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Company name : Justin J. Reeves, LLC
Location : United States
Position : Traveling Construction Superintendent / SSHO – Federal Projects
Justin J. Reeves, LLC is looking for talented self-starters with imagination, creativity and vision; individuals who are original thinkers, possess the drive to achieve quick results, and have the capacity to assume increasing responsibility in a highly successful organization. Ideal candidates will have a desire to be part of a demanding, high-performance team operating in a high-growth environment.
We are looking for a qualified individual, interested in travel, to join our team.
Traveling Construction Superintendent / QCM – Louisiana, Florida, Mississippi, Texas job sites
Qualifications and Skills
OSHA 30 Card
USACE Quality Manager Certification
10+ years of professional experience as CPM, CSS, and/or QCM.
Degree in Construction Management or Related Field
Ability to recognize hazardous situations & recommend corrective measures
Good interpersonal and communication skills, including ability to work as a member of a team.
Strong working knowledge of project planning and scheduling for construction trades
Detailed knowledge of commercial construction practices
Federal Construction/ DOD Experience Preferred
Familiarity with Microsoft Office Suite and scheduling software programs.
Strong reasoning and comprehension skills.
General knowledge of EM385-1
Responsibilities and Duties
Typical Duties :
Supervision and Coordination of Trade Contractors and Craft Workforce
Planning and Scheduling
Quality Assurance and Quality Control
Mentoring and Leadership
Participate in the planning and preparation of the project safety program.
Conduct daily safety huddles and regular weekly safety meetings.
Conduct Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) review during preparatory meetings with crews and subcontractors.
Assess the site-specific safety training needs and conduct site safety training.
Conduct regular walk through inspections of construction areas.
Identify, document and recommend resolution of hazardous/potential hazardous conditions; follow through to insure corrections have been made.
Investigate personal injury and property damage accidents.
Compile data, photographs, etc.; prepare all pertinent forms and reports per program procedures and federal, state, local regulations associated with accidents.
Issue various entry permits such as confined space as required.
Assist in conducting employee/craft and insurance inspectors on walk through tours. May accompany federal, state and insurance inspectors on walk through tours.
Assist in maintaining all safety systems and equipment, including but not limited to fire protection, fall protection, gas detectors, lock/out, tag/out and grounding systems.
Administer site craft safety incentive and disciplinary program.
Perform additional assignments per supervisor’s direction
Job Type: Full-time
Paid time off
Driver’s License (Preferred)
Work Location: On the road
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