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Clark Pacific has a challenging and rewarding career awaiting you. As one of the leading design-build precast manufacturers in the United States, we have strong project and structural engineering teams as well as high-performing teams in production, field, IT, administration, HR, estimating/sales and marketing. Being a part of Clark Pacific is a great move at any point in your career. Join us as we help owners/developers, architects, and builders create high-quality projects and new additions to the vibrant urban landscape of California and the Western US.


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Clark Pacific
attn: HR Department
1980 South River Road
West Sacramento, CA 95691
Fax: 916.372.0323

Clark Pacific is an Equal Opportunity Employer.



The Safety Coordinator is responsible for discovering and correcting unsafe conditions, conducting safety inspections, communicating and coordinating with the General, and monitoring all safety documentation. Additional safety duties may be added.

Discovering and Correcting Unsafe Conditions:

  1. Ask safety manager or foreman if unclear about a hazard.
  2. Perform housekeeping during down time.
  3. Remove and replace warning tape for main gate so trucks can pass.
    1. Check with engineer for scheduled arrivals.
    2. Main Gate:Must be removed just before truck arrives and replaced immediately after truck leaves.
  4. Remove and replace warning tape for back entrance so trucks can pass.
    1. Back Gate:Maintain barricade, but leave Ice Plant road clear.
  5. Erect and maintain safety cables.
  6. Correct unsafe conditions or report to Turner.
    1. Be proactive so we have early detection of hazards.
    2. Post safety signs.
    3. Tag-out unsafe conditions until repaired.
    4. Perform a daily inventory of equipment, tools, and supplies to ensure plenty of stanchions, tape, rope, etc.

Correcting Unsafe Conditions:

  1. Cover holes with a trench plate or barricade with yellow tape.
    1. No plywood over holes.
    2. Caution tape not needed if we are working in the area, but Turner must be notified and the tape must be replaced if our finished work does not provide sufficient protection.
  2. Keep diamonds protected with yellow tape.
  3. Replace red tape after each crane move.
    1. Monitor red tape areas.
  4. Ensure the horn is blasted at the start of each lift.

Conducting Safety Inspections:

  1. Perform one inspection daily.
    1. Use blue cards.
  2. Ensure panels have at least one support while in transit from staging area.
  3. 3.               Give crane operator’s daily inspection from to Turner.

Communicating and Coordinating with General:

  1. Meet with Turner superintendent at start of each day regarding safety.
  2. Meet with Turner superintendent near end of day to coordinate safety tasks.

Monitoring All Safety Documentation:

  1. Verify foreman’s rigging inspection occurred and noted on daily report to Turner.
    1. See engineer for details.
  2. Give foreman’s daily erection meeting minutes to Turner and G. Prewitt.
    1. Use routing envelopes for G. Prewitt.
  3. Give foreman’s safety meeting minutes to Turner after Monday meeting.

Please contact Brent Perkins at with resume and references. 



The CIS Engineer, as a member of the Clark Improvement Systems team, will support the application of Lean Manufacturing principles within the plant. This will be accomplished by collecting and analyzing data, developing and publishing reports, and participating in various continuous improvement efforts and events.


  1. Standard Work (30%)
    • Observe and research operations to create process maps
    • Document and maintain process maps as assigned
    • Document “Standard Work” procedures for production processes
    • Audit “Standard Work” procedures for production processes
    • Document work instructions for engineering and project management process
    • Collect data from standard work monitoring tools and analyze using Pareto charts 
  2. Visual Management (40%)
    • 6S program
    • Conduct 6S audits as assigned
    • Update and distribute associated reports
    • Assist foreman in developing 6S action plans to drive improvement
    • Production boards
    • Update production board graphs and charts
    • Assist foremen/supervisors/superintendents in developing continuous improvement action plans in the areas of Safety, Quality, Cost, and Delivery
    • Working with production supervisors, monitor crew specific metrics for Safety, Quality, Cost, and Delivery
  3. ​​Kaizen Events (20%)
    • Observe and document production processes and business processes in preparation for kaizen events
    • Participate in Kaizen events as a facilitator or as a team member
    • Document and prepare presentations for kaizen events
    • Monitor 30 day action plans resulting from kaizen events
    • Monitor sustainment of standard work resulting from Kaizen activity
  4. Additional Items (10%)
    • Other duties as assigned


II.  JOB SPECIFICATIONSJob specifications should include all necessary qualifications to perform the full job at an acceptable level.

Kind and length of experience:  Lead and manage all Continuous Improvement activities across site, Measure and report on site productivity saving w ith a focus on Lean Manufacturing. Non-engineers with experience in Lean Manufacturing or production support activities may be considered.

  • Specialized Knowledge:   Ability to write work instructions.  Ability to document processes.  Attention to detail.  Strong in Microsoft Office products (especially Excel).  General understanding of Lean Manufacturing concepts, Collaborate Across Workgroups, Communicate Effectively, Deliver High Quality Work, Focus on the Customer,  Initiate Positive Change Action Oriented  
  • Minimum Knowledge/education/certification/license requirements: BS in manufacturing or industrial engineering or equivalent work experience.  Experience in pre-cast concrete, or Lean Manufacturing is a plus.
  • Physical Requirements (i.e., extended periods of sitting, bending, stooping, standing, walking or driving; frequency of lifting or carrying heavy objects - note required weight; required communication skills - verbal/auditory): Strong communication skills.  Detail oriented.  Creative.  Self-motivated.  Strong teamwork skills.
  • Environmental Factors (e.g., ability to work in extreme heat/cold, ability to work at heights over 15 feet, travel, ability to work weekends/on-call).  Able to work in hot-cold conditions while observing production.


III.   PROBLEM SOLVING:  Describe the nature and variety of the most typical and the most complex problems faced in this job.  Give examples.

  1. Typical Problems:  Developing measures that help identify improvement opportunities.  Classifying delay data properly to drive improvement
  2. Most Complex Problems: Overcoming resistance to change.   


Interested applicants may email their resumes to:            



Facilitates the successful design, drafting, fabrication, and installation of structural building systems.  Applies engineering, drafting, project management, and communication skills while working as a team member to assure “cradle to grave” execution of assigned projects.  Ensures a safe working environment by observing and enforcing company safety procedures and releasing high quality construction documents resulting in safer fabrication and installation processes. Assists the Drafting Supervisor with resource planning and directing offshore resources.

II.  JOB SPECIFICATIONS: Job specifications should include all necessary qualifications to perform the full job at an acceptable level.

  1. Kind and length of experience:   

  • 10 years’ experience in preparation and coordination of precast concrete construction documents.
  • 5 years’ experience as team leader, lead drafter or in a supervisory capacity.
  • Significant experience in utilization of offshore resources to prepare precast erection and shop drawings.

2.         Specialized Knowledge:

  • Advanced math skills.
  • Ability to visualize in 3D.
  • Knowledge and skill in using AutoCAD 2013, MS Word and MS Excel.
  • CAD proficiency and ability to quickly draw engineering sketches.
  • Ability to read, understand, and interpret architectural and engineering documents.
  • Can take an object and create different views of it (plan, elevation, section, isometric, 3D).
  • Create drawings where the graphic elements are orderly arranged in regard to spatial relationships.
  • Ability to prepare drawings that are neat, accurate, appropriately dimensioned, logically arranged in which graphically correct line sizes, line weights, spacing and text sizes are utilized.
  • Ability to make mathematical computations necessary for the detailing of precast elements.
  • Knowledge of symbols and terminology used in drafting. Understands general construction terms and principles.
  • Understands how to generate drawings efficiently by utilizing previous drawings, making minimal changes and moving from the simple to the complex.
  • Understanding of how a precast building is put together. Ability to examine and address interferences.
  • Knows how to create purchasing material lists without all the shop drawings created.
  • Knows how to draw and detail precast prestressed Spancrete, Solid Slabs, Double Tees, Girders, Columns, Spandrels, Stairs.
  • Knowledgeable how a drafting department operates based upon an offshore drafting model. 

3.         Minimum Knowledge/education/certification/license requirements:

  • Associates Degree in Drafting
  • Solid understanding of structural precast framing, fabrication and construction.

 4.               Physical Requirements (i.e., extended periods of sitting, bending, stooping, standing, walking or driving; frequency of lifting or carrying heavy objects - note required weight; required communication skills - verbal/auditory):

  • Must be able to work in a normal office environment.
  • Must be able to visit a field or plant construction environment which includes walking in rough terrain.
  • Must be able to lift 30 lbs.

 5.               Environmental Factors (e.g., ability to work in extreme heat/cold, ability to work at heights over 15 feet, ability to work 3rd shift, travel, ability to work weekends/on-call).

  • Ability to work OT as job schedule requires.
  • Ability to travel away to job site meetings or design team offices for coordination meetings.

III.      PROBLEM SOLVING:  Describe the nature and variety of the most typical and the most complex problems faced in this job.  Give examples.

1.            Typical Problems:

  • Determine sequence of drafting processes and resources to meet expedited schedule requirements.
  • Figure a way to get the GC to respond to requests for information that are critical to preparation of the precast drawings.

2.            Most Complex Problems:

  • Troubleshoot contract drawings and internal drawings in order to determine what information is not provided or shown (i.e. “what is missing”) but is needed to complete project, make it more efficient or expedite the schedule.
  • Determine cause and responsibility of field errors by researching documentation and providing solutions under extremely fast and pressured circumstances.

 IV.  AUTHORITY AND DECISION MAKING:  Identify the types of decisions that this job can make on its own, as well as those that must be referred to a higher level of management.

 1.            What typical decisions does this job have complete authority for making?

            Submit drawings for approval, issue shop drawings, purchase materials, direct offshore team in regard to job, contact GC for acquiring information.

 2.            What typical decisions must be referred to others for approval?  To whom do you refer these decisions?

            Final release to start purchasing refereed to Drafting Supervisor, manpower requirements referred to Drafting Supervisor, approval to start the issuing process refereed to Drafting Supervisor, change orders referred to the Sales Department, erection schedules referred to the Field Superintendent.

Please contact Brent Perkins at with resume and references. Relocation is being offered for this position.



The project engineer facilitates the successful design, fabrication, and installation of structural and architectural precast building systems.  He/She Applies engineering, project management, and communication skills while working as a team member to assure “cradle to grave" execution of assigned projects while ensuring a safe working environment via observation, enforcing company safety procedures, and by exercising sound engineering judgment in design and construction of projects.



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