Construction Superintendent, Energy


September 15, 2021

he Commercial Construction Superintendent will oversee project teams (in-house installers, subcontractors and vendors) and their performance. The Construction Superintendent will work onsite daily to manage the performance of the team and to be well informed of all activities onsite. The Construction Superintendent will also ensure that the project meets all quality standards and is conducted in a safe manner while reporting to the Sr. Construction Superintendent and assigned Project Manager focused on schedule and budget.
  • Coordinate and manage project teams (in-house employees, subcontractors, and vendors)
  • Create site plan, mobilize and demobilize jobsites accordingly
  • Schedule and receive material deliveries, track inventory and order equipment and tools as needed
  • Review the work progress on a daily basis and prepare internal and external reports pertaining to job
  • status and ensure project documentation is current and present in the assigned locations
  • Plan ahead to prevent problems and resolve any emerging ones and identify, mitigate, and manage risks
  • Ensure quality construction standards and the use of proper construction techniques
  • Keep all parties onsite and offsite well informed throughout the project, on track, maintaining timelines and aware of deadlines
  • Ensure adherence to all health and safety standards and reporting of all incidents

  • 2+ years working experience in construction management including record of strong leadership, organization, and communication
  • Ability to travel for up to 3-6 months at a time
  • OSHA 30 certification, current First Aid and CPR Certification, or be willing to be certified
  • Knowledge of safety standards set by NEC and NFPA70E

Physical demands and work environment
The employee may require the ability to do the following:
  • Lift 50 lbs. from the ground and pull 50 lbs. of force.
  • Perform ladder climbing, wire pulling, and conduit pulling.
  • Fully squat, stoop or kneel while wearing a 25 lbs. tool belt.
  • Maintain a standing position for long periods while performing repetitive actions such as grasping or manipulating wires.
  • Work off ladders, man lifts or reach booms

While performing the duties of this job, the employee may be exposed to:
A variety of weather conditions including cold, snow, rain, heat, etc.