The Senior Superintendent is responsible for field operations on the project(s) assigned and ensures the project/area is constructed in a safe, timely, profitable and ethical manner, in accordance with contract documents, design, budget, and schedule and in compliance with all federal, state, and local laws. He/she directly supervises field craft labor and non-craft field personnel. This position will be assigned to the Jackson Memorial Hospital project in Miami.
Is recognized as an expert with specialist/authority level understand and application in:
• Risk and Opportunity Management: Identifies potential risks related to operations, contracts, or project execution. Develops mitigation plans and strategies to control the impact of negative situations or to maximize opportunities throughout the life cycle of a project.
• Building and Construction Knowledge - Planning: Applies building and construction knowledge, utilizing experience and current developments in the industry to prepare detailed construction sequence plans including all necessary material, equipment and labor.
• Conflict / Dispute Resolution: Handles conflicts and de-escalates disputes between parties. Negotiates resolutions that are agreeable to both parties.
• Plans and Specifications: Reads and interprets construction plans and the technical specifications to aid in constructability review. Ensures submittals are approved prior to proceeding with work.
• Preconstruction Planning - Field Management Building: Provides input for the development of logistics, schedule development, EHS program and planning, and Exhibit A scope of work development.
• Safety: Ensures the safe execution of all work activities and ensures adherence to our safety regulations to protect all individuals. Verifies and coordinates work activities to comply with Skanska EHS program and corrects unsafe activities, actions and conditions.
• Schedule Development - Field Management Building: Takes ultimate ownership for the schedule. Translates contract documents and requirements of the build into the schedule logic. Works with schedulers to identify timeframes and constraints, determines milestones and anticipate activities.
• Schedule Management - Field Management Building: Manages and prioritizes project-wide activities and ensures project activities are completed according to schedule. Mediates and reconciles conflicting or competing project activities or delays. Leverages the schedule as a tool in external party negotiations. Communicates and follows schedules and timelines.
• Subcontractor Oversight: Monitors, inspects and ensures subcontractors are performing the work safely, are adhering to schedule, and are producing quality work in line with subcontractor agreements and our client contract obligations.
Has advanced knowledge and ability to coach/guide others in:
• Contract Management: Reviews, executes and manages the client's prime contract as well as subcontracts and vendor agreements. This includes facilitating, administering and participating in contract discussions, reviews and negotiations with all relevant contracting parties.
• Building Tools and Technology: Identifies and uses the correct technology, equipment and tools necessary to complete the job.
• Logistics: Develops, approves, and communicates construction logistics plans, verifying they are in place and clearly understood. Ensures that projects are proceeding according to these plans.
• Project Cost Management: Monitors, tracks, and forecasts self-perform and subcontractor project costs and quantities, including labor, equipment, and materials to ensure projects are successful and profitable.
• Quality Management - Field Management Building: Develops project-specific quality control plan, following Skanska quality control processes and ensuring overall quality of the project. Monitors work practices to identify concerns or issues that do not meet these quality standards. Follows contract provisions for necessary corrective action.
• Work-site Harmony: Creates a work environment that maintains/improves job satisfaction through applying labor standards/regulations and adhering to rules to improve job site harmony and labor productivity. Responds to complaints or concerns regarding work environment issues.
Has demonstrated proficiency in:
• Business Development - Field Management: Develops relationships with clients that facilitates likelihood of further work or expansion of scope. Works with project manager to develop strategies and action plans to target and pursue business development opportunities.
• Change Order Management : Follows financial implications of contracts and agreements to protect the company’s interests and rights. Identifies compensable changes and follows the contract provisions to timely resolution.
• Design Implications: Participates in design development processes, where applicable, and interfaces between design and construction to ensure project design does not negatively impact schedule or cost.
• Monthly Pay Requisitions: Tracks monthly pay requisitions, approve percentages of work done in the field, identify progress, and determine appropriate payments due.
• Subcontractor Certifications: Ensures that subcontractors have necessary insurance and contract requirements in place prior to beginning work.
Duties and Responsibilties
• Establishes key elements of tactical and operational plans with measurable contribution towards the achievement of results of the sub-function, focusing on short-to mid-term operational plans (eg, 1-3 years).
• Develops new products, processes, standards, or operational plans in support of the job function strategy.
• Typically has budget or P&L accountability for area of responsibility or manage elements of the budget.
• Provides measurable input to new products, processes or standards in operational plans that will have some impact on the achievement of overall function results.
Innovation and Complexity:
• Responsible for making moderate to significant improvements of processes, systems or products to enhance performance of job area.
• Problems and issues faced are numerous, undefined, and moderately complex and require detailed information gathering, analysis and investigation to understand the problem.
• Problems typically impact multiple departments or specialties. Problems are typically solved through drawing from prior experience and analysis of issues.
Communication and Influence:
• Communicates with parties within and outside of own job function, which may include external customers or vendors depending upon the job function.
• Requires ability to influence others outside of own job area on policies, practices, and procedures.
Leadership and Talent Management:
• Manages a department or unit that includes multiple teams led by managers and/or team leaders.
• Responsible for creating workforce and staffing plans for department / unit to ensure availability of human capital necessary to accomplish departmental business results.
• May have hiring, firing, promotion, and reward authority within own area, in accordance with Corporate Guidelines.
Education and Experience
• Bachelor’s Degree – CM or equivalent experience and minimum 10 years prior relevant experience.
• Requires broad management knowledge to lead project teams on multiple projects or one large project or lead a department.
• Typically has mastery level knowledge and skills within a specific technical or Professional discipline with broad understanding of other areas within the job function.
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