Senior Project Superintendent
Woodward Design+Build is seeking a Senior Project Superintendent.
Responsible for Supervision, Quality Control and Coordination of the entire project including maintaining a schedule created by Project Manager and the Senior Superintendent. Coordinates WDB crafts and subcontractors to work in such a manner as to have a safe and productive environment. Works closely and become a team player with Owner, Architect, Project Manager, Assistant Project Manager, Craft Superintendent, Safety and Management keeping the WDB Philosophy in mind at all time. The Senior Superintendent is a Superintendent with capabilities above standards, allowing him to orchestrate and build the most difficult of projects, typically being the top supervisor on major project.
Senior Superintendents report to the Sr. Vice President of Operations
The Senior Superintendent works with the assigned Project Manager as a TEAM to maintain and to complete the project on time and within budget.
Accountable to the Senior Superintendent, on a project basis, are the following positions: WDB Superintendents and Assistant Superintendents.
Interacting with the Senior Superintendent is the Sr. Vice President of Operations President. Sr. Vice President of Operations is responsible for allocating WDB resources and should be notified and discuss if proper support is not being received from the main office or the assigned Project Manager.
- Senior Superintendents are responsible for Quality Control on ALL phases of their Project. This includes all subcontractors scope of work.
- Implement management of productive labor force, equipment and material purchases , equipment rentals ,and supervising all labor to achieve minimum labor cost when required, and monitor the project budget.
- Confer with Project Manager regarding project budget and cost codes
- Implement and enforce the Company’s Jobsite Procedures in compliance with appropriate governmental safety standards, and enforce jobsite security.
- Develop and maintain communications with all governing agencies associated with the project.
- Develop and implement techniques, methods and systems for the construction of the project. Investigate and recommend improvements in the work methods and materials to enhance productivity and value management.
- Establish and maintain an effective and professional on-site working relationship with the Owner, Architects, Consulting Engineers, and others related to the project.
- Receive all required building permits prior to the start of construction. Advise Project Manager and Sr. Vice President of Operations if permits are not available, to get approval to start without a permit.
- Initiate Pre pour meetings
- Verify location of any existing utilities
- Ensure installation of all necessary temporary facilities and services.
- Evaluate and determine alternatives for equipment usage and determine material and small tool requirements
- Enforce subcontracts, contract purchase orders, change orders, and work orders.
- Analyze weekly labor cost reports to determine production efficiency and implement required changes.
- Analyze approved shop drawings and submittals to ensure proper coordination and adherence to contract documents.
- Inspects each job prior to punch list, makes punch list with Project Manager and Owner and makes corrections as soon as possible.
- Inspects roof of building upon completion to be sure roof is clean.
- Conduct Monday morning “Tool Box” meetings.
- Participate in seminars, work programs, or industry related functions that complement or are pertinent to improvements in areas of field supervision.
Computer Skills Needed
Basic knowledge of computer operations, understanding of Primavera Schedules
Technical Skills Needed
Superior knowledge of construction documents, scheduling, construction technique, cost accounting, as-built drawings, and closeout documents
How to Apply
Email your resume to the Director of Human Resources, Nancy Scherer.