Site Superintendent GTA
Toronto, ON Canada
We are looking for a Site Superintendent for Toronto area. Do you have at least 8 years of relevant work experience as Site Superintendent? As a Site Superintendent, you are the key person in leading and managing the on site construction team. You get to oversee the construction process and are responsible for overall construction activities within the established design, budget and scheduling guidelines. You also have a strong understanding of the construction trades, how construction projects proceed and ensure compliance with safety regulations. If you consider yourself a fit into this description, apply now!
The Site Superintendent shall be responsible in performing the following:
Site review and development of site strategy plan as it pertains to access, public protection, material deliveries, concrete staging, hoist and crane location, building codes site offices and other related requirements
Plan and organize daily operations in an efficient and effective manner
Monitor construction schedules and project progress
Ensure safety regulations and measures are being followed and maintained
Maintain positive relationships with the public, clients, sub trades and architects, etc
Must have the ability to read and understand drawings
Must have a strong safety record
Must have current knowledge of Occupational Health & Safety regulations and legislations
Our client, a strong team in Toronto, ON with a great variety of retail, commercial and mixed–used projects on-the-go is looking to add a Site Superintendent to their team! As one of Canada’s leading builders of quality commercial projects, this is an excellent opportunity for an experienced Site Superintendent who looks forward to bringing their career to the next level with a growing team.
If you are a highly motivated, energetic and experienced individual with superb communication skills who strives for success, this opportunity could be perfect for you!
We strongly support diversity in the workplace, and encourage applications from all qualified individuals including women, members of visible minorities, aboriginal persons, and persons with disabilities.