The Irrigation Foreman is responsible for working as a team member under the direct supervision of the Project Manager. Responsible for completing construction irrigation installation jobs in an efficient manner, promoting job worksite safety, providing excellent customer service, and exhibits pride and quality workmanship.
Essential Job Functions:
Ability to lift, push, pull, carry 50 pounds of material or equipment.
Ability to stand, kneel and/or bend for a long period of time.
Ability to withstand exposure to outside weather conditions: humidity, rain, hot and cold temperatures.
Ability to see with or without corrective aids.
Must be able to work a 5-day schedule, may include weekends and holidays.
Must be able to show proof of legal authorization to work in the United States.
Highly motivated, self-driven, and detailed oriented.
Must be professional in appearance and actions.
Maintain good attendance record as well as good punctuality.
Always obey all company policies and every safety rule.
Understands and adheres to safety policies, proper lifting techniques, and heat stress.
Proper use of Personal Protective Equipment.
Must be able to properly, efficiently, and safely work with landscape/irrigation hand tools.
Must be able to read scaled landscape/irrigation construction plans, detail notes and specifications.
Must be able to identify commonly used plants, trees and landscape materials in the area and their watering needs.
Must be able to perform measurements and material calculations on site.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Lead and direct crew member activities and work sequencing.
Manage budgeted man hours per job.
Communicate equipment, labor and material requests to Project Managers.
Communicate and coordinate work with other trades on site.
Complete daily progress reports, time sheets and plant inventory sheets.
Completes accident / incident reports.
Read and translate irrigation plans, specifications, and details per job.
Compose material request form per job.
Safely load and secure pipe and irrigation parts for transport in work trucks.
Identify utility line locations at job sites before digging.
Install double check valve, isolation valve, wye strainer, master valve, per plan by local and state ordinance.
Install, program and trouble shoot irrigation controllers.
Layout and install, mainline, lateral line, irrigation wire and sprinkler heads.
Properly excavate, back fill and compact trenches.
Able to cut and glue PVC pipe and fittings.
Able to layout and install drip hose and fittings.
Select, install and adjust nozzles and spray patterns on different types of sprinkler heads.
Must be able to safely inspect and operate small engine powered landscaping equipment.
Must be able to safely inspect and operate trencher, mini excavator, skid steer, Georgia buggies, backhoe loader, and mini skid steers.
Able to red-line/as-built irrigation plans.
Attend training and safety meetings and apply the subject matter to day to day task.
Follow direction given by Project Manager.
Work as part of a team.
Always represent the company’s best interest, maintain the highest level of integrity and professionalism.
Train crew Leadman in advanced irrigation methods and tasks.
Identify, correct or report work hazards on job sites.
Execute lock out / tag out procedures on small equipment and earth moving equipment.
Perform other duties as assigned
Complete Landsculpture of Texas, L.P. is an Equal Opportunity Drug Free Work Environment.
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