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Project Superintendent

Position Purpose and Objectives:

A roofing superintendent is responsible for leading roofing foremen to perform work safely and productively per specifications and to the standards of the company and customer.

  • To provide leadership to foremen—fostering safety, teamwork, and discipline—resulting in efficient and professional roof system installation

  • To provide consistently high-quality service and results

  • To represent the company in a professional manner in all dealings with customers, personnel, and the public

  • To effectively manage all aspects of production to meet company and project goals

Specific Duties, Functions, and Responsibilities:

  • Supervise foremen to lead safe and efficient roof system installations

  • Oversee field staff, assisting foremen with crew leadership

  • Visit job sites daily

  • Conduct or participate in daily safety audits

  • Train field staff in safety, work skills, and efficiency

  • Provide ongoing feedback to foremen regarding job performance

  • Resolve complaints and grievances; assist with discipline when necessary

  • Ensure production and quality goals

  • Maintain an understanding of contract information for jobs

  • Track labor hours and production against stated goals

  • Schedule materials, equipment, and deliveries, paying special attention to using inventoried materials

  • Monitor material usage, minimize waste, anticipate shortages, and order materials as needed

  • Coordinate, supervise, and manage subcontractors

  • Monitor quality of installations

  • Deliver excellent customer service

  • Engage with customers to answer questions and provide explanations

  • Manage and coordinate job details between the field and office

  • Review plans and sites, delegate crews and do all pre-job planning including but not limited to creating site-specific safety plans and work plan efficiencies

  • Ensure crews have information and instructions necessary to complete jobs

  • Submit reports and paperwork and otherwise coordinate communication between office and job sites

  • Investigate incidents, near misses, accidents, and thefts, and provide relevant documents, photos, and assessments to the office

  • Deliver all documentation to the office in a timely manner

  • Exhibit exemplary leadership with all company personnel

  • Participate in regular review meetings with project managers

  • Demonstrate commitment to professional development

  • Demonstrate willingness to be a team player

  • Offer assistance and expertise to others

Education and Experience:


  • English fluency

  • Safety training: OSHA 30-hour card

  • Valid driver’s license

  • Ability to use/learn business technology


  • Bilingual fluency

  • CDL

  • Specialized training: crane CCL, forklift, manufacturer-authorized trainers, man lift, rigging, roof system-specific training, cool roofs, CERTA

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