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Assistive Technology Coordinator

A/Z Corporation

Assistive Technology Coordinator

Milford, CT
Paid
  • Responsibilities

    CONSTRUCTION SUPERINTENDENT - HEALTHCARE PROJECTS (CSA - SELF PERFORM DIVISION)

    Overview: This position requires an enthusiastic self-starter who is a team player with excellent communication, managerial and interpersonal skills. The position requires conformance with all corporate and client confidentiality requirements, strict adherence to business ethics and practices, and a continual demonstration of professionalism throughout the delivery of services. The primary roles and responsibilities of the position include, but are not limited to, the following:

    • Oversee and audit site safety and quality control programs; • Issue all site safety work permits as defined within the Project Specific Safety Program; • Ensure site security and maintain site logistics management plan as defined by the Project Team; • Coordinate interface between project management and site operation participants in the execution of construction services; • Confirm the design intent with architectural, engineering, and consultants in accordance with Standard Project Control requirements; • Coordinate field trade activities in accordance with the CPM logic schedule and maintain three week look ahead coordination schedules with all appropriate Project Team Participants; • Attend all trade contractor weekly coordination meetings with Project Manager and/or Project Engineer; • Coordinate equipment and specialty material deliveries and staging requirements; • Assist with MEP tie-in matrix coordination and scheduled shut-downs as required to support any associated on-site operational requirements; • Support constructability and value management analysis with best industry practices; • Assess trade contractor earned value status with Project Management Team for monthly requisitions; • Maintain project as-built documentation and site coordination drawings; • Establish work completion and punch lists for trade contractors in accordance with established Quality Control and Quality Assurance Programs; • Ensure field installation compliance with all technical specifications, approved shop drawings and submittals; • Support interface with Client Representatives on pro-active customer centric basis; • Complete associated Superintendent project control requirements in accordance to Corporate Standard Operating Practices and Procedures; • Support field investigation analysis for potential claim / issue resolution practices with Project Team, as required; • Support field close-out, commissioning, and validation requirements as defined with the Project Team; • Other duties as assigned by management.

    Required Skills Required Experience

    BENEFITS

    At its foundation, every company is really made up of people. Just like the foundation of a building has to be strong for the building to be solid, we know that our people must be strong in order to make our company solid.

    One way we help you and your family be strong is to give you access to benefits that help you protect your health, your finances, and your family’s future. We are proud to say that we have designed a comprehensive program that is flexible enough to recognize that not all employees have the same needs — and remains affordable.

    We offer the following benefits to our employees:

    • Competitive Salary
    • Bonus
    • (ESOP) Profit Sharing Plan
    • 401k
    • Vehicle Allowance
    • Fuel Card
    • Medical Plan(s)
    • Dental Plan
    • Vision Plan
    • Paid Vacations
    • Paid PTO (Personal Time Off)
    • Paid Holidays
    • Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
    • Basic Life and AD&D Insurance
    • Supplemental Life Insurance
    • Disability Insurance
    • Wellness Center (Corporate Office)

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  • Qualifications

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Together with Director of Operations and Executive Director, create/revise program curriculum with clearly-defined activities and realistic, measurable outcomes.
    • Conduct outreach and recruitment within our programs and broader community throughout the year as necessary.
    • Lead weekly schedule of music instructional activities with small groups of youth, many with no previous musical experience.
    • Program & supervise daily drop-in times.
    • Meet with participant parents and provide them with opportunities to learn more about the program.
    • Create and implement regular showcase opportunities for Music Clubhouse youth and coach youth to perform with confidence.
    • With other youth development staff, integrate Music Clubhouse program and youth in annual signature events.
    • Identify core group of teens to serve as Music Clubhouse "All Stars" (Members will receive advanced music and leadership training and serve as mentors to younger youth and peers).
    • With the Director of Operations and Executive Director, develop and implement Member evaluation to determine Member skills development and satisfaction with program.
    • Supervise and discipline of members participating in programs and services within the program area as well as throughout the clubhouse as deemed appropriate.
    • Coordinate volunteers and consultants who can offer related instruction, support and guidance to members.
    • Participate in program/service outcome measurement processes and other evaluations programs including BGCA''s annual evaluation Commitment to Quality.
    • Orient, train and supervise department staff (including work-study students, junior staff, volunteers). Provide annual performance evaluations for applicable staff in a timely manner.
    • Secure, maintain and monitor budget, materials, equipment and other resources belonging to the program area(s). Maintain a safe and clean program area(s).
    • Participate in individual and group supervision sessions; participate in professional development opportunities as appropriate.
    • Travel between sites and to activities as needed. Other Duties:
    • Responsible for evening and weekend building coverage as scheduled.
    • Attendance and active participation in organization-wide meetings, programs and events.
    • Assist the organization (as needed) in the audio/visual needs for organization programs, initiatives and/or events.
    • Perform other assignments as designated by Senior Management in order to facilitate the most effective service to members, program participants, and the community.
    • Attendance and participation in Music &Youth Initiative programs, special events, professional development and reporting.