Construction Superintendent Jobs in Mississippi
7 Mississippi Construction Superintendent jobs found on Monster.Jobs 1 to 7 of 7
A General Superintendent’s primary responsibility is the main contact in the field, work in concert with the Project Manager to schedule, plan and direct all field operations to include management of all work by RAC’s own forces and that of the subcontractors. Has full responsibility for initiating and implementing all pertinent safety and quality control policies and procedures. Supervise complex...
Needed immediately. Project Manager to work in Jackson, MS office. Responsibilities will include overseeing all day to day operations for each project. Supervising all job superintendents, subcontractors, material suppliers. Duties will include getting proposals and prices on upcoming projects, keeping track daily of each job, making sure all equipment, material and supplies is ordered in a timel...
National Construction Workforce (NCW) is currently seeking Electrical Superintendents in the Baton Rouge,LA area. This is a full-time permanent position with competitive compensation and benefits. The requirements for this position are as follows: Experience as a superintendent working for an electrical contractor Experience constructing multi-family complexes and/or high-rises Able to make dec...
A Project Manager’s primary responsibility is Principle Company’s representative for the administrative and technical management of the project. Supervises all activities related to Contract Administration, Document Control, Change Orders, Submittals, Procurement and Schedule. Works closely with Estimating during pre-construction process. In conjunction with the Preconstruction Department, interfa...
A Senior Project Manager is the Company’s representative with primary responsibility for profit/loss on any one assigned project, or several smaller projects. Manages all phases of the project, from preconstruction through close out, and the sustainable growth of the company through our vision, mission and values. Reports to a Project Executive, or Business Unit Leader. Directly manages Project Ma...
A Quality Control Manager’s primary responsibility is to keep the Superintendent and Project Manager fully aware of all quality control activities as it pertains to work in place on the project. Accountable to the Superintendent or Project Manager for project quality control, for the successful completion and close-out of the project. The Quality Control personnel will be directly responsible for ...
A Division Scheduler’s primary responsibility is to support the Estimating and Operations Departments through the preparation, monitoring and updating of schedules and by providing planning services. Assist site management in formulating action plans to correct scheduling problems. Perform all essential functions and responsibilities in consonance with the company’s values and beliefs and in align...
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$40,000.00 - $106,050.00
Typical Salary for Construction Supervisor in Mississippi
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Education / Training
Some College Coursework Completed
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Completes construction projects by planning, organizing, and controlling projects; completing quality inspections; supervising sub-contractors and staff.
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Attention to Detail
Civil Project Management
Meets operational standards by contributing construction information to strategic plans and reviews; implementing production, productivity, quality, and customer-service standards; resolving problems; identifying construction management system improvements.
Approves construction projects by conducting inspections at critical phases; obtaining approvals from buyers.
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