Modular Building Evaluator at McGrath RentCorp

Posted in General Business 4 days ago.

Type: Full-Time
Location: Pasadena, Texas

Job Description:


  • DailyPay Available!! Make any day a payday - You deserve to get paid any day!!

  • 10.5 days Company Paid Holidays + 1 floating holiday of YOUR choice! PLUS vacation and sick time.

  • Medical, Dental, and Vision benefit options

  • 401(k) Retirement Plan with Company Match.

  • Company paid Life Insurance

  • We also offer HSA, FSA, EAP and Pet Insurance!

  • Safety and Recognition programs

  • Boot Program

  • Drug-Free, Safety-Focused Work Environment

  • It’s a great place to work where you are given the space to share ideas and opinions and the bottom-line is “YOU” matter!

  • Work 4/10s (M-Th 6am - 4:30pm or 7:00am - 5:30pm)

Do you have a strong vision of what the future of modular building might look like? Do you thrive on providing great customer service? Consider joining this booming industry with the talented team atMobile Modular. Our high-quality, unique, cost-effective solutions put us at the forefront of the market, meeting even the most critical needs of today. Our solutions span applications across healthcare/medical, education, business, residential development and construction, retail and much more. As a division of McGrath, we see the potential not just in our product but in our people, too.

“A Day in the Life”

As the Evaluator you will evaluate modular buildings according to company protocol to determine production and labor estimates, and identify damages from prior customer that may be chargeable items. You will maintain information regarding condition of fleet assets and work required to bring assets to rental ready condition. Interact daily with Sales and Production department to prioritize the modification, maintenance and repair of modular buildings within the fleet for rentals and sales. Ensure the integrity of information of assets is compliant with all applicable building codes, State documentation, and internal informational requirements.

“What You’ll Do”

  • Gather details and compiles data to estimate all production costs and labor requirements according to specifications
    • Consider raw materials, labor, and equipment for estimations

  • Help determine necessary resources for projects based on cost estimates and budgetary constraints

  • Conduct equipment inspections upon return and prior to equipment being brought online to ensure that scope of work is complete

  • Optimize building selection by working with Sales Department and Inventory Center during pre-production

  • Maintain and validates fleet evaluation status in common database. Responsible for maintaining building information accuracy in internal systems

  • Conduct inspections of factory produced units, both at the factory and post-delivery to ensure quality of product and adherence to specifications

  • Work with Drafter to provide specs and measurements as needed

  • Other duties as assigned

“Must Haves”

  • Ability to work with other departments within the organization and vendors to negotiate and resolve issues arising from quality control inspections

  • Able to read Company’s construction documents and provide guidance to construction team to complete necessary work;

  • Fluency in spoken and written Spanish is a plus

  • Ability to communicate clearly and exercise good judgment

  • Ability to record and organize documentation

  • Ability to work under pressure

  • Able to work outside in variable weather conditions

  • High school diploma or equivalent

  • Prior experience in the construction industry and construction industry knowledge required, modular building manufacturing experience a plus

  • Computer skills including Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, PowerPoint)

  • Knowledge of LEAN a plus

Special Considerations:

  • Able to lift up to 50 pounds

  • Able to carry, bend, stoop, turn, kneel, crawl, climb a ladder and other manual labor activities

The specific pay rate and level, if applicable, will depend on the successful candidate’s qualifications, prior experience and location.

A Message from Our CEO, Joe Hanna

At McGrath, diversity and inclusion are important to our culture and core values. One of our core values is that YOU matter. This means everyone in the company, inclusive of race, color, nationality, gender, orientation, and all else. You are all important and critical to our operations and success. I believe cultivating a culture that is inclusive and embraces everyone is the right thing to do and as your leader, I’m committed to making this happen.

McGrath will continue pre-employment testing for marijuana for positions classified as safety-sensitive (responsible for operating heavy machinery, working at heights, handling hazardous materials, or any other tasks that involve a heightened level of safety responsibility) within our construction operations and Department of Transportation (DOT) Truck Drivers. Our commitment to drug testing for these specific roles underscores our dedication to maintaining a safe workplace. Ensuring a drug-free environment is not only essential for the well-being of our team members but also aligns with regulatory requirements that govern safety-sensitive positions and commercial driving.

The pre-employment screening process includes social security verification, criminal background check and drug test will be processed as well. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, sex, color, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, on the basis of disability and any other legally protected status.

Our company uses E-Verify to confirm employment eligibility of all newly hired employees. To learn more about E-Verify, including your rights and responsibilities, please


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