Mixed Use, Podium Superintendent, CityMark Development
The Construction Superintendent will work as an Owner/Developer Superintendent on an upcoming Type VA 66 unit podium project in Lemon Grove, CA. Anticipated to start construction this fall. projects to manage multi-family, mixed-use and Podium construction projects. The Superintendent provides onsite direction and support to ensure compliance as it relates to the scope of our projects design, coordination, and installation. The superintendent will prepare and manage the Construction Schedule and prepare / review RFI’s and submittals. The Superintendent is supported by our team of project managers, architects, and engineers.
- Injury free safety performance of employees and our Subcontractors.
- Review and understand scopes of work to maintain or improve the financial status of the project by protecting against extras from contractors.
- Understand and coordinate OSHA compliance for the job site.
- Quality management for each trade during installation process.
- Attend individual pre-construction meetings with all Subcontractors and hold daily meetings with Subcontractors.
Hold daily safety and scheduling meetings on sire to ensure a safe and efficient environment.
- Schedule subcontractors and inspectors to keep project running on time.
- Manage Project risks.
- Attend team planning meetings with design team.
- Make a thorough study of project plans and specifications. Develop a summary of key Subcontract requirements and share with project team. Provide input on scopes of work for each project.
- Prepare and manage a detailed construction schedule and establish milestone dates for critical activities. Update construction schedule and provide 3-week look aheads and milestone tracking at weekly meetings throughout the life of the project.
- Coordinate Project Schedule with subcontractors.
- Provide Weekly Status Report at weekly meetings.
- Complete daily field logs and provide to Project Managers.
- Provide leadership in the Pre-Construction and initial job progress meeting.
- Assure that all pre-construction documents are provided to Project Managers and any key milestones are flagged.
- Prepare site logistics plan including staging areas, temp facility locations, subcontractor parking, and any other area planning as needed.
- Assure the maintenance of as-built schedules and drawings and monitor maintenance for accuracy and time limits.
- Review subcontractor applications for payment and provide approval to accounting department.
- Review subcontractor requested Change Orders.
- Prepare punch lists at completion of milestones and assure all items are completed and that Quality Assurance has been completed.
- Minimum 10 years of multifamily, Mixed use and Podium construction supervision.
- Proficient in MS Word, Outlook, Project (or alternate scheduling software) and Microsoft Office tools. Some knowledge of Procore project management software is a plus, although not used here.
- Ability to Process and Manage RFI’s and Submittals in a timely manner to not impact the project schedule.
- Ability to effectively collaborate with internal and external resources.
- Self-directed and able to function with ease as part of a team.
- Technically astute and strategic in thinking.
- Strong interpersonal skills along with excellent written and verbal communication skills.
- Ability to focus on details as required and can work well within a deadline driven environment.
- Proven organizational skills and the ability to manage multiple projects.
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President/CEO, San Diego Habitat for Humanity
About San Diego Habitat for Humanity:
Since 1988, San Diego Habitat for Humanity (SDHFH) has been working with community partners, government agencies, volunteers, and civically-minded corporations to provide safe affordable homeownership housing for economically disenfranchised people and veterans. Active throughout the region, we build, repair, and weatherize housing; promote sound environmental practices; develop and advocate for affordable housing policies; help create vibrant community spaces; and provide other services – most notably, a retail store – that contribute to building the capacity of the people, communities, and families we serve. SDHFH operates with an annual organizational budget of approximately $3.5 million and a construction budget of $3-6 million.
SDHFH is an independent nonprofit organization that is part of an international network of organizations dedicated to advancing human dignity through shelter. While we are historically rooted in Christian social justice values, we are spiritually inclusive. SDHFH welcomes anyone regardless of race, religion, age, gender, sexual orientation, political views, or any of the other distinctions that too often divide people. We are dedicated to diversity, equity and inclusion.
SDHFH is led by an active board of 19 prominent civic leaders who work with the President/CEO to steward our organization. Forty plus full-time staff dedicate themselves to our work along with thousands of volunteers. Learn more at https://www.sandiegohabitat.org/
Overview of the Job:
The President/CEO is an experienced leader and manager with the vision, expertise, and commitment to advancing affordable housing throughout the San Diego region. As someone who excels at stakeholder engagement, the President/CEO has a track record of successful collaboration with public officials at all levels of government, as well as with bankers, community leaders, staff, donors, and volunteers. A calculated risk-taker, the President/CEO has an ability to develop and manage financial transactions that can be deployed to advance Habitat’s core objective of enabling home ownership for those with limited means. This executive is a change agent who has built and lead high-performing teams, and an advocate, fundraiser, and public speaker who inspires and motivates others to act. The President/CEO is a hands-on leader who is attentive to the financial operations and skilled at working in partnership with the staff and Board to steward the work of the organization into the future.
Among the President/CEO’s many duties, this leader is responsible for:
Strategic and Collaborative Leadership
- Collaborating with banks, major funders, and community partners on initiatives that advance SDHFH’s mission and the cause of affordable housing in general
- Partnering with top elected and appointed officials at all levels of government to create opportunities for creating and preserving affordable housing
- Working with internal and external stakeholders to negotiate the financial and logistical details of projects
- Providing on-going strategic recommendations to the Board based on issues and trends in the field, staff input/expertise, creativity, financial analysis and projections, risk assessment, and environment realities
- Engaging senior staff and program managers in transparent and supportive conversations that energize them and produce new strategies for approaching the work
- Actively supporting diversity, equity and inclusion efforts across the organization
- Collaborating with Habitat for Humanity organizations throughout California and the United States.
Public Relations and Advocacy
- Raising the visibility of SDHFH through public events, public speaking engagement and media messaging that compels action
- Engaging the public and public policy makers in advocacy efforts that advance the mission of SDHFH and affordable housing in general
Leadership and Management
- Building a positive workplace culture that fosters diversity, equity, inclusion, cohesion and innovation among SDHFH’s staff and volunteers while carrying those values and practices throughout the greater San Diego community
- Overseeing the financial and operational activities of the organization
- Operating with transparency and accountability at the Board level
- Working closely with the Board of Directors to ensure SDHFH’s fiduciary and compliance responsibilities are fulfilled in a transparent and responsible manner.
- A commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion, to lead by example, a passion for creating change, and dedication to affordable housing
- Proven facility to work with complex finances
- Proven executive-level experience communicating, negotiating, and collaborating with a variety of internal and external stakeholders including public agencies, financial institutions, peer nonprofits, foundations, community leaders, etc.
- A track record of raising funds for a mission-driven organization
- Keen analytic, organization and problem-solving skills which support and enable sound decision making
- Prior experience supervising, coaching and mentoring a senior staff team
- The ability to speak persuasively to the media and to audiences of all types
- Advance degree preferred
- Bilingual in Spanish a plus
The ideal candidate has a background in real estate, affordable housing, mortgage financing and successfully managing complex development projects.
Salary range: $175,000 – $200,000. Benefits provided
Posting Expiration Date: August 31 5:00pm PDT.
How to Apply: Please submit a resume and cover letter via email to: Search@patlibby.com (enter SDHFH in the subject line). Applications without a cover letter will NOT be accepted.
SDHFH is an equal opportunity employer committed to inclusive hiring and dedicated to diversity and inclusion in its work and staff.