Site Superintendent
in Saint John, NB

Saint John, NB
Full-time - Permanent
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Competition Number: 3092
About Us
In business since 1960, FCC Construction is an open shop, multi-trade, specialty contractor serving Atlantic Canada. FCC's three main operating divisions include: General Construction, Management, Electrical Contracting and Communication Cabling.
Job Summary
We are currently searching for two Site Superintendents to join our growing and dynamic Construction division. One of these positions will require a minimum of five (5) years of experience. The Site Superintendent is responsible for the supervision of onsite labor and sub-contractors to ensure projects are delivered accurately and on time. This position requires confidence, initiative, a sense of urgency, and the ability to make decisions and take responsibility for them. The successful candidates must be primarily task-focused, requiring a direct leadership style that encourages results though collaboration. Critical to this position, the Site Superintendent must be able to implement quality, health, and safety standards onsite through effective communication and shared knowledge with others.
  • Managing on-site construction activities on a daily basis, including: project coordination, planning, scheduling, estimating, material requisitioning and cost-control
  • Supervising and coordinating personnel and subcontractors
  • Ensuring schedules are followed and projects are executed effectively, within budget
  • Effectively communicating with senior managers and support personnel
  • Ensuring site safety is in accordance with strict standards of our Corporate Safety Program and legislative requirements
  • Daily record-keeping
  • Inspecting work to ensure quality and compliance with specifications

Technical Requirements
  • Lean construction system implementation on multi-story buildings would be considered a strong asset
  • Industrial experience considered a definite asset
  • Strong understanding of various construction disciplines including interpretation of construction drawings, safety regulations, scheduling, cost-control and other areas of business
  • Previous knowledge/experience with various computer programs; i.e., Microsoft project, outlook, excel, BIM, Procore would be considered an asset

Business Requirements
  • 5 or more years of supervisory experience in general construction
  • Results-driven with a focus on future growth and development
  • Able to work well in an extremely fast-paced, deadline driven environment with proven time management and organizational skills
  • Willingness/ability to travel based on needs of the business

Cultural Requirements
  • Effective communication skills (both written and verbal) with management and peers
  • Solid interpersonal skills with the ability to work both collaboratively and independently when necessary

As a member of the OSCO Construction Group, FCC offers a comprehensive compensation package including health and dental coverage, life insurance, RRSP and tax-free savings account options. Additionally, we offer educational scholarships to dependents of employees, health & wellness programming and team celebratory events.
About OSCO
The origins of the OSCO Construction Group go back to 1955 when Ocean Steel & Construction Ltd. was founded in Saint John, New Brunswick. Since that time, the OSCO Construction Group has grown to encompass four main operating sectors: Steel, Concrete, Construction and Corporate. Within these sectors lie an ever-expanding number of companies and divisions, serving a growing market area and employing over twelve hundred employees.
The OSCO Construction Group prides itself not just in embracing change, but in leading it. We drive this change by maintaining our vision to be fast, be global and be connected. All of our sectors are committed to: conducting business with integrity and fairness; continuous education & training of our employees; improving our processes; focusing on our customers' needs; and, providing top quality products & services.
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