21 September 2022
Superintendent

Project Superintendent
Miami, FL
$100k - $140k
 
Department: Construction
Job Status: Regular, Full-time
FLSA Status: Exempt
Reports to: Manager of Operations (MO) & Director of Construction Operations (DCO)
Work Schedule: As required
Amount of Travel Required: 25% to 100%
Positions Supervised: All field-level personnel on site
 
POSITION SUMMARY
Oversee the scheduling, coordination, and execution of field crew activities. Supervise and coordinate onsite field operations and associated Subcontractors and Vendors. Provide input towards the development of the project schedule. Adhere to project schedule and orchestrate timely project completion within budget. Cooperate with Project Manager and maintain open lines of communication regarding matters concerning Safety, Project budget, Productivity, Change Orders, Quality Control, and Customer Satisfaction.
 
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
Reasonable Accommodations Statement
Oversee all aspects of mechanical (fuel) related projects, including installation, modification, and
demolition of fuel underground/aboveground tanks and large/small diameter piping, hydrant fuel
piping, hydrant pits, drain downs, pigging, flushing, and civil related aspects of projects, including
concrete demolition and placement and dewatering;
 
Essential Functions:
  • Develop a Master Plan approach for the project.
  • Execute, supervise and maintain project manpower, milestone schedules, and material orders.
  • Practice, promote, and develop mentoring of all trades and manpower levels.
  • Enforce and implement the dictates and recommendations of the EHS Department.
  • Complete all documentation required in the Health and Safety Plan.
  • Consider and implement all EHS Requirements in the Planning and Coordination Phases.
  • Document and ensure any required corrective measures are addressed and implemented.
  • Review all daily and weekly scope of work activities with Project Managers.
  • Requisition, maintain and account for tools, materials, and equipment with Fleet and Project Management.
  • Monitor progress, performance, and quality of work for all Subcontractors and major Equipment Suppliers.
  • Coordinate all required inspections with Project Foreman and maintain good working relationships with inspectors.
  • Review, analyze, and update Labor Hours/Job Costs Report information with project management on weekly basis.
  • Optimize project opportunity by field/pre-fabrication planning, BIM, organizing, and scheduling, without compromising the quality, safety, or completion date of the project.
  • Assist project management with schedule preparation, including logic and resource/budget allocation, Labor Resource Charts, and provide updates as required.
  • Keep proper and complete documentation of the project as required and available for inspection at all times.
  • Provide required training, mentoring, coaching, and leadership for field personnel. Participation in company-provided training.
  • Ensure accurate and complete cost coding of all time cards on a daily basis. Review, sign-off and forward time cards to the corporate office as required.
  • Oversee all tradesmen at the project site, including, but not limited to, Pipefitters, Welders, Heavy Equipment Operators, General Construction personnel, Environmental technicians, and all Subcontractor personnel (Electricians, Start-up technicians, etc.)
  • Ensure efficient project closeout, including completion of all punch list work, owner training and instruction, transfer of spare parts, final cleanup, As-Built plans, demobilization, and project records archiving.
 
 
POSITION QUALIFICATIONS
Competencies:
  • Strong written and oral communication skills.
  • Ability to understand contract plans and specifications.
  • Ability to perform accurate estimating and takeoffs for mechanical/civil systems.
  • Strong organizational skills and habits
  • Positive attitude and ability to work in a high-paced environment.
  • Ability to solve problems and present solutions.
  • History and ability to maintain high attendance and punctuality.
  • Traffic Control and work at Airports and Federal Government Facilities a Plus
  • Knowledge of Proper Use of Survey Equipment
 
 
SKILLS & ABILITIES
Education:
  • High school graduation or equivalent is required.
Experience:
 Minimum 5 years previous experience in this position.
 
Computer Skills:
  • Computer literate with good working knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel.
  • Complete Daily reports / JSAs / Tool Box meeting
  • Ability to send and receive email.
  • Ability to complete online time reporting, including preparation of Certified Payroll sign-in.
  • Handle and transmit Project Photos on a scheduled basis.
  • Ability to complete online training
 
Certificates & Licenses:
  • OSHA 30 hour Construction
  • OSHA 40 hour HAZWOPER, a plus
  • Florida Advance Traffic Control Supervisor, a plus
  • Florida Stormwater Inspector, a plus
  • NCCER Accreditation desired
  • FDOT CTQP Certifications as applicable
 
Other Requirements:
  • Driver’s License.
  • Competent Person Lockout/Tagout, Confined space, and Trenching and Excavation procedures in a safe manner.
  • Identify safety hazards you or other employees may be subject to and take all necessary corrective action to eliminate or minimize hazards.
 
 
PHYSICAL DEMANDS
  • Hearing and vision within normal ranges are essential for normal conversations, receiving ordinary information, and preparing, inspecting, or reviewing documents.
  • Frequent walking and climbing (stairs, ladders, terrain)
  • Frequent lifting (up to and including 50 pounds)
  • Frequent bending, twisting, and standing
  • Exposure to working outdoors in all-weather conditions
  • Ability to work more than 40 hours in any given week including weekend assignments as required
 
Other Physical Requirements:
Must wear steel-toed boots, must wear protective eye-wear, hearing protection, may work in
outdoors during inclement weather, ability to travel by car or plane, high frequency of
computer keyboarding, high frequency of viewing a computer monitor, etc.
 
 
WORK ENVIRONMENT
Work is performed in outdoor settings and industrial settings, in all weather conditions,
including temperature extremes, during the day and night shifts. Work is often performed in
emergency and stressful situations.
This job description is subject to change at any time.