If you want to work for a company who has a great reputation and a strong presence in the job market then Adecco Engineering and Technical has the place for you. Our esteemed client is in search for a Construction Supervisor to be a part of major upgrades to wireless towers. This position is a 12 months month contract and is located either in the Denver Metro area or in Salt Lake City, Ut. There will be a great opportunity to train in Oregon for the first couple months so keep in mind flexibility is beneficial. If interested, please apply on the Adecco career site or email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org Job Responsibilities: Supervises the activities of employees involved in construction operations. Employees at this level are typically responsible for more than 100 sites. 1.Supervises the day-to-day workflow of subordinate construction workers. 2.Coordinates construction scheduling and communication and acts as a liaison to project management concerning bids, subcontracting, progress and delays 3.Assigns employees tasks to maximize productivity, minimize costs, and maintain quality. 4.May direct staff through subordinate lead employees. 5.May be responsible for estimates, schedules, materials, and purchase orders. 6.Performs advanced construction tasks as needed. 7.Reviews and compiles operations records, such as inspection reports and tool, equipment and supply usage, and safety reports. 8.Participates in special projects as required. Education: 1.Associates Degree in a related discipline. 2.Bachelors Degree preferred. Experience : 5-8 years of related construction experience. Apply Online About Adecco North America Adecco is a Fortune Global 500 company and the world leader in workforce solutions. Our comprehensive service offering includes temporary and contract staffing, permanent recruitment, outplacement and career services, training and consulting. Adecco is an equal opportunity employer. Keywords: Building Construction
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