Come join a team of professionals to work with local advocates, code consultants and industry allies to propose state and local code changes that support concrete construction and defends against code changes that would be detrimental to concrete construction.
Provide technical support to NRMCA members and state affiliates regarding local codes and standards, legislative and regulatory issues.
Be a valuable resource for NRMCA members and state affiliates to promote statewide minimum building codes that allow for amendments more favorable to concrete construction.
Interface with national staff to develop strategies for adopting federal legislation and regulations that would be favorable to concrete.
Educate members, state affiliates, design and build community and policymakers on building code issues.
Influence International Code Council and other codes and standards committees.
The successful candidate will:
Make strategic decisions and judgments.
Communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing.
Develop and deliver presentations to target audiences.
Cultivate relationships with design, build and policy allies.
Gather and analyze data and generate reports.
Create, compose, and edit written materials.
Gather data, compile information, and prepare reports.
Analyze and solve problems.
Collaborate with internal team members and external partners.
Use tools such as office productivity software.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:
Bachelor of Engineering, Bachelor of Architecture or other construction related field.
Advanced degree a plus.
Minimum 5 years' experience working with state, local and national building codes.
Working knowledge of energy analysis a plus.
Working knowledge of green building standards a plus
Working knowledge of environmental life cycle assessment a plus
Working knowledge of resilient construction a plus
Position requires significant travel (25%)
Pack and ship heavy printed material and other supplies (50 lbs.)
Work from home office located reasonably close to a major airport in the United States.
Founded in 1930, the National Ready Mixed Concrete Association is the leading industry advocate. Our mission is to provide exceptional value for our members by responsibly representing and serving the entire ready mixed concrete industry through leadership, promotion, education and partnering to ensure ready mixed concrete is the building material of choice.
We work in conjunction with state associations on issues such as promotion and regulatory concerns and extend what they can do to a national level. Our commitment to our members is second to none and we strive for constant communication on the latest information, products, services, and programs to help our members expand their markets, improve their operations and be their voice in Washington.
NRMCA has several committees in which members and professional staff work together to support the mission. They include Audit and Finance, Concrete Promotion, Divisions/Bureaus, Government Affairs, Membership, Nominating, Political Action, Research, Engineering & Standards, Safety, Environmental & Operations and Workforce Development.
NRMCA supports employee development through formal training, challenging work assignments an...d feedback from an experienced leadership team. NMRCA not only supports employee development but also strives to support the community as an active participant with Habitat for Humanity International with our newly created program called Habitat Strong. NRMCA also supports local food programs, holiday projects and provides support for women and children in transition.