SUPERINTENDENT

Clinton, Indiana

Summary

MSI values are apparent in everything we do. INTEGRITY: We act with honesty, fairness, respect, and safety, to further a culture of unquestioned integrity. INNOVATION: We find innovative solutions that add value to our clients’ projects. We are committed to investigating and implementing new products and procedures to ensure we stay on top of advancing technology, growth within our industry, and the changing needs of our clients. SAFETY: Protecting the health and safety of every employee is our top priority and is the foundation of our success. We incorporate safety and risk management procedures into our daily operations and ensure integration throughout the entire MSI organization. FLEXIBILITY: We work with our clients to provide the flexibility needed to ensure project targets are always met on time and within budget. PERFORMANCE: We provide excellent performance through schedule—driven crews and continually strive not only to meet client expectations, but to exceed them. TEAMWORK: Our integrated team has become our greatest asset. Working as a team allows our clients to benefit from the combined strength of our individual talents, skills, and expertise. FINANCIAL STRENGTH: We believe solid financial performance creates security for our clients and opportunity for our employees.

At MSI, we embrace diversity and inclusion not only with our employees but across all levels of our business, from suppliers to community partners, to our clients. We hire from all 50 states and multiple countries around the world to champion a multidimensional workforce that brings valuable differences in perspectives, work ethics, and ways of working into our organization. We foster ideas that take cross departmental collaboration to actualize and encourage everyone—from interns to executives to voice their ideas and leave an impact. It is our goal to create a respectful work environment where all employees feel valued, included, and empowered to be innovative leaders in our industry.

The MSI culture fosters a community that gives back, starting with our employees. As a result, we enacted our Volunteer Time off Policy to energize employees to contribute to the neighborhoods around them or for specific philanthropies they may feel strongly about.

POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES

The Superintendent will:

  • Attend all required pre job meeting(s)

  • Review the scope of each project with the Project Manager and Area Manager prior to beginning work

  • Receive and review all union contracts prior to union pre jobs

  • Set up job site prior to the start of the project

  • Review and understand cost codes prior to starting work

  • Communicate and maintain a good working relationship with INDOT, inspectors, subcontractors and owners

  • Ensure that all work is completed according to the specifications for the project

  • Coordinate all subcontractor operations

  • Manage the local union relationship

  • Supervise all on site employees for assigned projects.

  • Ensure that all EEO requirements are being met or good faith efforts are being made to meet those requirements and that the efforts are documented.

  • Complete all paperwork as required including but not limited to: daily timesheets with photo documentation, safe cards, weekly tool box talks, onboarding new employees, daily diaries, delivery tickets with cost codes, and fuel receipts.

  • Send daily timesheets and diary notes from any Foreman completing timecard under the

  • Superintendents supervision.

  • Ensure completed quantities are entered daily and accurately.

  • Generate a two (2) week look ahead schedule on template provided by Project Manager including but not limited to activities, equipment, personnel/craft, permanent or construction material needs, and Q/C testing needs

  • Verify that we have utility locates before any excavation is done

  • Maintain all tools and equipment assigned to his/her project

  • Ensure equipment checklists are completed as necessary

  • Guarantee that all required materials and equipment are on site as scheduled/needed

  • Ensure the maximum equipment utilization on the project

  • Oversee that the work, including the work of Subcontractors, is being done in compliance with OSHA Standards and company policies

  • Ensure that tool box talks are conducted on the first day of the work week and the sign in sheets are turned in

  • Ensure that safe cards are being done and turned in on a daily basis

  • Perform other work related duties as required

EDUCATION

GED

High School Diploma

POSITION REQUIREMENTS

  • Minimum of a Bachelors of Science degree in Civil Engineering, Construction Management or Equal

  • OSHA 30 Hour

  • Minimum of ten (10) year’s Field experience in Concrete, Induatrial, Commercial, and public works construction

  • Must be authorized to work in the United States now and in the future without company sponsorship

TRAINING

  • On the job, compliance, and safety

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY STATEMENT

MSI, and our family of companies, is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employer. We consider all qualified applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, disability or any other legally protected status. We also comply with all applicable laws governing employment practices and do not discriminate on the basis of any unlawful criteria.