Portland'5 Centers for the Arts/Metro - Operating Engineer II

Position Title: Operating Engineer II

Company Name: Portland'5 Centers for the Arts/Metro

Position Location: Portland, Oregon, Portland, OR 97232 United States

Company Website: http://www.oregonmetro.gov/jobs

Position Description: POSITION SUMMARY: 
Entry rate: $34.04; end of probation: $35.66/hour; Intended work schedule, Mon-Fri, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. – actual schedule may vary from this and allows come flexibility.

Represented by International Union of Operating Engineers (IUOE) Local 701. This position requires an Oregon Limited Maintenance Electrician License (LME).

Operating Engineers are essential to providing a welcoming space. Under the supervision of the Facility Manager and Lead Operating Engineer, the Operating Engineer II operates and maintains all heating, cooling, plumbing, electrical and mechanical equipment used in the daily operations of Portland'5 Centers for the Arts (Portland'5) facilities.


Home to arts organizations such as the Oregon Ballet Theatre, the Oregon Symphony and the Portland Opera, Portland'5 is among the largest performing arts centers in the US with approximately 1,000 performances and 900,000 attendees annually and generates an average of $60 million in regional spending and more than 700 jobs each year. The five theatres at Portland'5 have showcased countless events lectures, dance and much more. We are purposeful in presenting our diverse community with meaningful performing arts performances and spaces that are welcoming and accessible to everyone.

At Portland'5 Centers for the Arts, we hire a workforce representative of the communities we serve, understanding that a diverse workforce strengthens our organization. We value diversity and support a positive and welcoming environment where all of our employees can thrive. We are looking for candidates who exemplify the best in customer service, positive team dynamics, superior quality results and a desire to explore and learn.

Position Requirements: • Must possess an Oregon Limited Maintenance Electrician License (LME).
• Minimum two years experience as an Operating Engineer in a large public events facility, or any combination of education and experience which provides the applicant with the knowledge, skills and abilities required to perform the job.
• Possession of, or ability to obtain, a valid driver's license.
• Must be able to work a variety of shifts including evenings, weekends and holidays when required.
• Must be, or be willing to become, CPR and First Aid certified.

Salary Range: $34.04 - $35.66 hourly

Benefits: Full benefits package

How to Apply: Apply online at: https://www.oregonmetro.gov/jobs

Contact Name: Karen Painter

Contact Phone: (503) 797-1570

Additional Info: To apply: visit www.oregonmetro.gov/jobs for the complete job announcement and a link to our online hiring center. 

Application requirements
1) Electronic application 2) Resume 3) Cover Letter 4) Supplemental Questions

Metro is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer

Lease Crutcher Lewis - VDC Coordinator

Position Title: VDC Coordinator

Company Name: Lease Crutcher Lewis

Position Location: 550 SW 12th Ave, Portland, OR 97205 US

Company Website: https://lewisbuilds.com/people/careers

Position Description: As a VDC Coordinator at Lease Crutcher Lewis ("LEWIS"), you will have the opportunity to work on projects of varying complexity and size. In this role, you will be responsible for creating and modifying the designs used for coordinating our commercial construction projects. In conjunction with the BIM Team, you will manage the creation of 3D models with tools such as Revit to coordinate and produce BIM field drawings. This position reports to the Director of Preconstruction Services and/or Project PM.

PRIMARY FUNCTIONS AND ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES

-Establishing and maintaining project coordinates
-Coordination of all BIM logistics (contacts, emails, communication, file sharing, A360 etc.)
-Coordination and facilitation of subcontractor BIM meetings
-Create and maintain federated models for many purposes (PE review models, field inspection models, punch list background models, field instruction models)
-General review and documentation of design documents and coordination conflicts
-Facilitating regular meetings with design team members and distributing responses to subcontractors
-Provide general BIM tech support for project engineers
-Provide marketing support, tours, speaking engagements, etc., Furthering Lewis exposure in the BIM world
-Field QAQC support; resolving field disputes through model verification
-Verifying with field subcontractors that they have most current coordinated information
-Provide modeling for change order verification, ROMs, scope holes in modeling efforts, design team support, etc.
-BIM data enrichment and management

Position Requirements: IN ORDER TO SUCCEED IN THIS ROLE

-4+ years of experience working in Construction, Architecture or Engineering related field using Revit and Navisworks
-2+ years of experience as a VDC Coordinator or similar role in the AEC industry
-Computer knowledge and proficiency, including Revit, Navisworks, Bluebeam (Project and Studio), AutoCAD, SketchUp or Formit360, A360, Point Layout and Microsoft Office
-Excellent written and verbal communication skills
-Excellent attention to detail
-Functions effectively as part of a team
-Excellent time management and organizational skills
-Excellent decision making/problem solving skills
-Ability to follow company standards
-Able to contribute to the Lean process
-Must possess an innovative mindset with the ability and desire to participate in research and development of new technology to further Lewis VDC team efforts

Salary Range: salary commensurate with experience ($65,000-$85,000 general range)

Benefits: Lewis offers very competitive benefits!

-PTO
-HSA
-Health, Dental, Vision
-Parking/Transit Reimbursement
-Paid Holidays 
-Mental Health Counselor Access
-Company Outings and Events

How to Apply: Email resumes to Shelby at shelby.shepard@lewisbuilds.com

Contact Name: Shelby Shepard

Contact Phone: (530) 701-4668

Additional Info: This is an extremely valued position within the Lewis preconstruction process. The VDC Coordinator will play a vital role in the BIM/VDC process and this person will be compensated as such. For any questions regarding the position or Lewis in general, please reach out to Shelby at shelby.shepard@lewisbuilds.com.

Lease Crutcher Lewis - Project Manager

Position Title: Project Manager

Company Name: Lease Crutcher Lewis

Position Location: 550 SW 12th Ave, Portland, OR 97205 US

Company Website: https://lewisbuilds.com/people/careers

Position Description: It is the Project Manager’s (PM) responsibility to run, control and report on one or more construction projects. As PM you will follow the assigned project from the marketing effort through the close-out and warranty period, delivering excellent project management services and, most importantly, maintaining consistent client contact for Lease Crutcher Lewis.

In general, the PM is skilled and able to perform all of the duties and responsibilities, and is also willing to participate in other assigned operation tasks. The PM may, however, perform these duties in varying degrees depending on assignment and superior skill sets. The major focus of responsibility for a PM typically falls between (a) marketing/client relations and (b) concentrated management and training.

MARKETING

  • Be a leader in assigned marketing and business development activities; coordinate all marketing activities with the Marketing Manager to avoid client interface interference

  • Review and respond to assigned RFP’s

  • Maintain contact with past clients – especially during periods without current projects

    PROJECT MANAGEMENT (Preconstruction Phase)

  • Direct responsibility for all aspects of the construction project; coordinate and direct the estimating, purchasing, engineering, accounting, construction and quality assurance activities of the project

  • Examine all construction documents as they are issued, for constructability, completeness of information, design deficiencies and code violations; inform the Project Engineer of the shortcomings for resolution with the design engineer

  • Organize and coordinate scope of work instructions, technical requirements, and bid packages for subcontractor and vendor items

  • Review and approve bids and budgets; have a complete understanding of the project estimate

  • Have complete knowledge of the contract, general conditions and subcontract documents

  • Establish administrative procedures for the project in the area of personnel, contracts and construction

    PROJECT MANAGEMENT (Construction Phase)

  • Organize and train the field and office staff to properly perform their duties, which includes producing and publishing a project organization chart indicating staff relationships and lines of responsibilities; hold weekly staff meetings for the jobsite office

  • Communicate instructions and maintain efficient project management systems, subcontractor controls, scheduling techniques, material handling and technical know-how programs on assigned projects

  • Initiate and supervise the production and maintenance of all construction schedules

  • Organize and ensure expediting of submittals and field questions, as well as receipt of subcontractor required insurance certificates, bonds, site specific safety plans and MSDS information

  • Ensure that the owner/architect/contractor meeting minutes are recorded and distributed within three days following the meeting

  • Review and approve all subcontractor and supply agreement drafts

  • Review and approve all owner change orders

  • Approve all subcontractor, supplier and material invoices for payment, ensuring that applications for payment are promptly submitted, payments are received and funds are property disbursed

  • Organize and oversee job cost and labor detail reporting on a regular basis; involve the Project Superintendent and field foremen in the collection and analysis of man-hour, material and equipment cost forecasting

  • Organize and coordinate the bi-monthly reports and presentations

  • Promote the return to work program; monitor the condition and recovery progress of all workers injured on the project

  • Be knowledgeable, adhere to and promote all company policies in regard to personnel, housekeeping, quality management, safety administration, labor relations, reporting, public relations, EEO, insurance, bonds and taxes

  • Administer performance appraisals with assigned direct reports; ensure the development of all personnel assigned to the project by monitoring performance, reviewing evaluations and varying assignments; provide career path counseling and promote a positive project morale
    Keep the Senior Project Manager informed on all significant matters of the project including progress, safety, financial status and relationships

  • Establish and maintain professional and effective relations with the owner and architect/engineers

  • Alert and advise senior management of potential business development activities and/or future opportunities

  • Produce a final project debrief report at the completion of each project

  • Oversee all follow-up services on the project after completion, including punchlist items, warranty calls and other service requests from the client

Position Requirements: 

  • 3+ years of general contracting management experience, preferably on negotiating GMP commercial building projects

  • Bachelor’s degree in Construction Management, Engineering or a related field

  • Experience in preconstruction planning, estimating, subcontractor bidding and scheduling

  • Strong knowledge and experience in Timberline, Primavera or MS Project, and/or Bluebeam is required

  • Experience in leading teams with excellent communication skills

Salary Range: $100,000 - $130,000

Benefits: 

  • HSA

  • Medical, Dental, Vision

  • Parental Leave

  • PTO

  • Paid Vacation Days

  • Parking/transit reimbursement 

  • Cell phone reimbursement

How to Apply: Email resumes to Shelby at shelby.shepard@lewisbuilds.com

Contact Name: Shelby Shepard

Contact Phone: (530) 701-4668

Additional Info: Shelby Shepard can be reached by phone OR email: (530) 701-4668 // shelby.shepard@lewisbuilds.com

In order to be truly successful in this role, the Project Manager should have at least 5-7 years of recent experience as a Project Manager in the construction industry working on jobs in the $30-$40M range.

Portland State University - Construction Trades Worker 2

Position Title: Construction Trades Worker 2

Company Name: Portland State University

Position Location: 617 SW Montgomery St, Portland, OR 97201 USA

Company Website: http://jobs.hrc.pdx.edu/postings/30131

Position Description: Would you like to apply and expand your trades maintenance skills without the hassle of loading all your tools into your truck, traveling to multiple job sites, and worrying about the slow season? Here at Portland State University, we offer year-round, primarily indoor employment, AND there’s no more traveling from one job in Portland today, to another job in Gladstone next week, then Salem after that. We pay for all of your tools, boots, clothing, and other PPE, as well continuing education, skills development, and training. We’re looking for a motivated trades maintenance worker willing to share their expertise while also learning from our staff of seasoned construction professionals.

If you’re tired of traveling and want to work full time with generous benefits (including staff and family tuition discounts at Oregon public universities), year round work, and the opportunity to take on a new challenge, PSU is waiting for your application!

This trades maintenance worker will join our In-House Construction and Alterations Team, part of the Capital Projects and Construction (CPC) department. CPC executes all renovation and construction projects on campus, ranging in size from painting a room, renovating offices, classrooms, and labs, to major building renovations and new building construction.

Position Requirements: Three years of general building maintenance experience in one or more of the following trade areas: carpentry, electrical, mechanical, painting, plumbing, and welding.

NOTE: Some positions may require licensure or certification in a specific trade area.

High School Diploma or GED.

Journey level skill in maintenance and construction practices.

Valid driver’s license.

Ability to use power hand tools and stationary shop equipment in a safe and efficient manner.

3 years construction experience with interior finishes.

Salary Range: The starting hourly rate for this position will be between $15.04 and $17.02 per hour (plus a 10% recruitment and retention bonus). The starting salary may be negotiable above this range, however it will be dependent upon the knowledge, experience, skills and abilities of the chosen candidate, the budget of the hiring department, and approval from HR.

Benefits: PSU’s excellent benefits package includes 95% premium paid healthcare; a generous retirement and vacation package; and reduced tuition rates for employee, spouse or dependent at any of the Oregon Public Universities.

How to Apply: Submit application by visiting https://jobs.hrc.pdx.edu/postings/3013 Please list the names, telephone numbers, and email addresses for three professional references.

Contact Name: Angie Telford

Contact Phone: (503) 725-3134

Andersen Construction - Marketing Coordinator

Position Title: Marketing Coordinator

Company Name: Andersen Construction

Position Location: 6712 N. Cutter Circle, Portland, OR 97217 USA

Company Website: http://andersen-const.com

Position Description: Andersen Construction is looking for a talented and creative marketing coordinator that will be based in our Portland office. We are a highly skilled, positive, and supportive team, and we are looking for someone who is energetic, fun, has a very strong work ethic, who loves what they do in the world of marketing. Being a dynamic, creative professional who is passionate about producing excellent work and thrives in a collaborative deadline-driven environment will serve you well with our seventy-year-old, award-winning construction firm. We have a proud history of building the Portland skyline and we are looking for someone with directly related experience and knowledge to help us grow.

As a Marketing Coordinator, you will: 

  • Organize, coordinate preparation of, and compile entire proposals and interview presentation materials, including managing external and internal deadlines – this is a main function of the position

  • Design and create a variety of marketing collateral and other promotional materials

  • Support public relations and branding efforts including press releases, website maintenance, social media, and blog posts 

  • Use and update our marketing database including project information, resume information, and photos 

  • Assist with marketing needs for special events (fundraising, trade-show exhibits, open houses, etc.) 

  • Collaborate with the entire marketing team to improve materials and processes 

  • Prepare, coordinate & submit awards nomination entries 

  • Work with a wide variety of individuals, from the marketing team to project teams, management and corporate leadership

Position Requirements: To be considered, applicants must have the following: 

  • A Bachelor’s degree in Marketing, Communications, Journalism, English, or related field

  • Direct experience with the proposal process, compiling complex responses to RFPs & RFQs from start to finish 

  • Mastery of InDesign, working knowledge of Illustrator, Photoshop & other Adobe Creative Cloud programs 

  • Advanced working knowledge of PowerPoint, Word, Excel and MS Office 365 applications

  • 4+ years of experience in the Construction, Architecture, or Engineering industries 

  • Great organization, attention to detail & accuracy

  • Strong foundation in graphic design - especially with document layout, typography, and infographics

  • Experience with and skill at managing multiple competing deadlines and ability to multi-task 

  • Friendly, open communication skills with a team player attitude, and a sense of humor

  • Steadfast demeanor with the ability to be calm, effective & accurate under pressure 

  • Enthusiasm for constant improvement, striving to be not just good, but great

    We are especially eager to meet with someone who also has: 

  • Digital SLR photography knowledge & experience 

  • Technical writing & editing capabilities 

  • Corporate social media experience 

  • Corporate brand management experience 

  • Event branding & execution experience 

  • Experience with database/CRM/collaboration software such as Dynamics, Egnyte and Sharepoint

Salary Range: Salary commensurate with experience

Benefits: In addition to best-in-class compensation and benefits, we offer: 

  • A fun, relaxed, positive, supportive team environment 

  • Variety in projects and work tasks 

  • Genuine care for work/life balance 

  • Continuing training & education opportunities 

  • Onsite gym facilities, healthy snacks, and employee/family company parties 

  • Volunteer opportunities through the Andersen Foundation 

    Compensation: 

  • Medical, dental, death and disability insurance provided the first of the month following date of hire 

  • Cafeteria/Flex Plan 

  • Vacation and Sick Leave 

  • Profit Sharing after 1,000 work hours 

  • Bonus Program

    Andersen’s Core Values:

  • Establish long term relationships

  • The Client is #1

  • We take responsibility 

  • We seek continuous improvement 

  • You can bank on our word 

  • We do everything as a team 

  • We always produce work that makes us proud 

  • We do it safely, or we don’t do it

  • Everyone is treated as an individual with dignity and respect

How to Apply: To apply for this position, please email a resume, cover letter and samples of your work which demonstrate your experience, writing, and graphic design skill set to mderting@andersen-const.com. Please put your name and Marketing Coordinator in the subject line.

Contact Name: Michelle Derting

Contact Phone: (503) 283-6712

Additional Info: Substance Abuse Screening: 
Andersen conducts pre-employment drug screenings on all new employees in keeping with our commitment to a drug free workplace. Our offer of employment is contingent upon your successful completion of this drug screening.

WALSH Construction Co. - Project Manager

As employees of WALSH Construction Co., we are builders. We are made up of a diverse group of individuals who are committed to building in the communities in which we live and work.

We are seeking a highly skilled and motivated Project Manager for our Portland, Oregon office. Our ideal candidate will have a proven record of accomplishment in all phases of project management including estimating, documentation, owner/architect relations, cost monitoring, problem solving, and project wrap up.

You will be responsible for:

  • Client & Architect Management - Managing client and architect relations.

  • Project Preconstruction - Leading preconstruction services ensuring accurate project estimates and bids are provided.

  • Contract Management & Administration, Risk Administration - Managing the risk of each project by ensuring compliance with the prime contract, subcontracts and supply agreements. Verifying owner's ability to pay and monitors subcontractors' financial capacity.

  • Financial Management - Managing all financial aspects of the project including establishing and monitoring the budget and ensuring positive cash flow on the project.

  • Project Performance - Overall project performance including: budget, quality, schedule, safety, team management, closeout & warranty.

  • People Development/Team Relations - Serving as the team leader for projects, effectively utilizing various skills sets and providing coaching and feedback to team members.

You are qualified if:

  • You have a four-year degree in construction management, engineering, building sciences or equivalent experience.

  • You have a minimum of 10 years of experience in the construction industry (required) and previous experience as a superintendent (preferred).

  • You have 5+ years of project management experience on multi-family housing and commercial construction projects, a background in the construction trades, and a solid technical knowledge of wood frame and concrete structures.

  • You possess a thorough working knowledge of wood frame and commercial construction as related to all disciplines and phases of construction.

  • You have the ability to manage a wide range of small and large construction projects.

  • You have a proven record of accomplishment in all phases of construction project management, including estimating, documentation, owner/architect relations, cost monitoring, problem solving and project wrap-up.

  • You are efficient, organized, capable of effective multi-tasking and a positive-minded team player.

  • You possess business management acumen and strong leadership, organizational and time management skills, as well as strong communication and client service skills.

  • Working knowledge of computer programs including: Excel, Word, Outlook, MS Project, & project management systems such as Viewpoint.

Walsh Construction Co. values our diverse communities and is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. WALSH recruits, hires, trains, compensates and promotes without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identification, age, national origin, sexual orientation, marital status, veterans' status, mental or physical disability, genetic information or any other legally protected status unrelated to a particular job's requirements or an individual's performance and qualifications.

Superintendent- Special Projects

SUPERINTENDENT – SPECIAL PROJECTS – PORTLAND

Superintendent- Special Projects

 Reports to: General Field Superintendent

FLSA Status: Exempt

 

Our clients mission is to deliver an exceptional customer experience and we believe every team member is an integral part of that process.  A great superintendent is an effective communicator, self-motivated, hard-working and likes to think ahead and anticipate project needs.  Our client views the superintendent’s role as one of the most critical, as you are on the front line ensuring the work put in place is performed safely and is top quality.

 

A Superintendent on our special projects department should have experience in tenant improvement and remodel projects in retail, office, senior living and light industrial. The typical project range would be from 100k up to 5 million.

 

Your primary role is to schedule, coordinate and supervise craft employee activities.  This includes all subcontractors (electrical, plumbing, drywall, etc.).

 Essential Duties Include:

 Safety:

  •  Responsible for maintaining a safe, clean, and productive jobsite

Communication:

  •  Act as a liaison between the owner, architect, subcontractors and project team members

  • Coordinate information and documentation from owners, architects and subcontractors

  • Build relationships with clients, architects and subcontractors

  • Communicate tasks clearly and respectfully to R&H employees and subcontractors

Management:

  •  Plan and supervise all craft activities including determining methods of construction, manpower levels, temporary power sources and document actual hours worked.

  • Create and maintain the project’s master schedule using MS Project

  • Work with project team to assess and resolve constructability issues

  • Coordinate and schedule workflow and material deliveries

  • Review project plans/documentation with quality in mind

  • Oversees the quality control plan for the project

  • Arrange all job site inspections, commissioning, etc.

  • Supervise employees, including completing evaluations, addressing performance issues, etc.

Qualifications:

  •  Great communication skills – written and oral

  • Able to read and interpret blueprints

  • Attention to detail, analytical approach to problems

  • Personable and professional

  • Takes personal responsibility for issues that arise

  • Current knowledge of safety regulations and codes.

  • Mental ability to conduct on-going interpersonal interactions, analyze and solve problems essential.

  • Ability to read, write, speak and understand English.

  • Mental ability to know which tools are needed for which tasks.

  • Ability to participate in a team and work creatively.

  • Ability to use independent judgment and independent action.

Education/Experience:

  •  College degree preferred in construction/architecture/engineering or equivalent experience

  • Construction field experience in the following sectors: office space, retail, multifamily, Senior living and light industrial.

  • Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, Outlook, and Project), Bluebeam Revu & Viewpoint

  • OSHA 10/30-Hour Training

Physical Activities:

  •  Key: Rarely (0-20%), Occasionally (21-50%), Frequently (51-80%), and Continuously (81+%)

  •  Occasional Standing, Walking

  • Frequent Sitting

  • Occasional Stooping

  • Occasional Crawling

  • Repetitive motions of hands/wrists

  • Occasional Bending

  • Occasional Kneeling and Climbing

  • Continuous Grasping

  • Occasional climbing and working at heights

  • Rarely push, pull, lift and carry up to 75 pounds.

Supervisory Responsibility:

 Full supervisory responsibility for all people that come in contact with the job site.  Must supervise work being performed by subcontractors and R&H employees.  This may include 2-100 employees depending on project size.  This responsibility includes employee evaluations, pay changes or job changes, approving any absences or overtime, and providing all daily work direction.

 

Work Environment:

 This position is requires work in the outdoors in all types of weather.  It requires walking, standing, bending and stooping for extended periods, at times in confined spaces.  Work occurs on ladders, scaffolds and other above ground locations.  Employees may be exposed to dust, fumes, noise and unpleasant variation in temperature.  Work requires lifting and carrying heavy objects.  Some positions require working around chemicals and caustic compounds. 

Matt Hays | Executive Recruiter

Opti Staffing Group | “Our success is determined by your success!” ®

6 SW Centerpointe Dr., Suite 400, Lake Oswego, OR 97035

Office: 503.594.2000

Fax: 503.594.2080

mhays@optistaffing.com

Porter W. Yett Company - Construction Project Coordinator

Position Title: Construction Project Coordinator

Company Name: Porter W. Yett Company

Position Location: 5949 NE CULLY BLVD, Portland, OR 97218 United States

Company Website: http://www.porteryett.com

Position Description: Porter W. Yett Co., an established company in the Pacific Northwest, is seeking an experienced team player for an available Project Coordinator position. This role requires the ability to manage multiple requests and priorities simultaneously, meet deadlines, and show flexibility to change direction when needed. This position provides support to the Construction Team, and is located in the Portland office, with typical office hours of 7AM to 4PM. Some overtime may be required during peak season.

Primary Responsibilities
• Review project Plans and Specifications
• Assist Team with bid preparation and quote distribution
• Create, maintain, & archive: Bid Calendar / Job Calendar / Bid Files / Project files 
• Strong supporting role in day to day Job Logistics:
*Prepare & distribute paperwork for Crew(s)
*Crew travel accommodations and arrangements 
*Equipment mobilizations and heavy haul permitting 
*Call in utility locates and obtain job site access instructions.
*File right to lien notices
*Obtain all field paperwork daily
• Employee time cards: weekly retrieval & distribution for processing.
• Undertake project tasks & other duties as assigned

Experience
• At least 1 year in similar support role within construction industry preferred 
• Heavy Civil construction work experience a plus
• Heavy haul permitting in OR/WA a plus
• Bid experience, measurement conversions & take off experience a plus

Additional Info:

  • Candidate must pass pre-employment drug screening.

  • Full benefits, after 30 day probationary period. (PTO/Medical/Dental/401k)

  • We are an equal opportunity employer, and encourage woman & minority applicants.

  • Applicant must be legally eligible for employment in the US & speak/read/write fluent English.

  • Visit our website for more company information. www.porteryett.com

  • Applications available on our website and at our office. You may apply in person, or e-mail you resume to wende@porteryett.com, or fax to 503.595.3892.

Position Requirements: • High level of proficiency with Microsoft Office (outlook, word, excel) and Adobe
• Proactive multi-tasker with superior organizational habits
• Exceptional follow through skills and communication skills
• Ability to meet deadlines and work on multiple projects with frequent interruptions
• General office administration duties (email/copy/scan/filing/mailing) required

Salary Range: Starting 40,000 Annually

Benefits: After 30 Day Probation: PTO/Medical/Dental/401k)

How to Apply: email resume to wende@porteryett.com

Contact Name: Wende De La Zerda

Contact Phone: (503) 282-3251

HP Civil Inc. - Cement Masons, Bridge Carpenters & Equipment Operators

Position Title: Cement Masons, Bridge Carpenters & Equipment Operators

Company Name: HP Civil Inc.

Position Location: Various Locations in the Pacific Northwest, PO Box 556, Stayton, OR 97383 US

Company Website: http://hpcivil.com

Position Description: HP Civil Inc. is a growing Oregon based Heavy-Civil Contractor specializing in road and bridge construction throughout the Pacific Northwest. We are seeking applicants with a record of working safely with experience as a cement mason, bridge carpenter, equipment operator and crane operator working in all phases of road and bridge construction. Individual needs to be able to work in a team environment and possess a hard work ethic. Position will require travel throughout the Pacific Northwest.

HP Civil is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Position Requirements: Crane operator certification required for applicants applying for crane operator.

Salary Range: Most of our projects are prevailing wage

Benefits: We offer healthcare, retirement, and a profit- sharing plan to our employees.

How to Apply: Application can be downloaded at www.hpcivil.com. Please send completed application to pennym@hpcivil.com.

Contact Name: Penny McCoy

Contact Phone: (503) 769-2466

Caldera -  Arts Center Facilities Director

Position Title: Arts Center Facilities Director

Company Name: Caldera

Position Location: 31500 Blue Lake Drive, Sisters, OR 97759 United States

Company Website: http://www.calderaarts.org

Position Description: About Caldera
At Caldera, we believe in the power of creativity. Caldera is a catalyst for the transformation of underserved youth through innovative, year-round art and environmental programs. Our Youth Program provides students from Portland and Central Oregon with long-term mentoring that nurtures individual creativity, beginning in sixth grade and continuing into young adulthood. Our Artists in Residence Program awards US-based and international artists the gift of time and space for their creative practice at our Arts Center near Sisters, OR.
Caldera has a $2.4 million dollar budget, a 15-member board, 13 full-time year-round employees, 3 part-time year-round employees, and a range of seasonally contracted artists and mentors (~70). Its administrative office is located in Portland, Oregon, and its Arts Center is located outside of Sisters in Central Oregon, between Suttle Lake and Blue Lake.

Equity & Inclusion

We recognize that Caldera communities face many societal inequities. We recognize the history and ongoing impacts of racism in our country, state, and institutions. We acknowledge that we will always have room to grow as an organization and as individuals in our understanding of racism and oppression.

We commit to continually examining our role in both perpetuating and combating institutional racism. We also commit to ongoing alignment of our policies and practices to advance racial equity, inclusion, and freedom of expression.

We commit to integrating equity and inclusion into all areas of our work to better serve our mission; when we do, we get closer to the world that we want for our youth. To ensure our own accountability, we will 1) seek deeper relationships with and feedback from our larger community; 2) use our Equity Plan to guide ongoing work; and 3) apply our Equity Lens to decision-making. We will also seek inspiration from artistic and cultural traditions.

Caldera is an equal opportunity employer encouraging applicants of all backgrounds and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities or operations. We encourage people of color and Caldera community members to apply.

Position Title: Arts Center Facilities Director
Supervisor: Executive Director
Full time (~37.5 hrs), 9:00am - 5:00pm Monday - Friday. On-call Sunday - Thursday nights when the facility is in use. Occasional weekend hours and in-state travel.
Location: Caldera Arts Center, 31500 Blue Lake Dr, Sisters, OR 97759. Our preference is that the person in this position live onsite in Caldera-provided housing.
Compensation: $45,000 - $55,000 (plus housing) annually, exempt. (On-site housing: 2BR/1BA, large garage, utilities included).
Benefits include generous paid time off, health, dental, and vision insurance, 403(b) retirement matching, long-term disability, short-term disability, and life insurance.

Position Description
The Arts Center Facilities Director leads the development and implementation of facility and land management strategies to ensure efficient operation and stewardship of Caldera's Arts Center and surrounding land and lakefront. This position plans, directs, and implements repairs and maintenance, manages the facility budget, and supervises the Maintenance Coordinator and Maintenance Assistant. This position works collaboratively with year-round and seasonal staff, Board members and committees, volunteers, and contractors.

The Arts Center Facilities Director is crucial to the fulfillment of Caldera's programs at the Arts Center and to hosting other groups on site. The person in this position will travel to Portland for staff and board meetings (approximately 12 times per year for up to 2 days at a time).

Specific Responsibilities:

Facilities and Budget Management

  • Lead all facilities and land maintenance and stewardship activities at the Arts Center to support Caldera's mission and programs

  • Ensure that Caldera values and commitment to racial equity are embodied in policies and practices at the Arts Center, including vendor vetting and selection

  • Oversee annual facility budget and support budgeting process, insurance renewals, and legal agreements

  • Manage operation and maintenance of all building systems, including HVAC, electrical, lighting, plumbing, boiler systems, sprinkler system, water heaters, air distribution, kitchen & food preparation systems/equipment, trash/pests/debris/snow removal, alarm systems, housekeeping/laundry, etc.

  • Manage contractual relationships including hiring and supervising contractors and negotiating contracts

  • Participate in labor required to accomplish the above work

  • Develop Facilities Master Plan in collaboration with staff and Board using Caldera's Racial Equity Lens

  • Manage relationships with government agencies and contractors

  • Work with maintenance staff to update existing facilities maintenance documents and create a comprehensive Facilities Maintenance Plan

    Security & Safety

  • Direct safety and security efforts at the Arts Center

  • Create staffing and facility coverage schedules to ensure that all facilities and land are inspected daily

  • Manage and oversee use of equipment and vehicles

  • Work with staff to update, maintain, and train on emergency preparedness plans

  • Maintain systems for access to gate codes, key cards, and keys

    Permits & Record Keeping

  • Prioritize environmental stewardship and conservation practices

  • Coordinate and manage facility documents and building plans for safekeeping

  • Ensure compliance with all County, State, and Federal laws, including required inspections

  • Be the primary contact for all land and building permits and reporting, manage relationships with agencies, and ensure permits and reporting are up to date.

    Staff and Department Management

  • Supervise and support the professional development of department staff by setting and overseeing goals and growth opportunities, gathering resources, and providing ongoing feedback and coaching

  • Staff the Board Site & Facilities Committee in collaboration with the Executive Director

  • Participate in Caldera program events and fundraisers as needed

    Leadership

  • Serve as a collaborative member of Caldera Leadership Team and attend board meetings

  • Serve as a collaborative member of Caldera Equity Team to advance organizational racial equity work

  • Support Board management of the Site & Facilities Committee

Position Requirements: 

Required Qualifications:

  • 5+ years of demonstrated experience with a majority of the job responsibilities

  • Passion for Caldera's mission, social and environmental justice, and racial equity

  • A willingness to engage in ongoing racial equity work

  • Strong communication and negotiation skills

  • Ability to lead a collaborative team and support professional development of staff

  • Ability to travel to Portland metro area 12 times annually

  • Experience with Microsoft Office and/or Google Apps (G-Suite)

  • Current driver's license, ability to drive trucks and operate plows and machinery

  • The ability to work regular on-call hours

  • The ability to occasionally work flexible hours including nights and weekends

  • The ability to pass a background and driving record check


    Preferred Qualifications:

  • Ability to live onsite in Caldera-provided housing

  • Nonprofit experience

  • Land and watershed management, and green building experience

  • Ability to research vendors for alignment with Caldera's values

  • Commercial Driver's License

Salary Range: $45,000 - $55,000 (plus housing) annually, exempt.

Benefits: On-site housing: 2BR/1BA, large garage, utilities included.
Benefits include generous paid time off, health, dental, and vision insurance, 403(b) retirement matching, long-term disability, short-term disability, and life insurance.

How to Apply: Please send a resume and cover letter describing your interest in and qualifications for the position, highlighting experience and competencies that meet the required and preferred qualifications. You are welcome to include anything else you feel it is pertinent for us to know. Please submit materials to Jobs@CalderaArts.org. Candidate review will begin April 26, 2019 at 5:00 pm, position is open until filled. No calls, please.

Contact Name: Olivia Mitchell

Contact Phone: (503) 937-3074

Porter W. Yett Company - Construction Project Coordinator

Position Title: Construction Project Coordinator

Company Name: Porter W. Yett Company

Position Location: 5949 NE CULLY BLVD, Portland, OR 97218 United States

Company Website: http://www.porteryett.com

Position Description: Porter W. Yett Co., an established company in the Pacific Northwest, is seeking an experienced team player for an available Project Coordinator position. This role requires the ability to manage multiple requests and priorities simultaneously, meet deadlines, and show flexibility to change direction when needed. This position provides support to the Construction Team, and is located in the Portland office, with typical office hours of 7AM to 4PM. Some overtime may be required during peak season.

Primary Responsibilities
• Review project Plans and Specifications
• Assist Team with bid preparation and quote distribution
• Create, maintain, & archive: Bid Calendar / Job Calendar / Bid Files / Project files 
• Strong supporting role in day to day Job Logistics:
*Prepare & distribute paperwork for Crew(s)
*Crew travel accommodations and arrangements 
*Equipment mobilizations and heavy haul permitting 
*Call in utility locates and obtain job site access instructions.
*File right to lien notices
*Obtain all field paperwork daily
• Employee time cards: weekly retrieval & distribution for processing.
• Undertake project tasks & other duties as assigned

Experience
• At least 1 year in similar support role within construction industry preferred 
• Heavy Civil construction work experience a plus
• Heavy haul permitting in OR/WA a plus
• Bid experience, measurement conversions & take off experience a plus

Additional Info:
 Candidate must pass pre-employment drug screening.
 Full benefits, after 30 day probationary period. (PTO/Medical/Dental/401k)
 We are an equal opportunity employer, and encourage woman & minority applicants.
 Applicant must be legally eligible for employment in the US & speak/read/write fluent English.
 Visit our website for more company information. www.porteryett.com
 Applications available on our website and at our office. You may apply in person, or e-mail you resume to wende@porteryett.com, or fax to 503.595.3892.

Position Requirements: • High level of proficiency with Microsoft Office (outlook, word, excel) and Adobe
• Proactive multi-tasker with superior organizational habits
• Exceptional follow through skills and communication skills
• Ability to meet deadlines and work on multiple projects with frequent interruptions
• General office administration duties (email/copy/scan/filing/mailing) required

Salary Range: Starting 40,000 Annually

Benefits: After 30 Day Probation: PTO/Medical/Dental/401k)

How to Apply: email resume to wende@porteryett.com

Contact Name: Wende De La Zerda

Contact Phone: (503) 282-3251