This position is based in Orlando and will be responsible for ensuring all aspects of assigned projects from client communication to production are done accurately and timely. The Project Lead will be assigned various projects, including but not limited to, wood and steel window and door restoration. This person will be responsible for all aspects of projects assigned to them and will coordinate with the Production Manager.
This position may require overnight travel for up to two (2) weeks at a time depending on site work needs for specific projects.
The person in this role should be familiar with historic window and door restoration, and have knowledge of working with wood and/or steel.
- Perform tasks including but not limited to scraping, sanding, carpentry, glazing, painting, etc.
- Work with Production Manager to create accurate materials lists and labor schedules for assigned projects
- Be the main point of contact for clients regarding project coordination
- Manage multiple projects simultaneously
- Ensure onsite and shop work is done accurately, timely, and to Austin quality standards
- Supervise a team of employees and temp labor
- Mentor less experienced employees to constantly improve abilities of team
- Coordinate onsite subcontractor schedules for efficient use of time
- Communicate any change order requests with details to sales team
- Meet or beat materials and labor estimates for assigned projects
- Maintain and keep track of company owned tools and equipment
- Keep assigned company vehicle clean and mechanically maintained
- Implement and monitor company safety plan to ensure a safe job site for employees and subcontractors
- Other duties as assigned
- 3-8 Years of Carpentry work preferred
- 2-5 Years of Supervisor experience preferred
- Must have a reliable means of transportation
- Must speak English
Physical Requirements: This position requires incumbents to routinely stand for up to 10 hours a day and for long periods of time, stoop or crouch, lift up to 80 lbs at a time, endure hot and cold temperatures while working, work outside, work while wearing cumbersome protective equipment, walk, perform repetitive hand and arm motions, be able to see near and far distances, respond quickly to sounds, and climb ladders and raised platforms while carrying materials or equipment. There may be days where this position will require wearing a respirator for up to 10 hours a day due to being exposed to lead paint with historic windows.
- Health, Vision, Dental, and Supplemental Insurance
- 4 Day Work-Week
- Paid Time Off
- Holiday Pay