Project Superintendent

Job Details

Position ID: # EB-1169321323
Date Posted: 2/21/2023 2:48:05 PM
Location: National, ID
Job Type: Full Time
Salary (USD): $100,000 - $130,000

Job Description

Title: Project Superintendent
Location: National
Shift: Regular working hours
Compensation: $100 - $130k
Benefits: Comprehensive benefits
Travel: Extensive travel required. Job sites are located throughout the US. The company will cover the costs and expenses of travel.
Vaccine Requirement: None

Position Description:
Provides overall administrative and technical direction on site. Manages subcontractors’ work performance and productivity. Enforces company and project policies, maintains client interface and ensures project is constructed in accordance with the design, safety, quality, budget and schedule.

• Responsible for the quality of constructed buildings to the company’s standards.
• Ensure the Company maintains positive client relationships, resolving concerns while providing excellent customer service.
• Dictate progress flow, schedule, quality, safety and budget.
• Assist Project Manager in putting together the project and man-loaded schedules.
• Study and comprehend the estimate.
• Visualize and control the construction and sequence of events for each project.
• Pre-plan, schedule, and coordinate activities of multiple subcontractors.
• Monitor quality, budget, safety, schedule, and production of subcontractors; take corrective action as necessary to ensure a profitable and safe project completion.
• Ensure subcontractor compliance with safety, environmental and quality control programs.
• Conduct training for site specific safety policies and procedures.
• Lead and document job-site weekly Safety meetings.
• Lead and document job-site weekly subcontractor coordination and progress meetings.
• Verify the completion of all necessary inspections, approvals and certifications by appropriate agencies.
• Ensure vendors and subcontractors are paid in a timely manner after review/approval of invoices and pay requests.
• Communicate frequently with the Principals, Project Management, General Superintendent, Steel Superintendent and Sales regarding job progress, status, issues, etc.
• Responsible for accurate, thorough and proper distribution of paperwork.
o Daily: Prepare and distribute daily project report.
o Weekly: Payroll documentation, human resource documentation, safety documentation, recordkeeping, etc.
o Weekly: Prepare and distribute a three week look-ahead schedule(s).
o Weekly: Document and distribute minutes for weekly subcontractor meeting(s).
• Responsible for material handling: site layout, material count, unloading and loading, ordering and pickup or delivery of materials missing from original shipments, and site clean up.
• Maintain project record set of drawings, updating all changes, revisions, and other modifications over the course of the project.
• Verify and document all changes to the record set of drawings and keep track of same on a “redline” set of drawings. Submit to Project Manager at the completion of the project.
• Participate and cooperate with every department while enthusiastically advocating teamwork and frequent communication.
• Perform other duties as assigned.

• Five plus years’ construction experience required.
• Proven ability to produce quality work.
• Ability to work in stressful situations for extended periods of time while remaining even-tempered.
• Able to solve problems (personnel and technical).
• Responsible, reliable, and dependable.
• Confidentiality required.
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills. English - able to communicate, read and understand. Bi-lingual ability helpful (English/Spanish).
• Willing to work in a fast-paced production environment, which may include physical labor.
• Able to work extended work days and work week.
• Willing to travel via air or ground, often on short notice, and work on prolonged field assignments.
• Excellent customer relation skills.
• Strong supervisory and leadership skills.
• Ability to work well with others in a professional manner.
• Maintain a regular and dependable level of attendance.
• Basic math and computer knowledge and skills.
• Ability to identify quality of welds and read welding symbols.
• OSHA 30 hour certified.
• First Aid, CPR certified.
• Must have a valid Driver’s License.

Company Description:
Since 1983, HRI has grown from a regional design-build contractor to an integrated solution provider of construction services supporting a broad range of clients nationwide. Our content expertise, established processes, and flexible contracting methodologies have provided our teams the ability to deliver consistent results for our clients coast-to-coast.

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