Superintendent | Life Sciences Special Projects Group


The Special Projects Group Superintendent manages the daily operations of construction sites for Special Projects ranging in value from $400,000 to $20,000,000.

Applicants should have experience overseeing field staff and operating in Life Science or Biotechnology construction, and working experience in Critical/Clean and Occupied Environments. Must be professional, dependable, and self-motivated, with strong oral and written communication skills, and able to multi-task in a fast-paced environment with strong organizational and problem-solving skills. This position requires travel in the greater Seattle area, depending on project needs.

REquired experience
  • Minimum of 10 years of Experience Working for a Commercial General Contractor
  • General Knowledge of Working in Critical/Clean Environments as well as Occupied Environments
  • General Knowledge of all Scopes of Work Associated with Tenant Improvements, Interior Renovation, and Repurposing Projects
  • Directs Day-to-Day Coordination of all Major Construction Activities to Meet or Exceed Timelines
  • Create and Update Project Schedules in P6
  • Produce Daily Logs Encompassing Total Jobsite Manpower, Major Activities Performed On-site, Impacts to Progress and Cause, and Photo Documentation
  • Reviews and Ensures Trade Partners/Subcontractors’ Daily Field Reports
  • Works with the Project Manager to Develop, Track, and Manage Self-performed Work Activities
  • Meet the Varying Safety and Compliance Regulations of Each Job Location in Inspecting Sites for Cleanliness and Safety as well as Coordinating Site Testing and Inspection Efforts
  • Enforce a Project Material Delivery Schedule
  • Manages the Employment and Termination for all JTM Working Tradespeople On-site
  • Works with JTM’s Safety Team to Establish a Unique Jobsite Specific Safety Plan that Addresses the Multiple Phases of the Project and all Construction Activities to Ensure all Major Construction Activities are Compliant with JTM’s High-Risk Exposure Operations Safety Policy
  • Establish Multi-phased Site Logistic Plans, Weather Protection Plans, and Temporary Heat and Air Movement Plans
  • Actively Participates in RFP Responses in Creating Preliminary Site Logistic Plans and Schedules and Maintaining Relationships with Existing, Previous, and Future Clients
  • Ability to Work with Microsoft Office Suite
  • Excellent Written and Verbal Communication Skills
  • Creativity and the Ability to Innovate
  • Knowledge of P6, Vista, Autodesk, PlanGrid, and BlueBeam Preferred
  • Positive Attitude and Willingness toLearn
  • Leadership Skills with a Willingness to Lead by Example
  • Valid Washington State Driver’s License with the Ability to Provide Proof of a Clean Driving Record
  • Able to Pass a Pre-employment Drug Screening and a Criminal Background Check

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