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Project Superintendent (Project Manager 3, CLIN 03)
UDR is seeking qualified candidates for a Project Superintendent (Project Manager 3, CLIN 03) opportunity for our customer in Aiken, SC to support the Savannah River Site.
Duration 1 year (2000 hours Straight Time/500 hours Over Time per year)
Clearance required No
US citizenship required Yes
Closing date 12-10-2021
The purpose of this position, Project Superintendent, is to provide support to National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) Capital Projects for, various management responsibilities associated with the Savannah River Site (SRS). This subcontractor shall provide experience in the design and construction of nuclear, civil, and industrial facilities and possess the necessary skills to plan and direct the execution of the construction work. Safety is a primary responsibility for all employees working on and off SRS. Subcontractor shall obtain safety training, obey safety rules, and make safety an integral part of each task.
Under very limited supervision, performs in a senior role in the design and construction of nuclear, civil, and industrial facilities and possess the necessary skills to plan and direct the execution of the construction work. As a key member of the Construction team and the lead craft
superintendent on the project, the Project Superintendent must lead the project efforts to plan and safely execute required construction work. This includes but is not limited to the following:
Duties (not inclusive)
Overall responsibility for craft worker safety on the project implementing the project safety philosophy
Supervise all direct hire Superintendents assigned to the project
Allocate craft workers to specific work assignments on the project
Approve project direct hire work practices
Set and meet project cost and schedule targets
Coordinate direct hire work activities with subcontractor work activities
Ensure construction site cleanliness and housekeeping requirements are met
Ensure the quality of the work performed meets requirements
Monitor quantity reporting process
Monitor and control construction equipment utilization and maintenance
Ensure that site rigging work activities meet safety and site-specific requirements
Develop a plan for project transportation services
Develop (with assistance from project controls) forecast labor unit rates, Project distributable rates, and construction equipment costs for the project
Monitor and resolve craft jurisdictional assignments
Monitor and control work activities and craft timesheet approval process
Monitor and control Supt/General Foreman/Foreman and Foreman/Worker ratios on the project
Monitor and control tool usage on the site
Review the project design and identify potential changes which will improve the constructability of the work
Ensure that project automation tools are being effectively used by supervision and craft workers on the project
Approve craft staffing plans for the work to be performed
Approve project schedules and work plans for the work to be performed
Monitor and control the performance of Area/Discipline WorkFace Planning Team(s) with assistance from Area Superintendents/field engineering/planners, superintendents, and CDI team; participate in, implement, and positively influence the Advanced Work Packaging program as it pertains to the Construction WorkFace.
Monitor actual work performance against the project budget and schedule
Approve construction craft work performance and special skills input
Approve the layout of required temporary construction facilities for the project
Establish a working relationship and lines of communication with Area Superintendents, Project Field Engineer, Advanced Work Package Manager, Field Subcontracts and Procurement Manager, Construction Safety Manager, Construction QA Manager, Construction Services Manager, and other key supervisors on the project
Develop craft training plan for the project
Ensure that required design information is available to the crafts when needed
Monitor the use of calibrated measuring and test equipment on the project
Approve Project Material Requisitions for tools and consumables and ensure that the crafts have the tools they require to be productive
Identify construction critical items that have the potential of impacting the work schedule
Develop and implement a plan for system and area turnovers that coordinates the activities of all craft disciplines (in coordination with field engineering)
Monitor project compliance with the Environmental Control Plan
Monitor jobsite work rule compliance
Subcontractor must successfully complete the duties assigned in 3.1.1 above, as demonstrated during the period of performance and verified by the service providers manager or designee on a weekly basis.
Subcontractor shall be responsible for the management and execution of assigned programs/projects in accordance with the requirements of SRNS, and the operating policies and principles. The Subcontractor is accountable for the execution of the work in accordance with the quality standards and required specifications for the project.
Background / Experience / Skills
The incumbent must have a bachelors degree with minimum of 15 years (or meet education equivalency requirements) directly related experience in the design and construction of nuclear, civil, and industrial facilities and possess the necessary skills to plan and direct the execution of the construction work. A working knowledge of unionized labor construction and labor relations is essential. Previous experience directly supervising craft and superintendents, and subcontractors on large, and/or mega-project size projects with greater than 500 craft is desired. Knowledge of large demolition projects is desired. Expert knowledge of all aspects of all aspects of construction such as: technology, equipment, means and methods, trade agreements and jurisdiction, engineering, cost/labor control, scheduling, and safety requirements. The ability to read and understand multi-discipline construction drawings and specifications programs, as necessary.
Ability to communicate with managers and professionals to negotiate, advise, and persuade on expeditious use of services.
Period of Performance Schedule
Work schedule will be a nominal 40-hour work week but can be part-time or with interruption between on-site requirements dependent on the support requirements necessary for the project. It is estimated that each standard year will consist of two- thousand and eighty hours
The Subcontractor shall provide one Project Superintendent (Project Manager 3, (CLIN03), as defined in the Performance Work Statement for NNSA Capital Services Engineering & Professional Support for: All NNSA Capital Projects (PWS-A0300-585372) attachment A, table entitled, "Approved Labor Categories.
Must be a US Citizen.
SECURITY: An active DOE clearance is not initially required to perform assigned duties. Subcontract personnel must have the ability to obtain and maintain a DOE "Q" security clearance. After award, the selected uncleared candidate may be required to apply for a DOE clearance.
For immediate consideration, please submit your resume to email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org.
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