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You are the Robinson Renovation and Custom Homes, Inc.’s on-site assistant manager of the construction project. Your performance is extremely important to the smoothness of the project and the continued success of our company. You are on the “front line” in achieving our company goals of superior product quality and superior client satisfaction.

Your job is to assist the Project Superintendent with the following:

Overall Responsibilities:

  • Client Satisfaction
  • Carpentry
  • Oversight of All Subcontractors
  • Tracking of All Materials
  • Inspections
  • Superior Customer Service
  • Project Clean-up
  • Meeting Completion Date
  • Maintenance of Job Records
  • Job Site Safety

Specific Duties:

You are responsible for knowing and understanding all project paperwork: plans, specifications, contracts, estimates, change orders, purchase orders, and subcontractor bids. Any questions you have, or discrepancies you discover, should be referred to the Project Superintendent. Your manual and project folders must be kept secure and private at all times. No person outside the company may have access to this information, especially clients. Never leave your manual unattended on job sites.

You will participate in pre-construction conferences, using the opportunity to foresee any problem areas, plan discrepancies or contract uncertainties. This opportunity should also be used to finalize your initial material orders with the Production Manager (i.e.: framing), obtain field measurements for long lead special order items (i.e.: windows, doors), obtain samples such as siding or roofing to be matched and to pin down subcontractor start dates. This opportunity should also be used to develop a good working relationship with the client.

You may be responsible for performing some carpentry labor on the project, as needed. When other carpenters or helpers are on your project, you are responsible for assigning them work, expediting their performance, generally supervising them and inspecting their work. You goal, and our company goal, is to provide our clients with superior quality, value, and service.

You are responsible for coordinating subcontractor’s schedules in a timely fashion (one week in advance). The Production Superintendent and Production Manager will assist as necessary. You are responsible for supervising and checking their work and coordinating their return times until their current phase is completed. When it is time for the second or third phase of their scope of work, you will remain responsible for requesting the scheduling in a timely fashion. You are responsible for verifying that all necessary materials are on site and in good condition so that the subcontractor can perform his duties without delay. Do not schedule until this has been verified. You are also responsible for working out their layout problems, ensuring their proper performance, and seeing that they get timely inspections of their work.

Project personnel should pick up materials only under emergency conditions! You are responsible for ordering materials promptly and accurately, with at least 24 hours notice. Use the proper purchase order numbers when ordering materials (i.e.: job number followed by the cost code category). You are responsible for checking material deliveries for accuracy and quantity, size, and for any quality problems or damage. Be sure to note any problems directly on the delivery ticket. Unused materials should be returned to the warehouse in their original boxes in good condition. Call supplier with any discrepancies.

If a client requests any changes to be made to their current plans, including upgrades, downgrades, or any addition or deletion from plans and specs, it is your responsibility to obtain pricing information required to create the change order and forward to the Construction Coordinator. Do not quote any pricing to the client and do not start work on change order until authorization has been received. See the Change Order Process in your manual for change order procedures.

You are responsible for giving the client the punch list form a few days before the final inspection date (you can work on the list while waiting for inspection). Explain to the client how the punch list works and state a time frame for returning the form filled out and signed. Complete the punch list in a timely manner, initial items when completed and have client inspect your work and have client sign the completed punch list upon satisfaction. Return to the office along with final inspection paperwork, permit, and permit plans.

All projects will be inspected by the salesperson during a post construction walk-through. You are responsible for completing any items on the sales punch.

Adequate dust protection is one of your most important jobs. Try to keep all dust and dirt isolated from the clients as much as possible; use plastic wherever and whenever possible. Broom-clean the project sites daily and call the Project Superintendent or Production Manager to schedule trash pickups on a weekly basis. Trash should be put on plastic that is laid on top of plywood. Absolutely no food trash is to be put in the construction trash. Put all food trash into the RRCH trashcan. Be responsible for ensuring the job site sign is located in a prominent place and keep it in good condition.

Project safety for both the clients and our workers is your responsibility. Wear hard hats, goggles, steel-toed work shoes where necessary. Be sure that project conditions encourage safety. Secure all doorways that do not have proper means of exiting. Monitor both company and personal equipment, such as electrical cords, for proper safety features, and inform the office of any unsafe conditions. Protect the client’s property. Do not use, or allow others to use, any of the client’s equipment, tools, or cleaning supplies. Set up and monitor a “safe place” on the project where items to be reused are protected. You are responsible for the client’s security. Be sure to lock up carefully at the end of each day. Do not leave ladders at house windows for possible use by burglars.

No smoking is allowed inside a client’s home. Smoking is permitted outside only. See that a butt can is designated and used by smokers. No abusive or foul language is to be tolerated. Absolutely no alcohol or drugs may be used on the project or anywhere near the project site at any time. Such use of alcohol or drugs will result in instant dismissal.

You are responsible for scheduling county/city inspections at least 24 hours in advance.

You are responsible for completing the project on the date specified on the schedule. Be sure the project stays on schedule or ahead of schedule by monitoring progress. Notify the Project Superintendent or Production Manager if you will have any problem keeping to the schedule by turning in weekly updates.

You are responsible for maintaining company vehicles in good condition and all company tools used by you. The proper and safe use of company tools and vehicles is also your responsibility. If tool repairs are needed, you are responsible for reporting this information to the Project Superintendent or Production Manager.

You are responsible for turning in time cards to the office by 7:30am on Monday each week, along with all shipping receipts, mileage logs, quality checklists, schedules, and any other paperwork needed by the office.

16. Strive for no warranty calls and zero punch!

The Assistant Project Superintendent will maintain working hours from 7:30am to 4:30pm.


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