Brasfield & Gorrie, LLC

  • Structural Steel/Iron-worker Superintendent

    Location US-AL-Birmingham
    Job ID
  • Responsibilities

    Brasfield & Gorrie, a leading General Contractor in the Southeast, is searching for a Construction Superintendent experienced in multi-million dollar Structural Steel/Iron-worker construction projects. A successful candidate should have 5+ years as a Superintendent on large Structural Steel/Iron-worker construction projects.


    Responsibilities (other duties may be assigned):


    • Advocates safety as number one priority on the jobsite and enforces compliance with company and jobsite safety plan and policies and all safety-related regulations
    • Partners with Estimating, Division Management and Project Management to supervise, direct, and coordinate management of construction projects, including direct liaison with owner, designers, and subcontractors to ensure efficient and orderly performance of the job
    • Develops and implements detailed schedules and production plans with budget and safety goals in mind
    • Assists Project Manager in the preparation of  project status reports
    • Responsible for daily reports, progress reports, compliance reports and logs
    • Oversees the review of plans and drawings in accordance with contract documents and the coordination of shop drawings
    • Procures tools and materials needed for the project to ensure availability according to the work schedule
    • Determines staffing levels and timing considering building methodology as well as the availability of tools and equipment for each phase of the construction project
    • Recruits, hires and directs the work of all company onsite field personnel in accordance with HR processes and procedures
    • Prepares or oversees submission of payroll to Payroll Department and all documentation required to comply with HR and Payroll policies and procedures
    • Confers with supervisory personnel and employees (with appropriate assistance from HR and Legal) to resolve complaints and grievances within the work force
    • Works with supervisory personnel and employees, engineers, architects, subcontractors, inspectors, and supplier of tools and materials to improve construction methods and resolve construction issues
    • Ensures construction schedules are adhered to by determining appropriate staffing levels and material and tool procurement
    • Supervises and coordinates subcontractors to monitor their compliance with subcontract terms
    • Follows and enforces company policies and procedures
    • Coordinates and oversees regulatory inspection



    Education - Skills - Knowledge - Qualifications & Experience

    Special Skills/Knowledge:

    • Act and operate in a 'safety first' manner
    • 5+ Years of Structural Steel/Iron-worker experience in supervisory role
    • Experience with Rigging, Setting, Bolting, and Erecting steel structures.
    • Experience in overseeing Critical Picks.
    • Must be able to pass the pre-employment drug screen and background check
    • Communication Skills - Ability to write routine reports and correspondence. Ability to speak effectively before groups of employees of the organization. Bi-Lingual (English/Spanish) a plus
    • Must have expert knowledge of industry standards, processes, and techniques regarding all aspects of structural steel/ironwork construction methods.
    • Computer Skills - Competent and knowledgeable computer skills. Must be familiar with Microsoft Office Programs.
    • Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule format.
    • Ability to read and understand blueprints.

    Physical Requirements:

    • Works significant portion of day outside on construction site
    • Must be able to stand for long periods and work at heights
    • Must be able to work in all types of weather (including exposure to extremes of hot and cold) and in all kinds of work environments
    • Able to lift/move up to 70 pounds
    • Able to stand; crawl; climb ladders & stairs; balance; stoop and kneel; etc (physical activities associated with construction sites)
    • Must be able to withstand for long periods of time noise, fumes, airborne particles, etc. associated with construction sites
    • Use of hands to finger, handle or feel objects, tools or controls


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