Cody M. Stevens Construction,Inc.
CMS Construction is seeking a Project Superintendent/QC/SSHO to join our team! You will oversee project planning, scheduling, budgeting, and implementation.
Job Description: Project Superintendent/QC/SSHO
- Supervise total construction effort to ensure the project is constructed in accordance with design, budget, and schedule. Includes interfacing with client representatives, architectural/engineering, and subcontractors. Plan, coordinate, and supervise daily onsite functions such as subcontractor scheduling, production, and workmanship. Position has the potential to oversee one or more jobs/areas at a time and may require travel. Projects are primarily located on active US military installations, so applicants will be required to pass a government background check. The Superintendent/QC/SSHO position may also require some minor labor duties “working” such as site cleanup, protect in place, touch-up/ punch list items, or picking up materials for workers. If the contract does not allow for a “working” Superintendent/QC/SSHO then you may be assigned to a designated “non-working” position for the project.
- Directly oversee job site personnel and subcontractors engaged in planning and executing work schedules and coordinating various phases of construction to prevent delays.
- Work with Project Manager and Scheduler in the development and refinement of the project schedule, to keep the schedules properly updated, and see that the job meets the completion date. Create or alter small project schedules using MS Project and MS Excel.
- Proficient in reading construction drawings and specifications.
- Oversee procurement of tools and materials to be delivered at specific times to conform to work schedules.
- Inspect work in progress to ensure that workmanship conforms to specifications and the adherence to construction schedules.
- Prepare or review reports on project progress and real-time costs with the ability to adjust work schedules as needed to keep the project on time and on budget.
- Prepare all field operations including material tickets, 3-week schedule, progress schedule, daily reports, quality control, and safety reports, and definable features of work.
- Oversee and schedule CMS foreman and laborers.
- Schedule, manage, and supervise the completion of a final punch list.
- Manage monthly project progress billings.
- Ensure all company employees and contractors are adhering to the company safety policy.
- Problem-Solving: Analyze problems and make sound decisions in a timely manner based on objectives, risks, implications, and costs.
- Issue safety reprimands and corrective action recommendations when safety concerns are present.
- Spearhead and document construction site risk assessments, safety audits, and safety meetings.
- Conduct incident and injury evaluations and investigate job-site safety reports.
- Assure personal protective equipment is used correctly and readily available.
- Verify compliance with OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) safety regulations and safety standards on site.
- Lead construction health and safety training programs, including new hire safety orientation.
- Create and execute workplace safety programs, emergency response plans, construction safety policies, and job-site hazard analyses.
- Work with construction managers and project managers to ensure all potential risk management and safety issues are addressed.
- The SSHO is responsible for managing, implementing, and enforcing the project Accident Prevention Plan. The SSHO shall provide full-time on-site safety and occupational health management, surveillance, inspections, training, and safety enforcement.
- Assist in the Preparation of Accident Prevention Plans (APP) and ensure that it is followed by all employees, subcontractors, and vendors at each service site (The APP shall incorporate Activity Hazard Analyses (AHAs) and Situation Specific Safety Plans that are relevant to the site-specific hazards and controls for each activity and type of work that may be encountered on the contract).
- Coordination of safety issues with the Quality Control Manager and site Superintendent on new definable features of work.
- Maintain current SDS (MSDS) list of hazardous chemicals on-site.
- Ability to coordinate, document, and enforce safety and health on various construction sites.
- Oversee and manage the onsite execution of all field activities regarding Health and Safety procedures while exercising his/her authority to temporarily suspend workers from the job site for serious Health & Safety violations.
- Lead in implementing the three phases of Quality Control: Preparatory, Initial, and Follow-up.
- Control the daily technical and administrative functions of the USACE RMS/QSC system.
- Coordinating third-party testing agents as outlined in the quality control plan.
- Preparing, implementing, and managing the Quality Control plan for each job.
- Preparing and completing daily Quality Control reports.
- Ensuring all Quality Control (QC) activities occur in a timely fashion in accordance with the project's schedule.
- Manage project close-out/Red Zone to ensure completion before project completion.
- Ability to coordinate, document, and enforce safety and health on various construction site projects.
- Certificate in the successful completion of the Construction Quality Management for Contractors (CQM-C) course.
- An undergraduate degree in architecture, engineering, or construction management is preferred.
- 5 plus years of construction experience, a minimum of 3-5 years in a CQCM role.
- Experience in large-scale construction management or construction trade with increasing levels of responsibility.
- Federal government construction experience (Air Force, Corps of Engineers, and NAVFAC) is a plus.
- Identify and resolve problems in a timely manner; gather and analyze information skillfully; develop alternative solutions; works well in group problem-solving situations; use reason when dealing with emotional topics.
- Write clearly and informatively; edits work for spelling and grammar; varies writing style to meet needs; presents numerical data effectively; able to read and interpret written information.
- Manage difficult customer situations; responds promptly to customer needs; solicits customer feedback to improve service; responds to requests for service and assistance; meets commitments.
- Speak clearly and persuasively in positive or negative situations, listens, gets clarification, and responds well to questions.
- Proficient computer experience including Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Outlook, and Microsoft project scheduling, RMS 3.0 (USACE contracts) required.
- Excellent communication skills and ability to work well with others.
- Must pass a pre-employment drug test/physical/background check.
- Maintain clean records to ensure GOV. badging/background checks.
- CPR & First Aid
- Fall Protection
- Aerial & Scissor Lift
- Medical Respirator
- Bloodborne Pathogen
- EM 385
- OSHA 30
- Quality Construction Management
- Harassment Prevention
- Personally Identifiable Information (PII)
- Out-of-town travel may be required on projects located at but not limited to Naval Base Ventura County, Fort Irwin, Edwards Air Force Base, Naval Surface Warfare Center, and Fallbrook, CA. Travel expenses covered by CMS include housing, flights, and fuel.
- Locations may include but are not limited to: Southern California, and Northern California.
$48-$57/Hr. or $99K-118K salary depending on qualifications and experience.
Disclaimer: The information in this job description indicates the general nature and level of work to be performed. While employed in this position, an employee may be required to perform other assignments.
$48 - $57 hourly
About Cody M. Stevens Construction,Inc.
Our Company's competitive pricing, safety record, attention to detail, and reliability provide our federal clients with the best value construction team for any project. Our rapid growth speaks for itself and provides growth within the company for years to come.