US - Project Superintendent - Various Locations
Tarpon Energy - Westminster, CO

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DATE: 01/31/2013


The Project Superintendent will be a state-licensed Journeyman Electrician with strong industrial or commercial experience and prior supervisory experience. The Project Superintendent has a continual focus on safety, cost control, scheduling, and client satisfaction when performing their duties. They also have a history of producing quality work with attention to detail in order to meet and exceed client needs.


Responsible for the overall management of the site, including the supervision of the General Foreman, Electrical Foreman, and field employees.

Ensure work is carried out using safe work procedures and practices.

Work with the Engineer, General Foreman, Foreman, crew and Client Representative to resolve issues with electrical installations.

Interpret and work from electrical drawings, schematics, wiring diagrams, and owner’s details and specifications with a firm understanding of scope of work, prints (electrical, P&IDs, mechanical and vendor) and bid.

Plan and schedule work with General Foreman, Electrical Foreman and crew to ensure proper distribution of tasks and availability of all tools and material required to carry out the tasks assigned.

Schedule and coordinate work activities with other trades and subcontractors and communicate schedule impact situations in a timely manner to the Project Manager and/or Construction Manager.

Meet all progress and project reporting requirements for the Project Manager and/or Construction Manager.

Coordinate with the Project Manager/Construction Manager on pricing and tracking related to all scope changes and extra work orders.

Monitor and track all project costs to ensure proper project cost coding in all reporting.

Ensure that all correspondence related to the project and directed to the engineers and clients is transmitted through the Project Manager and/or Construction Manager.

Attend and act as a representative for Tarpon in project progress and upper-level-management meetings held on the project site.

Track and report crew’s time and maintain progress reporting requirements, including but not limited to, daily logs/reports, safety meetings, megger sheets, calibration reports, loop check sheets, redline drawings, daily sign-in/sign-out sheets, etc.

Draft Request for Information (RFI) documents and track their progress.

Track and complete as-built drawings to be submitted for project turnover.

Train and evaluate employees and adhere to and support the Tarpon training program and make recommendations in relation to recruitment, promotions and disciplinary actions.

Monitor and enforce safety, health, environment and loss prevention programs, practices, policies, and procedures by observation and work with the General Foreman and Foreman to take corrective actions.

Assist the Safety Department with any investigations of reported incidents/accidents and report the results to the Project Manager.

Work as a liaison between the site crews and corporate office administration and management personnel.

Assess methods to reduce costs and increase productivity. Work with the General Foreman, Foreman and crew to implement improvements.

Prepare project execution plans to be implemented by the General Foreman, Foreman and crew.

Coordinate and lead team members in meeting the project schedule.

The Project Superintendent is strictly prohibited from leaving the jobsite other than to take an injured Tarpon employee for needed medical care. The Superintendent MUST accompany any injured Tarpon employee for medical treatment.

The Superintendent will adhere to and support Tarpon’s Drug and Alcohol Policy and Green Hand Policy.

Tarpon reserves the right to vary your duties and responsibilities at any time during the employment relationship. Our positions are general in nature, and when necessary, you may be asked to lend your talents, skills and abilities in areas that would not normally be associated for the position in which you were originally hired. Positions held may be on a per project basis only and will be adjusted as per the requirements of the project that you are assigned to.


Journeyman Electrician with state-issued license.

Minimum 4 – 10 years of experience working as an Electrician in a construction, industrial or commercial environment.

Previous supervisory experience.

Must have good knowledge of and ability to interpret the latest revision of the National Electrical Code.

Ability to read P&ID’s, civil, mechanical and electrical blueprints.

Intermediate MS Office skills (Word, Excel and Outlook) and scheduling software skills.

Must be willing to travel 75% of the time.

  • Must possess a valid US Driver’s License.
  • Must be willing to submit to pre-employment, random, for-cause and post-accident drug testing, as well as any other drug testing required by our clients and statutory regulations.
  • Possess high degree of initiative, creativity, communication skills, self-supervision, and respect for safety requirements.
  • Must be a team player & work closely with maintenance, production, engineering, and outside services.
  • Must have a flexible work schedule - shift work, overtime and weekends and schedule changes are routine and required aspects of the position.
  • Must be able to climb ladders; drive a forklift; and understand electrical, pneumatic, and hydraulic schematics.

Tarpon offers a very attractive compensation package that includes a competitive salary and enrollment into a full benefits package on the 1st day of the month following your hire date. Our benefits package includes Health, Dental, Life/AD&D, and Disability coverage, paid vacation and holidays, and an employer matched 401K plan. We also offer a wide variety of voluntary care plans for our employees to choose from. Tarpon has an open and team-oriented culture that focuses on communication, integrity, innovation and respect. Employees take pride in their work and are the single most important reason why Tarpon offers superior customer service.

This description is not intended to be, nor should it be construed as an all-inclusive list of responsibilities, skills or working conditions associated with the position. It is intended to accurately reflect the activities and requirements of the position, but duties may be added, deleted, or modified as necessary. This description does not constitute a written or implied contract of employment.

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