Project Superintendent (PS)

PST Project Superintendent (PS)

Position Summary
The PS is responsible for the installation and removal of underground/aboveground storage tanks
(UST/AST) and the repair and upgrade of fueling systems. They also are required to schedule
inspections, control costs, complete paperwork, and maintain effective customer relations.

Supervision Exercised/Received
This position receives direction from the Project Manager (PM) and exercises direct supervision
over field staff. The PS is responsible for all employees assigned to their jobs including time
supervision and work performed.

Examples of Principal Duties:
• Supervise the installation/removal of UST/AST and repair/upgrade of fueling systems
• Keep track of project progress
• Adhere to system designs, specs, project schedule, and budget
• Adhere to industry standards, and company Standard Operating Procedure’s (SOP’s)
• Schedule subcontractors and inspections
• Schedule equipment delivery and pickup
• Ensure the availability of adequate and properly working equipment and tools
• Conduct on-site safety briefings
• Keep up with job budget and notebook
• Maintain accurate field records
• Report to PM daily
• Identify potential subcontractors and team members
• Distribute brochures and marketing materials to prospective new clients
• Model UST’s core values at all times
• Perform related duties as required

Qualification Guidelines:
• Minimum of 5 years as a Foreman, Superintendent, or equivalent role, in the industry
• An understanding of the fuel industry and job site safety requirements
• Knowledge of the principles of supervision and employee/customer relations
• Knowledge and experience with the rules and regulations concerning UST/AST guidelines
• Ability to read and understand drawings and specifications
• Must be able to travel out-of-state, overnight, and extensively at times

License or Certificate:
• Must have a valid driver’s license of the appropriate class
• Must have an ICC or a state UST Install License; or an A&B License
• Must have an OSHA 10-hour Certificate

Physical Requirements:
• Must be able to access and navigate all areas of the construction site in all types of
• Must be able to lift up to 50 pounds at times.