The Superintendent is responsible for managing overall job-site safety while ensuring that the day-to-day operations on a construction job-site are managed through mastered set of skills. These include developing schedules, sequencing work, and supervising the subcontractors work product per the contracts and budgets.
On projects with one Superintendent, that individual is the field leader. Superintendents that are the ranking Build Group/Pacific Structures representative on-site report directly to the Project Director; otherwise they report directly to the Project Manager. Regardless of rank, Superintendents and Project Managers share equal responsibility for the success of the project. On projects with multiple Superintendents, the Sr. Supt is the field leader; all other Superintendents and Assistant Superintendents on the site are the leaders of their assigned area and report directly to the Senior or General Superintendent.
- Bachelor degree in Civil Engineering or Construction Management; or
- Equivalent to 10-15 years of construction field experience with 5 plus years as a Lead Superintendent
- Computer literate. The ideal candidate will have a working knowledge to an advanced aptitude of MS Office Suite, (Outlook, Project, Excel and Word)
- Valid Driver’s License
Essential Job Responsibilities
- Establish and maintain a safe and orderly worksite with staff and subcontractors, daily
- Ensure all workers are properly oriented to the project, and are trained for and have the necessary tools and PPE to execute their specific tasks
- Ensure that the company staff and subcontractors develop, and use Job Hazard Analysis
- Ensure proper signage and notices have been posted; work with company Safety Team to develop, revise, and maintain, as required, jobsite specific safety plans
- Work with project manager to develop a project specific crisis management plan
- Plan, organize, schedule, coordinate, and supervise the construction of the project or that portion of the project assigned
- Responsible for developing the Master Schedule. All superintendents are required to update the Master Schedule (working with the PE, PM, or Director if necessary) at least once weekly; and to issue weekly Short Interval Schedules (3 Week Look Ahead Schedule)
- Requires the continued input, evolution, and enforcement of the schedule. The Superintendent must plan and prepare short-term schedules in conformance with the master schedule. Additionally, the Superintendent must be able to work from a project schedule and execute work per the schedules, and if this is not possible to perform, per the schedule, provide PM staff or supervisor with proper documentation, input, or communication regarding delays and recovery process
- Subcontractor Coordination: Superintendent must conduct the subcontractor coordination meeting, and facilitate coordination between all subcontractors to ensure progress on critical activities that are to be performed per the master schedule
- Have sufficient knowledge of the project to hold relevant regularly scheduled weekly coordination meetings and pre-start conferences
- Works with the Project Manager to develop a timely buyout plan
- Works with the Project Engineer to develop a timely submittal schedule
- Works with the PE to process timely RFI’s to fill holes in the construction documents
- Works with the subcontractors to identify and resolve conflicts in a timely manner
- Develop and maintain a site layout plan with public and worker protection and SWPPP management
- Establishes temporary electrical, water, and sanitation facilities; storage; site parking, access and egress; delivery routes and traffic control plans; concrete staging; emergency gathering point; jobsite office; and jobsite equipment
- Works with PE to process incidental permits required to execute the work; work with Safety Engineer to pull required OSHA permits
- Work with the PM and PE to develop and maintain a project specific quality control program
- Inspect work regularly and ensure that the work that is required is being performed in timely manner
- Responsible for ensuring that the project has the proper equipment to execute the work in a cost effective manner
- Identify the major equipment needs for the project; work with PM to develop a budget and buy out for the equipment
- Work with the PE to develop and maintain an equipment control program – Rental Log
- Work with supplier to ensure safe and properly maintained equipment is delivered, and proper logs and maintenance are maintained on-site
This position description is a summary and may not be a complete representation of the position, and the essential functions of the position could change as duties are assigned.
Build Group is an equal opportunity employer. Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.
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