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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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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

Commercial Construction Project Accountant

Position – Commercial Construction Project Accountant                                                                       

Start Date – Immediately

Benefits
401(k), Health Insurance, Dental Insurance, Vision Insurance, Paid time off, Vacation

Schedule

  • 8 Hour Shift
  • Monday to Friday

About Mooring Commercial Construction

Mooring is a 3rd generation, family-owned Commercial Construction and Disaster Restoration company.  We are reliable and proven professionals for major industries across the continental United States.  Mooring works with a sense of urgency but never at the expense of focusing on every detail.  We execute excellence in everything we do to ensure projects are done right from the perspective of our customers. 

Position

The Commercial Construction Project Accountant works to empower our construction and operations by working closely with Construction Project Managers, Estimators, and Superintendents in daily tasks and ongoing initiatives. The ideal candidate is a people-smart leader who will contribute to the process improvement, cost savings, and overall effectiveness of the Project Accountant environment. The primary responsibilities of this role are to work closely with the Operations and Project Management team in managing project budgets, payables, receivables, subcontracts, purchase orders, and financial closeout requirements. The Commercial Construction Project Accountant will be exposed to every aspect of the construction process and will become a subject matter expert on all construction coordination as it applies to them.  To accomplish the job successfully, an individual must be able to perform, with or without reasonable accommodation, each essential functions satisfactorily.

Essential Functions

  • Perform all Project Accountant tasks throughout the project lifecycle, entering project budgets and adjusting as needed, auditing and filing all contracts/agreements, coordinating the allocation of time and materials, entering Work Orders and Purchase Orders as needed, coordinating the setup of subcontractors/vendors, gathering all closeout documents needed at the finalization of the project, 
  • Oversee the running of various reports at different intervals such as AR Reports, Job Cost Reports, Over/Under Budget/Cost Reports, and others.
  • Work with AR in ensuring that all invoices have proper documentation in order to be sent to the client.
  • Work closely with vendors to establish and maintain strategic relationships.
  • Review and post subcontractor and vendor invoices for projects. Ensure proper routing and coding.
  • Review and post owner project invoices for the projects. Collect all required backup for owner invoices (sub billings, waivers, affidavits, releases, etc.)
  • Work hours as needed in order to meet project deadlines and in the event of emergency services projects.
  • Subcontractors- proper assembly and distribution for execution all subcontractor and vendor agreements for assigned projects. Managing those commitments into the ERP system. Responsible for document storage.
  • Project startup- take the lead on new project setup, which includes but is not limited to
    • Gatekeeper for prime contract routing, execution, and storage
    • Project information setup into ERP system
    • Loading project budget into ERP system
    • Setup project folder and document control workflows
  • Change orders- Enter and post owner and subcontractor change orders into the ERP system.  Route documents for execution as needed. Responsible for document storage.
  • Other duties as assigned

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree in any field preferred
  • 3-5 years minimum equivalent experience performing verifiable experience in document coordination and office administration required
  • Experience with administering contractual agreements a plus
  • Construction industry experience preferred
  • Restoration industry experience preferred
  • Procore Management System experience preferred
  • Acumatica ERP System experience preferred

Physical Requirements

Must be able to sit at a desk and work on a computer consistently; stand, walk, and talk on the telephone frequently.  

Commercial Construction Project Manager (Houston)

Position – Commercial Construction Project Manager

Start Date – Immediately

Benefits
401(k), Health Insurance, Dental Insurance, Vision Insurance, Paid time off, Vacation

Salary
Commensurate with experience

About Mooring Commercial Construction

Mooring is a 3rd generation, family-owned Commercial Construction and Disaster Restoration company.  We are reliable and proven professionals for major industries across the continental United States.  Mooring works with a sense of urgency but never at the expense of focusing on every detail.  We execute excellence in everything we do to ensure projects are done right from the perspective of our customers.

Position

The Project Manager will be based in our Houston 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. To accomplish the job successfully, an individual must be able to perform, with or without reasonable accommodation, each essential functions satisfactorily.

Essential Functions

 

  • Able to read, interpret, and understand all Prime Contract requirements for a project. Understand and execute change order and notification process. Delay and time extension notice process. Payment procedures, execute what contract allows.
  • Execute the monthly/weekly reporting requirements.
  • Overall Project Team Management
    • Manages and maintains project staff meetings, communication strings, and task sets for team members.
    • Works with project superintendents on field production, schedule update. Ultimately be aware of all significant items happening on the jobsite.
    • If not onsite, makes travel arrangements to be onsite as project need requires
    • Ensures the project office and site is cleaned and organized and up to standards.
    • Ensures Project Coordinators are handling their tasks.  Ultimately responsible for their performance. Processing subcontracts, purchase orders, change orders. Processing and preparing owner and subcontractor billings.
    • Works with superintendents on schedule updates, provide feedback and review comments as needed.  Ultimately responsible for project schedule performance. Demonstrates the skills necessary to create and update a project schedule.
  • Buyout, Budget, and Contract Management
    • Completes quality and thorough project buyout on time.
    • Works with Project Coordinator on Subcontractor templates and exhibits correct drawing and specification log.
    • Template language is correct, Quality scope of work used. Be knowledgeable about specific tax, certified payroll, cost reporting requirements.  Verify liquidated damage clauses and scheduled dates included in subcontracts.  Sits down with the Construction Director to create and review the initial forecast outcome.
    • Perform PCOs, PCCOs and maintain project budgets and forecasts.  Maintains a PCO log that tracks all pending, potential, and current cost issues for the project. These would be for internal and exterior changes.
    • Keeps cost reports clean and balanced. Reconcile commitments and budgets. Reviews all subcontractor payment requests with superintendents. Work with accounting to get these turned in on time.   Reviews all subcontractor cost issues with project superintendents. Ensures that the items being submitted are legitimate and the required documentation and backup are present.   Keeps subcontractor cost issues addressed and cleaned up always.
  • Relations with Client and Architect-   Strong, professional communicator to these parties.   Works well with the design team on issues and challenges. Manages them to get the satisfactory responses needed to keep the project moving. Able to review/discuss change and cost issues with the design team and owner and resolve to keep the project moving.   Understands and is the master of what is in the contract documents.
  • Thoroughly reviews and scrutinizes all subcontractor change pricing prior to submitting to the design team and owner for review and approval comments.  Protects the project from weak cost recovery attempts by Subcontractors.
  • Protects the project schedule and reviews all prime changes for cost and schedule impact. This could be a lead time, resequencing, or more scope condition that affects schedule
  • Other duties as assigned

Qualifications

 

  • Two or four-year degree in Construction Management preferred or equivalent experience
  • Expert knowledge in the means and methods of construction
  • Proven track record of successful accomplishment in all phases of supervision
  • Commercial construction experience – specific for large TI’s and ground up. Emphasis on industrial, commercial, and retail.
  • Ability to manage multiple projects (size and location will drive the assignments)
  • Excellent planning, schedule management, and project site logistics management skills
  • OSHA 10 hour, 30 hour preferred

Pay Rate: Competitive, Based on experience

Job Type: Full-time

Send inquiries and resume to info@mooringusa.com

Commercial Construction Superintendent (DFW)

Position – Commercial Construction Superintendent Start Date – Immediately

Benefits
401(k), Health Insurance, Dental Insurance, Vision Insurance, Paid time off, Vacation

About Mooring Commercial Construction

Mooring is a 3rd generation, family-owned Commercial Construction and Disaster Restoration company.  We are reliable and proven professionals for major industries across the continental United States.  Mooring works with a sense of urgency but never at the expense of focusing on every detail.  We execute excellence in everything we do to ensure projects are done right from the perspective of our customers.

Position

The Project Superintendent will be based in our Dallas/Fort Worth 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 Superintendent 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.  To accomplish the job successfully, an individual must be able to perform, with or without reasonable accommodation, each essential functions satisfactorily.

Essential Functions

 

  • 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.
  • Other duties as assigned

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 $5-10 Million and include tenant improvement to 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
  • Must possess a valid driver’s license

Pay Rate: Competitive, Based on experience

Job Type: Full-time

Send inquiries and resume to info@mooringusa.com

Commercial Construction Superintendent (Houston)

Position – Commercial Construction Superintendent Start Date – Immediately

Benefits
401(k), Health Insurance, Dental Insurance, Vision Insurance, Paid time off, Vacation

About Mooring Commercial Construction

Mooring is a 3rd generation, family-owned Commercial Construction and Disaster Restoration company.  We are reliable and proven professionals for major industries across the continental United States.  Mooring works with a sense of urgency but never at the expense of focusing on every detail.  We execute excellence in everything we do to ensure projects are done right from the perspective of our customers.

Position

The Project Superintendent will be based in our Houston 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 Superintendent 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.  To accomplish the job successfully, an individual must be able to perform, with or without reasonable accommodation, each essential functions satisfactorily.

Essential Functions

  • 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.
  • Other duties as assigned

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 $5-10 Million and include tenant improvement to 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 
  • Must possess a valid driver’s license

Pay Rate: Competitive, Based on experience

Job Type: Full-time

Send inquiries and resume to info@mooringusa.com

ES Project Administrator

Position – ES Project Administrator

Start Date – Immediately

Benefits
401(k), Health Insurance, Dental Insurance, Vision Insurance, Paid time off, Vacation

Schedule

  • 8 Hour Shift
  • Monday to Friday

About Mooring Commercial Construction

Mooring is a 3rd generation, family-owned Commercial Construction and Disaster Restoration company.  We are reliable and proven professionals for major industries across the continental United States.  Mooring works with a sense of urgency but never at the expense of focusing on every detail.  We execute excellence in everything we do to ensure projects are done right from the perspective of our customers.

Position

The ES Project Administrator will be based in our Grand Prairie location.  The ES Project Administrator works to empower the Emergency Services department through working closely with the ES Operations team in daily tasks and ongoing initiatives.  The ES Project Administrator must possess advanced computer skills. 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 primary responsibilities of this role will be to support the ES Operations team and ensure daily tasks are being met along with other numerous responsibilities.  The ES Project Administrator will be required to report to the Grand Prairie office daily and as needed, especially during an influx of new Emergency Services projects. The nature of the work demands maturity, courtesy, tact, professionalism, a sense of urgency, confidentiality, technical skills, and interpersonal skills. The ES Project Administrator will be exposed to every aspect of the emergency services administration process and will become a subject matter expert on all emergency services office and team coordination as it applies to them.  To accomplish the job successfully, an individual must be able to perform, with or without reasonable accommodation, each essential functions satisfactorily. 

Essential Functions

  • Perform Project Administration tasks as needed such as Purchase orders, Update Calendars, Dispatch Assignments, Check Daily Field Paperwork for accuracy and process as needed, Log Temporary labor time, Update ES Spreadsheet, Invoicing, Update Programs websites, and complete file reviews.
  • Work closely with the Mooring team to establish and maintain helpful support.
  • Assist with special projects as determined by management.
  • Assist all offices in coordinating the dispatch of ES Operations team members in the event of a large loss. 
  • Other duties as assigned

Qualifications

  • Restoration industry experience a plus but not required
  • 3-5 years minimum equivalent experience performing verifiable experience in office administration
  • Emergency Services / Restoration industry experience preferred

Physical Requirements

Must be able to sit at a desk and work on a computer consistently; stand, walk, and talk on the telephone frequently.  

Pay Rate: Competitive, Based on experience

Job Type: Full-time

Send inquiries and resume to info@mooringusa.com

 

Field Marketing Representative (Houston)

Position – Field Marketing Representative                    Start Date – Immediately

Benefits
401(k), Health Insurance, Dental Insurance, Vision Insurance, Paid time off, Vacation, Flexible Schedule

About Mooring Commercial Construction

Mooring is a 3rd generation, family-owned Commercial Construction and Disaster Restoration company.  We are reliable and proven professionals for major industries across the continental United States.  Mooring works with a sense of urgency but never at the expense of focusing on every detail.  We execute excellence in everything we do to ensure projects are done right from the perspective of our customers.

Position

The Field Marketing Representative plays a key role in the development of marketing campaigns and initiatives, establishing a strong online brand presence to communicate our company, culture and values, and track initiatives to report on results. This position serves to support the Marketing and Sales department by building and elevating our brand through digital, social, and traditional marketing media. To accomplish the job successfully, an individual must be able to perform, with or without reasonable accommodation, each essential functions satisfactorily.

Essential Functions

  • Develop and communicate comprehensive marketing plans, campaign results and project recommendations to senior management team.
  • Conduct market research on consumer needs and requirements and industry trends.
  • Assist in outbound or inbound marketing activities by demonstrating expertise in various areas (content development and optimization, advertising, events planning etc.).
  • Liaise with external vendors to execute promotional events and campaigns.
  • Collaborate with marketing and sales to coordinate brand awareness and marketing efforts.
  • Assist in the development and management of a results-driven social media marketing strategy.
  • Develop and curate engaging content for social media, digital platforms, collateral, and blogs.
  • Ensure creative marketing materials undergo regular review and adhere to brand guidelines.
  • Attend job related and industry events to produce live and post event digital media content.
  • Assist with the development of internal and external presentation materials. 
  • Spearhead the development and certification of MOORING’s continuing education courses.
  • Monitor social media channels and industry sources for trends and opportunities.
  • Manage online reputation and interact with online audiences – responding to social media messages, inquiries, and comments.
  • Manage and coordinate logistics supporting national/regional marketing memberships, events, and conferences.
  • Coordinate the creation and deployment of regular internal and external email marketing campaigns. 
  • Regularly visit projects and worksites to capture media content for MOORING channels. 
  • Provide support to administrative team when planning and coordinating internal events. 
  • Other duties as assigned

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing, Advertising or related discipline
  • 3+ years’ experience in a marketing role
  • Excellent analytical skills and a knack for data analysis
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Skilled in writing and editing content with an attention to detail
  • Commercial awareness partnered with a creative mind
  • Loyal and dependable
  • Strong organization and prioritization skills
  • Responsible and task driven
  • Ability to anticipate work needs and follow through with minimum direction

Pay Rate: Competitive, Based on experience

Job Type: Full-time

Send inquiries and resume to info@mooringusa.com

Project Engineer (Austin)

Position – Project Engineer                                            Start Date – Immediately

Benefits
401(k), Health Insurance, Dental Insurance, Vision Insurance, Paid time off, Vacation

Salary
Commensurate with experience

Schedule

  • Monday to Friday

About Mooring Commercial Construction

Mooring is a 3rd generation, family-owned Commercial Construction and Disaster Restoration company.  We are reliable and proven professionals for major industries across the continental United States.  Mooring works with a sense of urgency but never at the expense of focusing on every detail.  We execute excellence in everything we do to ensure projects are done right from the perspective of our customers.

Position

The Project Engineer will be based in our Austin location.  This position requires the ability to work in a fast-paced environment while dealing 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 Engineer 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.  To accomplish the job successfully, an individual must be able to perform, with or without reasonable accommodation, each essential functions satisfactorily.

Essential Functions

  • Material Procurement- complete ownership of this process
  • Reviews product data sheets/shop drawings against contract documents (plans, specifications, and specific subcontract language) for accuracy and correctness.  Verify quantities and location when applicable.
  • Ensures that items are submitted, reviewed, approved, and released in a timeframe that supports the project schedule.
  • Creates and manages a complete submittal log/register that includes all required components complete with expected dates that coordinate with master construction schedule.
  • Verifies production status of items as needed.  This could include phone evidence, written evidence, site visits, factory visits, storage facility visits, extensive phone calls and/or emails.
  • Works with the field staff, investigate, compose, and electronically issue RFIs to the design team.  Ensure that the RFI is worded correctly, concise, and accurate.
  • Document control – complete ownership of this process.   Keeps all electronic files posted and up to date
  • RFI responses
  • As built measurements and conditions
  • Updated documents from the design team (CPRs, ASIs, PCs, etc.)
  • Revised details via submittal information
  • Field modifications
  • Keeps specifications posted with accepted substitutes or other changes
  • Maintains project site record documents (paper hard copies) in the same fashion as electronic documents. Typically, these are the documents that the subcontractor field staff looks at.
  • Distribution of document updates from the design team (RFIs, ASIs, PCs, etc.)
    • Uses the change transmittals and verifies all affected parties receive the information
    • Follows up and chases down pricing and no cost responses as needed,    coordinating with the Project Manager , distributes to subcontractor field staff (paper mailboxes or electronically)
    • MEP subcontractors get all document updates, no exceptions.    Becomes the master of knowing what is in the project and in the documents.   Becomes a master at reviewing and authoring RFIs
  • Reviews subcontractor billings and change requests with the project management team.   
  • Assists project managers in reviewing change requests against documents and verifying validity of those requests.
  • Project Closeout
  • Manages, distributes, and executes punch lists as needed
  • Archives project files from Procore onto network drive
  • Completes project document closeout requirements with architect and owners
  • Manages attic stock delivery and turnover
  • Documents and (sometimes) attends owner training sessions as required
  • Uses transmittals to document all information and product transmissions. Gets signatures on sensitive items. (Submittals, samples, closeout items, etc.)
  • Performs jobsite safety walks and complete inspection form
  • Takes jobsite photos frequently. These should be specific photos that coordinate with milestone phases of the project (in wall inspections, exterior flashing, finished product, etc.)
  • Assists superintendents in doing layout and dimensional verifications
  • Participates in schedule updates and subcontractor meetings. Handles action items as needed.
  • Maintains and distributes OAC, Staff, and Preconstruction meeting minutes for the project
  • Reads and understands contract and specification requirements for the following
    • Submittal log/registration requirements (numbering system, review times, etc.)
    • RFI procedures
    • Substitution procedures
    • Submittal package requirements
    • Pre-Construction meeting requirements 
  • Other duties as assigned

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree – Construction Management, Architecture, or Engineering
  • Computer knowledge and efficiency\
  • Effective at building collaborative relationships
  • Demonstrated work ethic
  • Excellent time management and organizational skills
  • Willingness to work as a team member in a fast-paced environment
  • Skilled in project management software and equipment
  • Excellent verbal and written skills  

Pay Rate: Competitive, Based on experience

Job Type: Full-time

Send inquiries and resume to info@mooringusa.com

Position – Project Engineer (DFW)

Position – Project Engineer                                            Start Date – Immediately

Benefits
401(k), Health Insurance, Dental Insurance, Vision Insurance, Paid time off, Vacation

Salary
Commensurate with experience

Schedule

  • Monday to Friday

About Mooring Commercial Construction

Mooring is a 3rd generation, family-owned Commercial Construction and Disaster Restoration company.  We are reliable and proven professionals for major industries across the continental United States.  Mooring works with a sense of urgency but never at the expense of focusing on every detail.  We execute excellence in everything we do to ensure projects are done right from the perspective of our customers.

Position

The Project Engineer will be based in our Grand Prairie location.  This position requires the ability to work in a fast-paced environment while dealing 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 Engineer 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.  To accomplish the job successfully, an individual must be able to perform, with or without reasonable accommodation, each essential functions satisfactorily.

Essential Functions

  • Material Procurement- complete ownership of this process
  • Reviews product data sheets/shop drawings against contract documents (plans, specifications, and specific subcontract language) for accuracy and correctness.  Verify quantities and location when applicable.
  • Ensures that items are submitted, reviewed, approved, and released in a timeframe that supports the project schedule.
  • Creates and manages a complete submittal log/register that includes all required components complete with expected dates that coordinate with master construction schedule.
  • Verifies production status of items as needed.  This could include phone evidence, written evidence, site visits, factory visits, storage facility visits, extensive phone calls and/or emails.
  • Works with the field staff, investigate, compose, and electronically issue RFIs to the design team.  Ensure that the RFI is worded correctly, concise, and accurate.
  • Document control – complete ownership of this process.   Keeps all electronic files posted and up to date
  • RFI responses
  • As built measurements and conditions
  • Updated documents from the design team (CPRs, ASIs, PCs, etc.)
  • Revised details via submittal information
  • Field modifications
  • Keeps specifications posted with accepted substitutes or other changes
  • Maintains project site record documents (paper hard copies) in the same fashion as electronic documents. Typically, these are the documents that the subcontractor field staff looks at.
  • Distribution of document updates from the design team (RFIs, ASIs, PCs, etc.)
    • Uses the change transmittals and verifies all affected parties receive the information
    • Follows up and chases down pricing and no cost responses as needed,    coordinating with the Project Manager , distributes to subcontractor field staff (paper mailboxes or electronically)
    • MEP subcontractors get all document updates, no exceptions.    Becomes the master of knowing what is in the project and in the documents.   Becomes a master at reviewing and authoring RFIs
  • Reviews subcontractor billings and change requests with the project management team.   
  • Assists project managers in reviewing change requests against documents and verifying validity of those requests.
  • Project Closeout
  • Manages, distributes, and executes punch lists as needed
  • Archives project files from Procore onto network drive
  • Completes project document closeout requirements with architect and owners
  • Manages attic stock delivery and turnover
  • Documents and (sometimes) attends owner training sessions as required
  • Uses transmittals to document all information and product transmissions. Gets signatures on sensitive items. (Submittals, samples, closeout items, etc.)
  • Performs jobsite safety walks and complete inspection form
  • Takes jobsite photos frequently. These should be specific photos that coordinate with milestone phases of the project (in wall inspections, exterior flashing, finished product, etc.)
  • Assists superintendents in doing layout and dimensional verifications
  • Participates in schedule updates and subcontractor meetings. Handles action items as needed.
  • Maintains and distributes OAC, Staff, and Preconstruction meeting minutes for the project
  • Reads and understands contract and specification requirements for the following
    • Submittal log/registration requirements (numbering system, review times, etc.)
    • RFI procedures
    • Substitution procedures
    • Submittal package requirements
    • Pre-Construction meeting requirements 
  • Other duties as assigned

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree – Construction Management, Architecture, or Engineering
  • Computer knowledge and efficiency\
  • Effective at building collaborative relationships
  • Demonstrated work ethic
  • Excellent time management and organizational skills
  • Willingness to work as a team member in a fast-paced environment
  • Skilled in project management software and equipment
  • Excellent verbal and written skills  

Pay Rate: Competitive, Based on experience

Job Type: Full-time

Send inquiries and resume to info@mooringusa.com

Restoration Crew Lead (DFW)

Position – Restoration Crew Lead

Start Date – Immediately

Benefits
401(k), Health Insurance, Dental Insurance, Vision Insurance, Paid time off, Vacation

Salary
This is a SALARY POSITION paid weekly

Schedule

  • Monday to Friday
  • Weekends as needed

About Mooring Commercial Construction

Mooring is a 3rd generation, family-owned Commercial Construction and Disaster Restoration company.  We are reliable and proven professionals for major industries across the continental United States.  Mooring works with a sense of urgency but never at the expense of focusing on every detail.  We execute excellence in everything we do to ensure projects are done right from the perspective of our customers.

Position

The Restoration Crew Lead / Supervisor is responsible for directing, managing, and achieving operational objectives while representing the company in a professional capacity to ensure proper name branding. Responsible for the successful completion and safety of all operational duties throughout the project. Projects can last several weeks, even months, and may require you to work on weekends, nights, and through significant holidays. One must be available to travel to a potential loss anywhere in the U.S. and have the ability to work long consecutive days without a scheduled day off, usually until the project is complete. The Large Loss Catastrophe and Local Operations Departments require an immediate response at a moment’s notice throughout the year. To accomplish the job successfully, an individual must be able to perform, with or without reasonable accommodation, each essential functions satisfactorily.

Essential Functions

  • Be available to mobilize immediately to a potential loss anywhere in the U.S. 
  • You will be required to be on a monthly on­-call rotation and be able to report a loss of no more than one hour to the warehouse and two hours or less to the job site. You may also be asked to report during an off-call situation if the project requires or as directed by management. 
  • Be knowledgeable in multiple services we provide through education, specialized training, and industry experience. 
  • Must have the ability to motivate a diverse group of strangers (temporary labor) into a cohesive team to perform the task at hand and the ability to get maximum results in a minimum amount of time. Zero tolerance is strictly enforced. Those who do not follow will be removed from the project.   
  • Self-control and professionalism throughout the project, treat everyone with respect. 
  • Adhere to company and safety standards, and follow OSHA and EPA regulations.  
  • To maintain the company image and appearance, each employee will be held to a higher standard and professionalism on behavior before, during, and after hours. 
  • Each person will be held accountable for their actions, and strict nightly curfews are set for Mooring employees traveling due to out-of-town projects established by the company. 
  • Familiarize yourself with the job site and know where off-limits areas, restrooms, parking, and line-up will be located; pay attention to high-risk areas as safety is a top priority. 
  • Attend morning meetings to receive daily assignments, work areas, and safety concerns. 
  • Obtain all PPE, necessary tools, materials, and supplies staged at your work location before the labor is assigned to you. 
  • Prepare labor for LINE-UP, keep your assigned labor quiet in a straight, single-file line directly behind you. 
  • Write down names of labor you will be responsible for during the shift, stay with your crew at all times, or you may experience disciplinary action as a result of unsupervised teams. 
  • Inform the Project Manager of missing labor during each line-up, and use the three-check system to assure attendance throughout the shift. (1-morning break 1- Lunch 1- afternoon break)     
  • Advise crew members to watch their language; standing around and loitering will not be tolerated, and slow or uncooperative people will be replaced.  
  • Enter and exit the work area in a single file line, keeping track of everyone you are responsible for throughout the day. 
  • Conduct quality control (QC) measures throughout your assigned work area. Take the time to check everyone’s work before you are assigned a new task. 
  • Keep detailed notes throughout the day of work assignments, completion of areas, and track material consumption and equipment usage. This is a critical part of the accounting, and all entries must be detailed, legible, and accurate.    
  • DO NOT BE LATE for any line-up meetings. It’s your responsibility to gather your labor after breaks and lunches. Tardiness can result in the removal of the project or termination.  
  • Maintain confidentiality of all company planning, strategies, and information. 
  • Other duties as assigned

Qualifications

  • Experience in restoration industry, including both Fire and Water mitigation a plus
  • Must be able to work long periods of time in extreme temperatures both hot and cold
  • Must be able to respond to service calls after-hours and during inclement weather
  • Must have ability to communicate with others in written and verbal form
  • Requires a valid driver’s license and have a clean driving record
  • Must be able to pass a background check and drug screening
  • Loyal and dependable
  • Responsible and task driven
  • Adaptable to change, multidimensional, fast-paced business needs

Pay Rate: Competitive, Based on experience

Job Type: Full-time

Send inquiries and resume to info@mooringusa.com

Restoration Crew Lead (Houston)

Position – Restoration Crew Lead

Start Date – Immediately

Benefits
401(k), Health Insurance, Dental Insurance, Vision Insurance, Paid time off, Vacation

Salary
This is a SALARY POSITION paid weekly

Schedule

  • Monday to Friday
  • Weekends as needed

About Mooring Commercial Construction

Mooring is a 3rd generation, family-owned Commercial Construction and Disaster Restoration company.  We are reliable and proven professionals for major industries across the continental United States.  Mooring works with a sense of urgency but never at the expense of focusing on every detail.  We execute excellence in everything we do to ensure projects are done right from the perspective of our customers.

Position

The Restoration Crew Lead / Supervisor is responsible for directing, managing, and achieving operational objectives while representing the company in a professional capacity to ensure proper name branding. Responsible for the successful completion and safety of all operational duties throughout the project. Projects can last several weeks, even months, and may require you to work on weekends, nights, and through significant holidays. One must be available to travel to a potential loss anywhere in the U.S. and have the ability to work long consecutive days without a scheduled day off, usually until the project is complete. The Large Loss Catastrophe and Local Operations Departments require an immediate response at a moment’s notice throughout the year. To accomplish the job successfully, an individual must be able to perform, with or without reasonable accommodation, each essential functions satisfactorily.

Essential Functions

  • Be available to mobilize immediately to a potential loss anywhere in the U.S. 
  • You will be required to be on a monthly on­-call rotation and be able to report a loss of no more than one hour to the warehouse and two hours or less to the job site. You may also be asked to report during an off-call situation if the project requires or as directed by management. 
  • Be knowledgeable in multiple services we provide through education, specialized training, and industry experience. 
  • Must have the ability to motivate a diverse group of strangers (temporary labor) into a cohesive team to perform the task at hand and the ability to get maximum results in a minimum amount of time. Zero tolerance is strictly enforced. Those who do not follow will be removed from the project.   
  • Self-control and professionalism throughout the project, treat everyone with respect. 
  • Adhere to company and safety standards, and follow OSHA and EPA regulations.  
  • To maintain the company image and appearance, each employee will be held to a higher standard and professionalism on behavior before, during, and after hours. 
  • Each person will be held accountable for their actions, and strict nightly curfews are set for Mooring employees traveling due to out-of-town projects established by the company. 
  • Familiarize yourself with the job site and know where off-limits areas, restrooms, parking, and line-up will be located; pay attention to high-risk areas as safety is a top priority. 
  • Attend morning meetings to receive daily assignments, work areas, and safety concerns. 
  • Obtain all PPE, necessary tools, materials, and supplies staged at your work location before the labor is assigned to you. 
  • Prepare labor for LINE-UP, keep your assigned labor quiet in a straight, single-file line directly behind you. 
  • Write down names of labor you will be responsible for during the shift, stay with your crew at all times, or you may experience disciplinary action as a result of unsupervised teams. 
  • Inform the Project Manager of missing labor during each line-up, and use the three-check system to assure attendance throughout the shift. (1-morning break 1- Lunch 1- afternoon break)     
  • Advise crew members to watch their language; standing around and loitering will not be tolerated, and slow or uncooperative people will be replaced.  
  • Enter and exit the work area in a single file line, keeping track of everyone you are responsible for throughout the day. 
  • Conduct quality control (QC) measures throughout your assigned work area. Take the time to check everyone’s work before you are assigned a new task. 
  • Keep detailed notes throughout the day of work assignments, completion of areas, and track material consumption and equipment usage. This is a critical part of the accounting, and all entries must be detailed, legible, and accurate.    
  • DO NOT BE LATE for any line-up meetings. It’s your responsibility to gather your labor after breaks and lunches. Tardiness can result in the removal of the project or termination.  
  • Maintain confidentiality of all company planning, strategies, and information. 
  • Other duties as assigned

Qualifications

  • Experience in restoration industry, including both Fire and Water mitigation a plus
  • Must be able to work long periods of time in extreme temperatures both hot and cold
  • Must be able to respond to service calls after-hours and during inclement weather
  • Must have ability to communicate with others in written and verbal form
  • Requires a valid driver’s license and have a clean driving record
  • Must be able to pass a background check and drug screening
  • Loyal and dependable
  • Responsible and task driven
  • Adaptable to change, multidimensional, fast-paced business needs

Pay Rate: Competitive, Based on experience

Job Type: Full-time

Send inquiries and resume to info@mooringusa.com

Restoration Technician (Austin)

Position – Restoration Technician

Start Date – Immediately

Benefits
401(k), Health Insurance, Dental Insurance, Vision Insurance, Paid time off, Vacation

Schedule

  • Monday to Friday
  • Weekends as needed

About Mooring Commercial Construction

Mooring is a 3rd generation, family-owned Commercial Construction and Disaster Restoration company.  We are reliable and proven professionals for major industries across the continental United States.  Mooring works with a sense of urgency but never at the expense of focusing on every detail.  We execute excellence in everything we do to ensure projects are done right from the perspective of our customers.

Position

The Restoration Technician assists Crew Leads in performing services as assigned, following Mooring USA emergency service operation guidelines and communicates with the Crew Lead to ensure quality work is performed consistently at every job.  To accomplish the job successfully, an individual must be able to perform, with or without reasonable accommodation, each essential functions satisfactorily.

Essential Functions

  • Assists Crew lead with performing water extraction, demolition, cleaning and pack-out of contents as needed
  • Remove and dispose of any non-salvageable materials that were affected by the loss as directed by Crew Lead
  • Assist in setting up air movers, dehumidifiers and specialty equipment as directed by Crew Lead
  • Ensure safety precautions are observed on all jobs
  • Follow protocol for safe material handling and removal
  • Ensure all direction given by Crew Lead achieves Mooring USA emergency service operation guidelines
  • Ensure the quality of work provided meets or exceeds company standards and customer expectations.
  • Assist Crew Lead in cleaning and maintaining vehicles, equipment, and warehouse as needed
  • Communicate any and all information pertaining to the job to the Crew Lead
  • Resolve problems quickly as they arise
  • Support team members
  • Other duties as assigned

Qualifications

  • Experience in restoration industry, including both Fire and Water mitigation a plus
  • Must be able to work long periods of time in extreme temperatures both hot and cold
  • Must be able to respond to service calls after-hours and during inclement weather
  • Must have ability to communicate with others in written and verbal form
  • Requires a valid driver’s license and have a clean driving record
  • Must be able to pass a background check and drug screening
  • Loyal and dependable
  • Responsible and task driven
  • Adaptable to change, multidimensional, fast-paced business needs

Pay Rate: Competitive, Based on experience

Job Type: Full-time

Send inquiries and resume to info@mooringusa.com

Support Specialist (DFW)

Position – Support Specialist, DFW

Start Date – Immediately

Benefits
401(k), Health Insurance, Dental Insurance, Vision Insurance, Paid time off, Vacation

Salary
From $40,000 a year

Schedule

  • 8 Hour Shift
  • Monday to Friday

About Mooring Commercial Construction

Mooring is a 3rd generation, family-owned Commercial Construction and Disaster Restoration company.  We are reliable and proven professionals for major industries across the continental United States.  Mooring works with a sense of urgency but never at the expense of focusing on every detail.  We execute excellence in everything we do to ensure projects are done right from the perspective of our customers.

Position

A Support Specialist is the supportive force for the Human Resource, Safety, and IT departments.  We are currently seeking someone stellar to take the reins. The ideal professional for the role is a flexible problem solver with superb communication skills with a detail-oriented mindset. He/she should have prior experience thriving in an administrative capacity in an office environment. Multitasking and the unique ability to deftly handle the unexpected are essential qualities to bring to the position.  To accomplish this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform, with or without reasonable accommodation, each essential function satisfactorily. 

Essential Functions

  • Assume responsibility for distribution of routine departmental communications such as, but not limited to, monthly birthday announcements, office holiday reminders, interview invitations, and employee recognition
  • Send in person interview invitations, coordinate all in-person interview logistics and communication with all applicants on position status as requested or as assigned
  • Maintain Predictive Index spreadsheet 
  • Maintain Employee of the month spreadsheet and communications
  • Carrying out clerical duties such as responding to emails, and preparing documents, including office correspondence, memos, and resumes
  • Assist with planning and execution of Human Resources projects and events such as, but not limited to, new hire orientations and trainings
  • Work directly with executive director of administration on planning company office activities such as holiday parties.
  • Provide exceptional internal and external customer service by providing timely accurate information in response to HR, Safety, and IT related inquiries and requests
  • Enter new employees into safety software in preparation for orientation
  • Maintain Safety spreadsheets and record meeting minutes of all safety committee meetings
  • Assist Safety Director as needed
  • Perform various administrative and general office duties and various other tasks as may be assigned from time to time by the Senior HR Manager and Safety Director
  • Assist in purchasing, issuing, and tracking IT equipment; maintain IT spreadsheets for accountability
  • Perform other duties as assigned

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration or minimum 3 years OJT experience
  • Previous success in Human Resources, Construction Safety, and I.T. involvement
  • Experience developing internal processes
  • Comfortable handling confidential information
  • Ability to adapt to changing situations in a calm and professional manner

Physical Requirements

Must be able to sit at a desk and work on a computer consistently; stand, walk, and talk on the telephone frequently.  

Pay Rate: Competitive, Based on experience

Job Type: Full-time

Send inquiries and resume to info@mooringusa.com

URGENTLY HIRING PICKER – FORKLIFT OPERATORS (Florida)

URGENTLY HIRING PICKER – FORKLIFT OPERATORS

We are immediately hiring certified forklift operators for a 2–3-month project in Florida.  This position is primarily responsible for safely operating equipment for the purpose of moving products and placing in proper locations.  Must have experience working in a warehouse or construction site.   

Employment Type

  • 2–3-month Project

Compensation

  • $30-35 hourly

Schedule

  • 7 days a week
  • 12 hours a day
  • Day/Night shifts available

Benefits

  • $30 – $35 per hour
  • Overtime
  • Per diem
  • Lodging provided

About Mooring Commercial Construction

Mooring is a 3rd generation, family-owned Commercial Construction and Disaster Restoration company.  We are reliable and proven professionals for major industries across the continental United States.  Mooring works with a sense of urgency but never at the expense of focusing on every detail.  We execute excellence in everything we do to ensure projects are done right from the perspective of our customers.

Essential Functions

  • Operates picker/forklift equipment in and around warehouse
  • Load, unload, move, relocate products and merchandise to appropriate locations
  • Conducts operations in a manner that promotes safety
  • Conducts operations in compliance with OSHA standards
  • Interact with supervisors, leads, and other team members with information exchanges related to immediate tasks
  • Work in a fast-paced environment
  • Perform other duties as assigned

 Qualifications

  • Forklift certification
  • Previous picker experience a plus
  • Ability to handle physical workload
  • Strong work ethic
  • Familiarity with pallet jack, forklift, and other industrial equipment

Pay Rate: Competitive, Based on experience

Job Type: Full-time

Send inquiries and resume to info@mooringusa.com

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