Overview

Date:   December 20, 2019

Opening:   1

Position:   Field Supervisor Carpenter (FEMA TAR – Tribal Grant)

Reports To:  Tribal Council and Tribal Chairman

Duration:  Temporary/ Term Limited

Pay Rate:   DOE

Closing Date:  Open Until Filled

Position Summary:

The Lead Carpenter will adhere to abide by the understandings of the Policy direction of the Tribal Council, Tribal Chairman and the Administrative Supervisor of the FEMA TAR requirements. The Lead Carpenter has the responsibility of carrying out the activities relating to the completion of the FEMA DR-4422 disaster recovery project and is responsible for completing daily project and operations of assigned Tribal programs, including all contracts, grant guidelines, requirements, and tribal administration guidance and well as to ensure the security and safety of team members. The Lead Contractor will maintain a professional appearance, safety working attitude and safe working environment for the La Jolla Band of Luiseno Indians, its employees and its Tribal Members always. The recovery project will include but not limited to the construction of bridge(s), install and or placement of heavy and or large objects as directed to ensure disaster reinforcement and resiliency project.  This position activities include but not limited to the following:

Job Description

1.        Ensure tribal gov’t and customer satisfaction through professional appearance, expert workmanship, and polite communication.

2.       Attend all tribal gov’t and council meetings approved by the La Jolla Band of Luiseno Indian Council and Chairman.

3.       Create an anticipated project schedule (critical path) in advance of project commencement, adjust the schedule as needed based on production realities. Advise subcontractors of the proposed schedule is desirable. Verify and confirm material lead times and purchase orders as needed to maintain an efficient project management schedule.

4.       On a-daily-basis, inform the Tribal Council and Chairman, via email, of the progress of the project(s), including any customer concerns, problems, delays, etc.

5.       Supervise the activities of the company’s field carpenters and/or independent subcontractors, which include oral and written communication as needed.

6.       Be responsible for the efficient and profitable use of the company’s time, manpower and materials on each project as included in project estimate sheets.

7.       Responsible for tracking the progress and profitability of the projects under his or her supervision and reporting to the Tribal Council and Chairman.

8.       Ensure the image of the company is supported by the appearance and activities of the installation teams and job sites.

9.       Maintain an operational inventory of necessary tools, safety equipment, equipment, and vehicles, if applicable, to perform specific activities assigned by the Tribal Council and Chairman.

10.    Knowledge of safety and proper handling of hand tools and equipment and be able to demonstrate to team members.

11.      Able to seek additional responsibility and guidance from Tribal Council and Chairman on the management of tribal and non-tribal employees as needed to enhance existing skills, learn new skills, and create a potential for advancement within the company.

A.  Additional Requirements:

–        Submit to and clear DRUG TEST and anytime upon request.

–        Successfully complete a Criminal Background Check.

–        Outstanding attitude and work as a TEAM.

Indian Preference:

Native American Indian Preference shall apply to this position pursuant to the Indian Self-Determination and Education Assistance Act (24 U.S.C. 450, et seq.), 25 CFR 271.44 and other relevant laws (title 25, U.S. code, Section 472 & 473).

Please Send Resume To The Address Above Or E-Mail:

CAROLYN.DIAZ@LAJOLLA-NSN.GOV