PST Senior Project Superintendent (SPS)

PST Senior Project Superintendent (SPS)

Under direction, supervises the installation and removal of underground/aboveground storage tanks (UST/AST) and the repair and upgrade of fueling systems. Also responsible for ordering parts, scheduling inspections, controlling costs, completing all required administrative paperwork and maintaining effective customer relations. Coordinate and manage all project Superintendents, acting as a liaison between the Superintendents and the Project Managers. Performs Quality Control inspections and insures adherence to our client’s plans and specifications.

Distinguishing Characteristics
The PS is the supervisory level over the positions that work out in the field. It is distinguished from the other positions by having responsibility over all personnel assigned to the job and the work performed. Work is performed within a broad framework of general policy and requires creativity and resourcefulness to accomplish goals and objectives and in applying concepts, plans and strategies. Work is judged primarily on overall results and requires the development of recommendations consistent with directives, policies and regulations.

Supervision Exercised/Received
Receives direction from the Division Manager and Project Manager as it relates to projects; exercises direct supervision over field personnel.

Examples of Essential Duties
The following duties represent the principal job duties; however, they are not all-inclusive.

  • Supervise the installation/removal of UST/AST and repair/upgrade of fueling systems
  • Adhere to system design & specs, project schedule & budget
  • Adhere to industry standards & company SOP’s
  • Schedule subcontractors and inspections
  • Order parts and schedule equipment delivery and pickup
  • Ensure the availability of adequate and properly working equipment and tools
  • Inspects jobsite for safety and takes corrective action as needed.
  • Maintain accurate project records & good customer relations
  • Daily report to Project Manager
  • Weekly reports to Division Manager
  • Assessing and managing labor requirements and project schedule
  • Site visits as needed for quality control and safety issues
  • Maintain good communication with owner/client keeping them informed as to projects progress
  • Assist the PM’s with job planning, coordination etc
  • Scouts for new team members and takes an active role in their recruitment.
  • Train/mentor superintendents in training

Examples of Other Duties
The following duties represent duties that are generally performed by
this position, but are not considered to be principal job duties:

  • Distribute brochures & marketing materials to prospective new clients
  • Identify and onboard potential subcontractors and partners.
  • Perform related duties as required

Qualification Guidelines
Knowledge of:

  • Principles of supervision and employee and customer relations
  •  Rules and regulations concerning UST/AST guidelines
  • Effective communication, both orally and in writing
  • Ability to read and understand drawings and specifications

License or Certificate:

  • Must possess a valid State of Texas driver’s license of the appropriate class.
  • Must possess an A & B license

Career Ladder Information
Experience gained in this classification may serve to meet the minimum requirements for promotion to Project Manager.