Career Associates began in August 1990. The company founder is Gene Whorl. Mr. Whorl is a life-long resident of Evansville and the leading “Career Communication Manager” in the area. He provides an excellent mix of corporate and private sector management philosophy and educational background that relates to all levels of candidates and corporations. Gene has counseled hundreds of displaced employees throughout the years and is the go-to-guy when companies are searching for key employees within their organization. A personalized bond is secured with each corporation and individual no matter what level of profession or size of company they are.
The company offers multiple Human Resource services that include Permanent Professional Recruiting, Career Transition Programs for Downsizing Organizations, Career Coaching Services for Individuals, Resume Writing, Interview Training, Human Resource Consulting and Pre-Employment testing services.
Career Associates is unique in its field by offering a variety of employment services that create synergy. Career Associates can provide tailor made human resource programs according to the company requests. Professionalism, Quality, Accessibility, and Timeliness are hallmarks of our commitment to service clients.
Salary and open depending on experience
Responsible for the installation of company’s jobs according to quality standards and job specifications. Manages installation crews, monitors and spot checks installation at job sites, ensures equipment and products are ready and available, and that jobs are scheduled far enough in advance for installation crews to understand the specifications, location and allotted man hours of each job. Accurately maintains all inventory of job materials including ordering, uploading and loading shipments, and overseeing re-stock and put away of all materials. Performs month end inventory of all materials in house and on job sites of job yet to be completed. Presents pertinent information at operational meetings and serves as resource for sales force. Serves as a director on the Leadership Team(LT).
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Manages the Production Department staff by hiring, allocating work, orientation and training, setting performance expectations, evaluating performance outcomes, rewarding and recognizing excellent work, recommending wage changes, promotions or transfers. Communicates regularly with staff members through individual one on one meeting and group meetings. Expectation would be a minimum of a weekly productions meeting with all foreman reviewing the upcoming production schedule and a monthly team meeting. Develops installation skills in disciplines and/or terminates staff.
Responsible for the scheduling of jobs and repair work to ensure the appropriate placement of crews and most efficient
use of company resources. Responsible to keep job schedules up-to-date by the use of the office scheduling board and the open work orders. Ensures appropriate equipment is available and operative, special products are pre-ordered, inventory supply is available, and installation crews understand the specifications, location, and duration
of jobs. Orders and tracks production materials and supplies.
Responsible for applying for and receiving appropriate permits in cities and counties which require permitting. Keeps up-to-date on permitting regulations and requirements.
Visits job sites to recognize and /or re-direct staff behaviors, encourage continuous improvement, and find ways to gain efficiencies and more effective installation methods. Ensures that jobs are installed and completed according to quality standards, safety standards, and job specifications. While visiting job sites ensure day to day feedback to our customer is occurring in a timely and professional manner by the job foreman.