Site Supervisor

Job Title: Site Supervisor

Job Function: Project Site Management

Experience Level: Senior

Industry Knowledge: Construction Management: Heavy Civil & Highway Street & Bridge or Facility Management

Job Description

Plan, organize, and manage work to reach goals and employ the best strategies for achieving desired results. Follow through on commitments, take personal responsibility for the quality and timeliness of work, and achieve results with little oversight. Adapt to changing needs, conditions, and work responsibilities. Cultivate good team and group dynamics, demonstrate the technical and practical expertise for successful project completion, and display an ongoing commitment to learning and self-improvement. Problem solving and the capacity to develop solutions that are beneficial to all team members.
Coordination, implementation, execution, control and completion of assigned projects ensuring consistency with company strategy, commitments and goals.

General Requirements:

Assist in the development and maintenance of preconstruction, construction, and closeout execution plans.
Assist in reviewing project drawings and specifications to gain a full understanding of project scope, client goals and expectations, and resource requirements for each phase of the project.

Identify construction approaches and risks to ensure efficiency and mitigate exposure Assist in soliciting and coordinating subcontractor and supplier bids for labor, material and equipment.
Assist in the development and maintenance of project schedules, durations, and sequencing logic.

Oversee the activities and performance of subcontractors and suppliers to ensure compliance with quality requirements.
Manage client interaction and promote positive relationships.
Monitor project progress to ensure compliance with financial, operational, and/or scheduling requirements.

Facilitate communication between subcontractors, suppliers, and other project participants.
Resolve worksite issues quickly and effectively to keep work progress on track Gather information, develop solutions, and adjust to necessary changes in work sequences.

Assist in the evaluation of subcontractor and supplier invoices against actual performance.
Assist in evaluating the legitimacy of subcontractor and supplier change requests in terms of contractual requirements and validity of cost estimates.

Maintain a safe, secure, and healthy work environment by following and enforcing standards and procedures; complying with legal regulations.
Provide a daily report of site conditions including weather, work scope, force levels, and safety issues.

Expert knowledgeable in the following areas:

Thorough knowledge and understanding of construction drawings, specifications, schedules, and means and methods.
Demonstrate innovative problem-solving and a strong analytical skill that can be applied to resolving complex job site situations

Strong ability to prioritize and develop work schedules that incorporate multiple trades Maintain composure, professionalism and objectivity in difficult situations and effectively resolve conflict without escalating tension
Demonstrate confidence in spotting construction productivity issues and taking action to resolve them expeditiously

Excellent communication skills, both in writing and face-to-face
Strong ability to build relationships, lead others into action, and work exceptionally well under pressure
Demonstrate a strong knowledge of materials and resource allocation, construction tools, and execution according to plan specifications
Proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook)
Knowledge of project management and scheduling software


Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Construction Management or equivalent combination of technical training and related experience
Minimum of 10 years of experience in commercial construction site management role

Physical Requirements

Site supervisors work out of a field office at the construction or facility sites where they monitor the project and make daily decisions about construction activities. Site supervisors encounter few safety hazards but must be extremely cautious when working onsite.

Most site supervisors work full time, however, the need to meet deadlines and respond to emergencies often requires long hours. Frequent travel will be required depending on project location, especially when managing multiple projects. In some cases, site supervisors are required to temporarily relocate to another city or state during a project.

Machines / Tools / Equipment

Ability to operate a personal computer and Microsoft Office Suite programs.

Ability to operate standard office equipment, including a fax and scanner machine, copy machine, and telephone.

Ability to carry and operate an on-call device.
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