Superintendent - Large projects / TexasClick here to shortlist this job 1-CLICK Apply With Employer or Register Now
The Superintendent is the company's representative assigned the responsibility and authority for daily coordination and direction of the project so it is safe, within budget, on schedule, in compliance with the company's quality standards and to the customer's satisfaction.
Accountability - Accepts personal responsibility for quality and timeliness of his or her work.
Communication - Communicates well both verbally and in writing.
Consistency - Consistently follows documented procedures and suggests changes/updates when appropriate.
Teamwork - Builds good relationships and rapport with customers, peers, supervisors and managers throughout the organization.
Maintain safety standards - monitor safety planning, execution and documentation on assigned project.
Manage project planning - develop and execute the pre-job plan. Determine the construction techniques to be used to construct the project.
Develop and maintain the Site Utilization Plan.
Manage the preparation of the CPM baseline, monthly CPM schedule updates and narratives, and CPM fragments with changes and delays.
Manage and develop field engineers and assistant superintendents. Orient new personnel to the company and project.
Review equipment requirements with the project manager.
Review monthly sub pay apps to ensure progress in line with actual work installed.
Coordinate, schedule and manage all subcontractors and vendors. Conduct Weekly Subcontractor Coordination Meetings with all onsite or soon to be onsite subcontractor supervision.
Expedite vendors and subcontractors on a daily and weekly basis. Identify and resolve construction problems as they develop. Keep the project on schedule.
Maintain accurate time-keeping and cost records.
Plan, staff and manage self- performance activities.
Review weekly labor reports and monthly total job cost reports carefully to determine areas needing special attention, and initiate changes and procedures to bring costs back into budget.
Manage the Quality Control Program.
Comply with all jobsite reporting requirements, including daily reports, sos, weekly unit reports, weekly updates to the "two week look-aheads" and monthly updates to the construction schedule.
Maintain a clean and orderly jobsite.
Mitigate all potential subcontractor change orders and back-charges that may affect project profitability and document them to the extent required.
Close out the project in compliance with the contract documents.
Strives to satisfy the customer, subcontractor, vendor and company.
Other duties as assigned.
Experience, Education, Certification:
BA or BS in Construction or related degree preferred but not required.
Seven (7+) years of superintendent experience.
Five (5+) years of multi family experience.
Experience in scheduling, field supervision, quality control and production of all phases of construction