Land Supervisor - Oklahoma
Job DescriptionPosition SummaryThis role will be responsible for a supervisory role for an electric transmission program. This role is responsible for implementing project plans, managing project teams, and partnering within TRC to create effective execution plans. The Land supervisor must embrace collaboration and provide strong leadership and management skills consistent with TRC core values. This role reports directly to the Project Manager.Essential Duties and ResponsibilitiesCommunicates directly with the Client Representative and the Project Manager to report Land progress outlining problems with possible resolution to pertinent issues impeding project completion.Create and manage project budgets, manage to budgets, reforecast monthly.Responsible for managing and overseeing portfolio of projects.Utilize TRC and client technology to effectively manage projects.Responsible for the overall project Land activities. Identifies negative trends, problem issues and implements resolution to reduce or eliminate adverse impacts on overall performance. Performs regular risk analysis.Reviews Land requirements and develops a written Execution Plan for the implementation of the activities needed to meet those requirements.Assure that all Land personnel are orientated when assigned to the project; this may include planning, schedules, polices, guidelines, procedures, safety, emergency response, and quality assurance.Assigns tasks to each Land personnel and explains the requirements for documentation of those tasks. Provides document, record, and report forms and explains the proper completion, distribution, and timing for submittal of forms.Monitors the Land personnel's performance of activities, completion of documentation, personal conduct, and work ethics. Evaluates these actions and provides guidance, coaching, motivation, or discipline as necessary to reinforce their role on the project. Approves all Land personnel time and expenses.Monitors the overall Land tasks for compliance to project requirements. Identifies changes in work scope, variance in schedule or budgeted costs.Implements and documents the necessary actions to incorporate work changes and if possible, maintain progress schedules and budgeted costs.Provide guidance and supervision to all project land staff ensuring project commitments and goals are met, to include survey, title, acquisition, document and administrative staff, non-environmental permitting, and construction support.Report progress to client in the form of daily, weekly, and monthly status reports.Release assigned personnel as they complete their duties and responsibilities.Complete a Personnel Performance Evaluation form on all Land personnel upon completion of their assignment.Perform complex negotiations and other job responsibilities as assigned.Possess knowledge of electric transmission project and construction methods.RequirementsBachelor's degree in a related field is requiredMust have electric transmission experienceMust have linear project experiencePreference given to local candidatesMust have at least 4 years of project supervisory experienceIRWA memberPreference given to candidates with PMP certificationBLM experience preferredPhysical, Environmental, and Mental RequirementsThe employee must be able to lift and/or move up to 35 pounds. Employee is expected to use good judgment when lifting or moving office supplies and/or furniture and to seek assistance or wear back support appliances when appropriateMust be able to walk long distances, over varying terrains, to support land acquisition needsSpecific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, and the ability to adjust focus in use of computer monitor and other manual, task-related functions.While performing the duties of this job, the employee is required to sit, use hands and fingers, to handle, or feel objects, tools, controls. Reach with hands and arms, hear and talk. The employee is required to stand, walk, stoop, kneel or crouchDepartment/Location Specific Requirements and CommentsAbility to travel as dictated by job requirementsThis job will requirework both indoors as well as activities performed outdoors in varying climates.Most activities require work to be performed at field locations, governmental agencies, corporate entities, and client offices. There are frequent interruptions during the workday for impromptu meetings.TRC offers advancement potential and a competitive compensation and benefits package including a401(k) plan with company match. For more information, please visit www.trcsolutions.comTRC is an equal opportunity employer: disability/veteran. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.