The International Concrete Repair Institute (ICRI) is seeking a Certification Manager, a newly created full-time position with the association’s management company. ICRI is the primary organization for repair; providing education, certification, networking, and leadership to improve the repair, restoration, and protection of concrete and other structures.
The Certification Manager will manage and market ICRI certification programs to increase awareness and participation, and ensure an efficient and effective implementation and maintenance of all aspects of ICRI certification programs. Tasks and responsibilities include promoting and managing existing and new certification programs, coordinating scheduled certification classes, and assisting in the development of new certification and education products. Click HERE for the complete position description.
Prior experience in the concrete repair/restoration industry is a must. Individual can be located anywhere in the United States (no international locations considered). Extensive travel and a flexible time schedule are required. Excellent interpersonal, communication, writing, and computer skills are also required. Compensation will be commensurate with experience and qualifications.
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Applicants should submit a cover letter stating why they are interested and qualified for the Certification Manager position with their current salary/salary expectations and availability to start, and include a current resume to email@example.com.
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Telecommuting is allowed.
Additional Salary Information: Compensation commensurate with responsibilities
ICRI had its origins at a World of Concrete seminar in February 1988, during which attendees voiced their frustration about the lack of standards and guidelines for concrete repair. They also expressed their concern over the proliferation of unqualified contractors entering the industry. These contractors were not properly trained in concrete repair and were underbidding them without proper knowle...dge of surface preparation, equipment, materials, techniques, etc.
In response to these concerns, the International Association of Concrete Repair Specialists was formed, with a formal organizational meeting in Naperville, Illinois, on May 21, 1988, which was attended by 66 repair specialists. In 1993 the name was changed to the International Concrete Repair Institute.
The organizing members agreed on a statement of purpose, which is:
To improve the quality of concrete restoration, repair and protection, through education of, and communication among, the members and those who use their services.
The philosophy of the group is that if the quality of work is improved, and purchasers of repair services feel that they are obtaining a durable product, the demand for their products and services will increase and the image of the concrete repair industry will be elevated.
The founders also insisted that all classes and categories of membership be treated equally. Initially it was to have been a contractors organization, but the immediate interest of engineers, manufacturers, and others in its formation and success made it obvious that it should be open to all. Every attempt is made to ensure equitable representation, and the ICRI Board of Directors and all committees are made up of members from all disciplines and all geographical areas.