Currently Looking For, In-Office

Assistant Superintendent


Supervise and provide direction and guidance to job site Foremen on day-to-day field operations relating to asphalt placement activities at various sites.


  • Perform jobsite quality control checks; ensure quality assurance on all phases of work; visit assigned jobsites on a continuous basis to assess the productivity, quality, safety, and scheduling of manpower and equipment and report to the appropriate person(s); ensure efficiency and quality work relating to placement of asphalt; ensure the punch list for job cleanup is completed and a documented follow up walk-through done to ensure all punch list items have been addressed.
  • Provide overall leadership and direct the activities of several Foremen; fill in for Foremen when needed; work with Foremen to coordinate forces when possible to increase productivity; coach/mentor Foremen to adopt a more collaborative approach to leadership and on improving communications on the job site; accountable for timely and accurate completion of employee paperwork/forms to include but not limited to Employee Status Change (i.e. pay rate, address/name change, termination, promotion, benefit enrollment, etc.), Performance Appraisal, Attendance Reports, Warning Notices, First Report of Injury, Accident Reports, etc.
  • Review all projects to focus on equipment and manpower among divisions to maximize efficiency; review job costs, manpower, and equipment utilization reports; attend all in-house preplanning/preconstruction meetings; ensure “essential information” for running a more efficient and productive jobsite is filtered down to the Foremen after every preplanning/preconstruction meeting (to ensure continuity and accuracy of information this should be provided in a standardize report format so all foreman receive the same type of information); plan and review projects with Estimators and Foremen to provide input on jobsite organization and resource allocation; assist Estimators when requested with bid preparation.
  • Monitor all job site operations for compliance with contract requirements for noise and dust control, non-interruption of Government activities, and utility shutdown procedures; promote and enforce safety policies; have a solid understanding of site safety, health, and substance abuse programs to ensure the safety and well-being of all personnel at the jobsite, address basic questions from employees, and/or know where to direct jobsite personnel to get their questions answered.
  • Check equipment to monitor for abuse, neglect, repairs and utilization; work with Equipment Manager to make recommendations on new and additional equipment needs.
  • Interface with Owner’s representatives and other parties external to the company to assure overall progress on the jobs meets their expectations and demands.
  • Other duties as assigned.


  • High School education required. Some college work preferred. However, you may substitute with (3) three to (5) five years of field construction experience with at least (2) two years in a leadership position.
  • Preferred Background: Road Construction, Construction
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