Role Overview

Position will be an integral part of the Field Leadership Organization and will have responsibility for supporting the delivery of many aspects of the Field Leadership Development Program and will be required to individually manage delivery and outcomes of specific components of the Leadership Program as assigned.

This role will work closely with Sr. Field Leadership Development Specialists in relation to Field Leadership specifically related to Foreman, General Foreman, Superintendents, and Field Engineers. This role supports a robust and dynamic development program that seeks to cultivate a strong leadership culture on our projects and retain our top field leadership talent. Roles and responsibilities can rapidly change based on corporate initiatives and candidate should be prepared to make directional shifts as needed to support company objectives. Candidate should have ability to support multiple programs simultaneously.
This role is highly visible within the company and as such, candidate should have versatile communication abilities to address all levels of personnel and management.

Interfaces:
  • Maintains working and active relationship with Construction and Field Leadership Development program
  • management team in creating, coordinating and facilitating Field Leadership development
  • Maintains working and active relationship with Project Management teams
  • Maintains contact with appropriate levels of organization, including business unit, service organization, office
  • Maintains working contact with site IR/LR manager and recruiters

Principal Responsibilities

Facilitator
  • Responsible for all coordination related to conducting the Field Leadership Development program on project to
  • include to interface with Site Management and responsible parties for identification of participants, conducts
  • Performance Verifications, and support of linking activities on project
  • Responsible for the delivery of High Performance Crews (HPC) on the project site utilizing a discovery learning
  • method
Coach
  • Facilitation and debrief activities of the Field Leadership Assessment
Coordinator
  • Scheduling of participants in various aspects of the Field Leadership Development Program
  • Maintains metrics from Field Leadership program, analyze and report to management

The position will require someone with proven abilities to:
  • Problem solve independently and within a team context and propose solutions.
  • Understand the various communication styles and preferences of the audience and adjust the message as needed
  • for obvious interpretation.
  • Recognize, understand and manage own emotions and can recognize, understand, and influence the emotions of
  • others. The ability to manage and/or adjust emotions to adapt environments.
  • Support overall business goals of the company to directly influence various outcomes, deliverables, and actions.
  • Build an inclusive environment where thoughts, ideas and disagreements are encouraged and generated by others
  • to foster greater innovation and problem solving for business success.
  • Facilitate leadership training classes and possess a visible foundation for leading experiential learning.
  • Candidate will over the course of the project need to develop the skills and capabilities for the following:
  • Identify and build development opportunities of applicable leadership resources and modules for gap closure that
  • engages the audience and ultimately leads to leadership behavior change.
  • Candidate should model as well as have ability to coach and mentor employees through leadership and supervisor
  • development.
  • Candidate should be able to identify, evaluate and recommend qualified field leadership for talent pools, promotions
  • and transitions between projects.

Basic Qualifications:
  • Bachelor’s Degree in education, Human Resources, Business, or 4 years’ equivalent degree/experience
  • 2-4 years’ working knowledge in construction environment / workforce development
  • Basic knowledge of Project Life Cycle
  • Must have some classroom facilitation skills and knowledge of Discovery Learning
  • Must have excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to deal with people in a professional manner and to contribute
  • as a member of a team
  • Proven ability to maintain confidentiality of highly sensitive information
  • Ability to work independently and in a team
  • Must be organized, flexible, proactive and have strong written and oral communication skills
  • Must be able to extract, compile, analyze and present data and information
  • Intermediate Office skills (Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook)

Preferred Qualifications:
  • Master’s Degree
  • Proven Construction Experience
  • Advanced Microsoft Office skills
  • Advanced written and oral communication skills
  • Bi-lingual

Additional Information

This is a 2-3 term assignment.
Must be willing to park off site and get transported into the jobsite.
Must be willing to work M-TH 7am-5:30pm, F 7am-330pm with additional overtime as needed. 

Department: PA Chemical Jobsite
This is a non-management position
This is a full time position

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