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The Company is a leading manufacturer of specialty chemical products for the concrete construction industry. Products include form release agents and form treatments, tilt-up bondbreakers, flooring systems, joint fillers, water repellants, patching materials, sealers and curing compounds.

Purpose of Position

The purpose of this position is to provide leadership and management for companywide flooring product sales. The Flooring Market Segment Manager is responsible for generating and overseeing product specification development, flooring contractor, applicator, distributor and dealer relationships and sales growth.

Position Duties and Responsibilities

Build and maintain relationships with flooring customers and key industry leaders Manage sales goals and generate strategies and ideas to maximize sales volumes and growth Create selling opportunities through in-person and telephone prospecting Monitor competition by gathering current marketplace information on pricing, products, new products, delivery schedules, merchandising techniques, etc. Assume an active role in creating corporate sales goals and establishing the strategic direction to maximize future growth Design new sales strategies to meet changing goals and objectives and effectively communicate those strategies to sales personnel and to the Executive Team Manage sales personnel and manufacturers’ sales representatives as relates to flooring market segment Motivate, cultivate and guide the development of sales skills within the team Recommend changes in products, service and policy by evaluating results and competitive developments Provide input on flooring product line development based on industry trends, competitive developments and marketplace needs Prepare sales forecasts and budgets Development of new business through flooring product specifications and project tracking Manage and maintain CRM tool This position covers national accounts and requires 50-75% travel


The position offers a competitive compensation of base salary, commission and bonus. Compensation also includes group health, life and disability insurance, 401(k) plan and participation in an employee stock ownership plan


The Assistant Project Manager is responsible for assisting their assigned Project Manager in the planning, management direction, project completion, client satisfaction, and financial outcome of assigned construction projects. The ideal candidate will be required to assist their assigned Project Manager in coordinating all contractual requirements, design drawings, and project specifications that include, but not limited to:

  • On-Site Project Management
  • Project Coordination & Project Controls
  • Construction Billings & Cash Flow Projects
  • Cost tracking for sequential costing
  • Job Cost Analysis
  • Project Schedule Adherence
  • Project Monthly Report Generation
  • Meeting Minutes and Documentation
  • Contract Administration

The candidate will work with their assigned project manager to help achieve their respective project management objectives. This position reports directly to the assigned Project Manager, Sr. Project Manager, VP of Construction, and Chief Operating Officer.

Minimum Requirements:

  • Working towards a degree in construction management or related field with a minimum of 3 years work experience within the construction industry.
  • Proven ability to manage multiple projects/activities in a dynamic fast pace environment.
  • Superior communication and organization development skills.
  • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work with and manage cross-functional teams.
  • Experience with Microsoft Office and Microsoft Project.

In addition to the above listed minimum requirements, candidates who poses the following skills, experience, and capabilities may receive greater consideration during the selection process:

  • OSHA Certification
  • Project Scheduling Experience
  • Document Control Experience

The Assistant Quality Assurance Manager assists the Quality Assurance Manager in managing the Quality Assurance Department to ensure compliance with, PCI, ISO and CSA standards.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Demonstrated understanding of Quality tools, SPC, CPK, Gage R & R and inspection tools and procedures.
  • Demonstrate ability to work in a cooperative and team oriented environment.
  • Demonstrated ability to work and make decisions independently.
  • Demonstrated understanding of inspection techniques including ACI and PCI requirements
  • Responsible for calibration program used to evaluate precision and accuracy of production equipment and testing, measurement, and analytical equipment and facilities.
  • Develops and implements methods and procedures for disposition of discrepant material and devises methods to assess cost and responsibility.
  • Manage/Supervise QA Techs along with support their work to ensure that products and processes comply with the relevant requirements.
  • Conduct audits, create audit finding reports and determine proper corrective and preventive actions when assigned.
  • Devises sampling procedures and designs and develops forms and instructions for recording, evaluating, and reporting quality and reliability data.
  • Create and maintain company quality documentation, work instructions and standard work, etc.
  • Compiles and writes training material and conducts training sessions on quality control activities.
  • Preparation of QA reports.
  • Responsible for continual improvement activities within the FABCON WAY structure.
  • Works with Manufacturing to solve in-house quality concerns. Support of root cause analysis and implementation of corrective action for process related concerns.
  • Review quality trends to prevent and/or reduce defects, determine problem causes, and initiate actions to correct them
  • Implement new techniques for the control of quality as directed.
  • Liaison with internal parties on matters relating to plant quality. (engineering, production, project management and drafting)
  • Understand the customer’s quality expectations and assists in determining significant characteristics and appropriate controls. Reviews product for conformance to requirements to ensure proper repairs are completed to meet requirements. Ensures timely scrapping of material when repairs are too costly or cannot be completed.
  • Any other duties as assigned by the Manager

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Five (5) years of experience in Quality Assurance in a manufacturing environment
  • Knowledge of MS Windows – PowerPoint, Word, Excel, manipulate data
  • Ability to coach and train plant workers
  • Data Analysis Skills and determining root cause to Quality Concerns

Preferred Qualifications:

  • College degree in engineering, manufacturing or related field
  • PCI Certified - Level 1 and 2
  • Knowledge of CSA, Transportation DOT & ISO standards
  • ACI Certified

Physical Requirements:

  • Able to lift 50 lb
  • Able to climb up and down while on moving equipment

Work Environment:

  • Plant environment
  • Both inside and outside exposure
  • Some office

The job description is not meant to be all inclusive. You may be required to perform additional duties as requested and functions may change at anytime.


The General Manager reports to the Chairman. This position is responsible for the P&L and general management of the operation. With direct responsibilities for Operations and Production Programs along with direct coordination with Business Development, Engineering, Quality, Programs, Procurement, Safety, Research and Development, Sales and Human Resources. This individual will ensure quality, profitability and growth of our product portfolio. The role will require effective cross-functional and collaborative teamwork to achieve business results.

Primary Responsibilities:


  • Responsible for organizational development and long-term operations, sales and administrative development for business.
  • Have full management responsibility for all business operations (P&L and program performance).
  • Lead the business to meet annual goals in quality, delivery and cost.
  • Acquire, align and prioritize resources and operational plans to support team and company objectives.
  • Manage the implementation of continuous improvement initiatives for both manufacturing and back-office functions.
  • Ensure OSHA compliant safety programs are established, maintained and followed
  • Ensure NPCA quality control program is established, maintained and followed Workforce planning
  • Proactively resolve technical, people, and production issues to ensure success of the team and consistent production of products
  • Ensure adequate purchasing programs are established and followed, including working with equipment vendors on new equipment purchases, equipment upgrades, and parts and troubleshooting of issues as necessary.
  • Oversee the creation and maintenance of work procedures, policies, and training programs.
  • Generate annual capital expenditure budget, including new machinery, tooling, material handling equipment, automation, etc. Manage implementation of capital improvement projects – design and engineering, purchasing, installation, schedule and budget costs.
  • Work with product management team on new product development, providing information and data related to product design & costs, capacity planning, product performance, tooling costs, and schedule.
  • Ensure adequate purchasing programs are established and followed, including inventory control systems
  • Establish bonus or commission budgets/compensation structure.
  • Manage maintenance and mechanic programs
  • Dispatch and customer service


Build strong relationships with the customer base and ensure customer requirements are met.

Organize and oversee sales programs and personnel by:

  • Developing sales goals that meet/exceed annual budget/forecast
  • Monitoring sales efforts
  • Establishing sales compensation (bonus or commission structures).
  • Regularly visiting key customers
  • Establishing viable and product- specific sales territories
  • Analyzing market opportunities and threats
  • Establish pricing structure
  • Marketing
  • R&D/New product development


Develop and oversee administration functions of plant, including:

  • Human resources and training programs
  • Provide leadership across the organization for problem resolution to facilitate faster improvements and improved working relationships
  • Manage compliance with local and national regulatory bodies
  • Develop the talent in the organization that includes a strong succession plan
  • Accounting and creating of management report
  • State and local regulations compliance, including environmental, zoning, etc.
  • Oversight of office/facility IT infrastructure.

Initiate and inspire short-term and long-term planning efforts, including:

  • Set goals and objective for plant and assist subordinates to set goals and objectives
  • Set standard for positive company culture and vision
  • Communicate effectively and create environment that encourages and supports free, honest and effective communication

Travel Required:

  • Trade Shows and Conferences as required
  • Sales Calls as required
  • Construction Site visits
  • Training as required/Needed


  • Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with customers and staff at various organizational levels.
  • Entrepreneurial and innovative spirit and sense of urgency
  • Show proven track record in change management initiatives related to processes and procedures to achieve desired results.
  • Strategic thinking, innovation and forecasting ability.
  • Customer focus; dedicated to meeting the expectations of internal and external customers.
  • Excellent oral/written communication, presentation and listening skills
  • Strong collaboration and partnership skills with experience with groups with the ability to listen, solve complex problems, and deal with ambiguity
  • Able to articulate a vision
  • Solid listening skills and learning agile
  • Complete buy-in and commitment to the company’s values, business strategy, and directions
  • Proven ability to develop and implement new strategies in a competitive business environment and a track record in successfully managing a business through change
  • Prudent risk taker
  • Accepts accountability for the need to consistently achieve targeted goals
  • Ability to develop talent – both as individuals and teams. Strong coaching ability. Commitment to hiring and retaining the best and acting on marginal performance
  • A career demonstrating rapid progression and increased responsibility and acknowledged as a leader in best practice management
  • Ability to provide strong leadership to the management team and build confidence – should be a clear, strategic thinker with a willingness to take a more hands-on, operational approach where appropriate
  • Energetic, open, and direct manner. Must have the stature and confidence to make difficult decisions

Key Success Metrics:

  • Core growth – Organic growth above market & key competitors.
  • Margin expansion – Price and cost management which delivers annual gross margin growth.
  • Working capital management – Year-over-year improvement in working capital turns.
  • Quality & Delivery – Year-over-year improvement in quality and delivery as experienced by our customers.


  • Bachelor’s degree required.
  • Five (5) years progressive management experience with a minimum of two (2) years’ experience in a General/Plant Management role.
  • Strong track record of delivering operational and financial results.
  • Experience in manufacturing or construction environment preferred.
  • Demonstrated financial management, risk management and resource management skills.
  • Excellent leadership and influence skills demonstrated in manufacturing environment.
  • Demonstrated effective verbal and written communication skills.

CONTACT: Gene Vineyard
877-5 WIN WIN (877-594-6946)
770-639-5176 Cell


A leader in the Architecture Precast Industry, is looking to add a Drafting and Engineering Manager to their Coordination/Detailing/Engineering Team in Fremont. In this role you'll be helping to lead a growing team of Project Managers and Project Engineers coordinating, designing, and detailing panelized skin systems. You'll also be responsible for implementing and maintaining a Company Standards library. This is an exciting opportunity for a motivated self-starter to get their foot in the door of a great company with tons of room for growth and learning.

Required skills and experience:

  • You are proficient in the use of AutoCAD 2012 and 3D modeling.
  • Revit experience a plus
  • Ability to troubleshoot AutoCAD issues
  • Ability to read & interpret construction plans and specs
  • Strong multi tasking and organizational skills
  • Excellent leadership skills
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • BS degree Civil Engineering preferred (PE a plus)
  • Most important: You are responsible, eager to learn, and not afraid to ask questions. You have a sense of urgency and drive to succeed.
  • 10+ years Precast Concrete experience

What We Provide You...

Client values its employees' contributions and believes strongly in promoting from within. We provide a competitive compensation and benefits package, including a bonus program, medical, dental and vision coverage, 401(K), paid time off and holidays and more. The salary range for this position is open depending on qualifications. In addition, we offer the opportunity to work with a phenomenal and elite group of individuals.

CONTACT: Gene Vineyard
877-5 WIN WIN (877-594-6946)
770-639-5176 Cell

Position Summary:

The individual in this position is responsible for all aspects of precast concrete manufacturing with the exception of the QA, Batch Plant and Delivery teams. This includes the development of operating plans and department goals as well as the “hands on” coaching, mentoring and performance management of associates in Production, the Yard, Maintenance, Garage, Carpenter Shop and Rebar Facility. The Manager - Production has ultimate responsibility for safety, quality and productivity within these teams, as well as all work performed by these teams at job sites. This individual is also involved in proactively reviewing incoming and managing ongoing projects, working with Team Leaders, Supervisors and Managers to complete all work in the safest and most efficient manner possible. All duties and responsibilities must be carried out with a complete adherence and commitment to the Company’s Philosophy Statement and Vision Statement.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Coach, mentor and manage performance of individual team members, including a small team of front line supervisors, to ensure the highest levels of safety, quality and productivity in these departments. Lead and develop by setting clear expectations and holding individuals accountable for performance. Recognize success and immediately address performance issues.
  • Be proactive in improving the safety of the work environment for all associates, leading by example, developing/communicating safe operating procedures and enforcing the use of safe work methods (i.e. proper personal protective equipment, machine guards on tools, etc). Stay abreast of all applicable Federal and State regulations.
  • Identify training needs for all associates, from new or less experienced associates to Team Leaders and Supervisors. Conduct and/or facilitate formal and informal training. Ensure that ongoing training is provided regarding hazards in the workplace and all safety and health procedures.
  • Ensure that all associates understand the procedure for reporting safety and health incidents, including near misses, and that all incidents are reported, documented and investigated. Identify trends that may indicate unsafe work procedures or other types of hazards in the work environment.
  • Establish department goals that align with and ensure achievement of company goals.
  • Seek continuous improvement in the manufacturing process. Develop and implement procedures to improve safety, quality and productivity. Ensure consistent adherence to all procedures and quality standards in all production buildings.
  • Prepare the annual operating plan for all departments except QA, Batch Plant and Delivery, recommending and justifying capital expenditures both short term and long term. Review monthly financial statements for all departments and work to manage within or below the operating plan.
  • Review production cost reports in a timely manner, comparing estimated to actual expenditures on a project specific basis. Make recommendations to the estimating department or changes to the production process as necessary.
  • Actively participate, along with other members of the Fort Miller team, in pre-bid and ongoing meetings with owners, contractors and consultants to discuss upcoming projects. Provide input during these meetings on design feasibility, making suggestions and recommendations based on the project design, time line, and/or project constraints.
  • Thoroughly review projects before they hit the shop floor, proactively identifying any production issues that may arise, additional materials that may be required, etc. This involves working closely with other department managers, purchasing and members of the production, maintenance, carpenter and/or rebar teams.
  • Work closely with the Engineering Department on existing projects to resolve design and production issues, ensuring compliance with project specifications in the event that changes are made.
  • Ensure that the facility is clean and well organized following the principles of 5S.
  • Carry out all supervisory responsibilities in accordance with our Philosophy Statement, company policies and applicable laws. Provide guidance and effective counseling to associates in the work environment, consulting with the President and the VP - HR on more complex issues.
  • Any other duties as may be required to enhance the goals and objectives of The Fort Miller Co., Inc.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • BS in Civil Engineering or Civil Engineering Technology. MBA preferred.
  • Professional Engineer license preferred.
  • Demonstrated management and leadership skills, including 3-5 years in a management position.
  • Precast concrete knowledge, including product forming, pouring, curing, handling, storage and shipping. Pre-stress manufacturing experience preferred.
  • Ability to read and interpret complex contract plans and shop drawings.
  • Strong communication skills, including oral presentation and writing skills.
  • Interface seamlessly with peer managers to identify opportunities for improvement, resolve issues, etc.
  • Ability to be open, honest and consistent with others and the ability to communicate effectively at all levels. The ability to practice active listening.
  • Excellent decision making skills, including the ability to make decisions on complex issues with limited information.
  • Ability to multi-task and perform in an environment with constant interruptions.
  • Excellent mathematical skills and the ability to perform engineering calculations.
  • Ability to work closely with individuals within and outside the Company.

Physical Requirements:

  • Ability to withstand exposure to dust (including silica dust), fumes and chemicals such as form oil, grease, coal tar pitch and related petroleum products.
  • Ability to hear with a high level of background noise (i.e. cranes, trucks).
  • Visual acuity at short and long distances as well as good peripheral vision and depth perception (to perceive distance of moving objects, such as cranes and vehicles).
  • Ability to perform moderate physical work, lifting and carrying weights of up to 25 lbs. regularly and up to 75 lbs. occasionally.
  • Ability to access equipment at various levels by reaching or climbing a ladder.
  • Ability to support oneself in an erect position and sit, stand and walk for extended periods of time.
  • Ability to work under stress.
  • Ability to work in extreme temperatures associated with the outdoors.
  • Ability to operate a motor vehicle and travel to satellite facilities. Travel requirement is less than 10%.

Management Expectations:

  • Manage from the production floor, regularly visiting all work centers and being intimate with the manufacturing process. Take care of routine matters, such as paperwork, during non-production hours.
  • Be present when production is taking place, including on weekends and early morning hours as necessary. Time commitment may average 50 hours or more per week at busy times.
  • Approach the position with a sense of urgency, passion and a commitment to be the best.
  • Lead change and collaboration. Motivate the team by being a positive, encouraging champion for continuous improvement and cost saving manufacturing initiatives.
  • Act as a culture carrier for the Company, leading by example, treating others with dignity, respect and fairness and always managing within the context of the Philosophy Statement.
  • Spend the time required to coach, mentor and teach direct reports and shop floor associates, helping them reach beyond their perceived potential.

CONTACT: Gene Vineyard
877-5 WIN WIN (877-594-6946)
770-639-5176 Cell


Arrive at plant 30 minutes prior to your first driver’s start time in summer arrive at least one hour prior to your first driver’s start time for winter opening:

  1. Open the front gate and the plant buildings
  2. Check oil in air compressors for proper level then start
  3. Turn on the plant batch computer; then activate the batch panel interface, email, and Trakit-GPS on the Windows computer, turn on the ticket and batch printers.
  4. Run the starting inventory list before batching any concrete.
  5. Turn on water system to plant and truck fill stations.
  6. During the hot water making season check the infernotherm for proper operation, water temperature and make sure the water level is full; by checking at the start of the day, at 10:00AM, and at the end of the day.
  7. Begin the process of running sand and stone moistures to determine free moisture compensation. This is done in the batch room using the triple beam scale for sand and the digital platform scale for the stone sample weighing and use the provided heating appliances to dry the aggregate out. This is a daily requirement of the PennDOT Quality Control Plan which is also the company quality control plan and needs to be done three times a day and your results put on the digital on line form for reporting moistures, slumps, concrete temperature, and air content and emailed to the QC Director and the V.P. of Operations.
  8. Turn on conveyor belt to overhead bins and observe for proper operation and any defects turn off if not loading bins.
  9. Inform the dispatch department that the plant is ready to run one half hour before the first drivers start time.
  10. Call the Dispatch Department to report any mixer driver calling out sick, coming in late or is a no call/no show then follow up with an email.

Other Responsibilities

  1. Manage the plant operations for profitability your highest priority is that the mixer trucks exit the yard on time to our customers.
  2. Manage the start and stop time of the Yardman/Assistant Batch Plant Operator and the mixer drivers.
  3. Monitor driver start times versus actual plant load time, report gaps between times in vs times loaded to V.P. of Operations Michael McCarthy.
  4. Ensure that the plant is being inspected for maintenance issues and lubricated.
  5. Fill out the general plant maintenance report and email it to V.P. of Operations by the end of the every week.
  6. Make sure that the mixer drivers are doing their daily pre trip and post trip inspections as required by the FMCSA (Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration).
  7. Verify that the mixer drivers are greasing their barrel rollers and ring daily.
  8. Make sure that all mixer drivers are checking their oil and coolant levels each morning before they start their trucks and are completing the required FMCSA 38 point pre trip inspection.
  9. Check all raw material inventories in particular the cement and admixtures daily for sufficient quantity to meet production demand.
  10. Ensure that the Yardman/Assistant Batch Plant Operator when one is assigned is fulfilling the duties of their job description which would mean keeping the overhead aggregate storage full and accomplishing the daily to do list that the Batch Plant Operator has established.
  11. Accurately record all incoming raw materials delivered to plant inventory and properly process all related paperwork.
  12. Ensure that mixer drivers on hold or waiting for releases are being give appropriate tasks to perform around the plant and yard or that they are actively cleaning the trucks during this time and that they signal this status change with their Nextel’s as they are on the clock in production time.
  13. Ensure that the plant loading area is kept free of excessive buildup on a daily basis.
  14. Regular communication via email of any and all problems with the plant, trucks, or drivers.
  15. Make sure that all accidents are reported immediately and accident forms are complete filled out all on the road and in the yard accidents and injuries email notification to the V.P. of Operations, HR, Production Manager and Driver Manager as soon as you are made aware of same.
  16. Ensure that the Yardman/Asst. Batch Plant Operator has all block forms broke the QC Manager will determine if the concrete meets the criteria needed to be reused.
  17. Communicate with V.P. of Operations for the approval of purchase orders for plant repairs parts and equipment in excess of $100.
  18. Ensure that purchase orders are used for any items purchased.
  19. Maintain a clean and orderly office area as good housekeeping is essential.
  20. Monitor that all mixer drivers fuel their trucks at the end of each day and at half tank without exception.
  21. Perform monthly truck inspections to evaluate each mixer truck for concrete buildup in mixer barrels and cleanliness of the truck cabs, mixer barrels, front hopper, under carriages and rear of the trucks to assure compliance with our company’s standard.
  22. Monitor mixer trucks daily so that if you notice any truck that is starting to get dirty or not removing concrete buildup from all areas of the truck paying special attention to the front chute assembly, load hopper, and upper catwalk areas. Give any driver that is not meeting the standard a deadline of no more than five days to clean up the area that is in need of cleaning or write him up to hold him accountable.
  23. At the end of each day, total all raw materials delivery slips and enter inventory into the batch computer. Numerically sort all office and driver delivery tickets and reconcile the office copy yardage totals with batch printout totals.

The following are the company required certifications necessary for a batch plant operator to acquire to reach Stage 1:

  • ACI Concrete Field Testing Technician Grade I Certification
  • Plant Operations and Maintenance Knowledge
  • Management of the concrete plant’s process water and concrete solids per DEP regulations and requirements.
  • OSHA Safety Training
  • Front End Wheel Loader Operation and Maintenance Knowledge

The Batch Plant Operator will need to test the first loads of concrete batched at the plant for compliance with specifications as a normal part of our quality control plan.

CONTACT: Kerry Pope
877-5 WIN WIN (877-594-6946)