|Date Posted||January 15, 2022|
The Superintendent and Project Manager shall develop a dynamic relationship co-responsible for total contract performance and profitability. The Superintendent is more responsible for production and the Project Manager is more responsible for administration, but each individual has a duty to interface his experience with the other to maximize the project's management effort.
The starting wage rate for this position depends upon the division and job classification for which you are hired, and can fluctuate between divisions for the same job classification.
1. Supervise foremen and crews (labor and equipment)); strive to beat budget by maximizing production; increase efficiency - eliminate loss of effort. Know production and track daily.
2. Utilize production tracking information to identify and act on problems.
3. Evaluate construction methods; propose alternate methods if opportunity exists to increase profits.
4. Confirm estimator's manpower and equipment resources required for performance; propose alternatives to increase efficiency. Complete job take off with Project Manager.
5. Coordinate job requirements of company resources with General Superintendent to insure optimum use.
6. Maintain progress of project in accordance with progress schedule to insure contract completion within the contract time regardless of other considerations. Maintain 2-3 week look ahead schedules.
7. Oversee and coordinate subcontractor's work. Subcontractor to perform on schedule in accordance with subcontract.
8. Maintain positive jobsite relations with owner, subcontractors, and prime contractor.
9. Review foreman's daily timesheets.
10. Maintain job diary. Enter in diary Instruction from Owner, daily activity and location, communications with subcontractors, anything unusual.
11. Coordination with Project Manager/General Superintendent - production review - activity planning - progress - compliance with Contract Documents.
12. Identify and document changes and extra costs. Coordinate extra billings with Project Manager.
13. Take all steps necessary to complete the contract in accordance with the Contract provisions.
14. Notify Project Manager to document completion of milestones in work and final completion of work. Arrange inspections, complete punch list, sell the job to the owner's representatives.
15. Turn in by the first of each month equipment needed for each crew for the following month.
16. Responsible for daily checks on safety.
Flippo Construction Company, Inc. (FCCI) is an "EMPLOYEE OWNED" general and heavy construction business located in Forestville, MD and operating primarily in the Washington DC, Northern Virginia and Baltimore MD areas. Flippo's Operational services consists of Heavy Construction, including Bridges, Concrete Structures, Roadway and Site Work. We also provide utility installation, repairs, and long-term service/maintenance contracts for the major utility providers in the Washington Metropolitan area.
Our Benefits include Medical Insurance, Dental Insurance, Vision Insurance, Paid Time Off (PTO), Employee Stock Ownership Program, 401(k), employee assistance program, Life/AD&D Insurance, and Long Term Disability insurance, Paid Holidays, and Safety Boot Program.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer, who fully and actively supports equal access for all qualified applicants, regardless of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability status, Genetic Information or Testing, Family & Medical Leave, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.