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The Operations Manager for the Conway, SC branch will be responsible for the successful field operations performed out of the Conway operation, serving customer facilities across the state of SC, generally within a 1-hour radius of Conway. Responsible for a workforce of 3-5, the Operations Manager will have field, warehouse, and office responsibilities, having the opportunity to visit customer sites and oversee the operation of the facilities services performed by the company.
Reporting to the Director of Operations overseeing the Conway, Midstate, Taylors and Summerville Branches, the Conway Operations Manager will provide hands-on leadership across a diverse customer base ensuring that customer satisfaction is met, and jobs are completed at a high level of quality and safety.
Carolina IAQ, a division of Carolina Filters, Inc., provides Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) facilities services to healthcare, industrial, commercial, and educational institutions. Founded in 1968 and headquartered in Sumter, SC, Carolina Filters & Carolina IAQ have supported a wide range of industries through air filter installation services, air duct cleaning, fire and smoke damper inspections, and HVAC coil and unit cleaning.
Carolina IAQ performs services across the southeastern US to support our customer base, with operations in Summerville, Sumter, Conway, and Taylors, SC.
The Operations Manager will begin most days overseeing the preparation of multiple crews deploying to job sites to perform air filter installation services, air duct cleaning, or other IAQ related facilities services. Ensuring proper inventory and job tools are loaded into company vans/trailers, verifying job plans are properly prepared and up to date, and ensuring that each job leader is prepared for the tasks at hand are all basic and essential functions performed prior to work beginning each day.
The Operations Manager will travel in their company issued truck to oversee existing or upcoming jobs, understanding the expected productivity that the company can deliver, and finish the day by closing out at the Conway warehouse, preparing crews for the next day in the field.
The Operations Manager in each day could visit a hospital, industrial plant, or a high school to oversee work being performed in the field. Typically, work crews do not perform work on Fridays, allowing the Operations Manager a day in the office to handle routine administrative duties.
Demonstrated leadership history, a can-do attitude, and the want-to to bring innovative solutions to the industry.