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Georgia Employer ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT in Fort Gaines, Georgia

ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENTDefinition: Craftsman with extensive skill and experience level and whose primary duties include the exercise of discretion and independent judgement with respect to matters of significance regarding the management of construction job sites, multiple employees and trade contractors.Supervision: The Superintendent's immediate supervisor is the Project Manager of the project to which they are assigned.Purpose: The Superintendent supervises the field construction of a project, including its organization, planning and scheduling, in order to complete the work on time, within budget, and to the quality specified by Anderson Construction Company's customers. In the performance of this function, the Superintendent is responsible for protecting and promoting the interest of Anderson Construction Company in all matters and to take actions as required to satisfy responsibilities which include, but are not limited to, the following duties and responsibilitiesDuties - may include, but are not limited to, the following:1.Have a complete knowledge of all contract and subcontract documents, drawings, and specifications and to develop the on-site plan and procedures and implementation.2.Define, acquire and manage labor needs which includes the hiring, supervising, disciplining and terminating of employees as governed by the company's policies as well as an federal or state laws that are deemed applicable.3.Supervise subcontractors and suppliers and direct all work as required by plans, specifications, and direct correspondence from the Project Manager.4.Interface with architect and engineers.5.Provide clear explanation of steps, clear directions, and answer all questions about construction processes for employees, subcontractors, and others.6.Organize work to coordinate with project schedule and current work conditions and monitor progress of project.7.Identify potential schedule conflicts and generate and implement needed modifications.8.Employ and maintain accepted quality control, cost control, and safety standards.9.Ensure compliance with building codes.10.Layout projects using optical levels, laser levels, transit, and theodolites.11.Draw sketches to communicate details to employees or others.12.Maintain sufficient supplies of construction materials for the work at hand.13.Communicate progress, needs, discrepancies, problems, and any other relevant information to the Project Manager.14.Establish relationships with all parties involved in the construction process and facilitate harmonious working conditions.15.Resolve conflicts and problems expeditiously and maintain good relations and communication with all involved in the project, including the public.16.Generate alternative solutions to resolve scheduling conflicts, project delays, and design modifications.17.Prepare daily reports, time sheets, disciplinary action notices, separation notices, accident reports and any other paperwork required by corporate office.18.Hold weekly safety meetings and provide training as necessary.19.Inspect work and project to ensure compliance with building documents and codes.20.Assure the continued development of assigned staff by use of training, performance evaluations, varying assignments and promoting a positive project morale.21.Perform any additional duties and responsibilities as required.Qualifications: Extensive Knowledge of: principles, procedures and terminology used in the construction trade; layout, construction methods, scheduling, contract language, tools and materials used in carpentry; methods and procedures used in building construction; materials and equipment used in carpentry trades; occupational hazards and standard safety practices; building codes; quality control measures; cost control procedures.Ability to: layout and organize work; supervise and direct work; communicate clearly with employees and subcontractors; be accurate in all phases of work; organize assigned tasks; proficie

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