Senior Superintendent with OSHPD or Higher Education Experience needed in San Diego, CA

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Kitchell seeks a Project Superintendent with OSHPD or Higher Education experience to schedule, coordinate and supervise all field employees and subcontractor work forces on assigned projects. This includes compliance with the contract terms for quality, schedule and profitability. The Project Superintendent will provide leadership, direction, mentoring and training for Assistant Project Superintendents, and General Foremen on projects. Duties and Responsibilities • Ability to build projects in excess of $15 million dollars and/or work under the supervision of a Sr. Project Superintendent as part of a larger project team. • Demonstrate a thorough understanding of the contract documents, schedule (including the sequencing/phasing of the project and those activities that comprise the critical path on the project), staffing, project estimate and the coordination of project personnel. • Confer with Preconstruction Services during the preparation of estimates regarding means and methods systems, schedule and general conditions. • Assign and monitor members of the project team to various tasks at the start and throughout all phases of the project. • Perform performance evaluations for all personnel assigned to this position. • Establish, implement, manage and enforce the Kitchell Safety Program and the Site Specific Safety Plan on the project and OSHA Guidelines as necessary to provide a safe work environment for the personnel on site as well as other personnel that may be directly affected by the project. • Establish, implement, manage and enforce the Kitchell Quality Assurance Program and comprehensive quality control that enforces the requirements of the contract specifications, drawings and industry standards. • Inspect work in progress to ensure that workmanship conforms to specifications and contract documents. • Establish, implement, manage and enforce the administration and monitoring of all storm water prevention and fugitive dust regulations and prevention measures per the project’s Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan and applicable environmental quality regulations. • Establish an effective and professional on-site working relationship with the owner, architects, engineers and inspectors related to the project. • Prepare and distribute Project Daily Reports which are to contain information related to, but not be limited to crew sizes, manpower count, detailed description of work performed by area/floor for each trade partner as well as equipment used, weather conditions, construction progress, issues, delays and verbal directives. • Demonstrate a thorough knowledge of Critical Path Method and Lean Process Scheduling with the ability to apply this knowledge to building, maintaining and updating a thorough and accurate Project Schedule. • Develop recovery plans to mitigate any delays to the critical path of the project. • Monitor the development of the project expediting log and ensure that staff is updating the log weekly. • Ensure the Project Engineers are prepared to update the project schedule procurement activities accordingly. • Maintain a current and updated set of drawings (electronic or paper) in the field and help ensure that our Trade Partner personnel are using same. • Develop and implement techniques, methods and systems for the project. Implement improvements in work methods and materials to enhance quality, safety, productivity and management. • Demonstrate effective management of our Trade Partners in a manner that is conducive to a successful and timely project completion. • Establish project pre-planning activities to ensure coordinated efforts and outcomes in the field. Discuss and document during weekly coordination meetings. • Conduct Weekly Safety Meetings and Trade Partner Coordination Meetings. • Establish and maintain a process for “work to complete” and “pre-punch” lists throughout the project duration to minimize corrective work at the end of the project. • Establish and maintain a process for managing the completion of Kitchell pre-punch and Architect / Owner punch-lists. • Assist with close-out procedures in accordance with the contract documents and procedure manual. • Perform other duties as assigned. Education and Experience Required: • Bachelor’s degree in Construction Management, Engineering, Architecture or related field; and five (5) years of supervisory experience OR a minimum of ten (10) years of field experience in Construction Management, Engineering, Architecture or related field. • OSHA 30 certificate or ability to attain within 12 months of hire. Knowledge and Skills Desired: • Experience in healthcare or higher education construction procedures. • Knowledge of all elements of commercial construction and understanding of skilled trades. • Skilled in field productivity, and project management software. • Intermediate level of technological experience. • Excellent verbal, written and communication skills. • Ability to influence, negotiate and drive project schedules Work Environment • While performing the duties of this job, the employee frequently inspects the project and may be exposed to ongoing construction and various weather conditions, while wearing personal protective equipment. • The noise level in the work environment may range from moderate to loud. • The worker is subject to both environmental conditions due to work activities occurring both inside and outside. Physical Reqirements • While performing the duties of this job, the position is moderately active and the employee is frequently standing, walking, reaching, bending, kneeling, stooping, crouching, crawling, and climbing. • The position also may also be sitting for long periods of time. • The employee may frequently lift and/or move items up to 50 pounds. Kitchell is an employee-owned company with over 70-years of history in general contracting, construction management, development, facilities management, engineering and architecture and a myriad of other services within the built environment. Our 850+ employee owners manage projects from main offices in Arizona, California, Iowa, and Texas. We offer an entrepreneurial environment that fosters personal and professional growth through in-house education programs, formal and informal mentoring, and cross-training opportunities. Kitchell encourages employee engagement through our profit-sharing plan, opportunity for enhanced ownership, and career advancement. We are consistently ranked among the top places to work – attributable to our tenured staff and outstanding benefits including Medical and Life Insurance, 401(k) plans and contributions, health and wellness programs and incentives, Health Savings Accounts, business travel assistance, discounted auto and homeowners insurance, identity theft protection, miscellaneous rewards programs and much more. Kitchell is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer and will consider all qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, protected veteran status, or disability status. AC2019