Alberici Constructors, Inc.

Assistant Superintendent, Commercial Construction

US-TN-Nashville
1 month ago
Job ID
1521
# Positions
1

Overview

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Founded in 1908, Flintco is dynamic construction company with offices in Austin, Albuquerque, Houston, Memphis, Oklahoma City, Northwest Arkansas and Tulsa. Our mission is Building Leaders, and we strive to accomplish it through continuing education opportunities, goal setting and accountability and excellence at every level. The strength of our success rests in how we take a personal approach to each project, focusing on client goals, understanding the individual markets we serve and maximizing our national resources to their fullest extent. Our culture is based around guiding principles that have been compiled into the Flintco Ethos. Integrity, quality, safety and accountability are tenants that each Flintco employee should exemplify.

 

Flintco Assistant Superintendents exercise direct supervision over assigned crews or subcontractors from start to finish, providing direction, leadership, and guidance to employees and subcontractors, assisting them in planning, coordination and execution of their work in order to complete the project in a timely and economical manner with high standards of workmanship. Responsible for maximizing profits on assigned projects. All job site supervisors report to superintendent.

Responsibilities

All job functions shall be accomplished including practicing, instructing all subordinates in, and enforcing all OSHA safety requirements/guidelines, in addition to all company policies and procedures. The Assistant Superintendent will be held directly accountable for safety performance. The essential functions include but are not limited to:

 

  • Work with Superintendent or Project Director in preparation of project schedule and budget.
  • Become thoroughly familiar with the plans, specifications, contracts, subcontracts, purchase orders, daily correspondence, shop drawings, and all documents related to the project.
  • Assist Superintendent/Project Director to determine work methods and acquire appropriate equipment for the project.
  • Understand and enforce company safety policies and organize safety meetings with employees and supervisors.
  • Employ or discharge workmen and intermediate foremen as needed to ensure safe, efficient, economical, and timely completion of the work.
  • Conduct meetings with subordinates, subcontractors and others as appropriate in order to inform, coordinate and direct work.
  • Assure accurate completion or all documentation including safety reports, payroll preparation, labor unit report.
  • Inspect the work of employees and subcontractors to ensure construction conforms to requirements of the Contract Documents, and the quality needed to build repeat business.
  • Instruct direct reports in job direction and company policies and procedures.

Qualifications

Management Responsibilities

May Manage Field Crews

 

Knowledge/Skills/Ability

Ability to prepare detailed construction projects plans, schedules and estimates, read and interpret construction drawings, shop drawings, and specifications, calculate square footage, volumes and percentages using  a personal computer or calculator, communicate effectively both orally and in writing, prepare and update project schedules, transmittals and  submittals using personal computer software.  Manage personnel to accomplish desired results through subordinate levels of management with little or no supervision.

 

Education

High School diploma or GED

 

Experience

At least 3 years of progressively responsible experience in construction and management of field personnel.

 

Physical Requirements                    

  • Climbing and balancing up and down ladders, scaffolds and similar devices using feet, legs, hands, and arms to perform tasks such as inspection of job site.
  • Coordinating eye?hand and eye?hand?foot 
  • Talking for purposes of conveying information, warning and instruction to the subcontractors, employees, architects, owners, and Project Manager.
  • Seeing (either naturally or with correction) and observing at a distance.
  • Operating a personal computer in entering and retrieving information.
  • Exerting up to 50 pounds of force occasionally, and/or 20 pounds of force frequently, and/or up to 10 pounds of force constantly to move objects.
  • Lifting and carrying material and objects, usually by holding them in the hands or arms or on the shoulder.
  • Hearing (either naturally or with correction) instructions, warnings and other verbal communication on the job site where construction and heavy equipment noises are present.
  • Walking/balancing and moving about on foot to perform tasks where there is rough terrain and/or impediments such as sand, mud, ice or snow.

 

Special Job Dimensions

 

Exposure to all forms of weather conditions (hot, cold, wet, dry, humid, windy) for part or the entire work day. Exposure to constant or intermittent noise of a level sufficient to cause distraction. May be required to work 10 hour days for 6 or 7 consecutive days for extended periods of time.

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