HVAC Sheetmetal Foreman

Job Description:

We are seeking an experienced foreman to aid in the coordination of all site activities and supervise all field personnel as required to successfully complete assigned sheet metal projects safely, on schedule, and within budget.


  • Supervise and coordinate work activities for sheet metal mechanics and helpers.
  • Demonstrate a passion for safety, help your team understand that safety is the top priority as a result of teaching and coaching behaviors that will truly prevent injury.
  • In collaboration with Construction Managers, Project Managers, and Superintendent, discuss labor and material requirements as well as evaluate work in progress to ensure sheet metal services performed meet scheduling, budget and quality standards.
  • Work side by side with sheet metal mechanics and helpers, provide guidance and demonstrate best practices to ensure job quality and customer satisfaction.

Skills and Requirements:

  • Current or previous leadership experience as a Foreman working on commercial sheet metal projects.
  • Experience installing commercial HVAC duct work.
  • Ability to interpret drawings and plans.
  • Thorough knowledge of SMACNA standards.
  • Thorough knowledge of OSHA safety regulations.
  • Experience and demonstrated skills with Microsoft office and internet usage.
  • Ability to utilize judgement to make decisions, independently.
  • High energy level to handle dynamic, evolving, and fast-paced workload.
  • Initiative; self-motivated (driven), self-starter.
  • Skillful listener, with excellent communication, interpersonal, and customer service skills.
  • Professional demeanor and positive attitude.


  • Elective Health, Dental and Vision Insurance
  • Short and Long-term disability
  • Company paid life insurance
  • Accidental death and dismemberment Insurance
  • 401K Savings plan: CSUSA will match a percentage of income
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Employer HSA contribution
  • Tuition reimbursement
  • Paid Time Off

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