The Site Superintendent is responsible for managing daily on-site activity of a project or multiple job sites, ensuring it is constructed in strict accordance with plans, specifications and local codes.
The Site Superintendent ensures adequate manpower is available for tasks, scheduling and directing the work of all subcontractors, consultants and vendors to meet or exceed our Client’s expectations of quality, safety and delivery.
This individual will work closely with the Project Manager for the construction of industrial, commercial, institutional and residential properties
Plan, schedule, organize, direct and control construction projects from start to finish according to schedule, specifications and budget
Review the project plans and specifications and comment on the building design, scheduling, potential construction problems
Oversee day-to-day field activities inspecting work performed by employees, other contractors and sub- contractors displaying a high level of honesty and professionalism
Contract, schedule and supervise the activities of all subcontractors and tradespeople
Maintain good working relationships with the clients, consultants, subtrades and regulatory authorities
Partner with the Project Manager to discuss errors, discrepancies or omissions contained within the
Consultant’s design drawings
Identify conflicts in construction progress and communicate them to project team for resolution
Maintain strict build-out construction schedule and make changes as necessary to ensure deadlines are met
Perform quality control duties and responsibilities regarding work performed
Track supply inventory and materials to guard against loss and to ensure that vital materials are ordered and delivered to meet schedule
Coordinate and direct independent testing and inspections as required
Retains 24/7 ownership for site in its entirety ensuring its security and safety regardless of time of day/night and the day of the week
Expected to perform physical labour from time to time, as necessary, to complete work efficiently and economically
Maintain and enforce good construction standards and quality control
Control and monitor labour, material and equipment expenses
Assemble the job site office and equipment requirements
Lead job site meetings
Conduct employee orientations and safety meetings
Process time sheets, purchase orders, directives and other documentation as necessary
Maintain a safe, organized and clean job site compliant with the requirements of the Occupational Health and Safety Act and Regulation for Construction Projects
Prepare and expedite project deficiency lists
Provide other duties as requested and required
4+ years of experience within ICI Construction environment (multi-million-dollar renovation/new build)
University or College Degree in Project Management, Construction Management, Technical or business- related curriculum or equivalent professional experience
Experience in various areas of the construction process, project planning and scheduling, team building and mentoring
Ability to read construction drawings, shop drawings and basic understand of mechanical and electrical drawings
Advanced understanding of Canadian regulations relating to compliance on building permits and construction codes
Proficient in Construction Health & Safety requirements and environmental hazards and controls
Up to date safety training including: Working at Heights, WHMIS & First Aid
Proficient computer skills in MS products
Demonstrates the ability to plan, organize, manage, and direct a complex variety of activities to deliver the required business benefit – on time and within budget
Manages competing demands; able to deal with frequent change, delays or unexpected events
Responds to management direction, takes responsibility for actions, keeps commitments, commits to long hours of work when necessary to reach goals
Looks for ways to improve and promote quality
Superior communication and interpersonal skills and proven ability to effectively communicate with all levels of the organization
Effective decision-making skills through use of sound judgement and technical knowledge
Works independently identifying when to reach out for professional input
Capable to apply effective management techniques to maximize employee performance including performance reviews and disciplinary actions
Strong negotiation skills with ability to influence team members, vendors, and other stakeholders
Able to garner strong relationships with trades
Ability to take initiative and immediate action to get outstanding items complete
Thrives within a team environment
Valid driver’s license and access to a vehicle is required
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