Construction Superintendent

Marker Hill Construction   Tabernash, CO   Full-time     Trades/Construction
Posted on May 3, 2023

Construction Superintendent

Marker Hill Construction is seeking a Construction Superintendent to join our team lead planning, scheduling, and directing activities of subcontractors and workers. Primary goal is to ensure work conforms to specifications, adheres to schedules, and site safety. Projects are located in eastern Grand County including Winter Park, Fraser, Tabernash and Granby. Project types: custom homes, single family residences, multifamily and commercial.’

The Construction Superintendent directs subcontractors and staff to a successful outcome ensuring safe, on-time, and within-budget projects; assist in scheduling, ordering, organizing, and directing activities within the assigned crews, bringing a high degree of quality and diligence to the worksite.

This role requires excellent communication skills, as you’ll collaborate with various people, such as construction workers, architects and engineers. In order to succeed, it’s important to know how to implement quality, health, and safety standards onsite. 

Implement and enforce the company's safety policies, site specific safety programs, and promote a safety culture on the jobsite at all times

Plan, direct, manage, oversee, and document all daily activities on the project site
Proficiency in electrical, mechanical, and structural systems
Enforce the company's public safety program ensuring the safety of all non-construction related people
Implement, maintain, update, and communicate the project schedule

Coordinate all required field inspections and maintain the inspection log
Perform, upload, and maintain all company documentation requirements including, but not limited to, daily job reports, daily photographs, daily manpower reports, JHA's, tool box talks, progress plans, labor reports, etc.


Desired abilities/qualifications:

Must be able to clearly communicate by verbal, written, or electronic means to all members of the project team
Demonstrated leadership skills and strategies for organizing all scopes, people, material, tools and equipment to manage the project successfully

Have a good working knowledge of all project documents, including specifications, plans, submittals, subcontracts, shop drawings, and any other project specific documents

Familiar with OSHA requirements and how to successfully execute an OSHA site visit
Always represent the company and yourself with a positive professional attitude
Demonstrate the ability to clearly communicate with the project team, project owners, architects, engineers, and subcontractors to achieve positive results

Promote positive subcontractor relations by dealing professionally and fairly with all subcontractors and vendors

Physical Demands / Working Conditions:

Able to work in all elements of the outdoor environment which include the heat, cold, rain, snow, wind, etc.
Able to access all areas of the jobsite including stairs, scaffolding, ladders, elevation changes, etc.

Must be able to move, carry, or position items weighing up to 75 pounds.

Computer / Technology:

Proficient in the use of personal computers including iPad/tablet device
Basic knowledge of uploading and managing web based document storage

Education / Experience Required:

Four (4) year degree in a construction-related curriculum or equivalent field experience preferred but not required.
OSHA 30 preferred
Demonstrated leadership abilities to manage and direct on-site project teams to successful completions

Employee Benefits:

Comprehensive benefits including medical, dental, vision, 401K