Industrial Traveling Superintendent

  • Duluth, GA
  • Direct Hire
  • Job ID: TN62-2707401

$80000 to $120000 Per Year

Company Profile:
A commercial general contractor in Atlanta GA with over 3 decades of history/experience in building commercial / industrial structures is growing and looking to broaden their reach across the Southeast.
They are currently interviewing for a Superintendent that has experience building (ground-up) commercial structures & willing to work on remote projects throughout the Southeast. 
Position Overview:
  • The Superintendent will Oversee their project from project start to closeout. 
  • This person will be like an Ambassador to the client/company by helping to run the project, manage it successfully within budget/timeframe and create a reputation of excellence with the owner/client for future business. 
  • Projects will include Commercial Industrial structure types:
    • Tilt-Wall / Tilt-Up Concrete
    • Warehouse or Distribution Center
    • Big Box or Large Shopping/Retail
    • other...
To do that you will:
  • Collaborate with Office staff & Trade-Partners to execute the projects.
  • Maintain the schedule for the project & ensure timely delivery c/o
  • Maintain a safe work environment
  • Update and Report to company management throughout the project to collaborate on ongoing progress. 
Competitive Salary: $80-120k
Reasonable Bonus: 10% annual profit sharing
Great Insurance:  Free Healthcare premiums!
Retirement Plan: 401(k) with match
PTO:  2 weeks vacation + Holidays
Degree is not required but preferred.
Minimum 5-7 years of construction site management experience required.
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