Interested in joining the PCI team? Explore the open positions below. If you believe you are a good fit for any of the open positions, please send your resume, accompanied with a cover letter which includes your salary expectations and summarizes why you are qualified for the position to the contact information in the position below. If you are looking for opportunities through the industry, visit the Precast Careers page.

Posted: 9/22/2020
 (GA, NC, SC)

Georgia/Carolinas PCI (G/C PCI) is an independent, not-for-profit, regional Chapter of the Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute, (PCI) serving all PCI Certified, producer members in Georgia, North Carolina and South Carolina. Our primary mission is to enhance the precast industry’s technical, marketing, and educational promotional efforts to grow market share, by advancing the design, manufacture and use of precast and prestressed concrete products.  

Georgia/Carolinas PCI, one of the leading, affiliate chapters of PCI, is currently seeking a senior level executive to replace our current Executive Director who is retiring after 20 years in this position. The successful candidate will be an accomplished self-starter who will help lead the association in the shared vision and mission established by the G/C PCI Board of Directors.  

The ideal candidate will have 10+/–  professional years or appropriate experience in a management position and an educational background in architecture, engineering, construction management or marketing with knowledge and experience in commercial and/or transportation design and construction. Precast industry experience/knowledge is preferred and a professional license is a plus, but not required. Strong marketing skills and promotion background and are essential. The position requires a significant amount of regional, with some national travel. 

The ideal candidate will embody the following personal characteristics: 

  • Integrity – in everything the candidate does / honest, operates with moral and ethical values 
  • Humility – has a servant mindset, in lieu of a me first attitudeSelf-starter / self-motivated / driven to achieve 
  • Highly organized and efficient 
  • Ability to multi-task and prioritize 
  • Excellent verbal, written and presentation communication skills 
  • Good facilitator and negotiator 
  • Ability to build teams and consensus among disparate individuals and organizations
  • Digitally adept (Microsoft office – Word, Excel, PowerPoint, QuickBooks, social media, etc.)
Excellent Benefits Package:  
  • Competitive salary commensurate with experience
  • Association pays 100% of employee’s health, vision and dental coverage 
  • 401(k) retirement plan – association pays 3% safe harbor plus current 3% discretionary 
  • Short & long-term disability, optional life insurance 
  • Holidays, vacation and sick leave 
  • Auto allowance 
  • Travel reimbursement 

Position reports to: G/C PCI Chairman (plus Executive Committee & Board of Directors) 

All submissions will be kept confidential. 

Submit resume and cover letter highlighting why you are interested and qualified for this position to: Rob Smith, G/C PCI Chairman (and VP/GM, Tindall Corporation, Georgia Division) at: info@gcpci.org

JOB TITLE: Executive Director 

OBJECTIVE: To manage the Association affairs of Georgia/Carolinas PCI and help grow the precast/prestressed concrete industry through technical, educational and marketing promotion in GA, NC and SC. 

FUNCTION: To serve as the chief staff officer and marketing director under direction of the G/C PCI Chairman, Executive Committee and Board of Directors. To be responsible for all association administration, and marketing responsibilities for both commercial and transportation markets as outlined below.  

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: The Executive Director shall perform administrative and marketing tasks, and such duties and services as may be requested by the Board of Directors of the Association in accordance with its bylaws and consistent with Executive Director’s role in the Association and the terms of his/her Employment Agreement. The Executive Director has the full authority and responsibility for managing the Chapter and all programs within established guidelines. 

ASSOCIATION ADMINISTRATION: 
1. Mission Leadership – Oversee the Association strategic plan development and implementation. 
2. Governance and Management – Manage the day to day affairs of the Association, including governance of bylaws and policies. 
3. Association Finances and Accounting - Develop and manage the Association’s annual budget, invoice and collect membership dues, coordinate tax filings (Form 990), payroll and benefits, seek additional sources of funding, including preparation and presentation of funding request from the Southeast Cement Promotion Association (or similar). 
4. Legal Compliance – Maintain compliance with IRS not-for-profit regulations and maintain business license. 
5. Consultants Coordination – Manage accountant, bridge consultant, marketing, etc., as required. 
6. Documents and Files – Maintain the Association files including bylaws, policies, meeting agendas, minutes, reports, mailing lists, etc. 
7. Membership – Promote and maintain Association membership, recruit producer and associate member firms, keep membership records, and maintain upkeep of digital membership directory. 
8. Membership Communications – Write and distribute member electronic communications and provide periodic activities reports. Maintain regular contact with G/C PCI members via meetings and visits. 
9. Membership Meetings – Plan and coordinate the Association’s Annual Meeting and special Board Meetings. 
10. Website and Social Media – Manage the Association website including regular updates of producer and associate member directory, calendar, seminar/webinar information, project profiles, and create social media. 
11. Committee and Task Group Liaison – Serve as liaison to all G/C PCI committees and task groups, including but not limited to Board of Directors, Executive Committee, Bridge Committee, Commercial Marketing Committee, Education Committee and Membership Committee. 
12. Association Relationship with PCI – Manage the relationship with our national association, including the ‘Chapter’ affiliate agreement and liaison with national staff, as appropriate. Represent the Chapter at PCI National Convention, PCI Committee Days and serve on the Regional Council and other PCI committees including, but not limited to, marketing committees, educational committees, R&D, and technical committees, as appropriate. 

MARKETING & PROMOTION:
Grow market share by providing technical resources and continuing education to the A/E/C industry and higher educational institutions. Create programs targeted to grow and expand the market for precast and prestressed concrete solutions, thus creating greater opportunity for our members – both producer and supplier, to promote and sell their products. 
1. Marketing Program - Develop, execute and maintain a detailed marketing program directed at key decision makers (owners, architects, engineers, contractors, academics) in the commercial (buildings) market, transportation (bridge) market and higher education institutions. 
2. G/C PCI Brand - Develop a branded program of promotional and marketing material (advertising, tradeshow exhibit, collateral material, etc.) in concert with the PCI national brand. 
3. Advocacy (Bridge Market) - Coordinate periodic joint meetings with each State DOT and bridge producer members. And coordinate the Prestressed Concrete Economical Fabrication (PCEF) Committee (FHWA, 3-State DOTs, Research Universities and G/C PCI bridge producers). Facilitate DOT engineer participation in the PCI Convention and National Bridge Conference. 
4. Advocacy (Commercial Market) - Maintain relationships and be active in various allied industry associations (AIA, CSI, DBIA, SAME, ASCE, A4LE, SCUP, etc.). Participate in industry association conferences and trade shows (exhibit, sponsor, present). 
5. Industry Promotion – Promote and market the attributes and benefits of precast and prestressed concrete products, systems and solutions to Architects, Engineers, Owners, Contractors and Academics. 
6. Professional Continuing Education - Coordinate and conduct presentations (lunch & learns, webinars, seminars) as continuing education of A/E/C designers and specifiers to promote and influence use of precast/prestressed concrete products and solutions for both the Commercial and Bridge Markets. 
7. Technical Resources - Provide technical resources for the A/E/C industry to further promote precast and prestressed concrete solutions, (PCI technical materials). 
8. University Programs - Provide academic opportunities including student education for area architecture, engineering and construction management schools, including presentations, hands-on learning experiences, plant and project tours. Promote careers in the precast industry. And facilitate participation in G/C PCI and PCI events, including the PCI Convention and PCI Committee Days. 
9. PCI Foundation Curriculum Grants – Propose, coordinate, facilitate and participate in PCI Foundation curriculum grant programs at area universities. 
10. Lead Distribution – Provide relevant project information and leads to members, as it is acquired. 

ED Search Task Group Milestones: 
September 21, 2020 – Advertise Executive Director position 
October 23, 2020 – Candidate submissions due (letter of interest & resume) November 2020 – Review and shortlist qualified candidates  
November 2020 – Short list interviews (held in Atlanta area) 
December 2020 – Candidate selected and hired 
January 1, 2021 – New ED starts (and onboarding with retiring ED) 

Posted: 9/16/2020
 (Lino Lakes, MN)

Molin Concrete Products Company is a PCI certified designer, manufacturer, and erector of precast/prestressed structural and architectural concrete products. A career at Molin is more than just a job. It's an opportunity to be a part of an industry-leading company with a real passion for delivering excellence. As a long-standing employee-owned (ESOP) company, Molin places high value on every team member's contributions. With unparalleled employee retention, Molin provides fantastic growth opportunities for people passionate about concrete products and excellent customer service. Make your passion into a career by joining the Molin team today.

Title:  Project Superintendent

Position Summary: Self-motivator, leader, and mentor, who champions the collaboration, communication and documentation efforts of Molin’s project and site specific precast concrete erection requirements. The ideal candidate will have either precast concrete erecting experience or commercial construction experience. This individual will be the pipeline between Molin Concrete Field Operations Department and our external customers (CMGC), who leads with a creative approach to solving complex and unique project and site constraints to the benefit of Molin Concrete. The candidate will utilize their industry experience and knowledge, with the goal of placing Molin Concrete’s Field erecting crews in the best position to erect projects in a ready, safe, effective, and efficient manner.

Essential Functions:

  • Manage and control assigned projects, overseeing the job site-specific coordination, documentation, and collaboration requirements between Molin Concrete Products and CMGC’s.
  • Collaborate with Molin Project Manager and Molin Field Manager, to develop an efficient, effective, and safe erection of all projects.
  • Establish, document, and communicate precast erection schedule, sequence, and direction with CMGC and other Molin departments.
  • Coordination and documentation with the CMGC, to ensure required truck and crane access roads/pads are achieved to the needs of Molin Concrete Products and prior to mobilization.
  • Thorough documentation via digital platform (Bluebeam, AutoCAD or other), to CMGC and Molin Concrete of all job site specific, site readiness, logistical requirements.
  • Visit, inspect, and field verify the jobsite prior to Molin crew mobilization and installation date.
  • Establish and coordinate requirements for Molin Field Quality Control to perform site layout and survey prior to erecting crew arrival onsite and to minimize mistakes in Drafting, Production and other trades. Minimize the need for rework by Field Installation crews.
  • Develop and communicate site specific safety plans and review with erection foreman prior to site mobilization.
  • Provide constructability and design input based on field erecting experience.
  • Provide pre, active and post installation quality control reviews of precast concrete erection. Collaborate with Field Quality Control on jobsite visits and documentation.
  • Work directly with equipment vendors to coordinate and schedule rented machinery that satisfies project requirements in a safe, efficient, and cost-effective manner.
  • Coordinate and schedule Molin subcontractors (caulking, grouting, etc.) as required for project completion.
  • Develop and collaborate with Project Manager on installation plans, crane requirements and crane layout for each assigned project that results in a safe, efficient, high quality outcome.
  • Collaborate with contractors and other internal departments through pre-construction and planning phases.
  • Lead efforts for corrective measures needed for ongoing and/or completed projects to satisfy customers demands. Communicate corrective action to internal and external customers.
  • Collaborate with Molin Field Manager to coordinate availability of internal resources (crane, crew, etc.) to support customers’ schedules.
  • Promptly communicate critical information to internal customers such as delivery dates and installation sequence/direction. Participate in weekly Project Management meetings to monitor alignment of Engineering/Drafting/Production goals with changing customer demands as projects progress.
  • Provide coaching, mentoring and leadership that reinforces Molin’s commitment to promoting safety in every aspect of the project. Incorporate safety in all decision-making. Confront all unsafe situations/actions.
  • Coaching, training and mentoring of Molin Field personnel.
  • Responsible for proper documentation of information exchanged at site and internal meetings relevant to project execution and for updating systems for easy access by all stakeholders. All verbal commitments on jobsites are to be documented, signed off by customers.

Added Responsibilities:

  • Acceptance that this position requires the individual to either have experience with or learn the use of standard industry digital software tools (Bluebeam, AutoCAD, other) and communication methods (email, text messaging).
  • Attend CMGC project meetings as required.
  • Maintain or obtain PCI Certified Field Auditor (CFA) Certification within 1 year of hire date.
  • Willingness to learn and implement new industry means, methods, technologies, and processes.
  • Regional travel as required for projects.

Education and Experience:

  • B.S. in Construction Management or related course of study preferred, or 10 years of industry specific experience.
  • At least seven years of construction industry experience, preferably in the Precast Concrete Industry.

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:

  • PCI Tolerances and allowances
  • Pre-Cast Concrete Grouting Principles
  • Crane Principals and requirements
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong leadership, organizational, and decision-making skills
  • Ability to work effectively in a team environment
  • An understanding of construction principles with the ability to interpret construction drawings
  • Proficient PC skills particularly with Microsoft Office products and databases or willingness to learn
  • Proficient with Bluebeam, Plan Grid and other industry technology, or willingness to learn
  • Excellent internal and external customer service skills
  • Ability to manage multiple tasks and changing priorities
  • Ability to think conceptually as well as attend to detail
  • Ability to understand and prioritize the various needs of all stakeholders to include owners, CMGC's, architects, engineers, subcontractors, and internal customers

Competencies necessary for Success:

  • Establishing Focus: The ability to develop and communicate goals in support of the business’ mission.
  • Leadership: Able to motivate others to take personal responsibility; mobilize people to face, define, and solve problems; develop capacity of others to adapt change; lead past status quo to achieve new levels of excellence or change.
  • Developing Others: The ability to delegate responsibility and to work with others and coach them to develop their capabilities.
  • Influencing Others: The ability to gain others’ support for ideas, proposals, projects, and solutions.
  • Motivation: Able to present information or new ideas in such a way others get excited; use a positive approach to motivate others at any level of the organization.
  • Managing Change: The ability to demonstrate support for innovation and for organizational changes needed to improve the organization’s effectiveness; initiating, sponsoring, and implementing organizational change; helping others to successfully manage organizational change.
  • Team Building: Able to develop team effort; confront negative attitudes to build commitment and morale; get facts with competing perspectives to learn from one another; integrate efforts and talents of team members.
  • Commitment / Diligence: Able to persevere in accomplishing tasks or objectives; commit to long hours of work; do everything possible to reach goals; have a sense of urgency about getting results.
  • Prioritizing: Able to quickly focus on what is important: establish a sequence of tasks and completion dates, set priorities, and allocate time and resources when faced with competing demands.
  • Communication: Effectively deliver a message to employees, customers, vendors, or management team in a group or individual setting so it is received and understood.
  • Results Orientation: The ability to focus on the desired result of one’s own or one’s unit’s work, setting challenging goals, focusing effort on the goals, and meeting or exceeding them.
  • Profitability: The ability to execute these leadership qualities is an instrumental part of increasing the profitability of the company.

Licenses/Certificates:

  • Valid driver’s license with safe driving record
  • PCI certifications desirable

Physical Demands:

  • Continuous standing or walking on jobsites
  • Occasional walking, standing, and carrying up to 50 pounds
  • Frequent finger/wrist movement for keyboard use
  • Acuity for near vision required; distance acuity occasionally
  • Infrequent bend/twist, push/pull, reach, and grasp
  • Hearing for communication and safety
  • Crouch, stoop, reach, balance, squat, kneel, crawl, push, and pull infrequently
  • Bend at waist, twist, climb ladders, climb stairs, use of shoulders 1 hour per day

Environmental & Working Conditions:

  • Frequent visits to construction sites:
  • Frequent travel throughout Twin-Cites Metro area and out-of-town travel requiring overnight stay
  • Exposure to extreme temperatures
  • Exposure to uneven /slippery work surfaces
  • Exposure to noisy work environment
  • Exposure to heavy machinery and power tools
  • Climbing and balancing (ladder / scaffold) occasionally
  • Ability to travel by vehicle and sit for long periods of time

Navigation of uneven terrain on project sites

Please send all resumes to careers@molin.com 

Posted: 9/14/2020
 (Lexington, KY)

FSLA Code:       Non-Exempt

The Production Engineering Associate position is a full-time position responsible for the production of precast deliverables including but not limited to erection drawings, piece tickets, advanced bill of materials, quantity take off and, hardware shop tickets. This position will use BIM software to achieve a high level of accuracy to avoid delay and conflict during the fabrication of panels. Achievement of responsibilities is accomplished through:

Leadership

  • Create foundational trust based on the highest integrity and the dignity of every person
  • Facilitate project design process with architects / engineers/ project manager/ production
  • Ensure projects are completed on time in accord with the project schedule
  • Manage time appropriately to meet or beat hours allotted for project
  • Ensure effective communication and information regarding design or schedule issues that will affect goal achievement.
  • Maintain a strict commitment to adhering to the prescribed workflow for Non-Conformance Reports (NCR), Request for Engineering (RFE), Remedials and Revisions.

Creation/Development/Maintenance

  • Review erection drawings
  • Review production schedule
  • Create production tickets that adhere to Bristol standards
  • Provide bill of material for assemblies and or entire project
  • Minor model adjustments required to correct ticket items
  • Review shop tickets for conformance with the erection drawings
  • Create and or revise specific details using Bristol standards
  • Consistently meet production schedule goals
  • Plant visits to observe production methods
  • Site visits to observe erecting methods
  • Communicate with the plant to help resolve production issues
  • Communication with the project manager to help resolve erecting issues

Success of the position is measured by:

  • Complete and accurate fabrication drawings with minimal field changes
  • Production engineering services delivered on time, as measured by schedule adherence
  • Accurate bills of materials, hardware shop tickets, pour sequence, bracing plans, etc.
  • Customer satisfaction

To perform this job successfully the employee must have the following:

  • A two-year degree in Engineering or related field
  • Experience with industry standard software, including Revit, Edge^Revit desired
  • Experience detailing with Revit.  Precast or Prestress detailing desired
  • The ability to communicate at a high level, both receiving and disseminating information for clear understanding
  • The ability to understand broad direction and execute plans to meet that direction
  • Willingness and ability to learn new skills
  • Attention to detail
  • Proficient in Windows based systems, such as Microsoft Office
  • Other duties may be assigned as needed by the immediate supervisor.

 Applicants can apply via the Bristol Group, Inc. Linked In page or by sending your resume to sfister@bristolgrp.com.

Posted: 8/17/2020
 (South Beloit, IL)

Do you drive by buildings and wonder, how’d they do that?  Do you look at a building and know how they did that?

Mid-States Concrete Industries is looking for an innovative, detail-oriented, highly motivated, and exceptionally positive Project Engineer (PE, SE, EIT) with precast concrete knowledge and experience.

The rock star Project Engineer is passionate and confident in their ability to work as a team to create a successful project – for multiple projects at a time.  The ideal candidate possesses top-notch leadership skills, awesome communication skills and the can-do attitude necessary to transform construction documents into the multi-family apartment building a newlywed couple calls their first home, while meeting deadlines.

We’re a team, so come with an excellent work ethic, integrity, and willingness to take initiative and speak up with your ideas.

A day in the life of a Project Engineer will include working with the team to start a project off right; asking the questions necessary to ensure the success of a project; sorting out all RFIs prior to beginning engineering; reviewing drawings, calcs, and piece tickets; generating computations; and working on three-to-five projects at a time.

A four-year degree in Civil Engineering or a related field is a must, as is precast knowledge.  The ideal candidate will be able to hit the ground running.

At Mid-States Concrete, we live The Mid-States Way every day and believe that being a little weird is a good thing, so a good sense of humor is a must.  Our vision is to change the world by being the safest and most innovative precast building company.  Are you the one to help us do that? Visit msprecast.com to learn more.

Project Engineer  

Job Summary:

This position has duties and responsibilities in the following areas: to prepare computations and be responsible for drawings for precast concrete components and structures while maintaining a primary focus on public safety, cost, and schedule.  To provide support and direction to project designers and project leaders in order to facilitate timely progress on assigned projects.  To work with and assist sales, production, quality control, project managers, field personnel, contractors, architects, and engineers.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Prepare structural computations for precast components, precast structures, and any associated connections.
  • Specify design requirements for precast components, precast structures, and any associated connections.
  • Submit RFIs as needed to complete the computations and needed to specify design requirements.
  • Check submittal drawings prepared by project designer for conformance with the intent of contract documents and the specified design requirements.
  • Check erection drawings prepared by project designer for release to production.
  • Check production drawings for conformance with erection drawings and specified design requirements.
  • Evaluate and resolve discrepancy reports.
  • Communicate with Project Team as necessary for successful completion of assigned projects.
  • Coordinate accurate estimated completion dates with Project Leaders and Project Managers.
  • Work internally with production, purchasing & installation team members to aid and resolve project issues.
  • Actively work with Senior Structural Engineer to create tools to increase productivity.
  • Any other duties, as assigned.

Skills, Knowledge and Abilities Required:

  • Ability to prepare structural precast computations.
  • Understanding of building code requirements.
  • AutoCAD drafting skills.
  • Employee must be detail orientated.
  • Excellent communication skills (verbal & written).
  • Excellent understanding of construction processes (architectural drawings, details, and constructability).
  • Possess great organizational skills.
  • Be proficient with MS office products (Word, Excel, Outlook, Power Point).
  • Be proficient with engineering software.
  • Exhibit a strong willingness to learn.
  • To obtain and maintain licensure as a Professional Engineer.

Educational Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering or related field.
  • Have the ability to apply advanced mathematical concepts and operations to such tasks as structural analysis of building systems and components.

Still reading?  Send your resume to careers@msprecast.com.

Position of Immediate Supervisor: Quality Control Manager

This position performs and documents Quality Control inspections of all architectural precast concrete products, evaluating pieces for dimensional accuracy, required tolerances and appearance; and assists in interpreting piece tickets for production.

General Summary of Responsibilities:

  • Performs pre-pour inspection of all forms, reinforcement, steel and inserts, in a timely manner to maintain optimized workflow and assists in finding ways to decrease delays and cause for rework.
  • Maintains daily and project production records.
  • Checks and verifies all dimensions of cast-in embeds.
  • Completes daily Quality Control documentation.
  • Inspects all finished product. Documents and follows-up on any precast product that requires patching or rework.
  • Ensures that all precast products are correctly marked.
  • Assists other Quality Control personnel as requested.
  • Assumes responsibility for maintaining plant and yard safety in accordance with the Safety Manual and the direction of the Safety Coordinator.

Qualification Requirements:

1.  Education and Experience

  • HS Diploma or GED and 3-5 years related experience in a precast environment.
  • Plus, PCI Level I & II Required.

2.  Language Skills

  • Ability to read instructions, notices, handbooks, and technical requirements and specifications.
  • Ability to communicate ideas and observations in an understandable manner in both verbal and written form.
  • Ability to understand verbal and written instructions.
  • Ability to read and understand piece tickets.
  • Ability to perform addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.
  • Ability to calculate area and volume / Ability to apply basic concepts of geometry.
  • Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions.

3.    Physical Demands

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be meet by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to walk, climb, sit, use hands to finger, handle or feel objects, and talk and hear. The employee will be on his/her feet a majority of the day. Manual lifting requirements are light to moderate, but with the assistance of other personnel and hoisting equipment.

4.    Work Environment

The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those the employee encounters while performing the essential duties and responsibilities of the job.

The work described will require the Quality Control Inspector to be in both a plant and a yard environment. This employee will be required to wear all safety equipment required of regular plant personnel. The overall noise level is low, with occasional periods of moderate noise.

PCI is an Equal Opportunity Employer, M/F/D/V/LGBT.