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Electrical Superintendent

Company Name:
Day & Zimmerman
Supervise multiple electrical and instrumentation crews on 2-3 separate projects on the same site.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Status weekly progress and provide revelant information to Project Controls.
Identify material needs and prepare timely requisitions to the field buyer.
Accurately report and tract field change including estimated cost and as-built information.
Actively support and promote D&Z; and site safety programs and initiatives.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Hands on experience in estimating and take-off of electical scope.
Computer skills -Outlook, Word, Excel, use of shared drives.
Minimum Education and Experience
5 years experience manageing E&I; Department.
15 years experience in the electrical field in an industrial envirnoment.
Company Description
About Day & Zimmermann Construction
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- Day & Zimmermann is a trusted construction partner to the power, process and industrial markets,
delivering services through a variety of approaches dictated by customer need and project type. We operate as a
self-perform contractor, managing and staffing projects with our own highly skilled and trained craftsmen, and as a general
contractor, employing a mix of both our own field resources and subcontractors. We also perform in a construction
management capacity leveraging our extensive network of subcontractors and highly experienced project management
teams.
Diversity, Inclusion & Equal Employment Opportunity
Day & Zimmermann is committed to maintaining an inclusive workforce, where employees are hired, retained, compensated
and promoted based on their contributions to our Company. Our collective
Reference Code
Business/Staff Unit D&Z; - Construction
Contract Type Regular
Industry Construction / Related Building Trades and Crafts
Functional Area Construction Management
Job Posting 50769818
Requisition 50769817

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