NOW HIRING: Superintendent

Department: Rush Commercial Construction, a division of The Rush Companies

Reports To: General Superintendent

FLSA Classification: Exempt 


Job Summary

Rush Commercial Construction, Inc., is currently seeking a high-talent Superintendent to join a well-established regional construction company that specializes in Class A office, healthcare, multi-family developments, and senior housing. The ideal Superintendent is an expert in successfully managing all field operations of a construction project. The Superintendent is responsible for representing the company and its Guiding Principles while ensuring that company policies are adhered to with regard to safety, scheduling, quality, budgeting, and customer service/satisfaction. This position must demonstrate strong collaboration and leadership capabilities coupled with outstanding organization and time management skills. 


Essential Duties & Responsibilities 

• Strong ability to read and understand construction drawings and peripheral documents 

Familiar with requirements of construction drawings, specifications, and terms and conditions of project contracts, subcontracts, and purchase orders 

• Utilize knowledge of construction practices 

Ability to develop site logistics plan and coordinate with franchise utility providers 

• Understand and identify constructability issues before they disrupt work 

• Be proactive in problem-solving, offer a solution at the time the challenge is presented 

• Proven track record demonstrating self-motivation and ability to operate independently 

• Prepare, forecast, and maintain responsibility for CPM project schedule - meet milestone dates 

• Ensure quality control of materials and mechanical attachments in accordance with structural design 

• Promote and enforce a clean, safe, and secure job site as required 

• Regular “on time” attendance 

• Safeguard materials against loss and damage, minimize waste 

Inspection and monitoring of subcontractor operations to ensure compliance with contract 

• Coordinate site testing and inspections 

Prepare and submit daily reports 

Attend and participate in owner/subcontractor meetings 

• Maintain daily tool log including, but not limited to, ladders, scaffolds, lasers, calibration, extension cords, and mechanical guards 

• Ethical, honest, and accountable 

• Willing and able to follow directions 

• Ability to travel in the Pacific Northwest Region as required by management 


Supporting Duties & Responsibilities 

• Is the #1 advocate for jobsite safety 

• If not Chair, present at all weekly safety meetings 

• Superintendent to forecast long lead items by assessing schedule or accelerating the current schedule 

• Exhibits strong leadership qualities 

• Brings a willingness to train and mentor less experienced field personnel at any level 

• Ability to maintain discretion and confidentiality at all times 


Job Requirements 

- High school diploma or equivalent combination of education and experience 

- Minimum 7+ years of related construction experience in scheduling, field supervision, procurement, and knowledge of production throughout all phases of construction 

Special Skills 

Proven written and verbal communication abilities; strong overall management, planning, problem-solving and negotiation skills. Delegates work appropriately; proficient using computer applications, specifically Microsoft Office products, Microsoft Project, Procore, and Bluebeam. 

Certifications and/or Licenses 

First Aid and CPR trained, CESCL, and 30 Hour OSHA 


Physical Requirements 

The physical demands of this job may require transporting materials at various job sites, operating equipment/machinery, and performing construction-related tasks on an active construction site. 

Our team members at The Rush Companies have a strong reputation for exercising integrity, good judgment, and sound business practices in our dealings with clients, consultants, subcontractors, and suppliers. We are committed to selecting only those individuals who share in our loyalties while also maintaining our standards of quality and safety. 


Pay and Benefits

Pay: $110,000 - $140,000

Benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision, Health Savings Account, Life Insurance, 401(K) matching, Tuition Reimbursement, Professional Assistance Program, Employee Assistance Program, Paid Time Off, Bonus Pay, Referral Program.


How to Apply

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Equal Opportunity & Drug-Free Employer 

Disclaimer: This job description is only a summary of the typical functions of the job, not an exhaustive or comprehensive list of all possible job duties and responsibilities