It is the responsibility of the Superintendent to deliver On-time / On-budget projects, while managing work quality, worksite safety and ensuring client satisfaction throughout the project lifecycle.
In addition, the Superintendent has supervisory responsibility for Assistant Superintendents, Field Engineers, Interns and trade labor within their area of responsibility.
Responsibilities and Duties
•Drive cost-effective project management techniques and strategies in the field; make educated decisions related to the performance of all work-related activities.
•Establish and maintain effective and harmonious working relationships with all individuals involved in the project, with a specific focus on the Owner/Client, inspector and team members.
•Understand construction layout, methods of sequence, and how to read plans and specifications.
•Maintain strict build-out schedule and make course corrections as needed to ensure deadlines are met; Escalate to Project Manager proactively.
•Manage subcontractors and HG field team, project schedule, deliveries, logistics, layout, and quality control. Ensure worksite safety compliance, and installation conforms to code, OSHA/DOL regulations and contract documents.
•Train and develop HG field team members; explain how each assignment fits into the greater picture of the project lifecycle.
•Regulate labor hours management and trade employee staffing relative to project scope, budget, and schedule.
•Update the daily job site log in Procore, to include status of the day, total hours worked by position per day, current job site photos, etc.
•Perform punch list and close out process.
•Identify and resolve local problems onsite including, but not limited to, personnel, standard operating procedures, precedence, design clarification, adequate labor and equipment schedule, etc.
•Manage the billing process as it relates to product in place.
•Oversee monthly estimate of work completed, materials invoices, payroll/timesheets, and subcontractor payment applications.
•Work with office to ensure all insurance requirements are secured in advance.
•Perform job specific tasks, as necessary, on projects, including but not limited to, rough and finish carpentry, demolition, and finish installation.
•Bachelor's degree or minimum of four years' related work experience.
•Maintain current Construction Supervisors License.
•Demonstrated leadership acumen and ability to provide exceptional customer service to all business partners.
•Knowledge of building construction means and methods, scheduling and cost-control procedures.
•Proficient with general contract and general conditions, subcontractor documents, drawings and specifications; read, understand and interpret.
•Trained in Procore, EH&S software, Microsoft Office Suite, and other industry related applications and software.
•Provide personal basic hand tools and transportation to and from jobsites and/or office.
•Work Environment & Physical Demands: This position involves work at a construction site where duties will be performed both indoors and outdoors; overtime may be required to meet project deadlines; regularly required to stand or walk with some sitting; reach with hands or arms; climb or balance, stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl; talk or hear; must occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds; may be exposed to loud noise levels; extreme weather conditions/heat and cold; moving mechanical parts.