POSITION: Low Voltage Superintendent
The Low Voltage Superintendent is able to work through their people to complete projects on time and on budget while maintaining company safety standards. This individual has mastered Journeyman level work and is able to communicate their vision to the team. The ideal candidate leads proactively, has a strong understanding of all planning materials and adheres to all NEC, state and local codes.
Direct all field construction activities and personnel to insure that the assigned project meets budget, schedule and safety objectives.
In conjunction with the Project Manager, creates and maintains project schedule; plans, monitors and reviews critical path dates and milestone schedules
Communicates site problems, conflicts, schedule and quality issues effectively to the Project Manager and owner
Resolves field construction problems
Maintains open communication between all subcontractors to ensure all required materials, equipment, inspections, etc. support project activities and project schedule
Motivating the team through action and leading by example
Consistently works to reduce labor cost through team development
Always adheres to company and job safety standards per OSHA and is a safety advocate on the job site
Understands all labels, job site maps/directions, instruction manuals, and written instructions
Able to plan, man load and forecast with a focus on managing materials
Understands cut-sheets and do lay-out
15+ years experience in the electrical trade
Must be able to travel.
Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite and basic computer skills
Detail-oriented with strong communication skills
Fiber and low voltage experience required
Direct Current experience preferred
Experience leading 20+ field staff
Previous supervisory experience required
Able to keep an open channel of communications between GC and PM
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