Project General Superintendent

Farmington, NM 87401

Posted: 10/09/2018 Industry: Construction Job Number: 166650 Pay Rate: $35.00-40.00

Job Description:

The Project General Superintendent will be working on WATER projects, and will be responsible for the scheduling, coordinating and supervision of the all work activities both self-performed and those performed with subcontractors engaged in the construction activities for water and wastewater treatments plants.

Promote and enforce craft and subcontractors compliance with project safety program requirements; document and ensure corrective measures are implemented

Mentor and coach superintendents as it relates to company policies and procedures and work requirements

Conduct and/or direct project safety meetings

Supervise foremen assigned to area of responsibility and provide liaison between field engineering, estimating, and crafts to ensure compliance of construction with drawings and specifications

Plan, direct and supervise subcontractors on a daily basis. Activities include planning, organizing, directing and controlling methods of construction, manpower levels, material quantities equipment, work schedule and reviewing documentations

Inspect work areas to determine type of work required and materials and equipment to be used. May coordinate with equipment superintendent to insure constant flow of materials

Assist in jobsite setup

Resolve construction problems (lack of productivity, work interfaces, etc.) ensuring project runs on schedule

Maintain liaison with other departments (i.e., Material Control, Purchasing, Quality Control, Engineering) and directly report to Project Manager to ensure all required materials, equipment, inspections, etc., support craft activities and project schedule

Maintain up-to-date knowledge and understanding of local union or prevailing wage rules where required

Ensure workers for each task are fully qualified to perform assigned duties

Jobsite responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

Supervision of the actual physical construction of the project in strict accordance with the contract documents;

Verification of safety compliance with all trades and subcontractors, shutdowns and tie-ins; enforcement of safety and quality-control policies;

Direction and day-to-day coordination of trade contractors – and their sub-contractors when required – to ensure they turn out high-quality work that meets project schedule;

Maintenance of satisfactory relationships with owners, subcontractors and the ability to work in a team environment with other Project Managers, Engineers and Superintendents.

Assign tasks to superintendents to ensure efficient, appropriate personnel usage while assisting superintendents in trouble-shooting of day-to-day problems.

Take charge and exercise leadership and judgment in changing situations.

Major Areas of Accountability:

Review Subcontract Schedule of Values.

Review draft subcontractor applications for payment and adjust as required.

Review third party testing agency reports for compliance and conformance

Assist and manage superintendents and sub-contractors with the coordination of State/Local building and trade inspections

Develop a site logistics and strategic plans, coordinate and maintain the continuity of all superintendent functions.

Qualifications:

High school diploma or GED required

10-15 years of experience on construction projects in a superintendent role.

Demonstrate proficiency and understanding of the management of site logistics and contract operations for water projects both greenfield and brownfield alike.

Strong Water/Waste Water treatment facility construction project experience

Knowledge of Timberline, Microsoft Excel and Word required.

Must be construction-document and drawing literate, with knowledge of all phases of construction.

Must have experience and proficiency in all divisions of work, methods, materials, scheduling, and cost control.

Strong technical and communication skills are critical.

Expert knowledge of tool & equipment safety

Leadership qualities in project safety implementations

OSHA 10-Hour qualifications

Travel Requirements:

Must be willing to travel or relocate to the project pending the project requirements.

Relocation, if required, will be paid for by the company

Travel, if required, will be done with either an allowance or TDA pending project requirements at the cost of the company.

Driving while on travel, or in a company provided vehicle, will be required therefore a driving record review would be required.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

HKA Enterprises is a global workforce solutions firm. If you're seeking a new career opportunity or project experience, our recruiters will work to understand your qualifications, experience, and personal goals. At HKA, we recognize the importance of matching employee goals with those of the employer. We strive to seek credibility, satisfaction, and endorsement from all of our applicants. We invite you to take time and search for your next career experience with us! HKA is an EEO Employer who participates in the US Citizenship and Immigration Services E-Verify Program.

George Estepp

George Estepp is an on-site lead recruiter for HKA Enterprises. George's favorite part of the job is "building relationships with candidates as I put them to work. I also enjoy beating personal bests."

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