Careers

Project Manager

  1. Interfaces with our Relationship Manager and customers.
  2. Responsible for bidding single family upgrades to existing and perspective customers.
  3. May perform takes-offs and compile the information in Excel workbooks.
  4. Review all drawings and specifications while looking for items that need clarification.
  5. Submit questions regarding the project to the appropriate people.
  6. Look for areas of savings, increase margins and VE options when appropriate.
  7. Have a broad range of product knowledge and be able to speak intelligently about product.
  8. Compile materials for the submittal process on jobs that require them.
  9. Attend internal pre-con meetings with the CR Floors team.
  10. Gather appropriate information and documents required by project contracts.
  11. Attend internal monthly billing review meetings with accounting.
  12. Create material order sheet and work with job coordinator on ordering of materials for projects.
  13. Obtain project specific pricing from vendors for larger projects.
  14. Create cut-sheets for job coordinators detailing out info needed for all work-orders. 
  15. Attend all sub-meetings for projects.
  16. Request field measure for models or as built and 
  17. Provide schedule requests to scheduling department based on projects schedule.
  18. Facilitate materials availability
  19. Work with QA techs to insure craftsmanship meets or exceeds industry standards.
  20. Work with QA techs to insure installation schedule is met.
  21. Identify defective materials and start the claims process with CR Floors claims department.
  22. Create additional billing and modify templates based on as built changes.
  23. Create additional billing for repairs that are over limit for customer service.

Field Tech

Location:The Field Tech role is fully remote/travel required for the I-90 < North region.

Prior to start of Project

Attend and be an integral part of all pre construction meetings for the project

Review products and installation requirements provided by project manager 

Develop relationship with project site super and/or project manager

Field measure unit types and common areas, check against quantities in book and report any changes to sales

Deliver safety program to site

Perform moisture tests if required and send results to project manager

Start of Project

Attend weekly safety meetings

Organize & schedule material deliveries with builder to ensure fork lift or crane access is available for installers

Ensure that correct amount of materials are being sent out with installers – report if there is excess materials to be sent back to warehouse after building completion 

Report any shortage of materials to project manager

Review schedules and oversee installers on site to ensure we stay on schedule

Report manpower shortages to scheduling and/or project manager

Report scheduling conflicts and on site reschedules to scheduling

Check on installer groups by phone during weekend work when required

Post walk installs. Pre punch our work, notify installer to repair

Review contractor punch lists and forward to scheduling - work with installers and scheduling for completion

Notify accounting if installer does not complete punch so we can hold payment until complete.

Extra Work Authorization must be filled out for quantity of materials and hours of labor and signed by the contractor – these are sent to project manager for processing

Inform project manager of installation status monthly for billing purposes

End of Project

Perform final walk thru of project

Keep close to site thru final stages of punch

Assist with delivery of Attic Stock and/or bringing excess material back to warehouse