Category: Field Operations
Location: Toronto, Ontario
Senior Superintendent - Building Construction
Job ID: 12507
Job Status: Full Time Regular
You’re a seasoned Superintendent with over 10 years of field operations experience, in a leadership capacity, working on $200MM+ P3, design-build and/or mid to high rise residential construction projects. You are recognized as an expert in the construction industry and have a proven track record of project successes. You will be responsible for executing construction projects according to Ledcor’s high safety and quality standards. You’re a natural leader with the ability to delegate work to field staff, contractors, and tradespeople.
Diversify your experience. Build your talent. Join the Ledcor Building team in Toronto, ON.
Demonstrates leadership in health, safety and environmental protection on the project. Applies the requirements of the Project Specific Safety Program (PSSP) to promote overall compliance of Ledcor HS&E standards, applicable OH&S acts, regulations and codes with all employees and subcontractors on the project
Ensures project materials are supplied and work is completed in compliance with the Project Quality Program
Ensures that projects are built according to approved plans, specifications, shop drawings, and applicable building codes and that quality standards are maintained
Develops, maintains and drives the construction schedule in conjunction with project team; ensures project milestones and completion dates are met
Strategically plans and implements manpower levels and material quantities; ensures proper equipment and trades are available as required Assumes a leadership role and provides guidance to project team members in order to contribute to their development and career growth
Leads project meetings with internal and external stakeholders to monitor and support the project’s ongoing progression
Oversees project reporting that accurately tracks site progress, events, inspections and other relevant information
Performs other related duties as outlined in Ledcor’s Construction Operations Manual
10+ years of experience as a seasoned Superintendent on $200MM+ P3, design-build and/or mid to high rise residential construction projects
Working knowledge of health, safety and environmental protection practices and procedures as they apply to common construction processes
Solid understanding of current construction practices; strong working knowledge of construction documents, drawings, specifications and project management
Proven ability to guide safe work practices in a high pressure environment while maintaining project quality, schedule and budget
Ability to communicate clearly and collaborate with multiple project stakeholders, interpret stakeholders needs and identify solutions
Capable of anticipating constructability issues in moderately complex situations and creating solutions in the construction plan and schedule
Facilitation and mentoring skillsability to move the team forward and resolve conflict situations
A track record of building successful teams and promoting teamwork through motivating, coaching, and consensus-building
Ability to use Word, Excel, and Outlook; familiar with scheduling software
Must have and maintain a valid provincial driver’s license
Successful completion of pre-employment drug & alcohol requirements
Site based position
Applicants that reside in Greater Toronto Area (GTA) and surrounding regions will be given preference due to the location of projects
Ledcor Building offers full-service construction for commercial, residential, institutional, and light industrial projects, along with expertise in green building. Our depth of knowledge and expertise come from building hundreds of projects – of all sizes – across North America each year.
But when you work for Ledcor, your experience will go far beyond the project. Do you want a career that means more? Join our True Blue team now!
Ledcor is committed to the equitable treatment of all people with respect to employment and services. We are committed to providing reasonable accommodation to persons with disabilities in a way that respects their dignity and independence by removing barriers to accessibility and meeting accessibility requirements under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act.