Baker Concrete Construction, Inc. Instrument Man- Level II in San Diego, California
Baker Concrete Construction, Inc., one of the nation's largest concrete contractors is searching for a Instrument Man Level II. The Instrument Man – Level II provides the expertise and coordination to use the surveying equipment to ensure that the work is laid out in the most effective and accurate way possible. Coordinates layout activities with the Party Chief, Superintendent and/or Foremen for the installation of layout on a project. Has a good understanding of our SQP goals and collaborates with project leadership to identify improvement ideas. Contributes to effective project management through daily observations and communication. Supports the field in resolving any conflicts with tolerances and field constructability issues in the installation of the work.
Responsible for the Installation of Onsite Layout: Responsible for accurately maintaining all physical site dimensions and controls. Responsible for accurate layout of building location, structures, and dimensions throughout the project. Assists in establishing procedures and coordinating with the client to define primary survey points and transfer building controls on the site. Establishes secondary control and communicates procedures to individual work crews. Implements procedures to adequately provide layout methods and check/re-check. Provides required data to Party Chief to establish defining points needed in data collector. Calculates and monitors concrete hold quantities on a daily basis. Maintains communication with Party Chief, Superintendent, Foremen and other trades to coordinate project layout. May serve as the Party Chief on smaller projects.
Provides Layout which Adheres to Quality Control Requirements: Sets up and checks accuracy of surveying equipment through pegging and double centering,, or other methods. Validates calculations and other information provided by the Party Chief/Superintendent. reviews construction documents for accuracy, deviations, and conflicts and writes clarification requests accordingly. Collaborates with Party Chief, Superintendent, Foremen and other trades to resolve, constructability conflicts. Interfaces with Formwork Engineering department to provide a layout for formwork shop drawings. Maintains field notes and documentation generated by layout. Review and understand construction drawings and identifies discrepancies. Responsible for communication of changes and maintenance of technical drawings, as-built, clarification logs, etc. Knows and applies general construction tolerances in the application of work including the determination of the most stringent tolerance and its use.
Work Environment: Work is a combination of office and field environments involving various types of conditions encountered on the construction site. Work involves exposure to outside weather conditions.
Ensures a Safe Work Environment
Participates in Training and Certifications
Specific qualifications for the Instrument Man Level II include:
High School diploma and 4 years experience
Must have 2 years’ experience as an Instrument Man I
Must be able to demonstrate the ability to establish project control through the use of benchmarks and control lines
Ability to interpret an extensive variety of technical instructions in mathematical or diagram from and deal with several abstract and concrete variables.
Ability to work harmoniously, respectfully and effectively with subordinates, peers, supervisors and clients
Requires ability to maneuver in and out of the job site trailers and various stages of job site terrains.
Must have the ability to exert physical effort, handling average weight objects up to 20 pounds.
We offer an excellent salary and benefits package as well as the chance to join a dynamic and growing organization.
EOE Minorities/Females/Protected Veterans/Disabled
Requisition ID: 2840
Baker Concrete Construction is an Equal Opportunity Employer /Minorities/Females/Protected Veterans/Disabled. Applicants with physical and/or mental disabilities who require a reasonable accommodation for any or part of the application process may make their requests known by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 1-800-539-3935 and ask for HR.