NextPath Career Partners is currently seeking Superintendent to join our client’s team. This is a direct hire position. Candidate must be located in Orlando, FL.
SALARY: $80-110k (depending on experience)
- B.S. in construction management/science, engineering, or relevant discipline preferred, or equivalent combination of education (High School diploma) and experience
- Successful completion of OSHA 30-Hour Construction Industry Outreach Training required (may obtain within first year of employment)
- 6+ years of commercial construction field experience, including direct supervisory experience
- Proficient with reading plans and specs
- Ability to build and manage high performing teams
- Oversee and leads the day-to-day field construction activities on assigned jobsite
- In charge of the overall safety at a jobsite, including the implementation of the safety plans and procedures
- Reviews record documents, submittals, shop drawings, and schedule to determine the nature and scope of the project, the materials to be utilized, manpower requirements (by craft) for each construction phase, equipment needs, etc.
- Along with the project manager, plans the physical layout of the jobsite to use effectively all available space; initiates startup activities, which include site security preparations, placement of office trailers, utility hookups, etc.
- Designates areas for cranes and hoists, building materials storage, parking, etc.
- Directs field engineers in the initial survey and layout of the jobsite; ensures that all dimensional control lines and elevations are correct and verified by certified third party site surveyors before foundation work begins
- Plans the daily and weekly activities for each craft, including detailed schedule forecasts, within the scope of the overall construction schedule; provides detailed technical instructions for each foreman to ensure a clear understanding of the work, methods, manpower resources, and expected completion date; works with the project office staff to resolve any ambiguities in plans and drawings before construction begins
- Along with the project manager, the superintendent establishes procedures for the ordering of self-performed building materials, supplies, and small tools from approved suppliers
- Inspects all field construction work in progress, including work that is subcontracted, and ensures that uniformly high-quality workmanship is maintained during each construction segment; supervises or appoints staff as appropriate to supervise all activities performed on the jobsite regardless of the day or time of the performance of the work, pointing out deficiencies promptly with responsible parties and following up to ensure that deficiencies are corrected
- Provides technical guidance and assistance in resolving day-to-day construction problems; investigates alternative work methods and materials to improve efficiency and work quality; works closely with architects, engineers, and consulting firms to resolve problems
- Assists the project manager in evaluating schedule and cost impacts
- Assists the project manager in the development of the manpower projection chart; monitors weekly labor costs for accuracy and conformance with established budget and takes corrective action to improve productivity when labor costs exceed expected norms; investigates reasons for delays in the construction schedule, adjusting leadership, crew sizes, equipment, etc. as necessary to ensure timely completion of the project
- Assists the project manager in the development of the equipment projection chart and monitors equipment use, maintenance, and cost throughout the project
- Ensures compliance with all federal, state, and local laws, ordinances and codes relating to construction activities, including company policies and procedures dealing with employment, terminations, compensation, labor/management relations, etc.
- Manages scheduling of all governmental inspections of all work necessary to obtain a certificate of occupancy
- Assumes overall responsibility for the health and safety of employees, including designation of first aid areas, emergency treatment facilities, accompanying OSHA inspectors on jobsite visits, correcting observed safety hazards, etc.
- Establishes and maintains a good working relationship with owners and owner representatives, architects, consulting firms, and other parties with financial interest in the project; attempts to resolve problems at the lowest practical level through direct negotiations with concerned individuals
- Fosters and promotes the training and development of subordinates through various on-the-job training opportunities, company-sponsored training programs and outside learning opportunities
- Assumes a leadership role in the career planning and development of project staff, including merit increases, promotions, and decisions to promote hourly staff to salary, etc.; attempts to balance the needs of the individual with the needs of the company
- Performs a variety of tasks associated with project completion, including close-out punch lists, demobilization, as-built documents, etc.
- Maintains a detailed and accurate daily report of all activity associated with field construction activities
- Administers the company's Safety & Health Manual
NEXTPATH CAREER PARTNERS:
NextPath is a candidate centric recruiting firm focused on your career goals to help you find your next path! Our team of professional recruiters have over 80 years of combined experience to help you navigate a job change. Our clients span local and national with roles in sales, creative, marketing, and staffing on a direct, contract-to-perm, and contract (project) basis.
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