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              Employment Opportunities


              Johnston Construction Company is the premier environmental contractor in the Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware, New Jersey, Virginia & West Virginia region. The firm operates in the public works and industrial market providing construction and design-build services to construct wastewater treatment plants, water treatment plants, groundwater treatment systems, landfill gas and leachate treatment systems, pump stations, and environmental clean-up services.

              Jobsites can be located anywhere in the Mid - Atlantic States. When jobs are from one to two hours from an employee’s permanent residence, the company pays commuting expenses. When jobs are over two hours from an employee’s permanent residence, the company pays a per diem.

              Johnston Construction Company is an employee owned company. If you are a motivated individual interested in working in a challenging environment for a growing full service multi-trade, engineered construction company, we encourage you to apply in confidence.

              Johnston Construction is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. All hiring decisions are subject to federal, state, and local employment laws and regulations, including immigration laws pertaining to work authorization requirements and any other applicable government permissions or compliance.

              A pre-employment physical with a drug and alcohol screen is required for all positions.

              Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer M/F/D/V
              Minority, Female, Veteran and qualified handicapped referrals are encouraged to apply.


              APPLY AT OUR MAIN OFFICE

              4331 Fox Run Road
              P.O. Box 98
              Dover, PA 17315
              Phone: 717-292-3606
              Fax: 717-292-7569

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              Send Resumes to: humanresources@jcc-ri.com

              Accounting and Payroll Assistant

              We require an Accounting and Payroll Assistant for our office in Dover, Pennsylvania.
              Responsibilities:

              1. Report to our Controller.
              2. Maintain confidentiality of all financial, personnel and payroll information.
              3. Perform all weekly payroll functions including
                1. Accurate input of time cards.
                2. Expense calculations and entry.
                3. Direct deposit remittance.
              4. Process Certified Payroll including setup, payment and reporting.
              5. Complete special projects as assigned.

              Qualifications:
              1. 3 years of related experience.
              2. Team player who has strong attention to detail.
              3. Ability to work independently in a fast paced environment.
              4. Ability to communicate clearly at all levels of the organization.
              5. Passion for driving continuous improvement in process efficiency and effectiveness.

              EOE/M/F/D/V


              Assistant Controller

              We require an Assistant Controller for our office in Dover, Pennsylvania. This is a challenging and career-rewarding position.
              Responsibilities:

              1. Report to our Controller.
              2. Assures the day-to-day functions of accounting are completed in accordance with corporate procedures.
              3. Process payroll.
              4. 4. Maintain job cost information including estimates, projected cost and change orders.
              5. Ensure timely and accurate financial reporting.
              6. Prepare monthly general ledger reconciliations and workpapers.
              7. Create, generate and analyze periodic financial reports.
              8. Provide guidance and supervision to accounting staff regarding daily functions including AR, AP, Payroll and Job Cost and serve as support for and backup to staff members.
              9. Provide support for external audits.
              10. Assist with IT support including hardware, software and printers.
              11. Complete special projects as assigned.

              Qualifications:
              1. Bachelors Degree in Accounting with 5-10 years of related experience.
              2. Sound working knowledge of accounting principles and theory.
              3. Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite. Expert in Excel a plus.
              4. Team player who has strong attention to detail.
              5. Ability to work independently in a fast paced environment.
              6. Ability to communicate clearly at all levels of the organization.
              7. Passion for driving continuous improvement in process efficiency and effectiveness.

              EOE/M/F/D/V


              Laborer

              Able to perform routine tasks and duties assigned with occasional instruction or assistance as new or unusual situations arise. Able to maintain a positive attitude and work safely. Willing to follow and learn all company standard procedures. Willing to work hard, minimize down time, and generally strive to improve the production of the crew. Duties include repair and install water and sewer lines, manholes, pumps station components, treatment plant components, clean-up jobsite and perform demolition work. Operate equipment including all-terrain fork lift, back hoe, dump truck, cement mixer, air compressor and tools, trash pump core drill and other equipment related to treatment plant construction.
              Skills: The position of a Laborer requires the individual to possess the physical ability to perform the following task for a minimum of 8 or 10 hours per day.

              1. Negotiate rough terrain.
              2. Climb in and out of manholes, excavations, and/or other confined or enclosed spaces.
              3. Climb up and down from equipment either to operate it or to perform routine maintenance checks.
              4. Carry and use trade associated tools, equipment, or material up to a weight of 95 pounds.
              5. Have adequate vision to observe and follow hand signals.
              6. Stand, stoop, bend, reach, climb, walk, or sit.
              7. Purchase, wear and maintain safety equipment as required by the type of work or at the direction of the Safety Director or immediate supervisor. These items must be purchased/worn immediately upon employment.
              8. Perform all associated job functions of a laborer, which includes, but is not limited to: constant physical labor such as shoveling, using sledge or claw hammers, mixing or breaking concrete, operating pipe or chain saws, carrying equipment or materials, or any other related duty.
              9. Posses the ability to understand, remember, and follow work related instructions or methods.
              10. Take direction from Supervision.
              11. Strive to improve skills and move up to a tradesman.

              Employment Type: Full Time
              Salary: dependent on experience

              Other Information
              Degree: High School diploma
              Experience (years): 3
              Other Requirements: Pre-employment physical, drug and alcohol screen, and valid driver’s license.

              EOE/M/F/D/V


              Treatment Plant/Pump Station Superintendent

              The job involves construction of treatment plants, pump stations and other similar projects constructed by the company. Candidate must have previous experience leading field crews on treatment plant and pump station construction projects. Work will involve trades such as millwright, pipefitting, carpentry, demolition, piling, dewatering and other trades. Experience in these trades is helpful. Jobsites are located throughout Maryland and Virginia.

              Duties:

              Your primary responsibility as a Superintendent is for the safety, production, and quality of the work. As the leader of the construction work, your duties include planning and executing work using standard procedures and communicating daily with the project manager. Report directly to General Superintendent. You must have a thorough knowledge of excavation, utility, mechanical and overall jobsite safety.
              You are considered a leader, who must possess the ability to manage personnel and evaluate safety and quality. You are required to follow all policies and rules of Johnston Construction Company, and to physically assist in each phase of work to be done as required.

              1. Provide leadership to craftsmen, subcontractors, and vendors as necessary.
              2. Review subcontracts, material contracts and purchase orders. Understand scope and manage sub and vendor execution.
              3. Read, identify, and understand contract drawings and submittals. Work with documents on an intranet site and manipulate as required. Review and coordinate procedures for delivery, unloading, installation and startup to optimize production.
              4. Layout site work, structures, utilities, process piping and equipment installations from shop drawings and contract drawings.
              5. Plan work two to six weeks in advance. Turn in Two Week Look-Ahead schedules each week. Review, understand and record estimated production goals during planning and provide feedback during execution. Verify materials and subcontractors are adequately scheduled to make production goals. Review installation procedures with Project Manager, General Superintendent and Equipment Vendors as needed to ensure productivity goals are met.
              6. Communicate over and under budget items to Project Manager daily. Work to find creative solutions to improve budget issues.
              7. Handle personnel issue according to standard policies of the company. Provide honest and respectful feedback to craftsmen regarding safety, production and quality. Assist in efforts to recruit, train, motivate and retain the best craftsman in the industry. Document personnel issues during course of project.
              8. Provide clear direction to administrative staff as necessary to maintain a productive environment.
              9. Perform standard safety procedures according to our safety manual and work with our safety manager to incorporate safe practices into the planning and execution of work.
              10. Uphold the quality reputation we have spent 40 years building.

              Skills:
              The position of a Superintendent requires the individual to possess the physical and mental ability to perform the following tasks for a minimum of 8 hours per day.
              1. Read, interpret and execute contract documents, fabrication drawings, submittals and contracts.
              2. Provide clear direction to crews.
              3. Handle personnel issues according to company policies.
              4. Monitor, interpret and communicate production rates and budgets to Project Management and General Superintendent.
              5. Negotiate rough terrain.
              6. Climb in and out of manholes, excavations, and/or other confined or enclosed spaces.
              7. Climb ladders to a maximum height of 45 feet. Work at heights when necessary.
              8. Carry and use trade associated tools, equipment, or material up to a weight of 95 pounds.
              9. Push, pull, load, and unload tools, equipment, or materials.
              10. Stand, stoop, bend, reach, climb, or walk.
              11. Purchase, wear and maintain safety equipment as required by the type of work you are performing or when required by project requirements or the Safety manager. These items must be purchased/worn immediately upon employment.
              12. Know how to identify, safely operate and maintain all HAND TOOLS to include: hammers, pliers, tapes, hand saws, screwdrivers, shovels, knives, levels, wrenches, digging bars, etc.
              13. Know how to identify and safely operate all FUEL, AIR, and ELECTRIC SMALL TOOLS to include: pipe saws, chain saws, pumps, generators, plate tampers, jumping jacks, jackhammers, rivet busters, chipping guns, rotary hammers, clay spades, vibrators, circular saws, drills, etc.
              14. Know how to identify fuels (gasoline, diesel, mixed gas), and know which fuel is used to operate each small tool and compressors.
              15. Know how to identify and safely operate all GENERAL EQUIPMENT to include air compressors, arrow boards, rollers, Bidwell-Concrete Screed, gas testers, fire extinguishers, etc.
              16. Know how to identify Company TRUCKS to include compressor, service, dump, plate, boom, vactor, and lowboy.
              17. Know how to operate Company EQUIPMENT to include backhoes, loaders, trackhoes, cranes, skid steers, etc.
              18. Posses the ability to understand, remember, and follow work related instructions or methods.

              Employment Type: Full Time
              Salary: dependent on experience

              Other Information
              Degree: High School diploma
              Experience (years): 10 Years
              Other Requirements: Pre-employment physical, drug and alcohol screen, and valid driver's license. Hazardous waste experience and a commercial driver's license is a plus.
              Job Location: Pennsylvania, Charles County, Anne Arundel County, and Prince George's County, Maryland.


              Treatment Plant Project Manager

              We require a Project Manager for our office in Dover, Pennsylvania. This is a challenging and career-rewarding position.

              Responsibilities:

                   1. Report to our President
                   2. Primarily manage and estimate treatment plant projects.
                   3. Plan, organize, direct, estimate, and respond to RFPs and implement activities concerned with the construction and upgrading of environmental facilities such as water and waste water treatment plants, pumps stations and landfills.
                   4. Oversee the estimating, organization, contracts/orders administration, scheduling, material procurement, negotiation, administration and implementation.
                   5. Lead supervisory personnel in project coordination and execution until completion of construction projects ranging from $2 million to $10 million.

              Qualifications:

                   1. Bachelor degree in engineering or construction management.
                   2. Minimum of 5 years of experience in treatment plant construction.
                   3. Strong communication skills and a desire to manage personnel.
                   4. Strong ability to prepare budgets and communicate them to others.



              Bid Administrator

              JCC is looking for a Bid Administrator to support our estimating department in our quest to get new business. Responsible for soliciting pricing and assembling all necessary information required to submit a responsive bid on behalf of JCC. This position is part of JCC’s purchasing department.

              Responsibilities:

                   1. Assures the day-to-day functions of bid administration are completed to support corporate bidding efforts. This includes creating and sending RFQ’s to vendors and subcontractors to obtain pricing.
                   2. Work closely with estimators, vendors and subcontractors to assemble bids.
                   3. Assures the timely and accurate receipt of bids and maintains vendor quote files by utilizing our paperless process.
                   4. Builds and develops relationships with current key suppliers as well as identifies and develops new suppliers.
                   5. Be able to communicate technical details of plans and specifications to estimators, vendors, and subcontractors.

              Qualifications:

                   1. Associates Degree or equivalent procurement experience.
                   2. At least three years of procurement and/or administration experience, preferably in a fast paced, deadline-driven environment. Construction experience a plus.
                   3. Significant hands-on experience with computer software such as Word and Excel and effective written and oral
                   4. Strong attention to detail and organizational skills.
                   5. Demonstrated problem-solving and multi-tasking skills.
                   6. Strong decision making, analytical and attention to detail.
                   7. Passion for driving continuous improvement in process efficiency and effectiveness.
                   8. Team player who works productively with a wide range of people.
                   9. Purchasing and/or contract management experience is a plus



              Design-Build Project Manager

              We require a Design-Build Project Manager for our office in Dover, Pennsylvania. This is a challenging and career-rewarding position.

              Responsibilities:

                   1. Report to our Design-Build Manager and President.
                   2. Manage and estimate traditional and alternate delivery projects.
                   3. Plan, organize, direct, estimate, and respond to RFPs and implement activities concerned with the construction and upgrading of environmental facilities such as water and waste water treatment plants, pumps stations, landfills, and water tanks.
                   4. Oversee the estimating, organization, contracts/orders administration, scheduling, material procurement, negotiation, administration and implementation.
                   5. Lead supervisory personnel in project coordination and execution until completion of construction projects ranging from $2 million to $10 million including the design-bid-build, design-build and turn-key delivery methods.

              Qualifications:

                   1. Bachelor degree in engineering.
                   2. Minimum of 3 years of experience in treatment plant process design in a consulting engineering environment.
                   3. Strong communication skills and a desire to manage personnel.
                   4. Strong ability to prepare budgets and communicate them to others.
                   5. An engineering related master’s degree is beneficial.
                   6. An EIT is required and a PE designation is strongly encouraged




              Safety Professional

              Job Reports to: President

              The Safety Professional will provide site safety leadership, ensure compliance with corporate safety standards, implement safety directives, improve safety performance, and ensure safety policies and procedures are aligned with governmental regulations.

              Purpose:

              • To execute the Regional safety goals and support Corporate safety initiatives.
              • The Safety Specialist will interface with the mechanical, electrical, excavation/site work and concrete division.
              Responsibilities:
              • Fulfill the requirement of the SSHO on a Design-Build NAVFAC project at the US Naval Academy in Annapolis, MD.
              • Investigate industrial accidents, near-miss incidents, and occupational injuries to determine causes, install measures, and manage return-to-work activities.
              • Ability to plan, train and enforce safety policies.
              • Facilitate and participate in all safety meetings.
              • Ability to work with medical providers to reduce recordable incidents and lead injured employees back to work at earliest possible date.
              • Conduct site visits to monitor and assess the execution of the safety policies.
              • Identify, analyze and control workplace hazards.
              • Perform safety behavioral audits and analyze statistics for audits.
              • Incorporate new OSHA/MSHA/DOT/Coast Guard regulations into the safety process and provide this information to managers and employees.
              • Organize and lead operational training sessions with staff.
              • Implement changes to make the workplace a safe working environment.
              • Initiate and promote day to day safety policies to stimulate interest in safety to operations employees.
              • Measure the effectiveness of the safety policy and provide consistency among the different divisions.
              • Provides information, signs, posters, barriers, and other materials to warn of potential and actual safety hazards and to prevent access to hazardous conditions.
              Minimum Qualifications:
              • Two (2) to five (5) years?experience in the construction industry.
              • Experience in wastewater treatment and pump station construction is a plus.
              • Ability to build trust and confidence with management and supervision.
              • Must be a self-starter.
              • Ability to communicate with employees at all levels.
              • Thorough knowledge of applicable regulations.


              Utility Foreman

              Must have previous experience leading utility and excavation crews while operating and be fit for manual labor. Work will also involve carpentry, pipefitting, piling, dewatering and other trades. Experience in all trades is helpful. The job involves construction of treatment plants and pump stations. It also would include demolition, excavation, and cleanup work. Jobsites are located in Charles County, Anne Arundel County, and Prince George’s County, Maryland.

              Duties: Your primary responsibilities as a Utility Foreman are the operational planning, installation and/or repair of water, storm, sewer, gas, and conduit lines. In addition, you must have a thorough knowledge of excavation and overall jobsite safety. You are considered a leader, who must possess the ability to supervise other crew members and perform quality work. You are required to follow all policies and rules of Johnston Construction Company, and to physically assist in each phase of work to be done, which includes, but is not limited to:

              1. Read, identify, and understand blueprints related to all above and below ground utilities and excavations. Make sure you are working with up to date blueprints.
              2. Set up of lasers and/or transits for pipe installation and grading operations.
              3. Make sure there is enough of the following correct materials on site for today's and tomorrow's work:
                • The right size and amount of pipe and connectors.
                • The correct gaskets, retainers, and bolts.
                • Pipe soap, grease, PVC cement, mastic, and chlorine.
                • Sakrete for immediate use and/or concrete ordered as needed.
              4. Make sure the following tools are on site and in working order:
                • Transit
                • Laser
                • De-watering pumps
                • Tapping machine
                • Tampers
                • Pipe Saw
                • Hand tools
              5. Make sure the excavation is properly shored, sloped, or sheeted before anyone enters.
              6. Check to see that the proper stone and/or back fill material is ordered for the job as needed.
              7. Visually check for utilities, if utility locates are not marked or cannot be defined, check with the Foreman before you dig.
              Skills: The position of a Utility Foreman requires the individual to possess the physical and mental ability to perform the following tasks for a minimum of 8 hours per day.
              1. Negotiate rough terrain.
              2. Climb in and out of manholes, excavations, and/or other confined or enclosed spaces.
              3. Climb ladders to a maximum height of 35 feet. Work at heights when necessary.
              4. Carry and use trade associated tools, equipment, or material up to a weight of 95 pounds.
              5. Push, pull, load, and unload tools, equipment, or materials.
              6. Stand, stoop, bend, reach, climb, or walk.
              7. Purchase, wear and maintain safety equipment as required by the type of work you are performing or when directed by your Supervisor or the Safety Department. These items must be purchased/worn immediately upon employment.
              8. Know how to identify, safely operate and maintain all HAND TOOLS to include: hammers, pliers, tapes, hand saws, screwdrivers, shovels, knives, levels, wrenches, digging bars, etc.
              9. Know how to identify and safely operate all FUEL, AIR, and ELECTRIC SMALL TOOLS to include: pipe saws, chain saws, pumps, generators, plate tampers, jumping jacks, jackhammers, rivet busters, chipping guns, rotary hammers, clay spades, vibrators, circular saws, drills, etc.
              10. Know how to identify fuels (gasoline, diesel, mixed gas), and know which fuel is used to operate each small tool and compressors.
              11. now how to identify and safely operate all GENERAL EQUIPMENT to include air compressors, arrow boards, rollers, Bidwell-Concrete Screed, gas testers, fire extinguishers, etc.
              12. Know how to identify Company TRUCKS to include compressor, service, dump, plate, boom, vactor, and lowboy.
              13. Know how to operate Company EQUIPMENT to include backhoes, loaders, trackhoes, cranes, skid steers, etc.
              14. Posses the ability to understand, remember, and follow work related instructions or methods.
              Employment Type: Full Time
              Salary: Dependent on Experience

              Other Information
              Degree: High School diploma
              Experience (years): 10 years
              Other Requirements: Pre-employment physical, drug and alcohol screen, and valid driver’s license. Hazardous waste experience and a commercial driver’s license is a plus.
              Job Location: Charles County, Anne Arundel County, and Prince George’s County, Maryland.



              Crane Operator - Immediate Opening

              Operate a 50 to 100 ton conventional friction crane to lift and move materials, machines, or products in many directions. The crane operator is also responsible for the maintenance and safety of the machinery, including checking the condition of the ground before setting up the crane, being aware of how much material can safely be hoisted in each load and maintaining cranes by inspecting them for defects or wear, lubricating ropes and winches and replacing worn cables.

              Duties: The position of a Crane Operator requires the individual to possess the physical and mental ability to perform the following tasks for a minimum of 8 hours per day.

              1. Successful operation of hydraulic, electric, and friction cranes for the purpose of moving equipment, supplies and materials from location to location and driving pile.
              2. Clean, lubricate, and maintain mechanisms such as cables, pulleys, and grappling devices.
              3. Determine load weights and check them against lifting capacities in order to prevent overload.
              4. Inspecting equipment, structures, or materials to identify problems or defects.
              5. Running, maneuvering, navigating, or driving equipment.
              6. Using hand and arm signals for installing, handling, positioning, and moving materials, and manipulating things.
              7. Other duties as assigned or required including heavy equipment operation, concrete and mechanical work.
              Employment Type: Full Time
              Salary: Dependent on Experience

              Other Information
              Degree: High School diploma or equivalent
              Experience (years): Five years?experience as certified, licensed operator with an understanding in crane weight distribution, limitation, capacity, and the ability to set up and break down a crane.
              Other Requirements: Candidates must have a valid driver’s and certified crane license. Candidates must also pass drug screening, physical examination, and qualify to operate. Able to effectively communicate with English speaking crew, and read and write in English, the language of the crane literature.

              Physical Exam Requirements:
                A. Crane operators shall have a current physician's certification, dated within the past 2 years, that states the operator meets the following physical qualifications:
              1. Vision of at least 20/30 Snellen in one eye and 20/50 in the other, with or without corrective lenses;
              2. Normal depth perception and field of vision;
              3. Ability to distinguish colors, regardless of position;
              4. Adequate hearing, with or without hearing aid, for the specific operation;
              5. Sufficient strength, endurance, agility, coordination, manual dexterity, and speed of reaction to meet the demands of equipment operation;
              6. No tendencies to dizziness or similar undesirable characteristics; and
              7. Has a negative result for substance abuse test.
              8. B. Evidence of physical defects, emotional instability that could render a hazard to the operator, others, or safe operation of the crane, or evidence that the operator is subject to seizures or loss of physical control shall be sufficient reason for disqualification. In such cases, specialized medical tests may be required to evaluate these conditions and determine their impact. C. All crane/derrick operators shall participate in a drug testing program and have a negative result for a substance abuse test. The level of testing will be in accordance with standard practices for industry or by the agency‘s random drug testing program. This test will be confirmed by a recognized laboratory service.

                EOE/M/F/D/V



              Mechanic/Pipefitter

              Must have previous experience installing mechanical equipment, interior ductile iron pipe, and be fit for manual labor. Work will also involve carpentry, plumbing, and other trades. Experience in all trades is helpful. The job involves construction of treatment plants and pump stations. Jobsites are located in Charles County, Anne Arundel County, and Prince George’s County, Maryland.
              Your primary responsibilities as a Mechanic/Pipe Fitter are the operational planning, installation and/or repair of mechanical equipment such as pumps, mixers, diffusers, clarifiers, piping systems, supports, etc. In addition, you must have a thorough knowledge of overall jobsite safety. You are considered a leader, who must possess the ability to lead other crew members and perform quality work. You are required to follow all policies and rules of Johnston Construction Company, and to physically assist in each phase of work to be done, which includes, but is not limited to:

              1. Read, identify, and understand blueprints related to all above and below ground utilities. Make sure you are working with up to date blueprints.
              2. Follow O&M Instruction on the installation of mechanical equipment.
              3. Have a general knowledge of using basic rigging practices. Experience with equipment picks involving truck cranes, all terrain forklifts, etc. Interior rigging using chain falls, come a longs, etc.
              4. Make sure there is enough of the following correct materials onsite for today's and tomorrow's work.
                1. The right size and amount of pipe, fittings, and connectors.
                2. The correct gaskets and bolts.
              5. Make sure the following tools are on site and in working order.
                1. Pipe Saw
                2. Hand tools (Wrenches, grinding wheels, pry bars, impact)
                3. Etc.
              6. Plumbing, Threading, and/or Pipe Welding experience a plus. This includes Carbon Steel, Stainless Steel, and PVC Pipe Materials.
              Skills: The position of a Mechanic/Pipefitter requires the individual to possess the physical and mental ability to perform the following tasks for a minimum of 8 hours per day.
              1. Negotiate rough terrain.
              2. Climb in and out of manholes, excavations, and/or other confined or enclosed spaces.
              3. Climb ladders to a maximum height of 35 feet. Work at heights when necessary.
              4. Carry and use trade associated tools, equipment, or material up to a weight of 95 pounds.
              5. Push, pull, load, and unload tools, equipment, or materials.
              6. Stand, stoop, bend, reach, climb, or walk.
              7. Purchase, wear and maintain safety equipment as required by the type of work you are performing or when directed by your Supervisor or the Safety Department. These items must be purchased/worn immediately upon employment.
              8. Know how to identify, safely operate and maintain all HAND TOOLS to include: hammers, pliers, tapes, hand saws, screwdrivers, shovels, knives, levels, wrenches, digging bars, etc.
              9. Know how to identify and safely operate all FUEL, AIR, and ELECTRIC SMALL TOOLS to include: pipe saws, pumps, generators, plate tampers, jumping jacks, jackhammers, rivet busters, chipping guns, rotary hammers, clay spades, vibrators, circular saws, drills, etc.
              10. Know how to identify fuels (gasoline, diesel, mixed gas), and know which fuel is used to operate each small tool and compressors.
              11. Know how to identify and safely operate all GENERAL EQUIPMENT to include air compressors, arrow boards, rollers, gas testers, fire extinguishers, etc.
              12. Know how to identify Company EQUIPMENT to include backhoes, loaders, trackhoes, cranes, bobcats, etc.
              13. Know the difference between lumber (2x4, 2x6, 2x8, 4x6,10x12, etc.)
              14. Know the difference between nails (Duplex, 16 penny, 12 penny, 8 penny, etc.)
              15. Posses the ability to understand, remember, and follow work related instructions or methods.
              Employment Type: Full Time
              Salary: dependent on experience

              Other Information
              Degree: High School diploma
              Experience (years): Unspecified
              Other Requirements: Pre-employment physical, drug and alcohol screen, and valid driver’s license. Certified welders or Licensed Plumbers a plus.
              Job Location: La Plata, MD, USA Address: 6505 Curley Hall Road Zip/Postal Code: 20646



              Sheet Pile Foreman

              The job classification of a "Sheet Pile Foreman" is considered to be a skilled position. This position is one of physical output and mental skill. A sheet pile foreman is responsible for the safety of employees, pedestrians, traffic, and equipment that enter their work area. A sheet pile foreman must be able to achieve maximum production from the installation crew and have knowledge of hazards associated with installation.

              Work will also involve dewatering, rigging, welding, carpentry, pipefitting, and other trades. Experience in all trades is helpful. The job involves construction of treatment plants and pump stations. Current jobsite is located in Upper Marlboro, Maryland.

              A person selected for a sheet pile foreman must have prior experience installing various types of deep excavation support systems including sheeting, H-pile, and slide rail systems. Dewatering using wells, sumps and well-points is preferred. In addition, the foreman must:

              1. Be capable of obtaining security clearance for WSSC.
              2. Be committed to safety and qualify as a competent person for these activities.
              3. Know the systems and the correct method of installation.
              4. Have experience with operating pile driving equipment.
              5. Maintain the following tools to make minor repairs and adjustments.
                1. Standard Wrench Set from 3/8" to 3/4"
                2. Standard Socket Set from 3/8" to 3/4"
                3. 1/2" Drive Ratchet
                4. Large and Small Phillips Head Screwdrivers
                5. Large and Small Slotted Head Screwdrivers
                6. 10" or 12" Adjustable Wrench
                7. Hammer
                8. Pliers
              6. Visually check for utilities, if utility locates are not marked or cannot be defined, check with the Foreman before you dig. All underground utilities must be exposed by hand.
              7. Report all breakdowns immediately. This will minimize down time. Find other useful work if down time occurs.
              8. Attend weekly tool-box talks and all other company safety meetings.
              9. Take directions from the Supervisor or in their absence their designated appointee. Also be prepared to direct the crew if the foreman is not available.
              10. Work in all types of weather conditions or climate, unless there is an immediate threat of danger.

              Skills: The position of an operator requires the individual to possess the physical ability to perform the following task for a minimum of 8 hours per day.
              1. Negotiate rough terrain.
              2. Climb in and out of manholes, excavations, and/or other confined or enclosed spaces.
              3. Climb up and down from equipment either to operate it or to perform routine maintenance checks.
              4. Carry and use trade associated tools, equipment, or material up to a weight of 95 pounds.
              5. Have adequate vision to observe and follow hand signals.
              6. Stand, stoop, bend, reach, climb, walk, or sit.
              7. Purchase, wear and maintain safety equipment as required by the type of work or at the direction of the Safety Director or immediate supervisor. These items must be purchased/worn immediately upon employment.
              8. Perform all associated job functions of a laborer, which includes, but is not limited to: constant physical labor such as shoveling, using sledge or claw hammers, mixing or breaking concrete, operating pipe or chain saws, carrying equipment or materials, or any other related duty.
              9. Posses the ability to understand, remember, and follow work related instructions or methods.
              Employment Type: Full Time
              Salary: dependent on experience

              Other Information
              Degree: High School diploma
              Experience (years): 5
              Other Requirements: Pre-employment physical, drug and alcohol screen, and valid driver’s license. A commercial driver’s license is a plus.
              Job Location: Upper Marlboro, MD, USA Address: 17307 Berndale Court Zip/Postal Code: 20772



              Equipment Superintendent

              Position Description:

              Mid-sized Heavy Construction Contractor seeks an experienced Equipment Superintendent. The ideal candidate will have started in a shop mechanic role and advanced through the ranks to Shop Manager.


                Responsibilities:
              1. Oversee all aspects of 200+ pieces of heavy equipment, vehicles, and associated tools.
              2. Responsible for all purchases (specifications), disposals, preventive maintenance, and repairs of fleet.
              3. Ensures timely approval and completion of service, preventative schedules.
              4. Coordination of mechanics, vendors and parts.
              5. Increase efficiency and minimize costs, continually updating and improving maintenance and repair methods and practices.
              6. Prepare and manage budgets and implement cost controls.
              7. Develop and implement preventive maintenance and safety programs for all heavy equipment.
              8. Oversee all aspects of maintenance, troubleshooting, scheduling repairs, ordering parts, vendor relationships and equipment utilization.

              9. Qualifications:
              10. Bachelor’s degree in related field preferred.
              11. 5-10 years?experience managing vehicles/equipment
              12. Ability to implement and drive change of new processes.
              13. Computer proficiency.
              14. Team-oriented and hands-on.
              15. Some management or supervisory experience.
              16. Experience with cranes is a plus.

              Candidates that possess the basic qualifications of the position are encouraged to apply by emailing their resume as a MS Word attachment to humanreasources@jcc-ri.com with the following subject line “Equipment Superintendent? Candidates that do not possess the basic qualifications stated above will not be considered. Client is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Minorities, females and veterans are encouraged to apply.

              EOE/M/F/D/V


              Equipment Operator

              The job classification of an "Equipment Operator" is considered to be a skilled position. This position is one of physical output and mental skill. An operator is responsible for the safety of employees, pedestrians, traffic, and equipment that enter their work area. An operator must be able to achieve maximum production from the equipment and have knowledge of hazards associated with equipment operation.

              Work will also involve carpentry, pipefitting, and other trades. Experience in all trades is helpful. The job involves construction of treatment plants and pump stations. It also would include demolition, excavation, and cleanup work. Jobsites are located in Charles County, Anne Arundel County, and Prince George’s County, Maryland.

              A person selected for an operator’s position must have prior operating and maintenance experience on the specific type of machine available. In addition, the operator must:

              1. Know the machine, its correct method of operation and limitations.
              2. Always be near or on your machine during the day unless you are directed otherwise by a supervisor.
              3. Always assist in other useful work when your machine is not in use.
              4. Maintain the following tools to make minor repairs and adjustments.
                1. Standard Wrench Set from 3/8" to 3/4"
                2. Standard Socket Set from 3/8" to 3/4"
                3. 1/2" Drive Ratchet
                4. Large and Small Phillips Head Screwdrivers
                5. Large and Small Slotted Head Screwdrivers
                6. 10" or 12" Adjustable Wrench
                7. Hammer
                8. Pliers
              5. Assist the fuel driver in fueling your equipment.
              6. Grease the equipment every day.
              7. Keep equipment clean from dirt and excess grease.
              8. Change buckets on equipment.
              9. Check oil, battery, transmission, hydraulic systems, tires, radiators, tracks, and back-up alarms for the proper levels or operation prior to starting the day's work. An equipment inspection report must be filled out and turned in weekly to either your foreman or your designated shop facility.
              10. Visually check for utilities, if utility locates are not marked or cannot be defined, check with the Foreman before you dig. All underground utilities must be exposed by hand.
              11. Report all breakdowns immediately. This will minimize down time. Find other useful work if down time occurs.
              12. Attend weekly tool-box talks and all other company safety meetings.
              13. Take directions from the Foreman or in their absence their designated appointee. Also be prepared to direct the crew if the foreman is not available.
              14. Work in all types of weather conditions or climate, unless there is an immediate threat of danger.

              Skills: The position of an operator requires the individual to possess the physical ability to perform the following task for a minimum of 8 hours per day.
              1. Negotiate rough terrain.
              2. Climb in and out of manholes, excavations, and/or other confined or enclosed spaces.
              3. Climb up and down from equipment either to operate it or to perform routine maintenance checks.
              4. Carry and use trade associated tools, equipment, or material up to a weight of 95 pounds.
              5. Have adequate vision to observe and follow hand signals.
              6. Stand, stoop, bend, reach, climb, walk, or sit.
              7. Purchase, wear and maintain safety equipment as required by the type of work or at the direction of the Safety Director or immediate supervisor. These items must be purchased/worn immediately upon employment.
              8. Perform all associated job functions of a laborer, which includes, but is not limited to: constant physical labor such as shoveling, using sledge or claw hammers, mixing or breaking concrete, operating pipe or chain saws, carrying equipment or materials, or any other related duty.
              9. Posses the ability to understand, remember, and follow work related instructions or methods.
              Employment Type: Full Time
              Salary: dependent on experience

              Other Information
              Degree: High School diploma
              Experience (years): 5
              Other Requirements: Pre-employment physical, drug and alcohol screen, and valid driver’s license. Hazardous waste experience and a commercial driver’s license is a plus.
              Job Location: La Plata, MD, USA Address: 6505 Curley Hall Road Zip/Postal Code: 20646



              Pipelayer

              Must have previous experience installing sewer pipelines and be fit for manual labor. Work will also involve carpentry, pipefitting, and other trades. Experience in all trades is helpful. The job involves construction of treatment plants and pump stations. It also would include demolition, excavation, and cleanup work. Jobsites are located in Charles County, Anne Arundel County, and Prince George’s County, Maryland.
              Your primary responsibilities as a Pipelayer are the operational planning, installation and/or repair of water, storm, sewer, gas, and conduit lines. In addition, you must have a thorough knowledge of excavation and overall jobsite safety. You are considered a leader, who must possess the ability to supervise other crew members and perform quality work. You are required to follow all policies and rules of Johnston Construction Company, and to physically assist in each phase of work to be done, which includes, but is not limited to:

              1. Read, identify, and understand blueprints related to all above and below ground utilities. Make sure you are working with up to date blueprints.
              2. Set up of lasers and/or transits for pipe installation and grading operations.
              3. Make sure there is enough of the following correct materials on site for today's and tomorrow's work.
                1. The right size and amount of pipe and connectors.
                2. The correct gaskets, retainers, and bolts.
                3. Pipe soap, grease, PVC cement, mastic, and chlorine.
                4. Sakrete for immediate use and/or concrete ordered as needed.
              4. Make sure the following tools are on site and in working order.
                1. Transit
                2. Laser
                3. De-watering pumps
                4. Tapping machine
                5. Tampers
                6. Pipe Saw
                7. Tampers
                8. Hand tools
                9. Etc.
              5. Make sure the excavation is properly shored, sloped, or sheeted before anyone enters.
              6. Check to see that the proper stone and/or back fill material is ordered for the job as needed.
              7. Visually check for utilities, if utility locates are not marked or cannot be defined, check with the Foreman before you dig.
              Skills: The position of a Pipelayer requires the individual to possess the physical and mental ability to perform the following tasks for a minimum of 8 hours per day.
              1. Negotiate rough terrain.
              2. Climb in and out of manholes, excavations, and/or other confined or enclosed spaces.
              3. Climb ladders to a height of 35 feet. Work at heights over highways and water.
              4. Carry and use trade associated tools, equipment, or material up to a weight of 95 pounds.
              5. Push, pull, load, and unload tools, equipment, or materials.
              6. Stand, stoop, bend, reach, climb, or walk.
              7. Purchase, wear and maintain safety equipment as required by the type of work you are performing or when directed by your Supervisor or the Safety Department. These items must be purchased/worn immediately upon employment.
              8. Know how to identify, safely operate and maintain all HAND TOOLS to include: hammers, pliers, tapes, hand saws, screwdrivers, shovels, knives, levels, wrenches, digging bars, etc.
              9. Know how to identify and safely operate all FUEL, AIR, and ELECTRIC SMALL TOOLS to include: pipe saws chain saws, pumps, generators, plate tampers, jumping jacks, jackhammers, rivet busters, chipping guns, rotary hammers, clay spades, vibrators, circular saws, drills, etc.
              10. Know how to identify fuels (gasoline, diesel, mixed gas), and know which fuel is used to operate each small tool and compressors.
              11. Know how to identify and safely operate all GENERAL EQUIPMENT to include air compressors, arrow boards, rollers, Bidwell-Concrete Screed, gas testers, fire extinguishers, etc.
              12. Know how to identify Company TRUCKS to include compressor, service, dump, plate, boom, vactor, and lowboy.
              13. Know how to identify Company EQUIPMENT to include backhoes, loaders, trackhoes, cranes, bobcats, etc.
              14. Know the difference between lumber (2x4, 2x6, 2x8, 4x6,10x12, etc.)
              15. Know the difference between nails (Duplex, 16 penny, 12 penny, 8 penny, etc.)
              16. Posses the ability to understand, remember, and follow work related instructions or methods.
              Employment Type: Full Time
              Salary: dependent on experience

              Other Information
              Degree: High School diploma
              Experience (years): Unspecified
              Other Requirements: Pre-employment physical, drug and alcohol screen, and valid driver’s license. Hazardous waste experience and a commercial driver’s license is a plus.
              Job Location: La Plata, MD, USA Address: 6505 Curley Hall Road Zip/Postal Code: 20646



              Mid Level Project Manager

              We require a mid level Project Manager for our office in Dover, Pennsylvania. This is a challenging and career-rewarding position.

              Responsibilities:

              1. Plan, organize, direct, estimate, and respond to RFPs and implement activities concerned with the construction and upgrading of environmental facilities such as water and waste water treatment plants, pumps stations, landfills, and water tanks.
              2. Oversee the estimating, organization, contracts/orders administration, scheduling, material procurement, negotiation, administration and implementation.
              3. Lead supervisory personnel in project coordination and execution until completion of construction projects ranging from $2 million to $10 million including the design-bid-build, design-build and turn-key delivery methods.

              Qualifications:

              1. A bachelor degree in civil engineering, mechanical engineering, or environmental engineering.
              2. 60 months of experience as a construction project manager or design engineer.
              3. Experience must include water and waste water treatment plant construction and/or design.
              4. An MBA or related master’s degree is beneficial.
              5. A PE designation is beneficial.


              Junior Project Engineer

              We require a Junior Project Engineer for our office in Dover, Pennsylvania. This is a challenging and career-rewarding position.

              Responsibilities:

                   1. Obtaining equipment and subcontractor prices from vendors and suppliers;
                   2. Quantifying take-offs and assisting with preparation of cost estimates for bid pricing;
                   3. Assisting with purchase orders, material/equipment purchases and invoices on construction projects;
                   4. Preparing construction schedules on construction projects;
                   5. Occasional field placement to assist project manager and supervisor with construction management and layout;
                   6. Preparing layout drawings using AutoCAD LT for equipment layouts and fabrication drawings.

              Qualifications:

                   1. Civil, mechanical, chemical or environmental engineering technology diploma from a recognized engineering school;
                   2. Experience using AutoCAD, Microsoft Project, Primavera Contractor and Excel would be considered an asset;
                   3. Strong communication skills and problem solving a must.



              Mechanic/Lowboy Driver

              Position is available for skilled, experienced, and motivated individual. This position is based in Dover, PA.

              Requirements:

                   1. Must be skilled in the following areas:
                       ?Heavy Equip Repair
                       ?Lowboy Driver
                       ?Crane Operation
                       ?Dump Truck Operation
                   2. 5 to 10 years experience required
                   3. Valid CDL driver’s license
                   4. Excellent CDL Record Required
                   5. Transportation
                   6. Periodic Drug Screening

              Other Beneficial skills:

                   1. Paving
                   2. Equipment Operation
                   3. Painting



              Pipefitters, Form Carpenters, Concrete Finishers, Millwrights, Operators, and Supervisors

              Positions are available for skilled, experienced and motivated individuals looking to make a long term commitment to a career. All positions will include some carpentry, pipefitting, operating and demolition.

              Requirements:

                   1. Minimum of three years experience in a trade working on treatment plant construction;
                   2. A high school diploma;
                   3. A valid driver’s license;
                   4. Transportation.

              Beneficial Skills:

                   1. Sheeting and shoring installation;
                   2. Installation and maintenance of dewatering systems such as well points, sumps, and wells;
                   3. EFCO Plate Girder and Redi-Radius forms;
                   4. Flatwork;
                   5. Schedule 10 Stainless Steel Pipe Welding;
                   6. A commercial driver’s license.

              Hiring Policy and Procedures

              1. We hire applicants solely based upon merit. We do not discriminate on the basis of union affiliation, race, sex, color, age, national origin, disability or any other protected status.

              2. No employee is required to pay dues to any labor organization to join our company.

              3. We accept job applications only when we know there are jobs available and when we intend to fill the position(s). When openings become available, we reserve the right to review applications already on file, prior to hiring. Applications remain open for consideration for 60 days. It is the applicant’s responsibility to keep our hiring personnel informed of his/her availability.

              4. We hire with a preference for applicants referred by our supervisors first, employees second and our subcontractors and vendors third.

              5. We hire with a preference to geographical locations in relation to our job sites.

              6. We hire based on personal contact with individuals so that we can make sound business judgments as to the most qualified applicants.

              7. Any applicant who falsifies or omits information on the application is disqualified from being hired. If the employee has been hired before the falsification or omission is discovered, he or she is subject to termination.

              8. We base our hiring decisions on a variety of factors, including skills and ability to perform the job, prior employment with us employment references as to character and willingness to work, willingness to accept the offered salary, and personal interviews.

              9. Full-time employees are expected to work only for us and must state that they will not be employed by any other employer while they work for us.
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