KS Energy Services Crew Leader in Columbus, Indiana
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Every day, we install the pipes and cables that power our lives--from lighting offices to heating homes. While this paints a pretty picture, our work is just pretty tough. We dig. We cut. We build.
Every time we climb into a protected hole, we're taking a risk. The smallest mistake may cause an accident. This work demands safety, perfection, and efficiency. It's Mission: Impossible. At KS, we live for it. We build energy infrastructure that you depend on. In this industry, everyone is good. WE ARE BETTER!
KS Energy Services is a family centered company, we value hard work, integrity and diversity. Working for KS Energy Services offers the opportunity for a rewarding career in the construction industry.
KS Energy Services, LLC is seeking a Crew Leader with experience in natural gas. This is a front-line supervisory and working position that is responsible for both supervisory tasks as well as physical construction. The ideal leader must possess considerable knowledge of methods, materials, and techniques in order to maintain a safe work environment. They must also be a go-getter with a great attitude and the willingness to achieve set goals. The Crew Leader is responsible for maintaining good communication, working relations with supervisors and subordinates, and resolve problems with appropriate and timely decisions.
Duties and Responsibilities: Duties listed below may vary in terms of importance and other duties may be added or eliminated as this position develops.
Lead and direct crew to safely execute job responsibilities.
Train new employees on fusing practices, safety, how to operate equipment, and how to use tools.
Plan out the job one or two days in advance, and how it will be performed.
Maintain open communication with area manager.
Responsible for obtaining materials.
In an emergency, secure the scene, and notify utility, police, fire department and area manager.
Responsible for communicating with inspectors, homeowners, and crews in a positive and effective way.
Complete proper documentation regarding all at fault and non-at-fault dig in damages, employee injuries, vehicle accidents and property damages.
Be familiar with utility practices and procedures. Know where to access detailed information.
Complete safety paperwork daily and hand in weekly
Ensure employees have current operator qualifications.
Required Qualifications: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed are representative of the knowledge, skill, and /or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Minimum of 2 years utility field experience working with main and service construction.
A keen attention to detail, the ability to adjust to dynamic conditions, and situational awareness to maintain the safety of work environment.
Exceptional communication skills.
Demonstrated leadership capability
Strong work ethic with the ability to lead and motivate others.
Familiar with OSHA (State & Federal) rules and regulations.
Completion of OSHA 10 Hour Training.
Class A CDL.
Experience in a leadership role.
Experience using Microsoft Office Programs.
The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
All of the work will be performed in the field at the job site in all weather conditions.