Broadmoor was founded in 1973, as an expansion to Boh Bros. Construction, one of the largest civil contractors based in the State of Louisiana.
Broadmoor's corporate culture is based on very basic principles which define who and what we are: the importance we place on our people, the pride we take in our projects and accomplishments, and the value of a satisfied customer. The emphasis on these principles exists throughout our organization and is a part of every decision we make.
In fact our core purpose is “To Honorably Serve Our Communities”. If this sounds like you and a company your want to be part of read the open position description below and submit your application to become part of our family.
The Senior Superintendent leads the field operations staff for his/her assigned construction project(s). This position is responsible for the oversight of all field/job site operations including scheduling, safety, and quality control from start-up to completion/closeout. The Senior Superintendent reports to the Director of Field Operations and has Superintendent and or Assistant Superintendent Direct Reports.
FLSA Classification: Exempt
- Preconstruction Planning/Mobilization – Works with project staff to develop the project schedule. Review drawings, specifications, and budget and contract documents for all phases of the project. Generate the project safety and storm water protection plan in coordination with the safety director. Coordinates the mobilization of the jobsite and offices; including documenting jobsite conditions in and around adjacent properties prior to the start of work, developing the jobsite equipment plan, site logistics and traffic plan.
- Contract Administration and Management – Reviews the scope of work for all subcontracts, purchase orders, and RFI's with the Project Manager prior to issuing them. Monitor the daily reports and field documentation as needed with the Superintendent.
- Financial Accounting and Cost Controls – Reviews job costs and monthly projections with the Project Manager. Ensures accuracy and timely approval of invoicing and all dray and time & material tickets. Monitors the reporting of timesheets and payroll. Maintains the equipment log, consumable material purchasing, and pricing review.
- Schedule Management – Responsible for the execution, daily review, and weekly progress reporting of the schedule; and making adjustments to the schedule as needed. Ensures that the project manager is notified when subcontractors fall behind on the schedule and is responsible for reviewing and monitoring the recovery plan as needed.
- Operation and Field Support - Manages and coordinates all field activities and problem solving. Coordinates all site logistics, maintenance, and dimensional control. Facilitates weekly field subcontractor meetings. Monitors safety, quality control, scheduling of inspections, posting of permits/bulletins, and reporting of daily reports. Participates in project management and preparatory meetings.
- Project Closeout – Manages the punch-out, final cleaning, and occupancy process and coordinates the demobilization of the project.
- Additional responsibilities as assigned periodically by Supervisor.
- Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited University in Construction Management, Engineering, or related curriculum or equivalent work experience.
- 7+ years related commercial construction project work experience.
- Strong working knowledge of project planning and scheduling for construction trades (all disciplines).
- Familiarity with Microsoft Office Suite and scheduling software programs.
- Proven skills in the areas of math, as well as excellent teamwork, communication (written and oral), and interpersonal skills.
- Strong reasoning and comprehension skills.
The physical demands of this position must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit for an extended period of time and frequently stand and walk. The employee frequently is required to use hands to finger, handle, or feel: and reach with hands and arms; talk and hear. The employee will occasionally lift and/or move office equipment up to 20 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include viewing computer monitors. Some duties in this position are performed under periodically disagreeable working conditions of a jobsite including: working outside, at times in inclement weather; and exposure to water, dust, dirt, grease, paint fumes, chemicals, and equipment noise and vibration. Most work is performed in an office environment during normal business hours.