JOB DESCRIPTION SUMMARY
The Tribal Facilities Superintendent will work under the supervision of the Tribal Chief Engineer. The superintendent is responsible for planning, organizing, supervising, quality control, security and safety procedures on the assigned job sites, as well as accurate communication, detailing the daily progress and bringing attention to potential problems.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES(other duties may be assigned)
Planning to include: project, sub-contractor, and material scheduling, as well as employee job task scheduling, and ordering all materials to complete the project.
Organizing to include: identifying problems or potential problems as they relate to the organization of the job; prioritizing tasks to provide for a smooth flow of the project; assigning tasks and responsibilities to the responsible sub-contractor or employee.
Supervising to include: hiring personnel as required to complete all aspects of the project, including construction and clean up; directing the time management of each employee, including sub-contractors, at all times being open to problem solving.
Quality Control to include: verifying all materials received on the project as those specified and ordered, and that they arrived in good condition; inspecting all work done by our employees, making sure that it is done to acceptable standards, taking appropriate corrective action when warranted to maintain established company Quality Control Standards; calling for all required inspections by appropriate authorities at the required stages, and inspecting all work done by sub-contractors, noting any substandard material or installation and notifying the sub-contractor and the Tribal Chief Engineer.
Communication to include: maintaining the Daily Log Book and Phone Logs, as well as the on site Total Project Schedule and the Individual Building Schedule in an accurate and consistent manner; maintaining accurate daily records for hourly employees; completing Percentage of Completion forms when requested; providing written documentation to the Tribal Chief Engineer to any potential problems on the assigned projects.
Security and Safety to include: being responsible for all job site tool inventory and maintenance, following the company Safety Policy and Procedures, and securing the project, including all on site materials.
Goals include: completing the entire project on time or ahead of schedule, and in or under budget; maintaining the established Company Quality Standards.
Further, the superintendent is to conduct all business in a professional manner, and operate in the best interest of the company at all items, aware of cost containment without compromising quality.
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