Assistant Superintendent with High Rise experience needed in Portland, OR

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Job Description - Assistant Superintendent with High Rise experience needed in Portland, OR the Assistant Superintendent will be assigned to a project team of Superintendents responsible for coordinating and supervising the construction of high density residential and mix use projects. The Assistant Superintendent will report to the Project Superintendent and General Superintendent. The position will be assigned to oversee certain trades and phases of the work by hired subcontractors and MCRT punch carpenters. Essential Functions/Responsibilities Develops and maintains working relationships with the project’s building officials and inspectors and assists in the scheduling of required jurisdictional inspections and testing. Identifies and makes recommendations to Project Superintendent regarding project risks including safety/loss control, subcontractor/supplier issues, site conditions and logistics, scheduling, change orders, and document conflicts. Supervises and monitors work of assigned hired trades. Notifies the Project Superintendent of all non-performing subcontractors. Prepares punch lists and ensures completion of all related work prior to inspections and product acceptance. Inspects subcontractor’s work to ensure that it meets subcontracted obligations and Company quality standards. All other duties as assigned. Education and/or Experience High school diploma or equivalent is required. Bachelor’s degree in construction management or related field is preferred. Minimum 2-years of experience in Type-I multi-family construction is required. Skills/Specialized Knowledge Ability to use a personal computer and have a working knowledge of Microsoft Project, Word, and Excel. Knowledge of Procore and Textura a plus. Ability to communicate well in English both written and verbally. Ability to use general office equipment, such as telephone, fax machine, printer, scanner and copier. Knowledge of construction procedures, building codes, construction procedures, and rough trade work. Knowledge of federal, state and local codes for Handicap, Fair Housing, ANSI, WRB and rainscreen waterproofing systems, and Acoustical.