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COPPERA, LLC is now hiring Licensed Journeyman Plumbers

Qualifications:

  • High School Diploma or GED
  • Texas Driver’s License
  • Texas Journeyman’s Plumbing License
  • 1 Years Plumbing Experience minimum
  • Proficient in fixture installation, plumbing repairs to all systems, knowledge and ability to run drain calls and sewer machine operations.
  • Experience in a lead role
  • Professional attitude

Position Scope:

  • Responsible for managing and leading a crew team
  • Pre-plan projects and crew assignments with Project Manager
  • Use technology to more efficiently perform job functions
  • Operate and use required tools and equipment skillfully and safely
  • Install and repair broad range of plumbing fixtures and components: pumps, valves, boiler systems, compressors, alarm systems, chemical treatment systems etc.
  • Handle hazardous materials safely and tolerate exposure to electrical and other environmental hazards

Benefits:

  • Competitive compensation based on experience
  • Company Vehicle
  • iPad & iPad
  • Paid Time Off & Paid Holidays
  • Health, Dental, Vision, Short Term Disability
  • Tool Reimbursement Program

Personal Attributes:

  • Desire to grow professionally
  • Ability to lead by setting an example and hold others to a higher standard
  • Commitment to continuously improving quality and value of services/work
  • Wiling to be coached for continued personal and professional development
  • Ability to build professional relationships with co-workers, customers, and contractors
  • Must pass a drug screen and background check

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COPPERA, LLC is now hiring Licensed Apprentice Plumbers I-IV.

Qualifications:

  • High School Diploma or GED
  • Texas Driver’s License
  • Texas Apprentice Plumbing License or must obtain within 30 days
  • Plumbing experience preferred
  • Professional attitude
  • Willingness to learn and advance within the company
  • Team player

Position Scope:

  • Work under direction of Lead Plumber
  • Perform unskilled/semi-skilled labor tasks
  • Progressively learn under Lead Plumber to obtain new useful plumbing skills
  • Deliver materials as needed
  • Operate and use required tools and equipment skillfully and safely
  • Use technology to more efficiently perform job functions
  • Perform repairs on various plumbing systems under direction of Lead Plumber

Benefits:

  • Competitive compensation based on experience
  • Paid Vacation
  • Health, Dental, Vision, Short Term Disability
  • Education & Continued Training Benefits

Personal Attributes:

  • Desire to grow professionally
  • Ability to lead by setting an example and hold others to a higher standard
  • Commitment to continuously improving quality and value of services/work
  • Wiling to be coached for continued personal and professional development
  • Ability to build professional relationships with co-workers, customers, and contractors
  • Must pass a drug screen and background check

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PURPOSE

The purpose of this Position Description is to establish and define the authority, accountability, reporting relationships, responsibilities, duties, and measures of performance of the Office Administrator position for Coppera, LLC.

BASIC FUNCTION

The primary function of the Office Administrator is to manage aspects of the company’s financial recordkeeping and administrative functions.  This includes Project Administration, Human Resources, Accounting, as well as Marketing.

REPORTING RELATIONSHIPS

The Office Administrator reports to the company Finance & Administration Manager.

  • There are no other positions that report to the Office Administrator.

POSITION REQUIREMENTS

To perform the duties of this position successfully, the Office Administrator must be able to complete all tasks and fulfill all responsibilities for this position in a satisfactory manner while achieving all company goals and objectives as defined and communicated by company General Manager.  Following are representative of the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to meet the requirements of the position.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

EDUCATION

Required: High school diploma or equivalent.

Preferred: College degree or coursework related to Finance, Accounting, Banking, Economics, Construction Management, or Business Management.

LICENSING/REGISTRATION/CERTIFICATION

Required: None

Preferred: None

EXPERIENCE

Required: Minimum of three (3) years of prior experience in an Office Administrator or similar role.

Preferred: Significant and successful experience in a mid-management position for a business involved in construction contracting.

REPRESENTATIVE SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE, AND ABILITIES

  • Must be skilled at initiating, building, and maintaining healthy relationships with customers as well as vendors and the community at large.
  • The ability to identify, understand, and meet the needs of Coppera, LLC’s customers pertaining to financial transactions between the two companies.  Customers include both General Contractors, architects, and project owners.
  • A thorough working knowledge of the AIA (American Institute of Architects) requirements regarding invoicing, billing, and payment procedures.
  • Must have managerial skills including, but not limited to:
  • Goal setting and planning skills.
  • Decision making skills.
  • Problem solving skills.
    • Conflict resolution skills.
  • Communication skills, both verbal and in writing including the ability to deliver verbal presentations to individuals and groups.  English is required; multi-lingual (Spanish) would be advantageous.
    • Financial management skills including the ability to understand financial reports, interpret the data, and make sound business decisions based on the financial information.
  • Must have an understanding of Human Resource Management requirements including, but not limited to:
        • Payroll and Payroll taxation.
        • Recruiting, Hiring, and personnel administration within all legal requirements (EEOC, ADA, DOL, etc.).
        • Employee Benefit programs (i.e. medical insurance).
  • The ability to correctly perform routine business mathematical calculations (add, subtract, multiply, divide, fractions, decimals, ratios, etc.).  This includes the ability to recognize erroneous numerical data or calculations which are outside of a normal range of possible values (i.e. order of magnitude error or slipped decimal point error).
  • Must be proficient in the use and application of information technology to enhance productivity and facilitate company management.  This includes general application software systems (i.e. MS Word and Excel), industry specific software systems (i.e. ProContractor), and cloud-based applications (i.e. Smartsheet).

PHYSICAL

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by the Office Administrator to successfully perform the essential functions of this position.

  • MOBILITY: The Office Administrator must have sufficient mobility to access all areas of the company shop and offices without assistance.  Similarly, the Office Administrator must have sufficient mobility to travel to customer, job site, and vendor locations and access any necessary areas of those locations without assistance.
        • DEXTERITY:  The Office Administrator must have sufficient dexterity to operate office machines and equipment (computers and similar devices).
        • STRENGTH:  Lifting is not a routine function of this position; there are no specific strength requirements.

MENTAL

The following representative mental skills are necessary to assure that the Office Administrator can successfully perform the position’s essential functions:

  • MATHEMATICAL:  Must have the ability to use basic mathematical calculations (add, subtract, multiply, divide, fractions, decimals, ratios, etc.).  This includes the ability to recognize erroneous numerical data or calculations which are outside of a normal range of possible values (i.e. order of magnitude error or slipped decimal point error).
  • LANGUAGE:  Must be able to communicate effectively in English both written and verbal.  This position requires the ability to make formal and informal presentations to individuals and groups.  Multilingual capabilities (Spanish) are not required, but could be an advantage.
  • MECHANICAL:  No specific mechanical knowledge is required for this position;
  • SPATIAL:  No specific spatial capabilities are required for this position.

WORKING CONDITIONS

The Office Administrator will normally work indoors in a heated and air-conditioned office environment.  Occasionally, position responsibilities may require the Office Administrator to travel to customer or vendor locations which may not be heated or air conditioned.  When visiting customers and job sites, the Office Administrator will encounter varying temperatures and weather conditions.  The normal auto and air travel hazards will apply.  

The noise level in the normal work environment is generally low, but can be higher when at job sites; hearing protection is not normally required.  

Working hours will generally be during normal business hours but may include the need to work any or all seven days of the week.  The normal workday is eight hours and the normal workweek is 40 hours.  Office Administrator is expected to work longer hours and to adjust start and stop times as necessary to accomplish the position duties and to support business needs.

AUTHORITY

Finance & Administration Manager has delegated sufficient authority to the Office Administrator to accomplish the routine duties and responsibilities of the position.  Following are representative of the specific authority routinely granted to this position:

  • Does not have the authority to direct the activities of all employees assigned to the Finance & Administration Department.  
  • The Office Administrator does not have the authority to hire, fire, promote, demote, and make payroll decisions; any such decisions must be approved by the General Manager & Finance Manager.  
  • This position does not have authority to reprimand and, “suspend pending investigation” a subordinate for major offenses or violations of company rules, policies, or guidelines.
  • The Office Administrator has the authority to update or change policies, rules, and guidelines for the Finance & Administration function consistent with overall company guidelines and policies with approval from the Finance & Administration Manager.
  • The Office Administrator has the authority to represent the company and the company image to customers, vendors, employees, and the community.
  • The Office Administrator does not have authority to commit the company to contractual agreements.  Signing legal contracts is an exclusive authority of the General Manager (unless the General Manager chooses to delegate limited contract signing authority to any lower level positions or individuals).
  • The Office Administrator does not have the authority to initiate or approve capital expenditures.  All capital purchases must be submitted to the General Manager for approval.
  • Authority to initiate and/or approve non-capital purchases necessary to support business needs within any guidelines established by the General Manager with the approval from the Finance & Administration Manger.
  • The Office Administrator does not have check signing authority.
  • The Office Administrator does not have authority to establish or modify banking relationship.
  • The Office Administrator has the authority to provide confidential company information to outside professionals (CPA, legal counsel, banking representative, etc.) and governmental agencies (OSHA, IRS, etc.) as is necessary or required for supporting business operations.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

    • Responsible for assisting the Finance & Administration Manager in fulfilling his/her responsibility for maintaining the financial health of the company; this includes responsibility to keep the Finance & Administration Manager as well as the General Manager fully informed on companies issues.
  • Responsible for managing company overhead accounts within budget.
      • Responsible for assuring that all financial transactions are captured and recorded into the company’s accounting system (ProContractor) accurately, correctly, and in a timely manner.
      • Responsible for assuring file system is maintained and organized

 

  • Responsible for effectively managing accounts receivable for the company including, but not limited to, credit management, issuing customer invoicing, and invoice collections (as needed in conjunction with Project Administrator).
  • Responsible for effectively managing accounts payable for the company including entry of vendor invoices and invoice payment. (As needed in conjunction with the Finance & Administration Manager)
  • Responsible for payroll processing for the company (As needed in conjunction with the Finance & Administration Manger).

 

    • Responsible for generating and providing any and all necessary routine financial reports to appropriate company managers in a timely manner.  These reports include, but are not limited to Weekly Cash Forecast reports, Monthly Budget Variance reports, Project Job Costing reports, etc.
    • Responsible for maintaining the confidentiality of the company’s financial information.  Also responsible for providing financial information about the company’s finances to external professionals (i.e. CPA, banking account manager, insurance carriers, etc.) as is necessary and prudent for managing the business under the direction of the Finance & Administration Manager.
    • Responsible to provide on-going assistance to the company project management staff for handling various project recordkeeping and administrative tasks; this assistance is provided by the Project Administrator position with specific responsibilities defined in the company Project Process Flow Diagram and the related Standard Operating Procedures.  
    • Establishes and communicates specific direction, goals, and objectives for the Finance & Administration functions consistent with company goals and objectives.
    • Responsible for establishing and maintaining appropriate insurances for the business that protect the assets of the company, under the direction of the General Manager.
    • Performs all necessary duties in a manner that is personally cooperative and supportive of all other members of the company management team.  
    • Responsible for advising the General Manager on local employment market conditions as they pertain to setting appropriate pay and salary ranges for all company positions.
    • Responsible for establishing employment and personnel policies for the company and assuring that they are consistent with all legal requirements.  Also responsible for all administrative matters pertaining to those policies.
  • Responsible for the fair and consistent application of employment and personnel policies within the Finance & Administration functions including resolution on any employee issues within the Finance & Administration functions.  Also monitors the application of employment and personnel policies company-wide for fairness and consistency and advises the General Manager of any situations that require attention.
  • Responsible for maintaining current and accurate position descriptions for all directly reporting positions.  
  • Responsible for all human resources record keeping and administrative needs (both required by legal regulations as well as any needs stemming from good management practices).  This includes (but is not limited to):
    • Confidential employee personnel files.
    • All company Position Descriptions.
    • Employee Performance Evaluations.
    • Safety program administration and OSHA reporting.
    • Texas Department of Labor (termination notices, etc.).
    • Responsible for assuring that the company is always in compliance with all laws, statutes, regulations, and guidelines issued by federal, state, and local governments and agencies.  Also responsible for assuring that all company activities are conducted in an ethical, legal, and businesslike manner.
    • Responsible for assuring that all company needs for technology application and information systems are being met in a timely and effective manner.  This will require directing and prioritizing the activities of the company’s outside IT professionals.
    • Responsible for attending trade shows, recruiting events, conventions, seminars, and other meetings to enhance his/her professional knowledge and/or to promote Coppera, LLC in the marketplace.
    • Responsible for scheduling, conducting, and/or attending company and Finance & Administration Department meetings as necessary.
    • Responsible to present a positive and professional image for the company in all dealings with customers, vendors, employees, and the community at large.  Maintains a well-groomed, professional appearance appropriate for the position and business environment.
    • Responsible for managing resume uploads and applicants through Smartsheet and performing the initial interview and onboarding process.
    • Responsible for managing the PHCC education program by signing up new students, arranging lodging, and communicating with program director, etc.
    • Order and track uniform and PPE supply
    • Track and manager office supplies
    • Responsible for tracking and processing expense reports and reimbursements
    • Assist in organizing company events and outings and book travel arrangements as needed
    • Responsible for managing company Facebook and social media image under the direction of the Finance & Administration Manager as well as looking for other brand building and marketing opportunities.
    • Stay up-to-date with local industry news through Construction News and/or other resources. Report back to Finance & Administration Manager and/or General Manager on necessary updates.
    • When necessary, the Finance/Office Administrator will assist in the performance of other position duties.  Although this is not a routine part of the position, the Finance/Office Administrator must perform these duties professionally and with strict adherence to the same procedures and guidelines that the other employees are required to follow to provide a role model for other employees and so that the customers’ needs are satisfied consistently, promptly and skillfully.
    • All other duties and tasks as may be necessary to achieve company goals and objectives or as may be directed from time to time by the Finance & Administration Manager and/or General Manager.

MEASURES OF PERFORMANCE

                  1. Evidence that the Finance/Office Administrator of Coppera, LLC is performing in an acceptable manner includes, but is not limited to, the following:
    1. The Finance/Office Administrator is maintaining acceptable performance against all established metrics under the Finance & Administration function control; specific goals and objectives for these metrics will be established by the Finance & Administration Manager and revised annually.  The metrics may include, but are not limited to:
    • Cost Control – Amount (and/or percentage) over/under budget for company Overhead Expenses.
    • Credit Management – Bad Debt write-offs as a percent of annual revenue.
    • Accounts Receivable Management – Average Days to collect compared to goal.
    • Accounts Payable Management – Average Days to pay compared to goal.
    • Cash Management – Average outstanding balance on Line(s) of Credit compared to goal.
    • Cost of Working Capital – Interest Expense paid by the company compared to goal.
    • All financial information is entered into the company’s accounting system accurately and timely.  All required and requested financial reports are generated and distributed to the appropriate managers in a timely manner.
    • Conducts himself/herself professionally and maintains effective customer, trade, employee, and community relations at all times.  Maintains professional appearance and demeanor at all times.

Acknowledgment

I have reviewed and I understand the above position description and I believe it to be accurate and complete.  I can and will successfully fulfill each duty or task.  I also agree that Coppera, LLC retains the right to change this position description at any time, and that I will be notified in writing of any such changes.

This position description is effective until revised and properly approved.

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