Oahu Compliance Investigator – Industry Stabilization Fund : Hawaii

IUOE Operating Engineers Local 3

IUOE Operating Engineers Local 3

Oahu Compliance Investigator
Industry Stabilization Fund

Based in Oahu, HI

Oahu Compliance Investigator
Hawaii Operating Engineers
Industry Stabilization Fund
Salary position + benefits

Hawaii Operating Engineers Industry Stabilization Fund (HOEISF) is a labor-management organization, funded solely through participating contractors. We are seeking to hire a Compliance Investigator for our office in Kapolei, Hawaii, to support, promote, and encourage fair contracting. We provide a “level playing field” in the public arena for both contractors and workers.

Through its initiatives, HOEISF enhances bidding opportunities for signatory contractors.

Duties will include:

  • Tracking bidding, and awarding of public works projects, utilizing various web sites and media,
  • Drafting correspondences to the awarding agencies if bid results are questionable,
  • Monitoring projects awarded to non-signatory contractors to determine whether violations are occurring,
  • Making on site observations, such as the number of workers on a job site, the classification they are working, worker hours and overtime and safety practices,
  • Utilizing tools such as detailed reporting forms, and pictures to document cases.
  • Requesting and reviewing certified payroll affidavits
  • Preparing and issuing a complaint form if discrepancies are found and;
  • Following up on cases to ensure cases are handled in a timely manner and that an appropriate resolution is reached.

Knowledge of HRS 104 Hawaii prevailing wage laws & HRS 103 Hawaii procurement laws, as well as the federal Davis Bacon Act will need to be attained.

Candidate must have a good understanding of the construction industry and current related compliance policies and procedures. Must have an acceptable computer competence (e-mail, completion of forms in Excel or word processing formats), strong communication skills and be able to work effectively with others at all management levels. Must possess driver’s license and have clean drivers abstract. Flexibility and adaptability are of key importance.

The Compliance Investigator must be capable of performing job duties in high stress (crisis management) situations, during irregular and extended hours and be able to adapt to frequently changing laws, regulations, personnel and corporate philosophies. The Compliance Investigator must be able to work with others from all management levels.

The Compliance Investigator must also be prepared to travel, using various modes of transportation in all types of weather conditions, to urban, rural and remote locations. This person must believe in, and be loyal to the trade union movement. A highly motivated self-starter, this person is professional in both attitude, appearance and communications. This person must be dedicated, flexible and adaptable with a willingness to commit to continual learning. As a leader and decision maker, this person must demonstrate common sense, diplomacy and strong interpersonal skills. As a liaison, excellent communication skills (written and verbal) are required – including a level of literacy capable of reading and interpreting legal documents. Due to the confidential nature of this work, discretion and integrity are mandatory.

To Apply
Please submit résumé and a cover letter to Human Resources: twilliams@oe3.org. Submissions must be received no later than 5 p.m. on August 18, 2020.

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