• Renovation Superintendent

    Job Locations US-PA-New Holland
    1st Shift
  • Overview

    Superintendent shall be responsible for managing refurbishments and renovations. This will include working with the Marketing Department, scheduling, selecting and overseeing subcontractors, trades and vendors. You will execute a seamless renovation experience while being cost-effective and ensuring timelines and high quality standards.


    • Monitor refurbishment / renovations projects including quality control, timely completion and compliance to work orders and specifications.
    • Be aware of general remodeling and construction skills such as: framing, drywall, installation of various hardware and fixtures, roofing, inspections; along with electrical, mechanical and plumbing knowledge.
    • Utilize and distribute scheduling memos every week to subcontractors and vendors.
    • Sourcing, training, and maintaining vendor relationships.
    • Conducting field quality control checks to ensure a high quality delivery of product.
    • Work closely with centralized Project Director to conduct weekly portfolio reviews.
    • Work in the field performing various tasks in and around various properties and construction.


    • At least 5 years’ experience preferred with supervisory capacity in residential construction/renovation.
    • Valid PA driver’s license, clean driving record and reliable transportation
    • Thorough knowledge of residential building practices, code requirements, blueprint interpretations and standards.
    • Detailed knowledge of home repairs and maintenance.
    • Must be organized & able to prioritize deadlines.
    • Ability to manage communication between third party reps and centralized project management office.
    • Schedule and obtain required project/building permits, inspections and testing services.
    • Continually identify process improvements to scale in a fast-paced environment.


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