Job Descriptions

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Administration (click job to learn more)

 

Operations Manager

An Operations Manager (OM) oversees all field functions to make sure each job is done properly and without issues, including maintaining safety measures before starting any project. The OM looks for ways to increase productivity while lowering job costs. The OM stays in direct contact with other managers within the company to create and maintain open communication so that work is completed safely, efficiently and professionally.

Office Manager

Duties of an Office Manager include: Maintaining company financials, Sales Tax Quarterlies, Accounts Receivables & Payables, weekly payroll, submitting annual 2290 reports, biennial updates, SAMS registration updates, D&B updates, and State Annual Domestic Reports. This person keeps track of all equipment and supplies inventory, maintains all vehicle registrations and completes several annual audits on a timely basis. This individual is also in charge of employee background checks, Drug & Safety Program and hiring new employees. The Office Manager is organized and performs several other daily duties to keep the company running without issues.

Locate Specialist

A Locate Specialist’s (LS) main task is to make sure every job performed has a valid locate ticket. Every job that is performed starts with the LS. This person oversees each project received and makes sure they are flagged, processes each one and calls them into One Call, then gets the paperwork ready for one of our field teams to complete.  LS also maintains spreadsheets and job boards to ensure all jobs are completed and paperwork is accounted for in order to process billing. LS also incorporates miscellaneous duties given to them on a daily basis.

 

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Field Positions (click job to learn more)

 

Foreman
A Foreman oversees each project they are on from start to finish. This individual needs to know how to read prints, recognize locate markings and walk each job before any work is performed and to recognize any safety issues that may need to be addressed. This person is in charge of reading all locate tickets to make sure they encompass the entire work area and that all utilities are accounted for, marked or clear. Foreman also needs to know the One Call laws and to abide by them. They generally take a dual role, whether they are a DDO or DDT. A foreman makes sure each project is done completely and safely. They make sure restoral is done when possible and let's the office know when additional restoration is needed. This person is also in charge of completing paperwork and turning it into the office. Any safety meetings will be performed by this individual. Any issues with a project, the foreman will address them when necessary. A valid Class A Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) is required for this position.
Directional Drill Operator

A Directional Drill Operator (DDO) must have a minimum of 200 hours of experience operating a directional drill with zero “at fault” damage hits. DDO needs have knowledge on how to repair a drill when necessary. This person also needs to know how to read prints, verify locate markings, listen well and follow directions. A valid Class A Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) is required for this position.

Directional Drill Tracker

A Directional Drill Tracker (DDT) must have a minimum of 200 hours of tracking experience with zero “at fault” damage hits. A DDT must know how to read prints, listen well and give directions to a DDO. This individual needs to recognize all locate markings on the jobsite, as well as, any safety issues.

 A valid Class D driver’s license is required for this position.

Equipment Operator

An Equipment Operator (EO) is different from a DDO. This individual must have a minimum of one-year experience operating either a backhoe/skidsteer or Hydrovac without any accidents. Each EO must have knowledge of jobsite, read prints, locate tickets and recognize and safety issues. A minimum of a valid Class D driver’s license for this position.

Restoration Manager

A Restoration Manager (RM) is in charge of all restoration for all projects. This individual is in charge of making sure each job is professionally backfilled and seeded, as well as making sure all flags are removed from job site. They are in charge of any customer complaints that may arise. A RM has to have a minimum of one-year experience to operate and maintain the Hydroseed when necessary, to make sure all restoral paperwork is completed correctly and turned in to office when done. They keep track of restoral material (black dirt, sand, seed, etc.) and inform office when any material is low so it can be ordered. A valid Class D driver’s license is required for this position.

General Laborer

A General Laborer (GL) is the helper on each jobsite. No experience is necessary, but they must be able to lift a minimum of 50 lbs, listen to directions and be able to utilize a shovel and other hand tools when needed. A valid Class D driver’s license is required for this position.

 

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