Beitzel Corporation

Job Locations US-MD-Grantsville
Job Title
Division Manager - Electrical
Job ID
2023-2635
Category
Electrical
Employment Type
Regular Full-Time

Overview

Beitzel Corporation is an Industrial Construction and Service Company with nearly 50 years of experience in the Energy, Mining, Industrial Construction, Aggregate, and Renewables Industries. The Corporate Headquarters are located in Grantsville, MD with several offices throughout the country.

 

Beitzel Corporation is looking to hire (1) full-time Division Manager - Electrical. The Division Manager - Electrical will oversee, manage, and guide all aspects of the ongoing Electrical work originating out of the Electrical Division. The Division Manager will report to the Vice President of Operations and the Vice President of Projects and will work out of the Grantsville location. The Division Manager will also work in conjunction with other Division Managers, Directors, and Beitzel Corporate staff, including the Accounting Manager, Compliance Director, Human Resources Director, Quality Control Manager, and Director EHS&C. The Division Manager must have a thorough understanding of all aspects of business management and must be proficient with the products and services provided by Field Services, with the goal of establishing Beitzel Corporation as an industry leader in all areas. The Division Manager must be available during normal working hours and after-hours and weekends to answer calls from customers and employees.

 

Perks/Benefits

  • Comprehensive Benefits
    • Health/Life insurance
    • 401(k) retirement plan
    • Short/Long term disability
    • Paid time off and holidays
  • Paid lodging, per diem, and transportation provided for out-of-town work
  • Employee focused work environment
    • On-the-job mentoring and training
    • Internal job postings
    • Performance and salary reviews
    • Employee feedback program
  • Advancement through defined employee career paths
  • Safety-first and drug free work environments
    • Bonuses and incentives for working safely
    • Company provided tools and basic safety equipment
    • PPE allowances with no restrictions on vendors
  • Weekly pay with premium pay for Sundays and holidays
  • Smart Money program with optional counseling to aid employees with financial goals
  • Scholarship opportunities for dependent children

Responsibilities

  • Safety: In all actions, the Division Manager will promote a culture of safety and empower employees to express any safety related concerns, including:
    • Support and promote the stop work obligation and authority of all employees
    • Knowledge of the applicable governing body’s (MSHA/OSHA) safety regulation and Beitzel Corporation Safety policies
    • Working with associated Managers to implement and prioritize safety initiatives.
    • Collaboration on staff training for designated safety sensitive tasks (i.e., operator qualifications, confined space operations, etc.)
    • Monitoring all processes to develop and maintain a culture where all tasks are performed and completed safely.
    • Immediate reporting or directing the report of any incidents, including near misses, to 888-800-7714
    • Continuously monitoring employee communications for areas to emphasize or improve the safety operations of the Company.
    • Participating in (and leading, when necessary) any required disciplinary hearings or other actions, as required, to correct unsafe employee behaviors.
  • Leadership: As a leadership representative, the Division Manager will know, understand, practice, and promote the following non-negotiable Core Values of Beitzel Corporation:
    • Integrity: No gain or benefit justifies unethical conduct
    • Safety: Working safely is an obligation for every employee, every day. Each employee has the right and responsibility to stop an unsafe act
    • Attitude: We approach each day with a positive attitude for the benefit of our customers, coworkers, and community
    • Ambition: We continually pursue excellence with grit and determination
    • Customer Focused: We contribute to the success of our customers through responsiveness and innovative solutions
    • Adaptability: While maintaining our values, we will adapt and innovate to overcome new challenges
    • Sustaining the Company: We make responsible decisions today for the continued success of the company 
    • As a Manager of the Company, it is critical that the Division Manager strives to carry out the best interests of the Company, including:
        • Promoting Company initiatives (within the business units managed by the Division Manager, from other Divisions, and from Corporate Management) to subordinate staff, customers, vendors, and the general public.
        • Communicating concerns, issues, or grievances to the respective VP for resolution, or to the CEO if resolution has not been achieved.
        • Providing a professional leadership example, following the Culture defined in the Company Core Values.
  • Goal Setting and Long-Term Planning:
    • Each operating Group under the supervision of the Division Manager shall have the stated goal of being a preferred vendor to the markets and customers that it serves. The Division Manager will work with the Electrical Group to define the stated markets and list the top 5 current customers and the top 5 target customers. Some Groups may have sub-Groups within, which will also require the above customer definition.
    • The Division Manager will work with the department managers to generate the following goals and associated updates:
        • Annual goals, with quarterly milestones, for the Electrical Group.
        • Five-year outlook, with annual milestones, for the Electrical Group.
    • By February 1 of each year, the Division Manager should assemble and submit the annual goals, quarterly milestones, and five-year outlook to the VP of Operations and VP of Projects. These will be monitored and updated throughout the year, as needed.
  • Supervision and Scheduling:
    • The Division Manager is responsible for the direct supervision of the following Field Services positions:
        • Electrical Project Managers
        • Electrical Estimator
        • Electrical Superintendents and Foremen
        • Electrical Field Staff
    • For each of the assigned business units, the Division Manager shall lead and participate in:
        • Performing timecard review and requests for time off. Ensuring that, when applicable, Company systems (i.e., Timekeeper) are being properly utilized to track employee start and stop times.
        • Overseeing the writing, reviewing, and updating of job descriptions for each staff member of the assigned business units.
        • Overall staff management, including hiring, disciplinary actions, and recommending separations to the VP of Operations and VP of Projects.
        • Managing the wage review process and recommending associated wage decisions to the VP of Operations and VP of Projects
        • assisting with and monitoring incentive-based compensation programs.
        • Recommending performance-based, discretionary incentive bonuses.
        • Delegating, supervising, scheduling, and reviewing responsibilities.
        • Participating in annual performance evaluations.
        • Establish clear career paths for employees that are seeking advancement and further opportunity with the Company.
  • Customer Service: This position is responsible for maintaining and developing positive relationships with all current and prospective customers and vendors. Duties include but are not limited to:
    • Creating an environment that supports the Customer Focus Core Value, with both external and internal Customers.
    • Collaborating with other Company Teams on business opportunities and strategies.
    • Communicating regularly with the Sales staff on upcoming opportunities.
    • Monitoring relationships with key customers to verify that Customer needs are being met.
    • Evaluating the relationships with the Company’s supplier network to ensure favorable pricing, understanding of product offering, and to develop joint marketing opportunities.
    • Building and fostering a network of referrals to create new opportunities for revenue growth.
    • Resolving customer complaints by investigating problems and developing solutions.
    • Answering Product-related calls and e-mails from customers as well as internal employees.
  • Financial: The Division Manager is responsible for the financial performance of the Electrical Division. The Division Manager will ensure profitability and cost control goals are being met. Duties include but are not limited to:
    • The Electrical Division and any associated projects.
    • Overseeing the establishment of financial performance goals and monitoring systems.
    • Participating in and reviewing the monthly WIP report, prior to submission.
    • Auditing and evaluating project financial performance.
    • Implementing systems, as needed, to improve performance.
    • Providing Corporate Management with information, forecasts and updates on methods being used to improve the profitability/cost control of each operating group.
    • Working with other business units to share lessons learned and to assist in problem solving, as needed.
  • Disciplinary Reporting: The Division Manager shall promptly report to the VP of Operations or VP of Projects on any suspected or proven activity that violates the following Company policies:
    • Drug and alcohol
    • Harassment
    • Theft
    • Any other violations that present an immediate threat or that could result in significant Safety risk
  • Quality Management: In conjunction with Quality Control Staff, Operations Managers and Compliance Director, the Division Manager is responsible for maintaining quality standards and standards of service performance to assure compliance with regulations and specified parameters established by engineering and the customer.
  • Training: In conjunction with other management, this position is responsible for participating in and creating a culture of training. Duties include but are not limited to:
    • Ensuring that subordinate staff is properly trained to Safely carry out their day-to-day job responsibilities and that additional training is obtained when work outside of their core job is performed. This will require the utilization of a skills matrix, which will be maintained with the assistance of Human Resources, Safety, and Electrical staff. The overall management of the skills matrix is the responsibility of the Division Manager and any assigned management staff.
    • Sharing general knowledge and experience is beneficial for the Company.
    • Obtaining necessary training to know, utilize, and promote Company ERP systems.
    • Training staff in proper procedures and facilitating problem solving and constructive communication through regular staff meetings and training.
    • Facilitating training for members and offering advanced training opportunities to team members.
    • Support subordinate members of the Electrical Division to pursue licenses (as applicable) to diversify the Company’s geographical capabilities and to ensure continuity of business and succession planning.
    • Working with Administrative Staff for the tracking of certifications as needed.
  • Signatory, Compensation, and Purchasing Authority Thresholds:
    • The Division Manager is authorized to approve the following standard operating resources: cell phones, computers, tablets, and credit cards.
    • The Division Manager is authorized to assign existing resources to designated employees (i.e., vehicles). Such assignments should be updated in Vista.
    • All equipment purchases over $2,500 shall be submitted to the VP of Operations of VP of Projects for approval, along with any required documentation and justification. The Division Manager can sign for any approved purchases.
    • Any equipment rentals, requiring a commitment longer than 3 months or more than $25,000 total in committed spend, shall be submitted to the VP of Operations of VP of Projects for approval.
    • The Division Manager is authorized to recommend offers of employment, and issue approved offers of employment.
    • and the Division Manager is authorized to recommend wage increases for standard subordinate operating positions as needed and issue approved wage increases to subordinate employees.
  • Administrative: This position is responsible for the overall activities related to managing the assigned business units. Duties include but are not limited to:
    • Monitoring existing and potential accounts.
    • Reviewing records relating to customers, quotes, sales orders, inventory, etc.
    • Analyzing and reviewing the billing processes and timeliness.
    • Supplying the VP of Operations and VP of Projects with information on customers’ needs, problems, interests, and potential for new products and services.
    • Examining competition by gathering current marketplace information on pricing, products, new products, delivery schedules, merchandising techniques, etc.
    • Keeping up to date on market conditions, advertising, and promotional trends through the reading of pertinent literature and consulting with marketing and technical service areas.
    • Keep up to date on Continuing Education for existing licenses.
    • Pursue additional State licenses ( as applicable) for the benefit of the Company to provide a backup for existing license holders or to allow for growth opportunities in new markets.
    • Serving as a mentor and team leader to all areas of the Company.
    • Working with other Division Managers and Operations Management Staff to create and monitor the long-term, strategic growth of the Team.

Other Duties as assigned by the VP of Operations of VP of Projects: The duties listed above are intended only as illustrations of the diverse types of work that may be performed. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related or a logical assignment to the position.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent experience.
  • Must have the ability to problem-solve and to determine solutions for customer. Must be results-orientated and able to work both independently and within a team environment.
  • Must hold at least 1 state master's License (as applicable).
  • Must possess excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Proficiency in using Microsoft Office Suite applications.
  • Valid driver’s license.
  • This position is subject to the Beitzel Corporation’s Drug and Alcohol Testing Policy which includes pre-employment testing.

Working Conditions

  • Sit, talk, hear, read, write, and type.
  • The employee is regularly required to walk, lift, stoop; use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls; and reach with hands and arms.
  • The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds.

Additional Eligibility Qualifications

This position requires the completion of a thorough background and pre-employment drug and alcohol screening. In accordance with The Company’s Drug and Alcohol policy, employees are required to participate in random, post-accident and reasonable suspicion drug and alcohol testing as requested.

 

AAP/EEO Statement 
This Company is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer that provides opportunities without regard to any protected classes under applicable law.

 

ADA Statement

Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

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