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Entrepreneurial and fast-growing multi-family residential development and construction company seeking a Jobsite Superintendent to manage construction projects.
Reports to the Director of Construction / Senior Project Manager
Primary person responsible for the quality, safety, and schedule of the construction site
Create and maintain construction schedules
Weekly Ownership job site meetings and tailgate safety meetings
SWPPP compliance, Daily Jobsite log, and job site cleanliness
Track and implement field changes, RFI’s, and submittals
Work with subcontractors to secure all project closeout documents
Create and track subcontractor Punch-Lists
Perform homebuyer walk-throughs, Warranty/Customer Service operations
TEN years (MINIMUM) experience in site supervision
FIVE years (MINIMUM) experience in multifamily residential construction
Experience with local Los Angeles subcontractors and inspectors preferred
Structural concrete, podium experience required
Must have a technical understanding of construction means and methods
Must be skilled in reading and interpreting plans and specifications
Microsoft Outlook, Word and Excel skills
Must be a driven, self-starter, with proven ability to deliver construction projects without defects, safely, and on time
Must be organized, decisive, and able to work effectively in a dynamic
Must have excellent oral and written communication skills
Must have well-developed interpersonal and leadership skills
Texting a Job Offer
Since my blog post in 2012 about not texting offers – it’s happened a lot – texting an offer. And it works.
To make a text offer go smoothly the key is to make sure as a candidate, that you’ve had a detailed communication with your recruiter/HR representative/potential boss about salary, benefits, vacation, bonus, etc.
Seems obvious, but in this age of minimal phone calls and even shorter texts – good, solid communication is ideal. Have that detailed talk sooner rather than later.