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Talented. Service-driven. Energetic. Motivated. Accountable.

These are just a few of the words that we use to describe our team members. Our dedicated staff is our firm’s greatest asset and the reason for our lasting client relationships. Our work is fast-paced, client-centered, and constantly evolving to meet the needs of the industry, meaning that every day our staff are given new projects, goals, and challenges to tackle head on.

Whether you’re looking to make a career change or you’re just starting out, a career with DCBA offers a myriad of benefits and opportunities for growth. Our team-based culture means that while everyone works towards a common goal, no individual is left unnoticed. Each day, we work to build success for our clients, our partners, our company, and each other.

All information received will be handled confidentially. If you have any questions, please email careers@dcbeane.com.

Open Positions

A. Daily Job Duties

  • Monitor and control all phases of the project from inception including design, procurement, construction, permitting, occupancy, quality control, staffing, scheduling and budget.
  • Manage project team in each phase including pre-construction, construction, closeout, and post-construction services.
  • Identify and manage risk for the project and as it relates to the company.
  • Ultimately responsible for managing the project financial processes, controls, and reports, i.e., indicated outcome report (IOR), change orders, cash flow, claims, resolutions, contracts, etc.
  • Manage multiple projects, project managers, and superintendents. Lead and develop them into productive DCBA team members.
  • Attend and play an active role in all project owner, architect, client (OAC) meetings.
  • Maintain a strong working relationship and communication between the owners, architects, engineers, consultants, subcontractors, vendors, superintendents, and project executives.
  • Facilitate approvals of shop drawings, submittals and request for information (RFI).
  • Ensure that materials and equipment are released for fabrication or manufacture in time to meet the construction schedule.
  • Prepare estimates for the changes in the works from subcontractors.
  • Assist in the preparation of final records for the project.
  • Provide document constructability reviews.
  • Author subcontract change orders and change order requests to the client.
  • Assist in the assembling and distribution of marketing materials for new project proposals.
  • Understand DCBA contract and subcontract agreements.
  • Work with Procurement team to ensure deadlines are met, and buys include scope that the Operations team requires.
  • Work with Preconstruction team in the development of the project.
  • Establish and manage the Project Execution Plan.
  • Establish and manage the Quality Assurance/Quality Control Program.
  • Potential to be on several projects at once.
  • Understand and manage insurance requirements of a project.
  • Oversee and ensure compliance with company safety protocols.
  • Work with Accounting to initiate Pay Application process and follow up to ensure payment is received in a timely manner.
  • Report to management on budget, schedule, and scope status.
  • Ensure all project protocols are aligned with DCBA protocols.
  • Manage the target project schedule.
  • Lead DCBA internal project staff meetings.

Visits to various sites around New England are required. Must be able to climb permanent and temporary stairs, climb ladders and negotiate work areas under construction. Must have close vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus. Must be able to occasionally lift and/or move up to 75 pounds; be exposed to moving mechanical parts; mobile and stationary cranes; elevated structures; fumes or airborne particles; outside weather conditions and risk of electrical shock.

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work performed by the employee assigned to this position. It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified. Duties and responsibilities may be added or changed as deemed appropriate by management at any time.

B. Education

  • Four-year college degree in an engineering or construction management major, engineering, or architecture.

C. Minimum Related Prior Experience

  • Minimum of 5-7 years in a construction management role.
  • Experience working on life science or healthcare projects are preferred.
  • Experience in a supervisory role leading teams and subordinate workers.
  • Experience creating project schedules and cost estimates.
  • Demonstrated success managing complex academic, healthcare and/or life sciences projects in the 30m+ range.

D. Preferred Special Skills

  • OSHA certified
  • Microsoft Office (Word, Outlook, Powerpoint, etc…)
  • Procore certification
  • Adobe experience

A. Daily Job Duties

  • Reports to the Project Manager, assists in obtaining, evaluating, coordinating, and distributing the information and authorizations needed to construct the project on time, within budget, and to the quality specified.
  • Obtain information and approvals for processing of shop drawings and submittals.
  • Distribute information required for construction to appropriate parties and assist in preparation of contract items list.
  • Ensure that materials and equipment are released for fabrication or manufacture in time to meet the construction schedule.
  • Prepare estimates for the changes in the works from subcontractors.
  • Assist in the preparation of final records for the project.
  • Maintain EEO compliances.
  • Provide document constructability reviews.
  • Author subcontract change orders and Change Order Requests to the client.
  • Assist in the assembling and distribution of marketing materials for new project proposals.

Visits to various sites around New England are required.  Must be able to climb permanent and temporary stairs, climb ladders and negotiate work areas under construction. Must have close vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus. Must be able to occasionally lift and/or move up to 75 pounds; be exposed to moving mechanical parts; mobile and stationary cranes; elevated structures; fumes or airborne particles; outside weather conditions and risk of electrical shock.

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work performed by the employee assigned to this position.  It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified.  Duties and responsibilities may be added or changed as deemed appropriate by management at any time.

B. Education

  • Four-year college degree in a engineering or construction management major. engineering, architecture, and construction co-ops highly preferred.

C. Minimum Related Prior Experience

  • Prior internships and co-ops within the field are highly suggested but not required.

D. Preferred Special Skills

A. Daily Job Duties

  • Direct all construction activities on the DCBA project site so the project is completed efficiently and effectively.
  • Meet the requirements of all contract documents, inspection requirements, project schedules, best management practices and specified quality standards, while maintaining jobsite safety standards.
  • Coordinate work of all subcontractors.
  • Maintain a strong working relationship and open communication with the owners, engineers, architects, and in-house project managers and project executive.
  • Communicate daily to the DCBA Project Manager about progress, issues, events, and performance of the jobsite.
  • Develop and execute any project start-up meetings in conjunction with the Project Manager and Project Executive.
  • Assist in developing a Project Schedule, then maintain and update progress schedule as necessary ensuring that client and contract specifications are met.
  • Ensure that all subcontractors participate in a safety pre-construction meeting prior to starting work on the project.
  • Review the project daily to ensure that all activities are being performed in accordance with all OSHA and governing requirements and the project site specific safety plan.
  • Take the lead on project quality management. Ensure that all pertinent benchmarks for the project are established and inserted into the baseline schedule. Ensure that the inspections are approved, documented and communicated to the project team.
  • Manage site pre-construction including pre-construction survey, job site utilization and staging plans.
  • Organize documentation of the job site for easy access and review.
  • Manage subcontractor performance to quality and ethical standards.
  • Attend, coordinate, and manage all OAC meetings, subcontractor meetings, superintendents’ meetings, foreman meetings, safety meetings, and close-out meetings.
  • Manage subcontractor closeout, transfer of utilities, owner training, work list and punch list.
  • Lead the worksite by example and exemplify the DCBA culture in the process of all jobsite activities and meetings.
  • Be able to manage and lead a DCBA team and subcontractors for the timely completion of projects.

Visits to various sites around New England are required. Must be able to climb permanent and temporary stairs, climb ladders and negotiate work areas under construction. Must have close vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus. Must be able to occasionally lift and/or move up to 75 pounds; be exposed to moving mechanical parts; mobile and stationary cranes; elevated structures; fumes or airborne particles; outside weather conditions and risk of electrical shock.

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work performed by the employee assigned to this position. It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified. Duties and responsibilities may be added or changed as deemed appropriate by management at any time.

B. Education

  • Four-year college degree with at least four years of formal engineering OR architectural training or at least three years of building construction experience required. In addition, OSHA 30 Certification as well as a Superintendent’s License.

C. Minimum Related Prior Experience

  • Ten years of building construction experience, three years of superintendent or assistant superintendent experience. Experience managing a field team on large and small scale construction sites.

D. Preferred Special Skills

  • Excellent understanding of accounting and cost control procedures.
  • Ability to communicate well both verbally and in writing.
  • Demonstrate management know-how, leadership, and interpersonal skills.

Knowledge of:

  • All general contract, subcontract documents, drawings and specifications.
  • Microsoft Office
  • Procore Construction Manager and Microsoft Project scheduling

DC Beane and Associates Construction Company (DCBA), a Boston-based construction management and general contracting firm, seeks Safety Superintendents to join our growing team.

DCBA possesses large project experience while offering the dexterity and service capabilities of a smaller firm. Our clients come from a wide range of industries, including international pharmaceutical, insurance, and healthcare companies; commercial real estate firms; cultural institutions; universities; and national nonprofits. Our team has undertaken fit-outs, upgrades, and renovations in occupied laboratories, museums, offices, hospitals, commercial buildings, sophisticated research centers, and large cGMP pharmaceutical manufacturing plants.

Safety Superintendents oversee DCBA’s Safety Program on jobsites and in the office. They must communicate clearly and frequently with subcontractors, clients, superintendents, and project managers. Their responsibilities, include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Identify and raise awareness of potential jobsite hazards
  • Conduct regular on-site safety audits and make sure all issues are brought to the Project Team’s attention
  • Communicate safety requirements to DCBA subcontractors
  • Provide training (e.g., CPR, crane safety, etc.) to DCBA employees
  • Manage project-related documents
  • Coordinate site inspections
  • Respond to and resolve unforeseen challenges
  • Provide project planning support to Superintendents and Project Managers
  • Create site and client-specific safety training for Project Teams
  • Stay informed about applicable changing safety legislation, laws, and standards, and disseminate new information to the company
  • Ensure that all incidents are investigated, documented, and resolved
  • Attend monthly Safety Committee meetings

The Safety Superintendent is a full-time position. Benefits include health, dental, and short-term and long-term disability insurance; 401K program; and paid vacation, sick days, and holidays. DCBA is housed in a beautiful historic building on the Charlestown waterfront. Employees enjoy summer cookouts on our large deck and exceptional views of the Boston skyline. We foster a congenial work environment, professional growth, and long-term career development.

Requirements

  • Degree in Safety and Occupational Health or a related field
  • OSHA 10 Certificate (OSHA 30 preferred)
  • First Aid, CPR, AED Certified
  • Pedagogical experience training construction professionals
  • Must be able to climb permanent and temporary stair and ladders
  • Must be able to move freely through work areas under construction
  • Must have close vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus
  • Must be able to occasionally lift and/or move up to 75 pounds
  • Travel to jobsites around New England
  • Current driver’s license with a clean driving record

Additional Qualifications

  • 2-5 years in a Construction Safety Role Preferred
  • OSHA 510 Occupational Safety & Health Standards for Construction Certification

DCBA is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Job titles and our generous compensation packages reflect employees’ experience.

A. Daily Job Duties

  • Assist in obtaining, evaluating, coordinating and distributing the information and authorizations needed to construct the project on time, within budget, and to the quality specified.
  • Assist in preparation of a contract items list.
  • Assist in the preparation of final records for the project.
  • Author subcontract change orders and change order requests to client.
  • Distribute information required for construction to appropriate parties.
  • Ensure that materials and equipment are released in time to meet the construction schedule.
  • Maintain EEO compliances.
  • Obtain information and approvals for processing of shop drawings and submittals.
  • Prepare estimates for the changes in the works from subcontractors.
  • Provide document constructability reviews.
  • Report to the Project Engineer.

Visits to various sites around New England are required.  Must be able to climb permanent and temporary stairs, climb ladders and negotiate work areas under construction. Must have close vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus. Must be able to occasionally lift and/or move up to 75 pounds; be exposed to moving mechanical parts; mobile and stationary cranes; elevated structures; fumes or airborne particles; outside weather conditions and risk of electrical shock.

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work performed by the employee assigned to this position.  It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified.  Duties and responsibilities may be added or changed as deemed appropriate by management at any time.

B. Education

  • Four-year college degree with at least four years of formal engineering OR architectural training or at least three years of building construction experience required.

C. Minimum Related Prior Experience

  • Four years formal engineering or architecture training or three years of building construction experience.

D. Preferred Special Skills

  • A basic understanding of accounting and cost control procedures.
  • Ability to communicate well both verbally and in writing.
  • Demonstrate management know-how, leadership, and interpersonal skills.

Knowledge of:

  • All general contract, subcontract documents, drawings and specifications.
  • Microsoft Office
  • Procore Construction Manager and Microsoft Project scheduling.

A. Daily Job Duties

  • Assist in developing the initial project execution and logistics plans and the project schedule.
  • Assist with the procurement of major materials and subcontracts on successful pursuits.
  • Develop full-scope cost estimates based on proposal documents for a variety of projects.
  • Identify, solicit, and analyze subcontractor and vendor proposals.
  • Interpret and analyze project drawings and specifications, proposals and other documents.
  • Manage cost comparison process.
  • Perform research for means and methods, materials, equipment, costs, and construction techniques and services to increase competitiveness.
  • Properly complete project transition, including turning over bid documents and sub buyout information to procurement, reviewing documents with the project management team, and participating in project kick-off meetings.
  • Record cost metric information and maintain estimating databases
  • Responsible for accurate, detailed take-off of quantities from project drawings and specifications.
  • Seek and qualify new subcontractors, build long-term relationships with subcontractors for successful partnerships.
  • Work with the project management and procurement teams to follow-up on bids and budgets to close the deal.

Visits to various sites around New England may be required.  Must be able to climb permanent and temporary stairs, climb ladders and negotiate work areas under construction. Must have close vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus. Must be able to occasionally lift and/or move up to 75 pounds; be exposed to moving mechanical parts; mobile and stationary cranes; elevated structures; fumes or airborne particles; outside weather conditions and risk of electrical shock.

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work performed by the employee assigned to this position.  It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified.  Duties and responsibilities may be added or changed as deemed appropriate by management at any time.

B. Education

  • Four-year college degree with at least four years of formal engineering, architectural, construction management, business, finance training or at least three years of building construction experience required.

C. Minimum Related Prior Experience

  • 3-5 years

D. Preferred Special Skills

  • Ability to maintain discretion and confidentiality at all times.
  • Demonstrate management know-how, leadership, and interpersonal skills.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.

Knowledge of:

  • Procore Construction Manager software and Microsoft Project scheduling desirable.
  • Microsoft Office products [Word, Excel, PowerPoint], AutoCAD, BlueBeam, On Screen Takeoff or similar.
  • Basic accounting, cost control procedures, and cost-based risk analysis.
  • Must be able to manage multiple tasks, be able to meet a critical deadline, and have excellent follow up skills both internally and externally.
  • Must be professional and polished in appearance and speech.
  • Self-starter with the ability to work independently and within a team.

A. Daily Job Duties

  • Assist in developing the initial project execution and logistics plans and the project schedule.
  • Assist with the procurement of major materials and subcontracts on successful pursuits.
  • Develop full-scope cost estimates based on proposal documents for a variety of projects.
  • Identify, solicit, and analyze subcontractor and vendor proposals.
  • Interpret and analyze project drawings and specifications, proposals and other documents.
  • Manage cost comparison process.
  • Perform research for means and methods, materials, equipment, costs, and construction techniques and services to increase competitiveness.
  • Properly complete project transition, including turning over bid documents and sub buyout information to procurement, reviewing documents with the project management team, and participating in project kick-off meetings.
  • Record cost metric information and maintain estimating databases
  • Responsible for accurate, detailed take-off of quantities from project drawings and specifications.
  • Seek and qualify new subcontractors, build long-term relationships with subcontractors for successful partnerships.
  • Work with the project management and procurement teams to follow-up on bids and budgets to close the deal.

Visits to various sites around New England may be required. Must be able to climb permanent and temporary stairs, climb ladders and negotiate work areas under construction. Must have close vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus. Must be able to occasionally lift and/or move up to 75 pounds; be exposed to moving mechanical parts; mobile and stationary cranes; elevated structures; fumes or airborne particles; outside weather conditions and risk of electrical shock.

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work performed by the employee assigned to this position. It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified. Duties and responsibilities may be added or changed as deemed appropriate by management at any time.

B. Education

  • Four-year college degree in the area of formal engineering, architectural, construction management, business, finance training, building construction experience preferred but not required.

C. Minimum Related Prior Experience

  • 0-2 years

D. Preferred Special Skills

  • Ability to maintain discretion and confidentiality at all times.
  • Demonstrate management know-how, leadership, and interpersonal skills.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Knowledge of:
    • Procore Construction Manager software and Microsoft Project scheduling desirable.
    • Microsoft Office products [Word, Excel, PowerPoint], AutoCAD, BlueBeam, On Screen Takeoff or similar.
    • Basic accounting, cost control procedures, and cost-based risk analysis.
  • Must be able to manage multiple tasks, be able to meet a critical deadline, and have excellent follow up skills both internally and externally.
  • Must be professional and polished in appearance and speech.
  • Self-starter with the ability to work independently and within a team.

A. Job Requirements:

A Project Accountant at DC Beane and Associates will work in a rewarding, fast-paced, and energetic work environment. The Project Accountant will track and report on project and company-wide financial performance, compile data from many different construction and office team members, and provide regular read-outs to senior management. The ideal candidate will be self-motivated, dedicated, discrete, and creative towards solving problems within a mid-sized company that is growing daily. This role will involve interacting with team members from many different backgrounds, specialties, and functions.Individual specifically will be responsible for audit functions for accounts receivable activities performed by this group for upwards to 30 clients and 50 projects. Also responsible for performing and auditing all accounts payables for all projects. Experience with Intuit and Sage Construction Software is helpful but not necessary. Must be a fast learner and able to communicate with management activities and other accounting staff. Currently utilized two separate accounting firms. This position reports directly to the company’s controller.

B. Education:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting

C. Minimum Related Prior Experience:

  • 1-5 years of related finance experience

D. Required Skills:

  • Absolutely required to maintain confidentiality associated with the operations of the company and company’s financials
  • Team player with strong interpersonal skills.
  • Highly organized and detail oriented.

A. Daily Job Duties

  • Maintain a detailed and accurate inventory of technology hardware and software.
  • Support and maintain the existing hardware technology products including desktops, laptops, tablets, mobile devices, and associated infrastructure.
  • Support and maintain the existing software platforms such as Microsoft Windows, IOS, Office 365, Bluebeam software, and others.
  • Support team members working both on-site and remote VPN.
  • Deploy endpoint computers as required including the configuration of new systems, installation of software, and handoff to team members.
  • Ensure cyber security tools are scheduled and maintained, such as anti-virus and anti-malware software.
  • Ensure data backups are secured and recoverable.
  • Work with IT partners and vendors to support and maintain the network infrastructure and information security systems.
  • Work with IT partners and vendors to patch and secure systems as necessary.
  • Work with IT partners and vendors to update systems as necessary.

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work performed by the employee assigned to this position.  It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified.

B. Education

  • Associate degree or higher in an IT specific field is preferred, but direct relevant experience may be substituted for education. Ideal candidate should have relevant certifications from Microsoft, Cisco, or CompTIA.

C. Minimum Related Prior Experience

  • 0-5 years of experience in a related position.

D. Preferred Special Skills

  • Working knowledge of relevant operating systems, software, and hardware.
  • Excellent problem-solving and critical thinking skills.
  • Good organization, time management and prioritization.
  • Efficient troubleshooting abilities and keen attention to detail.
  • Effective communication skills, including speaking, writing, and active listening.
  • Great customer service and interpersonal skills.
  • Windows desktop operating systems including installation, use, and management.
  • Windows Server operating system management and administration.
  • Active Directory fundamentals including user management.
  • Understanding of networked computing.
  • Fundamentals of endpoint and network security systems including anti-virus, anti-malware, security groups, and access control lists.

A. Daily Job Duties:

  • Assist project manager throughout the duration of projects, from preconstruction through completion.
  • Contact subcontractors and suppliers for bid solicitation, check Subcontractor applications for payment, evaluate bids, air in pricing alternates, and initiate clue-engineering alternatives.
  • Obtain closeout materials from subcontractors and suppliers and coordinate owner training of equipment, as well as be able to expedite and document owner and architect decisions and approvals.
  • Possess working knowledge of all project related documents, and maintain a complete and accurate set of as-builts as well as be able to maintain and review project related correspondence (i.e field reports and RFI responses).
  • Actively participate and/or lead post-bid, buyout, O/A/C, coordination, lead team, subcontractor, staff, scheduling and post-mortem meetings.
  • Prepare, expedite and monitor logs for tracking shop drawings, contract documents, submittals, request for information, change orders
  • Become familiar with Prolog and database software programs as well as internal cost accounting methods and software.
  • Assist the both Superintendent and Project Manager with determining material handling, storage logistics, monitoring job process and schedule updating.
  • Review shop drawings, samples, catalog data in accordance with plans and specifications, scope, installation procedures, site considerations, and in regards to coordination with other trades. Post contract change orders to current drawings.
  • Coordinate Owner Furnished Equipment and Systems delivery and installation with project staff.

Visits to various sites around New England may be required.  Must be able to climb permanent and temporary stairs, climb ladders and negotiate work areas under construction. Must have close vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus. Must be able to occasionally lift and/or move up to 75 pounds; be exposed to moving mechanical parts; mobile and stationary cranes; elevated structures; fumes or airborne particles; outside weather conditions and risk of electrical shock.

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work performed by the employee assigned to this position.  It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified.  Duties and responsibilities may be added or changed as deemed appropriate by management at any time.

B. Education

  • Currently enrolled in a Civil or Mechanical Engineering Program preferred

C. Minimum Related Prior Experience

  • N/A

D. Preferred Special Skills

Knowledge of:

  • Construction of Commercial Construction, Office Buildings, Tenant Fit Outs, Research Labs, University Dormitory Buildings, University Academic Buildings, Residential Buildings, Hospitals
  • Quality control procedures such as the punch list process
  • Construction cost control and basic accounting procedures
  • Basic PC-based programs [Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Project]
  • Line-and-grade and survey methods and equipment such as Level and Total Station
  • OSHA certification 10 and 30 Hour
  • LEED
  • Classroom experience with general and subcontract documents, drawings and specifications, construction means, methods and materials.
  • Ability in interpersonal skills, computer skills, ability to communicate both written and oral.

A. Daily Job Duties

  • Actively participate on internal team (s) that focus on continuous improvement of the business.
  • Assist in supervising the field construction of a project, including its organization, planning, and scheduling, in order to complete the work on time, within budget, and to the specified quality.
  • Be stationed at the project site or otherwise as deemed necessary by the Project Manager.
  • Become familiar with Prolog/database software programs as well as permit processes and occupancy requirements.
  • Coordinate, direct, and monitor the activities of subcontractors, suppliers, and materials as well as oversee the setup of job files.
  • Develop and implement work schedules, site planning, logistics and procedures for the execution of the work, and QA/QC procedures.
  • Establish and enforce a comprehensive project safety & security program as defined in the company safety program and in accordance with all applicable safety codes and regulations.

Visits to various sites around New England are required.  Must be able to climb permanent and temporary stairs, climb ladders and negotiate work areas under construction. Must have close vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus. Must be able to occasionally lift and/or move up to 75 pounds; be exposed to moving mechanical parts; mobile and stationary cranes; elevated structures; fumes or airborne particles; outside weather conditions and risk of electrical shock.

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work performed by the employee assigned to this position.  It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified.  Duties and responsibilities may be added or changed as deemed appropriate by management at any time.

B. Education

  • Currently enrolled in a Civil or Mechanical Engineering Program preferred.

C. Minimum Related Prior Experience

  • N/A

D. Preferred Special Skills

  • Ability in interpersonal skills, computer skills, ability to communicate both written and oral.
  • Classroom experience with general and subcontract documents, drawings and specifications, construction means, methods and materials.

Knowledge of:

  • Microsoft Office
  • LEED
  • Construction of commercial buildings, office buildings, tenant fit outs, research labs, university dormitory buildings, university academic buildings, residential buildings, and hospitals.
  • Quality control procedures, such as the punch list process.
  • Construction cost control and basic accounting procedures.
  • Line-and-grade and survey methods and equipment such as Level and Total Station.
  • OSHA certification 10 and 30 hour.

SAFETY CO-OP JOB DESCRIPTION

Daily Job Duties

  • Assist DCBA Safety in the enforcement, coaching, and implementation of the DCBA HS&E program in the office and field.
  • Assist in the development, audits, and enforcement of project Site-Specific Safety Management Plans to ensure a safe work environment for all.
  • Coordinate with each client’s safety representatives to understand their requirements and expectations.
  • Ensure that all incidents are reported immediately, investigated, and corrective actions followed up on and completed. This includes documentation, reporting, and follow up information/closeout. Provide first aid if required.
  • Participate and help facilitate monthly Safety Committee meetings. This includes meeting minutes and distribution
  • Provide support to projects by maintaining a visible presence in the field performing site visits to the entire project and coordinating with the site Superintendents and Project Managers. This includes both verbal and written observations for both compliant and deficient actions or activities.
  • Regularly review and be familiar with all applicable legislation and applicable standards to ensure compliance and inform project teams of potential impacts.

Visits to various sites around New England are required.  Must be able to climb permanent and temporary stairs, climb ladders and negotiate work areas under construction. Must have close vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus. Must be able to occasionally lift and/or move up to 75 pounds; be exposed to moving mechanical parts; mobile and stationary cranes; elevated structures; fumes or airborne particles; outside weather conditions and risk of electrical shock.

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work performed by the employee assigned to this position.  It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified.  Duties and responsibilities may be added or changed as deemed appropriate by management at any time.

Education

  • Currently enrolled in any Safety & Occupied Health Applied Sciences, Construction Safety Sciences, or Environmental Health & Safety Programs.

Minimum Related Prior Experience

  • N/A

Preferred Special Skills

  • Ability in interpersonal skills, computer skills, ability to communicate both written and oral.
  • Experience in commercial construction, including office buildings, tenant fit-outs, research labs, university dormitory buildings, university academic buildings, residential buildings, and hospitals is great but not necessary.
  • Knowledge of:
    • Microsoft Office
    • Procore
  • OSHA 10 required; OSHA 30 preferred but not required

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