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Overview   The Pipefitter will have knowledge of test piping systems, oxygen and acetylene cutting, basic rigging, operation of pneumatic and electric tools, and leak test-tubing systems. Must learn and understand all safety hazards related to the work and learn to safely and effectively use or operate work related tools and equipment. Will be required to work in a plant operations or a construction jobsite setting.   Responsibilities   *The following are intended as general illustrations of the work in this job class and are not all-inclusive for this position.   - Read and interpret blueprints, ISO's field installations, material takeoffs, field sketches, and understand specifications - Fabricate and install screw pipe, socket weld pipe, stainless tubing, carbon steel weld pipe, and stainless steel weld pipe - Miter and fabricate all pipe - Use beveling machine to prepare pipes/tubes for welding - Install all sizes of piping in pipe racks - Install valves, pipe hangers, and pipe supports - Must be able to install all sizes of underground pipe - Must be able to install steam and heat tracing - Must be able to perform proper bolt up of various sizes on pipe and valve flanges - Assist other craft workers as needed Qualifications   Physical - Must be able to push/pull, lift, or carry up to 50 lbs., but may occasionally push/pull, lift, or carry up to 100 lbs. - Subject to repetitive use of hands/arms, and legs - Hand/eye coordination - Must be able to communicate (hear, comprehend, and speak) to safely perform work - Will need to be able to perform sedentary to heavy work - May operate hand and power tools (electric, gas, and pneumatic) of all types - Climb and maintain balance on steel/wood framework, stairs, ladders and scaffolds - Required to use hands to grasp, lift, handle, carry or feel objects on a frequent basis - Position may require prolonged bending/twisting, walking, crawling, kneeling,  reaching overhead, squatting, pushing /pulling, or standing and lifting - Must be able to walk on uneven surfaces, muddy conditions, loose rock, loose/soft sand, etc. - May be required to work in confined spaces - Will be exposed to adverse weather conditions (Heat, Cold, Rain, Etc.) Mental - Must have the ability to communicate effectively with management/ supervision - Reading and writing comprehension is necessary for giving and receiving directions to perform work and/or safety policy - Ability to use math/complete calculations - Work at various tempos, and concentrate amid distractions - Decision making skills necessary - Detail-oriented; must be able to remember, examine, and observe details  
Job ID
2023-9804
Division
29 - Baton Rouge Mechanical
Physical Location
Plaquemine, La.
Overview    The Laborer performs manual labor tasks associated with many facets of the construction job site. Responsible for producing high quality work, safely and productively at all times, and providing feedback to ensure all materials, tools, equipment and information is available for the work. Looks for opportunities for improvement in all tasks, means and methods regarding the work, and is willing to learn from others. Must learn and understand all safety hazards related to the work and also learn to safely and effectively use or operate work related tools and equipment. Will be required to work in a plant operations or construction jobsite setting.    Responsibilities    *The following are intended as general illustrations of the work in this job class and are not all-inclusive for this position.  - Perform general clean-up - Dig footings with hand tools - Back filing - Load and unload materials - Strip concrete forms - Operate power tools, such as vibrators, compactors, jackhammers, or chipping guns - Clean and prepare sites, dig trenches, set braces to support the sides of excavations, clean up rubble and debris - Perform other physical tasks requiring minimum skill and/or experience - Assist other craft workers as needed Qualifications Physical  - Must be able to push/pull, lift, or carry up to 50 lbs., but may occasionally push/pull, lift, or carry up to 100 lbs. - Subject to repetitive use of hands/arms, and legs - Hand/eye coordination - Must be able to communicate (hear, comprehend, and speak) to safely perform work - Will need to be able to perform sedentary to heavy work - May operate hand and power tools (electric, gas, and pneumatic) of all types with proper training and authorization - Climb and maintain balance on steel/wood framework, stairs, ladders and scaffolds - Required to use hands to grasp, lift, handle, carry or feel objects on a frequent basis - Position may require prolonged bending/twisting, walking, crawling, kneeling, reaching overhead, squatting, pushing /pulling, or standing and lifting - Must be able to walk on uneven surfaces, muddy conditions, loose rock, loose/soft sand, etc. - May be required to work in confined spaces - Will be exposed to adverse weather conditions (Heat, Cold, Rain, Etc.) - May need to wear a respirator Mental   - Must have the ability to talk and communicate effectively with management/ supervision - Work at various tempos, and concentrate amid distractions - Decision making skills necessary - Detail-oriented; must be able to remember, examine, and observe details  
Job ID
2023-9801
Division
29 - Baton Rouge Mechanical
Physical Location
Plaquemine, LA
The Director of Corporate Safety will ensure Cajun sustains a world class proactive Safety Culture that fulfills our Mission and Vision. Supervisory Responsibilities: - Ensures Business Unit Managers’ of Safety meet organizational expectations and fulfill their required job duties and responsibilities. - Leads a high performance safety team through hiring, motivating, coaching, evaluating, rewarding, accountability and resource management. Duties/ Responsibilities: - Top Safety Professional within the company. Leads by example and embodies Cajun’s safety culture. - Leads development and monitoring of corporate health and safety program based on state and federal requirements, client requirements, company goals, and best safety practices. - Collaborates with Executive and Senior Management to implement safety policies and procedures. - Ensure safety manuals, incident reporting processes, investigation procedures, emergency response, and other similar processes are best of class and executed appropriately. - Voting Member of Cajun’s Risk Management Committee. - Leads the Safety Roundtable for the company. Ensures the Safety Roundtable is effective and provides maximum value. - Oversees preparation of and responses to customer and governmental agency reporting requirements. - Oversees Cajun’s corporate “Good Catch” Recognition Program - Oversees the Drug and Alcohol program in accordance with corporate policies and practices - Oversees investigations, reviews, and analyzes incidents identifying direct causes and root causes. Collaborates with leaders to develop prevention strategies and communicates strategies to the appropriate parties. - Monitor internal and external safety auditing programs and ensure corrective actions are executed timely and appropriately. - Monitor all work-related injuries and verify return-to-work and light-duty programs are completed correctly. - Provides support with Worker’s Compensation claims in accordance with company and state policies. Works closely with Risk and Insurance teams in this regard. - Collaborates with Training Department to deliver effective safety training, required certifications and incident prevention programs. - Collaborates with Business development and marketing team on related presentations and marketing activities or pre-qualification questionnaires. - Ensures safety compliance on ISNet, Avetta, PEC and other similar systems. - Measures environmental, health and safety metrics and provides timely analytics using internal tools. - Collaborates with other safety professionals nationwide to monitor trends and provide recommendations. - Authors publications for Company communications - Performs other related duties as assigned. Job Requirements - Bachelor’s degree in Occupational Safety and Health or construction field, plus seven years’ experience administering a comparable Safety and Environmental program, or an equivalent combination of education and experience required. - Four or more years of supervisory experience required. - Multi-site or Mega Site safety management experience. - Experience in industrial and/or heavy construction environment required. - Strong verbal and written communication skills. - Excellent project management skills, including effectively multi-task, strong analytical skills, and customer service focus. - Excellent computer skills and able to learn company systems and processes. - Strong business acumen. - Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail. - Strong supervisory and leadership skills.   Candidates may confidentially inquire or apply by one of the following three methods:    - Via phone at Jackson Executive Search 501.932.0040 - Via e-mail at Cajun@jacksonai.com - Online by Clicking Here   The following items must be submitted to Jackson & Associates as part of the application process:    - Cover letter outlining your interest in and qualifications for the position - Personal Bio - Resume 
Job ID
2023-9800
Division
98 - Construction Services
Physical Location
Baton Rouge
Overview The Project Manager plans, directs, and coordinates activities of designated project to ensure that goals or objectives of projects are accomplished within prescribed time frame and funding parameters by performing duties personally or through direct report supervisors. Reviews project proposal or plan to determine time frame, funding limitations, procedures for accomplishing project, staffing requirements, and allotment of available resources to various phases of project. Must learn and understand all safety hazards related to the work and learn to safely and effectively use or operate work related tools and equipment. Will be required to work in a plant operations or construction jobsite setting.   Responsibilities *The following are intended as general illustrations of the work in this job class and are not all-inclusive for this position.     In addition to the below Project Manager listed items, a Project Manager must possess the following: - Minimum 10 years of experience working within the industrial general construction sector - A working knowledge of estimating, project controls, purchasing, and related project management activities - Experience in managing projects with a job value of $10M to $50M, and total man-power of 200+ - Experience in managing a comprehensive project team in order to deliver a safe and quality project to the client Project Manager: - Confer with project staff to outline work plan and assign duties, responsibilities, and scope of authority - Examine estimates of material, equipment and production costs, performance requirements, and project schedules to ensure completeness and accuracy - Review status reports prepared by project personnel and modifies schedules or plans as required - Prepare bids, process specifications, test and progress reports and other exhibits that may be required - Review bid from other firms for conformity to contract requirements and determines acceptable bids - Award and administer subcontracts, including final approval of payment - Prepare project reports for management, client, or others - Advise superintendents and construction manager of contractual rights and obligations - Maintain subcontracts and subcontractor status databases - Act as liaison between company, client and subcontractors - Aggressive collection through invoicing on time, demanding payment within terms of contract, and using best judgement with schedule of values - Maintain thorough documentation of all events, discussions and issues - Provide monthly projections of the status of the project - Assist other craft workers as needed - Attend weekly onsite progress meetings with client team along with all other required meetings designated by client - Must be proficient in Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, Powerpoint) - Must be proficient in Primavera scheduling software - Must be able to use and maneuver through Revu Bluebeam software - Must be able to travel to local and out of state projects   Qualifications Physical - Must be able to lift up to 25 lbs., but may occasionally lift up to 50 lbs. - Hearing and comprehension is necessary for giving and receiving directions - Will need to perform sedentary to heavy work - Will operate office equipment of all types - Climb and maintain balance on steel/wood framework, stairs, ladders and scaffolds - Required to use hands to grasp, lift, handle, carry or feel objects on a frequent basis - Position may require prolonged bending/twisting, walking, reaching overhead, squatting, sitting or standing and lifting - Must be able to manipulate and traverse uneven terrain, ladders, and multi-floor buildings with no elevator - Must be able to walk on uneven surfaces, muddy conditions, loose rock, loose/soft sand, etc. - Will be exposed to adverse weather conditions (Heat, Cold, Rain, Etc.) - Vision requirements include close vision, distance vision, and ability to adjust focus - Ability to drive cars/trucks as needed  Mental - Must have the ability to communicate effectively with management/ supervision and field workers - Talking and reading & writing comprehension is necessary for giving and receiving directions to perform work and/or safety policy - Ability to use math/complete calculations - Work at various tempos, and concentrate amid distractions - Decision making skills necessary - Detail-oriented; must be able to remember, examine, and observe details - Requires strong leadership and motivational skills
Job ID
2023-9797
Division
04 - Houston Civil
Physical Location
La Porte, TX
Overview   The Estimator is responsible for the preparation of proposals including cost, technical and commercial responses. Will provide analysis of blueprints, specifications, and other documentation to prepare time, cost, and labor estimates for products, projects, or services. Must learn and understand how to interpret safety hazards related to the work and effectively implement a construction strategy. The Estimator may be required to work in a plant operations or construction jobsite setting.   Responsibilities   *The following are intended as general illustrations of the work in this job class and are not all-inclusive for this position. - Review, and interpret bid packages from clients/owners. - Conduct a pre-job checklist and define scope of work - Perform quantity take offs. (concrete, site work, misc. steel, piping, etc.) - Review and utilize RFP data to determine labor, material, and equipment needs - Conducts site visits and attend pre-bid meetings to understand the project scope. - Compute cost factors and prepare estimates used for management purposes such as planning, organizing, and scheduling work; preparing bids; selecting vendors or subcontractors; and determining cost effectiveness - Consult with clients, vendors, or other individuals to discuss and formulate estimates and resolve issues - Interface with other individuals within the organization to obtain support and commitment to the cost estimates - Must be capable of developing a plan on how to build and schedule the project with all input data. - Promote interaction with estimating team by brainstorming constructability of project, maximizing creativity, analyzing production rates, and maximizing indirect costs to reduce duration. - Prepare technical and commercial approach to proposal cost - Ensure contract T&Cs are reviewed by appropriate counsel for exceptions or comments. - Ability to lead the estimating efforts for large, multi-million dollar estimates, including cost and proposal preparation. - Partners with estimating team to prepare and conduct project hand-off meetings between pursuit team and project management team. - Occasional travel, including overnight stays   Qualifications: - 5+ years of experience in Concrete and Site Work Construction - Experience primarily in the Gulf Coast Industrial Market - Familiarity with Underground Piping (HDPE, CS, DI, etc.) - Experience with Microsoft Office (excel, word, powerpoint, Revu Bluebeam) - Experience with P6 - Strong technical writing skills. Ability to communicate well within a Multi-Business Unit Operation, Clients, Subcontractors, and Vendors/Suppliers
Job ID
2023-9796
Division
04 - Houston Civil
Physical Location
La Porte, TX
Overview   The Operator should be certified and have the ability to operate lattice boom crane with live brake capability. Must learn and understand all safety hazards related to the work and also learn to safely and effectively use or operate work related tools and equipment. Will be required to work in a plant operations or construction jobsite setting.   Responsibilities   *The following are intended as general illustrations of the work in this job class and are not all-inclusive for this position. - Work from machine cabs to direct operation of machine using pedals and levers - Raise and lower both live and fixed leads - Drive pilings for retaining walls, bulkheads, and foundations of structures, such as buildings, bridges, and piers - Use pile driver head on machine to drive pilings - Judge distance and position pilings leads - Host pilings into leads - Position hammers over pilings - Activate power hammers - Use multiple controls to operate equipment - Select appropriate attachments - Confer with building or project supervisor on job specifications - Comply with all safety codes - Read and interpret load charts - Interpret hand signals to determine where materials are to be placed - Perform minor maintenance or cleaning activities for tools and equipment - Perform daily inspections on equipment including checking fluids, refueling, adding fluids, and assess component wear - Report malfunctioning equipment to supervisors - Assist other craft workers as needed Qualifications   Physical - Must be able to push/pull, lift, or carry up to 50 lbs., but may occasionally push/pull, lift, or carry up to 100 lbs. - Subject to repetitive use of hands/arms, and legs - Hand/eye coordination, depth perception important - Must be able to communicate (hear, comprehend, and speak) to safely perform work - Will need to be able to perform sedentary to heavy work - May operate hand and power tools (electric, gas, and pneumatic) of all types - Climb and maintain balance on steel/wood framework, stairs, ladders and scaffolds - Required to use hands to grasp, lift, handle, carry or feel objects on a frequent basis - Position may require prolonged bending/twisting, walking, crawling, kneeling,  reaching overhead, squatting, pushing /pulling, or standing and lifting - Must be able to walk on uneven surfaces, muddy conditions, loose rock, loose/soft sand, etc. - May be required to work in confined spaces - Will be exposed to adverse weather conditions (Heat, Cold, Rain, Etc.) - Must be able to drive cars, trucks, forklifts and other equipment Mental - Must have the ability to communicate effectively with management/ supervision - Talking, reading & writing comprehension is necessary for giving and receiving directions to perform work and/or safety policy - Work at various tempos, and concentrate amid distractions - Decision making skills necessary - Detail-oriented; must be able to remember, examine, and observe details  
Job ID
2023-9795
Division
15 - Deep Foundations
Physical Location
Port Sulphur, La.
Overview   The Dirt and Finish Operator should be certified and have the ability to operate the following equipment when required: track hoe, rubber tire backhoe, front end loader, road grader/maintainer, bulldozer, hoe ram, ross carrier. Must learn and understand all safety hazards related to the work and learn to safely and effectively use or operate work related tools and equipment. Will be required to work in a plant operations or construction jobsite setting.   Responsibilities   *The following are intended as general illustrations of the work in this job class and are not all-inclusive for this position.   - Read and interpret load charts - Interpret hand signals to determine where materials are to be placed - Perform minor maintenance or cleaning activities for tools and equipment - Perform daily inspections on equipment including checking fluids, refueling, adding fluids, and assessing component wear - Report malfunctioning equipment to supervisors - Prepare, fine-tune and level surfaces to specifications - Assist other craft workers as needed Qualifications   Physical - Must be able to push/pull, lift, or carry up to 50 lbs., but may occasionally push/pull, lift, or carry up to 100 lbs. - Subject to repetitive use of hands/arms, and legs - Hand/eye coordination, depth perception important - Must be able to drive cars, trucks, forklifts, and other equipment - Must be able to communicate (hear, comprehend, and speak) to safely perform work - Will need to be able to perform sedentary to heavy work - May operate hand and power tools (electric, gas, and pneumatic) of all types - Climb and maintain balance on steel/wood framework, stairs, ladders, scaffolds, and equipment - Required to use hands to grasp, lift, handle, carry or feel objects on a frequent basis - Position may require prolonged bending/twisting, walking, crawling, kneeling, reaching overhead, squatting, pushing /pulling, or standing and lifting - Must be able to walk on uneven surfaces, muddy conditions, loose rock, loose/soft sand, etc. - May be required to work in confined spaces - Will be exposed to adverse weather conditions (Heat, Cold, Rain, Etc.) Mental - Must have the ability to communicate effectively with management/ supervision - Talking, reading & writing comprehension is necessary for giving and receiving directions to perform work and/or safety policy - Work at various tempos, and concentrate amid distractions - Decision making skills necessary - Detail-oriented; must be able to remember, examine, and observe details    
Job ID
2023-9792
Division
15 - Deep Foundations
Physical Location
Seadrift, Texas
Overview   The Rigger must have knowledge of complex rigging, heavy rigging, change crane boom and cable, electrical safety, ladder and scaffold safety, introduction to lifting machinery, wire rope basics, basic rigging, fire prevention, sizing of chokers, load charts, cutting torches, and basic knowledge of blueprint reading. It is highly recommended that all riggers obtain a certification form a nationally recognized organization such as, but not limited to NCCER. Must learn and understand all safety hazards related to the work and learn to safely and effectively use or operate work related tools and equipment. Will be required to work in a plant operations or construction jobsite setting.   Responsibilities   *The following are intended as general illustrations of the work in this job class and are not all-inclusive for this position.   - Load, transport, unload, and assists in selecting cables, ropes, pulleys, winches, blocks and sheaves, according to weight and size of load to be moved - Signal or verbally direct workers engaged in hoisting and moving loads, in order to ensure safety of workers and materials - Perform minor maintenance or cleaning activities of tools and equipment - Assist other craft workers as needed  Qualifications   Physical - Must be able to push/pull, lift, or carry up to 50 lbs., but may occasionally push/pull, lift, or carry up to 100 lbs. - Subject to repetitive use of hands/arms, and legs - Hand/eye coordination - Must be able to communicate (hear, comprehend, and speak) to safely perform work - Will need to be able to perform sedentary to heavy work - May operate hand and power tools (electric, gas, and pneumatic) of all types - Climb and maintain balance on steel/wood framework, stairs, ladders and scaffolds - Required to use hands to grasp, lift, handle, carry or feel objects on a frequent basis - Position may require prolonged bending/twisting, walking, crawling, kneeling,  reaching overhead, squatting, pushing /pulling, or standing and lifting - Must be able to walk on uneven surfaces, muddy conditions, loose rock, loose/soft sand, etc. - May be required to work in confined spaces - Will be exposed to adverse weather conditions (Heat, Cold, Rain, Etc.) Mental - Must have the ability to communicate effectively with management/ supervision - Reading and writing comprehension is necessary for giving and receiving directions to perform work and/or safety policy - Ability to use math/complete calculations - Work at various tempos, and concentrate amid distractions - Decision making skills necessary - Detail-oriented; must be able to remember, examine, and observe details  
Job ID
2023-9789
Division
29 - Baton Rouge Mechanical
Physical Location
Plaquemine, La
TWIC CARD REQUIRED   Overview   The Finisher must have strong basic knowledge of pouring, leveling, forming, troweling, troweling machine for finishing, and concrete.  Must learn and understand all safety hazards related to the work and learn to safely and effectively use or operate work related tools and equipment. Will be required to work in a plant operations or construction jobsite setting.   Responsibilities   *The following are intended as general illustrations of the work in this job class and are not all-inclusive for this position. - Place, finish, protect, and repair concrete for projects - Place and spread concrete using various tools and level/float the surface - Inspect completed work to ensure proper installation - Understand the purpose and proper technique for vibrating concrete - Assist other craft workers as needed Qualifications   Physical - Must be able to push/pull, lift, or carry up to 50 lbs., but may occasionally push/pull, lift, or carry up to 100 lbs. - Subject to repetitive use of hands/arms, and legs - Hand/eye coordination - Must be able to communicate (hear, comprehend, and speak) to safely perform work - Will need to be able to perform sedentary to heavy work - May operate hand and power tools (electric, gas, and pneumatic) of all types - Climb and maintain balance on steel/wood framework, stairs, ladders and scaffolds - Required to use hands to grasp, lift, handle, carry or feel objects on a frequent basis - Position may require prolonged bending/twisting, walking, crawling, kneeling, reaching overhead, squatting, pushing /pulling, or standing and lifting - Must be able to walk on uneven surfaces, muddy conditions, loose rock, loose/soft sand, etc. - May be required to work in confined spaces - Will be exposed to adverse weather conditions (Heat, Cold, Rain, Etc.) Mental - Must have the ability to communicate effectively with management/ supervision - Reading and writing comprehension is necessary for giving and receiving directions to perform work and/or safety policy - Ability to use math/complete calculations - Work at various tempos, and concentrate amid distractions - Decision making skills necessary - Detail-oriented; must be able to remember, examine, and observe details
Job ID
2023-9788
Division
04 - Houston Civil
Physical Location
Conroe, TX
TWIC CARD REQUIRED   Overview   The Light Equipment Operator must have the ability and experience to operate hand-held mechanical devices used on project site.  Will operate one or more piece of equipment including but are not limited to: bulldozers, excavators, front-end loaders, back hoes, forklifts, graders, diggers, drills, generators, saws, pumps. Must learn and understand all safety hazards related to the work and learn to safely and effectively use or operate work related tools and equipment. Will be required to work in a plant operations or construction jobsite setting.   Responsibilities   *The following are intended as general illustrations of the work in this job class and are not all-inclusive for this position. - Read and interpret load charts - Interpret hand signals to determine where materials are to be placed - Perform minor maintenance or cleaning activities for tools and equipment - Perform daily inspections on equipment including checking fluids, refueling, adding fluids, and assess component wear - Report malfunctioning equipment to supervisors - Load, transport, and unload materials, tools, equipment and supplies - Assist other craft workers as needed Qualifications   Physical - Must be able to push/pull, lift, or carry up to 50 lbs., but may occasionally push/pull, lift, or carry up to 100 lbs. - Subject to repetitive use of hands/arms, and legs - Hand/eye coordination, depth perception important - Must be able to drive cars, trucks, forklifts, and other equipment - Must be able to communicate (hear, comprehend, and speak) to safely perform work - Will need to be able to perform sedentary to heavy work - May operate hand and power tools (electric, gas, and pneumatic) of all types - Climb and maintain balance on steel/wood framework, stairs, ladders, scaffolds, and equipment - Required to use hands to grasp, lift, handle, carry or feel objects on a frequent basis - Position may require prolonged bending/twisting, walking, crawling, kneeling, reaching overhead, squatting, pushing /pulling, or standing and lifting - Must be able to walk on uneven surfaces, muddy conditions, loose rock, loose/soft sand, etc. - May be required to work in confined spaces - Will be exposed to adverse weather conditions (Heat, Cold, Rain, Etc.) Mental - Must have the ability to communicate effectively with management/ supervision - Talking, reading & writing comprehension is necessary for giving and receiving directions to perform work and/or safety policy - Work at various tempos, and concentrate amid distractions - Decision making skills necessary - Detail-oriented; must be able to remember, examine, and observe details  
Job ID
2023-9787
Division
04 - Houston Civil
Physical Location
Conroe, TX
TWIC CARD REQUIRED   Overview   The Dirt and Finish Operator should be certified and have the ability to operate the following equipment when required: track hoe, rubber tire backhoe, front end loader, road grader/maintainer, bulldozer, hoe ram, ross carrier. Must learn and understand all safety hazards related to the work and learn to safely and effectively use or operate work related tools and equipment. Will be required to work in a plant operations or construction jobsite setting.   Responsibilities   *The following are intended as general illustrations of the work in this job class and are not all-inclusive for this position.   - Read and interpret load charts - Interpret hand signals to determine where materials are to be placed - Perform minor maintenance or cleaning activities for tools and equipment - Perform daily inspections on equipment including checking fluids, refueling, adding fluids, and assessing component wear - Report malfunctioning equipment to supervisors - Prepare, fine-tune and level surfaces to specifications - Assist other craft workers as needed Qualifications   Physical - Must be able to push/pull, lift, or carry up to 50 lbs., but may occasionally push/pull, lift, or carry up to 100 lbs. - Subject to repetitive use of hands/arms, and legs - Hand/eye coordination, depth perception important - Must be able to drive cars, trucks, forklifts, and other equipment - Must be able to communicate (hear, comprehend, and speak) to safely perform work - Will need to be able to perform sedentary to heavy work - May operate hand and power tools (electric, gas, and pneumatic) of all types - Climb and maintain balance on steel/wood framework, stairs, ladders, scaffolds, and equipment - Required to use hands to grasp, lift, handle, carry or feel objects on a frequent basis - Position may require prolonged bending/twisting, walking, crawling, kneeling, reaching overhead, squatting, pushing /pulling, or standing and lifting - Must be able to walk on uneven surfaces, muddy conditions, loose rock, loose/soft sand, etc. - May be required to work in confined spaces - Will be exposed to adverse weather conditions (Heat, Cold, Rain, Etc.) Mental - Must have the ability to communicate effectively with management/ supervision - Talking, reading & writing comprehension is necessary for giving and receiving directions to perform work and/or safety policy - Work at various tempos, and concentrate amid distractions - Decision making skills necessary - Detail-oriented; must be able to remember, examine, and observe details    
Job ID
2023-9786
Division
04 - Houston Civil
Physical Location
Conroe, TX
TWIC CARD REQUIRED   Overview   The Carpenter Helper will assist skilled craftsperson(s) by performing supportive duties as directed and will work under immediate supervision.  Must have a general knowledge of carpentry and use of hand and power tools to assist the Carpenter and/or Carpenter Foreman with various tasks. Assist Carpenter/Carpenter Foreman with designing, constructing, erecting, installing, and repairing of structures, fixtures and other items of wood, plywood and wallboard. Helper will look for opportunities for improvement in all tasks, means and methods regarding the work, and be willing to learn from others. Must learn and understand all safety hazards related to the work and learn to safely and effectively use or operate work related tools and equipment. Will be required to work in a plant operations or construction jobsite setting.   Responsibilities   *The following are intended as general illustrations of the work in this job class and are not all-inclusive for this position. - Assist Carpenter in laying out work - Assist Carpenter with lifting, positioning, securing, and cutting of materials during installation - Clean work areas, machines, and equipment - Ensure work area remains stocked with materials needed - Assist other craft workers as needed Qualifications   Physical - Must be able to push/pull, lift, or carry up to 50 lbs., but may occasionally push/pull, lift, or carry up to 100 lbs. - Subject to repetitive use of hands/arms, and legs - Hand/eye coordination - Must be able to communicate (hear, comprehend, and speak) to safely perform work - Will need to be able to perform sedentary to heavy work - May operate hand and power tools (electric, gas, and pneumatic) of all types with proper training and authorization - Climb and maintain balance on steel/wood framework, stairs, ladders and scaffolds - Required to use hands to grasp, lift, handle, carry or feel objects on a frequent basis - Position may require prolonged bending/twisting, walking, crawling, kneeling, reaching overhead, squatting, pushing /pulling, or standing and lifting - Must be able to walk on uneven surfaces, muddy conditions, loose rock, loose/soft sand, etc. - May be required to work in confined spaces - Will be exposed to adverse weather conditions (Heat, Cold, Rain, Etc.) Mental - Must have the ability to communicate effectively with management/ supervision - Work at various tempos, and concentrate amid distractions - Decision making skills necessary - Detail-oriented; must be able to remember, examine, and observe details    
Job ID
2023-9785
Division
04 - Houston Civil
Physical Location
Conroe, TX
TWIC CARD REQUIRED   Overview   The Carpenter is responsible for designing, constructing, erecting, installing, and repairing structures and other items of wood, plywood, and wallboard with the use of pneumatic and electric power tools. Will fasten materials together with nails, screws, staples, and/or adhesives, and does a final check of their work to ensure accuracy. Must have knowledge of advanced layout, use of simon forms, layout of anchor bolts, material takeoff from drawings, and safety requirements for building work. Must learn and understand all safety hazards related to the work and also learn to safely and effectively use or operate work related tools and equipment. Will be required to work in a plant operations or construction jobsite setting.   Responsibilities   *The following are intended as general illustrations of the work in this job class and are not all-inclusive for this position. - Read and interpret blueprints/sketches, and complete reports - Instruct laborers and other construction trade helpers - Build and set forms, use level instrument, tie rebar, build scaffold, finish carpentry work, read tape/ruler, set screeds, install batter boards, and operate various hand and power tools - Inspect areas and conduct repairs or maintenance - Assist other craft workers as needed Qualifications   Physical - Must be able to push/pull, lift, or carry up to 50 lbs., but may occasionally push/pull, lift, or carry up to 100 lbs. - Subject to repetitive use of hands/arms, and legs - Hand/eye coordination - Must be able to communicate (hear, comprehend, and speak) to safely perform work - Will need to be able to perform sedentary to heavy work - May operate hand and power tools (electric, gas, and pneumatic) of all types - Climb and maintain balance on steel/wood framework, stairs, ladders and scaffolds - Required to use hands to grasp, lift, handle, carry or feel objects on a frequent basis - Position may require prolonged bending/twisting, walking, crawling, kneeling, reaching overhead, squatting, pushing /pulling, or standing and lifting - Must be able to walk on uneven surfaces, muddy conditions, loose rock, loose/soft sand, etc. - May be required to work in confined spaces - Will be exposed to adverse weather conditions (Heat, Cold, Rain, Etc.) Mental - Must have the ability to communicate effectively with management/ supervision - Reading and writing comprehension is necessary for giving and receiving directions to perform work and/or safety policy - Ability to use math/complete calculations - Work at various tempos, and concentrate amid distractions - Decision making skills necessary - Detail-oriented; must be able to remember, examine, and observe details    
Job ID
2023-9784
Division
04 - Houston Civil
Physical Location
Conroe, TX
TWIC CARD REQUIRED   Overview    The Laborer performs manual labor tasks associated with many facets of the construction job site. Responsible for producing high quality work, safely and productively at all times, and providing feedback to ensure all materials, tools, equipment and information is available for the work. Looks for opportunities for improvement in all tasks, means and methods regarding the work, and is willing to learn from others. Must learn and understand all safety hazards related to the work and also learn to safely and effectively use or operate work related tools and equipment. Will be required to work in a plant operations or construction jobsite setting.    Responsibilities    *The following are intended as general illustrations of the work in this job class and are not all-inclusive for this position.  - Perform general clean-up - Dig footings with hand tools - Back filing - Load and unload materials - Strip concrete forms - Operate power tools, such as vibrators, compactors, jackhammers, or chipping guns - Clean and prepare sites, dig trenches, set braces to support the sides of excavations, clean up rubble and debris - Perform other physical tasks requiring minimum skill and/or experience - Assist other craft workers as needed Qualifications Physical  - Must be able to push/pull, lift, or carry up to 50 lbs., but may occasionally push/pull, lift, or carry up to 100 lbs. - Subject to repetitive use of hands/arms, and legs - Hand/eye coordination - Must be able to communicate (hear, comprehend, and speak) to safely perform work - Will need to be able to perform sedentary to heavy work - May operate hand and power tools (electric, gas, and pneumatic) of all types with proper training and authorization - Climb and maintain balance on steel/wood framework, stairs, ladders and scaffolds - Required to use hands to grasp, lift, handle, carry or feel objects on a frequent basis - Position may require prolonged bending/twisting, walking, crawling, kneeling, reaching overhead, squatting, pushing /pulling, or standing and lifting - Must be able to walk on uneven surfaces, muddy conditions, loose rock, loose/soft sand, etc. - May be required to work in confined spaces - Will be exposed to adverse weather conditions (Heat, Cold, Rain, Etc.) - May need to wear a respirator Mental   - Must have the ability to talk and communicate effectively with management/ supervision - Work at various tempos, and concentrate amid distractions - Decision making skills necessary - Detail-oriented; must be able to remember, examine, and observe details  
Job ID
2023-9783
Division
04 - Houston Civil
Physical Location
Conroe, TX
Overview   The Iron Worker must have knowledge of basic welding, rigging, and flame cutting. Must possess the ability to use pneumatic tools, have knowledge of safe loads and wire rope basics, be familiar with basic hand signals, and have experience with sizing of chokers. Will need to have knowledge of layout (figure formulas) and the magnetic drill.  Safety knowledge while working at heights is essential. Must learn and understand all safety hazards related to the work and learn to safely and effectively use or operate work related tools and equipment. Will be required to work in a plant operations or construction jobsite setting.   Responsibilities   *The following are intended as general illustrations of the work in this job class and are not all-inclusive for this position. - Erect and connect steel at and above grade elevations - Practice proper rigging technique - Use proper hand signals to flag cranes - Assist other craft workers as needed Qualifications   Physical - Must be able to push/pull, lift, or carry up to 50 lbs., but may occasionally push/pull, lift, or carry up to 100 lbs. - Subject to repetitive use of hands/arms, and legs - Hand/eye coordination - Must be able to communicate (hear, comprehend, and speak) to safely perform work - Will need to be able to perform sedentary to heavy work - May operate hand and power tools (electric, gas, and pneumatic) of all types - Climb and maintain balance on steel/wood framework, stairs, ladders and scaffolds - Required to use hands to grasp, lift, handle, carry or feel objects on a frequent basis - Position may require prolonged bending/twisting, walking, crawling, kneeling,  reaching overhead, squatting, pushing /pulling, or standing and lifting - Must be able to walk on uneven surfaces, muddy conditions, loose rock, loose/soft sand, etc. - May be required to work in confined spaces - Will be exposed to adverse weather conditions (Heat, Cold, Rain, Etc.) Mental - Must have the ability to communicate effectively with management/ supervision - Reading and writing comprehension is necessary for giving and receiving directions to perform work and/or safety policy - Ability to use math/complete calculations - Work at various tempos, and concentrate amid distractions - Decision making skills necessary - Detail-oriented; must be able to remember, examine, and observe details  
Job ID
2023-9769
Division
29 - Baton Rouge Mechanical
Physical Location
Geismar, LA
Overview   The Pile Driver Foreman is responsible for supervising and coordinating the activity of Pile Driver workers to ensure that work is done safely, correctly and timely. Have knowledge in heavy rigging, and preferably has basic to advanced rigging (per NCCER).  Must learn and understand all safety hazards related to the work and learn to safely and effectively use or operate work related tools and equipment. Will be required to work in a plant operations or a construction jobsite setting.   Responsibilities   *The following are intended as general illustrations of the work in this job class and are not all-inclusive for this position. - Inspect the quality of all work to ensure standards and specifications are met - Assist workers in their duties and resolve problems - Interpret and enforce company policies and safety regulations - Assist with erection and dismantling lattice boom cranes - Plumb piles with levels - Interpret hand signals in order to direct cranes for pile driving activities - Read prints and take measurements to assist in laying out - Assist other craft workers as needed Qualifications   Physical - Must be able to push/pull, lift, or carry up to 50 lbs., but may occasionally push/pull, lift, or carry up to 100 lbs. - Subject to repetitive use of hands/arms, and legs - Hand/eye coordination - Must be able to communicate (hear, comprehend, and speak) to safely perform work - Will need to be able to perform sedentary to heavy work - May operate hand and power tools (electric, gas, and pneumatic) of all types - Climb and maintain balance on steel/wood framework, stairs, ladders and scaffolds - Required to use hands to grasp, lift, handle, carry or feel objects on a frequent basis - Position may require prolonged bending/twisting, walking, crawling, kneeling, reaching overhead, squatting, pushing /pulling, or standing and lifting - Must be able to walk on uneven surfaces, muddy conditions, loose rock, loose/soft sand, etc. - May be required to work in confined spaces - Will be exposed to adverse weather conditions (Heat, Cold, Rain, Etc.) Mental - Must have the ability to communicate effectively with management/ supervision and field workers - Will need to be able to perform sedentary to heavy work - Reading and writing comprehension is necessary for giving and receiving directions to perform work and/or safety policy - Ability to use math/complete calculations - Work at various tempos, and concentrate amid distractions - Decision making skills necessary - Detail-oriented; must be able to remember, examine, and observe details - Requires strong leadership and motivational skills  
Job ID
2023-9759
Division
23 - Marine
Physical Location
Chef Pass, La.
Overview   The Pipefitter will have knowledge of test piping systems, oxygen and acetylene cutting, basic rigging, operation of pneumatic and electric tools, and leak test-tubing systems. Must learn and understand all safety hazards related to the work and learn to safely and effectively use or operate work related tools and equipment. Will be required to work in a plant operations or a construction jobsite setting.   Responsibilities   *The following are intended as general illustrations of the work in this job class and are not all-inclusive for this position.   - Read and interpret blueprints, ISO's field installations, material takeoffs, field sketches, and understand specifications - Fabricate and install screw pipe, socket weld pipe, stainless tubing, carbon steel weld pipe, and stainless steel weld pipe - Miter and fabricate all pipe - Use beveling machine to prepare pipes/tubes for welding - Lay out for pipe penetrations - Install all sizes of piping in pipe racks - Install valves, pipe hangers, and pipe supports - Must be able to install all sizes of underground pipe - Must be able to install steam and heat tracing - Must be able to perform proper bolt up of various sizes on pipe and valve flanges - Assist other craft workers as needed Qualifications   Physical - Must be able to push/pull, lift, or carry up to 50 lbs., but may occasionally push/pull, lift, or carry up to 100 lbs. - Subject to repetitive use of hands/arms, and legs - Hand/eye coordination - Must be able to communicate (hear, comprehend, and speak) to safely perform work - Will need to be able to perform sedentary to heavy work - May operate hand and power tools (electric, gas, and pneumatic) of all types - Climb and maintain balance on steel/wood framework, stairs, ladders and scaffolds - Required to use hands to grasp, lift, handle, carry or feel objects on a frequent basis - Position may require prolonged bending/twisting, walking, crawling, kneeling,  reaching overhead, squatting, pushing /pulling, or standing and lifting - Must be able to walk on uneven surfaces, muddy conditions, loose rock, loose/soft sand, etc. - May be required to work in confined spaces - Will be exposed to adverse weather conditions (Heat, Cold, Rain, Etc.) Mental - Must have the ability to communicate effectively with management/ supervision - Reading and writing comprehension is necessary for giving and receiving directions to perform work and/or safety policy - Ability to use math/complete calculations - Work at various tempos, and concentrate amid distractions - Decision making skills necessary - Detail-oriented; must be able to remember, examine, and observe details
Job ID
2023-9757
Division
29 - Baton Rouge Mechanical
Physical Location
Plaquemine, LA
***PROJECT LOCATED IN CASA GRANDE, AZ***   Overview   The Dirt and Finish Operator should be certified and have the ability to operate the following equipment when required: track hoe, rubber tire backhoe, front end loader, road grader/maintainer, bulldozer, hoe ram, ross carrier. Must learn and understand all safety hazards related to the work and learn to safely and effectively use or operate work related tools and equipment. Will be required to work in a plant operations or construction jobsite setting.   Responsibilities   *The following are intended as general illustrations of the work in this job class and are not all-inclusive for this position.   - Read and interpret load charts - Interpret hand signals to determine where materials are to be placed - Perform minor maintenance or cleaning activities for tools and equipment - Perform daily inspections on equipment including checking fluids, refueling, adding fluids, and assessing component wear - Report malfunctioning equipment to supervisors - Prepare, fine-tune and level surfaces to specifications - Assist other craft workers as needed Qualifications   Physical - Must be able to push/pull, lift, or carry up to 50 lbs., but may occasionally push/pull, lift, or carry up to 100 lbs. - Subject to repetitive use of hands/arms, and legs - Hand/eye coordination, depth perception important - Must be able to drive cars, trucks, forklifts, and other equipment - Must be able to communicate (hear, comprehend, and speak) to safely perform work - Will need to be able to perform sedentary to heavy work - May operate hand and power tools (electric, gas, and pneumatic) of all types - Climb and maintain balance on steel/wood framework, stairs, ladders, scaffolds, and equipment - Required to use hands to grasp, lift, handle, carry or feel objects on a frequent basis - Position may require prolonged bending/twisting, walking, crawling, kneeling, reaching overhead, squatting, pushing /pulling, or standing and lifting - Must be able to walk on uneven surfaces, muddy conditions, loose rock, loose/soft sand, etc. - May be required to work in confined spaces - Will be exposed to adverse weather conditions (Heat, Cold, Rain, Etc.) Mental - Must have the ability to communicate effectively with management/ supervision - Talking, reading & writing comprehension is necessary for giving and receiving directions to perform work and/or safety policy - Work at various tempos, and concentrate amid distractions - Decision making skills necessary - Detail-oriented; must be able to remember, examine, and observe details    
Job ID
2023-9745
Division
04 - Houston Civil
Physical Location
Casa Grande, AZ
Overview   The Combo Welder must be trained in a variety of welding processes, including arc welding and oxy-fuel welding depending on the material being used.  Must possess the ability to set up equipment and weld either pipe, plate or structural steel using arc, gas-shielded arc or gas welding equipment. Will work from blueprints, sketches, specifications and produce quality work with reasonable efficiency. Will obtain certification as necessary.  Must learn and understand all safety hazards related to the work and also learn to safely and effectively use or operate work related tools and equipment. Will be required to work in a plant operations or construction jobsite setting.   Responsibilities   *The following are intended as general illustrations of the work in this job class and are not all-inclusive for this position.   - Prepare materials to be welded and weld components - Perform maintenance on welding torches and equipment - Perform simple piping installations and repairs - Assist other mechanics or craft workers as needed Qualifications   Physical - Must be able to push/pull, lift, or carry up to 50 lbs., but may occasionally push/pull, lift, or carry up to 100 lbs. - Subject to repetitive use of hands/arms, and legs - Hand/eye coordination - Must be able to communicate (hear, comprehend, and speak) to safely perform work - Will need to be able to perform sedentary to heavy work - May operate hand and power tools (electric, gas, and pneumatic) of all types - Climb and maintain balance on steel/wood framework, stairs, ladders and scaffolds - Required to use hands to grasp, lift, handle, carry or feel objects on a frequent basis - Position may require prolonged bending/twisting, walking, crawling, kneeling,  reaching overhead, squatting, pushing /pulling, or standing and lifting - Must be able to walk on uneven surfaces, muddy conditions, loose rock, loose/soft sand, etc. - May be required to work in confined spaces - Will be exposed to adverse weather conditions (Heat, Cold, Rain, Etc.) Mental - Must have the ability to communicate effectively with management/ supervision - Work at various tempos, and concentrate amid distractions - Decision making skills necessary - Detail-oriented; must be able to remember, examine, and observe details
Job ID
2023-9735
Division
29 - Baton Rouge Mechanical
Physical Location
Chalmette, LA
Overview   The Iron Worker must have knowledge of basic welding, rigging, and flame cutting. Must possess the ability to use pneumatic tools, have knowledge of safe loads and wire rope basics, be familiar with basic hand signals, and have experience with sizing of chokers. Will need to have knowledge of layout (figure formulas) and the magnetic drill.  Safety knowledge while working at heights is essential. Must learn and understand all safety hazards related to the work and learn to safely and effectively use or operate work related tools and equipment. Will be required to work in a plant operations or construction jobsite setting.   Responsibilities   *The following are intended as general illustrations of the work in this job class and are not all-inclusive for this position. - Erect and connect steel at and above grade elevations - Practice proper rigging technique - Use proper hand signals to flag cranes - Assist other craft workers as needed Qualifications   Physical - Must be able to push/pull, lift, or carry up to 50 lbs., but may occasionally push/pull, lift, or carry up to 100 lbs. - Subject to repetitive use of hands/arms, and legs - Hand/eye coordination - Must be able to communicate (hear, comprehend, and speak) to safely perform work - Will need to be able to perform sedentary to heavy work - May operate hand and power tools (electric, gas, and pneumatic) of all types - Climb and maintain balance on steel/wood framework, stairs, ladders and scaffolds - Required to use hands to grasp, lift, handle, carry or feel objects on a frequent basis - Position may require prolonged bending/twisting, walking, crawling, kneeling,  reaching overhead, squatting, pushing /pulling, or standing and lifting - Must be able to walk on uneven surfaces, muddy conditions, loose rock, loose/soft sand, etc. - May be required to work in confined spaces - Will be exposed to adverse weather conditions (Heat, Cold, Rain, Etc.) Mental - Must have the ability to communicate effectively with management/ supervision - Reading and writing comprehension is necessary for giving and receiving directions to perform work and/or safety policy - Ability to use math/complete calculations - Work at various tempos, and concentrate amid distractions - Decision making skills necessary - Detail-oriented; must be able to remember, examine, and observe details  
Job ID
2023-9734
Division
29 - Baton Rouge Mechanical
Physical Location
Geismar, LA
  Overview   Candidates for this position must be able to cover the typical responsibilities of an Electrical Engineer working alongside a team in Baton Rouge, in an operating facility. The successful candidate will generally be responsible for engineering assistance during design, pre-construction and construction. This work will be performed under general supervision and answer RFIs with assistance from a senior Electrical Engineer when necessary. Experience in an operating environment is preferred.    Responsibilities   *The following are intended as general illustrations of the work in this job class and are not all-inclusive for this position. - Be familiar with installation details, motor control center single lines, electric room layouts, motor control elementary diagrams, connection diagrams, area classification drawings, cable schedules, control panel layouts and grounding, lighting and power plans - Reviewing fabrication drawings and other construction submittals for conformance to engineering drawings and specifications - Familiarity with and utilizing department design and drafting standards - Recognize and communicate scope and design changes promptly - On-site assistance during construction and startup - Consulting with design leaders from other disciplines to ensure the smooth flow of vital information necessary for the scheduled completion of the project - Advising the senior engineer concerning design or scope changes, which have been identified - Reviewing and checking vendor drawings and other discipline drawings for electrical input - Performing fieldwork necessary to gather field data, check tie-ins and provide construction support   Qualifications   Basic Qualifications: - Knowledge and application of the current version of the National Electrical Code (NEC) - 3-5 years of experience  - Familiarity with specifications and installation details of construction bulk materials and equipment - Ability to perform lighting level calculations - Ability to size wire, conduit and overcurrent protection for both lighting and power applications - Ability to perform voltage drop calculations - Ability to route conduit and cable tray - Ability to calculate tray and conduit fill - Ability to determine motor control center loading - Ability to create accurate electrical installation documents from the information found on vendor equipment drawings - Ability to determine load center unit substation loading - Ability to develop equipment specifications for equipment such as motor control centers, variable frequency drivers, induction and synchronous motors, load center unit substations - Knowledge and understanding of schedule constraints and information requirements for the production of all electrical deliverables - Ability to develop a detailed engineering schedule and a man-hour budget for a small project or an area for a larger project - Ability to determine construction material quantities - Knowledge and application of company engineering design and CAD drafting standards - Working knowledge of CAD software, either AutoCAD, Microstation or both - Proficient in the use of Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook - Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written - Good presentation skills  Preferred Qualifications: - Ability to work in a dual role in the Instrumentation field is especially beneficial - Proficiency in CAD software, either AutoCAD, Microstation or both would be a plus
Job ID
2022-9650
Division
Cajun Engineering Solutions, LLC
Physical Location
Baton Rouge, LA
Overview   The Recruiter will take direction from the Recruiting Manger and develop full-cycle recruiting strategies in support of organizational objectives.  Perform day-to-day recruiting activities associated with the sourcing, coordinating, screening, qualifying interviewing, handling offers, and hiring candidates for open positions.  Assist with all recruiting related processes that will take new hires up to their first day and ensure a smooth transition into HR related onboarding.   Required Experience and Skills: - Bachelor’s Degree in HR or recruiting related field is preferred.  Experience in lieu of degree will be considered.  - Three to five (3-5) years of related experience and or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. - Experience in industrial / construction setting preferable.  - Professional certification in HR a plus.  - Must be familiar with heavy industrial construction crafts. - Outstanding verbal and written communication skills. - Proven ability to source, attract, screen, and interview candidates with technical backgrounds. - Computer literacy. - Stellar phone skills. - Planning and organization. - Skilled behavioral interviewer with ability to conduct different types of interviews. - Creative problem solver. - Sound judgment and decision making. - Flexible and adaptable. - A team player. - Sharp negotiation skills. - Consultative approach. - Confidentiality. - Energetic, self-motivated & persistent. - Goal and results driven. - Ability to work in a fast paced work environment. - Positive attitude.   Responsibilities   *The following are intended as general illustrations of the work in this job class and are not all-inclusive for this position.   - Responsible for assisting with internal and external relationships tied to Cajun Industries recruiting efforts. Reports to and will get strategic direction from the recruiting manager. - Work with a Recruiting Manager in associated support activities such as organizing resumes, making calls, setting up interviews, performing associated data entry and recordkeeping work, pre-qualification activities, preparing offer letters, setting up testing and screenings, tracking candidate status, referrals, etc. - Work with Cajun Industries recruiting manager and team to stay abreast of organizational hiring needs. - Confer with manager to develop individual candidate profiles, and the resulting recruiting plans and strategies. - Have working knowledge and understanding of job descriptions for all Cajun crafts.   Work with managers to maintain and update these as necessary. - Evaluate possible recruiting sources toward finding and attracting suitable qualified candidates that fit the Cajun Industries culture. - Actively source and recruit candidates through the appropriate methods – advertising, recruiters, job sites, career fairs, professional networks, social media, referrals, etc. - Assist with Cajun Industries internal referral program – with tenured and new team members. - Develop and maintain effective relationships with professional, industry and social networks to source qualified candidates. - Review and analyze resumes, applications and qualifications to determine suitability. - Actively pre-screen candidates. - Schedule and coordinate interviews cooperatively with hiring manager, and participate as necessary and/or where can add value. - Inform all candidates about Cajun Industries and the open position. Sell Cajun Industries features, advantages and benefits to candidate throughout the process as may be appropriate. - Take lead role in evaluating candidates against Cajun Industries’ expectations. - Brief and debrief candidates before and after interviews. - Advise hiring managers on interviewing and on how they may best handle individual interviews. - Conduct and verify references. - Conduct and/or oversee pre-employment testing – technical and non-technical. - Serve as the primary point person in the communications with candidates. - Provide regular updates and feedback to recruiting manager. - Extend offers of employment within company timing and compensation parameters.  Work with Manager on any negotiation processes. - Manage the applicant tracking system. - Draft and/or oversee preparation of rejection letters and correspondence. - Monitor, evaluate and report on various recruiting metrics to Manager. - Keep current with evolving sourcing strategies and industry trends. - Ensure all recruiting related efforts are legally compliant and in order.   Qualifications   Physical - Occasionally required to lift up to 25 pounds - Regularly required to talk or hear - Frequently required to walk, sit, and reach with hands and arms - Subject to repetitive use of hands/arms - Occasionally required to stand, stoop, kneel, crouch, bend, use hands and fingers to handle and feel - Vision requirements include close vision, distance vision, and ability to adjust focus - Will need to be able to perform sedentary work   Mental - Must have the ability to direct others and communicate effectively with other management/ supervision - Talking and reading & writing comprehension is necessary for giving and receiving directions to perform work and/or safety policy - Ability to use math/complete calculations - Must be able to concentrate amid distractions and remember details - Ability to use computer, keyboard, telephone and other office devices
Job ID
2022-9622
Division
91 - Houston Recruiting
Physical Location
Deer Park, TX
Overview   The Dirt and Finish Operator should be certified and have the ability to operate the following equipment when required: track hoe, rubber tire backhoe, front end loader, road grader/maintainer, bulldozer, hoe ram, ross carrier. Must learn and understand all safety hazards related to the work and learn to safely and effectively use or operate work related tools and equipment. Will be required to work in a plant operations or construction jobsite setting.   Responsibilities   *The following are intended as general illustrations of the work in this job class and are not all-inclusive for this position.   - Read and interpret load charts - Interpret hand signals to determine where materials are to be placed - Perform minor maintenance or cleaning activities for tools and equipment - Perform daily inspections on equipment including checking fluids, refueling, adding fluids, and assessing component wear - Report malfunctioning equipment to supervisors - Prepare, fine-tune and level surfaces to specifications - Assist other craft workers as needed Qualifications   Physical - Must be able to push/pull, lift, or carry up to 50 lbs., but may occasionally push/pull, lift, or carry up to 100 lbs. - Subject to repetitive use of hands/arms, and legs - Hand/eye coordination, depth perception important - Must be able to drive cars, trucks, forklifts, and other equipment - Must be able to communicate (hear, comprehend, and speak) to safely perform work - Will need to be able to perform sedentary to heavy work - May operate hand and power tools (electric, gas, and pneumatic) of all types - Climb and maintain balance on steel/wood framework, stairs, ladders, scaffolds, and equipment - Required to use hands to grasp, lift, handle, carry or feel objects on a frequent basis - Position may require prolonged bending/twisting, walking, crawling, kneeling, reaching overhead, squatting, pushing /pulling, or standing and lifting - Must be able to walk on uneven surfaces, muddy conditions, loose rock, loose/soft sand, etc. - May be required to work in confined spaces - Will be exposed to adverse weather conditions (Heat, Cold, Rain, Etc.) Mental - Must have the ability to communicate effectively with management/ supervision - Talking, reading & writing comprehension is necessary for giving and receiving directions to perform work and/or safety policy - Work at various tempos, and concentrate amid distractions - Decision making skills necessary - Detail-oriented; must be able to remember, examine, and observe details    
Job ID
2022-9616
Division
15 - Deep Foundations
Physical Location
Baytown, Tx
Overview   The Operator should be certified and have the ability to operate lattice boom crane with live brake capability. Must learn and understand all safety hazards related to the work and also learn to safely and effectively use or operate work related tools and equipment. Will be required to work in a plant operations or construction jobsite setting.   Responsibilities   *The following are intended as general illustrations of the work in this job class and are not all-inclusive for this position. - Work from machine cabs to direct operation of machine using pedals and levers - Raise and lower both live and fixed leads - Drive pilings for retaining walls, bulkheads, and foundations of structures, such as buildings, bridges, and piers - Use pile driver head on machine to drive pilings - Judge distance and position pilings leads - Host pilings into leads - Position hammers over pilings - Activate power hammers - Use multiple controls to operate equipment - Select appropriate attachments - Confer with building or project supervisor on job specifications - Comply with all safety codes - Read and interpret load charts - Interpret hand signals to determine where materials are to be placed - Perform minor maintenance or cleaning activities for tools and equipment - Perform daily inspections on equipment including checking fluids, refueling, adding fluids, and assess component wear - Report malfunctioning equipment to supervisors - Assist other craft workers as needed Qualifications   Physical - Must be able to push/pull, lift, or carry up to 50 lbs., but may occasionally push/pull, lift, or carry up to 100 lbs. - Subject to repetitive use of hands/arms, and legs - Hand/eye coordination, depth perception important - Must be able to communicate (hear, comprehend, and speak) to safely perform work - Will need to be able to perform sedentary to heavy work - May operate hand and power tools (electric, gas, and pneumatic) of all types - Climb and maintain balance on steel/wood framework, stairs, ladders and scaffolds - Required to use hands to grasp, lift, handle, carry or feel objects on a frequent basis - Position may require prolonged bending/twisting, walking, crawling, kneeling,  reaching overhead, squatting, pushing /pulling, or standing and lifting - Must be able to walk on uneven surfaces, muddy conditions, loose rock, loose/soft sand, etc. - May be required to work in confined spaces - Will be exposed to adverse weather conditions (Heat, Cold, Rain, Etc.) - Must be able to drive cars, trucks, forklifts and other equipment Mental - Must have the ability to communicate effectively with management/ supervision - Talking, reading & writing comprehension is necessary for giving and receiving directions to perform work and/or safety policy - Work at various tempos, and concentrate amid distractions - Decision making skills necessary - Detail-oriented; must be able to remember, examine, and observe details  
Job ID
2022-9598
Division
15 - Deep Foundations
Physical Location
Baytown, Tx
Overview   The candidate will have 3 to 7 years of IT experience. The System Administrator position is an IT professional responsible for the installation/configuration, support, and routine maintenance of Cajun’s computer network. The position will join a small local IT team here in Baton Rouge, Louisiana in order to support a wide range of users and systems. If you are not in Louisiana, USA or willing to relocate (we CAN NOT sponsor international candidates) please do not apply. A college degree is REQUIRED.   Responsibilities   *The following items are intended as general illustrations of the work in this job class and are not all-inclusive for this position. - Assist Cajun employees/users via phone and in person with various IT support items, including desktops, laptops, printers, smartphones, iPads - Support both custom and common user software, construction and engineering software experience is a plus - Ensure proper support documentation - Assist in managing both physical and virtual servers - Server software management - Basic IP networking - Manage Users in Active Directory - VMware experience a plus - Windows server maintenance - Stay abreast of new technologies - Room to learn and grow at Cajun   Requirements: - A four-year Bachelor’s degree, preferably in ISDS, IT, Computer Science, Math, or a related field. - 3-7 years’ experience in IT, primarily in support/systems/networking. - Microsoft Windows experience. - If you are not in Louisiana, US or willing to relocate (we CAN NOT sponsor international candidates) please do not apply.   Experience in these areas: - Active Directory Management - PC hardware and software troubleshooting - Basic networking - User support - Printer installs - Physical hardware installs - Light database skills a plus - Light scripting skills a plus Job duties include: - Basic and mid-level IT Support for a variety of software and hardware environments - Answering support phone calls - Physically installing computers - Potential for installing, updating, and monitoring servers - Working closely with a small team of IT professionals - Occasional afterhours work - Infrequent travel is possible The candidate will: - Enjoy working to help Cajun employees - Have excellent verbal communication skills - Be a fast study and pick up new technical skills often - Have great attention to detail - Be a team player, but self-motivated - Love to learn more every day Description of IT at Cajun Industries: Cajun is a medium sized construction company with a long history in Louisiana. Cajun’s IT team supports approximately 600 users, 2/3 of which are at or near the home office in Baton Rouge. The position is based at the Baton Rouge office. Laptops, smartphones, printers, PCs, iPads, and various types of networks are involved. Various software and custom software is supported.     Benefits:   -     401(k) matching -    Health insurance -     Disability insurance -    Dental insurance -     Health savings account -     Life insurance -     Paid time off – 15 days to start -     Vision insurance
Job ID
2022-9551
Division
95 - IT
Physical Location
Baton Rouge, LA
Overview   The Senior Estimator is responsible for the preparation of proposals including cost, technical and commercial responses. Will provide analysis of drawings, specifications, and other documentation to prepare time, cost, and labor estimates for products, projects, or services. Must learn and understand how to interpret safety hazards related to the work and effectively implement a construction strategy. The Estimator may be required to work in a plant operations or construction jobsite setting.   Responsibilities   *The following are intended as general illustrations of the work in this job class and are not all-inclusive for this position. - Review and understand the bid documents published by the client - Review data to determine material and labor requirements and prepares itemized lists - Compute cost factors and prepare estimates used for management purposes such as planning, organizing, and scheduling work; preparing bids; selecting vendors or subcontractors; and determining cost effectiveness - Consult with clients, vendors, or other individuals to discuss and formulate estimates and resolve issues - Interface with other individuals in the organization to obtain support and commitment to the cost estimates - Use estimating procedures and policies - Conduct a pre-job checklist and defines scope of work - Coordinate disciplines amongst the estimating team - Perform multiple types of quantity take-off - Prepare project bid schedule - Promote interaction with estimating team by brainstorming constructability of project, maximizing creativity, analyzing production rates, and maximizing indirect costs to reduce duration. - Prepare technical and commercial approach to proposal cost - Ensure contract T&Cs are reviewed by appropriate counsel for exceptions or comments. - Assist others as needed - Willing to train younger less experienced estimators - Ability to lead the estimating efforts for large, mutil-million dollar estimates, including cost and proposal preparation - Occasional travel, including overnight stays - In-office position   Qualifications   - 15+ years of experience - Sitework and concrete experience - Gulf-Coast experience - USACE experience - Able to communicate well within a multi-business unit firm, and with outside owners and vendors     Mental - Must have the ability to communicate effectively with management/ supervision - Talking and reading & writing comprehension is necessary for giving and receiving directions to perform work and/or safety policy - Ability to use math/complete calculations - Work at various tempos, and concentrate amid distractions - Decision making skills necessary - Detail-oriented; must be able to remember, examine, and observe details
Job ID
2022-9507
Division
01 - Infrastructure
Physical Location
Baton Rouge, LA
Overview   The Field Mechanic will diagnose, adjust, repair, or overhaul mobile mechanical, hydraulic, and pneumatic equipment, such as cranes, bulldozers, graders, and conveyors, used in construction and surface mining. Will need a working knowledge of DC electrical systems. Will be responsible for providing your own tools. Must learn and understand all safety hazards related to the work and learn to safely and effectively use or operate work related tools and equipment. Will be required to work in a plant operations or construction jobsite setting.   Responsibilities   *The following are intended as general illustrations of the work in this job class and are not all-inclusive for this position.   - Clean, lubricate, and perform other routine maintenance work on equipment and vehicles  - Operate and inspect machines and/or heavy equipment to diagnose defects - Repair and replace damaged or worn parts - Fit bearings to adjust, repair, or overhaul mobile mechanical, hydraulic, and pneumatic equipment - Read and understand operating manuals, blueprints, and technical drawings - Examine parts for damage or excessive wear - Test mechanical products/equipment after repair or assembly to ensure proper performance and compliance with specifications - Assist other craft workers as needed Qualifications   Physical - Must be able to push/pull, lift, or carry up to 50 lbs., but may occasionally push/pull, lift, or carry up to 100 lbs. - Subject to repetitive use of hands/arms, and legs - Hand/eye coordination - Must be able to communicate (hear, comprehend, and speak) to safely perform work - Will need to be able to perform sedentary to heavy work - May operate hand and power tools (electric, gas, and pneumatic) of all types - Climb and maintain balance on steel/wood framework, stairs, ladders and scaffolds - Required to use hands to grasp, lift, handle, carry or feel objects on a frequent basis - Position may require prolonged bending/twisting, walking, crawling, kneeling,  reaching overhead, squatting, pushing /pulling, or standing and lifting - Must be able to walk on uneven surfaces, muddy conditions, loose rock, loose/soft sand, etc. - May be required to work in confined spaces - Will be exposed to adverse weather conditions (Heat, Cold, Rain, Etc.) - Ability to drive cars, trucks, forklifts and other equipment as needed  Mental - Must have the ability to communicate effectively with management/ supervision - Ability to write and use math/complete calculations - Work at various tempos, and concentrate amid distractions - Decision making skills necessary - Detail-oriented; must be able to remember, examine, and observe details
Job ID
2022-9506
Division
60 - Equipment Services
Physical Location
Port Allen, La.
Overview   The Mechanical Estimator is responsible for the preparation of proposals including cost, technical and commercial responses. Will provide analysis of isometrics orthographics, structural steel and equipment drawings, specifications, and other documentation to prepare time, cost, and labor estimates for products, projects, or services. Must learn and understand how to interpret safety hazards related to the work and effectively implement a construction strategy. The Estimator may be required to work in a plant operations or construction jobsite setting.   Responsibilities   *The following are intended as general illustrations of the work in this job class and are not all-inclusive for this position. - Review and understand the bid documents published by the client - Review data to determine material and labor requirements and prepares itemized lists - Compute cost factors and prepare estimates used for management purposes such as planning, organizing, and scheduling work; preparing bids; selecting vendors or subcontractors; and determining cost effectiveness - Consult with clients, vendors, or other individuals to discuss and formulate estimates and resolve issues - Interface with other individuals in the organization to obtain support and commitment to the cost estimates - Use estimating procedures and policies - Conduct a pre-job checklist and defines scope of work - Coordinate disciplines amongst the estimating team - Perform multiple types of quantity take-off - Prepare project bid schedule - Promote interaction with estimating team by brainstorming constructability of project, maximizing creativity, analyzing production rates, and maximizing indirect costs to reduce duration. - Prepare technical and commercial approach to proposal cost - Ensure contract T&Cs are reviewed by appropriate counsel for exceptions or comments. - Assist others as needed Qualifications   Physical - Must be able to lift up to 25 lbs., but may occasionally lift up to 50 lbs. - Hearing and comprehension is necessary for giving and receiving directions - Will need to perform sedentary to heavy work - Will operate office equipment of all types - Climb and maintain balance on steel/wood framework, stairs, ladders and scaffolds - Required to use hands to grasp, lift, handle, carry or feel objects on a frequent basis - Position may require prolonged bending/twisting, walking, reaching overhead, squatting, sitting or standing and lifting - Must be able to manipulate and traverse uneven terrain, ladders, and multi-floor buildings with no elevator - Must be able to walk on uneven surfaces, muddy conditions, loose rock, loose/soft sand, etc. - Will be exposed to adverse weather conditions (Heat, Cold, Rain, Etc.) - Vision requirements include close vision, distance vision, and ability to adjust focus - Ability to drive cars/trucks as needed Mental - Must have the ability to communicate effectively with management/ supervision - Talking and reading & writing comprehension is necessary for giving and receiving directions to perform work and/or safety policy - Ability to use math/complete calculations - Work at various tempos, and concentrate amid distractions - Decision making skills necessary - Detail-oriented; must be able to remember, examine, and observe details
Job ID
2022-9426
Division
30 - Houston Mechanical
Physical Location
LaPorte, TX
Barge Superintendent   Qualifications: - Most importantly believe in safety and the safety of employees and be willing to accept Cajun’s strong safety culture - Minimum of 2 to 3 years of barge supervision - Experience in small pile driving such as wood pile, sheet pile, small pipe pile and small pccp piling, moderate rigging experience and willing to learn light carpentry / concrete work - Ability to read drawings for piling, template builds and false work - Ability to read and understand a job schedule - Have basic computer skills with willingness to learn more - Willing to train and coach employees - Believe in quality craftsmanship - Strong crane, rigging and safety background - Clean driving record - Ability to travel - Pre-employment drug screen and physical
Job ID
2022-9402
Division
23 - Marine
Physical Location
Gulf Coast Corridor
Marine Superintendent The Marine Superintendent is a field management position responsible for project execution and the financial outcome of the project.   Qualifications: - Most importantly believe in safety and the safety of employees and be willing to accept Cajun’s strong safety culture - Minimum of 5 years of experience managing marine projects with multiple rig barges and crews - Experience in large and small pile driving, heavy rigging, and mild carpentry/concrete work - Strong crane, rigging and safety background. - Ability to read and understand an estimate and schedule - Ability to make a 3 week look ahead - Knowledge of pile splicing and welding procedures - Basic computer skills (Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook) - Understand the importance of building and maintaining a good client relationship - Willing to train and coach employees - Understand and believe in quality craftsmanship - Clean driving record - Ability to travel - Pre-employment drug screen and physical   Essential Job Functions: - Administer safety at project level & ensure compliance with industry safety standards - Supervise and develop craft personnel and crews into well-led teams - Schedule work and equipment - Develop and implement operational work plans - Assure quality control and compliance - Responsible for onsite project cost - Manage materials and equipment - Client relations - Coordinate subcontractors and oversee their interface with project activities including safety  
Job ID
2022-9401
Division
23 - Marine
Physical Location
Gulf Coast Corridor
Marine Field Construction Manager   Qualifications: - Most importantly believe in safety and the safety of employees and be willing to accept Cajun’s strong safety culture - Minimum of 10 years of experience in marine construction over a large project with multiple work areas or over multiple smaller projects spread out geographically - Strong crane, rigging and safety background - Clean driving record - Ability to travel - Pre-employment drug screen and physical   Primary Responsibilities: - General: - Begin every meeting with mission statement, vision statement and a safety topic. - Assist SCM in providing oversight of all field operations for the Business Unit. - Promote and support safety through the use of the jobsite checklist, audit reports, jobsite safety recommendations. - Accountable to the SCM. - Work with BU Manager of Safety to oversee field operations and ensure essential SOPs/BPs and control measures are in place and effective in reducing risk. - Act at all times in an appropriate manner as a representative of Cajun Industries, LLC and consistently demonstrates the values and beliefs of a strong safety culture. - Understand basic computer and software skills (Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and Outlook, Viewpoint, pVault). - Responsible for identifying managers, supervisors, and employees whose behavior is inconsistent with Cajun’s values and beliefs and for discussing concerns with BUL/SCM/SVP Construction. - Direct and supervise field supervisory staff within BU. - Responsible for coaching and mentoring direct reports. - Review resumes and conducts interviews to identify candidates for future positions. - Understand the estimate. - Understand the schedule. - Understand the manpower curve. - Understand the job cost detail sheet. - Understand the terms in contract such as clarifications and liquidated damages. - Monitor personnel and recruiting capabilities. - Work with DF Field CM to coordinate and share labor needs. - Make sure to grow and maintain a good client relationship. - Clear communication. - Must be available to make regular site visits weekly. - Should use an agenda to make sure site visits are thorough and address all areas of concern. - Must keep a daily log documenting pertinent daily activities, conversations, or what you think is important to document. - Planning: - MFCM should work closely with estimating department along with SCM in estimate review process to ensure proper field staff and execution strategy is in line with how SCM envisions execution, if awarded. - Work with BUL/SCM/BU Manager of Safety to identify BU safety goals and objectives. - Review and assist with development of the JHA in conjunction with the Site Manager and the Manager of Safety. - Participate in Cajun Internal Pre-Con Meetings; follow up meeting with Site Manager and pertinent site team members to create detailed execution plan. - Participate in Major Subcontractor Pre-Con meetings. - Review and become familiar with Project JHA’s. - Monitor site plans for updates or changes. - Monitor high risk activities and ensure plan execution plans are submitted and reviewed. - Perform safety audits with project team on site visits. - Review cost reports with Site Manager/Superintendent during job site visits and discuss any trend that are identified during the review. Should work with PM as well to educate himself with all the costs. - Review and audit turnover packages on site visits to verify they are being done properly and in timely manner. - Review project schedule to ensure the project is moving in the right direction and is on schedule. - Ensure site managers have the proper tools, equipment, materials and manpower to meet job needs. - Coordinate manpower with other Business Units. - Utilize available resources such as Equipment Services, FFF, Constructability Manager, Hiring Centers, Training Department, Safety Department, Quality Department, etc. - Meetings: - Assist in planning BU Superintendent’s meetings with help of the SCM. - Participate in RCA meetings; not necessarily required to be a team member but have involvement when it comes to recognizing the direct & root causes. - Attend meetings with clients regarding issues with direct reports or change in supervisors on Projects. - Attend pre-task meetings & mass safety meetings on projects regularly to make sure we are relaying the correct message to our employees. - Execution: - Utilize Intranet to review training matrix’s along with ability to navigate in forms library to audit paperwork being used on jobsites are the most current documents. - Audit execution based on plans put in place. - Recognize constructability issues during site visits and correct accordingly; use findings as teaching points in superintendent’s meeting and discussions during other site visits. - Ability to review construction schedule and be able to evaluate actual manpower versus planned to ensure projects are not overstaffed. - Review Equipment Reports on projects and compare spent versus remaining. Needs to be able to audit equipment during site visits and question utilization issues. - Auditing: - Conduct (EHS Insight) audits independently or accompanied by Cajun’s Supervision/Safety, Client and/or subcontractor representatives to verify that the work being performed is in accordance with all applicable policies and procedures. - Conduct (EHS Insight) focused audits pre-task planning, fall management, jobsite checklist, close proximity, dropped objects, JHA’s, construction execution plans, SOP’s, etc. - Correct findings immediately if possible. Audit QC turnover documentation. - Hazard Recognition: - Verify with Manager of Safety that site management and site supervision understands and participates in the HR/NM Award Program. - Ensure that Manager of Safety is discussing project specific weekly HR/NM reports for trends. - Understand and be aware of Focus Four, EHS Insight trends, Hazard Recognition trends, etc. - Incident Investigation: - Monitor root cause analysis corrective actions to ensure compliance and effectiveness; verify that we are using the information to relay to our projects and audit accordingly. - Participate in RCA’s and executive management review meetings for Business Unit. - Training: - We have to focus on growing our Foremen and General Foremen to become salaried supervision. - Monitor BU training matrix and ensure required training is scheduled and maintained. Review with Manager of Safety and SCM. - Understand how to use EHS Insight. - Understand Cajun’s Intranet, what it is used for, and how to access it. - Understand how to maneuver the system to get the SOP’s, Best Practices, etc. - Mentoring: - Mentor the Business Unit Site Manager/Superintendent staff. The topics covered may vary for the basic keys to Cajun Success (Pre-Task Planning, Mentoring, Auditing, Execution Planning, etc.) - Perform annual evaluations on salaried direct hire staff. - Oversee mentoring of Area Superintendent/Project Superintendent under the tutelage of Site Manager. - Identify Foremen and General Foremen who have the potential to become Salary Supervision. - Put Foremen/General Foremen under the proper mentoring site manager to get them the field training they need to be prepared for that role. - Make sure Foremen/General Foremen get all the professional and technical training they need to move into that role. - Quality: - Must be familiar with Cajun’s Corporate Quality Control Manual. - Must participate in building a jobsite specific quality control plan. - Oversee mentoring of Area Superintendents/Project Superintendents under the tutelage of Site Manager. - Work closely with Jobsite Quality Control Manager and personnel to implement and manage jobsite quality control program.
Job ID
2022-9400
Division
23 - Marine
Physical Location
Gulf Coast Corridor