Superintendent - Patuxent River, MD

Construction

Job Details

Job Title

Superintendent - Patuxent River, MD

State

Maryland

Region

N/A

Discipline

Construction

Primary Background

Quality Control Manager

Sector/Industry

Government, USACE, NAVFAC

Job Number

JN -012024-2604

Description

Certis Solutions is seeking a triple hat (Super/QCM/SSHO) with the following background:


Must Have Qualifications

  • Federal Project ( USACE, NAVFAC) background
  • Experience as a QCM, Site Super, and SSHO preferred
  • Quality Control Management (QCM) Certificate
  • EM385-1 and first Aid Certifications 
  • familiar with Government projects and 3-phases of inspections for quality control

Top Skills / Key Job Responsibilities

  • Overall project management: The triple hat must oversee all aspects of the heavy civil project from start to finish, including scheduling, budgeting, and quality assurance.
  • Supervision of personnel: The triple hat is responsible for managing and supervising all project personnel, including construction workers, subcontractors, and vendors.
  • Site safety: The triple hat must ensure that all safety protocols and procedures are followed on the job site to maintain a safe working environment.
  • Quality control: The triple hat must ensure that all work is completed to the required quality standards, including monitoring and verifying compliance with design and technical specifications.
  • Regulatory compliance: The triple hat is responsible for ensuring that the project complies with all applicable laws, regulations, and permits.
  • Communication: The triple hat must communicate effectively with project stakeholders, including project owners, engineers, architects, and contractors.
  • Problem-solving: The triple hat must identify and solve problems as they arise during the course of the project.
  • Change management: The triple hat must manage changes to the project scope, schedule, and budget as necessary.
  • Record keeping: The triple hat must maintain detailed records of all project activities, including daily logs, progress reports, and safety inspections.
  • Training and development: The triple hat must provide training and development opportunities for project personnel to ensure that they are skilled and competent in their roles.