To effectively apply BLUEFIN methodology in the facility (roof, walls, and pavement) inspection process for BLUEFIN projects and to provide quality assurance observation on projects as needed. While direct supervision is provided by the Senior Vice President of the Mid-Atlantic Region (MAR), this position does work under the direction of a Project Manager or Project Coordinator in order to complete surveys for each project and will perform services for multiple customers. The primary duty will surround Quality Assurance Observation but other duties may include roof surveys, pavement surveys, and building envelope surveys.
A. DUTY: Quality Assurance Observation
Liaison between the Owner/Architect and the Roofing Contractor
Read, understand, and be familiarize with the related contract and the specifications agreed upon by the Client and the Roofing Contractor
Inspects the material and confirms correct storage methods
Reports accurate progress of the project, confirms correct installation methods and adherence to change orders, and oversees and advises in troubleshooting situations
As the roof system is removed confirms the condition of the deck and insures all necessary deck repairs are completed per the contract.
As the system is installed confirms the system is watertight on a nightly basis and the contractor installs undamaged and specified materials
Monitors all punch work and inspects the final product in conjunction with a manufactures rep to address any punch items necessary for warranty
B. DUTY: Safety
Adhere to BLUEFIN safety standards at all times
Wear personal protective equipment (PPE) as project requires. May include full-body harness, lanyards, ropes, anchors, work gloves, sun screen, UV protective safety glasses, hat to deflect sun, hard hat, work boots, and safety vest or high-visibility shirt
Participate in identifying job hazards through the job hazard analysis (JHA) form and alternatives to said hazards
Participate and or lead daily safety briefing
Stop work, report conditions and/or behavior, and suspend work until conditions or behavior have been resolved
Report all incidents immediately including near misses
Handling hazardous materials as directed by safety data sheets (SDS)
C. DUTY: Administration
Enter time into system on a daily basis
Complete expense report accurately and timely providing all necessary back-up
Respond to emails/voicemails in a timely manner
Upload data on a daily basis
Provide assistance to other field personnel as needed
Interface with customer representative as needed
Participate, as requested, on organizational committees (i.e. safety committee)
Adheres to BLUEFIN Core Values (Customer Alignment, Safety, Development, Collaboration, Communication, Ingenuity, Character, Quality, Profitability, and Accountability).
Performs other duties and responsibilities, as required.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
Ability to read and interpret project plans, specifications, and submittals.
Proficient use of lap top and MS Office software.
Ability to write detailed observation reports including photographic documentation.
Experience in performing infrared and capacitance moisture surveys.
Valid driver’s license with minimal driving offences over the last five years.
Ability to perform minor maintenance work including restoration mortar and re-grouting tile.
Physically able to climb scaffolding/ladders on a daily basis.
Ability to communicate clearly with design teams, project owners, architects, engineers, general contractors and related subcontractors.
MATERIAL AND EQUIPMENT DIRECTLY USED
Computer/printer and other office equipment
Power tools (as needed)
Aerial man lift / Boom lift / Scissor lift
Fall protection arrest systems
WORKING ENVIRONMENT/PHYSICAL ACTIVITIES (specifics identified on Functional Attributes page)
Work is typically performed out-of-doors with exposure to all types of weather
Work is performed on or in the buildings of customers
Work is performed in a non-smoking environment
Ability to travel up to 20% (via vehicle, airplane, etc.)
Oral and auditory capacity enabling interpersonal communication as well as communication through automated devices such as email and telephone
Lifting up to 50 pounds
Working extended hours may be required as needed
BLUEFIN, LLC is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
EDUCATION / EXPERIENCE
High School diploma or equivalent
Minimum five years experience with a consulting and/or engineering firm in a related field.
Technically competent with field data collection tools (PDAs)
Technically competent with Microsoft Office Suite
Ability to pass a background/credit check
Demonstrated knowledge of roofing and pavement
Preferred but not required:
Be qualified to “tech” a roof for design and do QA inspections
Roofing Technology Certificate
BS in Engineering, Construction Management, or related field
Basic Pavement Technology Acknowledgements
Additional Salary Information: depending on experience
About BLUEFIN, LLC
BLUEFIN is a roof management company. We focus on keeping roofs performing reliably and on the building for as long as possible. We use a proven portfolio approach to achieve these results for clients with multiple buildings with national or large regional footprints. We have implemented roof management solutions on over 10,000 buildings over the past five years on over 150 million sq. ft. of combined roof area for clients in the retail, financial services, education, manufacturing, military and government sectors.