Superintendent

Superintendent

Construction Superintendent is the backbone of a construction project.

The Superintendent position will manage and control assigned projects by:

  1. Overseeing field operations, site safety, productivity, schedule, and quality of work
  2. Coordinating trade contractors and suppliers
  3. Working in conjunction with the Project Manager leading the project team

The Superintendent answers directly to the Project Manager.

Experience/Skill Set

  • High school diploma.
  • 8 to 10 years of construction experience, specifically carpentry/building construction, but also versed in various construction trades to inspect and evaluate the multiple scope elements on a project.
  • Able to supervise.
    1. Manage, not control, multiple personalities and skill levels.
    2. Good problem solver.
    3. Positive attitude.
  • Able to communicate.
    1. Issue clear directions to foreman, crew members and sub-contractors.
    2. Professional communication with Owners, Architects, Inspectors, and Engineers.
  • Able to schedule and forecast.
    1. Keeping project on schedule.
    2. Assigning work to personnel for proper sequencing.
  • Computer literate.
  • Engage in any/all labor necessary for the completion of projects.
    1. Willingness to do whatever is necessary to complete a project.
    2. Lead by example.

Duties/Responsibilities

  • Oversee the construction process; planning, coordinating, implementing.
  • Maintain site safety. Safety rules and regulations are followed and met.
  • Monitor the daily performance goals/productivity of the workers.
  • Training field personnel; motivating, coaching, counseling and disciplining workers.
  • Schedule, coordinate and provide direction for all on site contractors.
  • Schedule and coordinate materials delivery.
  • Schedule and coordinate job site equipment requirements and delivery.
  • Monitor the economical completion of the project to stay within budget.
  • Make sure all paperwork is turned in; reports, records, daily recap sheets, timecards and invoices with cost codes.
  • Update project schedule.
  • Attend project progress meetings.
  • Help resolve problems; materials, employees, sub-contractors, design conflicts, etc.
  • Improve job site worker knowledge by understanding emerging construction practices and standards; participating in educational opportunities; reading professional publications.
  • Enhance Straightway’s reputation by maintaining the core values, accepting responsibility for accomplishing new and different requests and exploring opportunities to add value to job accomplishments.
  • Confidentiality, all company information is to remain private: employee records, customer information and agreements, contract amounts/negotiations, sub-contractors, suppliers and trade secrets, etc.

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