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Plano Coudon
Baltimore, MD
  • Expired: over a month ago. Applications are no longer accepted.
Job Description

Plano-Coudon is looking for an experienced Superintendent to provide supervision and leadership for P-C project sites. The ideal candidate will have experience managing subcontractors, vendors and clients. The Superintendent will direct field work in accordance with plans and specifications and have demonstrated success delivering a timely, profitable, quality project while focusing on safety and client satisfaction. Must possess excellent customer service, interpersonal communication, conflict resolution and organizational skills. PC offers an innovative and challenging environment with a rich community culture, competitive salary, benefits and growth opportunities.

The role of the Superintendent is to make Plano-Coudon the best in class within construction industry through adherence to the PC FAITH mission: PC Faith: Positivity, Community, Fire in the Belly, Accountability, Integrity, Teamwork, Health.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Review, understand and comply with contract requirements regarding inspection procedures, claims notification, and shutdown notifications.
  • Review, understand and enforce all project specific subcontract agreements and supplier purchase orders.
  • Review project correspondence. Ensure all correspondence is properly posted and filed in job site files.
  • Administer personnel policies, procedures and practices of all job site workers.
  • Participate in preconstruction tasks including constructability reviews, scheduling, and site logistics.
  • Participate in project interviews or other meetings required to secure future work.
  • Plan and coordinate project access for both general requirements and subcontractors.
  • Schedule and coordinate daily jobsite activities such as subcontractors and material deliveries.
  • Supervise direct hire labor including laborers, carpenters and/or temporary labor.
  • Assist in resolving construction issues as required to maintain progress of the project.
  • Work with small tools on a limited basis as required to maintain progress of the project.

Manage the On-Site Safety Program

  • Understand, implement and enforce all safety requirements, regulations and laws.
  • Lead weekly "Tool Box" safety talks with all jobsite personnel. Obtain a sign-in sheet and fax a copy to the main office.
  • Coordinate regularly scheduled safety inspections with PC's independent safety consultant. Distribute report to subcontractors with deficiencies. Ensure that all deficiencies are abated immediately.
  • Represent PC in the event of an OSHA/MOSHA inspection. Notify PC's safety consultant immediately of an OSHA inspection so that they may be present during the inspection.
  • Implement a safety rewards program if necessary.
  • Request, collect and keep on file all MSDS sheets required for the project site. Notify project manager if a subcontractor fails to provide to you.

Project Scheduling

  • Participate in the development of the project schedule, identify project milestones and ensure that contractual requirements will be met.
  • Create 2 week look ahead schedules and review with subcontractor foreman on a weekly basis.
  • Notify subcontractors in writing of any schedule deficiencies or delays to the critical path schedule (i.e. lack of manpower or late material/equipment deliveries).
  • Maintain documentation to support any claims PC may have.
  • Request assistance of the project manager when contractual pressure needs to be applied to subcontractors failing to meet project requirements.
  • Deliver schedule updates as required at Owner Progress Meetings.

Project Documentation

  • Generate daily field reports, progress photos and maintain project file folder while site is active.
  • Maintain a project diary for each project in a bound book provided by PC. Document important conversations and directives that may not be captured with other project documentation.
  • Maintain an updated record set of contract documents at the project site including all as built information and up to date field changes and/or modifications to the project.
  • Request, collect and keep on file subcontractor manpower reports.

Quality Control

  • Ensure that the work being put in place meets the requirements of the project documents and deliver quality workmanship from the tradesmen in the field.
  • Review approved submittals and cross reference between trades to ensure that work conforms to contract requirements.
  • Schedule and conduct quality control inspections and document the results on a regular basis.

Training and Profession Development

  • Maintain a current OSHA 30-hour training certification, sediment and erosion control certification (Green Card), current first aid and CPR certification.

Education and Experience Requirement:

  • High School Diploma or GED.
  • Minimum of 5 years' experience as an assistant superintendent and/or superintendent in Commercial construction.
  • 3 years' experience working for a general contractor working on projects up to 5 million preferred

Work Environment, Equipment and Physical Demands - Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

  • Continuous standing, walking, and sitting throughout the day.
  • Occasional bending, crouching and stooping throughout the day.
  • Use of simple hand tools. Some light lifting of up to 25 pounds may be required.
  • Typing and viewing of a computer screen required.
  • Requires regional driving on a daily basis.
  • Occasional weekend work as needed.


Please submit your resume and salary requirements for consideration.

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Plano Coudon


Baltimore, MD
21230 USA



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