Habitat for Humanity of Greenville County- Construction Site Superintendent

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Organization Habitat for Humanity of Greenville County

Location Greenville SC

Job Title Construction Site Superintendent

Pay Rate or Range $44k - $51k

Job Description 

SUMMARY:

Provide leadership and supervision to volunteers on HFHGC construction sites and ensure each HFHGC construction project is completed in a safe, timely, and cost-effective manner.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES:

• Ensure that construction activity takes place in a safe manner, consistent with affiliate safety policies and procedures

• Drive manual transmission non-CDL box truck, complete legally-required DOT physical

• Ensure the necessary tools and equipment are delivered and organized onsite for each volunteer build day

• On-site coordination of subcontractors and deliveries of all building materials needed to build homes in organized fashion (pre, during and post construction sub duties)

• Update material takeoffs as necessary on each project to ensure accuracy. Provide information to New Construction Project Manager.

• Update subcontractor schedules with any repair or item not completed per their contract with HFHGC

• Understand purchase order process to communicate with staff, vendors and subcontractors

• Schedule all necessary inspections and ensure passing scores and good relationship with inspectors

• Ensure that homeowner orientations and first and second pre-closing homeowner walkthroughs are performed with each Partner Family (coordinate with New Construction Project Manager)

• Assist with addressing warranty issues, following all established processes

• Assist with homeowner walk-throughs one year after move-in to follow-up on warrantable items

• Ensure Tools, equipment and vehicles assigned to you are appropriately maintained

• Assist with office maintenance needs

• Assist in editing HFHGC Construction Handbook; Know the handbook and actively use on site

• Suggest potentially advantageous building practices and material cost savings opportunities to New Construction Project Manager

• Attend and pursue any relevant continuing education opportunities as needed or required

• Participate in Task Leader/QAT Trainings (help teach 3-4 TL trainings per year; attend all QAT meetings possible)

• Assist with Home Preservation projects as needed

• Assist in maintenance of warehouse as part of the construction team

• Supervise and provide leadership to volunteers on HFHGC work sites from beginning to 100% completion

• Supervise AmeriCorps Construction crew members on and off site

• Treat partner families and homeowners with respect and dignity. Make partner families’ involvement in the construction process meaningful • Ensure that volunteers consistently have positive and productive experiences

• Ensure that all safety regulations and procedures are followed on and off HFHGC work sites (staff, volunteers and AmeriCorps)

• All other duties that may be assigned by the New Construction Project Manager

SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS:

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

• 1-3 years Construction Experience; 3 years preferred

• Associate’s Degree or comparable qualifications; Bachelor’s Degree in Building Science or related field preferred

• A desire to work with and manage small and large groups of volunteers on a weekly basis

• Ability to work a Tuesday-Saturday schedule

• Valid Driver’s License

• Possession of or desire to obtain a SC Home Builder’s License

• Prefer CAD, Revit or similar drawing skills