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Full Time
8/21/2019
Houston
The Deep Foundation Specialist is the primary product champion and liaison between the customer and the company for all Liebherr Foundation Rig products. They will be knowledgeable of Liebherr advantages and benefits compared to major competitors. They will be knowledgeable of the correct applications and use of all Deep Foundation products. They will possess market intelligence regarding our key competitors including specifications, pricing and market trends, and will establish themselves as the resource to our factory for future product development for the US market. They will work in close cooperation with other Liebherr departments such as sales, parts and product support to increase the focus and passion to represent Liebherr in the US market. Success will be evidenced by continual improvement in Liebherr market share in the US in this product line.
This position offers a competitive salary and excellent benefits: Health, dental and vision insurance Company provided life and disability insurance 401k with company match Paid vacation, personal leave and holidays, and much more!
Essential Job Duties: Work closely with Sales to ensure the correct contacts are made with customers, visit jobsites and offer the customer knowledge regarding different applications and solutions to perform required jobs. Act as the liaison between Sales and the customer to bring our Deep Foundation machines to the US market and increase market share. Develop training programs to maximize product knowledge to company sales staff and customers regarding pile walls (to include drilled, vibratory and impact driven), CFA, displacement and mini piling, diaphragm walls, Kelly drilling, dynamic compaction and other forms of ground improvement. * Advise and recommend to sales staff and customers the appropriate foundation methods for particular jobsite conditions and customer needs. Advise customers on the correct use of Liebherr FE equipment and the application of modern foundation methods utilizing this equipment. Advise customers on production rates, job layouts and best practices when utilizing Liebherr FE equipment, especially as it relates to ground conditions. Provide technical support to sales staff to answer any technical questions related to this type of equipment. Maintain competitive pricing data and product information on all major competitors. Identify product improvement suggestions for US market applications and communicate with the factory product development team both needs and recommendations. Operate and inspect machines or heavy equipment in order to diagnose defects. Repair and replace damaged or worn parts Dismantle and reassemble heavy equipment using hoists and hand tools Clean, lubricate and perform other routine maintenance work on equipment and vehicles
Full Time
8/15/2019
Mont Belvieu
Join our team. We're expanding. Únete a nuestro equipo. Estamos en expansión.
Pol-Tex International, a division of Poly-America, L.P., is currently seeking a Mechanical Engineer & a Maintenance Manager.  A successful candidate must be able to adjust to changing priorities and handle multiple tasks simultaneously.
Pol-Tex offers competitive wages plus a comprehensive benefits package including Medical/Dental, paid vacations and holidays, 401(K), and more!
Maintenance Manager Job Responsibilities: Responsible for the maintenance group in charge of reprocessing, compounding and support equipment. Supervise the planning of plant and equipment maintenance and repair.  Ensure that all repairs and projects are done in a safe and timely manner.     Develop technical training and other maintenance practices to help eliminate downtime and improve employee morale. Represent the maintenance department in staff meetings. Identify and solve leading downtime contributors.
Mechanical Engineer Job Responsibilities: Mechanical engineers at Pol-Tex are responsible for engineering of new equipment installations, and the modification of existing equipment used for the recycling of post-industrial scrap polyethylene. The responsibilities include; project management, project engineering, coordinating and overseeing the installation and the commissioning of the equipment. The engineer will be installing, upgrading, modifying, and working on various types of mechanical systems. These systems included extruders, blowers and cooling packages, material transfer equipment and piping, water pumps and piping. In addition to project work the engineer will support maintenance groups on existing equipment. This role will document, recommend and execute maintenance procedures, upgrade proposals based on a combination of industrial data analysis and troubleshooting results. Our engineers work in both solo and team environments with different disciplines depending on the scope and nature of the project.  They regularly draw on their professionalism, communication skills, and technical expertise to instruct local maintenance personnel or contractors on relevant theory and practical applications.  The role may involve additional responsibilities and opportunities as they become necessary and/or are assigned by management.
Department Assistant Department Assistants at Poly-America are responsible for maintaining a portion of our inventory control system and receiving inventory.  They are also responsible for the day-to-day handling of data entry and filing.  The role may involve additional responsibilities and opportunities as they become necessary and/or are assigned by management.
Full Time
8/14/2019
Houston
This position requires skills to inspect, install, repair, adjust, construct, modify, calibrate, program and wire all electrical and electronic apparatus, devices, and circuits of any voltages in the plant or assigned area.
Assist in the design assembly and service of all types electrical, electronic, pneumatic, electro-mechanical, radio controlled equipment and any type of integrating, indicating or graphic electrical, electronic or mechanical instruments and control equipment.
Help ensure that all equipment performs properly, safely and within TSC / OEM specifications. Working conditions are normal for a manufacturing environment. This position must be able to work a shift schedule which will require overtime frequently. Work involves lifting of materials and product up to 30 pounds. Operation requires the use of personal protective equipment (PPE) to include but not limited to; eye safety glasses, work boots, and hardhats Loose fitting clothes and jewelry are not permitted.
Current work hours are 10-10.5 hrs./day M-F 8 hrs./Day Sat 0 hrs./day Sun unless plant issues demand (i.e.: maintenance calls, etc.)

RESPONSIBILITIES: Maintain a good working relationship with Maintenance and Production personnel in order to maximize equipment reliability and up-time. Responsible for the electrical maintenance of machinery and equipment within the facility. Make necessary equipment repairs during the shift to maintain equipment availability for production, including corrective maintenance, adjustments, and emergency repairs as well as be available for call-outs for emergency I off shift repairs. Perform predictive and preventive maintenance, lubrication, overhaul and upgrades of plant electrical, safety and instrumentation equipment. Analytically troubleshoot and resolve electrical malfunctions back to OEM Specifications. Routinely check the performance of electrical equipment. The employee is responsible for maintaining maintenance records. Write Requisitions for parts and materials. Ensure a clean and safe work area. Must follow all PPE policies and safety rules. Attend and participate in Maintenance or Engineering meetings to communicate daily activities and project progress. Work closely with engineering group and outside contracted vendors to meet deadlines and complete capital improvement projects. Participate in production startups, shutdowns, and changeovers as it pertains to equipment reliability and availability. Perform failure analysis, suggest and implement improvements. Learn new skills as needed to maintain the plant. Assemble and install PLC, MCC, and field electrical equipment and cabinets. Install conduit, duct, and fittings. Pull & terminate wire. Other duties as assigned
Full Time
8/13/2019
Lake Charles
The Leadman possesses all the skills required of a Journeyman and is able to supervise a work crew without direct supervision from a higher level. Supervision in this case comprises instruction on how to do the tasks required of the craft, and does not generally constitute pay, scheduling, or disciplinary decision making.
Paint walls, equipment, buildings, bridges, and other structural surfaces, using brushes, rollers, and spray guns. May remove old paint to prepare surface prior to painting. May mix colors or oils to obtain desired color or consistency.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Paints surfaces, using brushes, spray gun, or rollers. Applies paint to simulate wood grain, marble, brick, or stonework. Uses pressure washer or blasting equipment to prepare surfaces. Cuts stencils, and brushes and sprays lettering and decorations on surfaces. Sands surfaces between coats and polishes final coat to specified finish. Bakes finish on painted and enameled articles in baking oven. Washes and treats surfaces with oil, turpentine, mildew remover, or other preparations. Mixes and matches colors of paint, stain, or varnish. Fills cracks, holes, and joints with caulk putty, plaster, or other filler, using caulking gun or putty knife. Reads work order or receives instructions from supervisor Climbs scaffolding or sets up and climbs ladders to work above ground level. Covers surfaces with dropcloths or masking tape and paper to protect surface during painting. Burns off old paint, using blowtorch. Removes fixtures, such as pictures and electric switchcovers, from walls prior to painting. Sprays or brushes hot plastics or pitch onto surfaces. Smoothes surfaces, using sandpaper, scrapers, brushes, steel wool, or sanding machine.
Full Time
8/13/2019
Lake Charles
Directly supervise and coordinate activities of 6-15 construction trades workers and their helpers.
Foremen generally perform close supervisory work, and on small jobs may also perform the general management and administrative duties of a superintendent.
Foremen are expected to engage in the same construction trades work as the workers they supervise as the need arises. In general, the Foreman should have a minimum of 5 years experience in the craft. The Forman will typically report to the General Foreman or Superintendent. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Performs pre-job safety planning (Job Hazard Analysis) for each work order and ensures that Contractor employees adhere to all safety rules. Ensures that work is performed in accordance with Contractor Specifications and/or as directed by the Contractor’s Representative. Supervises and coordinates activities of construction trades workers. Directs the loading, unloading and storage of all materials and equipment at the job site. Assures that all equipment on the job site is in safe and efficient working condition. Performs Quality Assurance (QA) and Quality Control (QC) (including inspection and documentation) of the work throughout all phases of the project. Orders equipment and supplies as needed and maintain An adequate number of tools in the field to perform the job. Keeps up-to-date, accurate time records, daily QC/work reports, and ensuring that man-hours, materials and quantities are properly reported per the Contractor Specifications. Protects the Contractor’s facilities, equipment and machinery. Conducts crew safety meetings on a regularly scheduled basis. Enforces the applicable Contractor’s Safety Procedures, OSHA, state, local and/or Contractor’s safety requirements. Assures that the proper equipment is being used for the specified tasks. Uses inspection equipment such as: wet and dry film thickness gauges, profile gauge, psychrometer, humidity and dew point charts, coating and surface thermometers, levels, tools to measure level of contaminants, etc. Assigns work to employees, using material and worker requirements data. Confers with staff and worker to ensure production and personnel problems are resolved. Suggests and initiates personnel actions, such as promotions, transfers, and hires. Analyzes and resolves worker problems and recommends motivational plans. Examines and inspects work progress, equipment and construction sites to verify safety and ensure that specifications are met. Estimates material and worker requirements to complete job. Reads specifications, such as blueprints and data, to determine construction requirements. Analyzes and plans installation and construction of equipment and structures. Locates, measures, and marks location and placement of structures and equipment. Records information, such as personnel, production, and operational data, on specified forms and reports. Trains workers in construction methods and operation of equipment. Recommends measures to improve production methods and equipment performance to increase efficiency and safety. Assists workers engaged in construction activities, using hand tools and equipment.
Full Time
8/13/2019
Lake Charles
SUMMARY Raise, place, and unite components of industrial scaffolding. Scaffolding may be free standing or attached to existing structures.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Load and unload scaffold components and equipment. Set up hoisting equipment for raising and placing scaffold components. Use ropes and harnesses or ladders to access scaffolding sites. Using drawings, assemble scaffolding from parts. Bolt or screw sections together. Cut, trim, or drill scaffold components for fit using hand and power tools. Verify vertical and horizontal alignment of scaffold components using plumb bob, level, or other instruments. Tear down scaffolding Select gear, such as cables, pulleys, and winches, according to load weight and size, facilities, and work schedule. Assemble and install supporting structures, rigging, hoists, and pulling gear, using hand and power tools. Fabricate and repair rigging, such as slings, tackle, and ladders, using hand and power tools. Attach pulleys and blocks to fixed overhead structures, such as beams, ceilings, and gin pole booms with bolts and clamps. Attach load to rigging, to provide support or prepare for moving, using hand and power tools. Signal or gives verbal directions to workers engaged in hoisting and moving loads, to ensure safety of workers and materials. Control movement of heavy equipment through narrow openings or confined spaces. Manipulate rigging lines, hoists, and pulling gear, to move or support materials, such as heavy equipment, ships Test rigging, to ensure safety and reliability. Modify, clean, and maintain scaffolding systems, units, fittings, and related machines and equipment, following specifications and using hand and power tools. Plan scaffold system layout, installation, or repair according to specifications. Select scaffold component sizes and types and related materials, such as supports, hangers, and hydraulic cylinders, according to specifications.
Driven by a commitment to excellence in project execution, Brock is a leader in providing soft craft services, labor support, and materials for capital projects, maintenance, and facility turnarounds.
The Brock Group is a leading provider of industrial specialty services with headquarters in Houston, TX, and operating units in the United States and Canada. The company supports routine maintenance, turnarounds and capital projects by providing services including scaffolding and work access, insulation, coatings/linings, and asbestos abatement, as well as additional associated services.
Full Time
8/13/2019
Beaumont
SUMMARY Raise, place, and unite components of industrial scaffolding. Scaffolding may be free standing or attached to existing structures.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Load and unload scaffold components and equipment. Set up hoisting equipment for raising and placing scaffold components. Use ropes and harnesses or ladders to access scaffolding sites. Using drawings, assemble scaffolding from parts. Bolt or screw sections together. Cut, trim, or drill scaffold components for fit using hand and power tools. Verify vertical and horizontal alignment of scaffold components using plumb bob, level, or other instruments. Tear down scaffolding Select gear, such as cables, pulleys, and winches, according to load weight and size, facilities, and work schedule. Assemble and install supporting structures, rigging, hoists, and pulling gear, using hand and power tools. Fabricate and repair rigging, such as slings, tackle, and ladders, using hand and power tools. Attach pulleys and blocks to fixed overhead structures, such as beams, ceilings, and gin pole booms with bolts and clamps. Attach load to rigging, to provide support or prepare for moving, using hand and power tools. Signal or gives verbal directions to workers engaged in hoisting and moving loads, to ensure safety of workers and materials. Control movement of heavy equipment through narrow openings or confined spaces. Manipulate rigging lines, hoists, and pulling gear, to move or support materials, such as heavy equipment, ships Test rigging, to ensure safety and reliability. Modify, clean, and maintain scaffolding systems, units, fittings, and related machines and equipment, following specifications and using hand and power tools. Plan scaffold system layout, installation, or repair according to specifications. Select scaffold component sizes and types and related materials, such as supports, hangers, and hydraulic cylinders, according to specifications.
Driven by a commitment to excellence in project execution, Brock is a leader in providing soft craft services, labor support, and materials for capital projects, maintenance, and facility turnarounds.
The Brock Group is a leading provider of industrial specialty services with headquarters in Houston, TX, and operating units in the United States and Canada. The company supports routine maintenance, turnarounds and capital projects by providing services including scaffolding and work access, insulation, coatings/linings, and asbestos abatement, as well as additional associated services.
Full Time
8/5/2019
Luling
SUMMARY Raise, place, and unite components of industrial scaffolding. Scaffolding may be free standing or attached to existing structures.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Load and unload scaffold components and equipment. Set up hoisting equipment for raising and placing scaffold components. Use ropes and harnesses or ladders to access scaffolding sites. Using drawings, assemble scaffolding from parts. Bolt or screw sections together. Cut, trim, or drill scaffold components for fit using hand and power tools. Verify vertical and horizontal alignment of scaffold components using plumb bob, level, or other instruments. Tear down scaffolding Select gear, such as cables, pulleys, and winches, according to load weight and size, facilities, and work schedule. Assemble and install supporting structures, rigging, hoists, and pulling gear, using hand and power tools. Fabricate and repair rigging, such as slings, tackle, and ladders, using hand and power tools. Attach pulleys and blocks to fixed overhead structures, such as beams, ceilings, and gin pole booms with bolts and clamps. Attach load to rigging, to provide support or prepare for moving, using hand and power tools. Signal or gives verbal directions to workers engaged in hoisting and moving loads, to ensure safety of workers and materials. Control movement of heavy equipment through narrow openings or confined spaces. Manipulate rigging lines, hoists, and pulling gear, to move or support materials, such as heavy equipment, ships Test rigging, to ensure safety and reliability. Modify, clean, and maintain scaffolding systems, units, fittings, and related machines and equipment, following specifications and using hand and power tools. Plan scaffold system layout, installation, or repair according to specifications. Select scaffold component sizes and types and related materials, such as supports, hangers, and hydraulic cylinders, according to specifications.
Driven by a commitment to excellence in project execution, Brock is a leader in providing soft craft services, labor support, and materials for capital projects, maintenance, and facility turnarounds.
The Brock Group is a leading provider of industrial specialty services with headquarters in Houston, TX, and operating units in the United States and Canada. The company supports routine maintenance, turnarounds and capital projects by providing services including scaffolding and work access, insulation, coatings/linings, and asbestos abatement, as well as additional associated services.
Full Time
8/5/2019
Corpus Christi
Directly supervise and coordinate activities of 6-15 construction trades workers and their helpers.
Foremen generally perform close supervisory work, and on small jobs may also perform the general management and administrative duties of a superintendent.
Foremen are expected to engage in the same construction trades work as the workers they supervise as the need arises. In general, the Foreman should have a minimum of 5 years experience in the craft. The Forman will typically report to the General Foreman or Superintendent.
A General Foreman is defined as a person possessing a minimum of seven (7) years experience in his related field. The General Foreman shall receive his directives from the Superintendent. His responsibilities shall be the same as the Foreman’s plus shall be capable of managing/coordinating multiple projects; shall be fully responsible for successful completion of all field activities; shall also be responsible to ensure that planning and documentation for safety, production and quality are performed as required for multiple projects. In some cases, typically single-craft sites, a General Forman may act in the role of Superintendent In these cases, the General Foreman will be required to administer typical site reporting and governance using computer and administrative skills. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Performs pre-job safety planning (Job Hazard Analysis) for each work order and ensures that Contractor employees adhere to all safety rules. Ensures that work is performed in accordance with Contractor Specifications and/or as directed by the Contractor’s Representative. Supervises and coordinates activities of construction trades workers. Directs the loading, unloading and storage of all materials and equipment at the job site. Assures that all equipment on the job site is in safe and efficient working condition. Performs Quality Assurance (QA) and Quality Control (QC) (including inspection and documentation) of the work throughout all phases of the project. Orders equipment and supplies as needed and maintain An adequate number of tools in the field to perform the job. Keeps up-to-date, accurate time records, daily QC/work reports, and ensuring that man-hours, materials and quantities are properly reported per the Contractor Specifications. Protects the Contractor’s facilities, equipment and machinery. Conducts crew safety meetings on a regularly scheduled basis. Enforces the applicable Contractor’s Safety Procedures, OSHA, state, local and/or Contractor’s safety requirements. Assures that the proper equipment is being used for the specified tasks. Uses inspection equipment such as: wet and dry film thickness gauges, profile gauge, psychrometer, humidity and dew point charts, coating and surface thermometers, levels, tools to measure level of contaminants, etc. Assigns work to employees, using material and worker requirements data. Confers with staff and worker to ensure production and personnel problems are resolved. Suggests and initiates personnel actions, such as promotions, transfers, and hires. Analyzes and resolves worker problems and recommends motivational plans. Examines and inspects work progress, equipment and construction sites to verify safety and ensure that specifications are met. Estimates material and worker requirements to complete job. Reads specifications, such as blueprints and data, to determine construction requirements. Analyzes and plans installation and construction of equipment and structures. Locates, measures, and marks location and placement of structures and equipment. Records information, such as personnel, production, and operational data, on specified forms and reports. Trains workers in construction methods and operation of equipment. Recommends measures to improve production methods and equipment performance to increase efficiency and safety. Assists workers engaged in construction activities, using hand tools and equipment.
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