Project Superintendent with Commercial experience needed in Eugene, OR

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Job Description - Project Superintendent with Commercial experience needed in Eugene, OR Project Superintendent-Commercial Construction – Eugene, Oregon POSITION OBJECTIVE Project Superintendents for this General Contractor are responsible for the scheduling, planning, coordinating, implementing and monitoring of construction activities on our projects. Project Superintendents generally concentrate on single projects, working as an on-site coordinator and the onsite project representative and project leader for the company. Work in conjunction with the project manager to maintain the project schedule and budget goals along with maintaining client and design team expectations. DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES: Preconstruction / Job Startup: Responsible for the job planning, initial scheduling and submittal process, and coordination of the project startup: Help devise a job strategy and a project safety plan, Initiate OSHA consultations and coordinate any OSHA safety inspections, Plan and coordinate mobilization to and from the site, Establish and maintain job site services (power, water, erosion control) and site security (fencing and lighting), Review pre-construction check list and participate in preconstruction meetings, scope meetings Review submittals for accuracy and compliance with specifications, Responsible for developing the initial master schedule and the maintenance thereof, Schedule and coordinate with inspectors from the local jurisdiction having authority, utility services, etc. Contact subcontractors and prepare and distribute two-week schedules, Determine labor requirements for employees and review a list of labor tracing codes as applied to foremen, carpenters and laborers, Assist with project layout and field engineering, Set up the job office and assist with installing phone and Internet services. Construction: Responsible for conducting and monitoring all work to see it is performed safely and in accordance with the plans, specifications and the schedule: Monitor the on-site performance of subs, suppliers, labor and equipment, Maintain quality control and safety awareness, and enforce jo clean up, Help devise a job strategy and a project safety plan, Help maintain a current project record including shop drawings, as-builts, product data sheets, phone logs, etc., Coordinate and schedule special and permit-required inspections, Prepare daily job reports and two-week schedules accurately and completely, Oversee records of material deliveries, verify condition, and inventory to assure that quantities on bills of lading match deliveries, Oversee field employee performance. Supervise preparation of timecards on a daily basis and chart labor requirements relative to estimates, and code for job cost accounting, See that tools and equipment are properly maintained and secure, Monitor progress and distribute two–week “look ahead” schedules to the project architect, owner, subs and suppliers, Attend weekly project meetings and conduct weekly safety meetings, Regularly review job cost reports and develop plans for over budget codes, Understand contract and subcontract disputes and plan for successful resolution, Identify errors and/or omissions in construction documents and assist in securing corrected information, Review and prepare RFI’s for submission to the project design team Review subcontractor and supplier cost claims along with the Project Manager for validity and versus the project documents and the subcontract or purchase order. Contract Closeout: Assist in successfully closing out a project in a timely, efficient manner to the satisfaction of the design team and the owner: Assist in completion of O&M Manuals, Monitor completion of all punch list items, Understand procedures for obtaining certificates of substantial completion, final occupancy permit and closing out of all permits, Assist to ensure that all “as-builts” are properly prepared and presented. Qualifications Ten or more years in the commercial construction industry. Five or more years of direct commercial construction project management Personal computing skills and familiarity with MS Office software Knowledge of building processes, practices and techniques in commercial, multi-family residential, institutional and industrial building construction Benefits PTO (Paid Time Off) Paid Holidays 401k with company match Employer paid medical, dental life and STD Insurance Company Vehicle, Cell, Laptop