This incredibly dynamic and diverse General Contractor is growing at an impressive rate and would like to speak to qualified, experienced site superintendents in the Jackson MS area. The work/projects will be primarily local to the Jackson market but there could be the possibility of occassional travel to outlying project locations (< 2 hours away).
This company is diversified into commercial, facilities, healthcare, civil/infrastructure as well as other industry segments.
They are looking for a well-rounded ground-up / new construction Superintendent and they can provide stability and reputation for long-term employment and career growth that will set them apart from the other GCs in the area (and Nationally as well!).
Basic Qualifications for this Role are:
High School diploma or Bachelor’s Degree preferred
Minimum 5 years (or more) in commercial construction site supervision and/or project management experience with public, private or federal projects is required.
Proven experience with directing ground-up (& Tenant Improvement) Projects start-to-finish ( & provide a project list with those accomplishments)
Proven track record of success working with subcontractors, material suppliers, project owners, architects and engineers.
In the performance of this role, it is the Project Superintendent’s responsibility to protect and promote the company’s interests in all matters and to do whatever is reasonably necessary to discharge his duties / responsibilities.
The Project Superintendent will provide supervision and coordination of the field construction of a project, or multiple projects, and to complete the work on schedule, within the budget and to the quality of workmanship specified.
To provide leadership and to establish and maintain effective and harmonious working relationships of the on-site staff and to promote a positive project morale.
To have a thorough and complete knowledge and understanding of the General Contract, each Subcontract parameters, the contract drawings, specifications and addenda, and to also assist the Project Manager in the development of the on-site procedures.
To examine the contract drawings, specifications and addenda for design deficiencies, impractical details and possible code violations, and to bring these to the attention of the Project Manager
who will review them with the Architect.
To assist the Project Manager in the development and refinement of the Project Schedule, and to work with the Project Manager to keep the schedules properly updated, and to see that the job meets the various required dates.
To plan and review the Construction Program with the Project Manager including quality control procedures, safety and security practices, field office location and layout, temporary utilities,
staging areas, equipment and manpower.
To coordinate, direct, monitor, and inspect the activities of the Subcontractors, Suppliers and their labor and material.
To verify that each Subcontractor has completed his contractual requirements as condition precedent to beginning his work at the job-site. This includes a Certificate of Insurance, a fully
executed Subcontract, a Schedule of Values and a Safety Program.
To see that all required permits or licenses have been obtained, and that a weatherproof bulletin board is installed on which all required safety notices are posted.
To cooperate with, and direct when necessary, the activities of the inspection agencies, and to effect remedial actions indicated by the reports of these agencies.
To chair weekly coordination meetings and monthly safety meetings with the subcontractors and to issue typewritten minutes to the Project Manager as a result thereof.
To receive and review the Subcontractors Daily Reports of work done and labor and material employed.
To review and approve, on a weekly basis, all as-built prints.
To review and approve the Subcontractor’s monthly requests for payment.
To participate, as required, in the timely preparation of monthly requisitions to the Owner and to see that they are promptly reviewed and approved by the Architect’s field representative.
To review and approve all time, material, work completed and invoices.
To maintain good relations and communications with all involved in the project including the public.
Review all packing slips to ensure shipments are complete.
Very important to this company and their obligation to all employees and trade-partners!
The Superintendent will insure that subcontractor enforces their safety programs including the holding of toolbox safety meetings.
Refer and adhere to the Safety Manual for further instruction and OSHA regulations.
Necessary Skills for a Superintendent:
The Superintendent must be able to read blue prints, have an understanding of project cost analysis and also
have skills/abilities in the following:
Sage 100 Contractor software (preferred) or Procore
Microsoft Office Suite, specifically Outlook, Word, and Excel
Familiarity with Microsoft Project and/or Primavera P6 scheduling software
Ability to lift and/or move up to 50 pounds
Ability to operate heavy equipment (forklift, manlift, etc.)
Certificates & Licenses:
All employees are required to have an up to date CPR/AED certificate
30 hour OSHA training
Defensive Driving training
NOTE: This job description is not intended to be all-inclusive. Employee may perform other related duties as required to meet the ongoing needs of the organization.