- Review job information on new jobs.
- Confirm the job package is complete with site code, discounts, etc.
- Confirm that there is a clear understanding of the scope of work.
- Contact the customer to follow up after initial introduction from Coordinator.
- Review equipment list for compatibility and completeness.
- Review the location of critical equipment (control panels, annunciators, etc.)
- Obtain a copy of the Specs and read it thoroughly.
- Review Drawings and Jobsite. (Fire Marshal Approved Against Wilson Fire Equipment’s)
- Confirm location of critical equipment (inquire w/client if necessary).
- Confirm any variations in design from quote or estimate in the Turnover Meeting if there are any cost implications. Turnover Meeting involves Sales, Engineer and Project Manager.
- Confirm all necessary specification and code compliance requirements (hardhat, steel toe, etc.), parking restrictions, working hours, prevailing wage, billing requirements, etc.
- Confirm job schedule with client, if you have not received it from Project Coordinator. Critical dates in must be in writing.
- Approve Budget in a timely manner, typically a 24HR Turnover.
- Determine and maintain project scheduling.
- Maintain weekly contact with your customer.
- Layout preliminary schedule of installation showing rough-in, wire pull, device installation, start-up, and final test.
- Attend jobsite meetings when applicable.
- Get critical contact names and phone numbers such as electrical foreman, general contractor, etc.
- Visit jobsite at least once a week prior to WFE manning the job to keep up to date on job progress.
- Ensure that permit is obtained where required.
- Requisition project materials for the job.
- Plan Ahead
- Estimate and order materials for installation.
- Request purchases of projects as to “Just in Time” in order to improve cash flow.
- Coordinate with warehouse manager to stage equipment for job.
- Coordinate any changes in design or delivery with client prior to any changes. Also, notify any addicted WFE employee of the changes.
- Schedule Manpower
- Daily scheduling of work force
- in-house with other Project Managers and Project Coordinator
- Scheduling subcontractor work.
- Oversee quality standards of subcontractors.
- Approving Subcontract Cost
- Forecast installation requirements-adjust work force as needed.
- Fill out and approve time sheets every Monday
- Work overtime as approved (by Installation Manager) and necessary to meet job deadlines.
- Supervise and/or install system in a cost effective but quality manner.
- Maintain accurate job file including all correspondence, change orders, and up to date as-built drawings.
- Perform programming of system as needed, verifying that system will meet all code and specification requirements.
- Perform preliminary test and final test with AHJ and/or customer.
- Certify system as required by the State of Texas and local AHJ.
- Schedule and Perform customer training of the system as necessary. (With service tech)
- Turn in all as-built drawings, signed FMLs to Installation Admin Staff, programming disc., signoff sheets to Installation Manger at jobs end and update Navision/PM Sheet accordingly.
- Track all in-progress jobs in PM Sheets
- Submittal Package to Customer
- Track labor and equipment costs for job.
- Track equipment order deliveries and notify PM.
- Coordinate returned equipment for credit from manufacturer.
- Submit billing information to accounting.
- Log bad equipment and list what’s wrong with it per job. Have warehouse manager sign it.
- Review job file at the end of the job for unpaid invoices.
- Close out; final payment and retainage, warranty letters, etc.
- Keep jobsite tools and equipment secure.
- Maintain an accurate tool list for each individual Field Employee.
- WFE Company Trucks (Project Managers and Technicians)
- Maintain a clean vehicle at ALL times.
- Have all maintenance performed when needed such as tire rotation, oil changes, repairs, etc.
- Current with Monthly Truck Audits – log any damages right away.
- Maintain good relationships with various contractors and customers.
- Bring job in at under budget.
- Look for ways to improve WFE’s efficacy and profit margin.
- Working knowledge of general industrial controls.
- Knowledgeable of industry manufacturers, distributors, and products.
- Be proficient in the use of computer programs: Windows, Microsoft Excel, Word.
- Excellent Organization skills
- Proficient in the understanding of NFPA 72, 12, 12A, 2001, the various building codes, and other applicable industry codes.
- Nicet Level II in “Fire Alarm Systems”
- Nicet Level II in “Special Hazards”
- State of Texas Fire Alarm Technician’s License
- State of Texas Class A Extinguisher License.
Job Type: Full-time
Salary: $50,000.00 – $70,000.00 per year
- Dental insurance
- Health insurance
- Paid time off
- Vision insurance
- Weekly pay
- 2 years
- 8 – hour shift
- Monday to Friday
- Weekends as needed.
Send all inquiries and resumes to HR@wilsonfire.com. We look forward to hearing from you!