Electrical Superintendent (Water/Wastewater Treatment Plant)

Blueprint Staffing

electrical construction on small or large projects including manpower assessment and hiring, assisting in material take-off, procurement of materials

  • 5 years' combined experience required in electrical construction , Supervisory
  • electrical solar (5 MW or above) or WTP/WWTP contract(s) of $3 million or above
  • SCADA/PLC systems knowledge
Primary duties of an Electrical Superintendent:  
Responsible for all facets of electrical construction on small or large projects including manpower assessment and hiring, assisting in material take-off, procurement of materials, schedule development and management, and assisting in cost control management with the Division office.  Responsible for rental equipment management, coordination of subcontractors, implementation of the Safety and Quality Assurance/Quality Control programs.  Smaller jobs may or may not include subordinate managers, so hands-on work may be required.  
 
Responsibilities 
  • Coordinate and monitor craft compliance with all safety requirements (OSHA, state, local, client).  Document and ensure implementation of corrective measures.
  • Examine and inspect all work areas and equipment used to verify compliance with the site safety program, pre-construction Job Safety Analysis reports, and Pre-task Planning sheets posted for each area of construction.
  • Immediately address all safety issues observed and brought to your attention by anyone.
  • Read, review, study, and implement Company’s Safety Procedure Manual. 
  • Ensure Safety Meetings are held on a weekly basis.
  • Complete Daily Superintendent Reports, review and sign all foremen time sheets, complete new hire application packages, and maintain equipment logs, labor reports, and receiving reports.
  • Understand the budget process; maintain labor and equipment costs within the budget.
  • Minimum of five years’ combined experience required in electrical construction including supervision, technology, methods, equipment, tools, and work procedures.
  • Leadership and communication skills are essential.
  • Electrical construction experience with electrical solar (5 MW or above) or WTP/WWTP contract(s) of $3 million or above.
  • Must maintain a valid, non-restrictive driver’s license.
  • Knowledge of:
    • design,
    • layout and installation of conduit and cable tray systems,
    • wire and cable handling and installation,
    • SCADA/PLC systems,
    • motor controls and instrumentation,
    • working knowledge of NEC.