The Assistant Offsite Superintendent is responsible for support and assisting the Offsite Superintendent in oversight and coordination of the land development process for assigned communities within the Southern California division.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
1.0 Field supervision of offsite construction trades and consultants
2.0 Construction inspection for duration of project
3.0 Preparation of daily construction reports
4.0 Monitor construction activities for compliance with plans, specifications and schedule
5.0 Preparation and approval of construction change order documentation
6.0 Conduct weekly job site meetings and prepare minutes
7.0 Review and approval of construction project invoices
8.0 Be proactive to prevent potential construction quality and coordination problems
9.0 Maintain NPDES/SWPPP documentation and implementation
10.0 As requested participate in infrastructure constructability review meetings
11.0 Oversee the completion of bond exoneration work
12.0 Participate in inspections with various government agencies
13.0 Work with assigned Superintendent or independently as the requirements of projects dictate.
14.0 Other duties/projects as assigned
1.0 Create, maintain, & file all required project documentation
2.0 Attend and as directed lead project team meetings weekly, or as needed
3.0 Report budget impacts or potential impacts daily, if possible, or weekly
4.0 Co-develop project schedule prior to start, then maintain weekly during project
5.0 Ensure NPDES, SWPPP'S compliance and documentation daily
5.0 Ensure safety compliance and documentation per company standards
6.0 Provide regular (daily or as requested) communication to CD Staff and other departments regarding status
1.0 Two-years’ experience on arterial, collector and residential street improvements, storm drainage, mass grading, traffic signals, street and slope landscaping and neighborhood park projects is preferred
2.0 Emphasis is on large-scale and in-fill land development projects for residential purposes
3.0 BA/BS preferred
1.0 Strong communication and leadership skills with construction project team members including contractors, civil and geotechnical engineers, field survey personnel and governmental agencies
2.0 Ability to learn, understand and implement engineering design plans and project specifications
3.0 Ability to complete quality projects on schedule and within budget
4.0 Ability to be analytical, practical, and synergetic in developing successful solutions to construction issues
5.0 Strong organizational and time management skills
6.0 Ability to supervise, prioritize and complete multiple projects in various locations
7.0 Proficient in Microsoft computer software applications (Word, Excel, Outlook).
8.0 Ability to work with a team or independently
9.0 Ability to use or learn Microsoft Project
Professional Performance Standards
Responsible and accountable for executing the specific responsibilities listed above in complete conformance with goals, expectations and schedule commitments of the Division.
Physical Demand/Work Environment
The physical demands and work environment characteristics described here are representative of those that must be met by an associate to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
While performing the duties of this job, the associate is regularly required to talk and hear. The associate frequently is required to stand and walk, and occasionally is required to sit. The associate must occasionally lift and/or move up to approximately 50 pounds.
The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate to loud.
Professional Development Statement
This position is expected to maintain a program for his/her own professional development and shall do so by creating, maintaining and executing his/her Personal Development Plan per company standards.