ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES
A Development Field Superintendent is responsible for managing specific communities as assigned by the Development Manager from project inception through turnover to the construction department. A Development Field Superintendent prepares, maintains, executes and monitors the site development schedule to ensure that communities are constructed to the finish lot stage timely, within budget, and to the quality standards of Garrett Walker Homes.
• Coordinate pre-construction meetings and inspections with municipal inspectors and utilities’ representatives.
• Review plans to help prepare an initial project budget, schedule and to check for conflicts.
• Perform site visits to each community to inspect subcontractors’ and utilities’ work to ensure the same is performed according to
schedule, building codes, plans, and specifications.
• Maintain a clean and safe project site that is compliant with dust control (MCAQD), SWPPP (ADEQ) and OSHA requirements,
including updated daily dust logs and SWPPP plans.
• Manage land development and utility contractors to insure compliance with contract documents.
• Work with Land Development Coordinators to (i) ensure necessary permits are obtained and remain in full force and good standing,
and (ii) review and approve all land development invoices for each project( including both contracted and change order/extra work).
• Regularly update land development schedule and project checklist to reflect actual operations.
• Provide regular communication with Development Manager regarding project schedule and budget related issues.
• Work with Land Development Coordinators
• Coordinate acceptance of “as builts” and permit closeout with municipalities.
• Coordinate financial assurance/bond exoneration upon completion and municipal acceptance of project.
• Coordinate the completion and turnover of the landscaping, entry gates (if necessary), etc. to HOA
• Deliver project subdivision with Certificate of Occupancy Clearance and coordinate turnover to Construction Department.
• Attend weekly staff meetings and other meetings/responsibilities as directed by Development Manager.
QUALIFICATIONS AND EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS
• Must have a working knowledge of Microsoft Office programs; Outlook, Excel, Word and become proficient in proprietary software.
• Must have a strong working knowledge of Civil Improvement Plans.
• Must manage multiple priorities in an efficient and accurate manner.
• Must have the ability to multi-task and complete tasks within a scheduled time-frame.
• Minimum 2 years’ related experience in the Construction Industry.
• High school or equivalent.
• Valid driver’s license and transportation required at all times.
• Certification of completion for Rule 310 Comprehensive Dust Control and OSHA 10-hour Construction Safety and Health to be kept current.