Leading edge Mechanical Contractor in West Central Ohio providing opportunity for professional growth, competitive pay & great benefits!
Minimum Years of Experience Required: 5 Years
Minimum Years of Education Required: Bachelors Degree or equivalent experience
Salary Range: $68,000 to $78,000 commensurate with education and/or experience
Provide overall management direction for assigned project(s) and develop new business opportunities relative to a particular client, group of clients, or geographical area.
- Determine needed resources (labor, material, equipment, etc) for assigned projects within budgetary limitations.
- Establish project objectives, procedures, and performance standards within boundaries of corporate policy.
- Initiate and maintain liaison with prime contractor or client and A/E contacts to facilitate construction activities.
- Monitor / control construction through administrative direction of on-site Foreman to ensure project is completed on schedule and within budget.
- Ensure adherence to all health and safety standards and report any issues.
- Represent company in project meetings, etc.
- Manage financial aspects of assigned projects (fee payment, rental equipment, income / expenses, etc.) to protect company's interest and simultaneously maintain a good relationship with the client.
- Assume additional responsibilities as directed by upper management.
- Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance
- Paid Time Off (PTO) and Paid Holidays
- Company Truck Provided
- Annual Profit Sharing and Bonuses
- 401(k) plan with employer contributions
About Smith-Boughan, Inc.:
Smith-Boughan, Inc., a dynamic leading edge mechanical contractor in West Central Ohio, has been providing plumbing & piping, sheet metal, HVAC and building automation construction and repair services to its clients in the surrounding region for almost 100 years.
We are always seeking the best and brightest employees to continue our tradition of providing our clients the high standards of service they have come to expect since our inception in 1927.