The role of the Superintendent is to be accountable for all onsite aspects of a project. The Superintendent will lead teams for Garden, Walkup, Affordable, and Some Wrap product types, and is responsible for creating and leading a jobsite culture that promotes mentoring, growth, and accountability for all field related aspects of the project.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Act as a representative and advocate of JPI’s Culture and Guiding Principles.
Treat all project team members in a respectful and professional manner. A project team consists of JPI Field Associates, JPI Associates from other departments, Building Officials, Trade Partners, etc.
Develop and maintain a TEAM culture on the project site.
Clearly, and constructively, communicate to all project team members, as listed above, while maintaining all appropriate documentation of conversations.
Assist PM with OAC meetings
Effectively communicate with the PM any issues arising with cost implications or schedule delays
Ensure the project meets or exceeds expectations by consistently monitoring safety, scheduling, quality control, and all applicable code requirements in accordance with plans and clarifications.
Superintendent will be responsible to develop and implement a program to ensure timely delivery of materials to meet the project timelines and requirements.
Superintendent will have a basic knowledge of scheduling and will develop and maintain a complete jobsite schedule, with support from the General Superintendent, encompassing all aspects of his/her specific jobsite. Superintendent will be responsible to communicate the schedule requirements to the field team.
Weekly meetings to be conducted by the Superintendent will include a look ahead schedule review, safety, SWPPP, quality control, RFI’s, submittals, coordination items, toolbox topics, etc.
Superintendent will be responsible for a thorough plan review prior to going vertical. Plan review to include, but not limited to; Fair Housing Compliance, Code Compliance, Constructability, Long Lead Items, Turn Sequence (Including Jurisdictional requirements), Egress, Dimensional Conflicts, Quality Control, Potential MEP conflicts, Etc. All Deviations from Plans/Specs to be documented through RFI’s in advance of vertical construction starting.
Oversee the development and closure of all RFI’s.
Oversee the receipt, review, and approval of all Submittals.
Delegate workload to field team to accomplish schedule, quality, safety and budgetary requirements. Follow up to ensure timely and accurate completion.
Lead effort to promote safety culture on the project.
Work with APM to oversee administrative functions of the project.
Work with APM to ensure the preparation and storage of all documents required for project close-out.
Non-Essential Duties and Responsibilities;
Assist in local permitting process and meet with Building Officials as necessary.
Ensure that all training requirements are met for field staff (JPI Procedures & Safety).
Maintain petty cash card and receipts
Other duties may be assigned by Project Manager and General Superintendent
Knowledge and Experience Required:
High school diploma or equivalent. Bachelor’s degree in construction or related field is preferred.
4-6 years of experience preferred.
OSHA 30 HR (Must be completed within 90 days of Hire).
Prefer a Minimum of 5 years of construction experience.
Prefer a minimum of three years multi-family construction supervisory experience required.
Must be familiar with multi-family construction procedures.
Must have good knowledge of construction building codes.
Must have good working knowledge of construction scheduling practices.
Built on a foundation of integrity, respect, and commitment, JPI stands out as one of the most active privately held real estate companies in DFW and beyond. For more than 30 years, JPI has built “Quality for our Customers,” designing and developing communities with exceptional services and amenities. JPI is committed to data-driven management and continuous improvement. Its team of experts utilizes data – including unparalleled market research, proven business processes and proprietary models – to ensure that every decision is strategic, focused and aimed at producing the best Class A multifamily assets with the best risk-adjusted returns. Our teams are continuously growing and looking for great talent to join the JPI Family.
Why work for us
People are our #1 asset. In addition to its unique business strategy, JPI counts its people as a clear differentiator. JPI has built a culture that begins with its people and intentionally attracts, retains, and grows the best talent in the industry. Led by values and principle-based leadership, the JPI team approaches every project with responsibility, accountability, and integrity.
JPI offers employees a comprehens...ive benefits package with competitive salaries and more including:
Competitive annual and milestone bonus program
Medical, Dental, Vision and Life Insurance
Health Savings Account
401(k) with company match
Flexible Spending Accounts (Dependent & Medical Reimbursement)
Vacation Time, Sick Time, Holidays PTO
Paid Volunteer time
Employee Referral Bonuses