Travel the Midwest and join our award-winning company as a traveling retail Superintendent! As a member of our largest group of leaders, you will direct all aspects of jobsite management, overseeing the construction progress according to project plans and specifications for retail store construction and renovation projects. Ensuring all work is performed according to safety and compliance standards, you will collaborate with clients, architects, subcontractors, field staff and office staff. Additionally, you may serve as the Lead Superintendent and/or work under the direction of the Lead Superintendent.
This list of duties and responsibilities is not all inclusive and may be expanded to include other duties and responsibilities as management may deem necessary from time to time.
Directs and supervises labor crew foreman, labor crew, and subcontractors.
Fulfills staffing requirements according to construction schedule.
Ensures proper materials, tools, equipment, and labor are available for scheduled work.
Consults with and directs subcontractors and self-performed work trades engaged in planning and executing work.
Effectively coordinates various phases of work to ensure timely project deliverables.
Drives and manages relationships with project managers, owners, architects, inspectors, and engineers to understand the scope of work and evaluate construction progress. Leads project changes, as needed.
Inspects work-in-progress to ensure conformation to specifications and adherence to schedules.
Collaborates with the dedicated project manager to forecast upcoming construction phase requirements.
Champions job site safety. Holds all site workers, including subcontractors, accountable to following all proper safety policies, procedures, and requirements. Reports accidents, injuries, and safety violations.
Maintains compliance with regards to Storm Water Pollution Protection Plan (SWPPP), controlled access, Hazardous Waste, and Safety. Completes inspections and related reports.
Chairs weekly foreman’s meeting on site, documenting content regarding safety, toolbox talks, owner feedback, needed materials, compliance, scheduling, etc.
Composes 3 to 4-week Gantt schedules, maintaining on a weekly basis. Completes daily progress reports, as well as daily timesheets for site crew.
Evaluates progress by labor productivity units and submits completed material and equipment reports.
May generate RFIs as well as document and communicate resolutions.
Discusses labor issues with union representatives.
Collects, reviews, and submits completed new hire paperwork for trade employees.
Receives and verifies materials.
All other duties as assigned.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Degree in Construction Management, Construction Engineering, or equivalent relevant construction jobsite experience.
OSHA 30 Certification within 90 days of employment start date required.
5+ years of in-the-field construction experience.
5+ years of construction leadership experience.
A valid driver’s license.
Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, and Excel) required.
Ability to efficiently use technology (e.g., tablet) and the Internet. Proficiency in Procore desired.
Performs all responsiblities under the intent and obligation to Immel’s Core Values of Safety, Craftsmanship, Integrity, Transparency, Community, and Reliability.
Effective, professional written and verbal communication skills.
Organized, ability to prioritize, meets or exceeds established deadlines.
Proactive, reliable, self-motivated, and disciplined.
Works independently and exercises sound judgment when making decisions.
Strong attention to detail with the ability to understand and navigate construction plans, documents, and
Ability to simultaneously oversee multiple projects in multiple locations.
Works well in a fast-paced, demanding environment while maintaining composure.
Ability to perform in a dynamic work environment characterized by changing working and weather conditions indicative of a construction site
Ability to sit or stand in place, or walk for long periods of time; reach, climb, or balance; bend, stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl; lift/move items up to 25 pounds.
We are an Equal Employment Opportunity employer. Applicants and employees are considered for positions and are evaluated without regard to mental or physical disability, race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, genetic information, military or veteran status, sexual orientation, marital status or any other protected Federal, State/Province or Local status unrelated to the performance of the work involved.
The Immel Difference
Construction has been a part of the Immel legacy dating back to the 1800s, rooting our name into the industry far before the company was established in 1961. Over the last 60 years, Immel Construction has advanced, expanded, and proven the Immel Difference by instilling our Core Values and Mission into everything we do.
Becoming 100% employee owned in 2019, our employee stock ownership plan (ESOP) improves our organizational performance by aligning employee individual goals with company performance benchmarks. The decisions of Immel staff consistently reflect awareness of their ownership and stake in the success of the company, resulting in greater customer satisfaction. Our ESOP becomes a differentiator in recruiting, retaining, and rewarding the best talent in the industry.
Immel Construction has played a vital role in the development of some of Green Bay’s most iconic and recognizable landmarks, working with clients that have experienced first hand what it means to partner with Immel Construction. As the company continues to grow and achieve organizational goals, it will certainly be marked by consistent homage to continue on in the name of tradition and the Immel Difference.