Construction Site Supervisor
The Construction Site Supervisor works with groups of volunteers in both a supervisory and instructional capacity.
- Perform all general construction tasks, including painting, drywall installation and finishing, rough carpentry, finish carpentry, heating, plumbing, electrical, flooring, general construction labor, and all other skills necessary for on-time job completion
- Educate and develop other construction staff and volunteers in all aspects of production and job site management, including regular progress reports on individual team members
- Accept direct responsibility for specific project sites, including a commitment to a zero-defect partner-family walk-through before final completion
- Ensure the delivery of quality, on-time production in line with project drawings, specifications, and schedule
- Maintain a working knowledge of project drawings, volunteer instruction manuals, specifications and other documents associated with each project assigned
- Exhibit a high level of responsibility for job site supervision, theft prevention, protection of resources, site safety, and site cleanliness
- Maintain job site paperwork, including but not limited to daily construction reports, volunteer registration, delivery receipts, accident reporting, and incident reporting
- Prepare and deliver material orders to the Construction Manager
- Coordinate for the provision of tools, equipment, and inventory for crews with the assistance of the Construction Manager
- Think safety and inspect job sites to ensure safety
- Lead and supervise volunteers on a regular basis
- Other duties as assigned by management
This hourly non-exempt position is a member of the GCHFH Construction Team and reports to the Construction Director. New Site Supervisors earn between $15.38-$16.83/hour depending on experience.
- Familiarity with all building trades involved in single-family residential construction, including knowledge of relevant building materials and tools
- Experience in and familiarity with residential construction framing
- Project Management experience; ability to read construction drawings preferred
- Excellent communication, teaching, training, and volunteer management skills
- Must possess a valid driver’s license and clean driving record
- Must pass a background check
- Computer literacy; experience with Microsoft Office, Windows XP, and Excel
- Commitment to creative problem solving and a cooperative work ethic
- Applicants are expected to perform demanding physical work and work at high levels with trusses, soffits, gables, etc. as the construction requires
- Capacity to handle multiple tasks and changing priorities
- Commitment to GCHFH Mission and the principles of HFHI
- Excellent written and communication skills
- Ability to work independently to resolve day to day goals for on-time job completion
To Apply: Submit your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
Only candidates selected for an interview will be notified.
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