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DATE ADDED: Thu 27/09/2018

Construction Superintendent

Brunswick, USA


Job Description



With a partnering approach, Robins & Morton works on construction projects of all sizes, creating a collaborative and transparent environment with our clients, trade partners and of course, our Robins & Morton team. Along with that collaborative spirit is an opportunity for everyone to contribute innovative ideas for improvement, opportunities to learn new skills and to develop into better leaders.     


Robins & Morton is looking for a Superintendent to lead the planning, organization, integration and completion of our dynamic projects. Specifically, the Superintendent will provide servant-minded, relationship oriented leadership, earning the trust & respect of others, leading to efficient & collaborative services for our clients.  


If you’re motivated to take on the challenge of leading day to day tasks that contribute to the big picture of large-scale projects, then we’re interested in you! 



We’re looking for a collaborative, organized leader who’s not afraid of a challenge, with a degree, preferably (can be substituted with experience), in Building Science, Construction Management or Civil Engineering. The candidate will need to have 10+ years of construction experience/training. Healthcare construction experience is a plus.


YOUR DAY-TO-DAY:(Reasonable accommodations will be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the job.)



  • Plan procedures based on start & completion times & staffing requirements for each phase.

  • Maintain client and designer relations.

  • Plan & set up efficient jobsite layout, including site utilization and primary control. 

  • Plan & establish flow of the work activities on the project. 

  • Direct development of overall Project Schedule. 

  • Arrange for & schedule inspections by government officials and consultants.

  • Maintain a clean, safe, orderly jobsite, utilizing 5s.

  • Maintain daily project diaries for duration of the project. 

  • Review shop drawings for conformance to contract and field conditions.

  • Manage procurement of tools & materials.

  • Prequalify, hire & lead all field team. Approve weekly field time cards. 

  • Review & evaluate all subcontracts and vendor purchase orders.

  • Uphold R&M Infection Control, Interim Life Safety & Building Envelope Policies & Procedures. 

  • Uphold Drug, Alcohol and Harassment policies.

  • Uphold jobsite safety in compliance with OSHA regulations & R&M Safety Program.

    Manage: Field Superintendents, MEP Coordinators, Assistant Superintendents, Project Engineers, Field Engineers, Safety Engineers, Foremen, Field Assistants, Field Office Assistants, Jobsite Assistants & all craft persons. May also manage: Assistant Project Manager, Project Manager. 

  • Lead in accordance with R&M Policies & Procedures & any applicable state & federal laws.



  • Participate in establishing profit/time objectives for Operations Manager review/approval.

  • Conduct project trade partner & owner meetings. 

  • Work with supervisors & trade partners to resolve workforce grievances.


Cotinuous Improvement

  • Take measures to ensure progression towards overall project schedule & time requirements. 

  • Uphold R&M quality control management.

  • Lead supervisors & trade partners engaged in planning & executing work, interpreting specifications & coordinating various phases of construction to prevent delays. 

  • Prepare/review reports on progress, materials & costs, adjust schedules as indicated by reports. 


Leadership Development

  • Lead all jobsite field management to succeed at their job requirements.

  • Implement & lead near term scheduling meetings & address issues arising from meetings.

  • Manage all field operations of trade partners to effectively complete their work.


Learning Culture

  • Participate in learning opportunities to grow your personal and professional skills.

  • Teach others utilizing your experiences and knowledge.


WHAT YOU BRING TO THE TEAM:(Reasonable accommodations will be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the job.)


  • Ability to read, analyze & interpret contract documents, safety rules, operating & maintenance instructions & procedure manuals. 

  • Ability to write routine reports & correspondence. 

  • Ability to speak effectively before all project team members. 

  • Ability to calculate figures & amounts such as discounts, interest, commissions, proportions, percentages, area, circumference, & volume; ability to apply concepts of basic algebra & geometry. 

  • Use of basic reasoning to resolve issues quickly with little or no direction.

  • Ability to interpret variety of instructions in written, oral, diagram, or schedule format. 

  • OSHA 30 Hour certification preferred. If not current, receive within 1st year & keep current. 

  • Knowledge of all facets of ground up Healthcare Construction/New Renovation. 

  • Able to frequently stand; walk; use hands to handle/feel objects, tools, controls; reach with hands & arms.

  • Ability to occasionally climb or balance & stoop or kneel. 

  • Ability to regularly work in outside weather conditions, frequently near moving mechanical parts; occasionally work in high, precarious places & exposed to wet/humid conditions, fumes or airborne particles, toxic or caustic chemicals, risk of electrical shock, & vibration.

  • Ability to work in a moderate to high noise level.




  • This position is a EXEMPT position and IS NOT subject to overtime pay. 

  • This position is assigned to jobsite locations; travel/relocation is required.

  • This position is part of the Operations Department.

  • This position reports direct to Sr Superintendent, Project MIC, or Operations Manager.




  • Ranked 3rd among top general contractors by Modern Healthcare 2018

  • Associated Builders and Contractors 2018 National Excellence in Construction Eagle Award winner

  • Ranked 79th by Engineering News-Record 2018 publication of top 400 contractors

  • Awarded 2017 Project of the Year in Sychro Software’s Annual Digital Construction Awards

  • 100+ various learning & development courses offered annually at 15+ different locations

  • Time off when you need it

  • Employee events & outings

  • Community involvement

  • Competitive salary

  • Excellent health, dental, life insurance, telemedicine

  • Excellent 401K & Profit Sharing Program (8.08% Base Salary deposited in eligible employee accounts for 2017)

  • Employee Assistance Program

Company Description
Robins & Morton is a nationally-ranked construction and engineering firm specializing in complex healthcare, commercial, power, industrial and education projects. Headquartered in Birmingham, Alabama, Robins & Morton serves clients from division offices in Birmingham, Charlotte, Dallas, Huntsville, Miami, Nashville, Orlando, Raleigh-Durham and Spartanburg.

Since our founding in 1946, Robins & Morton has been a company dedicated to three basic principles, placing the interest of our clients first, treating everyone associated with a project fairly and caring about each other as family. By living up to these principles, the company has grown from a small general contractor into one of ENR Top 400 Contractors (68) and a consistent #1 healthcare contractor according to Modern Healthcare. We are also proud of our ranking as one of the Best Medium Sized Companies to Work For in the country.

Role: Construction Superintendent
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Location: Brunswick,

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