Operations Manager - Virginia
Job Details

The Operations Manager, you will have a direct support role to the Area Manager and many of the functions of that position. The Operations Manager should serve as a day to day backup for the Area Manager in an operational capacity.

Essential Duties

General Branch Administration

  • Basic understanding of branch Profit and Loss (PnL) statement
  • Responsible for following proper administrative procedures such as purchase orders, billing paperwork, invoices, work receipts

Service Operations

  • Dispatching and scheduling of all field operations
  • Responsible for accurate and timely submission of all paperwork including work receipts for field staff, billing worksheets, purchase orders, change orders, petty cash reports, expense reports, accident reports and all paperwork as assigned
  • Estimating, planning and project management responsibility ensuring customers are provided compliant and accurate traffic control estimates, plans and services in the required time frame
  • Co‐operate with sub‐contractors on the work progress

Product Sales & Rentals

  • Responsible for all aspects of inventory controls and reporting (monthly at a minimum). The Area Manager should take the initiative to propose solutions for enhanced inventory methods and if necessary staffing for better overall inventory controls
  • Accountable for petty cash fund that is issued to the branch office, and ensuring submission of monthly Petty Cash Report to corporate office with backup
  • Responsible for any paperwork related to inventory, sales, rentals and rental equipment

Employee Development & Recruitment

  • Ensure a professional, stimulating and supportive work environment in the field as well as in the office
  • Recruitment, training, cross‐training and development of all staff
  • Conduct employee performance reviews during the 90 day orientation period, at 6 months and annually providing recommendations for salary and development initiatives
  • Employee reprimands, counseling’s, suspensions and terminations as approved by corporate office

Facilities & Fleet

  • Responsible for facility maintenance, security and safety
  • Ensure compliance to OSHA standards.
  • Responsible for facility’s image, appearance and organization
  • With approval from corporate office, set up all vendor and utility accounts
  • Obtain permits and licenses as required as well as being responsible for all permit checks issued to branch office
  • Responsible for all aspects of fleet management, maintenance, and reporting as directed by corporate office and the TMI Fleet Manager


  • Responsible for all areas of safety including operations being performed in the field. Area Manager will drive safety initiatives including regular safety meetings, OSHA compliance, OSHA reporting forms (300A, etc.), training of all staff and other initiatives as directed by management in order to maintain an excellent safety record
  • Conduct bi‐weekly safety meetings to reinforce safety commitment and training
  • Ensure timely treatment for all work related injury and/or illnesses sustained by TMI employees
  • Responsible for timely reporting of all work related injury and/or illnesses sustained by TMI employees to corporate office, including completion of required report

Required Knowledge

  • High level knowledge of MUTCD guidelines and regulations
  • Budget Analysis
  • Profit and Loss Analysis
  • Proven record of analyzing and bringing efficiencies to operations

Equipment Operated

  • Vehicles (Trucks/Cars) of various sizes
  • Flat bed trucks
  • Trailer mounted warning signs
  • Cones, delineators, drums, barricades, signs and various other traffic control devices
  • Trailer

Physical Requirements & Work Environment

  • Requires standing for prolonged periods of time
  • Requires lifting up 50lb
  • Requires using hands to handle, control or lift objects
  • Requires being outside and exposed to environmental conditions
  • Requires being in construction environment
  • Requires repetitive movement
  • Exposure to work near moving mechanical parts, heavy equipment and moving vehicular traffic
  • Exposure to reasonable noise levels

Education and Experience

  • College degree in construction management or any related field or equivalent combination of technical training and/ or experience
  • Minimum 4 years of relevant experience, preferably in construction



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