

  • Excellent communication and strong negotiation skills

  • Ability to successfully multi-task in a fast-paced environment

  • This position requires an individual who is self-directed and detail-oriented with an inquisitive nature and the desire to solve problems

  • A strong work ethic with a positive "can-do" attitude and one who takes pride in the quality of their work

To Apply: Please send cover letter and resume to hr@syar.com - Attn: Ann Pearson, HR Manager



#17-38 - Field Service Representative - GCP Applied Technologies - San Jose Area, CA (added 3/6/17)

JOB DESCRIPTION

This position covers the greater San Jose, California area.  The ideal candidate has a broad knowledge of the concrete industry and related products and services; has a thorough understanding of basic sales techniques; maintains contact with established customers and develops new prospects in assigned territory; demonstrates the ability to meet customer expectations; and has a growing knowledge of competitive products and services. 

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Maintain and increase sales volume with established accounts and new customers by implementing planned sales, strategies, company marketing programs, and delivering service

  • Understand and administer customer service, in accordance with company policy, in a mutually beneficial manner, to ensure lasting goodwill between the customer and the company

  • Provide information to customers on new and current products, pricing and orders

  • Remain alert to competitive products and marketing practices, and keep management informed concerning them

  • Comply with all company policies, instructions, and directives for the fulfillment of company objectives and for maximizing profitable sales

  • Operate in a safe manner in accordance with company policy

  • Maintain up-to-date customer and territory records

  •  Prepare territory reports and expense reports as required and actively participate in the development of territory forecasts

  • Recommend new products and the modification or deletion of present products to the line; assume leadership role in introduction of new products

  • Communicate Verifi value and the connection with Ready Mix customers’ business; translate to customer P&L.

  • Set metrics for customer success

  • Create customer value targets on down channel value, implement targets with customers

  • Communicate effectively on progress to stakeholders

  • Influence customers and internal organization

  • Train and execute behavior change at customer sites as required

  • Communicate discreet product value:

REQUIRED SKILLS
Skills/Capabilities

  • Proactive, Customer-oriented

  • Analytic mind and well organized

  • Technical aptitude for construction products/material sciences

  • Financial acumen and analytical skills

  • Have the capability to grow and maintain accounts

  • Excellent oral and written communication skills

  • MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint knowledge required

REQUIRED EXPERIENCE

  • BA/BS required; MBA preferred

  • Three to five years selling value-added products in a construction related field

  • Construction industry experience desirable.

  • Broad knowledge of services, products and basic sales techniques

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JOB LOCATION 
San Jose, California, United States

POSITION TYPE
Full-Time/Regular

To apply, please click here
 



#17-36 - Maintenance Manager - Lehigh Hanson - Tehachapi, CA (added 3/2/17)


JOB SUMMARY - Reporting to the Assistant Plant Manager, the Maintenance Manager is responsible for the overall management of the mechanical and electrical maintenance functions of the plant. The primary objective of this position is to ensure the economic viability of all plant assets and an effective progress and improvement program through the efforts of the mechanical and electrical personnel.

ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES and TASKS

  • Responsible for the implementation of mechanical and electrical maintenance systems and managing modification and improvement projects.

  • Manage the allocation of mechanical and electrical maintenance resources and develop and control the plant’s maintenance budget to provide an efficient and cost-effective operation.

  • Provide oversight and leadership to the mechanical and electrical maintenance function and control system’s personnel through the following:


  • Develop a long-term vision for the Maintenance Department that is consistent with the direction and goals of the plant that works towards continuous improvement. Development of the overall maintenance plan to maximize productivity and minimize downtime by using sound and proven preventative, predictive, and corrective maintenance techniques, technologies, and programs.

  • Review and approve bid documents and technical specifications to ensure that all components for the scope work are met according to HTC and plant guidelines.

  • Coordinate plant projects and shutdowns with overall large capital projects directed by HTC personnel to ensure the timely and quality completion of the project and minimize downtime.

  • Provide continuous development and improvement of plant personnel through training, mentoring and guiding problem-solving to ensure highly motivated and skilled personnel.

  • Assess and obtain technical expertise to assist the production, process, and maintenance departments in the optimization of equipment and processes to enhance operational efficiency.

  • Responsible for reliability efforts for the plant and coordinate those activities required to meet the plant and company’s reliability objectives. Serve as a liaison between the plant and HTC regarding maintenance activities.

  • Administration of the Collective Bargaining Agreement and Company policies and procedures.

  • Provide ongoing maintenance support to the plant for all shifts by managing the plant’s maintenance on- call program. This includes evaluating and determining the course of action for maintenance incidents after hours and on weekends and may require on-site supervision of the resolution to maintain operational efficiency.

  • Ensure compliance requirements are met through organizational and procedural measures including implementation of Group guidelines, performing training, monitoring compliance etc.

  • Proactively manage health & safety of employees to continuously improve the company’s health & safety performance.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATION

  • Bachelor’s degree in engineering required, electrical or mechanical engineering with strong electrical experience strongly preferred

  • Prior experience managing staff in an electrical or mechanical maintenance function

  • Minimum of 5 years of plant electrical and mechanical maintenance experience, cement plant experience preferred

  • Solid understanding of preventive/predictive/corrective maintenance principles, techniques and technologies

  • Demonstrated ability to lead, manage and motivate others

  • Demonstrated experience in project management, problem solving and creativity, strategic thinking, and decision making

  • Ability to integrate the needs of multiple parties into an overall goal

  • Strong communication skills to ensure coordination of work and completion of tasks

  • Experience working with large rotating heavy industry machinery and equipment

  • Familiarity with Microsoft Office products including MS Excel, Word, Access, and Project

  • Good working knowledge of SAP and CAD software

  • Experience in conducting studies including IRR and NPV

  • Understanding of contractual matters (negotiation and legal aspects)

  • Good investment market pricing knowledge and cost awareness

To Apply: Please visit http://www.lehighhanson.com/careers


#17-30 - Safety Engineer - CalOSHA Mining & Tunneling -Sacramento, CA (added 2/17/17)

For more information click here.

To Apply: Please send resumes to DOSHMTSAC@dir.ca.gov



#17-28 - Plant Operator - Cemex - Moorpark, CA (added 2/15/17)

Job Summary - Under the direction of the Aggregate Plant Supervisor, the main responsibility of the Plant Operator One is to perform the necessary plant functions including operating plant skid steer loader, water truck, and basic plant and yard maintenance.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
·        Ability to operate various equipment
·        Ability to operate aggregate plant
·        Shovel dirt, stone, and aggregates
·        Able to operate various tools including but not limited to shovel, broom, pick, rake, hammer, saw, drill, concrete saw, and other tools associated with labor
·        Perform other work related duties as assigned ¨    
·        Commitment to safety, quality and service ¨    
·        Communicate effectively with supervisors, co-workers and customers
·        Able to perform basic plant and vehicle maintenance as needed
·        Monitor production to achieve output goals.
·        Monitor quality of finished product.
·        Daily maintenance checks to ensure general working condition of plant.
·        Hours vary. Overtime required when necessary

Physical Requirements/Working Conditions:
·        Must be able to handle multiple tasks in a fast paced environment ¨    
·        Ability to work as part of a team is essential
·        Able to climb a ladder
·        Requires walking, sitting, lifting, pushing, pulling and climbing to some degree.
·        Exerting up to 50 to 100 pounds of force occasionally/and or up to 25 to 50 pounds of force frequently.
·        Must be able to perform all functions, which includes pushing, turning, and/or pulling of controls.
·        Frequent exposure to dust, noise, and extreme temperatures.

To Apply: Please visit http://www.cemexusa.com/Careers - REQ#: 17000262



#17-26 - California Licensed Land Surveyor - Syar Industries, Inc. - Napa, CA (added 2/7/07)

JOB SUMMARY - 
Syar Industries is seeking a California Licensed Land Surveyor to be based out of our Napa Office. A large portion of the job will be performed in Sonoma County on the Russian River. The successful candidate must be strong enough to work in a river environment, swim, clear dense brush and carry heavy equipment weighing up to 50 lbs. Applicant must have a valid California Land Surveyor License, pass a pre-employment drug test and have two (2) points or less on their Ca DMV driver license.  Wages and benefits are union scale. Applicants must be a member of the Operator Engineers union or be willing to join. This is a full-time position.

JOB REQUIREMENTS:

Safety Requirements:

  • Employee is required to observe all safety standards and rules of - the office and/or plant operation procedures

  • Employee must report all injuries as soon as possible after occurrence to his/her supervisor and Risk Management

  • Safety gear must be worn by all employees as necessary when in the field or visiting other facilities

  • Must possess a current California driver license and clean DMV (2 points or less)

Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:

  • California Licensed Surveyor

  • A minimum of 5 years of proven successful land surveying  experience in  mining  or a similar industry

  • Ability to communicate with internal and external parties in a collaborative, positive manner, representing the Company’s  interests

  • Proficient with current surveying equipment and techniques.

  • Strong skills with CADD software, surveying, mapping and imaging software, Excel, Word, Outlook, Google Earth.

  • People management (i.e. management of subordinates’ performance and enabling teamwork)

  • Demonstrated openness to change, flexibility, and adaptability

  • Establish trust and relationships

  • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal

  • Ability to motivate teams and simultaneously manage several projects

  • Strong thinking, problem solving, and decision making skills

  • Sustainable management (i.e. compliance with laws and regulations)

  • Professional competence (i.e. knowledge of the industry and cross-functional understanding)

To Apply: Send your resume and qualifications to hr@syar.com - Attn: Human Resources reference California Licensed Land Surveyor in the subject line. Be sure to include your contact information including your phone number and email address.



#17-25 - Asphalt Plant Manager - Syar Industries, Inc. - Solano/Sonoma, CA (added 2/7/17)

JOB SUMMARY - 
The position of Asphalt Plant Manager is responsible for the operation, maintenance, quality and staffing of all the asphalt plants within Syar Industries. The duties will include ensuring the asphalt plants, products and associated equipment is safe, well maintained, of the highest quality and all certifications, permits and inspections are current and complete.

  • Ensure all asphalt operations maintain the highest standards in safety, quality, schedule and maintenance

  • Responsible for maintaining all certifications, permits and inspections to be current and complete

  • Manage asphalt plant operations to be properly staffed with qualified, well trained employees

  • Maintain asphalt materials at an optimum level and place material orders

  • Responsible for reporting material usages and inventories to accounting in accordance with financial reporting requirements

  • Coordinate closely with other facility managers

  • Coordinate plant operations to comply with all environmental requirements and work closely with Syar environmental staff to ensure all environmental reporting and compliance are met

  • Coordinate with corporate quality control/assurance staff

  • Cooperate and comply with Syar union agreements

  • Maintain safety training for asphalt plant staff

  • Work as the liaison between the company and its customers; the asphalt manager will coordinate with the customer’s superintendent and or management to ensure quality products are produced on schedule; the asphalt manager must be flexible and deal with customer order changes

  • Communicate with the Syar sales staff as to cost, production capabilities, project status and other asphalt plant information.

  • Review monthly production costs and adjust operations in order to meet budget

  • Manage the production, sales and relationships with EZ Street product

  • Provide training and development opportunities for staff

  • Assess equipment and facility requirements and make recommendations for replacement or improvement

  • Maintain a current knowledge of industry advancements, specifications, safety standards and issues

  • Maintain a working knowledge of asphalt drum and batch plants and all associated facilities (ie binder storage, RAP, etc.)

  • Must have computer skills and an intimate knowledge of asphalt plant control systems

Safety Requirements:

  • Employee is required to observe all safety standards and rules of the office and/or plant operation procedures

  • Employee must report all injuries as soon as possible after occurrence to his/her supervisor and Risk Management

  • Safety gear must be worn by all employees as necessary when in the field or visiting other facilities

  • Must possess a current California driver license and clean DMV (2 points or less)

Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:

Basic computer skills, basic proficiency Microsoft Excel
Good oral and written communication skills
Strong mathematical skills
Have the ability to communicate fluently in English
Be able to receive and understand information on the phone
Demonstrated openness to change, flexibility, and adaptability
Establish trust and relationships
High school diploma required
5 years experience managing multiple asphalt plants

To Apply: Send your resume and qualifications to hr@syar.com - Attn: Human Resources reference Asphalt Plant Manager in the subject line. Be sure to include your contact information including your phone number and email address.



#17-21 - Assistant Production Manager - Lhoist North America America - Natividad Plant - Salinas, CA (UPDATED 2/17/17)

RESPONSIBILITIES & EXPECTATIONS:

Leadership for safety and environmental for production and quarry operation:

  • Ensure a safe workplace and regulatory compliance with Federal (MSHA), State, local, and Company policies.

  • Drive team member’s environmental performance and ensure all permit/regulatory requirements are met.

  • Support Environmental Health and Safety initiatives and awareness programs.

  • Be a leader and promoter of a safety culture.

  • Ensure employees have a clear understanding of expected safety performance and the required training.

    • Ensure proper training programs are implemented for new employees.

    • Actively participate in audits for regulatory, safety and environmental compliance at the site.

Manage department to maintain and improve all plant and quarry operations.

  • Ensures quarry and production schedules are maintained to satisfy production and shipping commitments, thus minimize inventory related shortages.

  • Establishes and enforces departmental operational procedures to maximize efficiency, quality, and environmental compliance.

  • Continually drive process improvement opportunities.

  • Optimization of production capacity and asset utilization.

  • Integrate quarry and plant initiatives and goals.

  • Maintain adequate stockpile inventories

  • Maintain production records and required documents.

  • Effectively manages the quarry operation to reduce cost.

  • Actively contributes to the development and execution of long term mine plan.

  • Should be able to effectively communicate with customers on product inquiries, service and complaints.Interact with Sales Manager on a daily basis to improve our customer’s experience of buying product from Lhoist and Natividad.

  • Effectively monitor and control overtime and other costs in various departments.

Managing and Leading Staff

  • Direct and monitor the production and quarry team members. This includes adjusting staff levels, revising performance standards, employee selection/hiring, utilizing progressive discipline, employee development, etc.

  • Implement processes to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of the production department.

  • Direct, plan and coordinate the work scope of the plant automation engineer.

  • Be a positive leader that encourages cross-functional communications.

  • Be able to excel in a multi-union environment.

Project Management

  • Coordinate with quarry and maintenance to assist in timely completion of maintenance and capital projects.

  • Assist General Manager in the development of operating and capital budgets.

  • Prepare refractory plans and schedules for annual kiln outages.

  • Plan for and manage production and quarry related capital projects.

ATTRIBUTES:

  • Ten years of experience in heavy industry (preferable in lime) with heavy emphasis in production management.

  • Strong Compliance and safety orientation.

  • Knowledgeable of manufacturing and mining processes in a related mineral industry.

  • Strong quality and ISO 9001 conscience.

  • Effective planning and organizational skills.

  • Self-motivated and must be able to work independently.

  • Effective leadership and problem solving skills, including experience managing direct reports.

  • Ability and willingness to create a strong sense of teamwork, drive for results/improvement and organization cohesiveness.

  • Good communication skills-both written and verbal.

  • Demonstrated skills entering and retrieving data in a Microsoft based computer system.

  • Strong team member and prior experience in a union environment preferred.

Physical Demands include, but not limited to:

  • Must be able to work shift work, overtime, or holidays, as needed.

  • Tolerate working outside in severe weather conditions as well as exposure to industrial high temperature, noise and dust.

  • Access all areas within a site which could include heights of 120 feet, confined spaces, climbing ladders or stairs, and accessing tunnels.

Required Experience: A minimum of 10 years’ industrial experience with a supervisory background, preferably in the lime industry.

Required Education: Bachelors Degree in a mining, mechanical or other engineering background required, or equivalent combination of education and/or experience.



To Apply: Please visit http://www.lhoist.com/us_en/people-careers


 

Updated: 6/27/17 4:21 p.m.
 


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