Restoration & Recovery is looking for motivated individuals to join our team.
CURRENT JOB OPENINGS
The position will be an “inside” development position charged with assisting company principals in growing stormwater inspection, maintenance and repair revenue for the company. The BDA will be responsible for researching and tracking business opportunities within the governmental, industrial and institutional sectors in the eastern U.S. He/she will research large/corporate owners of stormwater BMP’s, create databases of the BMP’s and their management approaches, and work with other team members as we pursue large national contracts for the servicing of those BMP’s.
The BDA should have strong initiative, be inquisitive and innovative in how he/she researches BMP’s, be a wonderful communicator in both written and verbal form, love using technology and social media, be a great and detailed organizer of data, have excellent time management and project planning skills (and be able to coerce those who don’t!), have a fun personality (we don’t want to work with jerks or duds), and be an all-around great person.
IMPORTANT SKILLS TO EXECUTE JOB RESPONSIBILITIES
- Extremely detailed and organized
- Excellent written, verbal and telephone communication skills
- Be willing to be a valued and valuable part of a team
- MS OFFICE: Excel, Word, Outlook
- Adobe Acrobat
- Knowledge of Marketing materials and processes
The position will pay a modest base salary and potential bonus. We are looking for an individual with experience in sales and marketing, and also a desire to learn and appreciate stormwater management and water quality. The BDA must live in the Savannah, Bluffton or Hilton Head area.
The Operations Manager-In-Training supports the Operations Manager (OM) in every aspect of running a 3-4 person regional crew. Specific duties include organizing crew arrangements, such as making hotel reservations or planning the weekly route; administering brief but regular safety, equipment, and company culture trainings; securing, maintaining, and operating company equipment, including a truck and trailer; completing weekly paperwork and tracking expenses; and speaking directly with clients before and after service visits.
This position requires a high degree of personal leadership and motivation – the OM and OMIT are responsible for keeping the crew on a challenging schedule during the growing season while maintaining the highest quality standards.
A successful OMIT will have mastered the required skills and be ready for promotion to Operations Manager within 6-12 months.
A clean background check, clean driving record, and clean pre-employment drug screen are required. Ability to relocate is very desirable; bilingual skills (Spanish) are a plus.
OMITs must be willing to travel and be away from home 3-5 days a week and work outside in all conditions. Personal safety equipment and company weather-appropriate clothing are provided.