Electrical Superintendent (Ocala, FL)

Responsibilities Include:

  • Supervising and mentoring field personnel
  • Coordinate production and attend meetings with other trades and GC
  • Coordinating all manpower and materials
  • Implementing and monitoring the construction plan; including scheduling and logistics
  • Monitoring job costing, quality reporting, forecasting and productivity

Requirements:

  • At least 5  years of experience managing crews and running multi-million dollar construction projects
  • Multifamily experience preferred
  • Active journeyman or master electrical license preferred
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Detail-oriented and well-organized
  • Stable employment history

Compensation:

  • Aggressive hourly rate offered for the right candidate
  • Comprehensive benefits package
  • Relocation provided
  • Company vehicle or vehicle allowance

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Goliath Construction Consulting
Tampa, Florida • 727.437.7159
tyson@goliathcc.com • www.goliathcc.com

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