Construction Site Supervisor

We are actively looking for an experienced Site Superintendent with knowledge of all phases of residential building construction.
Ideal candidate will have commercial estimating and project management experience, be self-starter, team player, motivated with a strong moral and work ethic.
Bilingual (Spanish & English) preferred.
Minimum requirements below:
Minimum 5 years of experience working on commercial/multifamily construction;
Proactive, respectful, accountable, high character individual that can be a team player;
Broad understanding of construction a must;
Strong record keeping, communication and interpersonal skills;
Reliable transportation and a current valid driver's license;
Willing to accept responsibility for the satisfactory conduct of all construction operations at the project the Site Supervisor has been assigned;
Task and goal oriented with an eye for quality with an emphasis on maintaining a clean work environment;
Understanding of budgeting and the implications of cost overruns;
Monitor manpower utilization, effectiveness and productivity of subcontractors;
Ability to ensure subcontractors complete the scope of work they have been hired to complete and that subcontractors are providing adequate manpower to complete their scope of work in the time allotted;
Facilitates the efficient use of personnel and equipment;
Implements and enforces work rules on the job site at all times;
Implements the construction portion of the assigned project through day-to-day direction of all field activities;
Responsible for supervising subcontractors in the execution and quality of their work;
Ensures that subcontractors are abiding by best practices with regard to all aspects of job safety;
Excellent problem solving skills;
Ability to read and understand blueprints and specifications;
Must pass a background check;
Must possess general computer skills;

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