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Electrical Superintendent

Electrical Superintendent

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    Christina Rodriguez - Cintron

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    14 days ago

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    Christina Rodriguez-Cintron

Location: Tama County, Iowa, United States (On-site)

​The Electrical Superintendent will be responsible for construction administration, overseeing personnel, materials, equipment, and subcontractors as well as safety and technical aspects of our utility-scale wind energy projects across the US.

Responsibilities include:

Construction Administration

  • Manage all on-site activities for projects

  • Coordinate with Project Manager in planning and executing work, and maintaining the construction schedule

  • Establish and maintain professional working relationships at all levels

  • Help plan and conduct project progress meetings with owners, engineers, and subcontractors

  • Coordinate with the Owner’s on-site representative in following contract procedures and requirements

  • Coordinate QA/QC testing and documentation, and support the Owner’s QA/QC procedures

  • Manage documentation including daily logs, JSA’s, extra work documents, time sheets, material packing slips, safety reports, test data, PO’s, etc.

  • Ensure that all work, whether performed by company forces or by subcontractors, meets the highest standard of quality workmanship

  • Assist Project Manager with change orders

  • Help establish site logistical plans


  • Work with Project Manager and Human Resources to staff project and adjust staffing levels as the project progresses

  • Supervise all field employees

  • Conduct yearly review of assigned employees

  • Mentor and support the development of employees


  • Schedule deliveries with Project Manager and the Transportation Director

  • Receive, inspect and properly store all site deliveries

  • Purchase miscellaneous materials, using purchase orders and cost codes


  • Coordinate with Project Manager to assign company equipment to project

  • Interact with Project Manager to make decisions regarding rental of outside equipment

  • Implement Company equipment policies

  • Coordinate equipment maintenance and repairs on project

  • Ensure equipment is used properly and safely, and operated by qualified personnel

  • Collaborate with the Project Manager and other superintendents to transfer material, equipment, and personnel among projects


  • Supervise and coordinate subcontractor work

  • Work with Project Manager to address and resolve issues with subcontractors


  • Responsible for enforcing job site safety with personnel and subcontractors

  • Work with Safety Director and Project Manager to create and implement the project safety plan

  • Conduct weekly safety meetings and other specific safety meetings as required



  • Direct experience supervising and scheduling self-perform and subcontracted labor forces

  • Able to supervise 1 to 7 subordinates including foremen and field engineers

  • Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to manage and positively motivate our workforce and subcontractors, and interact with the Owner’s representative

  • Consistent quality of self-perform work product delivered by the crews

  • Proven project and safety success on prior projects

  • Possess problem solving skills and a strong work ethic


  • Well-versed in all aspects of industrial construction, substation construction and electrical activities associated with the construction of Wind Farms.

  • Knowledgeable of identifying equipment needs and use for activities

  • Review plans and specifications for constructability

  • In-depth knowledge of safety requirements; OSHA 30 hour training course

  • Ability to develop basic construction schedules

  • Create and update 3 Week Look Ahead schedules

  • Good understanding of Reed & Reed’s policies and use of documentation (e.g. time sheets, purchase orders, and cost coding)

  • Understand basics of using Microsoft Office

Minimum Qualifications

  • High School diploma or GED equivalent, or a construction management degree

  • 10-15 years of progressive construction experience with 5+ years in a supervisory role

  • Capable of managing projects between $2M - $30M

  • Field construction experience in construction methods, safety, and scheduling