Traveling Superintendent

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Job ID: 1886
Job Title: Traveling Superintendent
Location: Jacksonville, FL

The Superintendent is responsible for overseeing the project from pre-construction through project closeout.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Pre-plans and schedules jobsite activity as required. Produces and updates a weekly 4-week short interval schedule (integrated with the overall project schedule). Oversees field office files
  • Plans and develops construction techniques and methods, materials handling, crew sizes and deployment, equipment requirements, and task sequences
  • Recruits and coordinates training for all hourly jobsite personnel. Assists in applicable jobsite training of onsite Assistant Project Managers and Assistant Superintendents
  • Manages requirements of the NPDES. Posts required documentation in compliance with national, state, and local labor laws. Administers company policies and procedures fairly and consistently
  • Prepares Daily Report and communicates project activity to management (Project Manager and Director of Construction).
  • Reports, verifies, and documents to management extra work requested by the owner, or occasioned by job conditions, which are beyond the original estimate or contract documents
  • Responsible for the layout of accurate lines and grades for all work. Reviews project submittals. Checks and verifies dimensions within the design drawings, and as related to shop drawings
  • Verifies valid/current insurance of all on-site companies
  • Inspects for quality of both company-performed work and subcontractors’ work and for compliance with engineered drawings. Resolves quality assurance deficiencies
  • Prepares Labor Cost Report. Processes daily vendors’ and subcontractors’ invoices and delivery tickets. Conducts weekly subcontractor progress meetings
  • Initiates all jobsite safety and accident prevention efforts. Investigates and reports all accidents. Holds weekly safety meetings and inspections for submission. Conducts new-hire safety orientation utilizing the company code of safe practices
  • Complies with contract specifications, POs, SCs, and permitting agencies for required inspections. Generates RFIs and applicable project correspondence
  • Assumes budget responsibility for labor costs, including subsistence and expenses, and miscellaneous purchases, such as concrete, lumber, equipment rental, and overhead

Education/Experience:

  • High school diploma with five years of applicable construction experience
  • Two years of supervisory experience in a construction environment or 4-yr degree in Building Construction or a related field of study may be substituted on a year-for-year basis for applicable construction experience