The Energy Superintendent coordinates all site construction activities and supervises all field personnel as required to successfully complete commercial energy projects on schedule and within budget. This includes maintaining the highest quality while administering excellent construction safety practices with all on-site activities. Reports to the Project Manager.
Essential Job Responsibilities:
- Coordinates and supervises all project construction activities.
- Directs both company field personnel and subcontractors to achieve project completion on schedule, within budget, with quality that conforms to plans and specifications
- Maintains positive relationships with owners, architects, subcontractors, suppliers and other employees.
- Understands project plans and specifications and identifies issues requiring clarification through requests for information.
- Submits daily project reports that document jobsite activities and maintains a detailed three-week look-ahead construction schedule.
- Tracks daily time and production for company employees and submits a labor and equipment report each week.
- Conducts weekly subcontractor coordination meetings to identify and solve issues that impede progress.
- Schedules inspections as necessary throughout the project.
- Performs job hazard analyses, promotes job site safety, encourages safe work practices and rectifies job site hazards immediately.
- Conducts weekly safety meetings for company employees.
- Maintains a tidy and organized job site, including the construction office.
- Prepares, schedules and manages completion of a final punch list.
Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities:
- Technical: Ability to thoroughly comprehend plans and specifications, sequence and schedule on-site work and maintain quality control standards. Computer literacy with email, word processing, and spreadsheets
- Problem Solving: Analyzes problems and makes sound decisions in a timely manner based on objectives, risks, costs, and implications.
- Leadership: Ability to successfully coordinate the work of subcontractors, supervise self-performed work and communicate effectively with architects and owners
- Communication: Displays strong oral and written communication skills along with interpersonal skills needed to work well with diverse personalities and accurately document technical issues in written correspondence and reports.
- Must be willing to travel and stay where jobsites are located during construction
Experience and Education:
- High school diploma required. Associates or Bachelors’ degree in or related to Construction Management desired.
- 5 or more years of successful experience in supervising new energy projects (Wind Turbines/Solar Arrays)