Job Summary

The Construction Superintendent is responsible for the day-to-day activities on site with regard to project scope of scheduling, manpower, and budget. This is a “working” superintendent role and this position may require some travel. This role works closely with the Project Manager and subcontractors to ensure quality work performed timely and safely.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Partners with Estimating and Project Management to supervise, direct and coordinate management of construction projects, including direct liaison with owner, designers and subcontractors to ensure efficient and orderly performance of the job.
  • Coordinate work of all subcontractors onsite as well as inspections required by the Municipality the project is in.
  • Be the primary person on site responsible for safety, including implementing site specific health and safety plans, and company safety rules and policies.
  • Review project scope/plans, specifications, schedule, budget, contract documents, and deliverables. Also, track equipment and labor cost.
  • Plan daily crew work schedule, review and approve crew time-sheets and expense reports.
  • Procures tools and materials needed for the project to ensure availability according to the work schedule.
  • Assists in operating one or several types of power construction equipment, such as excavators, graders, rough terrain extended boom forklifts, dozers, scrapers, back hoe, tractors, or loaders.


  • 2-5 years of supervisory experience on commercial construction projects required
  • Experienced in scheduling, ordering, field supervision, quality control, and production of all phases of commercial construction.
  • Strong ability to multitask, prioritize, and work well under pressure to meet established deadlines
  • Working knowledge of computer programs including Procore, Excel, Word, Outlook, Box, Bluebeam and PDF Viewers.
  • Proven track record of successful projects as a superintendent or foreman.
  • Effective organizational as well as written and verbal communication skills.
  • Valid driver’s license with a driving record in good standing required.
  • Meet physical requirements for driving, lifting and carrying equipment/mechanical components (up to 50 lbs. unassisted), carrying and climbing ladders, operating and working from man lifts, operating electric tools, (drills, saws, etc.), using hand tools, (screwdrivers, wrenches, hammers, etc.), and providing services under various weather conditions.