The Junior Field Superintendent will participate in the delivery of construction projects by being an active member of the on-site construction team.
- Minimum of 1-5 years construction experience is preferred.
- Experience in commercial office, industrial, and/or mixed-use projects is preferred.
- Bachelor of Science in Construction Management, equivalent specialty degree, or equivalent experience working for a General Contractor or related Specialty Trade Contractor is preferred.
- Possess the willingness to work on-site in various weather conditions to adhere to the construction schedule.
Schedule that conforms to the required on-site work environment and work hours required to successfully complete a project on time.
- Knowledge of building construction, means and methods, scheduling, cost and quality control, and reading and interpretation of construction drawings and specifications.
- Experience in both building shell and tenant improvement construction.
- Strong organizational and leadership skills.
- Ability to set personal and project priority goals for successful daily and long-term project planning and organization.
- Possess good personal and project instincts to manage Subcontractors and overall project implementation.
- Ability to successfully negotiate with Subcontractors.
- Possess conflict resolution skills and the ability to diffuse Subcontractor conflicts.
- Possess the ability to develop multiple options to resolve on-site conflicts.
- Highly effective communication and listening skills are essential to communicate well with Owners, design professionals, colleagues, and subcontractors.
- Computer proficiency in the use of Microsoft Word and Excel, Microsoft Project, and PlanGrid.
- Help enforce safety rules and regulations on the job site through daily site observation of subcontractor workforce activities.
- Review Subcontractor safety plans for compliance with contractual obligations.
- Coordinate regularly scheduled third-party safety inspections of job sites.
- Monitor Subcontractor safety toolbox talk documentation.
- Verify the Subcontractor’s daily workforce presence on site.
- Participate in regularly scheduled Subcontractor foreman progress and scheduling meetings to maintain three-week look-ahead schedules.
- Participate in coordinating the three-week look-ahead schedule with the master construction schedule.
- Participate in General Contractor toolbox talks.
- Help monitor daily construction progress and document in Daily Reports.
- Coordinate key Subcontractor work progress and manage the scheduling of the same.
- Help monitor on-site Subcontractor adherence to contract terms and construction documents.
- Help monitor Subcontractor adherence to budget.
- Help monitor Subcontractor work for quality assurance.
- Participate in identifying long-lead items and coordinate proper expedition of material and equipment delivery.
- Participate in progress meetings with the Owner, Architect, and Engineers.
- Participate in coordination meetings with the Architect and Engineers.
- Manage the daily photo documentation of site conditions and work progress.
- Manage the on-site security video camera program.
- Coordinate and manage the preparation of the project completion punch list.
- Coordinate and manage the punch list work progress and final completion.
- Assist the Field Superintendent with Subcontractor follow-up communication and documentation.
- Assist the Field Superintendent in preparing the Subcontractor evaluation report.
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Browning grants equal opportunity to all qualified persons without regard to race, color, religion, gender, pregnancy, disability, age, national origin, military service obligations, veteran status, citizenship, sexual orientation, or any other category protected by law. Browning provides equal opportunity in wages, promotions, benefits and all privileges, terms, and conditions of employment.