Walga MTE is seeking a dynamic, proactive, and self-starting Superintendent to join our team at Fort Hood, TX. This position is responsible for the daily operations of projects, including scheduling and coordination of material, tools, equipment, safety accessories, subcontractors, and company or project field personnel, while continually updating the project management team of progress, issues, and problems. The primary focus is to implement contract documents and achieve quality, schedule, safety, and budget requirements for your assigned scopes of work. The role will also be responsible for ensuring costs, crew, and equipment meet the necessary project and company standards. The Superintendent will report to both the Director of Contract Operations and project management team.
Apprise project management of assigned project’s progress, issues, and concerns.
Collaborate with subcontractors, suppliers, and company field personnel to mobilize and administer efforts throughout the life of the project.
Control changes to the cost baseline.
Monitor cost performance to detect and understand variances from the cost baseline.
Maintain the project’s schedule by determining appropriate the resources, quantities, and availability to perform project activities.
Prepare three-week look-ahead and long lead item schedules.
Notify management if events beyond company’s control negatively impact the schedule.
Manage all aspects of subcontractors. Provide direction for the close-out documents.
Obtain all certificates and conduct all final inspections prior to project close-out.
Oversee quality assurance activities, providing an umbrella for continuous process improvement.
Provide accurate invoicing and timely delivery of materials and equipment.
Provide direction to the Project Engineer and maintain priority on critical path items necessary to keep the project schedule.
Implement all applicable safety guidelines, while also adhering to company’s safety policy.
Assist in controlling hazardous working conditions and unsafe employee activities.
Supervise and coordinate project emergency action procedures, including work assignments, personnel administration, staffing, and training for emergency contingency plans.
Develop and administer job site safety and environmental training.
Complete daily project safety audits, as well as property damage and personal injury investigations.
Provide oversight to ensure that the project site conforms to all applicable safety regulations.
Document all accidents, safety violations, and unsafe conditions.
Provide problem resolution for sites that are in violation of safety standards.
Support OSHA compliance officers, corporate safety officers, and insurance inspectors during on-site audits.
Monitor contractor compliance with OSHA and company safety requirements.
Maintain all safety documents for the project site.
Facilitate necessary safety meetings.
Submit unplanned event forms to Human Resources if a work-related injury occurs.
Assist in preparing written appeals for safety violation citations.
5+ years of proven experience as a Superintendent or Construction Manager
Current or ability to obtain an OSHA 30 certification
Clear demonstration of the appropriate level of job knowledge based on work experience and timely decision making using sound and accurate judgment
Ability to identify problems, gathering and analyzing information, and making appropriate recommendations to make a project successful
Capable of meeting established goals while ensuring quality of work through accuracy and thoroughness
Competency to take independent actions and calculated risks while asking for help when needed.
Flexible, well organized, and detail oriented, using efficient time management skills to meeting project deadlines and schedules
Works well in group problem-solving situations
Has a working knowledge of computers and proficiency with Microsoft Office suite and project management software
Can work outdoors in extreme conditions such as cold, heat, and humidity on a regular, daily basis
Able to stand, climb, bend, and stoop on a regular, daily basis
Maintain a valid driver’s license and operate a personal vehicle
Use of visual and auditory skills
Must be able to pass criminal history background check prior to employment
Walga MTE provides high quality construction and EPA services to Federal, state, and local governments. Walga MTE is owned by the Modoc Nation of Miami, Oklahoma, a federally recognized Native American Tribe, and is a registered SBA Small Disadvantaged Business and certified 8(a) company.