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You enjoy working hard in challenging situations. You’re a self-starter with a passion for helping those in need. You prioritize the hustle, without sacrificing humility. Sound familiar? Then come join us at Mooring.

At Mooring, we have a sincere desire to provide end-to-end solutions across all areas of construction and restoration. We operate 24/7/365 and are seeking someone who is highly dependable and self-motivated. As a valued Mooring employee, you will receive a competitive pay rate, with the opportunity to learn and grow.
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Accounts Payable Administrator 2

Functional Organizational Role

The Accounts Payable Administrator 2 plays a key role to keep accurate records of the company’s outstanding bills associated with projects and other daily operations.  He/she works alongside the AP Supervisor as the point through whom all invoices due to suppliers, subcontractors, contractors, employees, and service providers must pass to be posted into the company’s financial records.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Perform all responsibilities for the full cycle of the Accounts Payable process, including payment made with company checks, payments made with company credit cards, and electronic cash withdrawals
  • Provide reports to the AP Supervisor,  Administrative Services, and Mooring management detailing payables position at required intervals
  • Work with vendors to establish and maintain strategic relationships
  • Audit and reconcile various documents, contracts, invoices, accounts, and means of payment to vendors, contractors, and suppliers including Mooring employees as appropriate
  • Assure compliance with all tax, lien, and payment requirements and documentation
  • Assist with credit card data entry & reconciliation as needed
  • Assist in answering phones
  • Assist with special projects as determined by management
  • Assist in all departments as needed in a large loss event\

Authorities

Reports directly to the AP Supervisor.

Expected Results

  • Consistent, timely, and accurate records of the status of Mooring payables
  • Rapid identification and resolution of conflicts or discrepancies in payables records
  • Build strong vendor relationships
  • Optimized discounts and rebates under vendor programs 
  • Optimal payment period for payables as defined by management
  • Low instances of liens or claims against projects as a result of payable disputes
  • Timely and accurate reporting of payables status

Performance Metrics

  • The average payment period of payables (in accordance with management objectives)
  • Levels of liens against projects from payment of vendor disputes (Acceptable levels to be determined)
  • Quality and timeliness of payable reporting
  • Reduction in payment disputes with vendors
  • Reduction in coding errors of invoices
  • Accuracy of job cost reporting
  • Notifying management when subcontractor work order and PO process isn’t being followed

Required Attitudes, Skills, and Knowledge

Attitudes

  • Organized and sequenced sensitive
  • Task-oriented and results-focused
  • Process directed
  • Positive and team-oriented
  • Fast-paced
  • Handles pressure well
  • Self-directed
  • Open and inquisitive
  • Loyal

Skills

  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Strong prioritizing skills and work sequencing
  • Payables practices, general ledger systems, corporate procedures
  • Office technology skills, G Suite, Microsoft Office (with developed Excel skills)
  • Operations and input relating to the Sage program
  • Analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Conflict resolution skills

Knowledge

  • Accounting, research, and documentation skills including financial charts of accounts and financial controls
  • Construction industry practices
  • Lien filing and removal
  • Payables/cash management understanding
  • Acumatica ERP experience a plus
  • Sage 100 procedures and capabilities a plus
  • Mooring accounting practices
  • Previous experience with job costing

Qualifications

  • 4-5 years equivalent experience in accounts payable 
  • Bachelor Degree a plus
  • Verifiable experience (4-5 years) in accounts payable positions of full-cycle payables functions in companies of at least $25,000,000 in revenues
  • Verifiable experience maintaining W-9 and processing 1099s
  • Accounting procedure experience and/or training a plus
  • Acumatica ERP experience a plus
  • Construction industry experience a plus
  • Restoration industry experience a plus

Pay Rate: Competitive, Based on experience

Job Type: Full-time

Send inquiries and resume to info@mooringusa.com

Commercial Construction Superintendent (Greater Austin)

Austin, Texas Metropolitan Area

The Commercial Construction Superintendent in Mooring’s Buda location directly reports to and trains under the Operations Manager. The Superintendent works to empower our Construction Department by working closely with the Project Coordinator(s), Estimator(s), management, subcontractors, and the customer. Organizational skills are of paramount importance to ensure the quality of work and ease of operation in daily tasks and ongoing initiatives. The ideal candidate is a people-smart leader who will contribute to the process improvement, subcontractor relationships, cost savings, and overall effectiveness of the Residential and Commercial Construction environment. The primary role of the Superintendent is to work onsite to interpret drawings for build-out, utilize subcontractor relationships, deploy subs while overseeing progress to optimize accordingly and keep documentation of these activities accurately recorded in a timely manner. The Superintendent will be exposed to every aspect of the project lifecycle and will be utilized as a subject matter expert on all Commercial Construction as it applies to their assigned projects.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Ability to follow Mooring’s policies and best practices to ensure optimal daily project workflow.
  • Consistent, timely, and accurate records of project statuses on a daily basis and actively driving communication.
  • Proven ability to manage multiple projects at once.
  • Coordinating and overseeing all worksite progress and liaising with the Project Coordinator(s) daily.
  • Familiarizing oneself with each project’s schedule and budget and ensuring timely adherence to these goals.
  • Scheduling and managing subcontractors. Strategically strengthening these relationships is key.
  • Placing orders for materials through various vendors and being the responsible party for equipment and materials on site.
  • Ensuring the quality of each project.
  • Driving initiatives passed down from management and being an active part of the collective team.

Expected Results

  • Dynamic organizational and planning skills, evident by the ability to effectively and efficiently manage a multitude of varying project tasks and expectations.
  • Customer satisfaction is paramount in the Superintendent’s role as the primary liaison between the customer, sales, and the project staff.
  • Rapid identification and resolution of conflicts or discrepancies in the project lifecycle.
  • Optimizing strategic subcontractor relationships and clearly planning the process for utilizing such vendors on a recurring basis.
  • Quality of work must align with Mooring’s and the customer’s standards.

Position Requirements

Attitudes

  • A natural leader with a genuine interest in empowering others
  • Organized
  • Driven
  • Task/process-oriented and results-focused
  • Positive with a never-give-up outlook
  • Handles pressure well
  • Self-directed
  • Team player
  • Open and inquisitive
  • Honest and loyal

Skills

  • Commercial Construction experience
  • Ability to interpret and build according to drawings, specifications, and other documents
  • Developed prioritizing and work sequencing skills
  • Resourcefulness
  • Conflict resolution skills
  • The ability to utilize basic technological tools related to the job
  • Proficient in taking and uploading digital photographs
  • Sage Contractor 100 skills are a plus

Knowledge

  • Residential AND Commercial Construction industry practices
  • Maintaining Vendor (subcontractor) relationships
  • Driving subcontractors under tight deadlines
  • Working with residential AND commercial construction customers
  • Contractual/binding agreement familiarity
  • Ability to speak and write in Standard American English; Bilingual is a plus

Qualifications 

  • 5-7 years minimum equivalent experience as a Superintendent for a General Contractor in ground-up residential and commercial construction
  • Proficiency in MS Office (Word and Excel)
  • Ability to lift 40 pounds
  • Verifiable experience managing multiple projects at a time
  • Restoration industry experience a plus

Pay Rate: Competitive, Based on experience

Job Type: Full-time

Send inquiries and resume to info@mooringusa.com

Commercial Estimator (DFW)

Grand Prairie, Texas

The Ideal Mooring Employee is… a goal setter who never settles for less, friendly, and tactful, curious and honest, focused and willing to go the extra mile. Our team is looking for a new long-term member with experience as a Commercial Sales Estimator, preferably in the light commercial, industrial, and retail commercial markets. Mooring is an established organization with five offices across the American South happily servicing customers nationwide. As a family-owned business, Mooring’s values are those of integrity and hard work no matter the size of the project. Our small but mighty team is composed of honest, hardworking, and friendly people who mesh well in a team atmosphere and individually contribute in a meaningful way every day. We would love to add a new addition to our team who values the same things and is looking for a dynamic professional challenge and longevity. Someone who listens, takes notes, is resourceful, and is independently proactive will succeed in this role.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Responsible for estimating projects and achieving sales objectives while representing the company in a professional capacity
  • Estimates projects while simultaneously marketing and building relationships with clients and finding new opportunities
  • Complete a detailed scope, takeoff, and proposal for Commercial Projects through proposal form/estimating software
  • Work with architects, engineers, designers/firms, property management, end-users
  • Attend pre-bid meetings, walk projects with BDs and/or clients to determine a clear scope of work
  • Contract vendors, suppliers, and subcontractors to obtain hard bids and/or square footage pricing for each bid proposal
  • Seek out new business opportunities and establish relationships that benefit Mooring USA and brand

Authorities

Reports directly to the Director of Estimating.

Position Requirements

Attitudes

  • Team Player with family values
  • Excellence
  • Humble
  • Integrity
  • Boldness

Skills

  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Complete turnkey estimates on commercial projects
  • Complete bid analysis, tab sheets, and leveling of trades

Knowledge

  • Construction industry practices
  • Ability to speak and write in Standard American English; Bilingual is a plus
  • Heavy experience in TI and ground up the following market sectors (Retail, Commercial, and Office)
  • Strong relationships in DFW with subcontractors and vendors
  • 10 plus years of commercial estimating and bidding experience

Qualifications 

  • Degree in Business or Construction Management or equivalent OJT
  • Experience in Commercial industry practices and estimating
  • Loyal and dependable
  • Training in industry standards and procedures
  • Responsible and task-driven
  • Available for travel as needed

Pay Rate: Competitive, Based on experience

Job Type: Full-time

Send inquiries and resume to info@mooringusa.com

Commercial Estimator (Houston Metro)

Houston, Texas

The Ideal Mooring Employee is… a goal setter who never settles for less, friendly, and tactful, curious and honest, focused and willing to go the extra mile. Our team is looking for a new long-term member with experience as a Commercial Sales Estimator, preferably in the light commercial, industrial, and retail commercial markets. Mooring is an established organization with five offices across the American South happily servicing customers nationwide. As a family-owned business, Mooring’s values are those of integrity and hard work no matter the size of the project. Our small but mighty team is composed of honest, hardworking, and friendly people who mesh well in a team atmosphere and individually contribute in a meaningful way every day. We would love to add a new addition to our team who values the same things and is looking for a dynamic professional challenge and longevity. Someone who listens, takes notes, is resourceful, and is independently proactive will succeed in this role.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Responsible for estimating projects and achieving sales objectives while representing the company in a professional capacity
  • Estimates projects while simultaneously marketing and building relationships with clients and finding new opportunities
  • Complete a detailed scope, takeoff, and proposal for Commercial Projects through proposal form/estimating software
  • Work with architects, engineers, designers/firms, property management, end-users
  • Attend pre-bid meetings, walk projects with BDs and/or clients to determine a clear scope of work
  • Contract vendors, suppliers, and subcontractors to obtain hard bids and/or square footage pricing for each bid proposal
  • Seek out new business opportunities and establish relationships that benefit Mooring USA and brand

Authorities

Reports directly to the Florida General Manager.

Position Requirements

Attitudes

  • Team Player with family values
  • Excellence
  • Humble
  • Integrity
  • Boldness

Skills

  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Complete turnkey estimates on commercial projects
  • Complete bid analysis, tab sheets, and leveling of trades

Knowledge

  • Construction industry practices
  • Ability to speak and write in Standard American English; Bilingual is a plus
  • Heavy experience in TI and ground up the following market sectors (Retail, Commercial, and Office)
  • Strong relationships in DFW with subcontractors and vendors
  • 10 plus years of commercial estimating and bidding experience

Qualifications 

  • Degree in Business or Construction Management or equivalent OJT
  • Experience in Commercial industry practices and estimating
  • Loyal and dependable
  • Training in industry standards and procedures
  • Responsible and task-driven
  • Available for travel as needed

Pay Rate: Competitive, Based on experience

Job Type: Full-time

Send inquiries and resume to info@mooringusa.com

Commercial Estimator (Greater Austin)

Austin, Texas Metropolitan Area

The Ideal Mooring Employee is… a goal setter who never settles for less, friendly, and tactful, curious and honest, focused and willing to go the extra mile. Our team is looking for a new long-term member with experience as a Commercial Sales Estimator, preferably in the light commercial, industrial, and retail commercial markets. Mooring is an established organization with five offices across the American South happily servicing customers nationwide. As a family-owned business, Mooring’s values are those of integrity and hard work no matter the size of the project. Our small but mighty team is composed of honest, hardworking, and friendly people who mesh well in a team atmosphere and individually contribute in a meaningful way every day. We would love to add a new addition to our team who values the same things and is looking for a dynamic professional challenge and longevity. Someone who listens, takes notes, is resourceful, and is independently proactive will succeed in this role.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Responsible for estimating projects and achieving sales objectives while representing the company in a professional capacity
  • Estimates projects while simultaneously marketing and building relationships with clients and finding new opportunities
  • Complete a detailed scope, takeoff, and proposal for Commercial Projects through proposal form/estimating software
  • Work with architects, engineers, designers/firms, property management, end-users
  • Attend pre-bid meetings, walk projects with BDs and/or clients to determine a clear scope of work
  • Contract vendors, suppliers, and subcontractors to obtain hard bids and/or square footage pricing for each bid proposal
  • Seek out new business opportunities and establish relationships that benefit Mooring USA and brand

Authorities

Reports directly to the Florida General Manager.

Position Requirements

Attitudes

  • Team Player with family values
  • Excellence
  • Humble
  • Integrity
  • Boldness

Skills

  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Complete turnkey estimates on commercial projects
  • Complete bid analysis, tab sheets, and leveling of trades

Knowledge

  • Construction industry practices
  • Ability to speak and write in Standard American English; Bilingual is a plus
  • Heavy experience in TI and ground up the following market sectors (Retail, Commercial, and Office)
  • Strong relationships in DFW with subcontractors and vendors
  • 10 plus years of commercial estimating and bidding experience

Qualifications 

  • Degree in Business or Construction Management or equivalent OJT
  • Experience in Commercial industry practices and estimating
  • Loyal and dependable
  • Training in industry standards and procedures
  • Responsible and task-driven
  • Available for travel as needed

Pay Rate: Competitive, Based on experience

Job Type: Full-time

Send inquiries and resume to info@mooringusa.com

Large Loss Project Administrator (DFW)

Grand Prairie, TX

​The Large Loss Administrator assists project managers on all large loss projects to ensure a smooth process from project beginning to end.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Utilize Excel & T&M Pro for both estimating and invoicing
  • Work closely with Project Coordinator and Project Manager on and off job site locations.
  • Assist as needed to arrange travel & Per Diem.
  • Inventory & Equipment in Sage
  • Receive & process required paperwork to include crew sheets, material & equipment. Ensure accuracy before receiving from PMs.
  • Daily data entry of each crew member’s time into Sage for payroll.
  • Data Entry of all material & equipment usage per project.
  • Create Invoice Binder with all backup documentation per project
  • Manage temp labor alongside Project Manager
  • Ensure contracts are signed and accurate for the scope of work
  • Job Cost analysis for enhanced job profitability
  • Find & set up new temp agencies to use throughout USA
  • Ensure correct & accurate T&M pricing is utilized per project
  • Ability to travel anywhere within the continental U.S. at any given moment
  • Ability to be away from “home” for an extended period of time
  • Assist ES and Construction departments as needed when CAT project is not active

Expected Results

  • Large Loss jobs are fast-paced, maintaining well-organized paperwork.
  • Most projects are an emergency situation that will require detailed attention at any given time.
  • Invoice needs to be organized and well kept to ensure quicker payment.
  • Work closely with the administrative team & project managers to ensure invoices are submitted in a timely & accurate manner.

Position Requirements

Attitudes

  • Professional
  • Strives for Excellence
  • Boldness
  • Ability to work as part of a team
  • Friendly disposition
  • Eager to learn

Skills

  • ExcellentCommunication
  • Excellent Excel proficiency
  • Accounting
  • Prioritization
  • Ability to work in less than pleasant conditions (Heat, Cold, etc)
  • Extremely organized

Knowledge

  • Understanding of Restoration and Construction
  • Accounting
  • Job costing and job profitability

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Business Accounting or 5 years OJT
  • Ability to communicate effectively and clearly with all staff, Project Managers, and customers.
  • Ability to travel anywhere within the continental United States on very short notice
  • Ability to be out of town for extended periods of time
  • Ability to work long hours as needed.
  • Strong leadership skills.
  • Ability to monitor multiple projects.
  • Problem-solving skills.
  • Ability to readily adapt to Sage 100 Contractor ERP system, Microsoft Office, Gmail, and other software tools.
  • Strong organizational and time management skills.
  • Ability to pass a criminal background check with no felony convictions or misdemeanors involving violence or theft.

Pay Rate: Competitive, Based on experience

Job Type: Full-time

Send inquiries and resume to info@mooringusa.com

Restoration Technician (Greater Austin)

Austin, Texas Metropolitan Area

We believe that building lasting relationships with our local community will lead to satisfied customers, and those relationships start with our great employees. We are looking to hire a restoration technician possessing an in-depth knowledge of nearly all aspects of property restoration. This individual will help us improve our capability to render professional-level service in a timely and quality manner. This is a critical position that will allow us to sustain our competitive edge in the restoration marketplace.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Emergency response, mitigation, and cleanup of properties damaged by fire, water, and mold.
  • Technicians will be required to do the demolition and tearing down sheetrock, pulling carpet, hauling trash and debris, etc.
  • Any prior experience in mitigation work including structural drying, maintaining drying logbooks, setting up equipment, water extraction, etc. is strongly preferred.
  • 24-hour Emergency Mitigation Services are offered so this position will carry a rotating, weekly on-call schedule for after-hours and weekend work. Must be flexible to work any time of day and any day of the week when on call.

Qualifications

  • Exhibits a high degree of attention to detail ensuring the highest quality of workmanship throughout restoration projects.
  • Ability to perform water damage and fire cleaning tasks.
  • Understand and execute work orders in a timely and professional manner.
  • Ability to operate efficiently with minimum supervision.
  • Must have excellent English communication skills, both written and verbal.
  • Willingness to participate in all training as needed or required.
  • Follow established safety rules and regulations.
  • Must be able to lift up to 50-75 lbs.
  • Ability to provide crew leaders and company management with timely and accurate information related to the progress and status of projects.
  • A clean, valid driver’s license is required.
  • A willingness to travel and IICRC Certification (Cleaning and Restoration Certification) is a plus.
Project Superintendent (Greater Austin)
The Ideal Mooring Employee is… a goal setter who never settles for less, friendly and tactful, curious and honest, focused and willing to go the extra mile. Our team is looking for a new long- term member with experience as a Commercial Construction Superintendent, preferably in the construction or recovery services arena. Mooring is an established organization with five offices across the American South happily servicing customers nationwide. As a family-owned business, Mooring’s values are those of integrity and hard work no matter the size of the project. Our small but mighty team is composed of honest, hardworking, and friendly people who mesh well in a team atmosphere and individually contribute in a meaningful way every day. We would love to add a new addition to our team who values the same things and is looking for a dynamic professional challenge and longevity. Someone who listens, takes notes, is resourceful, and independently proactive will succeed in this role.

Functional Organizational Role
The Project Superintendent will be based in our Austin location. This position requires the ability to work in a fast-paced environment and to deal with stressful situations with resourcefulness and initiative. The ideal candidate is a people-smart leader who will contribute to the process improvement and overall organization of the office. The nature of the work demands maturity, courtesy, tact, professionalism, a sense of urgency, confidentiality, technical skills, and interpersonal skills. The Project Manager will be exposed to every aspect of the construction process and will become a subject matter expert on all construction and emergency services office and team coordination as it applies to them.

Responsibilities
● Directs all field staff, subcontractors, materials and activities necessary to successfully complete the assigned project or projects.
● Leads the team to produce a quality product on time, within the project budget, complying with safety standards and exceeding customer’s expectations
● Manages the overall safety of the job site and relevant surrounding areas and sets the tone for achieving positive safety results on the project
● Effectively interprets project plans and specifications
● Leads the development of the site logistics including; public and site safety measures, site security, SWPPP, and truck routing, etc.
● Ensures that each project is built per the plans, specs, building code, and delivered to the client with the highest level of quality
● Effectively creates and maintains schedules relevant to the project. Execute weekly work plan toolset to ensure schedule compliance.
● Responsible for communications with subcontractors about onsite date and schedule performance expectations. Elevate to Project Manager when subs are unresponsive.
● Take daily photos and perform quality daily reports. Store on the network drive or use the software tool available.
● Perform safety and construction inspections as required using systems and processes established
● Promotes a team approach and maintains dialogue with all employees to exchange information and gather ideas.
● Facilitates open communication and management of the job site
● Establishes and maintains regularly scheduled daily huddles and weekly project team and sub-partners coordination meetings as needed.
● Builds and maintains relationships with inspectors, sub-partners, internal stakeholders and clients

Authorities
Reports directly to the Project Manager or Director of Field Operations

Expected Results
● Consistent attention to detail in all customer and vendor relations.
● Rapid identification and resolution of conflicts or discrepancies in office records.
● Dynamic organizational and planning skills, evident by the ability to manage a multitude of varying tasks and expectations effectively and efficiently.
● Optimize and streamline team communication for the benefit of all.

Performance Metrics
● Strategically maintain data entry and excel spreadsheet input
● Maintaining and superseding requests by management
● Attention to detail

Required Attitudes, Skills, and Knowledge
Attitudes
● Team Player with family values:
● Excellence
● Humble
● Integrity
● Boldness
Skills
● Strong written and spoken communication
● Problem Solver and collaborator
● Organized
● Strong computer knowledge
● Preferred software experience
○ Procore
○ MS Project or Primavera
○ MS Office

Qualifications
● Two or four-year degree in Construction Management preferred or equivalent experience
● Minimum 3+ years direct lead experience in commercial construction experience
● Project sizes range from $300,000 to $10,000,000. These range from tenant improvement to small ground up construction.
● Expert knowledge in the means and methods of construction
● Proven track record of successful accomplishment in all phases of supervision
● Knowledge of all aspects of construction (MEP, finishes, envelope)
● Excellent planning, schedule management, and project site logistics management skills
● Strong written and verbal communication skills
● Computer knowledge and efficiency, including MS Office and project management software
● Demonstrated work ethic and leadership skills
● Excellent time management and organizational skills
● Experience managing trades
● OSHA 10-hour minimum requirement, Mooring will facilitate 30 hour certification if not already possessed.

Pay Rate: Competitive, Based on experience
Job Type: Full-time
Send inquiries and resume to info@mooringusa.com

Payroll Accountant (DFW)

Functional Organizational Role

The Payroll Accountant is responsible for performing multiple tasks to provide efficient, timely and accurate payroll processing and submitting benefit payments for the company.

Responsibilities  

  • Process Hourly and Salary Payroll, Commissions, and Bonuses
  • Submit Employee Benefit payments
  • Evaluate Unemployment Benefit Claims
  • Prepare periodic Payroll reports for review with Department Managers
  • Work with Department Managers to ensure proper Department and Job Cost coding
  • Make any necessary job cost corrections via Journal Entries
  • Reconcile Balance Sheet accounts
  • Perform other tasks as requested

Authorities  

This position reports directly to the Accounting Manager, Aaron Witten.

Expected Results  

To process payroll in a timely and accurate manner.

Performance Metrics

  • Hourly and Salary payroll processed accurately and on time
  • Make timely child support, 401k and HSA payments as required
  • Hold themselves to a high level of integrity
  • Be available to work after hours and weekends, as needed

Required Attitudes, Skills and Knowledge

Attitudes

  • Maintain confidentiality
  • Positive attitude
  • Approachable and friendly
  • Goal and Team oriented
  • Quality conscious
  • Focused and driven
  • “Can do” personality

Skills

  • Excellent Computer skills
  • Attention to detail
  • Trustworthy
  • Organized
  • Work well under pressure
  • Multi-tasker
  • Effective verbal and listening skills
  • Analytical and problem solving

Knowledge

  • Payroll
  • Labor Laws
  • Payroll Tax reporting and filing
  • Child Support procedure
  • Employee Benefits
  • ERP Systems (Acumatica, Sage 100 Contractor)
  • Field Reporting Applications (ADP, Paychex)

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree, or Associates Degree in Business Management and/or Accounting with equivalent experience
  • Minimum 2 years payroll experience
  • Loyal and dependable
  • Ability to multitask, prioritize and work efficiently
  • Responsible and task driven
  • Adaptable to change
  • Ability to anticipate work needs with minimum supervision

Pay Rate: Competitive, Based on experience

Job Type: Full-time

Send inquiries and resume to info@mooringusa.com