Responsible for the start up, daily planning and supervision of onsite work. Qualified candidates should have a minimum of 10 years prior experience as Superintendent, as an Assistant Superintendent, or have been responsible for projects on a progressively larger scale. Must be familiar with all aspects of construction, including self performed footing slab work. All projects are located in Washington, DC Metro Area and surrounding counties.
Principal Areas of Responsibilities
- Corporate Policies and Procedures.
- Provides technical direction in construction methods to trades supervisors.
- Ensures required quality control is maintained throughout.
- Work with trade contractors to complete project within the given budget and timeframe.
- Responsible for implementing and enforcing all safety procedures and inspections.
- Responsible for training and mentoring direct reports.
- Implement a detailed project schedule.
- Monitor schedule and provide updates to Project Manager.
- Prepare two week look ahead schedule.
- Identify sequencing of construction for the project.
- Complete the project within budget.
- Identify problem areas early and develop contingency plans for the successful delivery of the project schedule.
- Maintain detailed and concise daily project records.
Specific Requirements and Expectation to Meet Responsibilities
- In the performance of duties ensure compliance to corporate policies and procedures.
- Assist with development of Request for Information (RFI) and Submittals: Monitors and tracks RFI and Submittals so responses can be timely.
- Completes punch lists describing work that needs to be done.
- Documents job-wide safety violations and job-wide quality control.
- Inspects construction site daily using the safety and quality control checklist.
- Ensure job site and workers on the project are in compliance with safety policies including taking action to correct unsafe conditions.
- Verifies all completed work complies with applicable codes, drawings and specifications.
- Effectively communicates through interpersonal and written communications.
Knowledge and Skill Requirements
Technology Skills: Planning and Scheduling, Cost Control, Production/Productivity.
Leadership Skills: Communication, Time Management
Field Equipment Skills:
Safety and Standards Certifications: OSHA 30, First Aid Certification, CPR Certification, Land Disturber Certification, SHA E&S Training (Green Card), LEED Accreditation.
Requires bachelors degree in civil engineering, architectural engineering, related field or 10 years of experience in the field. Knowledge of all phases of building construction. Familiar with a variety of field concepts, practices and procedures. Relies on experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals. Performs a variety of complicated tasks and leads the tasks of others. A wide degree of creativity and latitude is expected.