Senior Superintendent with Multi-Family experience needed in San Francisco, CA

Posting ID:
10633
Industry: 
Construction
Position Summary Superintendents at Fisher are responsible for overall safety of the project job-site and must supervise the daily activity and operations on a construction job-site. This will include supervising subcontractors, developing schedules for multiple trades and planning the sequencing of work per the contracts and budgets. ESSENTIAL JOB DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Essential duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to: Responsible for developing the Master Schedule along with the Project Manager at least one time per week, and issuing shorter durations of a 3 week look ahead schedule Creates, facilitates and manages coordination of sequence of work between all contracted subcontractors working on the project following the critical path of the master schedule Verifies the quality of work performed by the subcontractors is per the scope and contract Works with the Project Engineer to develop a timely submittal schedule and to process timely RFI’s completion Manages the subcontractors to identify and resolve conflicts in a timely manner Maintains a safe and organized worksite with project team and subcontractors Holds daily project update meetings to safeguard all workers are properly oriented to the project, and are trained, have the required tools and PPE to perform their specific scope of work Confirms correct signage and notices have been posted Coordinates with company the Director Safety and Field Operations Team to develop and maintain jobsite specific safety plans Responsible for all aspects of jobsite safety including daily safety checks and weekly safety meetings Work with Project Manager to develop a project specific crisis management plan with a site layout plan for the public and worker safety protection Works with PE to process specific permits in a timely manner required to execute the work; work with Safety Manager to pull required OSHA permits As requested participates in OAC meetings with Project Manager Coordinates and collaborates with Project Manager to ensure all phases of construction are completed on time and according to the budget. Uses good judgement to review complex construction issues utilizing all resources to obtain a conclusive review for resolution and execution Coordinate staffing needs with the VP of Construction Operations Source, screen and hire field labor in conjunction with the Sr Director of Safety and Field Operations and/or VP of Construction Operations. Supervise work activities of field laborers Swiftly resolve jobsite personnel problems, with the coordination of the Project Manager and consulting with the Director of Human Resources Stay informed with OSHA safety and health regulations affecting the operations of the project job-site Ensures workers follow safety regulations and work practices including using personal protective equipment Become familiar with safety and health hazards to which workers are exposed, know how to recognize them and the potential effects of these hazards Identify unsafe and unhealthful conditions; take appropriate corrective action per corporate guidelines Verify that vendor purchase orders are on site and that procured material is properly accounted for, inventoried and secured Responsible for accurate and timely completion of all company required paperwork such as daily jobsite inspections, incident reports, RFI’s and safety checklists Work with the PM and PE to develop and maintain a project specific quality control program Inspect work regularly and ensure that the work that is required is being performed in timely manner Responsible for ensuring that the project has the proper equipment to execute the work in a cost effective manner Identify the major equipment needs for the project; work with PM to develop a budget and buy out for the equipment Work with the PE to develop and maintain an equipment control program – Rental Log Work with supplier to ensure safe and properly maintained equipment is delivered, and proper logs and maintenance are maintained on-site Supervisory Responsibility This position has supervisory responsibility direct and indirect over Assistant Superintendents, Project Engineers, Interns, Laborers and other staff assigned to the project Develop Project Engineers to be the next generation of Fisher Builders Demonstrates a strong work ethic and ownership of the project Presents a professional, positive attitude, creating a dynamic Fisher collaborative team environment Position Type/Expected Hours of Work This position regularly requires long hours, must be willing to work weekends, evenings as driven by the project schedule Can expect to work outdoors in all kinds of weather and under risky conditions Travel Travel is primarily local during the business day MINIMUM DESIRED REQUIREMENTS Has Knowledge of: Schematics, blueprints and drawings Schedules RFI, Submittals, Punch lists Estimating concepts and budgets Analyzing problems, evaluate alternatives, and develop and implement sound courses of action in areas of responsibility Represent the company and the company’s interests in a professional and conscientious manner to service our Clients expectations Communicating effectively with a culturally and ethnically diverse workforce Maintaining a safe work environment Ability in: Interpreting oral and written instructions Being self-motivated to be organized and to establish workload priorities Use of and developed skills in applicable computer programs including (Word, Excel, MS Project, Bluebeam, Procore etc.), AutoCAD or other specialized software utilized for construction management Creating succinct, professional clear oral and written communications Establishing collaborative working relationships with co-workers, business partners and subcontractors Adjusting and willingness to changing priorities from various directives; workload changes Multi-tasking under stress to meet deadlines Tactful communicator Required Education Bachelor degree in Civil Engineering or Construction Management; or Equivalent to 10 years of construction field experience with 5 plus years as a Lead Superintendent Computer literate. The ideal candidate will have a working knowledge to an advanced aptitude of MS Office Suite, (Outlook, Project, Excel and Word) Valid Driver’s License OSHA-30