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Construction Superintendent

Company Name:
Express Employment Professionals
Description
SUMMARY DESCRIPTION
Supervises new vessel and major modification construction, with emphasis on contractual compliance, regulatory compliance and quality performance of shipyard contractors.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Responsibilities shall include, but shall not be limited to, the following:
New Construction and / or Major Modification Design and Documentation Supervision: Review and approve specifications, drawings, plans, sketches and other information pertaining to construction and commissioning of company new-build or modified vessels to ensure compliance by contracting shipyards, consultants and vendors with company specifications, regulatory body requirements, and vessel service functionalities. Integration and organization of technical documentation, including distribution of knowledge and interface management, shall be performed.
New Construction and / or Major Modification Physical Work Supervision: Survey and approve for final acceptance shipyard contractor and equipment vendor physical work and material or equipment deliveries to satisfaction of company specifications, regulatory requirements and vessel functionality.
Owner Furnished Equipment Supervision: Review, recommend, and specify for purchase company furnished equipment and materials necessary for construction and operational outfitting of new construction vessels. Coordinate installation, commissioning and final acceptance of Owner-furnished machinery and materials with contracting shipyards and vendors.
Fleet Integration: Assimilation of technical documentation, certification and vessel system functions toward training shore based and fleet employees in correct, safe and efficient operation of company new building vessels following delivery to the company. Integration of new building vessels into company safety management system, including maintenance program and bridge management system integration.
Job functions shall be as required to fulfill the responsibilities of the position and are not otherwise limited. The nature of the responsibilities of the incumbent shall be such that some overlap with fleet operational and maintenance responsibilities may occur. In such circumstances, incumbent shall perform job functions as advised and directed by supervisor.
EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS
Education:
Bachelor's Degree in technical discipline or equivalent industry experience of not less than ten (10) years.
Experience:
Ten (10) or more years in positions of increasing responsibility for the construction repair and operation of marine vessels.
Qualifications:
Valid driver's license and passport required.
USCG marine licenses for deck or engine room watch standing responsibilities desired.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
Familiarity with industry regulatory requirements and management systems essential.
Excellent oral and written communication skills required.
Personal computer functional skills for spread sheet and word processing applications desirable.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORK ENVIRONMENT
Eyesight: Functional, correctable to 20/20
Hearing: Functional, correctable to normal
Speech: Functional, without impediment
Mobility: Unencumbered by physical limitations to prefer vessel survey and inspection duties, including: walking, climbing, crawling, lifting, pulling, reaching and vehicle driving (automatic and manual vehicles).
HOURS OF WORK
Standard Hours: 0730 - 1700 Monday through Friday, excluding travel and overtime.
Overtime Hours: Potential exists for extensive overtime as required by responsibilities and as directed by supervisor.

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