Summary of Position
Our superintendents work closely with project managers and foremen to ensure projects are completed efficiently and effectively. You will be responsible for all activities at the construction site, including: providing a safe and productive work environment, scheduling all job site activities, and ensuring projects stays within the estimated budget. You will use your industry knowledge and experience to supervise and mentor a team of craftsmen; to coordinate project tasks with users, outside subcontractors and vendors; and to anticipate and proactively manage any problems that may arise throughout construction.
- Minimum of ten years experience in mechanical and plumbing contracting with five years experience as a project superintendent required.
- Experience as a project superintendent should include experience both: (1) directing field teams in the installation of commercial plumbing, hydronic HVAC piping, ductwork, and large equipment; and (2) coordinating the work of subcontractors who insulate duct and piping, install temperature controls, fabricate and install sheet metal, etc.
- High school diploma, GED, or diploma equivalent required.
- Current Texas Licensure in your craft is required. Master license preferred.
- Able to effectively plan, organize, prioritize and delegate tasks, and control the work process.
- Strong understanding of estimating process. Able to read and interpret blueprints, schematic drawings, and specifications.
- Works well independently, under pressure, and without close supervision.
- Willing and able to consistently work the schedule required by job demands.
- Strong written and verbal communication skills.
- Stable work history showing responsibility, productivity, and professional growth.
- Able to safely operate a commercial motor vehicle (as evidenced by past driving performance record) and to adhere to all company safety requirements.
- Maintain on-going required continued education, professional licenses, and/or certifications as required by the position
- Able to stand, walk, talk, see with 20/20 vision (naturally or corrected), hear within normal range, and perform repetitive motion activities.
- Able to maintain precision and concentration during physically demanding tasks. Includes ability to:
- Tolerate extreme environmental conditions (with use of personal protective equipment) including: extreme heat, cold, noise, vibration, fumes, dusts, poor ventilation, gases, and oils.
- Independently lift and carry objects with weights ranging from 20 to 80 pounds.
- Climb and maintain balance on ladders, kneel, crouch, crawl, reach, push, pull, etc.
- Able to work skillfully with both hands throughout the day including: twist, finger, grasp, and feel equipment and materials.
- May be exposed to wet slippery floors, objects on floor, and various chemicals and sharp objects.
- Able to work 8 hours per day on surfaces that may be dirt, carpet, concrete, wood, tile, and/or vinyl
Core Job Responsibilities:
- Enforces safety rules and company policies to reduce job site hazards and to promote a high degree of professionalism by all R.E.C. employees.
- Host on-site safety meetings and briefings regularly to make sure field team is knowledgeable of all project requirements and standards.
- Briefs project foremen on all contract key terms, conditions, inclusions, and exclusions.
- Plans project specific work schedule, delegates manpower on site, and coordinates with vendors and subcontractors for all deliveries and on-site installations.
- Ensures all maintenance, demolition, and installation is conducted according to plans, specifications, and Texas state codes.
- Coordinates and works with owners, general contractors, and major subcontractors to manage any challenges that arise and to maintain job progress throughout project duration.
- Ensures project progresses smoothly and is completed in an organized and timely manner.
- Notifies project management of job-site emergencies, work interferences, and schedule difficulties.
- Writes and maintains a detailed daily record of all jobsite activities.
- Keeps accurate record of employee time sheets by reporting time and tasks completed to project management consistently and frequently.
- Maintains control over the projects tools, inventory, equipment, and security. Coordinates placement and storage of materials, tools, and supplies used during construction.
- Organizes and executes project closeout. Ensures that all punch list items are completed in a timely manner and that the owner is completely satisfied with the quality of work.