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SITE MATERIALS MANAGER - POWER PLANT



Date Posted:January 9, 2014
Category:Administrative
Company:General Research, Inc.
Location:Columbus, OH
Job Type:Full-Time
Website:http://www.grpowerhouse.com/

Description

Contract Position
VERY VERY LONG TERM
High Pay
Expenses
Per diem

Position Summary:  Experienced site construction materials/logistics manager responsible for managing the expediting, receiving, warehousing, and distributing of all material and equipment utilized to build major industrial construction projects ranging from $100M - $600M.

  • Must be a self-motivated individual, excellent communicator, team focused, and be able to work under minimal supervision.
  • Will be working as the Owner site materials manager coordinating and integrating the project's material management process with multiple subcontractors providing input.
  • Will also be working very closely with Owner's site construction team to provide materials/logistics information that can be used to manage the construction activities.


Additional duties include providing material status reports, working directly with equipment suppliers, establishing and maintaining a filing system for all material related documentation, and implementing and maintaining Smart Plant as the master material database.

  • Experience:  Minimum of 7 year experience as Materials/Logistics Manager on major industrial projects.
  • Education:  Bachelor degree in technical/business field or equivalent experience.
  • Systems:  Must be proficient in Microsoft Office, Materials Management Systems, SmartPlant experience a plus.  Other:  Must be willing to relocate to project assignment location.


+++++++++++++GENERAL RESEARCH, INC.++++++++++++++
SUCCESSFULLY PROVIDING CONTRACT AND STAFFING SERVICES----
Over 40 years of electric utility experience.....

GENERAL RESEARCH, INC. specializes in providing contract labor and permanent placements to high-technology industries relating to engineering, construction, infrastructure, the public sector, manufacturing, process, retail and transportation.

 

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