Superintendents lead all field operations for the duration of a construction project. They are the job site contact for the owner, other Gorski Engineering employees, subcontractors, suppliers, inspectors, and other related personnel.

  • Plan and manage the jobsite safety program. This includes pre-job safety program, first aid kit, accident investigation procedures, all safety equipment and toolbox talks
  • Review project plans and specs prior to the start of field work. Create a list of any information required to build the project, update list, and review new information as needed
  • Work with the Project Manager to prepare the project schedule. Provide updated progress reports to facilitate schedule updates
  • Review subcontracts, change orders and purchase orders for scope of work
  • Establish and maintain job site office and temporary facilities, including communications, drinking water, restrooms, power, weather protection and fire prevention
  • Plan manpower requirements, material deliveries, equipment requirements, and subcontractor activities daily
  • Maintain a current set of project plans, specs, and schedule at the job site
  • Review and comment on all vendor submittals during review period. Maintain approved submittal information at job site
  • Inspect all workmanship on the project particularly before any crew leaves the job site
  • Conduct pre and post job meetings with subcontractors
  • Maintain a clean jobsite • Keep an updated, marked-up set of as-built drawings
  • Schedule and be onsite for all inspections
  • Accompany Project Manager on warranty period. Make warranty inspections; ensure all necessary work is completed. Report any unexpected conditions to the Project Manager

A successful candidate will have a minimum of 5 to 7 years of construction experience, having functioned in an on-site leadership/coordination capacity. Formal education related to the construction industry and related certifications are a plus.