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OGS Superintendent

Overview The OGS Superintendent supports the Project Manager, General Superintendent or Senior General Superintendent to ensure that company policies and procedures are followed in the field in regard to safety, scheduling, budget, quality and customer satisfaction. The Superintendent II may be the lead superintendent on small projects or be responsible for a specific area of a larger project. Responsibilities oSupervise the work of tradecontractors in several areas of a project oEnforce high safety standards including a clean job site oManage and perform weekly safety inspections oInspect the quality of work for compliance with design standard and ensure corrective action occurs if/when necessary oWork collaboratively on the schedule for individual trade contractors or areas of a project to ensure milestone dates are met oCoordinate and manage general conditions work and project logistics oReview vendor drawings and submittal oReview details with A/E and subcontractors to ensure work is in compliance with document plan oReview contractors Quality Plan oPrepare and distribute daily reports oResolve jurisdictional disputes oEstablish credibility among Owners, tradecontractors, unions etc. by maintaining a fair and trustworthy environment Qualifications EXPERIENCE/EDUCATION oBS or MSdegree in Engineering or Construction Management o6 years of experience on $5-15 million oOr equivalent combination of education and experience KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES oStrong technical and communication skills oExcellent organizational skills oExcellent problem solving skills and ability to adapt to changing needs oAbility to work in a team environment oProficient in Microsoft Office, Prolog oConstruction-document and drawing literate, with knowledge of all phases of construction oExperience and proficiency in all divisions of work, methods, materials, scheduling and cost control oOSHA 30 hour certified Requisition ID 2019-2713
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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