Fuels Systems Superintendent

Construction Lakewood, Colorado


Description

The Fuels Systems Superintendent performs site management tasks related to fuel systems including minor construction, maintenance, and repair projects.  He/she coordinates closely with local points of contact at the facility, the project manager, and subcontractors.  He/she maintains health and safety requirements and quality control on the site at all times.  He/she documents all project activities to ensure all project stakeholders remain informed throughout the project field effort.

Expected Outcomes
  • Provide clients with complete and cost effective project results according to agreed upon methods, procedures, and techniques.
  • Perform all project assignments safely, in a technically appropriate and cost effective manner, and within established schedules and budgets.
  • Manage internal teams, subcontractor crews, and schedule as required.  Evaluate personnel actions and shutdown field activities when health and safety or quality is compromised in accordance with approved plans.
  • Conduct/facilitate daily meetings with field team and facilities personnel as needed.
  • Responsible for the on-site quality control program implementation and control activities.
  • Act as liaison with the project manager, owner, regulatory agencies, subcontractors, and/or internal departments on technical, safety, and quality related matters as required.
  • Assist with material and project plans submittals process.  Ensure compliance with contract documents and specifications.
  • Record construction and quality control activities on daily log books.  Provide detailed photographic documentation of work performed, and draft/submit daily activity reports.
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities
  • High School Diploma plus minimum 6 to 8 years experience in construction/quality control related program management, including 3 years of DoD Fuels related construction/quality control experience.
  • Work can be outside the continental United States.  Must be able to travel abroad for extended periods (6 months) to support field activities at worldwide locations if needed.
  • The following certifications are preferred but not required:
    • API 653 Inspector
    • API 570 Inspector
    • NACE CIP Certification (any level)
    • STI Tank Inspector
    • AWS Certified Welding Inspector
    • ASNT Level II or III Certification
    • Quality Control Management (QCM) Course (USACE or Navy)
  • Read and interpret plans and specifications.
  • Complete daily/weekly field reports with photos using Microsoft Office.
  • Strong verbal communication skills.
  • Able to meet time sensitive deadlines and carry out multiple priorities simultaneously.
  • Able to analyze data and resolve issues.