Superintendent

Website Brock Canada; Field Services

Superintendent

Broad Function
This position reports directly to the Project Manager on supporting and growing the business by coordinating all site construction activities and supervises all field personnel as required to successfully complete the project on schedule and within budget. Ensures all assigned projects are delivered safely, consistently and effectively and are profitably managed and compliant. Supports building the Brock brand by providing world class service quality to all stakeholders.

Essential Functions
Promote, demonstrate and instill Brock’s Bsafe and Bbest culture in all aspects of the business
Responsible for site safety, quality, cost and schedule
Ensure proper planning and scheduling of resources, monitoring, and taking corrective actions
Assist Project Manager in developing and implementing project Execution Plan, Quality Control Plan, and Site Safety Plan.
Own the planning and implementation of a project by executing detailed project plans which include timelines, scheduling, logistics, purchasing and training plans
Build strong cross-functional operating partnerships across the organization (as defined in role success profile)
Ability to understand the contract and successfully initiate change orders
Manage changes to project scope through defined change management process
Effectively resolves customer issues / discrepancies
Ensure that all appropriate authorizations and approvals are in place and job site is free of hazards and or dangerous conditions. prior to the commencement of any work
Assist in quoting and performing preliminary job walks for defined projects
Responsible for leveraging opportunities to cross sell Brock’s product and service offerings
Maintains communication with Project Manager and Business Development to ensure customers’ needs are met
Identify all operations aspects of the job including: labor, equipment, consumables and materials along with any sub-contract requirements
Coordinate with Asset Management and Customer on planning/scheduling, and determining materials & manpower demands for defined projects
Work with Business Development and Estimating to transition the job from sales to operations utilizing the Healthy Start process
Responsible for job cost management and profitability for assigned projects, including daily tracking and reporting for billable and non-billable activities.
Identify appropriate KPIs based on customer and PM requirements and works with project controls to ensure that the site is tracking the proper data and taking corrective action as required.
Audit ongoing operations and identifies opportunities for field efficiencies and standardization of methods to improve margins
Manage outsourced services within project constraints
Follow Brock’s procurement process and manages vendor relationships
Manage site supervision and ensures scope, job efficiency and productivity are met
Conduct effective performance evaluations and mentors site and supervision and craft employees
Identify knowledge gaps and ensures that all site personnel receive appropriate training
Determine labor requirements and recruit and hire talented craft personnel within budgeted constraints
Ensure all current personnel policies and procedures are implemented and compliant
Work closely with Regional HR Manager to resolve all employee issues fairly and equitably
Stay current on industry trends and work practices and participates in continuing education opportunities
Attend any site meeting where information is exchanged relating to Brock scope work.
Don’t wait to be invited to meetings, be proactive and seek out opportunities to become involved
All Client/Brock incident reporting policies are met or exceeded
Superintendent is responsible to review safety manual stated policies vs. industry or regulatory policies and make recommendations for enhancement to BSL stated policies.
Working Conditions
Working conditions include outdoor and indoor field, yard and shop locations.
Site specific hazardous environments
Working indoors in an office environment
Utilization of Personal Protective Equipment is necessary.
Willingness to work in highly varying schedule as site conditions dictate
Skills & Abilities:
Ability to work within a highly service-oriented team culture
Strong understanding of operational impacts on profitability
Understands the meaning and implications of key performance indicators
Works with PM to generate, evaluate, and act on strategic options and opportunities
Manages conflict with a minimum of noise by integrating diverse views and finding common ground or acceptable alternatives
High degree of technical ability such as: read/interpret engineering plans, product knowledge, etc.
Ability and willingness to seek out areas for improvement and solve problems
Demonstrates courage to address difficult issues
Demonstrates good judgment in selecting methods and techniques for obtaining solutions
Proven communication and interpersonal skills, including strong leadership skills
Strong customer focus on relationship building
Strong organizational skills with ability to multi-task
High energy level, strong sense of ethics, discretion and adherence to process
Proficient in Microsoft Office Tools, such as Excel, PowerPoint, Project and Word.
Ability to meet deadlines and work independently
Comfortable working in a hands-on environment
Education & Experience
5 years’ of craft supervision experience
5 years’ tank panel insulation experience
Advanced craft or project certifications desirable (NACE, NCCER, PMP, PMI, etc.)
Knowledge of employment practices (hiring and termination; discipline, attendance, employment regulations, pay practices, etc.)
Department: Operations
This is a full time position

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