Field Supervisor- North East, MD

The position has the responsibility and accountability for the geographic operations as assigned by the division operation manager. The position requires in depth experience with all of the division's service offerings and the ability to work successfully in a fast-paced work environment.
Responsible for overall direction and execution of assigned projects.
Manage assigned personnel, equipment, and subcontractors.
Ensure work performance is planned and coordinated according to schedule, with strict adherence to quality and budget considerations.
Assist sales force in preparation of estimates and procedures in planning of projects, with a strong focus on operational efficiencies.
Maintain project work site in a safe and environmentally sound condition per DOT, EPA, OSHA requirements.
Act as VES-IS main contact with the customer for the resolution of operational issues and to seek opportunities to sell additional services.
Initiate corrective action for any unsafe or environmentally unsound conditions.
Ensure that all customer and company policies and procedures are adhered to in the completion of the assigned projects.
Monitor morale of personnel on project and strive to maintain a high level of "can-do" attitude.
Conduct walk downs for all jobs being performed as part of the project.
Actively participate in feed back and post job evaluation portions of the project.
Monitor assigned equipment for signs of mechanical problems and work with the division management to ensure there are no on-the-job equipment failures.
Complete a post project evaluation of personnel assigned to projects.
Understands VES-IS lines of business:
_____ Knowledge of boiler washes a plus.
_____ Knowledge of vacuum and water blasting services.
Business Competencies:
Thinking Skills €“ decision making ability, long-term vision, ability to work independently.
Ability to inspire a common vision.
Experienced in VEOLIA lines of business.
Skilled in employee supervision, planning, coordination, budget preparation, contract negotiations, and labor relations
Understands key financial indicators and success factors.
Ability to drive change while maintaining operational effectiveness.
Strong analytical skills and problem solving.
Leadership Competencies:
Personal depth, in the form of mature confidence, adaptability, self-direction, and organization.
Ability to foster teamwork.
Outstanding communication skills.
Foster employee accountability.
Ability to inspire trust and integrity.
Mentoring and employee development skills.
Must be committed to the VEOLIA core values of integrity, openness and trust, accountability, excellence through teamwork, and continuous learning and development.
Skilled in managing diversity.
High energy level and work ethic.
High School diploma/GED.
1 year supervisory experience.
Minimum 4-5 years industry experience.
CDL Class B or higher.
Air brakes and tanker endorsement.
Successfully complete drug screen and pre -employment physical.
Physical Requirements:
Ability to wear a full and half face respirator.
Ability to work in loud industrial environments
Push or pull up to 30 lbs.
Ability to frequently lift/carry up to 30 lbs.
Able to sit periodically and for extended periods of time, climb ladders/stairs, reach below knees and above shoulders, kneel and crawl to access work areas.
Frequent standing, walking, bending, stooping, and ability to reach forward and grasp equipment.
Ability to balance and work on wet and slick surfaces, metal grates, narrow platforms, and uneven surfaces.
Ability to work in adverse conditions inside or outside. Including: extreme cold, heat, rain or dry environments.
Able to occasionally work in confined spaces.
Ability to enter and exit an Industrial vehicle.

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