Location: Wainwright, AK
The Superintendent role is to plan, organize, and manage daily field activities in compliance with environmental regulations and adherence to the approved work plans. The Superintendent will be responsible for safe and efficient field operations at remote sites in Alaska. The Superintendent reports directly to ODS Project Manager.
- Plan, organize, and control daily field operations.
- Coordinate, direct, and lead field crews to safely execute planned activities concurrently at multiple locations on project site.
- Resolve isolated minor crew issues, if needed.
- Act as Site Safety Manager.
- Recognize potential hazards and direct use of appropriate PPE.
- Coordinate quality inspections with the project QC officer and Client representatives.
- Monitor and report equipment status and materials inventory.
- Follow proper safety and incident reporting procedures, bring problems to the attention of the Project Manager.
- Track and report hours worked, quantities produced, supplies used, additional materials needed, and schedule impacts.
- Monitor project progress identify variances and implement corrective actions.
- Maintain safe, secure, and healthy work environment by following and enforcing standards and procedures (comply with legal regulations).
- Coordinate project set up and close out.
- Other duties as assigned.
Responsible for field management of technical and skilled labor staff, both employees and subcontractors.
Education and/or Experience:
- Remote work in Alaska on contaminated sites is preferred.
- Prior Corps of Engineer experience is preferred.
- Experience loading and coordinating barge service is preferred.
- High school diploma or GED required.
- Minimum 5 years supervisory experience required.
- Experience with heavy equipment operations is required.
- Experience working in remote environments is preferred.
- Government contract performance experience is preferred.
- Safety training is a plus.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
- Written communication with project manager photo documentation, email, daily field reports, etc.
- Proficient with Microsoft Office products including Excel and Outlook.
- Ability to think strategically and work towards meeting short and long term goals.
- Ability to manage employee performance.
- Ability to recognize and utilize the experience and judgment of experienced crew members in accomplishing project goals.
- Ability to coordinate heavy equipment operations at multiple locations, and adjust priorities as needed.
- Ability to foster a positive work environment, embracing diversity and encouraging open communication.
- Demonstrate a good attitude and ability to work as a member of a team.
- Self-motivation and the ability to work effectively under a minimum of supervision.
- Strong attention to detail.
Certificates, Licenses, Registrations:
- Current driver’s license.
- 40-Hour HAZWOPER with current 8-Hour refresher.
The physical demands described herein are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this position. The employee must be able to stand, walk and sit for a prolonged period of time; drive; use hands and/or fingers to handle or feel objects, tools or controls; operate office equipment; reach with hands and arms; climb stairs; balance; stoop; kneel; talk and hear. Specific vision abilities required by the job include close and distant vision. The employee must occasionally lift and or move up to 50 pounds.
Travel from Anchorage to remote Alaska location is required and will be provided by employer. Project orientation and mobilization from Anchorage. Project close-out and final reporting in Anchorage.
Work is regularly performed outdoors in weather conditions that include rain, strong winds, and cold temperatures. Often near moving mechanical parts with noise and vibration.
The employee must recognize exposure to potential hazards, and direct the use of appropriate protective gear for himself and the crew. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate to loud.
Lodging, meals, and transportation will be provided while at the project site. Living conditions are basic with limited amenities: shared living quarters, shared bathrooms within close proximity; limited dining hall hours.
Various, usually remote sites.