CAREERS WITH RUTKOSKI FENCING

“Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success.” -Henry Ford

At Rutkoski Fencing, Inc., we believe in our employees as our number one asset. Our company atmosphere is like a family, each member given the opportunity to grow and work in the best capacity possible. Trust and communication are major keys to working together for common goals. Fairness is at the heart of our employee relations: we understand hard work and that it deserves to be rewarded not only with a respectable wage/salary, but also with certain benefits. We have options for health insurances, phone plans, bonuses, as well as higher pay rates than competitors. We want our employees to have a career. We make an investment in our team.

RFI field labor force helps ensure quality on the job and is a critical component of every project we complete. From laborers to machine operators to concrete workers, we employ many different skilled craftsmen on our projects. With every new opportunity we undertake, we seek to utilize qualified members of the local community who are ambitious and dedicated professionals to fill positions at all levels of our organization. If you are interested in joining our team, please complete the application form below.

OPEN POSITIONS

Essential Functions

Essential functions, as defined under the Americans with Disabilities Act, for Laborer/Fence Installer at RFI, may include the following duties. This list is meant STRICTLY TO DEMONSTRATE the types of tasks that a Laborer/Fence Installer hired by RFI may be asked to perform. It is by no means a complete listing of the duties that Laborer/Fence Installers at RFI carry out. Not all Laborer/Fence Installers engage in all of the tasks listed below, and not all of the tasks assigned to Laborer/Fence Installers at RFI are listed below.

  • Will load/unload vehicles and trailers.
  • Will dig post holes using post hole diggers/digging bars.
  • Will shovel dirt during excavation and clean up.
  • Will rake/seed and perform other miscellaneous landscape tasks.
  • Will use wheelbarrows to move dirt/concrete/site waste.
  • Will mix/pour concrete and work around concrete trucks/mixers.
  • Will keep work site/company vehicles and machines clean and organized.
  • Will cordon off (with Caution Tape or temporary barriers) any sites containing open holes or hazardous materials at the end of each work day.
  • Will engage in installation of all type of fencing using different methods.
  • Will be trained to RFI standards.
  • Will perform any other assigned duties.
  • Will work harmoniously with co-workers and Supervisors.

Secondary Functions

Secondary functions include tasks that laborers may have to perform in aiding fellow fence installers in erection, fabrication and finishing work associated with project completion. Again, this list is illustrative ONLY.

  • May use precision hand tools such as level, measuring tape, trowel, etc.
  • May use power tools including drills, various saws, impact drivers, etc.
  • May work from heights using ladders.
  • May handle dangerous material including barbed wire and constantiner wire (razor ribbon).
  • May operate company vehicles and heavy equipment (if trained and certified).
  • May have to perform regular general maintenance on company tools, machines and vehicles.

Responsibilities

  • Abides by RFI company policies and installation procedures as laid out in RFI Handbook or as dictated by Crew Leader/Supervisor.
  • Abides by company policies and installation procedures of all other contractors that RFI is serving/working with.
  • Arrives at office/yard on time when scheduled for work.
  • Travels to project from office/yard in company vehicle as passenger or driver.
  • Wears proper Personal Protective Equipment and RFI uniform at all times.
  • Follows direction of Crew Leader/Supervisor for project instructions and daily work orders.
  • Greets homeowners, customers and fellow contractors in a friendly, sincere and professional manner.
  • Respects fellow employees/co-workers.
  • Respects company property such as vehicles, tools, equipment, etc., and the property of fellow contractors and owners/customers.
  • Reports daily hours either to Crew Leader/Supervisor or uses time clock.
  • Executes a multitude of physically taxing assignments.
  • Maintains “good housekeeping” practices onsite and at RFI headquarters, including daily inventory of tools, disposal of site waste, etc.
  • Diligently follows safety and incident reporting procedures of RFI and associated contractors.

Qualifications (Include but are not limited to)

  • Ability to execute labor intensive tasks, including moving up to 50 lbs. repeatedly, walking or standing for long periods of time even when field conditions are unfavorable (provided that those conditions do not seriously endanger the employee or his/her co-workers), etc.
  • Ability to comprehend and carry out instructions from Crew Leaders/Supervisors and daily work orders.
  • Ability to consistently comply with and meet RFI attendance schedule.
  • Solid work history.
  • Ability to thrive as a contributing member of a Fence Crew (team) under deadline and led by multiple Supervisors.
  • Ability to focus on safety first.
  • Commitment to quality work and customer service.
  • Valid PA driver’s license is a plus and may result in starting wage higher than minimum listed.

Work Context

  • Job locations for residential work can be up to approximately 30 miles from headquarters and up to approximately 100 miles away for commercial work.

Salary Range

  • Varies based on experience and qualifications.

Nothing in this job description restricts Management’s right to assign or reassign duties and responsibilities to this job at any time.

General Summary:

The Superintendent carries out and oversees construction on RFI projects including, but not limited to, fence erection, site work and environmental controls, executing the critical aspects of construction that require high skill sets and ensuring satisfactory completion of projects.  The Superintendent hires and fires employees with proper clearance from administration.  He/she interprets plans and conveys them to crews through job sheets and training.  He/she maintains a clean and safe work environment, enforces all RFI policies and procedures, ensures the highest level of workmanship, inspects materials for quality, engages customers to assure their needs are being met, and reports to administration any paperwork that is required (daily reports, timesheets, incident and accident reporting, etc).  The Superintendent also coordinates materials, equipment, and personnel on site to maintain a safe and efficient work environment.

The following list is meant STRICTLY TO DEMONSTRATE types of tasks a Superintendent hired by RFI may be asked to perform.  It is by no means a complete listing of the duties that an RFI Controller carries out.  Not all Superintendents engage in every task listed, and not all the tasks assigned to RFI Superintendents are listed.

Essential functions, as defined under the Americans with Disabilities Act, for a Superintendents at RFI, include the following duties:

Essential Functions:

  • Interpret Docs:  Interprets plans, schematics, job sheets, and daily work orders to crew leaders/foreman.
  • Underground Utilities:  Identifies all utilities before digging; checks with customers, drawings, and One Call.
  • Execution of Work:  Communicates with PM and customers, while utilizing job documents to identify SOW, IFC docs, and safe work plan for the completion of projects.
  • Day to Day scheduling – Equipment, Manpower, and Materials:  Works with PM to coordinate manpower, equipment, and materials for site.
  • Day to Day scheduling—On-Site Activities:  Coordinates all work activities on jobsites as efficiently as possible with foreman, considering safety, workmanship, site conditions, customer requests, schedule, etc.  Works with PM for workforce needs on a daily/weekly basis to ensure the correct number of workers are scheduled.
  • QA/QC:  Inspects materials for defects and reports findings for immediate correction.  Directs foreman and/or crews with correct/appropriate installation procedures and methods provided by RFI.
  • RFI Compliance:  Abides by and enforces all RFI policies and procedures.  Ensures that jobsites, company vehicles, and machines are clean and that tools are organized.
  • Tool Usage: Correctly and safely uses power/hand tools, equipment, and vehicles—and directs others to properly do so.
  • Equipment Concerns:  Reports to Shop Manager any equipment or vehicle issues through text or email, including pictures and detailed descriptions.
  • Execution of Work:  Engages in skill sets that foreman, laborers, and installers are not capable of performing to ensure proper installation.
  • Job Site Compliance:  If required, cordons off all work areas at day end with proper markings.
  • HR Issues:  Addresses any personnel concerns directly with employee at the onset of situation.  If problem continues, Supervisor discusses concerns with Human Resources.  After due diligence, if problems persist, Supervisors/PM must take further action.
  • Daily Reporting:  Accurately completes and hands in daily timesheets and other daily reports for work performed and/or other records required for a specific site.
  • RFI/Change Orders:  Notifies PM of any changes in SOW and helps with requesting information or change orders.
  • Job Site Reviews:  Addresses concerns about jobs with management for higher accuracy in future bidding.
  • Evaluations:  Evaluates crew leaders, foremen, and laborers.
  • Other Reporting:  Performs and/or ensures that completion of forms by all responsible employees, for equipment inspections, safety inspections, and project closeouts.
  • Job Site Compliance General:  Becomes familiarized with job-site-specific details to ensure compliance with environmental and safety regulations.
  • JSEAs/Toolbox Talks:  Performs these responsibilities each morning at job site to identify hazards and to mitigate risks.
  • Quality Inspection Plan:  Uses forms as a checklist to ensure quality during critical activities.  Designates each job site’s “tier level” of quality, to determine the requirements.
  • Employees Discipline:  Disciplines employees for non-adherence to policies/procedures.
  • Lay-off of Employees:  Completes measures for laying off employees at completion of projects.
  • Fire Employees:  Presents employees with notice of termination, researches any legal issues associated with termination, executes termination, and handles post termination dealings.
  • Closeout of projects:  Photographs finished projects; completes exit forms; conducts walk downs; and punches lists.
  • Customer meetings:  Sets up and facilitates customer meetings.
  • Inspections of tools and equipment:  Removes broken or altered tools/equipment for service and/or safety reasons.

Secondary Functions:

Secondary functions include tasks that Supervisor may have to perform.  Again, this list is illustrative ONLY.

  • May work from heights using ladders.
  • May handle dangerous material including barbed wire and constantiner wire (razor ribbon).
  • May perform regular general maintenance on company tools, machines and vehicles.
  • May perform various labor tasks including post hole digging, shoveling, raking/seeding, disposing of site waste, securing of site, etc.
  • Will inspect (when applicable) that vehicles and trailers are loaded with correct tools and materials before leaving yard or jobsite (ultimate responsibility of foreman/drivers)
  • Will ensure that RFI signage is properly displayed when at all possible.
  • Will conduct daily morning tailgate and safety meeting to review work for the day and record on proper form.
  • At day end, will ensure that all tools and materials not needed for the following day be unloaded from trucks and trailers and any materials or tools left for the following day are properly covered and protected.
  • Utilize time at yard in morning constructively and efficiently.

Responsibilities:

  • Abides by RFI company policies and installation procedures as laid out in RFI Handbook.
  • Abides by company policies and installation procedures of all other contractors that RFI is serving/working with.
  • Arrives at office/yard on time when scheduled for work.
  • Wears proper Personal Protective Equipment and RFI uniform at all times.
  • Greets homeowners, customers and fellow contractors in a friendly, sincere and professional manner.
  • Respects fellow employees/co-workers.
  • Respects company property such as vehicles, tools, equipment, etc., and the property of fellow contractors and owners/customers.
  • Reports daily hours and files daily reports with administration.
  • Executes a multitude of physically taxing assignments.
  • Maintains “good housekeeping” practices onsite and at RFI headquarters, including daily inventory of tools, disposal of site waste, etc.
  • Diligently follows safety and incident reporting procedures of RFI and associated contractors.
  • Quarterly reporting of employee’s performance.

Qualifications (Include but are not limited to):

  • Excellent organizational, communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Several years of experience at building/fabricating fence structures at the highest skill levels.
  • Ability to multitask efficiently and shoulder a multitude of responsibilities.
  • Ability to supervise crews to ensure high quality of workmanship and a healthy team environment.
  • Ability to engage customers/associated contractors to ensure that the needs of all parties are satisfactorily met as well as negotiate the best terms for both parties.
  • Ability to consistently comply with and meet RFI attendance schedule.
  • Solid work history.
  • Ability to focus on safety first.
  • Commitment to quality work and customer service.
  • Valid PA driver’s license.
  • Ability to work long hours during busy times.

Work Context:

  • Job locations for residential work can be up to approximately 30 miles from headquarters and up to approximately 200 miles away for commercial work. 

Salary Range:

  • Varies based on experience and qualifications.

Nothing in this job description restricts management’s right to assign or reassign duties and responsibilities to this job at any time.

General Summary:

The Estimator/Project Manager is responsible for the overall coordination and successful completion of projects from beginning to end, as well as aiding RFI in refining processes and securing future work.

This following list is meant STRICTLY TO DEMONSTRATE the types of tasks that an Estimator/Project Manager hired by RFI may be asked to perform.  It is by no means a complete listing of the duties that an Estimator/PM at RFI may carry out.  Not all Estimators/PMs engage in all the tasks listed below, and not all of the tasks assigned to Estimators/Project Managers at RFI are listed below.

Essential functions, as defined under the Americans with Disabilities Act, for Estimator/PM at RFI, may include the following duties:

Essential Functions:

  • RFPS/Starting a bid/Creating Folder:   Upon RFQ or obtaining bid documents, creates job folder in drop box under new estimates, naming the file, the project, and the DUE DATE and copy template for format.
  • Overall Review/Defining SOW/Initial Questions/Decision to Bid:  Identifies the following items: geographic location, schedule, union/wage requirements, scope of work, requestor of bid (owner or GC), bond requirements, special requirements, and contract budget.  Forms some initial “broad” questions and clarifies these and the overall scope with General Contractor and Owner.  Once all information is gathered and reviewed, a decision to bid must be made.
  • Takeoff:  After determining to bid, creates a takeoff of all quantities per bid item to accurately put together material, labor, equipment price.  The list of items should be recorded on an estimating form and captured on .pdf bid documents.  All bid docs should be saved under estimating folder.
  • Questions on Spec/Drawings PREBID:  Submits detailed technical and contractual questions in regards to SOW and terms and conditions that may be undefined or unclear to provide accurate proposal.  These can be sent via email.
  • Project Research:  Identifies risks and specific project challenges, geographic region, manpower concerns, and labor agreements, related to each project.
  • Material/Subcontractor Quotes:  Requests pricing on material and labor items from two-to-three other vendors/contractors to compare quotes.  Standard items are priced in templates, but larger and more “high-level” or desired projects should be quoted per project.  Names of vendors can be found in Master contact list.
  • Labor/Union Requirements:  Reviews project labor agreements, or union requirements, and procures rates.
  • Workup—Labor, Materials, Equipment, OH:  Uses takeoff quantities and existing templates to breakdown materials, labor, equipment, and other specific job costs to compute a total cost to provide estimate; and saves all information in job folder in Dropbox.  The more detailed and precise the workups are the easier it is to provide estimate and perform PM functions post bid.  Any new workups can be saved in the template folder for future bids.  The “Master Bid Sheet Our Use” should be updated with new workup items as they are created.  This spreadsheet can be used for any complex bids.  When completed, the first page can be copied and pasted into the Price Sheet Send template.
  •  Preparing and Sending Estimate: Gathers and inputs all pertinent information into QB software to send estimate; saves estimate to Dropbox and sends email with estimate, conditions, and other documentation required for bid submission. Works with Office manager to ensure that all proper documentation is submitted with bid.
  • Post bid – Following Up on Quotes:  Ensures customer receives initial quote and then follows-up two-to-three weeks later to see where we stand.  Avoids being a nuisance—we are not PUSHY sales people.  We get our work because of our reputation and are not a DISCOUNT contractor.
  • Administration:  Assists in developing and refining RFI policies/procedures including form reporting, installation procedures, compliance requirements, safety requirements, resumes, and client base.
  • Post Award—Project Award:  Works with PM to determine contract SOW compared to what was bid.
  • Document Control:  Maintains drop box folder and ensures that all subfolders are uniform and compliant.
  • Market Research/Solicitation of Quotes:  Uses online publications and other resources to seek projects to bid.  Compiles list of GCs/Owners for marketing research.  Keeps up on current industry happenings.
  • Day/Day Activities:  Coordinates with supervisor/foreman, vendors, clients, and subcontractors regarding job-site needs, issues, equipment needs/concerns, equipment, supplies, material deliveries, schedule, and manpower.  Updates schedule, including forecasting for days/weeks ahead.  Sends out Nightly Work Plans to the Supervisor, Foreman, and crews for each project providing expectations to be worked on the next day.
  • Manpower:  Coordinates manpower needed to perform labor on job site before project starts and then daily.
  • RFI Required Docs:  Produces Project Tracking Summary, Checklist, TSES, Shipping Info, and Job Sheets.
  • Project Schedule:  Works with vendors for material deliveries, customers for when sites will be ready, and field crews for daily progress to determine short term and long term schedules
  • Contract Requirements:  On award; reviews contract for any changes from RFP requirements, identifies contract, technical submittals, schedule (if provided), and requests Certificate of Insurance, if required from our insurance.
  • Equipment:  Coordinates logistics with Yard Manager, GM, Supervisor, SJF, and Safety Manager (Project team) to ensure that all tools, equipment, supplies, and safety supplies are compiled and/or ordered for project.
  • File Sharing/Project Docs:  Copies Dropbox information to Google drive to share with project team including IFC docs, RFI docs, and Safety.   All important documents should be printed on 11 x 17 sheets and distributed to field crews.
  • IFC Drawings:  Requests IFC drawings from GC; confirms changes/no changes to RFP drawings, specs, etc.  If bid drawings are IFC drawings, then copies over from bid docs.
  • Initial Job Site/GC Meetings:  Conducts pre-construction meeting to review work plan, job site, and other items with all parties—customers, field crew, and other crews working onsite.
  • One Call:  Makes and places Confirmation documents in project\One Call Info folder in drive and drop box.
  • Project Award:  Upon project award, reviews required documents for customers, owners, and General Contractors, regarding contracts, submittals, and insurance.  Moves folder from Sent Estimates to Current Jobs in Dropbox and adds to Current Jobs list with all pertinent data.  Notifies project team of award and gathers all data to submit.  Depending on timeframe of project, makes special arrangements for labor and equipment.
  • Project Billing: Coordinates and prepares information with Office Manager for progress and final billing.
  • Submittals:  Reviews bid/contract documents to determine requirements for submittals; starts gathering product data/shop drawings/warranty information for each specific bid item.  Saves each submittal as RFI_submittal number_project name_name of submittal in a folder labeled “submittals” in job folder.  Keeps track of submittals in file called RFI Tracking Summary.
  • Material Ordering/Deliveries:  After approved submittals are received, issues POs to vendors—signs off on final quote, labeling “RFI Job Name or #_PO#-Vendor” and update in file.
  • Document Control:  Maintains drop box folder/Google Drive and ensures that all subfolders are uniform, current, and compliant.
  • Project Reporting:  Produces weekly summary reports, daily work reports, and any other project-specific documents for General Contractor and/or Owner upon request.
  • Review and Refine Operating Procedures:  Observes crews in action and devises ways to perform work safely and more efficiently.  Records electronically in our procedures and conveys this to field with foreman, supervisors, and crews.  Simplifies procedures for continuous improvement.
  • Site Visits:  Visits job sites to review work plan with supervisors, ensures completion of projects per spec and overall QA/QC inspection.
  • Closeout Procedures:  Completes Commercial Exit Form, final invoicing with Final Lien Waiver if required, contract submittals, and As-Built Drawings based on contract requirements.  Coordinates with vendors and Project team for demobilization of tools, materials, equipment, and facilities.  Performs final walk through with client, as well as follow-ups on warranty issues.
  • Job Site Provisions:  Coordinates job-site provisions such as job trailer, storage containers, and toilet rentals.
  • Project Implementation Strategy/SSWP/SSSP:  Completes a Site Safe Work Plan, Site Specific Safety Plan, or other plans using templates, as require.
  • Job Costing/Evaluations:  Evaluates post-job estimated costs to actual costs.
  • Project Photos:  Uploads to job file or Marketing in drop box.

Responsibilities:

  • Abides by RFI company policies and installation procedures as laid out in RFI Handbook.
  • Abides by company policies and installation procedures of all other contractors that RFI is serving/working with.
  • Arrives at office/yard on time when scheduled for work.
  • Wears proper Personal Protective Equipment and RFI uniform at all times.
  • Greets homeowners, customers and fellow contractors in a friendly, sincere and professional manner.
  • Respects fellow employees/co-workers.
  • Respects company property such as vehicles, tools, equipment, etc., and the property of fellow contractors and owners/customers.
  • Reports daily hours and files daily reports with administration.
  • Executes a multitude of physically taxing assignments.
  • Maintains “good housekeeping” practices onsite and at RFI headquarters, including daily inventory of tools, disposal of site waste, etc.
  • Diligently follows safety and incident reporting procedures of RFI and associated contractors.
  • Quarterly reporting of employee’s performance.

Qualifications (Include but are not limited to):

  • Excellent organizational, communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Well versed in computer technologies and software programs, including Microsoft Office, Microsoft Project, Microsoft Outlook, ProntoForms, Bluebeam, etc.
  • Ability to view and interpret plans/drawings in order to effectively bid projects, provide the proper material/equipment for the job, and clearly relay the information to Supervisors/Foreman.
  • Several years of experience at building/fabricating fence structures at the highest skill levels.
  • Ability to multitask efficiently and shoulder a multitude of responsibilities.
  • Ability to supervise crews to ensure high quality of workmanship and a healthy team environment.
  • Ability to engage customers/associated contractors to ensure that the needs of all parties are satisfactorily met as well as negotiate the best terms for both parties.
  • Ability to consistently comply with and meet RFI attendance schedule.
  • Solid work history.
  • Ability to focus on safety first.
  • Commitment to quality work and customer service.
  • Valid PA driver’s license.
  • Ability to work long hours during busy times.

Work Context:

  • Job locations for residential work can be up to approximately 30 miles from headquarters and up to approximately 200 miles away for commercial work. 

Salary Range:

  • Varies based on experience and qualifications.

Nothing in this job description restricts management’s right to assign or reassign duties and responsibilities to this job at any time. 

General Summary:

Compliance Officer ensures that all company policies and procedures are abided by and adhered to in regard to safety and maintenance.  The Compliance Officer maintains RFI’s compliance with all OSHA, DOT and EPA regulations.

The following list is meant STRICTLY TO DEMONSTRATE types of tasks a Compliance Officer hired by RFI may be asked to perform.  It is by no means a complete listing of the duties that an RFI Compliance Officer carries out.  Not all Compliance Officers engage in every task listed, and not all of the tasks assigned to RFI Compliance Officers are listed.

Essential functions, as defined under the Americans with Disabilities Act, for a Compliance Officer at RFI, include the following duties:

Essential Functions:

  • Daily Forms: Ensures that all required forms are completed by crews, including but not limited to equipment inspections, fall protection, incident and accident reporting, etc.
  • Job Site Inspections /Site Visits and Inspection Notes:  Observes and records employee adherence and compliance to all RFI and GC (site specific) polices and procedures.
  • Site Compliance/Compliance Checklist:  Ensures the good order of each job site and that all on-site employees are oriented, including location of safety resources and tools.
  • Toolbox Talks:  Performs one toolbox talk, decided upon at beginning of each week by Safety Officer, at each site.
  • Chemical Inspections:  Assists Safety Officer with inspections of used, on-site chemicals to ensure that RFI has SDS forms in place and that crews are correctly handling those materials.
  • First Aid/Safety:  Ensures that all equipment, trucks, and job sites are outfitted with applicable safety/first aid equipment.
  • Inspections of Tools and Equipment:  Removes from service broken or altered tools/equipment for safety reasons.  Ensures that all tools/equipment have required safety items.
  • Project Photos:  Takes photos of sites and uploads them to Google drive.
  • Tracking—Fall Protection:  Ensures that fall protection spreadsheets are updated, labeled, and in compliance.
  • Tracking—Grounding Equipment: Ensures that grounding gloves and cable spreadsheets are updated, labeled, in compliance, and appropriately distributed.
  • Garage Safety:  Labels liquids, OSHA approved walkways, and chemicals.  Tracks new chemicals.
  • Truck inspections:  Ensures that all trucks have corresponding tools/supplies per job list.  Must meet with drivers to review list.
  • Trailer inspections:  Ensure that all trailers have the corresponding tools/supplies per job list.
  • Maintenance Kit Inspections:  Checks and stocks Equipment Maintenance Kits with appropriate items
  • Every Day:  Answers phone calls, respond to and organize email, and put out fires.
  • One Calls:  Works with PMs to perform online One-Call tickets.
  • PPE Distribution:  Assists Safety Officer in quarterly distribution and also keeps some in truck for emergency situations.
  • Fire Extinguisher Checks:  Performs monthly inspection of fire extinguishers.  Completes applicable form in Pronto, as a follow up to the Safety Officer.
  • Label All Equipment:  Ensures that all equipment is labeled with correct number, company logo, and weight if applicable.
  • Policy Creating, Revision, and Enforcement:  Assists HR/Safety/Operations with creation, revision, and maintenance of policies.  Updates Company Handbook as necessary.
  • Safety Associations:  Keeps up-to-date with, belongs to, and complies with industry safety associations.

Secondary Functions:

Secondary functions include tasks that Compliance Officer may have to perform.  Again, this list is illustrative ONLY.

  • Responsible for reviewing DVIR’s to ensure that trucks are being repaired.
  • Responsible for maintaining and updating pertinent and applicable HR and safety-related posters within the RFI office (posters from Personnel Concepts).
  • Responsible for assisting with employee clearances when needed.

 Responsibilities:

  • Abides by RFI company policies and procedures as laid out in RFI HR and Safety Handbooks.
  • Abides by company policies and procedures of all other contractors that RFI is serving/working with.
  • Arrives at office/yard on time when scheduled for work.
  • Wears proper Personal Protective Equipment and RFI uniform at all times.
  • Greets homeowners, customers and fellow contractors in a friendly, sincere and professional manner.
  • Respects fellow employees/co-workers.
  • Respects company property such as vehicles, tools, equipment, etc., and the property of fellow contractors and owners/customers.
  • Reports daily to the HR & Safety Manager, as well as the Operations Manager.
  • Executes a multitude of assignments and utilizes excellent time management skills.
  • Maintains “good housekeeping” practices onsite and at RFI headquarters, including daily inventory of tools, disposal of site waste, etc.
  • Diligently follows safety and incident reporting procedures of RFI and associated contractors.

Qualifications (Include but are not limited to):

  • Excellent organizational, time management, communication, and interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to multitask efficiently and shoulder a multitude of responsibilities.
  • Ability to adapt to last minute schedule changes.
  • Ability to focus on safety first.
  • OSHA 10 at a minimum, but preferably OSHA 30.
  • Ability to interact with field employees to ensure that all safety policies and procedures are being adhered to.
  • Ability to promote a positive work culture.
  • Commitment to quality work and customer service.
  • Ability to consistently comply with and meet RFI attendance schedule.
  • Ability to work long hours during busy times.
  • Solid work history.
  • Valid PA driver’s license.

Work Context:

  • Job locations for residential work can be up to approximately 30 miles from headquarters and up to approximately 200 miles away for commercial work.

 Salary Range:  Varies based on experience and qualifications.

 Nothing in this job description restricts management’s right to assign or reassign duties and responsibilities to this job at any time. 

RFI provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics. In addition to federal law requirements, RFI complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training.

We have more than 60 years of combined experience in the fencing industry. We will never deviate from our mission to serve you with excellence and fairness.
We at RFI pride ourselves in our professionalism, work ethic, good housekeeping, flexibility, expertise in our field, safety, efficiency, the ability to constantly get better, and most importantly, our quality of work. We instill good habits, proper training, proactive maintenance, effective communication, strict but fair policies, positive and non-hostile attitudes, professionalism, organization, accountability and advanced technology in our daily work routines to achieve success.
RFI’s dedication to safety separates us from the rest because of our continuing efforts to embrace safety as a culture and not just for compliance. We have our own safety department headed by a dedicated safety director that conducts site visits, meetings, research and trainings to better serve our company.
We offer superior products and unmatched workmanship at competitive pricing. RFI prides itself on keeping up with cutting edge technology both in the office and out in the field to be as efficient and effective as possible for providing quick, reliable service. We offer large company qualities such as experience levels, equipment, financial stability, industry resources, manpower, and versatility but by still maintaining our small business roots of quick, personalized service, workmanship and pricing.

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