Type of Job
Schedule, coordinate and supervise craft employee activities. May involve supervising one or more trade groups (electricians, carpenters, etc.) working in particular construction discipline (civil, structural, electrical, etc.)
The following duties of a project supervisor include, but not limited to:
1) Supervise total construction effort. Plan and supervise activities – include determining method of construction, manpower levels, material quantities, equipment, temporary power sources, work schedule and documenting actual hours worked.
2) Coordinate assigned work with work of different crafts, company departments, or other contractors.
3) Maintain liaison with architect, engineering, estimating, and planning to ensure work complies with drawings, specifications, and schedule.
4) Assist in resolving construction problems (lack of productivity, work interfaces, etc) as required.
5) Assist project management in developing and implementing project procedures, working documents and standards.
6) Monitor craft compliance with project safety program requirements; document and ensure corrective measures are implemented. Document all violations; notify project management, recommend/ implement corrective actions as required.
7) Maintain liaison with other departments to ensure all required materials, equipment, inspections etc., support craft activities and project schedule.
8) Assume responsibility for productivity of crafts, efficient use of materials & equipment, and contractual performance of project.
9) Perform additional assignments per Project Manager’s direction.
10) Create daily reports using software. If no computer is available, creating daily reports using LBG form # 046
11) Maintain LBG Employee timecards by entering correct tasks and work category, initialing time cards and verify working hours.
12) Maintain 2 week look ahead schedule and assist Project Manager in total construction scheduling.
13) Schedule manpower requirements with Project Manager
14) Monitor and Implement high standards of workmanship and quality control.
15) Resolve field conflicts with employees, architects, subcontracts, etc…
16) Maintain project MSDS and safety board
17) Attend project meetings
18) Addendum drawings and specifications
19) Follow SOP and policies
20) Responsible for means and methods of constructing the project
21) Maintaining overall project morale.
22) Suggest and implement ways to decrease project schedule and budget.
23) Respond to project items in a timely fashion (T&M requests, RFI notification, punchlist completion, etc…)
24) Read and interpret LBG subcontracts relating to construction procedures and subcontractor scope of work.
25) Maintain assigned tool & equipment inventory
26) Maintain excellent rating on all projects DAS reviewed projects.
27) Maintain accurate record for labor, material and equipment usage and forecasting.
28) Perform reviews and evaluations for LBG employees assigned to project superintendent.
29) Accountability for project items within Superintendent responsibility. Notify Project Manager of incorrect, outstanding, or problematic items immediately.
30) Maintain proper as built and close out documents throughout the construction phases. May assist in sorting, organizing and compiling closeout documents and end of project.
Superintendent should have thorough knowledge of all aspects of construction (technology, equipment, methods); negotiations, engineering, cost control, schedules and safety. Understanding of construction scheduling, cost control and ability to control and supervise large groups. Read and understand blueprints, specifications, and special instructions. Efficient computer use and understanding.
LaRosa Building Group is an Affirmative Action / Equal Opportunity Employer