Looking for an Travelling Commercial Construction Superintendent which is the on-site manager and owner representative, who is ultimately responsible and accountable for all activities on the jobsite. The Superintendent must have Ground up construction including grading, underground utilities and foundation knowledge. Wood-framed building and steel structures, experienced in structural excavation andin educational projects is a plus. The superintendent shall implement and enforce all company policies and procedures.
- Scheduling. The superintendent shall physically post on the jobsite the construction schedule prepared by the Project Manager. That schedule shall then be managed, implemented, coordinated, maintained and enforced by the superintendent. The superintendent shall regularly contact all suppliers, subcontractors, subcontractor vendors, and owner vendors to set and then confirm delivery and installation dates. The superintendent shall also schedule and supervise all inspections, utilities, etc. as required to complete the entire project on schedule.
- Construction Document Adherence. The superintendent shall enforce and not deviate from the plans, specifications, revisions, local and governing codes, unless explicitly instructed otherwise in writing. The superintendent is solely responsible and accountable for the compliance and accuracy of all workmanship, methodology and materials utilized.
- Quality Control. The superintendent shall enforce the quality expectations of the client and Triad Retail Construction. Substandard workmanship and materials will not be tolerated, and shall not be presented to the client for consideration.
- Safety. The superintendent is the jobsite safety officer, and is responsible for the enforcement of jobsite safety and compliance in accordance with the safety manual, Occupational Safety and Health Standards for the construction industry. Superintendents are to conduct weekly jobsite safety meetings.
- Dress Code. Superintendents shall dress appropriately for site work, always being aware of OSHA safety requirements. No shorts, tank tops or tennis shoes.
- Record Keeping. Maintain and keep copies of all project related documentation including, but not limited to: POs, COs, RFIs, permits, inspection tags, daily/weekly reports, accident/incident reports, safety manual, hazard communication manual and any other project documentation as required.
Conduct - Frequently you as the onsite superintendent will be the only TRCI employee that the client, subcontractor, city, and other members of the community will ever meet, and their impression of you will be that of TRCI as a whole.