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What is a Project Superintendent job description?

The responsibility of the Project Superintendent is to coordinate and manage the performance of the construction work by the trade professionals on their assigned project as well as to ensure that their project is at all times aesthetically pleasing.
Essential Job Functions:

Coordinate, observe and manage the trade professionals so that they perform their work in a quality manner consistent with the applicable plans, specifications, industry standards and contract requirements.
Review and approve, if appropriate, invoices submitted by trade professionals weekly following full and proper completion and acceptance of the work.
Meet production schedules and goals and update project schedules daily.
Ensure proper scheduling and interaction with third party inspections as well as timely completions of any items needing correction, and that all inspection records and reports are delivered to the office.
Walk homes under construction daily.
Foster and maintain positive relationships with trade professionals and municipal employees.
Ensure that all variance P.O.ís are issued and approved prior to any extra work being performed and, if appropriate, back-charges are assessed.

Document plan changes and provide red-line corrections to the office at appropriate intervals for updating of the plans.

Fully complete Daily Report Logs on a daily basis and submit to the office each evening.

Maintain project safety, cleanliness and appearance at all times.

SWMP compliance and maintenance of records.

Additional Duties:

Control/minimize damage, theft, and vandalism at the project.

Complete Rough Frame Checklist for each home prior to drywall start.

Accept Quality Control Checklist and ensure that all items are completed prior to Orientation.

Supervise Assistant Superintendents and Laborers, if any.

Report to Project Manager.