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GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT - HIGHWAY

 

 

Primary Purpose:                                         

Assists department head with estimating duties and supervises and coordinates the activities of workers in the Highway Division.

 

Typical Duties:                               

Markets and promotes the services of Dellinger, Inc.; assists department head with estimating duties including, attending the highway letting each month; responsible for general overseeing of projects including coordinating the personnel requirements for project; assigns equipment to project; coordinates schedule of material deliveries to jobsite; is aware of safety, OSHA, and hazardous waste requirements for project; purchases small tools for projects; codes invoices related to project; reviews coded time sheets, equipment reports, and daily reports from jobsite - makes corrections if necessary; coordination and correspondence with owner and engineer; project safety and employee training.  Responsible for the inventory of material on Monroe yard; coordinates equipment moves to and from jobsites and Monroe yard; updates monthly project schedules; and is responsible for jobsite safety and employee training.  Have knowledge of crafts of people supervising.  Evaluates employees for the crane operator certification.  Performs other duties as assigned.

 

Requirements:                                               

Workers should be able to:  work within standards of accuracy; rate information using standards which can be measured or checked; compare and see differences in size, shape, and form lines, figures, and objects; look at flat drawings or pictures and understand how they would look as solid objects; read plans and blueprints; communicate effectively; have valid drivers license; and have ability to organize and prioritize.  Physically, workers should be able to:  see well; use hands, arms and fingers fully; coordinate the movements of hands, eyes, and fingers fully; sit or stand for long periods; use legs fully; climb and maintain balance on ladders and scaffolding; stoop; kneel; crouch; work at heights; lift and carry objects weighing up to 100 pounds; bend; climb in and out vehicle and equipment; coordinate the use of hands, feet, and eyes; load and unload heavy equipment on truck and/or trailer; and maintain body balances. ​