The Production Manager is responsible for the entire production process of the company. He/she coordinates all activities related for the entire process of the construction of jobs. The Production Manager is responsible for seeing that all jobs are completed on time, on budget and with a high level of quality. The Production Manager will represent the company for all production related items. Complete customer satisfaction is the ultimate goal.
- Ensures compliance with all company rules, policies and agreements
- Supervises field staff and subcontractors
- Evaluates quality at each production step
- Document company procedures and train employees and subcontractors
- Support the CEO/COO in day-to-day Management of all projects and Project Management staff
- Support CEO/COO in Daily Activities and Company relations
- Once a job has been sold and turned in by the sales department with the cost breakdown, the production manager will field-check the job, checking all costs to determine whether the job can be performed to a satisfactory conclusion at the specified profit.
- Once a job has been accepted by the company, the production manager sets up the job ready for construction. This will include writing up material lists for every item, negotiating prices with subcontractors and writing up work orders, and completing the Spec/Req folder
- Prior to the start of work, the production manager will meet with the sub-contractor assigned to the project and debug the job, ensuring that all specifications and job conditions have been reviewed
- Prior to the start of work, the production manager and the sub-contractor will meet with the salesperson and customers in a pre-construction conference where all details and potential problems will be ironed out and all decisions made by the customer. On smaller, simpler projects, it may not be necessary for the production manager to attend.
- The production manager is responsible for ensuring that communication between the customer and the sub-contractor is being maintained.
- The production manager will ensure that routine change orders are estimated, written up and signed by the customer and the sub-contractor. When change orders involve more substantial work than is typically handled by the sub-contractor, the production manager will coordinate with the sales department on pricing and selling of change orders.
- The production manager maintains an adequate work force of sub-contractors to meet the needs of the company.
- The production manager is responsible for all company vehicles, tools and equipment, including their maintenance and in good operating condition.
- Prior to the completion of the job, the sub-contractor, at the direction of the production manager, meets with the customer(s) and salesperson to prepare a quality control pre-completion punch list. This will be signed by the customer(s) and, when completed, the final check will be collected. The production manager will implement and supervise incentive programs for lead carpenters to maximize performance.
- The production manager approves all requests for payments to sub-contractors.
- The production manager, together with the sub-contractor, goes over final plans and specifications to ensure that there are no problems in filing and obtaining building permits, and coordinates all necessary inspections during the course of the job.
- The production manager is responsible for recruiting, negotiating and developing a working relationship with a sub-contractor in every trade. This includes developing a unit cost for every standard task.
- The production manager will develop standardized products and systems, and develop a relationship with suppliers and subcontractors in every category. This will be a strategic brand partnership and will include training and technical support, as well as pricing and and delivery.
- Company phone is to be accessible and answered/email viewed nights and weekends for ESSENTIAL business items per President/CEO direction.
Daily public office hours are from 8:00 am to 5:30 pm. A one hour lunch break will be provided. Typical duties, as well as disaster recovery work & company events, this position may require occasional nights, travel away from home, weekends and/or holidays.
Nature of work requires an ability to operate standard business office equipment. Requires ability to communicate and exchange information, collect, compile and prepare work documents, set-up and maintain work files. Occasional lifting, up to 25 lbs.
A Non-Compete and Confidentiality Agreement are required for this position. Side work of any nature is not permitted and will be grounds for immediate dismissal as detailed in the agreements.
Job Type: Full-time
Reports to: Director of Construction
Required experience: Construction Industry: 5 years
**Complete Construction Contractors, L.L.C. is an equal opportunity employer.