traveling superintendent

Location: No Specific Location

Would you like the opportunity to be a vital part of one of the most well known, nationally recognized commercial construction companies? Don’t miss your chance and apply today!

Responsibilities of the Traveling Superintendent:

  • Participate with the project team in pre-project planning sessions, estimating, sub-contractor selection, and scheduling.

  • Make recommendations for cost savings, quality control, safety, equipment rental, etc.

  • Coordinate with suppliers and issue purchase orders.Provide onsite supervision to ensure the compliance of construction drawings and specifications. Notify project team and/or Architect of design concerns/issues.

  • Ensure all company safety policies and OSHA regulations are being followed. Create, maintain, discipline and document a proper safety environment.

  • Supply the necessary personal protective equipment to our crew.

  • Discipline associates who fail to follow company safety policies and issue warnings to subcontractors regarding safety violations. Remove subcontractor from project if warranted.

  • Proper project documentation—re: daily log, EPA erosion issues, safety, personnel issues, weather.

  • Maintain cost awareness for all aspects of the project. Notify project team of anticipated exceptions to the estimate.

  • Establish and promote a high level of project quality that will enhance the reputation of the company.

  • Communicate and document expectations to subcontractors during weekly meeting.

Qualifications of the Traveling Superintendent:

  • High school graduate or GED equivalent.

  • Proficient knowledge of Excel, Word, Microsoft Project, as well as estimating and project management utilizing cost accounting software.

  • Experience as a Superintendent in commercial design/build construction with industrial, manufacturing, and warehousing experience is required.

  • Experience as a craftsman with tools and general knowledge of basic building methods  - framing, concrete interior finishes, mechanical trades, site work, etc.

  • Ability to read and understand blueprints.

  • Extensive travel may be required.