Plumbing Multi Family Superintendent

Management Plain City, Ohio


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The role of Superintendent is critical to ensuring that all RTMC projects achieve first time quality with adherence to RTMC Quality Standards and building codes.


First Time Quality (40%)

  • Efficiently manage first-time quality and code compliance through job site team and the quality inspection process
  • Precisely perform daily verification of install per design with inspections per RTMC Quality Standards, create punch lists
  • Diligently track rework

Manage Work Scope & Budgets (20%)

  • Deliberately execute production plans and schedules, including manpower, logistics, equipment, and safety
  • Carefully manage work scope and budgets; piece rate and hourly reporting
  • Efficiently utilize labor and material through planning and leadership; communicate and processes VPO/EPO as needed for addition work outside of the SOW
  • Timely communication of change order needs to Project Manager
  • Consistently generate Daily Log reports, providing details for the entire production team to clarify job site needs and to document job site activities and communication
  • Vigorously oversee material logistics, staging and movement, job site inventory management, and equipment/tool needs
  • Proactively improve crew efficiency through job readiness checks

Proactive Communication (20%)

  • Professionally and effectively communicate with builder and customer representatives; punctually attend meetings as required
  • Diligently meet agreed-upon schedules and budgets
  • Clearly set expectations for quality and productivity needs with crews in the Daily Huddle

Culture (20%)

  • Actively engage in Workforce Development; lead by example—RTMC code of conduct and Core Values—representing RTM professionally
  • Responsibly lead projects to achieve no injuries or accidents due to non-compliance or careless behavior
  • Proactively ensure job site safety
  • Consistently achieve high levels of employee engagement through effective leadership and management of projects so that employees have a sense of pride in the work and maximize their earning potential
  • Directly assist in retaining and developing talent


  • Build something that matters
  • Do what’s right; be honest and fair
  • Build strong relationships
  • Share in the company successes


  • Strategic Orientation – Approaches daily tasks perceiving how each aspect complements the big picture of the project and organization as a whole
  • Accurate – Performs all duties with careful precision and expertise to ensure quality
  • Analytical Achievement – Driven through careful analysis of ideas, systems, and processes to meet goals and achieve outcomes
  • Independent – Problem solves and makes risk appropriate decisions to accommodate the fast-paced nature of the position
  • Agile – Efficiently adapts to the changing requirements and directions of fast-paced work and constantly evolving business


  • Clear, effective communications skills – both written and verbal
  • Aptitude for prioritizing and coordinating a variety of tasks
  • Independent and proactive problem-solving and critical thinking
  • Disposition for accuracy, attention to detail, and organization
  • Ability to accurately and efficiently enter data
  • Proficient in using basic office equipment
  • Ability to investigate, gather information, and be self-sufficient
  • Minimum 5 years MEP specific work experience
  • Completed OSHA 30
  • Current state license if applicable
  • Demonstrated management and leadership skills
  • Efficiently direct and enforce field compliance on RTMC quality standards
  • Working knowledge in IBC, IRC and IPC and how that translates into field installation and application
  • Intermediate proficiency in MS Office programs
  • Working knowledge of construction methods and construction document interpretation
  • A desire to grow and be challenged; willing to dive into a fast-paced and constantly evolving business
  • Skilled in jobsite record keeping and communication methods such as Quality Inspections, “toolbox talks”, VPO/EPO process and Morning Huddles


  • Exposed to outdoor weather conditions including rain, humidity, snow, wind, cold, and heat.
  • The environment may include very loud noises, working near mechanical and moving parts, working at various heights, and small, awkward, confining work spaces.
  • There is the possibility of inhalation of fumes and airborne particles as well as risk of electrical shock and vibrations.
  • Must be able to do the following activities for most of the workday: stand, walk, use hands or fingers, handle or feel, reach with hands and arms, stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl, see, talk and hear.
  • Must be able to climb or balance regularly.
  • Near constant lifting or carrying of items of various weight, typically up to 10 pounds most of the day. Capable of lifting at least 50 pounds on occasion.
  • Manual dexterity sufficient to reach/handle items, work with the fingers and perceive attributes of objects and materials.
  • Wear job site specific personal protective equipment and able to lift at least 50 pounds
  • Travel to out of town/out of state projects


  • Attitude
  • Initiative
  • Quality and Quantity of work
  • Customer and RTM partner satisfaction
  • Attendance
  • Safety

This job description in no way states or implies that these are the only activities to be performed by the associate occupying this position. Associates will be required to follow any other job-related instructions and to perform any other job-related responsibilities requested by their supervisor.