GH Phipps Construction Companies

Accepting Resumes for Future Openings:



Laramie, WY


Full Time

SUMMARY OF POSITION:  The Superintendent is responsible for all aspects of jobsite management including staffing, scheduling, and business partner/subcontractor relations. As site leader, Superintendent effectively oversees project from award through completion.  The successful candidate will have extensive industry experience that demonstrates excellent understanding of the unique needs and requirements of clients, projects, departments and systems.  Healthcare industry experience strongly preferred.


  • Professionally represents GH Phipps and effectively supports Company strategic initiatives
  • Demonstrates strong knowledge of commercial construction and exceptional jobsite management skills; Delivers on key projects and commitments via professional knowledge and leadership abilities
  • Fosters positive long-term relationships with subcontractors and business partners 
  • Possesses detailed process & application knowledge relating to building codes, budget management, construction practices, project scheduling etc.
  • Ensures on-time delivery while maintaining team focus on safety, quality and budget
  • Fully understands and effectively utilizes drawings, specifications, subcontract agreements and purchase orders
  • Works with Project Manager to effectively manage delivery schedules and change management process
  • Leads, implements and enforces jobsite safety requirements and GH Phipps Quality Assurance Program
  • Leads and/or assists with job set-up, communications, safety compliance, record-keeping, QC and closeout
  • Supports direct reports through regular communication; Develops competencies and skill sets via active engagement in performance management process, employee development and problem-solving
  • Travels to jobsites, meeting and client locations as needed in support of employees, clients, project team, etc.
  • Assist with miscellaneous department duties and team initiatives as needed 
  • MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS (unless otherwise noted): 
  • High School diploma required; Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering, Construction Management or equivalent preferred
  • At least ten (10) years’ experience with project leadership in commercial construction including strong background in mid-size to large-scale construction projects ($50 million plus) with proven ability to manage renovation projects of greater than $20 million; Experience in Healthcare, K-12, Higher Ed and/or Multi-Family Residential highly preferred
  • Key competencies, skills and  certifications:
    • Professional, dependable and ethical
    • Results-focused; Able to effectively delegate and follow-up
    • Organizational and planning skills; Able to effectively allocate and develop resources
    • Leadership, coaching and communication skills(verbal and written); Builds rapport and negotiates skillfully
    • Technical skills:  Proficient in Word, Outlook, Excel, CMiC and various systems
    • OSHA 10-Hour certification required; 30-hour preferred 
  • Verifiable work history/references demonstrating excellent contributions, skills and integrity
  • Successful completion of post-offer background & drug screens

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