Employment at ABC and ABC Chapters
Friday, October 18, 2019 1:08 PM
About Associated Builders and Contractors
Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) is a national association that, through its 69 chapters represents more than 21,000 merit shop construction and construction-related firms that employ nearly two million workers. ABC's membership represents all specialties within the U.S. construction industry and is comprised primarily of firms that perform work in the industrial and commercial sectors of the industry.
As the face and voice of the construction industry, ABC represents its members - many of whom are small business entrepreneurs - before the legislative, executive and judicial branches of the federal government and with state and local governments, as well as with the news media. ABC's mission is the advancement of the merit shop construction philosophy, which encourages open competition and a free-enterprise approach that awards contracts based solely on merit, regardless of labor affiliation.
ABC's activities include government representation, legal advocacy, education, workforce development, communications, technology, recognition through national and chapter awards programs, employee benefits, information on best practices and business development through an online contractor search directory.
ABC was founded in 1950 when seven contractors gathered in Baltimore, Md. to create an association based on the shared belief that construction projects should be awarded on merit to the most qualified and responsible low bidders. Their courage and dedication to the merit shop philosophy spread rapidly, and within time, ABC became the fastest-growing association in the United States.
Today, ABC is recognized as one of the leading organizations representing America's business community and the merit shop construction industry but represents less than 11% of its target market. A key current initiative is to identify strategies that will ultimately double ABC membership.
About ABC of the Carolinas
The chapter represents more than 300 member companies across an expansive two-state North and South Carolina area. The chapter was chartered in 1998 and has grown steadily over the past two decades. There is great opportunity for growth as the chapter is currently at less than 10 per cent of market share. Operations and services are provided through a council structure under the chapter board of directors. The Chapter currently has seven councils in the Carolinas. As CEO there is regular collaboration and in person activity with each of the councils given their impact on the development and execution of strategy, programs and services within the chapter. Staff is in key areas in the two states.
The Chapter completed a strategic planning process in 2017 and developed a strategic plan through 2022.
ABC of the Carolinas Strategic Goals
1. Workforce Development– Be the leading force in the construction industry for Workforce Development and Training in the Carolinas.
2. Political Advocacy – Increase the political influence of ABC to advance the Merit Shop philosophy and Free Enterprise in the Carolinas and Nationally.
3. Health and Safety – Establish ABC’s Members as the benchmark for health and safety in the construction industry in the Carolinas.
4. Membership Growth & Engagement– To continuously grow and deliver value to a diverse and committed membership.
5. Carolinas Chapter Development- To make the ABC Carolinas Chapter the “Construction Association of Choice” in the Carolinas.
The ABC President and CEO works with the board to set the association's strategic direction and then builds/leads the ABC team to execute against that plan. He/she is responsible for developing and building consensus around policies, programs and activities designed to serve the needs of a diverse, chapter membership and for ensuring that the organization is run in an effective, ethical and financially responsible manner. He/she is also accountable for energetically engaging membership to retain current and attract/recruit new ABC members. This position includes regular travel throughout the two-state area as well as attendance at National meetings four times per year at various locations throughout the US.
CANDIDATE SPECIFICATION: KEY SELECTION CRITERIA
Passion for the free enterprise system and merit shop philosophy.
At least 10 years of leadership, management and decision-making experience with direct accountability for results at the executive level, with a budget and staff of comparable size and complexity to that of ABC.
Experience building consensus among disparate groups and volunteer leaders with varied and often competing interests.
Experience in engaging, delegating & motivating both staff and volunteers in the execution & implementation of association plans, activities, events.
Experience serving as a politically savvy face and voice of an industry or group at the state or national level; a skilled and strategic spokesperson and advocate on public policy issues and with the media.
While experience in the construction industry is not a requirement, knowledge of, or the ability to quickly become substantively credible on, the construction industry and the issues affecting it is important.
Critical Competencies for Success
Strategic Visionary: He/she will be an executive who will tell the merit shop industry's story in a credible and passionate way that enhances the business climate and adds value to ABC's members. The President and CEO will be experienced at anticipating issues and building consensus around policy positions; be an active listener who, in a collaborative but aggressive fashion, cultivates and leverages a network of relationships to advance the industry's agenda. The President and CEO will guide the board to balance long-term strategic thinking with short-term goals. The President and CEO will work collaboratively with the national association leadership in the alignment of strategy with the ABC Association Wide Plan.
Leadership and Management: ABC's next President and CEO will work with the management team and Board to ensure the association's continued operational strength. He/she will demonstrate a transparent and inclusive style; build consensus around key issues and initiatives despite differing member perspectives; and, promote a culture of passion and urgency among the staff.
The President and CEO will help lead ABC to be the most powerful pro-business, pro-free enterprise advocate for the construction industry and lead the association to consistently deliver value to its members and the construction industry.
Other Personal Characteristics
Exceptional communications skills and listening ability
High energy: Someone who approaches challenges with optimism and vigor
Highest levels of integrity, ethics and honesty
Collaborative, synergistic and interdependent
Ability to market, attract and recruit as members individuals/firms on the merits of the Association individually and through staff
For consideration email email@example.com to receive a full job description, strategic plan and organization chart. After reviewing the material you may apply by sending your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Wednesday, October 2, 2019 9:17 AM
To apply, please contact: ChapterJobs@abc.org.
Serves as the President, responsible to the Chair and Board of Directors for the effective and efficient operations of the business and financial affairs of WTCABC and oversight of WTCABC staff. Recommends and participates in Board formulation of the Chapter’s mission, goals, objectives, strategic plans and related policies. Within that framework plans, organizes, coordinates, controls, and directs the staff, programs, and activities of the Chapter.
General manager of all office affairs and supervision of all staff personnel.
Prepare the annual budget and revise as necessary with the Board of Directors approval.
Responsible for working with all committees, including standing committees, and, along with the Chapter Chair, recruiting members to serve on committees.
Responsible for oversight of member recruitment and membership retention and working with the Membership Committee.
Responsible for working with the Political Action Committee on issues relevant to the construction industry and Chapter members.
Responsible for working with the Education and Training Committee on training and educational opportunities for Chapter members and their employees.
Responsible for all Chapter and National ABC membership records and submissions to National ABC.
Serve as liaison with all local, state, and federal government legislative and administrative sections, as well as boards and committees.
Maintain a good working relationship with the National ABC staff, as well as other Chapter staffs.
Responsible for giving up-to-date reports to the Board of Directors, the Membership and Committees.
Work closely with the General Counsel and others as appointed by the Board of Directors.
Promote new business for Chapter Membership.
Organize and supervise the efficient operation of all membership meetings, board meetings and other Chapter events.
Interact with members and promote ABC and the Chapter to non-members.
Market and promote WTCABC services and related products to its members and prospective members.
Additional duties and responsibilities that may be assigned by the Chair or Board of Directors.
All staff reports directly to the President. The President, with the approval of the Executive Committee, may employ such additional staff as he or she shall deem necessary to carry out the programs of the Chapter. The President shall terminate existing staff as he or she shall deem necessary.
Has regular contact with the executive committee and the board of directors and its committees on policy matters and other issues as appropriate. Maintains personal contact with other state chapters, the national organization and the general membership to the greatest degree possible. Maintains appropriate relationships with other associations, industry, government, public service organizations, and vendors to enhance the image of the association and the attainment of its objectives.
Knowledge and Skills
Possess Business Acumen
Ability to Communicate Proficiently
Prior experience with boards of directors
Prior experience with managing volunteer committees
Possess a Customer/Client Focus
Possess Proven Leadership
Proven ability at Problem Solving/Analysis
Must be Results Driven
Must be able to think strategically
This job operates in a professional office environment. This role routinely uses standard office equipment such as computers, phones, photocopiers, filing cabinets, email, mass communication systems and website management.
Preferred Education and Experience
Bachelor’s or Associate’s degree in sales, marketing or business administration or equivalent number of years of experience.
Five (5) years of related experience with progressive management experience.
Prior non-profit experience and leadership.
Understanding of small business and corporate operations. Some understanding of the construction industry.
Prior experience with delivery of educational programs, especially targeted at non-traditional and/or adult student populations and using distance learning techniques.
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Monday, September 16, 2019 8:38 AM
||Regulatory Affairs Assistant
|FUNCTIONAL AREA / DEPARTMENT:
||Government Affairs / External Relations
|| Senior Director of Policy
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ABC’s position descriptions are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by the incumbent(s) of this job. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities and activities required of the position. ABC’s position descriptions do not create a contract, express or imply, or other legal rights between ABC and any staff member, nor do they guarantee employment or specific duties for any specific duration. ABC may add, change, delete, suspend or discontinue any of these positions and descriptions at any time without prior notice.
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Founded in 1950, Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) is a national construction industry trade association representing more than 21,000 members. Founded on the merit shop philosophy, ABC and its 69 chapters help members develop people, win work and deliver that work safely, ethically, profitably and for the betterment of the communities in which ABC and its members work. Visit us at www.abc.org.
The Regulatory Affairs Assistant will report directly to the Senior Director of Policy, Government Affairs. The assistant is responsible for the day-to-day administration of the Construction Legal Rights Foundation (CLRF) and will have significant contact with CLRF trustees, attorneys, and ABC chapter staff and members nationwide.
DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES
• Serve as the day-to-day administrator of CLRF.
Coordinate and assist in preparing CLRF meetings and conference calls.
• Help chapter staff and ABC members and/or their attorneys understand and comply with CLRF procedures.
• Manage and coordinate legal and issue advocacy campaign applications for CLRF funding.
• Review, monitor, and coordinate payment of expenses authorized and funded by CLRF for individual legal cases and issue advocacy campaigns.
• Analyze existing case management and tracking systems and assist in developing new systems and/or modifications to existing systems.
• Assist in developing new policies and procedures for applications and process procedures as needed to meet the objectives of CLRF and serve the needs of ABC constituencies.
• Coordinate and assist as necessary in preparing CLRF’s management and financial reports to trustees, including case status, CLRF investments and balance sheet.
• Assist as necessary in developing the annual proposed budget, which is based on goals, estimated income, undesignated funds, cases subject to close, and long-term funding needed for existing legal cases and campaigns.
• Draft letters and other correspondence needed by the trustees that explain policies to ABC constituencies and funding decisions to applicants.
• Assist with ABC’s annual Legal Conference.
• Support efforts of ABC–particularly the Government Affairs department–which includes monitoring and researching federal regulatory issues, attending congressional hearings, updating the government affairs section of ABC’s website and other similar responsibilities as needed.
• Ability to communicate and work effectively with a broad range of professionals at all levels.
• Organizational awareness and resourcefulness–understand whom to engage in order to identify solutions and resolve issues.
• Demonstrated use of intermediate computer operations (basic programming, relational databases and operating systems) and intermediate software packages.
• A minimum of a bachelor’s degree at an accredited college or university.
• One year of work experience and familiarity with federal regulatory process.
To achieve our mission, we hire energetic and fun-loving individuals who possess the following skills:
• Professional demeanor and presentation of self.
• Ability to organize and manage several priorities simultaneously while working under pressure and deadlines.
• Strong writing and verbal skills.
• Self-starter, highly organized.
• Ability to coordinate projects, meetings and/or events a plus.
• Strong organizational, multi-tasking and time management skills with the ability to work in a demanding self-directed work schedule.
• Effectively utilizes tools/resources to work efficiently.
• Ability to take ownership of a process and to use problem solving skills to resolve issues.
• Demonstrates the highest level of personal and ethical standards.
• Work accurately with close attention to detail.
• It is the continuing policy of ABC to take affirmative action to assure equal opportunity for all current and prospective employees without regard to race, color, national origin, ancestry, age, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, personal appearance, marital status, familial status, family responsibility, pregnancy or other pregnancy-related conditions, childbirth, disability, military/veteran status, citizenship status, religion or political affiliation, past convictions or incarceration, prior psychiatric treatment, or any other status protected by federal or state law, local ordinance or Executive Orders. ABC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
• ADA: ABC will make reasonable accommodations in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.
• While performing the responsibilities of the position, the employee is required to talk and hear. The employee is often required to sit and use their hands and fingers, to handle or feel. The employee is occasionally required to stand, walk, reach with arms and hands, climb or balance, and to stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl. Vision abilities required by this job include close vision.
• This position is performed in a typical office environment. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally exposed to moving mechanical parts and vehicles. The noise level in the work environment is usually quiet to moderate.
Tuesday, September 10, 2019 9:00 AM
||Director of Education & Safety
To apply, please submit a letter of intent, resume, references and salary requirements to email@example.com.
The Associated Builders and Contractors Rocky Mountain Chapter (ABCRMC) is the leading commercial construction trade association in Colorado & Wyoming. ABCRMC is seeking a Director of Education & Safety to grow, engage and serve the industry.
The Director of Education & Safety is responsible for developing and administering all the chapter educational training and safety programs. The candidate for this role must be well organized, self-starter and passionate about educating and training people. The Director position requires someone who considers themselves to be a leader to effectively manage and grow the chapters programs serving the industry.
RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO:
- Provide leadership working with clients to provide solutions to educate and train their workforce.
- Grow ABCRMC’s offerings to meet the needs of the industry.
- Set forth a strategy to create and maintain a culture of safety.
- Organize and develop programs and events to help maximize retention and attract new investors.
- Create conditions for ABC’s policy, vision, mission, and related program strategies to succeed.
- Maintain Education Database.
- Strategize opportunities for growth in the department.
- Administer apprenticeship program in Wyoming.
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- Excellent communications, organizational and interpersonal skills.
- Passion for connecting people.
- Creative thinker and fast learner, ability to communicate ideas effectively.
- Self-motivated & proactive.
- Strong negotiating skills.
- Willingness to travel within the state of Colorado.
Monday, August 12, 2019 9:26 AM
ASSOCIATED BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS - metro washington chapter OFFICE
||Director of Education
To apply, send resume to Debbie Livingston - firstname.lastname@example.org
Establishes the strategic direction and delivery of relevant educational programming that meets the needs of the construction industry in the areas of apprenticeship, craft training and safety.
Administrator for the ABC CraftMasters Training Trust (CTT) training Academy. Manages CTT’s profit and loss, budget, finance and operations and is responsible for the management, development and administrative efficiency of staff.
Ensures compliance with all federal, state and local agencies governing registered apprenticeship programs.
Staff Liaison to
Craft Training Committee
Responsibilities and Duties
Grow CraftMasters’ attendance and income:
Develop and deliver world-class apprenticeship, craft training, safety and other skills training programs.
Maintain close dialogue with member companies to better understand their educational needs and work with appropriate staff and committees to align ABC’s offerings.
Promote the association’s apprenticeship and craft training programs in a positive and professional manner to members and other stakeholders.
Utilize existing pre-apprenticeship template to bring potential funders to CTT and workers to the industry.
Master an understanding of federal and state registered apprenticeship regulations in order to effectively educate member company personnel.
Collaborate with Director of Workforce Development, where appropriate, to advance ABC’s Careers in Construction efforts.
Participate in the development and implementation of marketing strategies and plans designed to support and/or grow apprenticeship, craft training and safety programs.
Obtain NCCER master trainer certification.
General management and oversight of operations and finance:
Develop annual plan that addresses members’ training needs and achieves CTT’s financial goals.
Prepare and manage annual budget and regularly provide benchmarking, status and forecasting reports.
Understand and facilitate billings and, when required, collections processes.
Recruit, develop, supervise and evaluate ABC staff members assigned to CraftMasters.
Develop administrative policies and procedures and monitor staff’s, instructors’, students’ and others’ compliance.
Establish processes for, and maintain oversight of, accurate apprenticeship, OJT hours, grades and attendance records to meet jurisdictional requirements.
Oversee instructor recruitment and retention efforts.
Negotiate and review contracts before bringing to President for approval.
Serve as Staff Liaison to the Craft Training and Safety Committees:
Ensure that all record keeping of the committees is accurate and timely, including working with committee chairpersons in the preparation of meeting agendas and meeting minutes.
Establish clear understanding of the committees’purpose and role in delivering educational solutions for members.
Standard staff responsibilities:
Pursue personal contact with members; including member visits, presentations and networking opportunities.
Represent the association in public and private presentations, at career fairs and elsewhere, which could necessitate hours beyond the normal business day.
Serve as liaison to NCCER and sponsored schools to maintain accreditation.
Attend ABC National conference(s), when/if assigned.
Attend ABC’s monthly events and other chapter meetings and events as directed.
Attend CTT Board of Trustees meetings and ABC Board of Directors meetings.
Perform such other duties as assigned by the President.
Chapter staff: Directly supervise, develop and evaluate staff members assigned to ABC CraftMasters. Maintain a professional and collaborative working relationship with other staff members that will help the Association achieve its objectives and ensure a productive work environment.
Chapter committees: Maintain a professional and ethical relationship that will help the committee achieve its goals to the extent that staff and financial resources allow.
Committee chairs: Establish and maintain rapport with committee chairs to ensure a smooth and productive working relationship.
General membership: Respond professionally and promptly to inquiries or requests for help from members. Requests for services or assistance outside of the department’s resources should be referred to the appropriate department or the President.
Minimum Requirements/Performance Standards
In-depth knowledge of the English language and grammar, including the ability to write comprehensive, legible sentences, correspondence and other written communication.
Excellent financial and organizational management skills.
Strategic and long-term planning capabilities.
Excellent computer knowledge and skills in working on common computer programs such as Microsoft Office.
Database management proficiency.
Excellent reading comprehension skills.
Able to communicate (speaking and listening) to members, customers and the general public.
Highly professional and able to work well with staff members, volunteers, instructors and the public.
Experience in managing people.
World-class customer service experience and skills.
Professional appearance during working hours.
Talking on telephone
Speaking in public
Operating basic office equipment
Planning and scheduling programs and personal schedule
Preparing and managing budgets and financial transactions
Handling customer relations
Working with volunteers and committees
The work environment within the office has a low to moderate noise level in a temperature-controlled building. Flexibility in changing tasks is required in order to be responsive to immediate member needs as they enter the office, call or email their requests. The position requires driving in the local area and considerable time outside the office conducting meetings with members, schools, government agencies, business entities, and/or attending events. Driving responsibilities include negotiating city, highway and suburban roads year round.
Education and Experience
Bachelor’s degree OR equivalent experience
Construction experience/background helpful
Background in educational or association environment helpful
Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.
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Wednesday, April 24, 2019 12:12 PM
ASSOCIATED BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS - new jersey chapter OFFICE
||Mount Laurel, NJ
To apply, send resume to email@example.com
The ABC NJ Education Director will develop, administer, and maintain all educational and training programs for ABC NJ, including but not limited to ABC NJ Apprenticeship program, Safety and Workforce Development programs and training services for ABC NJ and its members.
Coordinate activities of all Chapter Apprenticeship programs and management educational programs
Determine the need for new training programs within the Chapter membership
- • Act as liaison between the Apprenticeship Committees, Community College, Federal & State apprenticeship funds and students
Recruit new instructors for Chapter Apprenticeship programs and instructors for other educational programs.
- • Work with the Apprenticeship Committee members to create additional training programs
- • Work with Management & Education Committee members to create educational programs to meet the needs of the membership
Establish and maintain liaison with local schools, U.S. and NJ Departments of Labor Licensing and Regulation (DLLR)and other potential source for recruiting apprentices
Maintain accurate files on the progress of all apprentices; with proper records regarding state registration, Veterans Administration, and NCCER
Ensure proper maintenance of student records, grades and OJT hours
Keep the Trust, Board, and Apprenticeship Committee apprised of all information pertinent to the operation of the chapter apprenticeship program
Work with the apprenticeship budget established by the Trust and Board of Directors and under the guidance of the President
Provide articles of interest on apprenticeship and other educational programs for the Chapter newsletter.
- • Conduct "Train the Trainer Program" for new hired instructors
- • Register them with proper school system and NCCER
- • Maintain a reserve pool of teachers for future programs, as the need arises
Monitor each program on a bi-weekly basis through personal visits to classes in all trades
Will personally visit contractors that have potential apprentices an attempt to recruit same additional company participation
Ability to work outside of the core business hours when necessary
Directly responsible for all actions
Mutually assisting at all times
Provide facts and ideas
Submit reports covering activities and expenses
Board of Directors
Provide ideas and information as needed, as well as execution
Primarily responsible for maintaining and increasing apprenticeship
Make formal report at monthly board meetings
Apprenticeship Committee & Management Committee
Provide information and recommend policies and procedures for the committees to follow
Act as liaison between this committee and the membership-at-large
Keep minutes of all committee meetings and establish an agenda prior to each
Assist committee chairperson and board liaison in preparing monthly committee reports to the Chapter Board of Directors
Recent association experience preferred, with a focus on apprenticeship and educational training
Displays a passion for education planning and implementation, especially for the construction industry
The ideal candidate would have a college education, knowledge of the construction industry, state and federal apprenticeship training laws
Must exhibit excellent written/verbal communication and exceptional member service skills
Ability to work well in a fast-paced and team-oriented environment with a high level of energy, enthusiasm and passion for free enterprise
Business acumen with strong organizational skills, a sense of urgency and a commitment to quality
Knowledge of the construction safety industry and OSHA certifications are a plus
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Monday, February 11, 2019 8:31 AM
ASSOCIATED BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS - Southern california chapter OFFICE
||Director of Government Affairs
To apply, send resume to Kevin Garrett - KGarrett@abcsocal.net
The Director of Government Affairs is responsible for the coordination of the Chapter’s Legislative and PAC Committees. The position enhances and advances ABC Southern California’s strategic objectives and the Merit shop philosophy. The Director is the point person for this activity and is responsible for keeping the Association, its leaders and President informed and engaged. The Director will work to ensure that when various staff and elected officials think construction, they will think ABC Southern California.
DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES
Work with ABC contracted lobbyist(s)
Recommend positions to take on legislation
Track and report events, political opportunities, legislative activity, and member testimony on public record on ABC’s issues to assist legislative agenda
Attend legislative hearings, meetings, and events
Educate members on issues of importance to the industry
Stay informed and educated on legislation that affects ABC members
Pursue changes in law that benefit the merit shop while aggressively combating efforts to marginalize merit shop contractors
Develop and deliver a successful Legislative Day
Develop and send key advocacy messaging for members and elected officials
Coordinate visits with members of Congress, California legislators and local government officials to discuss issues of importance
Level the playing field by coordinating the PLA fight, challenge PLAs at public hearings where appropriate, monitor and report on PLAs in geographic area, educate committees, members, and staff about the benefits of advancing the Merit Shop Philosophy, and activate members to participate in advocacy efforts
Political Action Committee
Raise money for, and awareness about, the ABC PAC
Plan ABC PAC events
Fulfill ABC PAC donations rewards and acknowledgments
Track PAC contributions by member
Secure prior authorization forms from membership
Serve as Committee Steward For PAC Board:
Organized with effective time management skills
Self-motivated and administratively self-maintaining
Consultative sales technique
Demonstrated ability to close business deals
Prior experience and or understanding of association management
Demonstrable capability for strategic thinking
General business understanding
Minimum of five years as an employee, influencer, lobbyist or senior staff to an elected official working in local and or state government
Minimum of three years of experience in a leadership role of a trade association, chamber of commerce
Minimum of five years interacting with, supporting or working for a state or local government body
Valid California Driver's License, vehicle and insurance
Must be able to travel, up to 30% of workweek, in connection with state and local legislative and policy meetings
Extensive knowledge of the Southern California construction industry
- • Set up committee and organize meetings
- • Manage committee meetings
- • Take and distribute minutes
- • Report on committee project deliverables, actions and needs
- • Follow endorsement and PAC contribution guidelines
- • Track state, local and national PAC donations for ABC Southern California Chapter
It is the continuing policy of ABC, Southern California Chapter to take affirmative action to assure equal opportunity for all current and prospective employees without regard to race, color, national origin, ancestry, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age (40 or older), genetic information, personal appearance, marital status, familial status, family responsibility, pregnancy or other pregnancy-related conditions, childbirth, disability, military/veteran status, citizenship status, religion or political affiliation, past convictions or incarceration, prior psychiatric treatment, or any other status protected by federal or state law, local ordinance or Executive Orders. ABC, Southern California Chapter is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
ADA: ABC Southern California Chapter will make reasonable accommodations in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and any relevant state law.
While performing the responsibilities the employee is required to talk and hear. The employee is often required to sit and use their hands and fingers, to handle or feel. The employee is occasionally required to stand, walk, reach with arms and hands, climb or balance, and to stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl. Vision abilities required by this job include close vision.
This position is performed in a typical office environment. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally exposed to moving mechanical parts and vehicles. The noise level in the work environment is usually quiet to moderate.
ABC’s Position Descriptions are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by the incumbent(s) of this job. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities and activities required of the position. ABC’s Position Descriptions do
not create a contract, express or imply, or other legal rights between ABC and any staff member, nor guarantee employment or specific duties for any specific duration. ABC may add, change, delete, suspend or discontinue any of these positions and descriptions at any time without prior notice.
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Thursday, January 24, 2019 2:57 PM
ASSOCIATED BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS - northern california chapter OFFICE
||Facility Training Manager
Provide classroom instructions in one or more of the following trades (Electrical, Carpentry, Plumbing, Painting and/or Construction Craft Laborer) maintain classroom conduct, information, material, equipment, tools and labs. The instructor is also tasks with conducting job-site visits to member job sites to ensure compliance with program rules and regulations, job-site safety protocol, and state supervision compliance.
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