Employees in this personnel classification shall possess a minimum of eight to ten (8-10) years of substation construction experience. The individual will possess all of the skills required for assignment as a superintendent for any craft within his/her area of responsibility. Such an employee shall also have in depth knowledge of all applicable OSHA codes and standards. Must be able to direct multiple crews.
- Attend pre-construction meeting with PM/Estimator.
- Provide technical assistance, interpretation of drawings, recommend construction methods and equipment etc. as required.
- Review bid packages for accuracy, completeness, and overall electrical scope of work.
- Assist in instituting construction plans
- Organize crews & assign foreman to job task
- Generate list of required personnel & equipment.
- Generate initial list of required tooling.
- Arrange for personnel & equipment transfers to project.
- Review and become familiar with multiple contracts.
- Accountable for quality of work to insure that it is being performed according to specifications.
- Visit crews and monitor their safety, quality, & production.
- Assist the Foreman in coordination of major project activities
- Such as critical tasks
- Get feedback from owner on quality, safety, schedule, materials etc.
- Attend all required project meetings with Owner as needed.
- Assist with updating schedules and/or progress reports.
- Verify that as-builts & progress charts are maintained.
- Have a good line of communication with inspector.
- Insure that all change-orders are documented and billed to the Owner.
- Review personnel with Operations (i.e, personal evaluations, pay raises, CDL requirements, personal problems, loans, etc.).
- Arrange and/or participate in weekly foremen meetings (review if not attending).
- Arrange and/or participate in monthly safety meetings (review if not attending).
- Participate in monthly job safety review meetings.
- Accountable for cost, progress and schedule for duration of project.
- Assist BU with monthly forecast by the 10th of each month.
- Accountable for compliance with safety program and review all accidents.
- Follow up on any complaints (from owner, general public, or landowners).
- Adheres to all Company Safety and Health Policies
- Must have a valid driver’s license.
- Must be willing to stay out of town. Typical work weeks are 4-10 hour shifts or 5-10 hour shifts. Available to travel as the project requires.
- Willing to work over-time and be able to work extended periods of time.
- May work in storm restoration operations to rebuild and/or repair damaged power systems.
- May attend training classes or seminars to gather knowledge of new processes, safety regulations and/or refresher training.
- Walking and working across uneven terrain.
- Climbing on and off large trucks and equipment.
- Must be able to work outside 100% of the time. We work in inclement weather that includes heat, cold, rain and possible snow.
- Able to lift in excess 50 pounds on a daily basis.
- Willing to work off the ground in man baskets. Normal working heights are 20’-60’ with the possibility of working at 120’ heights.
- Must be able to work around energized systems.
- Paid Vacation
- Paid Holidays
- Life Insurance
NOTE: This job description is not intended to be all-inclusive. Employee may perform other related duties as negotiated to meet the ongoing needs of the organization.
Job Type: Full-time
- substation construction: 8 years