Field Supervisor Job Description
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We are recruiting to fill a Field Supervisor position and searching for experienced leaders in the labor movement who are passionate about employee rights and can affect change by motivating staff and leading effective member engagement campaigns. The Field Supervisor promotes the mission, vision, core values, and goals of the Company through internal organizing and representation of members across the State. The Field Supervisor determines and assigns work and areas of responsibility for field staff and ensures staff receives training, coaching, mentorship, and resources needed to effectively perform their duties.
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The Field Supervisor is responsible for all field installation-related services of the builder center. This includes all administrative, field, service, and maintenance responsibilities. Additionally, this position will coordinate the work of operations employees such as field service and contract service workers like cabinet installers, countertop vendors, and custom accessory vendors.
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As a Field Supervisor, you’ll run the operations of drilling sites using the latest technology. You’ll have access to innovative equipment to effectively monitor our websites. You will troubleshoot problems and act quickly to ensure efficiency is maintained for our customers.
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Under general supervision, the Field Supervisor is responsible for professional vocational rehabilitation supervisory work of average difficulty in supervising a moderate-sized staff; and performs related work as required.
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The Field Supervisor identifies and analyzes problems, plans, tasks, and solutions. Monitors team budget and resource allocations to ensure proper use of assets; achieving profitability, productivity, and growth targets. Reports to management and program(s) on team accomplishments, achievements, and productivity. Develops long-range financial and nonfinancial objectives and strategic plans identifying internal and external issues that could affect growth and profitability. Understands customer and program requirements. Provides internal and external presentations on program offerings and savings acquisition initiatives. Analyzes local market data to inform program forecasts.
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Field Supervisor is in direct oversight of crew and equipment on-site and is the direct line of communication between the field personnel and management.
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Become a Field Supervisor and build a better tomorrow. You will supervise a team of construction/maintenance line crews and a Production Specialist focusing on construction activities. The successful candidate will be an inspirational leader taking ownership of the safety of crew members. This person will inspire crews to work safely and effectively, provide direction to crews on the execution of work order plans, and strategically structure work activities within their work unit to optimize safety, productivity, and cost efficiency. This position will report directly to the Operations Supervisor. As a Field Supervisor, your work will help power our planet, reduce carbon emissions, and create cleaner air for everyone. Are you ready to take on the challenge to help us build the future?
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The Field Supervisor provides leadership on a local level for appliance service and installation operations with an emphasis on profitability, quality, and safety.
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The Field Supervisor receives guidance and oversight from the manager. Typically does not perform the work being supervised. Responsible for overseeing highly skilled transmission and distribution work on electrical facilities in a safe, productive manner with attention to quality by supervising line crews assigned to work on all overhead and underground transmission and distribution line facilities. Provides timely, cost-effective, and reliable service to customers.
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The Field Supervisor supervises non-union teams including facility operators, field service representatives, administrative staff, seasonal employees, and contractors focusing on safety, compliance, and operational excellence.
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Frequently asked questions
What does a field supervisor do?
A field supervisor is responsible for overseeing and managing employees who work in the field or off-site locations, typically in industries such as construction, manufacturing, or service. Some of the key duties of a field supervisor may include:
Assigning tasks and responsibilities to field employees
Monitoring field employees' work performance and productivity
Ensuring that field employees comply with company policies and safety regulations
Conducting performance evaluations and providing feedback to field employees
Communicating with customers and stakeholders to ensure that work is completed to their satisfaction
Collaborating with other managers and supervisors to ensure that projects are completed on time and within budget
Managing inventory and equipment used by field employees
Troubleshooting and resolving issues related to field operations.
What skills does a field supervisor need?
Some of the key skills required for a field supervisor may include:
Leadership skills: A field supervisor should be able to lead and motivate employees to achieve their goals and objectives.
Communication skills: A field supervisor should be able to communicate effectively with employees, customers, and stakeholders, both orally and in writing.
Problem-solving skills: A field supervisor should be able to identify problems and develop effective solutions to address them.
Attention to detail: A field supervisor should have excellent attention to detail to ensure that work is completed accurately and to the required specifications.
Time management skills: A field supervisor should be able to prioritize tasks and manage their time effectively to ensure that projects are completed on time and within budget.
Technical proficiency: A field supervisor should be familiar with the equipment and tools used by field employees, as well as any relevant software or technology used to manage field operations.
Flexibility: A field supervisor should be able to adapt to changing circumstances and be open to new ideas and approaches.