ASRC Builders is recruiting for a Superintendent for a project located in Eielson Alaska with demonstrated experience with multiple types of complex federal construction project, including US Army Corps of Engineers.
A Superintendent provides the managerial and leadership skills necessary to accomplish the work. A Superintendent has the knowledge, skills and experience required to manage the day-to-day field operations of a construction projects. The Superintendent is responsible for the production aspects of the work and is accountable for: producing quality work that is constructed consistent with the standard's set forth in the project's contract documents; for performing the work in a timely and cost effective manner and for maintaining a work environment that is safe. Superintendents are the forward face of the company and are responsible for establishing a professional work environment that includes: fostering a positive atmosphere, promoting proactive and effective communication, facilitating problem solving and for minimizing and resolving conflict in a constructive manner.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES (and other duties as assigned)
1. Managing the day-to-day field activities to ensure that the project milestone dates and overall schedule completion date is met
2. Manage workforce including interviewing & hiring crew, training employee; planning, assigning, and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems.
3. Creating short-interval look-ahead project schedules that make sure that upcoming events are communicated, tracked and are being proactively attended to
4. Creating and maintaining a culture that values safety, health and cleanliness
5. Managing and coordinating the work to ensure that it is constructed in an orderly and deliberate manner that is consistent with the standard-of-care set forth in the contract documents that is viewed by industry as an effort that is consistent with best-practices standards
6. Establishing and maintaining all dimensional controls for the project to include the use of third party survey and layout personnel when appropriate
7. Verifying that all work is installed in a workmanlike manner (i.e.: plumb, level, straight, etc...)
8. Manage and look-ahead no less than two weeks to proactively identifying issues that could lead to problems and facilitate solutions
Obtaining all inspections and ensuring that the quality aspects of the physical work are fully documented
9. Ensuring all aspects of the project are compliant with all contract terms and legal requirements that govern the project and the community in which the project(s) takes place
10. Administering client specific programs, such as CQC, Safety, Environmental Stewardship, etc.
11. Conducting and/or attending pre-construction, progress and other project and staff meetings being used at all times to prevent avoidable rework
12. Managing the punch list and project closeout process to assure timely completion
13. Ability and wiliness to abide by ACHC code of conduct, policies and procedures
14. Understand, comply and participate in company safety policies and processes in support of the ACHC Safety Culture to ensure a safe work environment
15. Administering contracts, subcontracts, purchase orders and other agreement to ensure that the scope, terms and conditions are consistently and proactively being met
16. Maintaining daily paperwork such as timecards, field reports, schedule updates and E-mail correspondence
17. Providing timely and cordial interaction with supporting work groups, such as accounting, HR, Payroll, MIS, etc.
18. Facilitate team and client meetings effectively
19. Holds regular status/safety meetings with project team and inform them or relevant matters
20. Effectively direct questions and issues from the field to the appropriate party
21. Effectively communicate project information to Project Management team
22. Resolve and/or report project/personnel issues in a timely manner
23. Tactfully communicate difficult and/or sensitive information
24. Direct and manage the work force to include training, mentoring and administrative programs
25. Other duties as assigned
26. Ability and wiliness to abide by ACHC code of conduct, policies and procedures
27. Comply, understand, and support ACHC safety culture to ensure a safe work environment
28. Display knowledge, understanding, and sensitivity to the Inupiat Culture
Carry out managerial responsibilities in accordance with the organization's policies and applicable laws. Supervise all employees within the department. Responsibilities include: interviewing, hiring, disciplining, coaching and training, addressing and resolving employee concerns, planning, assigning, directing work and assessing job performance.
LEADERSHIP COMPETENCY REQUIREMENTS FOR MANAGER OF INDIVIDUAL CONTRIBUTOR LEVEL
ASRC’s Core competencies include Leading Self, Leading People and Leading the Organization. Position level competencies include:
- Timely Decision Making - Makes decisions in a timely manner, sometimes with incomplete information and under tight deadlines and pressure.
- Delegation - Trusts people to perform through clear delegation of both routine and important tasks and decisions.
- Intellectual Horsepower - Deal with concepts and complexity well; others may describe them as sharp, capable, and agile.
- Comfort with Management - Comfortably deals with senior managers without undue tension or nervousness. They understand how senior managers think and work.
- Informing - Provides timely information that people need to know in order to do their jobs and make accurate decisions.
EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE
1. Associate degree in Construction Management or similar field or a Journeyman status in a building trade (i.e. Carpenter)
2. Minimum 7+ years of experience with progressive responsibility supervising construction projects with a commercial and/or institutional general contractor engaged in general building and civil construction
3. Five (5) years of relevant USACE project experience as a superintendent
4. A demonstrated understanding of construction means and methods associated with the renovation and construction of commercial and institutional buildings and site work related thereto
5. A working knowledge of civil, architectural, mechanical and electrical work
6. The ability to effectively communicate both in the English written and spoken word
7. Proficiency with spreadsheets, Email and other software used in the construction industry
Valid driver’s license required
Current safety credentials to include OSHA 30, First Aid and CPR certification
Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals. Ability to write routine reports and correspondence. Ability to speak effectively before groups of employees or customers.
Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals. Ability to compute rate, ratio, and percent and to draw and interpret bar graphs.
Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form. Ability to deal with problems involving several concrete variables in standardized situations.
The physical demands described herein are representative of those that must be met by an employee to safely perform the essential functions of this position.