Thompson Thrift

Multifamily Senior Field Engineer - Sarasota

Sarasota, FL
Our Company Thompson Thrift is an integrated full-service real estate company with offices in India

Job Description

Multifamily Senior Field Engineer

Posted: Sunday, 6/2/2024

Job Summary

Field Management position with minor construction experience that through direction from both the Project Superintendent and Assistant Superintendent provides on-site coordination and assistance for all phases of the construction project. Will include management of hourly trade employees and subcontractors and at the same time gaining experience and skills required for position advancement.

Key Responsibilities and Duties

  • Although other duties may be assigned as needed, the key responsibilities and duties of the job are:
  • Assist the project team in any capacity directed.
  • Work closely with the project team monitoring the safety, cost, scheduling quality control, and punch of the construction projects.
  • Be responsible for the completion of quality control checklists and updating of lists and filing correctly.
  • Assist with the coordination of material deliveries with the Project/Assistance Superintendent.
  • Be responsible for specific trades or scopes of work performance from the start of work through the final punch.
  • Assist with the punch process as directed on the project. Dependent upon project staffing, may be required to report the daily headcount of Subcontractors on the worksite for each of the required construction trades.
  • Dependent upon project staffing, may be required to police job site cleanup.
  • Submit notification of inadequate cleanup with pictures to the responsible subcontractor and ensure the situation is resolved.
  • Dependent upon project staffing, may be required to take pictures of construction progress on a daily/weekly basis and saved them in appropriate job files.

Education and Experience

Minimum Education: Bachelor’s degree in construction management, civil engineering or related field of study.

Minimum Experience: 2+ years of experience. Formal internships can be used to satisfy the experience requirement.

Skills, Certifications, and Designations

The skills, certifications, and designations needed to be successful in the job

Skills: Basic understanding of construction terms, fundamentals, and plan reading, with exposure to scheduling, cost accounting, and job site safety. Basic computer skills including Microsoft Office, Procore, and similar computer programs. Strong verbal and written communication aptitude, as well as teamwork, problem-solving, and initiative. Willing to accept direction and follow through to ensure work assignments are completed. Desire to learn and strive for promotion.

Physical Requirements, Environmental & Hazardous Specifications

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by a team member to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Team members may perform other duties as assigned. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Heavy Physical Activity

Job requires team member to be mobile; frequently lifting 50 to 80 pounds and occasionally lifting up to 100 pounds. The duties of the job require the frequent use of hand and fingers to type, reach, grasp, and handle or feel objects, tools, or controls. In addition, it requires the ability to stand, climb, stoop, kneel crouch, crawl, and navigate uneven surfaces. Specific vision abilities include close vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus. Job duties require the physical ability to climb permanent and temporary stairs, work above ground level on construction hoists, ability to climb ladders, negotiate work areas under construction, and maintain balance and equilibrium to prevent falling. Job frequently involves exposure to dust, fumes, odors, heavy machinery, machinery with moving parts, scaffolding and high places, and noise (must shout to be heard).

Thompson Thrift At A Glance

Our Company Thompson Thrift is an integrated full-service real estate company with offices in Indianapolis and Terre Haute, Indiana; Denver; Houston and Phoenix. Three business units drive Thompson Thrift’s success—Thompson Thrift Residential which is focused on upscale Class A multifamily communities and luxury leased homes, Thompson Thrift Commercial which is focused on ground-up commercial development, and Thompson Thrift Construction, a full-service construction company. Through these business units, Thompson Thrift is engaged in all aspects of development, construction, leasing, and management of quality commercial real estate projects across the country. The company earned national recognition as a winner of a 2023 Top Workplaces USA award, the latest accolade that reflects the company's ongoing commitment to excellence in the community and workplace. Our Culture Thompson Thrift continuously strives to live out its mission of positively impacting our team members and the communities we serve, and we believe that each team member contributes to the success of our mission every day by Living the Core. The core of Thompson Thrift encompasses our Mission, Core Values, and Core Competencies. These three aspects make up the culture of Thompson Thrift—why we do what we do, our guiding principles, and the behaviors we are all striving to achieve. TT Serve, the community impact arm of Thompson Thrift, offers team members opportunities to live out our mission in a variety of ways. Our three Areas of Impact, Team, Community, and Global, help to offer support and care for our team members, local communities, and international communities. At Thompson Thrift, we believe in the importance of positively impacting and investing in our team members and their families at every stage of life. Through the launch of the Family Impact Benefits Program in 2022, our team offers standard and enhanced benefits to our team members. According to our 2022 Engagement Survey, team members feel that Thompson Thrift prioritizes the health and well-being of our team members. Our Careers Thompson Thrift is committed to our team member’s personal and professional development. The success of our company is founded on the strength and commitment of our team members, and we work hard to acknowledge each contribution. We regularly evaluate our team members' needs and continue to develop our talent to ensure their career goals are attainable through our training and development programs, mentoring initiatives, and internal growth opportunities. We want our team members to excel and thrive at Thompson Thrift. Our career advancement and training and leadership development programs help ensure our team members are reaching their personal and professional goals. Along with our internal trainings, our partnership with IU Executive Development has provided team members with exceptional trainings for future managers, senior leaders, and much more.
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