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Bolted Storage Tank Installation Foreman


Are you a natural leader? Are you comfortable heading up a team as well as taking meetings with General Contractors and Project Owners?

If so, you may be the perfect candidate for our Bolted Tank Installer Foreman position.

In this position, you will work side-by-side with your team constructing bolted storage tanks for domestic and international applications.

This is a Direct Hire position with Full-Time Benefits, not contract work

Duties and Responsibilities:

Work with and lead construction crews in the installation of bolted steel tanks

Supervises the onsite construction of projects according to the project plans.

Ensures projects are completed within prescribed schedules and budgets and in compliance with company policies and procedures, safety standards, applicable codes, and directives from authorities having jurisdiction.

Hands-on supervision and work alongside crew members to erect tanks proficiently and efficiently. Provides instruction and manages the efforts of construction workers.

Read and interpret blueprints; unload and stage materials, align prefabricated materials, and bolt them together, operate the jacking system when applicable.

Works with Construction Managers on job site responding to any questions raised by owners, contractors, vendors, etc., reporting issues back to the corporate office.

Works with Human Resources as needed on employee questions, concerns, complaints, or performance management issues. Review time- sheets for payroll processing.

Produces daily Project Reports and submits to Project manager providing feedback on critical issues, delays, or any concerns that may impede completion of the project.

Request approval for expenditures to ensure adherence to departmental budget, including labor cost, equipment, etc.


5 or more years management and field experience in the construction of bolted tank projects.

Available for continuous travel, both domestic, and international – up to 7 days per week for long periods.

Working knowledge of management procedures, budgeting, training, and program implementation.

Requires excellent communications skills.

Proficient in Microsoft Office, Excel, Word, Adobe Acrobat, and other related software.

Technically proficient to work remotely, respond to emails, complete daily reports, and send pictures while on the job site.

Extensive knowledge of specific health, federal, state, and professional regulations.

OSHA 30, Confined Space, Aerial, and Forklift Operators Certifications Required.

Valid U.S. Driver’s License and U.S. Passport required

Please provide information about the previous bolted storage tank construction job on which you worked.

UIG offers medical benefits and paid vacation.

Salary Negotiable


Lake Forest, CA

Join the UIG team working beside our Senior Project Managers in our Lake Forest CA location.

The project coordinator responsibilities include regular communication with engineers, vendors, dealers, and customers to create proposals, review plans, and specifications, generate quotes and respond to customer requests.

Some travel may be necessary to visit job sites, vendors, and clients.


Review plans and specifications, generate proposals, provide direction, and handle customer questions.

Follow-up with engineers, general contractors, owners and vendors regarding project status and deliverables.

Attend trade-shows and conduct classes, interact with customers, vendors, contractors; build long-term relationships

Generate requests for engineering design and estimates to outside vendors based on customer requirements

Review estimates and prepare the final proposals.

Process sales orders and coordinate for proper product delivery.

Occasional travel.

Other responsibilities as assigned by senior management.

Education & Certification

Degree in engineering, business administration or related field is desirable or equivalent practical experience.

Knowledge & Experience

Must have a working knowledge of AutoCAD.

Must have prior experience working with contractors and engineers.

Excellent organizational and time management skills

Ability to read and understand technical/construction plans and specifications

Excellent written and verbal communication skills both on the phone and via email

General knowledge of construction procedures and processes

Knowledge of various Microsoft Office programs including Word, Excel, Outlook

Medical benefits and paid vacation.

Great, quiet office location in Southern Orange County.