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Electrical Superintendent (Multi-Family)(South Florida)

Company Name:
Delta Construction Partners
Delta Construction Partners is a National Executive Search and Management Consulting Firm for the Nations premier General and Electrical Contractors and Industry professionals. Delta has been retained to conduct a search to fill the above position for a confidential client in their South Florida office.
RESPONSIBILITIES:
Manage material and personnel requirements necessary to meet schedule.
Train, manage and evaluate project team members.
Plan, organize and direct production in accordance with the contracted scope of work.
Coordinate production and attend meetings with other trades and the general contractor to identify and resolve any conflicts.
Ensure all installations meet quality and electrical code standards.
Ensure adherence to the companys standards of quality, safety and best practices.
Build and maintain relationships with the customer, inspectors and other trades.
REQUIREMENTS:
Skilled electrician with at least ten years of experience managing crews and running multi-million dollar construction projects.
A strong track record of managing all aspects of customer relations with the GC including attending weekly meetings and back charges.
Active journeyman or master electrical license preferred.
Proficient knowledge of the National Electrical Code (NEC), local codes, and construction safety requirements.
Excellent record with regards to safety and implementing and managing safety procedures.
Experience with the submittal process and the contract as it relates to building the Project.
Must have experience in managing teams of more than 20 subordinates.
Non-smoker
COMPENSATION:
A strong total compensation package will be offered; however, details will only be disclosed during the interview process.
Please forward your resume for immediate consideration to
Best Regards,
Bob Magnan, CEO
Delta Construction Partners, Inc.
1 Beach Drive SE, Ste 101
St. Petersburg, FL 33701
Wk: (727) 822-2048
Fax: (727) 342-7080

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