About Us: Looking for an opportunity to make a lasting mark on future generations and the communities they call home? Look no further. Peabody General Contractors is your trusted partner, with over four decades of excellence in underground utility services across central Texas. We invite you to be a part of our dedicated team.
At Peabody General Contractors, we're more than just a workplace – we're a family. With over 40 years of experience serving central Texas, we've established ourselves as leaders in private, commercial, and municipal underground utility services. Our passion lies in the rehabilitation and installation of vital infrastructure, including water lines, wastewater systems, storm sewers, lift stations, fire lines, and water treatment facilities.
We foster a culture built on innovation, community involvement, safety, and excellence. Teamwork and communication are at the heart of our success, creating an inclusive environment where every voice matters. Our team is comprised of highly skilled individuals, just like you, who are ready to put their best boot forward. Get ready to unearth your true potential and #digdeep into the exciting world of Peabody General Contractors!
About this Role: We are seeking highly dedicated and experienced Plant Superintendent to oversee and manage on-site activities for construction projects. Plant Superintendents play a pivotal role in ensuring that projects are completed on time, within budget, and with the specified level of quality. Join our team to enjoy excellent benefits, collaborate with a friendly team, and earn competitive wages.
Characteristics Duties and Responsibilities: Plant Superintendents are responsible for supervising the field construction of projects, ensuring they are completed in line with the contract and quality specifications.
Providing leadership and maintaining positive working relationships with on-site staff, including the management of various crews.
Thoroughly understanding project contracts, specifications, design details, and addenda.
Reviewing project documents for design issues, impractical details, and potential code violations, reporting them to the Project Manager.
Assisting in developing and updating the project schedule.
Planning and reviewing project scope, including quality control, safety practices, temporary utilities, equipment, and manpower.
Coordinating, directing, monitoring, and inspecting the activities of subcontractors, suppliers, and labor.
Ensuring all necessary permits and licenses are obtained.
Cooperating with inspection agencies and implementing necessary actions based on their reports.
Managing and documenting equipment rentals within the project budget.
Recording and reporting the percentage of work completed each month.
Documenting all Requests for Information (RFI), Changes of Scope, and more.
Reviewing and approving daily reports, as-built prints, and invoices.
Maintaining good relations and communication with all project stakeholders, including the public.
Skills, Abilities, and Knowledge:
Reviewing invoices to ensure accuracy.
Working with the Project Manager and Project Administrator on billing.
Overseeing the site crew's adherence to safety protocols and holding weekly safety meetings.
Collaborating with the Safety Manager on all aspects of project safety.
Proficiency in interpreting blueprints, plans, and redlines, grading, and equipment operation.
Strong organization and communication skills.
Education: High school diploma or GED (preferred).
Experience: At least 5 years of experience in underground utilities/facilities work. A minimum of 3 years of foreman experience in the underground utility sector.
Comprehensive knowledge of OSHA and safety requirements (OSHA 30 certification required)
Valid CPR/AED certificate.
Valid driver's license.
Position Type/Expected Hours of Work: This position typically involves standard business hours, it may frequently require flexibility, including long hours, weekend work, night work, overtime and remaining on-call.
Physical Demands: The job involves various physical activities, including sitting, standing, walking, driving, climbing ladders, squatting, kneeling, reaching, grasping, pushing, pulling, twisting, bending, lifting and carrying objects weighing up to 50 lbs. multiple times per shift, using fingers, talking, listening, and maintaining visual awareness.
Work Environment: The work environment involves an equal balance of indoor and outdoor settings. There may be potential exposure to extreme hot or cold temperatures for periods exceeding one hour. Workers may experience distracting or uncomfortable noise levels and vibrations affecting the body or extremities. There is a risk of bodily injury from mechanical parts and electricity. Additionally, there's a possibility of exposure to fumes, odors, or other substances that may impact respiration and skin.
How to Apply: To apply, please visit our careers page at careers.peabodygeneral.com. We only accept online applications. For questions please reach out to our Human Resources department at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note that while this job description provides an overview of the main responsibilities, requirements, working conditions, and qualifications for this position, it is subject to potential modifications and updates to align with the evolving needs of the company.
What Safety means to us! Our unwavering commitment to safety creates the foundation for a rewarding career, where your well-being is our top priority. Experience a company that invests in advanced safety protocols, providing you with the tools and support needed to excel while ensuring your security. At PGC, every employee has the power to halt any job site if safety concerns arise. Join our team and become part of a workplace where your voice matters.
Peabody General Contractors is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. All aspects of employment are based on performance, competence, and business needs. We hire individuals without regard to race, national origin, ancestry, disability, medical condition, color, religion, sex, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, veteran status, or any other status protected by Federal, State, or Local law.
This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation, and training.
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
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