Sloan Construction, a company of Reeves Construction Company, has been a key partner in the infrastructure growth of the Southeast since the companys founding in Americus, Georgia, in 1955. For more than a half-century, Reeves Construction has expanded to meet the needs of the region as the demands for improved infrastructure increase. As weve grown, Reeves has formed new partnerships and branched out to new subsidiaries from Sloan Construction in South Carolina and North Carolina, R.B. Baker Construction in Georgia and Florida, to Southeast Emulsion in South Carolina and Georgia to meet transportation construction needs from heavy construction services, excavation and site work, to underground utilities, bridge construction, and asphalt paving and materials supply. Reeves Construction Company is a complete maintenance and rehabilitation company dedicated to meet the specific needs of the roadway, airport, bridge, and military maintenance market. Reeves prides itself as a leader in the transportation construction industry, not only for its quality products, but also for its high company standards of safety and performance. Our companys success is based on a foundation of exceptional accomplishments, with an eye on innovation for the future.
Company: Sloan Construction
Reports to the General Superintendent or Project Manager. The Assistant Superintendent is responsible for field implementation of the contract documents of the projects he has been assigned.
In the absence of the Project Superintendent or on a project they has been assigned, they directs the field activities of employees, subcontractors and suppliers. In close conjunction with the Project Superintendent or the Project Manager, they are responsible to see that their project is built on schedule and within budget.
Participate with the Project Superintendent or the Project Manager in preparing a schedule of construction activities and their sequence, the organization structure and staff selection, and the Manpower and construction equipment requirements of the project for the pre-bid and post-award meetings.
Analyze construction equipment requirements with the Project Superintendent or the Project Manager and provide necessary equipment as required to utilize manpower efficiently.
Assist the Project Superintendent or the Project Manager in ordering materials and coordination of subcontractors on the project as required.
Direct and control the total construction of the project he is assigned to meet specifications within the time scheduled and in an efficient manner to produce the expected profit.
Determine, and convey to subordinates, the most efficient construction techniques to be employed to assure quality and efficiency in construction.
Conduct the weekly schedule and coordinating meeting.
Be responsible for project safety and compliance with Company safety program
Higher level of reading plans, performing layouts without supervision.
Basic Carpentry as it relates to the building and bracing of wooden forms and false work.
Drive Pile must be able to work off the ground positioning pile in leads, climbing ladders up to 60 feet.
Steel and Concrete Girder Erection must be able to work off the ground assembling and -guiding girders into final position, including handling as needed to preset.
Able to clearly explain steps, provide clear directions and answer questions while organizing subordinates.
Able to properly train subordinates on the tasks being performed.
Able to work and supervise others in a safe manner within the guidelines of the companys policies.
Have mathematical and analytical skills necessary to do timesheets, including quantities.
Able to read and check grades.
Able to identify potential schedule conflicts, and problems and communicate with Supervisor.
Able to read blueprints and formulate a work plan.
Basic computer skills, project management software experience, (Heavy Job) a plus.
Able to work days, nights and weekends as scheduled.
Minimum of 5 years in bridge/heavy highway construction
Prior supervisory experience.
Valid Drivers License
Ability to lift and manipulate objects up to 80 lbs for 50 feet is required.
Ability to work at heights up to and above 10 feet.
Must be able to come to work every day.
JOB ENVIRONMENT/WORKING CONDITIONS:
99% of time is spent working at heavy construction job sites, working in the elements
Some driving is required.
Sloan Construction is an Equal Opportunity /Affirmative Action Employer dedicated to promoting diversity and maintaining a drug-free workplace. It is our policy to ensure that applicants are considered for employment based on their qualifications without regard to their race, religion (including religious dress and grooming practices), creed, sex, gender, gender identity, gender expressions, sexual orientation, color, national origin, ancestry, age, physical or mental disability, pregnancy (including pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding or related medical conditions), immigration status, citizenship, genetic information, medical conditions, protected veteran status, uniform service member status, familial status, marital status, registered domestic partner status or any other classification protected by applicable federal, state, or local laws. Applicants are treated on the basis of their job-related qualifications, ability and performance. We are committed to equal employment opportunity for all employees and applicants and provide a workplace free of harassment and discrimination. This Policy applies to aspects of employment including recruitment, hiring, training and development, promotion, termination, compensation, benefits, and all other terms and conditions of employment in accordance with applicable federal, state, and local laws. For more information about your EEO rights as an applicant, please click here and here. For notification on E-Verify click here and for information on Right to Work, click here.
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