Alida SK

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Carlyle SK


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Facility Construction Supervisor

Carlyle Saskatchewan

The Facility Construction Supervisor will manage and control assigned projects, including overseeing field operations, site safety, productivity, schedule, quality work, and trade contractor and supplier coordination and work in conjunction with the Project Manager leading the project team. They provide technical management and project leadership on construction projects at the field level. Responsibilities include; directing the day to day activities onsite; planning crew activities in the short and long turn; resolving field construction issues; field level client relations; maintaining Strike’s high standard of safety and quality; managing small-to medium-sized projects or directing one portion of a major project, and overseeing proper protocols in the field.

  • Local candidates preferred
  • Manage the crews, sub-contractors and all other resources in order to complete the job
  • Build a competitively superior organization by attracting, developing, and retaining talent to ensure that people with the right skills and motivations are in the right place, at the right time to meet business needs
  • Actively participate in the construction planning and scheduling
  • Assist in bid for new jobs as required
  • Lead the overall implementation to insure that the project is constructed in a timely and cost effective manner
  • If required, manage project budget, and project resource allocation
  • Ensure all field personnel complete required safety training and hold appropriate tickets
  • Ensure all field personnel comply with project procedures, safety requirements, and work and equipment maintenance procedures
  • Ensure all equipment and facilities are operated and maintained in accordance with approved company standards and practices
  • Document all violations and incidents
  • Ability to work at project locations across Saskatchewan and Manitoba required
  • Supervising experience in oil, construction, or related industry
  • Must be able to pass pre-employment alcohol and drug test
  • Solid understanding of construction methods and blueprint reading
  • Sound knowledge of construction execution and best practices
  • Superior leadership skills
  • Developed analytical thinking and problem-solving skills
  • Capable of participating in and facilitating group meetings
  • Excellent organizational and time management skills
  • Meticulous record-keeping skills
  • Capable of working independently with minimal direction
  • Possesses an eye for detail