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Performs administrative and supervisory work in overseeing the work performed on a variety of repair, alteration, and construction jobs and related structural projects.

This individual is responsible for planning and coordinating the repair, alteration, and construction of one or more projects under operation at the same time involving groups of skilled journeymen, trades helpers, and laborers in a variety of trades. Work involves the continuous checking of plans and specifications, determining that all needed materials and supplies get to the proper site, and for frequent visits to the site to assure that plans are being followed.


Studies project plans, drawings, and specifications; confers with division designers and superiors to adjust discrepancies and clarify details.

Develops project operational plans; arranges for, schedules, and coordinates the assignments of personnel to the project according to the needed skills.

Visits projects frequently and determines that plans are being followed and efficient productive work is being accomplished; determines that the necessary safety precautions are being followed.

Prepares reports and maintains required records


Graduation from a standard high school or vocational school and considerable experience supervising construction work; or any equivalent combination of training and experience.


Thorough knowledge of the principles, techniques, and practices of building repair, alteration, and construction.

Thorough knowledge of the basic principles, techniques, and practices of the various trade crafts.

Ability to follow instructions and to interpret and work from drawings, blue prints, and other specifications.

Ability to plan, supervise, and inspect the work of several different crafts of journeymen.

Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with division and university personnel.

Ability to communicate clearly and concisely.



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