The Construction Superintendent’s role on each project is dependent on the service being provided by Savarino (General Construction, Design-Build, Construction Manager as Advisor, Construction Manager at Risk, Program Management, etc.). The Construction Project Manager must be capable of successfully leading his/her assigned project site from pre-planning/mobilization through final turnover. Specific responsibilities include:
- Communicate and coordinate between all key stakeholders and supporters of the project’s success (owners, owner representatives, architects, engineers, 3rd party consultants, subcontractors and suppliers).
- Direct and Supervise all field work for the project including oversight and management of all project subcontractors, suppliers, and other vendors entering the project site.
- Assist the Project Manager to Develop, update and constantly communicate the master project schedule and manage it’s implementation. Be proactive in ensuring submittals are approved and materials are released into fabrication on time to ensure the schedule can be maintained. When scheduled activities deviate from the planned start or duration, be quick to analyze the cause and take action to ensure the deviation is recovered from and does not affect the promised completion date.
- Coordinate and Schedule daily work activities to meet the goals of the master activity schedule. Develop detailed look ahead schedules and collaborate with subcontractors on a daily basis to coordinate the tasks to an efficient and safe completion.
- Monitor and document daily jobsite conditions and activities via Daily Logs. Photo document all jobsite conditions and activities on a daily basis.
- Be in constant communication with the Project Manager to coordinate the work and stay ahead of any potential issues that may arise.
- Analyze all drawings and specifications to ensure required documentation is complete and available. Work with responsible subcontractors and develop requests for information when documentation is insufficient. Communicate and follow up with design consultants to expedite responses. In certain service arrangements, guide the architect’s response to be within the parameters established by previous documentation with the owner (ex. allowances established within a GMP).
- Assist the project manager in the development of detailed scopes of work that will become a part of each subcontract agreement for the project. Once finalized, have a firm understanding of each subcontractors scope of work and coordinate the trade scopes for a seamless execution of the work.
- Be a champion for job site safety. Administer the site specific safety manual and ensure adherence to company health and safety standards as well as all local, federal, and state codes and standards.
- Constantly monitor and review work activities for quality and adherence to the contract documents and all standards having jurisdiction. When unsatisfactory work is found communicate and notify the responsible subcontractor(s) and take necessary steps for remedy.
- Demonstrate and foster a high standard for accountability and integrity. Foster relationships with architects, clients, subcontractors and vendors that are built upon trust and fairness.
The ideal candidate possesses the following experience/education/knowledge/skills/qualifications:
- Minimum 5 years relevant experience in the construction field.
- Successful completion of a 30 Hour OSHA Construction Safety & Health Training is a prerequisite
- Bachelor’s degree in Construction Management, Architecture, Engineering, or other related concentration preferred.
- An equivalent combination of education and experience will also be considered.
- Proficient in the following software platforms:
- Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook).
- Project Management software (Procore, Submittal Exchange, Etc.).
- Scheduling software (Microsoft Project, Primavera, Etc.).
Salary: Competitive, commensurate with experience
Employment: Full Time
Benefits: Health, Dental, Vision, 401K, and Paid Time Off (PTO).