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Project Superintendent

San Diego, CA -

Posted: 08/24/2022 Employment Type: Contract to Direct Category: Supervisors of Construction Job Number: 94992

Job Description

Who we are looking for

The OM&M Project Superintendent will be responsible for the day-to-day activities on-site with regard to project scope, schedule, manpower, and budget. This includes expediting receipt of equipment and materials for utilization at various phases of work.

How to make an impact as a Project Superintendent
  • Review project scope/plans, specifications, schedule, budget, contract documents, and deliverables.
  • Become familiar with subcontractors work scope, costs, and time limits.
  • Review and follow cost estimates as closely as possible.
  • Interact with Clients and Regulators in regards to sensitive and technical matters.
  • Provide assistance in setting up accounts with local hardware stores, rental companies, etc.
  • Plan daily work schedule for crew.
  • Track equipment and labor cost.
  • Call off rental equipment when it is no longer needed. Makes notes on repairs, flats, or damage to equipment.
  • Analyze site data and make suggestions to Project Manager and Engineers to maintain compliance.
  • Responsible to insure all contractual/regulatory required tasks completed within specified timelines.
  • Responsible to review all field data collection is complete and uploaded within specified timelines.
  • Review all timesheets and expense reports turned in at the job site and approve before submitting to the office.
  • Interview and hire personnel.
  • Gather information regarding change order requirements (scope/cost) and submit to Project Manager.
  • Walks the landfill with an air monitoring instrument to perform surface emission monitoring.
  • Use of tools, ladders, portable saws, and generators to cut pipe to raise or repair gas well piping.
  • Use grinders and extrusion welding equipment to repair or expand gas system or leachate piping.
  • May be required to operate backhoe and/or forklifts to remove soil and lift piping and equipment to perform non-routine repairs on gas system and leachate piping.
  • Lift manhole covers and enter sumps or vaults to obtain well measurements or tune gas wells.
  • Repair leachate or condensate pumps. Lift and lower repaired pumps into vaults or sumps.
  • Troubleshoot malfunctions of flare start-up/shut-downs, and the GCCS.
  • Review site check lists. Inform Project Manager of any major changes or concerns, and address the items.
  • Participates in monthly tailgate Health and Safety meeting.
  • Participates in monthly Health and Safety (SOP) training.
  • Prepares daily logs for work performed on sites during work day.
  • Actively participate in the SAFE process by making observations, review and assist in the development of the project health and safety plans including the associated Job Task Safety Analyses.

  • 7-10 years field OM&M experience required that may be gained through practical experience and/or a 4 year accredited degree with good field/design experience.
  • Proven track record of successful oversight of projects as a Superintendent or Foreman.
  • Proficient in the use of computer programs but not limited to the following; the company's Data Services, Microsoft Word, Excel, Deltek Vision, and Outlook.
  • Comprehensive knowledge of installation and/or operation and maintenance of environmental pollution control systems.
  • 40 hour Health and Safety, 8 hour Management and Supervisor, OSHA 29 CFR 1910.20, Confined Space Entry, and Trench Excavation Safety training.
  • High school diploma preferred.
  • Experience or demonstrated high degree of aptitude in mechanical work; analytical problem solving and data analysis; interpretation of plans, specifications, schematics, manufacturer manuals, system operation and maintenance manuals; interpretation of applicable codes and regulations.
  • Effective organizational as well as written and verbal communication skills.
  • Must meet physical requirements for driving (pick-up truck), lifting and carrying equipment/mechanical components (up to 50 lbs. unassisted), hand excavation/digging (using shovels/picks), 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.
  • Valid drivers license with a driving record in good standing.

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