DISCLAIMER: The Colorado Asphalt Pavement Association is providing the information contained on the "Career Center" Pages of this site as information to potential employers and employees. If you are interested in a position listed or interviewing a potential employee, contact them directly from the information contained herein. The following Agencies, Contractors, or Consultants currently have positions listed on this web site. The list is updated as notified by those who submit the positions and availability. 
CAPA assumes no responsibility for the content of the information presented or the availability of the positions posted.

Below is a list of Employment Opportunities related to the Asphalt Industry. If you are a seeking employment, click on the More Information link. The Jobs are listed in chronological order. If you would like to post an available position on this site, click here and fill out the form or send your job posting information to Tom Clayton to be posted on our site. If you have any questions or comments, please e-mail us at [email protected] or call us at 303-741-6150. Career Links is a service provided at no cost to CAPA Members and Governmental Agencies.
A $100 fee is for all Non-Member postings. If you are seeking employment outside of Colorado, NAPA has a listing of available jobs. Click here to visit the NAPA Jobs link.

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES RELATED TO THE ASPHALT INDUSTRY

 

CURRENT JOBS IN THE CAPA JOBS POSTINGS

Douglas County Engineering, Engineering Inspector II
City of Greenwood Village, Senior Project Manager
City of Greeley, Pavement Management Coordinator 
Town of Mead Colorado, Construction Manager
Aggregate Industries, WCR, Operations Manager, Heavy Highway
Aggregate Industries, WCR, Paving Superintendent 
Arapahoe County Road and Bridge, Equipment Training and Safety Coordinator 

 


Douglas County, Engineering Inspector II

DEFINITION OF WORK:  This is complex technical engineering inspection work in the Department of Public Works Engineering.  Work involves conducting detailed engineering inspections of construction with County right-of-way, drainage ways, and other permitted locations. An employee in this class is responsible for review of construction documents and inspections of a variety of site civil, roadway, and utility improvements on both private property and within right-of-way to assure compliance with County standards and specifications.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: (The following examples encompass duties within the infrastructure and system groups of the traffic engineering division, are illustrative only, and are not intended to be all inclusive.)
Participates in preconstruction meetings with contractors, engineers, and developers.
Reviews materials testing reports and engineering drawings for compliance with approved engineering specifications to ensure accuracy in construction.
Inspects grading and paving for compliance with approved plans and permits. Checks subbase for bearing and soil types, subgrade for density, formwork for concrete, rebar placement for concrete structures, road base for quality, thickness, and finish; performs proof rolls and checks subgrade prior to asphalt paving.
Inspects utility installations to determine compliance with approved permits, accompanying plans, and County standard details and specifications.  Responsibilities include waterline backfill, sanitary sewer line backfill, storm sewer piping, and storm drainage facilities such as micro pools, outlet structures, forebays, sand filters, trickle channels, and detention ponds.
Inspects the gradient and construction of sidewalks in subdivisions; inspects curb ramps for compliance with ADA regulations.
Investigates complaints and requests received through telephone, letter, or in person; investigates encroachments into the public right-of-way; and explains County's viewpoint and policy on their request or complaint.
Enters all inspection results and written details of inspection into County's computer system.
Certify that materials incorporated during construction are in conformance with specifications by reviewing field and laboratory tests; review quantity and quality of the contractor's materials.
Certify that contractor's work is in conformance with construction plans and specifications; inspect contractor's work procedures by being on site and being familiar with plans and specifications.
Oversee traffic control on construction projects to ensure compliance with the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) and traffic control plans; review submitted traffic control plans; request modification to traffic control operations and plans as necessary.
Conducts walk-through inspections of construction projects to determine adherence to construction plans and specifications prior to road acceptance.
Creates punch lists for public improvements concerning release of warranty surety for Subdivision Improvement Agreements.
Ensures public safety and convenience around construction sites.
Performs other duties as assigned.

SUPERVISION RECEIVED:  Works under the general supervision of the Engineering Inspections Supervisor. 
SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES:  This position does not directly supervise other employees.
INDEPENDENT JUDGMENT:  Ability to apply past experience, knowledge, and common sense to carry out instructions.  Employees are expected to make independent decisions requiring technical discretion and judgment, based on County criteria and specifications. Successful job performance requires considerable detailed knowledge of roadway, drainage and utilities construction procedures and materials.
CONSEQUENCE OF ERROR:  This is detailed complex technical engineering work.  Consequence of error may result in non-compliance with County, State and Federal Standards, which could result in substantial replacement costs, long-term problems, increased County Maintenance and the possibility of significant penalties being applied by the State or Federal Government. 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS
EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE:  Bachelor’s degree from an accredited four-year college or university in civil engineering, construction management, or related field and two (2) years of related and increasingly responsible experience OR any equivalent combination.  Two years of progressive related experience may replace one year of college.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Knowledge of terminology, practices, methods, and technology of road, street, and storm sewer construction.  Knowledge of field civil engineering practices and procedures.  Knowledge of common road maintenance activities.  Ability to obtain compliance with specifications on construction inspection assignments.  Skill in the use of survey and engineering instruments.  Ability to perform some engineering drafting work.  Ability to read and interpret blueprints and instructions.  Knowledge of Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices. Knowledge of mathematics and trigonometry.  Ability to calculate figures and amounts such as proportions, percentages, area, circumference, and volume. Ability to interpret road construction standards and construction plans.  Ability to understand the standards, processes, and terminology used by Douglas County contractors, consultants, and utilities.  Ability to follow detailed oral and written instructions.  Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships. Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables.

CERTIFICATIONS, LICENSES, & REGISTRATIONS: Valid State of Colorado Class “R” Driver’s license and Traffic Control Flagger Certification are required.  Colorado Asphalt Technician Certification Levels A, B, and I, Traffic Control Technician, ACI Level I and Troxler Nuclear Operations Certification preferred or must obtain within one year. 
WORK ENVIRONMENT: Work is generally performed in the field in all weather conditions.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit, stand, walk, talk, use hands, fingers, handle, feel or operate objects, and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. The employee is occasionally required to reach with hands and arms.  Employee must communicate clearly and effectively; must understand and be understood. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close and distance vision acuity and the ability to adjust his or her focus, allowing a broad field of vision.It is essential that the employee be physically able to operate a variety of computer and office equipment successfully in order to fulfill the essential functions of this position.  

AVAILABILITY/ACCESSIBILITY:  This position requires the incumbent to remain available via mobile cellular device/email access during and after normally scheduled business hours.

 For more information or to Apply PLEASE CLICK HERE

City of Greenwood Village, Senior Project Manager

Description

The City of Greenwood Village welcomes your interest in the Senior Project Manager-Roads position with the Public Works Department.

The Position

The purpose of this position is to lead and manage the roads and utilities programs to ensure safe, accessible, and aesthetically pleasing public infrastructure in the Village. The position provides leadership to program staff; provides engineering expertise in the areas of roadways, pavements, utilities and rights-of-way; reviews engineering studies and soils analysis; manages the issuance of permits within the right-of-way; coordinates utility undergrounding efforts; designs small engineering related projects; and serves as a project manager on capital improvement projects including the design, construction, and maintenance of projects partnering with Village staff, consultants, and contractors. 

The salary range for this position is $38.52-$57.03/hour in addition to an exceptional benefits package which includes a selection of medical, dental, and vision insurance, recreation reimbursement, retirement programs, tuition reimbursement, and generous paid time off and sick leave.

Essential Functions of the Position Include:

Leadership Responsibilities

  • Communicates with others in a successful manner through active listening and effective written and oral communication.
  • Conducts formal coaching and mentoring of employees through the development and attainment of individual, team, and organizational goals, and formalized training plans to foster individual and organizational improvement.
  • Works to solve problems utilizing a variety of techniques and resources including Village and other government services, available private resources, or other means through which positive outcomes can be achieved.
  • Proactively engages in on-going improvements to the organization through actively participating in special events, special projects, or committees. 
  • Makes sound decisions under challenging or difficult conditions; appropriately delegates authority and responsibility to others as necessary. 
  • Treats others with dignity, respect, and courtesy while being proactive in making the working environment positive and free of disruptive behavior.

Management Responsibilities:

  • Directs, manages, and oversees the work activities of all activities and services related to pavement management, right-of-way permitting, and utility undergrounding programs; prioritizes and coordinates work assignments; reviews work for accuracy.
  • Manages the development and implementation of area work plan establishing goals, objectives, policies, and priorities; assists in the development and implementation of program performance standards; monitors and evaluates the efficiency and effectiveness of service delivery methods and procedures; reviews and evaluates work methods and procedures; meets with staff to identify and resolve problems.
  • Establishes, reviews, and modifies, as necessary, work schedules; establishes appropriate service and staffing levels; reviews progress and status of existing projects or assignments; identifies resource needs; allocates resources accordingly.
  • Assesses and monitors work load, administrative support systems, and internal reporting relationships; identifies opportu­nities for improvement.
  • Conducts regular meetings with individual staff members; prepares monthly and annual performance reviews; analyzes performance problems and recommends disposition; coordinates staff training and development; coaches and mentors employees to top performance.
  • Participates in the selection of personnel; recommends personnel actions to Engineering Manager; resolves personnel concerns and issues.
  • Responds to customer inquiries, service requests and complaints over the telephone, electronic mail, fax, and in person; investigates and resolves as appropriate.
  • Reviews statistical data to determine effectiveness of existing procedures; recommends and implements improvements.
  • Participates in the development and administration of the budget; forecasts funds needed for staffing, equipment, materials and supplies; approves expenditures and implements budgetary adjustments as appropriate and necessary.
  • Explains, justifies and defends programs, policies and activities; negotiates and resolves sensitive and controversial issues.

Applicants may apply for the Senior Project Manager position or read the entire position posting by using this link


City of Greeley, Pavement Management Coordinator

Condensed Job Summary
: (To see the entire position posting use this link for a PDF version or this link to go to the City of Greeley jobs posting web page .)
The Pavement Management Coordinator is responsible to manage the City's Street Infrastructure and Bridge Maintenance Program including bike paths, parking lots, and walking paths for asset preservation.  Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: providing technical, skilled professional engineering work, developing programs and projects; providing a full working level of construction management; developing construction project proposals or contracts; contract negotiations; evaluation of outside consultant work; preparing and reviewing plans, specifications, and contract documentation; preparing cost estimates, change orders, budget administration; providing construction administration and inspection of Public Works projects (PMP); working with Purchasing for the bidding and RFP process; and project management. 

 

Experience, Knowledge, Skills & Education:

 

  • A degree in Engineering, Project Management or a related field or a combination of equivalent training, education, and experience.

  • 7-10 years' related professional engineering experience.

  • Registered Professional Engineer preferred.

  • Ability to administer contracts for various disciplines including project design, preparation of bidding, administration, interpretation and enforcement of contract requirements.

  • With the "what" defined by policies, principles, and departmental objectives, have the ability to apply good judgment, sound reasoning, and experience to determine how to achieve the desired results while adhering to professional standards and program objectives

 

 

Town of Mead Colorado
Construction Manager 

EXEMPT:                   No                               DEPARTMENT:        Engineering   
REPORTS TO:           Town Engineer            PAY RANGE:            $31.83 to 47.69/hour DOQ

GENERAL PURPOSE

Participate in the conceptual development of construction projects and determine the scope of work, prepare bid packages, administer consultant and construction contracts, and inspect construction for compliance with standards and specifications. Coordinate with public and private utilities, review contractor applications, and communicate with the public and other Town staff regarding progress and project coordination.

Click here to see the full list of EXAMPLES OF ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

The below list is intended to be illustrative of the responsibilities of the position and not all encompassing.  The Town may change these duties at any time.

Click here to see the full list of KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills, and/or abilities required:

EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS

  • Bachelor's degree in Construction Management, Civil Engineering, or related field from an accredited college or university, plus three to five years related experience or equivalent combination of education and experience.

LICENSING AND CERTIFICATIONS

  • Valid driver’s license

To see the entire Job posting click here or
visit this link on the Town of Mead web site 


Aggregate Industries, WCR

Operations Manager, Heavy Highway

PURPOSE: The Operations Manager is responsible for the leadership, development & management of the operational functions for the Contracting Division in Colorado.  The Operations Manager will ensure adequate staffing and oversee safe production to enable contracting productivity and maintenance in an efficient manner, while delivering quality products and services to clients.  The Operations Manager will be the liaison to all support service groups; Environment, Land, Manufacturing, Human Resources & Safety.  The primary focus is safety, developing people, and achieving job cost targets.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

Health and Safety: 

  • Demonstrates a commitment to communicating, improving and adhering to safety policies in all work environment areas. Promotes a positive safety culture through leadership by example.

  • Ensure strict compliance with all health and safety rules and country regulations

  • Implementation and management of all safety initiatives

  • Maintain safety processes and procedures up to date

Financial Management: 

  • Promotes a culture of performance and exceeding expected results.

  • Drive and track financial performance via annual operations budgets and monthly operations forecast.

    • Reviewing costs on a month end review, ensure all costs are accounted for and are accurate.
    • Participate in monthly estimating, job cost and financial reviews.
    • Effectively develops goals and objectives to implement actions, track performance and continuously look for opportunities for improvement

Topline & Customer Focus:

  • Works with all business units to drive customer retention and attraction

  • Drive quality for customer retention.

  • Seek opportunities to meet and exceed customer expectations.

  • Ensures a quality product/service within specifications and meeting clients schedule, actively works to resolve any issues.

Operations Management

  • Works closely with construction crews to develop best practices, processes and to ensure all construction activities are optimized and costs are best in class.

  • Actively involved on a daily basis with onsite operations.

  • Implement and follow best practices for maintenance, production and trucking processes and strategies to achieve target key performance indicators (KPI)

  • Effectively use LafargeHolcim resources and programs to drive operational excellence and develop Contracting specific resources as needed.

Environment, Land & Community Relations: 

  • Run site operations in a way to have minimal negative impact on the surrounding environment and communities

  • Implement and manage operational standards to manage activities and mitigate our environmental impact

  • Develop and maintain effective stakeholder relationships with the local communities to ensure LafargeHolcim is seen as a partner in environmental stewardship

  • Work with local regulatory bodies to comply with bylaws

People Management:

  • Provides leadership for operations staff located at multiple sites by working closely with Construction Managers, Superintendents, and Foremen and being on site regularly.

  • Follows and promotes the LafargeHolcim HR business cycle (Annual performance review, Annual Objective setting, Individual Development Plans, Mid-Year Reviews, Career & Succession Planning.)

  • Focuses on succession planning and assuring a strong depth within the team

  • Participate in the development of emerging leaders to be ready to move into more responsible roles

Specific Accountabilities

  • Construction planning, scheduling

  • Effectively drive and seek cost improvement opportunities

  • Annual operations budget & monthly operations forecast

  • Innovation and continuous improvement to performance

  • Compliance with Safety, Land and Environment Audits

  • Development of succession ready employees

  • Prepared Area Capital Expense Requests when required

To be considered please apply directly through the company website linked below.
https://uscareers-lafargeholcim-na.icims.com/jobs/8668/operations-manager%2c-heavy-highway/job?mode=view

EOE/M/F/Vet/Disabled


Aggregate Industries, WCR 

Paving Superintendent

PURPOSE: Responsible for directing the day to day activities for specific projects. Will provide management, analytical and administrative support.  Manage subcontractors, and paving crews.  Coordinate with general contractors, governmental agencies to provide timely completion of projects. Coordinate with appropriate Sales and Operations personnel to ensure timeliness of materials. Responsible for scheduling work and to complete projects on time, on budget and safely. Co-developing, monitoring and executing the project plan and schedule with the project manager/estimator. Ability to lead people, schedule work, and manage projects. Monitoring cost control, quality, productivity, and safety on projects. Strong verbal and written communication skills. Ensuring safety in all that we do.    

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Assist management team in ensuring optimum levels of operating efficiency. Maintain levels of quality and service that will meet or exceed company and customer expectations.

  • Ensures that employees are at work on time, actively engaged in assigned activities and processing payroll according to established policies and procedures. Provides immediate performance feedback as required to resolve employee conflicts, assisting in short-term resolution of emergency situations or attendance issues, conduct, etc.  Administers direct supervisory responsibilities for staff including, corrective action, promotional recommendations and work schedules.  Ensures that time and attendance for assigned employees is recorded accurately.  Manages subordinate personnel in the various operations of processing product.

  • Improve productivity, control costs and enhance employee's performances.

To be considered please apply directly through the company website linked below. 
https://uscareers-lafargeholcim-na.icims.com/jobs/8435/paving-superintendent/job?mode=view

EOE/M/F/Vet/Disabled


Arapahoe County Road and Bridge

Equipment Training and Safety Coordinator

Description

The Arapahoe County Public Works & Development Department is seeking a highly motivated individual to join our Road and Bridge Division team. You'll get the best training in the business and the support of an awesome team. The ideal candidate should possess the desire to work hard every day towards a team goal and enjoy performance-based annual salary increases.
This job offers opportunities to work for a high performing organization that strives for excellence every day, in which employees are encouraged to grow professionally through personal development and increased responsibility. 
If you are seeking steady employment with multiple opportunities growth and leadership, we are looking for you!

Benefits of working for Arapahoe County Road and Bridge: 

  • Annual salary increases based on hard work and attitude

  • Promotions based on hard work and attitude

  • Goal oriented workload

  • Excellent balance between hard work and time off provided each year Insurance – please see benefits tabRetirement – work at a career rather than another job

    • 15 days (120 hours) paid vacation leave
    • 12 paid holidays (96 hours)
    • 1 paid personal holiday (8 hours)
    • 12 paid sick days (96 hours)
    • 3 day weekends! 4 - 10 hour work days are routine unless weather or other circumstances arise
    • Work hours are typically 7AM to 5PM Monday through Thursday
  • Uniforms and laundry service provided

  • All PPE provided including steel toe boots.

***The anticipated hiring range based on final qualifications of candidate is $25.00 to $28.00 hourly.***

OVERVIEW:

Responsible for the direct supervision of daily work assignments, jobsite traffic control, acquiring utility locates, monitoring project performance, and ensuring that repair, maintenance, and construction activities are completed according to project specifications. Assists with the hiring of personnel; coordinating vehicle repairs; and calculating/ordering of various materials and/or products. Works directly with Lead Road Maintenance Technicians and the Operations Manager to schedule work and ensure goals are successfully completed. Responds to service requests and interacts with the public regarding construction projects or specific concerns. Supervises snow shifts and determines appropriate staffing and scheduling needs. Tracks and manages purchases and other expenditures for all projects or assignments. Performs a variety of skilled and semi-skilled duties associated with the supervision of assigned crews which include, but are not limited to, installing, repairing, and maintaining assigned assets within the County Right-of-Way (ROW). Work is performed in a high performing, team-oriented environment with a commitment to quality results.

Duties

The following duty statements are illustrative of the essential functions of the job and do not include other non-essential or marginal duties that may be required. The County reserves the right to modify or change the duties or essential functions of the job at any time.

READ THE ENTIRE JOB DESCRIPTION

APPLICATIONS MAY BE FILED ONLINE AT: http://agency.governmentjobs.com/arapahoe/default.cfm

COMPUTER ACCESS IS AVAILABLE AT:
5334 S. Prince Street,
Littleton, CO 80120