Associate Director of Construction Services

Civic Works

Job Description
Job DetailsLevelExperiencedJob LocationYouthBuild and Education - Baltimore, MDPosition TypeFull TimeEducation Level4 Year DegreeSalary Range$60,000.00 - $65,000.00 Salary/yearTravel PercentageUp to 25%Job ShiftDayJob CategoryConstructionAssociate Director of ConstructionCivic Works/Youth Build - Director of Construction ServicesJob DescriptionPosition Title: Civic Works/YouthBuild - Director of Construction ServicesSupervisory Responsibilities: Yes Budget Responsibilities: For Construction ProjectsReports To: Deputy Executive DirectorFLSA Classification: ExemptDate: March 2022Job Duties: To plan and execute lessons, student and infrastructure projects, and engage students in the basics of carpentry. Can be responsible for planning, managing, execution and completion of projects that include, but are not limited to, lesson planning, basic carpentry skills development, woodworking, field training, safety training, and other projects. Provides training and guidance for supervisory staff when necessary.Will have an expert working knowledge of overall construction methods and building systems. As well as management experience from pre-construction to permits, budget management, contracts, risk management and construction process.Primary Duties and Responsibilities:Plan and execute projects from planning to completion.Inspect structures and supervise repairs or maintenance.Utilizing math and carpentry skills for planning and teaching.Engage students in fundamentals of carpentry and field training.Support students with trades career exploration.Work with blueprints in order to complete projects.Work with new/prefabricated buildings, and or remodel existing structures.Work with necessary tools and equipment.Adhere to all deadlines for completion of projects.All other roles and duties as needed to manage/support production of Civic Works projects.Required knowledge, skills, and abilitiesSkills/Abilities and Education: Provide an engaging classroom environment for workforce development participants.Should be able to have a good understanding of reading blueprints.B.S. in Architecture or Engineering and/or ten years or more of project management skillsHave 5 years' experience as a carpenter in addition to 4 years apprenticeship.Ability to lift 60lbs and climb 40' ladders and scaffolding.Be able to do other tasks such as demolition, masonry work and painting, although most tasks are carpentry related.Be able to work with and teach a diverse group of co-workers and students, as our mandate is workforce development.Be familiar with and able to use Google Drive, Email, and Calendar.Special Requirements:Certifications such as OSHA 30, HBI, BPI and First Aid/CPR.Good math skills for estimating. Candidate should be self-motivated, prompt and able to work on their own with minimal supervision.