Clark Pacific

  • Woodland, CA, USA

Who We Are

Our Mission

Clark Pacific is a pioneering team of talented engineers, craftspeople and builders committed to developing, producing and providing to our world-class clients innovative state-of-the-art prefabricated building systems with excellence.

We strive to provide security and career growth for our employees through the continued development of new products and sustainable building concepts, a practice which delivers high value to our clients, keeps our company financially strong, and fosters a vibrant work environment.

Our Values

Safety – Keeping an eye out for each other. (Getting home safely every day.)

Quality – Doing things right. (Even when no one is looking.)

Integrity – Doing the right thing. (No matter what.)

Respect – Treating everyone with dignity. Valuing team members’ contributions.

Innovation – Continuously creating new and better approaches and solutions that positively impact our customers and our company.

Perseverance – Never accepting defeat. Driving ourselves to meet every challenge head on to champion great results for our customers and our company. (“It is not falling down, but staying down that defines failure”)

 

Our Commitment

Our Commitment

High quality service, unparalleled technical expertise, commitment to excellence, and attention to detail.

These are the qualities that have earned Clark Pacific a valued reputation among owners, developers, architects, engineers and general contractors. Clark Pacific’s team of engineers and prefabrication craft experts are the most highly accomplished in the industry, and possess the technical knowledge and experience to provide true value to our partners at every stage of project development and delivery – from design to construction. Clark Pacific takes pride in building on time and on budget without compromising service or quality.

Clark Pacific Woodland, CA, USA
Aug 10, 2018
Full time
SUMMARY OF POSITION Performs any combination of the following tasks in and about the production environment.  Specific duties/responsibilities/functions Application of Safety principles and processes. Ability to read production drawings or blueprints and tape measure Visual inspection of all exterior surface components; including finishes and textures. Inspection of panel dimensions inserts and embeds. Timely and accurately record Inspection data, including non-standard issues utilizing designated electronic tools and programs; including BIM 360 and Piece tracker Communication (verbal and electronic) to Engineering and Production teams of inspection and defect results Tracking progress of non-standard issue resolutions and re-inspect at various stages. Complete final inspection of panels prior to plant departure Communication to engineering and production teams of inspection and testing results. Track progress of issue/defect resolutions and re-inspect at various stages. Inspect assembly fabrication and placement of designated reinforcement materials, i.e. length, width, and size. Perform standardized concrete test including but not limited to; cylinder breaks, grout breaks, concrete sampling, concrete temperature, concrete until weight, concrete density, fine/coarse aggregate sieve analysis, cement set test, fine/coarse aggregate moisture analysis, T-20 test, rebound hammer test, Windsor probe test, concrete air content, concrete slump test, j-ring test, color card verifications. Maintain, monitor and report data from the sure cure system Perform insert and miscellaneous metals inspection and standardized testing Adhere to appropriate testing techniques and environment to ensure ACI, PCI and IAS compliance Communicate with management schedule, manpower and equipment needs Kind and length of experience: 0 -2 years in concrete, construction, manufacturing, inspection or other related fields Ability to use technology, driven by Inspection Data program needs. Must have basic operation use of computers, I-pads, and data input functions. Specialized Knowledge (preferred)  ACI Certification, Grade 1 ACI Aggregate Testing Tech, Grade 1 ACI Strength Testing Tech, Grade 1 ACI laboratory Testing, Level 1 or 2 Minimum Knowledge/education/certification/license requirements: Must be 18 years or older 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): Ability to sit, stand, walk, stoop, kneel, crouch and crawl throughout shift and/or long periods of time Ability to climb up to 15 feet, and maintain balance. Manual dexterity, eye-hand coordination and ability to meet physical requirements. Must be able to frequently lift up to 50lbs Vision abilities including close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus. Ability to utilize hearing protection and maintain required communication. Must be able to read and speak basic English 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). Able to work safely on/around moving mechanical parts Exposure to outside weather conditions, extreme cold and extreme heat, wet and/or humid condition, fumes airborne particles and vibration. Noise level is usually moderate to loud Shift times and overtime may vary depending on work levels and processes.     Team A Bruce Riley
Clark Pacific Woodland, CA, USA
Aug 10, 2018
Full time
Describe the principal purpose and any unique characteristics of the job: Clark Pacific is looking for a full-time Maintenance Mechanic worker to join its operations in the Woodland, CA Plant. This position will oversee all Clark Metal Works Fabrication Equipment  Describe the major job activities for which this job is held accountable. Specific duties/responsibilities/functions ·Ability to use and make basic repairs on equipment. i.e. electrical, hydraulics, mechanical as it applies to plasma machines, welders, overhead crane motors, saws, drills and ironworkers, forklifts, small electric hand tools. Ability to troubleshoot minor maintenance issues. Ability to complete equipment PM inspection’s outlined on checklist sheet. Ability to read and comprehend maintenance manuals. Ability to perform routine scheduled maintenance on all company equipment. Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral or diagram form. Ability to work into the production labor flow in-between maintenance projects. This is a full/time position with work occasional work on the weekends. Work can range from 8 to 12 hours per day.       Team A Bruce Riley
Clark Pacific Woodland, CA, USA
Aug 10, 2018
Full time
SUMMARY OF POSITION   Performs any combination of the following tasks in and about the production environment.   Perks and/or Benefits: 1.       Healthcare Benefits first of the month following 30 days. 2.       Sick Pay 3.       Holiday Pay (after 45 days of employment) 4.       Year-Round work (unless weather permits) 5.       Bonus Payouts 6.       No travel involved  (be home every night) 7.       Defined Career Pathing  (see below) 8.       Annual Reviews 9.       Be a part of local 185 Union      Specific duties/responsibilities/functions: Application of Safety principles and processes. Perform tasks involving physical labor for casting and handling precast concrete pieces Operate hand and power tools of all types, including welding machines, torches, and large metal chop saws Clean up of work area and other yard areas as needed, using brooms, water, and compressed air Grind, scrape, sand or polish surfaces using abrasive tools or machines Build and position wood and steel forms; caulk and oil in preparation for pouring concrete. Cut, bend and tie rebar Pour, spread and finish concrete; tarp forms Dismantle forms after use; attach rigging to cured concrete panels Clean, grind, patch, paint and epoxy concrete panels Operate abrasive blasting equipment Operate heavy equipment including tractors, forklifts of all sizes, concrete mixer trucks, water trucks, and yard goats. Operate basic woodworking equipment     JOB SPECIFICATIONS:  Job specifications should include all necessary qualifications to perform the full job at an acceptable level Kind and length of experience: 0 -2years in concrete, construction, manufacturing or other related fields Minimum Knowledge/education/certification/license requirements: Must be 18 years or older 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): Ability to sit, stand, walk, stoop, kneel, crouch and crawl throughout shift and/or long periods of time Ability to climb up to 15 feet, and maintain balance Manual dexterity, eye-hand coordination and ability to meet physical requirements Must be able to frequently lift up to 50lbs  Vision abilities including close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus  Ability to utilize hearing protection and maintain required communication Must be able to read and speak basic English 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). Able to work safely on/around moving mechanical parts Exposure to outside weather conditions, extreme cold, and extreme heat, wet and/or humid condition, fumes airborne particles and vibration Noise level is usually moderate to loud  Shift times and overtime may vary depending on production levels and processes       Team A Bruce Riley
Clark Pacific Woodland, CA, USA
Aug 10, 2018
Full time
SUMMARY OF POSITION Performs any combination of the following tasks in and about the production environment. Perks and/or Benefits: 1. Healthcare Benefits first of the month following 30 days. 2. Sick Pay 3. Holiday Pay (after 45 days of employment) 4. Year-Round work (unless weather permits) 5. Bonus Payouts 6. No travel involved (be home every night) 7. Defined Career Pathing (see below) 8. Annual Reviews 9. Be a part of local 185 Union   Specific duties/responsibilities/functions: Application of Safety principles and processes. Read Blueprints, build forms out of wood, metal, plastic ect Operate hand and power tools of all types, including welding machines, torches, and large metal chop saws Build and position wood and steel forms; caulk and oil in preparation for pouring concrete. Operate heavy equipment including tractors, forklifts Operate basic woodworking equipment JOB SPECIFICATIONS: Job specifications should include all necessary qualifications to perform the full job at an acceptable level Kind and length of experience: 0 -2 years in finished carpentry. Minimum Knowledge/education/certification/license requirements: Must be 18 years or older 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): Ability to sit, stand, walk, stoop, kneel, crouch and crawl throughout shift and/or long periods of time Ability to climb up to 15 feet, and maintain balance Manual dexterity, eye-hand coordination and ability to meet physical requirements Must be able to frequently lift up to 50lbs Vision abilities including close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus Ability to utilize hearing protection and maintain required communication Must be able to read and speak basic English 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). Able to work safely on/around moving mechanical parts Exposure to outside weather conditions, extreme cold, and extreme heat, wet and/or humid condition, fumes airborne particles and vibration Noise level is usually moderate to loud Shift times and overtime may vary depending on production levels and processes       Team A Bruce Riley
Clark Pacific Woodland, CA, USA
Aug 10, 2018
Full time
SUMMARY OF POSITION Performs any combination of the following tasks in and about the production environment.     Perks and/or Benefits: 1.      H ealthcare Benefits first of the month following 30 days. 2.      Sick Pay 3.      Holiday Pay (after 45 days of employment) 4.      Year-Round work (unless weather permits) 5.      Bonus Payouts 6.      No travel involved (be home every night) 7.      Defined Career Pathing (see below) 8.      Annual Reviews 9.      Be a part of local 185 Union      Specific duties/responsibilities/functions Lead with application of safety principles and processes Assist Foreman with: scheduling daily work projects and assignments of work Ensure compliance with policies and procedures Work control documents and inspection of completed work to ensure quality and timeliness Coordinate work with other departments as needed Oversee training activities, employee communications and initial response to staff issues or conflicts Assist team with production support as needed: setting forms, rebar installation, concrete pours etc. Provide recommendation for process improvements Job Specifications: Job specifications should include all necessary qualifications to perform the full job at an acceptable level Kind and length of experience: 3 years in concrete, construction, manufacturing or other related fields Experience in Union environment a plus Specialized Knowledge: Ability to read blueprints, tape measure and set up concrete forms. Thorough understanding of Safety Procedures Ability to communicate with team members and Management Minimum Knowledge/education/certification/license requirements: Must be 18 years or older 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): Ability to sit, stand, walk, stoop, kneel, crouch and crawl throughout shift and/or long periods of time Ability to climb up to 15 feet, and maintain balance. Manuel dexterity, eye-hand coordination and ability to meet physical requirements. Must be able to frequently lift up to 50lbs Vision abilities including close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus. Ability to utilize hearing protection and maintain required communication. Must be able to read and speak basic English 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). Able to work safely onaround moving mechanical parts Exposure to outside weather conditions, extreme cold, and extreme heat, wet and/or humid condition, fumes airborne particles and vibration. Noise level is usually moderate to loud Shift times and overtime may vary depending on production levels and processes. PROBLEM-SOLVING: Evaluate information or situations Consider various avenues for resolutions Identify solutions and initiate actions       Team A Bruce Riley
$15.00 - $32.00 hourly
Clark Pacific Woodland, CA, USA
Aug 10, 2018
Full time
SUMMARY OF POSITIONS Performs any combination of the following tasks in and about the production environment. Specific duties/responsibilities/functions Skilled Specialist   Lead with application of safety principles and processes Ability to complete designated tasks with initial instruction and direction Consistently performs at the acceptable level of productivity; demonstrating mastery of a specific area. Examples: (1) Equipment operator who passed all formal training and demonstrated skills required to safely and efficiently operate all forklifts and travel lifts. (2) Attaining welding certification in the case of a welder, demonstrating efficiency, speed, and quality of work.  Senior Specialist  Lead with application of safety principles and processes Performs assigned work at consistently high levels of quality and productivity. Demonstrates early stages of ability to train others to perform specified tasks or and/or leadership qualities Examples: (1) Equipment Operator who can train others in the safe operation of all lifts including cranes Bar lifts, A-Frames to Level 1; (2) form-setter who can train others to perform at a Level 1 Specialist Master Specialist  Lead with application of safety principles and processes Mastery of area of specialty on the most complex projects Can train others to perform at Level 2 and above (Note: A person who can train others to perform high levels of work in terms of safety, productivity and quality will always be held in high regard. Demonstrates leadership qualities beyond that of effective trainer and leads small teams to safely and productively execute assign work (up to a 4 person crew) JOB SPECIFICATIONS: Job specifications should include all necessary qualifications to perform the full job at an acceptable level 1. Kind and length of experience: 3 to 6 years in concrete, construction, manufacturing or other related fields 5 plus years in a leadership role Experience in Union environment  Area Specialists and roles defined: Batch Plant Operator Has been formally trained and demonstrates ability to operate all aspects of batch plants in respective plants Properly maintains equipment, keeping Clark Pacific’s investment in like-new condition at all times Coordinates with QC the deliveries of sand, rock, admixtures and liquid color. Aggressively works with Line Superintendent to limit overages and waste each and every day; looks for ways to schedule work to minimize waste ($100/cy for structural mixes and up to $300/cy for architectural mixes) Assures all mix design parameters are followed and not modified manually without approval from Line Superintendent or qualified QC personnel Knows how to effectively troubleshoot equipment when mix falls out of approved parameters (slump range for architectural mixes or spread for SCC mixes) Demonstrates a consistent safe-work ethic and takes no short-cuts in his work Demonstrates the ability to plan ahead in order to meet plant schedules and quality requirements Formally trained and demonstrates ability to effectively and safely operate small forklifts, A-Frame forklifts, loader, water truck, and concrete truck Ability to work with a variety of team members (QC, Line personnel, Outside vendors, Foremen and Superintendents, etc.) Demonstrates ability to lead small team (up to 4 others) Demonstrates an active participation in plant CIS and 6S program. Examples include active and consistent participation in daily team huddles brining up unsafe issues, quality issues, productivity issues and solutions to these issues. Certified Welders Attains certification through in-house testing Performs welding operations at a high-level of productivity Able to read and understand all blueprints Demonstrates a consistent safe-work ethic and takes no short-cuts in his work Demonstrates the ability to plan ahead in order to meet plant schedules and quality requirements Demonstrates ability to lead small team (up to 4 others) Demonstrates an active participation in plant CIS and 6S program. Examples include active and consistent participation in daily team huddles brining up unsafe issues, quality issues, productivity issues and solutions to these issues. Equipment Operators Formally trained and demonstrates ability to effectively and safely operate small forklifts, A-Frame forklifts, bar lifts and cranes Demonstrates ability to safely rig panels Demonstrates ability to safely store panels in ground racks and stanchions Demonstrates a consistent safe-work ethic and takes no short-cuts in his work Is a team player and demonstrates willingness to cross-train and perform all aspects of yarding and loading (trailer/easel set-up, storage set-up, etc.) Demonstrates the ability to plan ahead in order to meet plant schedules and quality requirements Demonstrates ability to lead small team (up to 4 others) Demonstrates an active participation in plant CIS and 6S program. Examples include active and consistent participation in daily team huddles brining up unsafe issues, quality issues, productivity issues and solutions to these issues.   Form Setter Able to read and understand all blueprints (form, panel and form-change drawings) Able to layout and square perimeter form Knows how to prepare a deck for production Knows to locate form on deck taking into account all future form changes on job Knows how to place both solid and hollow reveals without damaging reveal material of deck surface Knows how to set backtubs and return walls up Knows how to perform basic design and fabrication of, and to utilize adjustable overhead brackets for embeds, inserts and back-form parts Demonstrates the ability to plan ahead in order to meet plant schedules and quality requirements Has basic welding skills Consistently pays attention to detail – silicone, rebar cover, oiling, vibration, pouring technique, etc. Able to plan ahead, identify potential problems and solutions Reviews cast panels daily to identify issues and ensure quality at the source Demonstrates good skills using a variety of tools (drill, saws, torch, etc.) Demonstrates ability to train others Demonstrates ability to lead small team (up to 4 others) Demonstrates an active participation in plant CIS and 6S program. Examples include active and consistent participation in daily team huddles brining up unsafe issues, quality issues, productivity issues and solutions to these issues. Maintenance Trained in all Lock-Out/Tag-Out procedures Demonstrates competence and knowledge in diesel motor repair, maintenance of motors (gas and diesel), small gas motors, various mechanical systems throughout the plant including batch plants, air and steam systems, office plumbing, electrical work (may require special training Demonstrates a consistent safe-work ethic and takes no short-cuts in his work Demonstrates the ability to plan ahead in order to meet plant schedules and quality requirements Demonstrates ability to lead small team (up to 4 others) Demonstrates an active participation in plant CIS and 6S program. Examples include active and consistent participation in daily team huddles brining up unsafe issues, quality issues, productivity issues and solutions to these issues. Maintenance Rebar Fabrication Equipment Operator (shear, bending and stirrup machines) Trained and demonstrates ability to safely and productively operate shear and bending line or Schnell stirrup bender and mesh bender in Demonstrates the ability to plan ahead in order to meet plant schedules and quality requirements Demonstrates ability to lead small team (up to 4 others) Demonstrates an active participation in plant CIS and 6S program. Examples include active and consistent participation in daily team huddles brining up unsafe issues, quality issues, productivity issues and solutions to these issues. Finisher/Patcher Trained and demonstrates ability to efficiently and productively patch architectural/structural panels Demonstrated ability to apply float, garage, and hard-trowelled finishes to concrete Able to read and understand all blueprints Demonstrates a consistent safe-work ethic and takes no short-cuts in his work Demonstrates the ability to plan ahead in order to meet plant schedules and quality requirements Demonstrates ability to lead small team (up to 4 others) Demonstrates an active participation in plant CIS and 6S program. Examples include active and consistent participation in daily team huddles brining up unsafe issues, quality issues, productivity issues and solutions to these issues   Rebar Cage Fabricator Maintenance Rebar Fabrication Equipment Operator (shear, bending and stirrup machines) Trained and demonstrates ability to safely and productively tie rebar cares for both architectural and structural panels Able to read and understand rebar and panel drawing and blueprints Has spent time on the production lines to better understand how things fit-up and also how to identify problems related to rebar Demonstrates the ability to plan ahead in order to meet plant schedules and quality requirements Demonstrates ability to lead small team (up to 4 others) Demonstrates an active participation in plant CIS and 6S program. Examples include active and consistent participation in daily team huddles brining up unsafe issues, quality issues, productivity issues and solutions to these issues. JOB SPECIFICATIONS: Kind and length of experience: 3 to 5 years in concrete, construction, manufacturing or other related fields 5 plus years in a leadership role Experience in Union environment a plus Specialized Knowledge: Ability to read blueprints, tape measures and set up concrete forms Thorough understanding of Safety Procedures Ability to communicate with team members and Management Minimum Knowledge/education/certification/license requirements: Must be 18 years or older 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): Ability to sit, stand, walk, stoop, kneel, crouch and crawl throughout shift and/or long periods of time Ability to climb up to 15 feet, and maintain balance. Manuel dexterity, eye-hand coordination and ability to meet physical requirements. Must be able to frequently lift up to 50lbs Vision abilities including close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus. Ability to utilize hearing protection and maintain required communication. \ Must be able to read and speak basic English 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). Able to work safely on/around moving mechanical parts Exposure to outside weather conditions, extreme cold, and extreme heat, wet and/or humid condition, fumes airborne particles and vibration. Noise level is usually moderate to loud Shift times and overtime may vary depending on production levels and processes.       Team A Bruce Riley