Employment Opportunities

AGC is hiring a CHASE Program Administrator

Position Summary

AGC of Minnesota is a non-profit trade association in the commercial construction industry.  AGC of Minnesota created the Construction Health and Safety Excellence (CHASE) program in 2003 as a partnership initiative with Minnesota OSHA.  The program recognizes AGC contractors for their safety programs and performance, while providing incentives for safety partnerships. More information on the CHASE program can be found here.

This is a full-time position reporting to the Director of Safety and Education Development.  The position is key to ensure a safe workplace on all jobsites and for implementing initiatives that reduce work-related accidents and occupational hazards.

Essential Job Duties and Responsibilities
  • Requires significant time in the field interacting with project and craft workforce personnel. 
  • Frequent interaction with regulatory and government officials. (Experience desired)
  • Evaluation of health and safety practices and procedures for risk assessment following applicable legal guidelines and best practices.
  • Conduct accident prevention training and health/safety training.
  • Inspect equipment for unsafe conditions and best practices.
  • Monitor workforce performance through adherence to safety laws and policies.
  • Conduct incident investigations to determine root cause and develop prevention measures.

Education and Experience

Requires a bachelor’s degree in safety management or related field experience as a safety manager/professional. Risk management and safety management certifications are a plus. Knowledge of company, state and federal workplace health and safety laws is desired. Must have experience being present on construction jobsites.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities


  • Must possess strong verbal and interpersonal communication skills.
  • Comfortable leading and holding difficult conversations.
  • Excellent written, verbal, and oral presentation skills.
  • Ability to coordinate tasks and work well with varied member personnel. 

Collaboration and Critical Thinking

  • Ability to work within a team-oriented structure and take ownership of outcomes. 
  • Good organizational skills required to track and manage data and related information.
  • Critical thinker capable of assessing possible work and jobsite related hazards and be aware of corrective actions or remedial best practices.
  • Self-starter that can prioritize tasks and focus efforts accordingly.


  • Understands how construction projects are organized and how work is managed and delivered.
  • Comfortable performing and being measured in an outcome-based work environment. 
  • Maintains a strong technology skill set.  Can manage spreadsheets and manipulate data and related information.  Understands basic functions of safety management software and related platforms.


This position requires significant in-state travel.  Overnight travel is limited and subject to scheduling and management by the employee.

Salary and Benefits

This position reports to the Director of Safety and Educational Programs.  Salary negotiable based upon education, experience, and skills.

Competitive benefits include:

  • Health and dental plan
  • Retirement savings plan with employer contributions
  • Flexible work schedule with remote work option
  • Employer provided life insurance.
  • Wellness benefit(s)
  • Education assistance

Send resume and letter of interest to:

Associated General Contractors of Minnesota
525 Park Street, Suite #110
St. Paul, MN 55103 

Or email Matt Semerad: