The HR Team
  • MD, USA
  • Full Time

Plano-Coudon offers a comprehensive benefits package including health, dental & vision plans, vacation/sick, 401(k) plan with company contribution, and company paid life and disability.

The Superintendent will provide supervision and leadership for PC's project sites in a professional manner that will ensure the delivery of a successful project in every aspect. The keys to success include a safe project with no injuries, a quality project, an ontime project, a profitable project, and a satisfied Owner.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

Manage the OnSite Safety Program

  • Understand and implement all safety requirements, regulations and laws that pertain to the project.
  • Post all required forms as required by law at the project site.
  • Lead weekly "Tool Box" safety talks with all jobsite personnel. Obtain a signin sheet and fax a copy to the main office.
  • Coordinate regularly scheduled safety inspections with PC's independent safety consultant. Distribute report to subcontractors with deficiencies. Ensure that all deficiencies are abated immediately.
  • Enforce safety requirements on an ongoing basis. Abate any deficiencies immediately.
  • Maintain a clean jobsite at all times. Direct subcontractors to clean up after themselves on a daily basis. Use direct hire labor to clean up project as required.
  • Represent PC in the event of an OSHA/MOSHA inspection. Notify PC's safety consultant immediately of an OSHA inspection so that they may be present during the inspection.
  • Provide written warnings for repeat safety violations.
  • Implement a safety rewards program if you judge it will be effective.
  • Maintain a fully stocked first aid kit at the project site.
  • Keep a current PC Safety Manual at each project site.
  • Request, collect and keep on file all MSDS sheets required for the project site. Notify project manager if a subcontractor fails to provide to you.

Project Scheduling

  • Participate in the development of the project schedule at the beginning of the project. Identify project milestones and ensure that contractual requirements will be met.
  • Create 2week look ahead schedules and review with subcontractor foreman on a weekly basis.
  • Notify subcontractors in writing of any schedule deficiencies (i.e. lack of manpower or late material/equipment deliveries).
  • Motivate subcontractors to achieve schedule goals and milestones.
  • Notify project manager of any delays to the critical path schedule regardless of cause. Maintain documentation to support any claims PC may have.
  • Request assistance of the project manager when contractual pressure needs to be applied to subcontractors failing to meet project requirements.
  • Deliver schedule updates as required at Owner Progress Meetings.

Project Documentation

  • Generate daily field reports and keep on file for every day the project site is active.
  • Maintain a project diary for each project in a bound book provided by PC. Document important conversations and directives that may not be captured with other project documentation.
  • Take daily progress photographs with a digital camera. Download these pictures into the project folder.
  • Maintain an updated record set of contract documents at the project site including all asbuilt information and up to date field changes and/or modifications to the project.
  • Request, collect and keep on file subcontractor manpower reports.

Functional Jobsite Office

  • Set up a jobsite office with all contractually required amenities.
  • Coordinate with utility companies to install temporary services as necessary.
  • All project sites must have access to a phone, a fax machine and the internet.
  • All jobsite offices must have a copy machine and a scanner.

General Items

  • Review, understand and comply with contract requirements with regard to inspection procedures, claims notification, and shutdown notifications.
  • Review, understand and enforce all project specific subcontract agreements and supplier purchase orders.
  • Review project correspondence. Ensure all correspondence is properly posted and filed in job site files.
  • Administer personnel policies, procedures and practices of all job site workers.
  • Participate in preconstruction tasks including constructability reviews, scheduling, and site logistics.
  • Participate in project interviews or other meetings required to secure future work.
  • Plan and coordinate project access for both general requirements and subcontractors.
  • Schedule and coordinate daily jobsite activities such as subcontractors and material deliveries.
  • Supervise direct hire labor including laborers, carpenters and/or temporary labor.
  • Assist in resolving construction issues as required to maintain progress of the project.
  • Work with small tools on a limited basis as required to maintain progress of the project.

Training and Profession Development

  • Maintain a current OSHA 30 hour training certification.
  • Maintain a current sediment and erosion control certification. (Green Card)
  • Maintain a current first aid certification.
  • Maintain a current CPR certification.

Quality Control

  • Demand quality workmanship from the tradesmen in the field.
  • Ensure that the work being put in place meets the requirements of the project documents.
  • Review approved submittals and cross reference between trades to ensure that work conforms to contract requirements.
  • Schedule and coordinate all inspections required for the project.
  • Conduct quality control inspections and document the results on a regular basis.

Education and Experience Requirement:

  • Safety: Safety record, safety training, effort in implementing an active safety program.
  • Job Knowledge: Level of experience, ability to comprehend and execute technical projects.
  • Schedule: Ability to develop a schedule, use as a tool to manage the project and achieve desired results.
  • Quality: Ability to identify, demand and receive quality workmanship and ensure adherence to project requirements.
  • Communication: Ability to motivate tradesmen, satisfy Owner, interface with design team.

Work Environment, Equipment and Physical Demands

The physical demands listed below are representative of those that will be required to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

  • Continuous standing, walking, and sitting throughout the day.
  • Occasional bending, crouching and stooping throughout the day.
  • Use of simple hand tools. Some light lifting of up to 25 pounds may be required.
  • Typing and viewing of a computer screen required.
  • Requires regional driving on a daily basis.
  • Occasional weekend work as needed.


About Plano-Coudon

Based in Baltimore City, Plano-Coudon Construction brings big-company sophistication, small-company flexibility, an engineer's mindset and unparalleled enthusiasm to a broad range of construction projects. Since opening in 1998, we have developed deep expertise in multiple construction sectors, including education, healthcare, life sciences, mission critical, industrial, commercial, residential, nonprofit/religious and sustainable construction.

We live by the Motto

Your Vision is our Mission. Determined to be a trusted construction advisor and a best-in-class contractor, we work to fully understand and meet each client's goals. 

How to Apply:

Please submit your resume, cover letter and salary requirements.

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