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Talascend is currently seeking an Electrical Superintendent for a contract opportunity located in Waynesboro, GA.
The Electrical Field Superintendent is responsible for electrical field construction and installation activities including temporary power systems & facilities. This includes, but is not limited to, the following:
Provide leadership and take personal accountability for the safety, environmental, health, accident prevention, and fire prevention programs on the project.
Demonstrate a personal commitment to safety.
Understand and apply all design and industry quality requirements to all assigned work.
Determine manpower, tools, equipment and material requirements for electrical craft.
Develop daily craft assignments to be performed and review work accomplished.
Prepare short and long term schedules, interface with other discipline superintendents and field engineers.
Supervise and direct subordinate personnel and craft in construction activities within electrical discipline.
Develop electrical craft loading and manpower forecasts.
Monitor actual work performance compared to the project budget and schedule.
Coordinate activities with other disciplines and clients' resident representative as instructed by construction management.
Perform personnel evaluations on subordinate personnel.
Ensures the most current design documentation is being utilized to complete activities.
Coordinate subcontractor labor supervision and craft distribution as required.
Interface with Labor/Industrial Relations for craft recruitment and training programs.
Candidate must have minimum of 5 - 10 years electrical field experience relating to construction of nuclear plants. facilities.
Minimum of 5 years experience in Electrical installations, specifically with Raceway, Equipment and Cable.
Good computer skills plus and working knowledge of current industry quality construction procedures and standards.
Must have the right to work and remain in the United States.
Must have a valid U.S. Drivers License.
Must be able to climb ladders.