|Date Posted||January 15, 2022|
EOE STATEMENT: We are an equal employment opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law.
Site Manager QCM/SSHO/ (Superintendent)
DCR has contracts with the USACE, DOD, GSA, EPA and Various Other Federal Government Agencies. Therefore, knowledge of the Federal construction market with USACE' s RMS System, PS Scheduling and other systems are preferred! Ability to review Federal Solicitations and assist with detailed responses is required.
Project Safety - Conduct Bi-weekly Safety Audits.
Set-up Job Site - Trailer, Phones, Job Box, Post Safety Information, Staging of materials, on-site parking,
Obtain Building Permit.
Review and mark-up specifications for submittal requirements. Submit to Project Engineer to prepare Submittal Log.
Set up project files for Field Office.
Attend Post Bid Interviews.
Post Submittal Log at Field Office. Submittal Log to be tracked and maintained by Site Manger if Project Engineer is not assigned.
Post Project Directory at Field Office.
Project Scheduling (Microsoft Project, Suretrak, or Primavera) - obtain Guideline Schedule from Project Manager. Obtain detail from Sub-contractors and create Master Schedule. Post at Field Office (24X36). Update and maintain Project Schedule for duration of project.
Prepare 2-week look ahead schedules.
Assist Project Manager with conducting Pre-Construction Meeting.
Post approved revisions on Job Site Documents (Plans and Specifications). Assure all approved revisions from Addenda, Bulletins, Change Requests, Field Directives, and Change Orders are filled in Field Office.
Conduct Pre-Installation Meetings with subcontractor a minimum of (2) weeks prior to Sub commencing work on site. Review pre-task list with Sub.
Assist Project Manager with conducting Bi-weekly Progress Meetings - review and update minutes to assure accuracy.
Conduct Weekly Foreman's Meetings.
Prepare Daily Reports. Submit copies to PM weekly.
Coordinate deliveries of materials. Ensure on time deliveries.
Obtain Safety Program including MSDS and HAZCOM from each Subcontractor prior to working on site.
Assist PM to Coordinate / Document Project Meetings - Owner, Pre-construction, Subcontractor, Safety Kick-off, and Coordination Meetings - document and distribute meeting minutes.
Attend Internal DCR Project Review Meetings. (Monthly)
Pencil Billings - Review Pencil Billing with Project Manager monthly. Confirm percentage of work complete.
Review / reply to RFIs. Distribute, Track, and Maintain RFIs and Log if Project Engineer is not assigned.
Conduct Punch List with Owner Representative and - Track and Maintain Punch List log until
all items are completed.
Coordinate Owner Training. Assure all related trades provide representative.
POSITION REQUIREMENTS: General
Develop and maintain Owners, Subcontractor, and A/E relationships.
Maintain peer relationships in the office and field to share issues and ideas.
Adhere to the mission and values of DCR
Education, Skills, Work Experience
Ability to multi-task and prioritize and
Excellent follow-through skills.
Ability to work independently and within a team environment.
Ability to work with diverse project teams and direct as needed.
Ability to work with short schedules and meet deadlines.
Excellent written and verbal skills.
POSITION: Site Superintendent/QCM/SSHO
LOCATION: Detroit, MI
ABOUT THE ORGANIZATION: DCR Services and Construction, Inc., (DCR) established in 2007, provides construction management and design-build services for projects of all sizes and levels of complexity. DCR provides environmental consulting and remediation services at several Federal Government sites. We are an SBA 8(a) and HUBZone certified general contracting, environmental consulting and remediation company. DCR is headquartered in Detroit, MI with offices in Fort Bragg, NC, and Phoenix, AZ.
DCR has contracts with USACE Savannah, Charleston and Wilmington Districts, MICC at Ft Bragg, as well as other IDIQ/MATOC/MAIDIQ construction contracts with EPA and GSA servicing Michigan and Wisconsin and MICC Ft McCoy servicing AZ, NM, and NV. DCR has IDIQ contracts with the National Parks Service as technical experts on complex environmental site characterizations and remediation at the Cuyahoga Valley National Park in Cleveland, OH and Orphan Mines sites at the Grand Canyon in AZ. DCR has a GSA Schedule for NAICS Code 541620.
Because the nature of work involves many different US locations, there is opportunity for travel and experiencing playing different roles in construction management and environmental consulting. There is opportunity for continuing education and certifications in our processes to cross train our staff and opportunity to contribute to the team by serving in various roles in the company. The DCR leadership is hands on involved in all aspects of operations and fosters an environment of idea sharing with an involvement of staff of all levels. Top Managers are responsive, available, and get their hands dirty at the jobsite level. Resources for collaboration are abound with DCR seasoned staff members always available to mentor and educate and, because of our proactive use of technology, we bridge the communication gaps to work closely as a team even when operations are in dispersed locations.