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Multi Family Superintendent

Fircroft Houston Full-Time
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The Role:
The ideal candidate must have a proven track record with Mid/ High Residential Commercial construction experience. Candidate must be professional and a motivated self-starter.

Must have 7 to 10 years Superintendent for a commercial construction company. Experience with large projects and strong management skills as a Superintendent for Commercial Construction.

Individual must have a proven track record while being professional and a motivated self-starter with a proven track record with as successful Commercial construction Superintendent management experience.



To oversee daily construction activities at job site.

Job Description

To manage job site and project with Professional Superintendent Management skills.

1. Quality control for all trades.

2. Ensure job-site housekeeping is maintained.

3. Able to communicate well with Project Manger and Subcontractors.

4. Responsible for safety program compliance.

5. Responsible for scope of work verification of Subcontractors.Must have a proven track record as a Commercial Construction Superintendent


7 10 yrs Commercial Construction Experience preferably with levels of increasing responsibility to include superintendent

Please forward resume and a daytime phone number

relevant: 7 year (Preferred)
Commercial Construction as Superintendent: 10 years (Required)
Superintendent Mid / High rise residential commercial exp.: 5 years (Required)
Additional Compensation:

Work Location:

One location

Health insurance
Dental insurance
Vision insurance
Relocation assistance

About Fircroft:
Fircroft has been placing people in specialist technical industries for approaching half a century, focusing on mid to senior level engineers for contract and permanent roles worldwide. By applying for this job you give consent for Fircroft to contact you, via email & telephone, to discuss your application along with future positions and Fircroft's services.

Fircroft is registered as a Data Controller with the Information Commissioner as required under the General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679. Fircroft will only process your personal data for the specific purposes of managing your application.

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