SpawGlass, a Texas-based commercial and civil contractor, has just created a position on the team as an Administrative Assistant for our Safety Department in Houston, TX.
A Bit about Us
Our organization was founded in 1953 by Louis Spaw and Frank Glass, hence the name SpawGlass. With 10 offices across Texas, the company now has approximately 800 employees statewide and is 100 percent employee-owned with ownership open to all employees. Our DNA is comprised of five core values: Build Trust, Be Professional, Live Teamwork, Be Passionate and Think Like an Owner and our purpose is to provide our clients with the absolute best construction experience.
What Sets Us Apart
SpawGlass wants to invest in you and your future. We not only want to hire the best people; we also want to retain them. The average tenure of our workforce is 10 years – more than twice the median years of tenure in the construction industry nationwide.
Reporting directly to the Safety Manager, your position will have the following components:
- Complete clerical/data entry tasks with attention to detail and accuracy
- Track all safety incidents and complete monthly safety reports
- Prepare and monitor invoices
- Maintain safety training records and prepare reports for management review
- Administration of Smartsheet as a safety and risk management tool
- Promote SpawGlass’ safety incentive program and track Good Catch/Near Miss submissions
- Bilingual (Spanish/English) strongly preferred
- Prior administrative support experience for safety and risk management considered a plus
- High school diploma or equivalent
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
- Strong organizational skills
- Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, etc.)
SpawGlass will provide you with an engaging work environment where you can make an impact, develop your career, and achieve a healthy work-life balance. If this opportunity appeals to you, let’s talk.
SpawGlass is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Women, minorities, veterans and individuals with
disabilities are encouraged to apply.