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Area Superintendent (Mission Critical) - AL

Job description

Position Description:

The Project Superintendent (PS) is responsible for managing the construction process for the project. They are assigned the authority to provide daily coordination and direction of the placement of work so that it is safe, within budget, on schedule, to the company's quality standards and to the customer's satisfaction. They are responsible for planning and scheduling activities, organizing trade partners and suppliers, deploying site equipment and interfacing with regulatory authorities. The PS will manage and coordinate the activities of a team of construction professionals consisting of area superintendents, field engineers, quality and safety personnel, craft, and trade partner representatives.


Position Qualifications:

  • A 4-year degree in civil or structural engineering, architecture, or construction management.
  • Minimum of 7-8 years’ experience on large commercial construction projects.
  • Valid Driver’s License. 
  • Strong communication skills.
  • Computer software - Microsoft Office Suite, specifically Excel based templates, Prolog, Primavera and AutoDesk Suite.

Essential Duties:

  • Safety planning is to be included in all pre-job planning and considered foremost in the daily operations. All project, governmental and company safety regulations and requirements shall be enforced by the PS. The PS, with the support of safety managers, drives safety culture on the project.
  • The superintendent is responsible for all quality control on the project. The PS works with QC staff and trade partners to ensure the highest level of quality is delivered.
  • The PS is responsible for the development and timely execution of the project schedule. The PS collaborates with project staff and trade partners to develop, update and manage the schedule, and has overall responsibility for job planning and the development of logistics and site utilization plans.
  • Jobsite equipment needs are planned and organized by the project superintendent. Maintenance and the safe operation of equipment, including operator certificates and permits, are the overall responsibility of the PS. Company-owned equipment is coordinated with the corporate equipment manager.
  • Develop, coordinate and supervise all company field work personnel on the project. The PS sets expectations, trains and evaluates salaried personnel under their supervision, and is responsible for the hiring, development, performance and coordination of hourly field personnel.
  • Maintain the Book of 14 and project control systems to accurately portray current project status and forecast projections. The control systems are used as a guide to identify misalignments and implement a plan for course correction.
  • Develop and maintain relationships with the owner, architect, engineer and trade partners to ensure the highest level of quality and customer service is delivered.