Helps Superintendent coordinate, manage and direct the day-to-day activities of assigned construction project. Helps ensure the construction project is being completed in a cost effective, safe and timely manner while adhering to established quality standards. Oversees field crew, and coordinates and supervise work of subcontractors and vendors. Co-responsible for daily inspections and safe and quality workmanship of crew and subcontractors at the job site. Helps maintains records of daily construction operations, including daily logs, delivery/receiving and time-sheets. Communicates in a positive and professional manner.


• Under the oversight of the Superintendent, works to meet construction project objectives and deadlines.

• Assist in the overseeing of vendors and subcontractors in all trades and applicable scopes; ensure all quality and safety standards are adhered to.

• Help to monitor, examine and inspect all work activities and equipment on job site to ensure safety, quality and productivity of both company employees and contractors.

• Help ensure conformance to project plans and specifications.

• Communicate employee to superintendent and vendor/contractor quality, safety and/or performance issues and concerns in a timely manner.

• Assist with resolving issues with suppliers, contractors, and inspectors

•Help to maintain daily job site logs as well as records of safety orientations and toolbox talks/training’s.

• Represent HL Restoration to others on the job site in a professional manner.

• Perform other duties as assigned


• Maintain positive work atmosphere by behaving and communicating in a manner that fosters good relations.

• Ability to manage multiple priorities, tasks and assignments.

• Knowledge of and ability to understand and apply federal, state and local laws, rules and regulations related to construction and safe work practices.

• Completion of OSHA 10 course work.

• Must have adequate math skills to add and subtract measurements of 1/16” and greater Working in the field is often physically demanding. The following list describes the minimum ability requirements for field personnel.

• Performing physical activities that require considerable use of your arms and legs and moving your whole body, such as climbing, lifting, balancing, walking, stooping, and handling of materials;

• Move light objects (less than 100 pounds) long distances (more than 20 feet);

• Work long shifts with non-standard break times;

• Work in a variety of weather conditions with exposure to the elements;

• Learn job-related material primarily through oral instruction and observation. This learning takes place mainly in an on-the-job training setting; Keep current on new safety regulations, which may involve some classroom training.

• Must have vision equal to or better than is required for driving; o If corrective lenses are required to achieve this level of vision, the employee must be able to wear PPE without interfering with the corrective lenses or the required PPE. o The employee may have to purchase eye glasses (safety glass, etc.) that are compliant with ANSI’s Safety Program and OSHA/MSHA requirements;

• Must have good hand-eye coordination;

• Must have quick reaction times;

• Must be able to hear adequately enough to be alerted by horns, sirens, shouting, or any other noise that is meant to convey a safety warning; o If corrective device is required to achieve this level of hearing, the employee must be able to wear PPE without interfering with the corrective device or the required PPE;

• Lift arms above shoulder level;

• Must have the ability tell when something is about to go wrong or is likely to go wrong. This is only recognizing the problem, not necessarily solving the problem.

• Must be able to listen and understand information through verbal communication

• Must be able to understand information through written communication

• Must be able to concentrate on a task over a period of time without being distracted;

• Must have good balance and must not be clumsy;

• Climb ladders or steps to reach objects;

• Must be able to work at heights of up to 100’ or more;

• Must be able to work in confined or enclosed spaces;

• Must be able to sit and/or stand for extended periods of time;

• Must have trunk strength, with the ability to use abdominal and lower back muscles to support the body repeatedly and over extended periods of time without fatiguing, or “Giving out”;

• Must be able to wear a hard hat, safety glasses, gloves, and safety-toed boots;

• Must be able to walk moderate distances to reach work area (1/2 mile or more);

• Must be committed to contributing to a culture of safety, looking out for yourself and others.

• Must be willing to travel to projects where HLR is performing work.

• Must be able to be fit tested and wear a respirator when necessary for your project.

• Must to be able to work on water and fire mitigation projects.


• Minimum of 3 years in construction

• Valid driver’s license with no major restrictions required. Motor vehicle record must be acceptable to company selected insurance carrier.

Benefits: Vacation, 401K, Profit Sharing, and Health Insurance

FLSAStatus: Hourly/Non-Exempt

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer