Wood Partners

Assistant Superintendent - Dallas

Dallas, TX

Job Description

Assistant Superintendent

Posted: Thursday, 10/5/2023

Report to and assist the Superintendent throughout all phases of the construction process. The Assistant Superintendent controls specific day to day tasks on the project under the direction of the Project Superintendent. There are several different and specialized functions that take place depending on the stage that each project and/or the complexity of the job. In general, the Assistant Superintendent is responsible for the following:

Job Duties and Responsibilities

  • Ensure successful workflow and scheduling of project by scheduling trades as directed by the Superintendent, scheduling and monitoring material deliveries, communicating with trades on an ongoing basis to ensure schedules are met, and directing punch crews as necessary.
  • Ensure code compliance by making sure completed work meets all testing and certification requirements, performing frame walks and final walks, taking corrective action when needed, and arranging and participating in site walks and inspections.
  • Maintain quality control by continually inspecting all work to ensure its performed in accordance to contracts, submitting RFI’s when necessary, notifying trades of all redline revisions, ASI’s and other changes from published documents to ensure their implementation with a minimum of rework.
  • Manage material control by executing material delivery tickets against actual shipments and cross reference these to purchase orders, rejecting incorrect, broken, or defective items, and expediting replacement items, and ensuring that materials are being used where and how intended.
  • Oversee cost control by demonstrating and communicating “good practices” to the trades, reviewing plans and contracts before initiating change orders, and measuring and checking completed work for the monthly payables.
  • Ensure safety of job site and field staff by inspecting site visits, work practices, tools and equipment, fall protection, scaffolds, and safety devices. Maintain safety violation log, conduct weekly safety meetings, and follow and implement company guidelines during OSHA visits.
  • Manage cleanliness and waste management by developing and promoting good housekeeping practices everywhere on the job. Implement and enforce cleaning assignments with the trades, deploy dumpsters where needed, and provide adequate restroom facilities.
  • Ensure site security by protecting company assets and completed work by locking up construction sheds, garages, and buildings as needed. Monitor incoming and outgoing traffic and engage law enforcement as appropriate to report thefts or vandalism.
  • Manage erosion control monitoring by maintaining daily log of rainfall totals, filing monthly reports with the main office, and working with erosion control consultants during site visits.
  • Manage administrative duties such as preparing agendas for all site meetings and issuing meeting minutes, establishing weekly schedules, processing all field paperwork, and making supply runs as needed.
  • Ensure a successful post-construction process by assisting in defining all turn over walk criteria and assisting in preparing final close out report and lessons learned.
  • 1-3 years of managing multifamily construction projects from start to finish
  • Medical/Dental/Vision/AD&D/Short Term/Long Term
  • 401(k) with competitive company contributions
  • Vacation, Sick, Personal, and Floating Holiday Pay
  • 10+ corporate holidays
  • Company observes winter break the last week of December
  • Monthly Cell Phone Reimbursement
  • Monthly Car Allowance
  • Enhanced Employee Assistance program
  • Wellable Fitness Program

Wood Partners At A Glance

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