We're more than a growing company, we're family.
Do you enjoy visiting new cities and seeing a project from start to finish? We are hiring a Traveling Superintendent to join our growing business and to be our "boots on the ground" for projects around the country.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: • Coordinates and manages on-site construction activities from pre-start-up to completion; sets up and closes out construction site. • Studies specifications and drawings to plan work-flows for construction on basis of starting and completion times and staffing requirements for each phase of construction. • Assists in the development of project schedule; manages the schedule of activities and tasks on the construction site; coordinates various phases of construction to manage deadlines. • Ensures proper permits are secured. • Initiates and maintains relationship with Landlord from pre-construction meeting through project close-out and punchlist. • Ensure compliance with landlord rules and regulations by all personnel on jobsite during construction. • Schedules and coordinates all trades and vendors according to project schedule. • Solicits prices from subcontractors, vendors, and suppliers for review and approval by Project Managers; may prepare estimates in areas of self-performed work. • Directs trade activities based on concept and interpretation of project drawings. • Coordinates and manages, subcontractors, engineering, and others necessary parties at start of project to reviews project from start through completion validating schedule commitments. • Determines materials, equipment and tools needed; orders tools and materials to be delivered at specified times to conform to work schedules. • Identify conflicts in construction progress and communicate them to the project team for resolution. • Assists broader project team in locating and evaluating potential subcontractors, vendors, and suppliers. • Prepares various reports as requested, i.e., weekly progress reports, attendance reports, materials used and costs, safety reports, expense reports; adjusts work schedules as indicated by reports. • Reviews drawings, (i.e., shop, architectural, structural, etc.) that are issued to the field; coordinates and maintains a current set of drawings at all times. • Leads safety meetings; serves as on-site Safety Officer if one is not specifically assigned to the project. • Manages inspection processes with local building authorities and Authorities Having Jurisdiction over the project. • Liaises with any OSHA inspectors. • Establishes and maintains high safety and quality standards in accordance with CHOICE and industry standards. • Ensures customer satisfaction with the project. • Takes direction and completes any other duties as assigned by the broader project team and/or CHOICE leadership team.
If you or someone you know may be interested in learning more about the role, project locations, and benefits of joining the CHOICE family, please contact Doug Vitale.