NOTE: THIS POSITION CAN BE PLACED ANYWHERE IN THE UNITED STATES BESIDES THE ORLANDO, FL AREA.|
Position Description Drywall Field SuperintendentPrimary responsibilities are managing the daily on
-site operations of all work related to Division 9 category work as determined by agreement. Activities include attendance at all related meetings, schedule, coordination, safety and site logistics as well as maintaining cost review and control measures as determined by Robins Morton Policy Manual.
Daily Tasks include:
Implementing the company safety program and scheduling of daily tailgate safety meetings.
Following all established safety rules and regulations and constantly reviewing personnel and workplace to be certain of crew conformance.
Jobsite cleanliness and conformance to all eating, drinking and smoking regulations by all Division 9 personnel.
Scheduling of all Division 9 work to be completed in accordance with project requirements and maintaining proactive logistic readiness labor, materials, equipment, tools and inspection documentation.
Assign crew tasks on a daily basis and ensure all required work of others has been properly and completely executed and released according to established criteria and are in conformance with contract documents.
Supervise all associated cleanup activities and securing of equipment at end of workday.
Prepare all documentation in support of changes to contracted scope of work including, schedule, labor and material, and related cost impacts.
Keep an accurate accounting on a weekly or daily basis as required, of all progression of work and the performance and productivity of each crew and where necessary each individual.
At the end of everyday after ALL work has been completed for the day, the supervisor is responsible for maintaining a daily report log which chronicles all of the above items and activities and provides a resource for reconstructing the events of the day including scope of schedule changing conversations.
Every week the supervisor is responsible for composing a two week look-ahead to review potential manpower, materials or logistics problems which could arise and effect overall project schedule performance.
The field supervisor is responsible for the motivation of all subordinates and is to act as the first line of assistance in conflict resolution.
A proper candidate for this position should possess a high school diploma or GED and have a minimum of 6 years in a lead-man or foreman role with the related trade experience. Required skills include strong plan document interpretation experience, a strong working knowledge of all materials associated with this trade, a clear understanding of all hand tools and power tools typically used in this trade, operational familiarity with all equipment which may be a part of performing this scope of work All-terrain forklifts, scissor lifts, boom-lifts and generators.
This position reports directly to the Robins Morton onsite Project Superintendent.