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Laborer

Job Summary

Viking Specialty Contracting provides a team-focused approach to serving our rapidly growing client base throughout Arizona.  Our highly efficient and hardworking Laborers are given ownership over the defined systems and processes’ that are utilized to execute field objectives.  

At Viking, we believe that success is the result of a knowledgeable team providing exemplary customer service and rapid response to our largest asset, our clients.  In addition, we believe that the fair treatment and earnest appreciation of employees, subcontractors, and vendors alongside our superior performance are the keys to a market-leading and profitable company. 

The Viking Laborer is a valued and integral partner in the practice of these beliefs.  As Laborer, you are responsible to support the Supervisor and Foreman in the field through the execution of demolition and abatement tasks.

Job Responsibilities

  • Knows, understands, and supports “Safety, Liability Management, Productivity, and Quality” as it applies to your position as Laborer
  • Receives and maintains safety training and applicable abatement and demolition field certifications
  • Responsible to ensure safe work practices in the field are being followed
  • Act as an apprentice to learn safe work practices, change order rest workflow, demolition and abatement methods and to correctly account for a time within Buildertrend
  • Ability to bend, lift, climb and perform the daily laborious tasks of abatement and demolition

Core Competencies

  • Ability to travel for work on a regular basis
  • An energetic and positive attitude that reflects Viking core values of “Excellence in Service”
  • Confident knowledge of abatement, demolition and related trades in order to adequately deliver field objectives
  • Ability to pass a drug screening test
  • Have reliable transportation with proper registration and insurance

Experience

  • Demonstrated minimum of 2 years’ experience as Laborer

 


*This job description is not meant to be an all-inclusive description of all Laborer responsibilities or intended to be a contract. The purpose of this description is to give a general overview of the Laborer responsibilities and requirements. Viking Construction, LLC reserves the right to add or change this job description as the needs of the business necessitate.

Foreman

Job Summary

Viking Specialty Contracting provides a team-focused approach to serving our rapidly growing client base throughout Arizona.  Our highly efficient and technologically proficient Foreman are given ownership over the defined systems and processes’ that are utilized to execute field objectives.

At Viking, we believe that success is the result of a knowledgeable team providing exemplary customer service and rapid response to our largest asset, our clients.  In addition, we believe that the fair treatment and earnest appreciation of employees, subcontractors, and vendors alongside our superior performance are the keys to a market-leading and profitable company.

The Viking Foreman is a valued and integral partner in the practice of these beliefs.  As Foreman, you are responsible to support the Supervisor in the field through setting the pace of work and the execution of safe work practices in the areas of abatement and demolition.

Job Responsibilities

  • Knows, understands, and supports “Safety, Liability Management, Productivity, and Quality” as it applies to your position as Foreman
  • Receives and maintains safety training and applicable abatement and demolition field certifications
  • Responsible to ensure safe work practices in the field are being followed
  • Perform daily JHA aligned with the Viking Service Matrix as directed by the Supervisor
  • Act as apprentice Supervisor with the goal of executing job functions autonomously
  • Disperse information regarding the Service Matrix, plan reading, demolition and abatement methods, conflict management, employee motivation and change order workflow
  • Ability to bend, lift, climb and perform the daily laborious tasks of abatement and demolition

Core Competencies

  • Ability to travel for work on a regular basis
  • An energetic and positive attitude that reflects Viking core values of “Excellence in Service”
  • Confident knowledge of abatement, demolition and related trades in order to adequately deliver field objectives
  • Ability to pass a drug screening test
  • Clean driving record
  • Have reliable transportation with proper registration and insurance

Experience

  • Demonstrated minimum of 2 years’ experience as Foreman

 


*This job description is not meant to be an all-inclusive description of all Foreman responsibilities or intended to be a contract.  The purpose of this description is to give a general overview of the Foreman responsibilities and requirements.  Viking Construction, LLC reserves the right to add or change this job description as the needs of the business necessitate. 

Supervisor

Job Summary

Viking Specialty Contracting provides a team-focused approach to serving our rapidly growing client base throughout Arizona.  Our highly efficient and technologically proficient Supervisors are given ownership over the defined systems and processes’ that are utilized to execute field objectives.

At Viking, we believe that success is the result of a knowledgeable team providing exemplary customer service and rapid response to our largest asset, our clients.  In addition, we believe that the fair treatment and earnest appreciation of employees, subcontractors, and vendors alongside our superior performance are the keys to a market-leading and profitable company.

The Viking Supervisor is a valued and integral partner in the practice of these beliefs.  As Supervisor, you are responsible to lead the field in the execution of safe work practices in the areas of abatement and demolition.

Job Responsibilities

  • Knows, understands, and supports “Safety, Liability Management, Productivity, and Quality” as it applies to your position as Supervisor
  • Performs all functions within Buildertrend, the Viking project Management Software
  • Receives and maintains safety training and applicable abatement and demolition field certifications
  • Primary position responsible to ensure safe work practices in the field are being followed
  • Coordinate the collection of pertinent tools and materials
  • Review survey, NESHAP, permits, scope and plans in order to properly execute field directives
  • Provide mark-out of demolition/abatement in accordance with plans and surveys
  • Perform daily JHA aligned with the Viking Service Matrix
  • Manage dumpster switch-out in accordance with job scope and pace
  • Impart Viking Service Matrix to down-line employees
  • Complete accurate daily reports aligned to the Viking Service Matrix in Buildertrend
  • Ensure the correct collection of hours from subordinate team members
  • Act as the main point of customer contact while on site
  • Ability to bend, lift, climb and perform the daily laborious tasks of abatement and demolition

Core Competencies

  • Ability to travel for work on a regular basis
  • An energetic and positive attitude that reflects Viking core values of “Excellence in Service”
  • Ability to utilize technology in order to increase efficiency
  • Ability to utilize Buildertrend to complete all Supervisor functions
  • Demonstrable written, oral communication, and listening skills
  • Mastery knowledge in all abatement, demolition and related trades in order to adequately deliver field objectives
  • Ability to pass a drug screening test
  • Ability to manage multiple projects and variables simultaneously
  • Clean driving record
  • Have reliable transportation with proper registration and insurance

Experience

  • Demonstrated minimum of 2 years’ experience as Supervisor

 


*This job description is not meant to be an all-inclusive description of all Supervisor responsibilities or intended to be a contract.  The purpose of this description is to give a general overview of the Supervisor’s responsibilities and requirements.  Viking Construction, LLC reserves the right to add or change this job description as the needs of the business necessitate. 

Other Positions at Viking

Field Operations Manager

Job Summary

Viking Specialty Contracting provides a team-focused approach to serving our rapidly growing client base throughout Arizona.  Our highly efficient and technologically proficient Field Operations Managers are given ownership over the defined systems and processes’ that are utilized to provide support to our valued field staff and subcontractors.

At Viking, we believe that success is the result of a knowledgeable team providing exemplary customer service and rapid response to our largest asset, our clients.  In addition, we believe that the fair treatment and earnest appreciation of employees, subcontractors, and vendors alongside our superior performance are the keys to a market-leading and profitable company.

The Viking Field Operations Manager is a valued and integral partner in the practice of these beliefs.  As Field Operations Manager, you are responsible to coordinate the safe execution of abatement and demolition practices through subordinate Viking labor assets and qualified subcontractors.

Job Responsibilities

  • Knows, understands, and supports “Safety, Liability Management, Productivity, and Quality” as it applies to your position as Field Operations Manager
  • Develops field assets through daily training, technology, and job performance education
  • Perform and document all functions within the Viking project management Software
  • Primary responsible party to ensure safe work practices in the field
  • Develop and maintains client relationships, with the expectation of earning repeat business with each and every client
  • Highly responsive to Project Management, client inquiries, emails, phone calls, meeting requests, etc.
  • Maintains project master schedule through labor and subcontractor assets
  • Responsible to attend internal project kick-off meeting with Estimator, Project Manager, Project Coordinator, and Supervisor

Core Competencies:

  • OSHA 30 or advanced certified
  • Asbestos Supervisor certified
  • Clean driving record
  • Ability to pass a drug screening
  • An energetic and positive attitude that reflects Viking core values of “Excellence in Service”
  • Ability to utilize technology in order to increase efficiency
  • Demonstrable written, oral communication, and listening skills
  • Depth of knowledge in all abatement, demolition and related trades in order to adequately manage field objectives and subcontractor contracts
  • Ability to read and understand construction plans, surveys and specifications
  • Ability to manage multiple projects and variables simultaneously
  • Ability to utilize Microsoft Outlook, project management software and Excel
  • Have reliable transportation with proper registration and insurance

Experience

  • Demonstrated minimum of 5 years’ experience as Construction or Field Operations Manager and a minimum of 2 years abatement and demolition

Compensation

  • Vehicle allowance and gas card
  • Company credit card for purchases
  • Health and Dental Benefits
  • Optional matching 401k after 90 days
  • Salary: Depending on experience

 


*This job description is not meant to be an all-inclusive description of all Field Operations Manager responsibilities or intended to be a contract.  The purpose of this description is to give a general overview of the Field Operations Manager’s responsibilities and requirements.  Viking Construction, LLC reserves the right to add or change this job description as the needs of the business necessitate. 

Hiring and Training Manager

The Viking Specialty Contracting Hiring/Training Manager is an integral partner in establishing and maintaining the company culture of “Excellence in Service”. In alignment with the Viking Specialty Contracting Service Matrix, this position will be responsible for, but not limited to the following tasks

  • In partnership with management, create and maintain a hiring profile and subsequent hiring system
  • Create and maintain wage structure pursuant to the financial strategy
  • Actively solicit new recruits that meet the hiring profile and perform interviews
  • Manage wage profiles according to established wage protocols
  • Provide new employee orientation for new hires
  • Provide ongoing safety and service training for new hires and existing employees
  • Create new safety and service curriculums for future training modules
  • Design and implement reporting for employee retention, efficacy, and production rates
  • Develop internal employee marketing campaigns for use in recruitment
  • Create and maintain employee job descriptions
  • Implement ongoing safety education through the delivery of curriculum to Field Operations Managers
  • Provide career enhancement training to Supervisor and Foreman positions
  • Research and implement on-line training programs
  • Develop and oversee certification program and certification maintenance

In addition to the above, the following requirements must be met.

  • Successful completion of drug screenings
  • Clean driving record (Must be 25 or older to drive company vehicles).
  • Minimum 3 years verifiable experience in employee or classroom management
  • Ability to drive to multiple job sites, bend, stand, sit, and meet the OSHA requirements of construction activities. Some evenings/weekends may be required
  • Demonstrated field/classroom training experience.
  • Bachelor’s degree in construction management, education, psychology, human resources, or the equivalent in applicable management or OSHA certifications.

Preferred applicants will demonstrate the following

  • OSHA 30 or greater.
  • Experience in construction services
  • Passion for service and teaching.
  • Love of people and process.

 


*This job description is not meant to be an all-inclusive description of all Hiring/Training Manager responsibilities or intended to be a contract.  The purpose of this description is to give a general overview of the Hiring/Training Manager responsibilities and requirements.  Viking Construction, LLC reserves the right to add or change this job description as the needs of the business necessitate. 

Office Manager

Job Summary

Viking Specialty Contracting provides a team-focused approach to serving our rapidly growing client base throughout Arizona.  Our highly efficient and technologically proficient Office Manager is given ownership over the defined systems and processes’ that are utilized to provide support to our valued executive staff and subcontractors.  

At Viking, we believe that success is the result of a knowledgeable team providing exemplary customer service and rapid response to our largest asset, our clients.  In addition, we believe that the fair treatment and earnest appreciation of employees, subcontractors, and vendors alongside our superior performance are the keys to a market-leading and profitable company. 

The Viking Office Manager is a valued and integral partner in the practice of these beliefs.  As Office Manager, you are responsible to collect, organize and coordinate information traded between the executive staff and the field.

Job Responsibilities

  • Knows, understands, and supports “Safety, Liability Management, Productivity, and Quality” as it applies to your position as Office Manager
  • Performs all functions within Buildertrend, the Viking project Management Software
  • Highly responsive to Owners, Project Managers, client inquiries, emails, phone calls, meeting requests, etc.
  • Files NESHAP paperwork to respective agencies
  • Request and issue Viking Certificates of Insurance to the client per client requests
  • Enter subcontractor and vendor invoices into Buildertrend and packages for Project Manager approval
  • Manages lien waivers for individual subcontractor payments and client payments
  • Manage requests, receives and issues subcontractor and vendor warranty packages in order to create both in-house and client warranty and closeout files
  • Compiles and issues closeout documents to the client

Core Competencies:

  • OSHA 30 or advanced certified
  • Asbestos Supervisor certified
  • Clean driving record
  • Ability to pass a drug screening
  • An energetic and positive attitude that reflects Viking core values of “Excellence in Service”
  • Ability to utilize technology in order to increase efficiency
  • Demonstrable written, oral communication, and listening skills
  • Depth of knowledge in all abatement, demolition and related trades in order to adequately manage field objectives and subcontractor contracts
  • Ability to read and understand construction plans, surveys and specifications
  • Ability to manage multiple projects and variables simultaneously
  • Ability to utilize Microsoft Outlook, project management software and Excel
  • Have reliable transportation with proper registration and insurance

Experience

  • Demonstrated minimum of 3 years’ experience as Office Manager of abatement and demolition workflows

 


*This job description is not meant to be an all-inclusive description of all Office Manager responsibilities or intended to be a contract.  The purpose of this description is to give a general overview of the Office Manager’s responsibilities and requirements.  Viking Construction, LLC reserves the right to add or change this job description as the needs of the business necessitate.

Project Coordinator

Job Summary

Viking Specialty Contracting provides a team-focused approach to serving our rapidly growing client base throughout Arizona.  Our highly efficient and technologically proficient Project Coordinators are given ownership over the defined systems and processes’ that are utilized to provide support to our valued field staff and subcontractors.

At Viking, we believe that success is the result of a knowledgeable team providing exemplary customer service and rapid response to our largest asset, our clients.  In addition, we believe that the fair treatment and earnest appreciation of employees, subcontractors, and vendors alongside our superior performance are the keys to a market-leading and profitable company.

The Project Coordinator utilizes the Viking Specialty Contracting Service Matrix to assist the Project Manager in the structuring and maintaining of all external and internal communications, project schedule, and execution of all production-related functions designed to deliver consistent client experiences.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Understand and utilize the Viking Service Matrix for inclusion in all production activities
  • Ensure that aspects of the project that occur outside of the Project Management Software are accurately reflected and documented within the software, in coordination with Project Manager and Field Operations Manager
  • Create job folders and manage the collection and organization of all incoming and outgoing communications, plans, specifications, surveys, and RFI’s
  • Attends project kick-off meetings with internal team (Project Manager, Supervisor, Estimator)
  • Receives buy-out from Project Manager and issues subcontractor and supplier work orders and places subcontractor/vendor related proposals in proper digital files
  • Manages all aspects of submittals, and create documentation of lead times and product procurement through Viking established workflows to ensure adherence to project schedule
  • Manages subcontractor insurance/bonding/licensing adherence and Master Services Agreement with subcontractors
  • Manage requests, receives and issues subcontractor and supplier warranty packages to create both in-house and client warranty books
  • Documents, in collaboration with Project Manager and Field Operations Manager, project punch list
  • Attends project meetings accordingly per instruction from Project Manager

Job Requirements:

  • A positive attitude that reflects company core values of “Excellence in Service”.
  • Strong familiarity with abatement and demolition workflow
  • Ability and desire to utilize Viking project management software order to increase efficiency
  • Strong organizational skills and the ability to work within and improve upon the existing Viking project coordination workflow
  • Perform all functions through company policies and procedures
  • Demonstratable written, oral communication, and listening skills
  • Clean driving record and proper vehicle insurance

 


*This job description is not meant to be an all-inclusive description of all Project Coordinator responsibilities or intended to be a contract.  The purpose of this description is to give a general overview of the Project Coordinator’s responsibilities and requirements. Viking reserves the right to add or change this job description as the needs of the business necessitate.

Project Manager

Job Summary

Viking Specialty Contracting provides a team-focused approach to serving our rapidly growing client base throughout Arizona.  Our highly efficient and technologically proficient Project Managers are given ownership over the defined systems and processes’ that are utilized to provide support to our valued field staff and subcontractors.

At Viking, we believe that success is the result of a knowledgeable team providing exemplary customer service and rapid response to our largest asset, our clients.  In addition, we believe that the fair treatment and earnest appreciation of employees, subcontractors, and vendors alongside our superior performance are the keys to a market-leading and profitable company.

The Viking Project Manager is a valued and integral partner in the practice of these beliefs.  As Project Manager, you are responsible to set the vision and energetic tone for your projects and to develop your field staff and subcontractors through process integration, technology, and education.  Our Project Managers also foster long-term relationships with both clients and support teams that will allow Viking healthy and sustainable growth.

Job Responsibilities

  • Knows, understands, and supports “Safety, Liability Management, Productivity, and Quality” as it applies to your position as Project Manager
  • Develops field support staff through daily training, technology education and management of field related Key Performance Indicators
  • Performs all functions within Buildertrend, the Viking project Management Software
  • Develops and maintains client relationships, with the expectation of earning repeat business with each and every client
  • Highly responsive to client inquiries, emails, phone calls, meeting requests, etc.
  • Creates project Master Schedule for use in field execution
  • Performs contract “buy-out” and instructs Project Coordinator to issue work orders
  • Responsible to oversee internal project kick-off meeting with Estimator, Field Operations Manager, Project Coordinator, and Supervisor
  • Responsible to deliver fully packaged job (plans, permit, building standards, project commitments, schedule, to field management team through project kick-off meeting (Organized within Buildertrend)
  • Manages and mentors Field Operations Manager assigned to project
  • Manages all field RFI requests from Supervisors or Subcontractors quickly, in coordination with Supervisor and Project Coordinator
  • Manages all subcontractor Change Order requests in coordination with Sales/Estimator and Project Coordinator, and coordinates documentation with Project Coordinator
  • Deals directly with clients regarding change order work or scope/design changes (approval, pricing, timing, etc.), and coordinates documentation of change order with Project Coordinator in coordination with Sales/Estimator
  • Attends all regularly scheduled client walks/meetings (in-person or conference call), and documents accordingly through Buildertrend
  • Creates and maintains meeting agendas and coordinates the distribution of meeting minutes in Buildertrend
  • Maintains accountability with assigned project Field Operations Manager to ensure Project Documentation is complete (daily logs, photos, schedule updates, 2-week look ahead, time-tracking, NESHAP management, etc.)
  • Authorizes any subcontractor/vendor invoicing not coinciding with project work orders issued in coordination with Sales/Estimating
  • Reviews final/retention subcontractor billings; approve/deny
  • Maintains all team-relationships on the project (Client, Field Operations, Subcontractor/Vendors)
  • Manages project budget throughout duration of the job through Buildertrend
  • Ensures all project correspondence that occurs outside of project management software (i.e. Outlook) is captured into the project via Buildertrend
  • Responsible to ensure the project Punch list is documented in Project Management Software and that items open are completed and closed in a timely manner, in coordination and collaboration with the Field Operations Manager and Project Coordinator
  • Ensures client close-out is furnished to the client in a timely manner (Coordinates efforts with PC), and follow up with Client to obtain performance feedback

Core Competencies:

  • Ability to travel for work (within the greater Phoenix area) on a regular basis
  • An energetic and positive attitude that reflects Viking core values of “Excellence in Service”
  • Ability to utilize technology in order to increase efficiency
  • Ability to utilize Buildertrend to complete all Project Management functions
  • Demonstrable written, oral communication, and listening skills
  • Depth of knowledge in all abatement, demolition and related trades in order to adequately manage field objectives and subcontractor contracts
  • Ability to read and understand construction plans, surveys and specifications
  • Ability to pass a drug screening test
  • Ability to manage multiple projects and variables simultaneously
  • Ability to utilize Microsoft Outlook, Buildertrend and Excel
  • Clean driving record
  • Have reliable transportation with proper registration and insurance

Experience

  • Demonstrated minimum of 3 years’ experience as Project Manager of abatement and demolition workflows

 


*This job description is not meant to be an all-inclusive description of all Project Manager responsibilities or intended to be a contract.  The purpose of this description is to give a general overview of the Project Manager’s responsibilities and requirements.  Viking Construction, LLC reserves the right to add or change this job description as the needs of the business necessitate. 

 

Sales / Estimator

Job Summary

Viking Construction provides a team-focused approach to serving our rapidly growing client base throughout Arizona to meet their asbestos abatement and demolition needs.  Our highly efficient and technologically proficient Sales/Estimators are given ownership over the defined systems and processes that are utilized to administer bid procedures that bring about accurate and thorough job proposals.

At Viking, we believe that success is the result of a great team providing exemplary customer service and rapid response to our largest asset, our clients.  In addition, we believe that the fair treatment and earnest appreciation of employees, subcontractors, and vendors alongside our superior performance are the keys to a market-leading and profitable company.

The Viking Sales/Estimator is a valued and integral partner in the practice of these beliefs.  As Sales/Estimator, you are responsible to develop long term relationships with clients, subcontractors and vendors with the result of creating healthy and efficient project teams that deliver to Viking accurate, timely, and complete competitive quotes that become the foundation for winning proposals.

Job Responsibilities

  • Knows, understands, and supports “Safety, Liability Management, Productivity, and Quality” as it applies to your position as Sales/Estimator
  • Qualify/build/maintain subcontractor and vendor relationships
  • Ability to utilize estimating software to create qualified estimates
  • Utilize plans, surveys and specifications to determine project scope
  • Utilize “discovery” questioning model to uncover client expectations
  • Determine general conditions, schedule, sales tax, labor demands, etc. for use in scope sheets
  • Prepare scope sheet for each trade and internal users
  • Send bid invitations and scope sheets to qualified bidders
  • Provide site walks and act as a direct contact for scope clarifications and RFI’s
  • Communicate RFI responses across all applicable trades
  • Receive subcontractor proposals and qualify
  • Provide scope summary and create job proposals
  • Follow up on all proposed projects
  • Communicate and maintain change orders through Viking Change Order workflow

Core Competencies:

  • Demonstrated ability to consistently build healthy customer/subcontractor/vendor relationships
  • Desire to “take ownership” over job functions
  • Ability to pass a drug screening test
  • Perform and support all functions through company policies and procedures
  • Ability to read and understand construction plans, surveys and specifications and to manipulate within estimating software
  • Depth of knowledge in all related trades in order to adequately qualify subcontractor bids
  • Strong organizational skills and the ability to work within and improve upon the existing Viking Sales/Estimating workflow
  • Demonstrable written, oral communication, and listening skills
  • Ability and desire to utilize technology in order to increase efficiency
  • A positive attitude that reflects Viking core values of “Excellence in Service”
  • Clean driving record and reliable transportation with proper registration and insurance

Experience

  • Demonstrated minimum of 3 years’ experience as Sales/Estimator in Abatement and Demolition

 


*This job description is not meant to be an all-inclusive description of all Sales/Estimator responsibilities or intended to be a contract. The purpose of this description is to give a general overview of the Sales/Estimator responsibilities and requirements.  Viking Construction, LLC reserves the right to add or change this job description as the needs of the business necessitate. 

Warehouse Management

Job Summary

Viking Specialty Contracting provides a team-focused approach to serving our rapidly growing client base throughout Arizona.  Our highly efficient and technologically proficient Warehouse Managers are given ownership over the defined systems and processes’ that are utilized to provide support to our valued field staff and subcontractors.

At Viking, we believe that success is the result of a knowledgeable team providing exemplary customer service and rapid response to our largest asset, our clients.  In addition, we believe that the fair treatment and earnest appreciation of employees, subcontractors, and vendors alongside our superior performance are the keys to a market-leading and profitable company.

The Viking Warehouse Manager is a valued and integral partner in the practice of these beliefs.  As a Warehouse Manager, you are responsible to support the Field Operations Manager and field staff in the acquisition, maintenance, and distribution of production tools and consumable supplies.

Job Responsibilities

  • Knows, understands, and supports “Safety, Liability Management, Productivity, and Quality” as it applies to your position as Warehouse Manager
  • Performs all functions within Buildertrend, the Viking project Management Software
  • Receives Pull List from the Project Manager and executes the collection and distribution of tools and materials
  • Utilizes Master Schedule and predictive budget to assess upcoming material and equipment purchases
  • Maintains tools and large equipment through 3rd party vendors
  • Utilizes Viking Service Matrix to prioritize repair and maintenance schedule
  • Reconciles Pull List and submits to Controller through Buildertrend

Core Competencies:

  • Ability to travel for work on a regular basis
  • An energetic and positive attitude that reflects Viking core values of “Excellence in Service”
  • Ability to utilize technology in order to increase efficiency
  • Ability to utilize Buildertrend to complete all Warehouse Manager functions
  • Demonstrable written, oral communication, and listening skills
  • Cursory knowledge in all abatement, demolition and related trades in order to adequately deliver field objectives
  • Ability to pass a drug screening test
  • Ability to manage multiple projects and variables simultaneously
  • Ability to utilize Microsoft Outlook, Buildertrend and Excel
  • Clean driving record
  • Have reliable transportation with proper registration and insurance

Experience

  • Demonstrated minimum of 2 years’ experience as Warehouse Manager

 


*This job description is not meant to be an all-inclusive description of all Warehouse Manager responsibilities or intended to be a contract. The purpose of this description is to give a general overview of the Warehouse Manager’s responsibilities and requirements. Viking Construction, LLC reserves the right to add or change this job description as the needs of the business necessitate.

Viking does not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, or any other classification protected by law.