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King Rose ConstructionNew York, NY
  • We specialize in complex commercial renovation projects that must be built to exact specifications for some of the most impressive and well known organizations in our market.
  • We are New York City construction experts and are looking for a driven, socially skilled individual who can manage commercial renovation construction projects exclusively within the 5 boroughs of New York City. We provide fantastic administrative support and the latest web-based project management technology needed to succeed on every project.
  • We are currently looking for a Site Superintendent to join our team.
  • This position is responsible for all site supervision and coordination, integration, and execution of assigned projects.
  • Candidates must be dedicated individuals with strong communication, management, and organizational skills.
  • Proactively maintain a safe site
  • Supervise and coordinate all trades
  • Facilitate RFI's to the Project Manager
  • Create a two-week look ahead
  • Forecast trade work and provide timely notification in advance for anticipated work
  • Inform Project Managers of possible Change Orders
  • Interface with the Client and design professionals
  • Post detailed daily reports on Procore
  • Carpenter trade experience (e.g. Ability to lay out partitions)
  • Ability to read drawings fluently and identify inconsistencies within drawings and specifications
  • Procore experience preferred
  • Teamwork and people skills along with the ability to represent the General Contractor at project meetings
  • A current NYC DOB Construction Superintendents License is a plus
  • Minimum 5-7 years' experience in Interior Renovation Construction, with a verifiable track record of completed projects
  • Family Health benefits
  • 401K with Match
  • Annual performance reviews
  • End of year Holiday Bonus
  • Monthly Metrocard & Transit Benefit
  • Laptop with cell connectivity
  • Cell Phone stipend

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