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Large Project Superintendent - General Construction

Pivot Workforce, LLC Phoenix, AZ

  • Expired: over a month ago. Applications are no longer accepted.
Job Description
POSITION TITLE: General Superintendent of a Major Construction Project (Projects over 8mil) CLASSIFICATION UNDER THE FLSA: Exempt SUMMARY OF THE POSITION: The Large Project General Superintendent is responsible for overseeing and managing all field operations on his or her assigned PM team projects, including coordinating personnel with the project team and superintendents, materials, and installation techniques on the projects. Communication and coordination with Sub-Tier Subcontractors as well as General Contractors are important aspects of the job. The primary goal of the General Foreman role is to promote a culture of accountability on the worksite by promoting Jobsite safety, collaboration, quality, productivity, and customer loyalty to the greatest extent possible. ESSENTIAL SKILLS INCLUDE: In addition to a thorough understanding of your trade specialty, you should have broad knowledge and/or experience in other mechanical or plumbing professions. • An in-depth understanding of OSHA regulations as they pertain to construction is required. • Excellent organizing abilities • Demonstrated ability to interact with a wide variety of individuals while on the job, including but not limited to coworkers, other tradespeople, and different positions within the general contractor's organization. • Demonstrated understanding of the field needs of the sector. Understand the project timeline for all trades and work to optimize efficiency in order to achieve or beat the deadlines. • • Exceptional problem-solving capabilities. Essential Duties and Responsibilities include but are not limited to: • Encourage a safety-conscious culture. • Continue to emphasize the importance of teamwork. • Participate in developing a project execution strategy that meets or exceeds the project schedule and budget requirements. Hold them responsible if they fail to follow through on their promises. • Assist the General Contractor in driving the project forward. By relying on the General Contractor, you may help eliminate obstacles created by other trades. • Manage the performance, productivity, and pre-planning of your workforce. • Ensure that the appropriate ratio of apprentices to journeymen is maintained on all of your projects. • Oversee the field productivity of all subcontractors. • Look for fresh talent to help you put together the finest teams possible. • Develop professional field teams by providing extensive training to them. • Participate in all team project meetings, including head start, constructability, 25 percent, 50 percent, 75 percent, and closeout meetings, and offer constructive suggestions to discuss with the project group. • Ensure that trade-specific field foremen are present and participating in meetings such as head start, constructability, 25 percent, 50 percent, 75 percent, and closeout. • Collaborate with trade supervisors to ensure that foremen are selected based on their suitability for particular projects. • Ensure that trade foremen are actively involved in the BIM/VDC process from the beginning to the end. • Inspect field teams to ensure that all relevant information for each project has been delivered. If this is the case, speak with the project manager about the missing or overdue items. • Participate in all trade-specific foreman meetings as well as quarterly foreman meetings as needed. • Schedule weekly meetings with the foreman to address the following topics. o Productivity o Examine work cost data o Adhere to proper safety procedures o Professional installation Requirements in terms of manpower o Scheduling • Upon awarding a new project and before manning the work, double-check that the supers have formed project teams. • Confirm that all CDR time has been confirmed for the correctness and has been validated in Coins before entering payroll. • Consult with project managers and trade supervisors to ensure that long-lead goods and items requiring prefabrication or kitting are ordered as soon as possible to ensure that the project timeline is met. • Communicate with project management on any unsolved problems or possible delays in the project's progress. o Requests for Information (RFIs) o Change Orders o Design Deficiencies · ASI's o Submittal delays, and so forth. • Document defects, delays, disputes, and other issues, and bring them to the attention of project leaders; any items needing GC participation and/or notification will be forwarded by the project leader to the appropriate parties. • Demonstrate and promote an accountability culture across the whole field (5-Star Accountability) • Discuss any problems that need to be resolved with the GC. If no resolution can be found in the field, it should be brought to the attention of the Project Executive and/or the Director of Project Management. • Serve as a point of contact between the general contractor and the client to maintain and/or develop connections on a daily basis. • Look for training opportunities for trade foremen and other top-level employees. Identify and report to the AVP any prospective foreman candidates who should be considered for the job. • Provide feedback on all field workers who worked on your team's projects during their yearly evaluations. It takes a month for the pipe, plumbing, and sheet metal to be completed. • Confirm that these reports are being delivered to coordinators for input into the project management software. • Attend any safety violation meetings that occur on the projects that your team is working on. • Complete or confirm the completion of write-ups in order to hold field workers responsible for safety, attendance, and/or any breaches of the company's policy manual. Counseling should be provided to the employee after the termination. If termination is necessary, follow all applicable human resources processes. • Collaborate with trade supervisors to band all foremen and employees on a quarterly basis • Assist or participate in prospective employee interviews for your project management team to see whether they are a good match. • Collaborate with project managers to evaluate the number of man-hours and materials used on a project and develop a strategy for recovering those costs. (Incorporate 25% of the total into project labor.) • Meet with Field Superintendents once a week to review accomplishments and problems that need to be addressed. • EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: Associate degree (A. A.) or equivalent from a two-year college or technical school; or 3 to 5 years of relevant experience and/or training; or a combination of education and experience that is comparable. Employment Type: Full Time Years Experience: 3 - 5 years Salary: $110,000 - $115,000 Annual Bonus/Commission: No

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Construction

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