• Working Foreman I

    Job Locations US-TX-Grandfalls
    Job ID
    Regular Full-Time
  • Overview

    The Working Foreman is responsible for ensuring Aggregate crushing operations are conducted in a safe and efficient manner.



    • Oversee aggregate production, testing of aggregate materials, and safety and productivity of operation personnel.

    • Effectively operates all types of aggregate equipment including loaders, backhoes, blades, scrapers, and dozers according to manufacturer guidelines as needed.

    • Oversee timely and accurate month end reporting and inventory count.

    • Ensure product availability is tested and adequate to meet customer demand.

    • Follow up on customer complaints and concerns.

    • Properly follow company, OSHA, and MSHA safety procedures and promote the company safety program.

    • Monitor job performance and productivity, OSHA and MSHA training, and accident investigations.

    • Oversee the completion of all maintenance needed for the safe and efficient operation of assigned plant and ensure that maintenance is performed on plant vehicles and equipment.

    • Wear protective clothing and equipment as necessary to include hearing protection, dust masks, safety glasses, boots, harnesses and other clothing as required.

    • Complies with all Safety, Health, Environmental and other Company policies and procedures and supports the company spill response plan.

    • Performs other duties as directed



    • Strong leadership and decision making skills

    • Strong organizational and customer service skills

    • Mathematical skills including weights and measures conversions

    • Excellent communication skills – oral and written

    • Computer skills – Microsoft office applications


    • High School diploma or equivalent
    • 7 – 15 years of Aggregate Crushing experience in a Supervisory role is required
    • Microsoft Office Applications experience required
    • Valid driver’s license required


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