Practice, promote, and develop mentoring at all trades and manpower levels throughout the company.
Document and ensure any required corrective measures are addressed and implemented.
Develop ‘Master Plan’ approach for project.
Execute, supervise and maintain CPMI.
Schedule all daily and weekly scope of work activities.
Requisition, maintain and account for tools, materials and equipment.
Monitor progress, performance and quality of work for all Subcontractors and major Equipment Suppliers.
Coordinate all required jurisdictional inspections, and maintain good working relationships with inspectors.
Reviews, analyzes, and updates Labor Hours/Job Costs Report information with project management on weekly basis.
Optimize project opportunity by field/pre-fabrication planning, CADD, organizing and scheduling, without compromising the quality, safety or completion date of the project.
Assist project management with schedule preparation and SIP, including logic and resource/budget allocation, Labor Resource Charts and provide updates as required.
Keep proper and complete documentation of project, in accordance with RK Mechanical, Inc.’s standard systems and available for inspection at all times.
Provide required training, mentoring, coaching and leadership for field personnel. Participation in company provided training.
Ensure accurate and complete cost coding of all time cards on a daily basis. Review, sign-off and forward time cards to corporate office as required.
Ensure efficient project closeout, including completion of all punch list work, owner training and instruction, transfer of spare parts, final cleanup, demobilization and project records archiving.
Comply with all company policies and procedures.
All employees are accountable for safety and health and are empowered to stop work if an unsafe condition is present. Employees should immediately notify their supervisor so that the hazard may be corrected.
RK Mechanical employees and subcontractors are required to implement and maintain all safety and health systems practices including the training requirements of RK Mechanical Orientation, site specific orientation, CPR/First Aid/AED/Bloodborne Pathogens, Hazard Identification and Reporting, CPMIS, and OSHA 30.
Minimum Physical Requirements:
Ability to lift and carry 21 to 35 lbs. occasionally, and/or 13 to 21 pounds of force frequently, and/or greater than negligible up to 7 to 10 pounds of force constantly to move objects.
Ability to climb up and down and maintain balance on stairs, ladders and scaffolds while carrying tools and equipment.
Ability to see (naturally or with correction).
Ability to use arms and hands to reach, handle or manipulate and install heavy objects and materials.
Ability to balance, kneel, squat, crouch, bend, lean, stand, walk, climb, dig, backfill and compact.
General Superintendent 1
Responsible for one or more programs/functions of such diversity and scope to be of critical importance to overall company objectives.
Negotiates critical and controversial issues with top-level employees and officers.
Plays a role in company business strategy development and execution.
Makes authoritative decisions and recommendations having significant impact on extensive and related activities of the company.
Demonstrates a high degree of creativity, foresight, and mature judgment in planning, organizing and guiding extensive programs and activities of importance.
Manages autonomous individuals, managers and diverse groups giving broader direction.
Expert in field, extensive relevant experience, 15+ years.
Masters or college/university graduate or equivalent combination of skills and experience generally required.
General Superintendent 2/3
Independent decision making.
Responsible for a single department or functional area either as a manager or functional expert.
Initiates and maintains relationships with key staff and other departments.
Makes authoritative decisions and recommendations having important impact on activities of the company.
Demonstrates a high degree of creativity, foresight and mature judgment in anticipating and solving unprecedented complexities.
Determines program objectives and requirements, organizing programs and projects and developing standards and guidelines for diverse activities.
Proven specialist expertise, typically 10+ years of experience, including fiscal responsibilities.
College/university graduate or equivalent combination of skills or equivalent combination and experience generally expected for specified technical roles.