Superintendent | Wausau, WI

ERG Construction Opportunities

Superintendent | Wausau, WI


The job description featured below is just a small snapshot of this role! We’d love the opportunity to tell you more about this client’s culture, strong industry reputation, and exciting growth plans for this position and the company over the next few years – so give us a call today to discuss at 920.996.9700!


Primary Responsibilities:

  • Understands the contract between the company and the owner.
  • Reviews the plans and specifications for constructability and construction schedules, advises project team of issues or deficiencies.
  • Assists in quantity takeoff and pricing estimates.
  • Prepares, manages and updates the detailed project schedule with sequence and activity duration including procurement items.
  • Establishes the punch list process and closeout procedures with the Project Manager, owner and architect before trade contractor work starts.
  • Understands all the plans, specifications and details during the project. Maintain a complete set of updated construction drawings as a permanent record.
  • Schedules and procures tools, equipment necessary for the project.
  • Provides information in the project start-up and closeout meetings.
  • Understands project estimate and budget set-up.
  • Understands trade contractor and supplier contract scopes.
  • Ensures the trade contractors meet the schedule and perform quality work.
  • Maintains positive relationships with trade contractor personnel.
  • Manages, reviews and controls all project cost codes, budgets, and production units for the project.
  • Responsible for all site productivity and reporting.
  • Reviews shop drawings, RFI’s and ASI’s (all change orders) for coordination and implementation of project requirements.
  • Updates Record drawings with all changes.
  • Prepares and submits RFI’s on project questions and problems and manage the project manager, owner and architect response time.
  • Reviews and coordinates the scope of work responsibilities for trade contractors in the trade contractor start-up meeting.
  • Manages the trade contractor progress and manpower requirements on a daily basis.
  • Assists with the weekly site progress meetings held with the owner, architect and key trade contractors.
  • Meets project utilization goals for the company’s personnel or document good faith efforts.
  • Monitors, records and reports to project manager trade contractor participation in utilization goals.
  • Prepares and reports to the General Superintendent on job progress, manpower requirements, materials used, labor cost, and work in place.
  • Assists in the monthly interim progress meeting.
  • Discusses and take action on critical issues promptly with the project manager.
  • Finalizes all punch list work within one month of owner occupancy.
  • Assists in preparing the final written analysis on project profitability, profit enhancers, profit busters and project problems for discussion in the closeout meeting and the permanent project records.
  • Directs and assists foreman in managing crews to conform to progress schedules.
  • Confers with trades people and unions to resolve complaints and grievances within the work place.
  • Ensures that work in progress conforms to specifications and that work is completed with quality workmanship.
  • Mentors, coaches and trains foremen, field engineers and assistant superintendents assigned to the project team.
  • Involves team members in making key decisions.
  • Provides counseling and feedback to field employees, trade contractors and suppliers to ensure they understand performance expectations and how their performance compares.
  • Provides recognition and positive reinforcement to employees and project team members to support the desired performance.

Experience & Qualifications:

  • Degree or completion of a 2-year certificate program in construction management, architecture, engineering, trade school, comparable training.
  • 5+ years of relevant work experience in the construction industry.
  • 3+ years of managerial and supervisory experience preferably as a commercial construction superintendent.
  • Ability to read and understand construction blueprints/documents/specifications.
  • Computer experience: project scheduling, spreadsheets, word processing, cost control, and project management software.
  • Ability to travel.

Company Benefits:

  • Health insurance, dental insurance and vision insurance.
  • Health Savings Account with employer contribution.
  • Employer sponsored life insurance.
  • Allstate supplemental benefit options.
  • Paid Time Off.
  • 401(k) with employer matching.
  • Short and long-term disability benefits.
  • Tuition reimbursement and professional development assistance.
  • Employee referral bonus program.
  • Employee assistance program.
  • Employee-driven wellness program.
  • Travel stipend, per diem as qualifications are met, and lodging expenses as are qualified by General Superintendent.

Recruiter Contact Info

Pierson Gill
Construction Recruiter
[email protected]
920.996.9700

 


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