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Residential Development Site Superintendent
Nashville, TN

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SUPERINTENDENT / CONSTRUCTION MANAGER – Residential New Construction

Nashville, TN area 

 

About the company:

A local Nashville single-family & Multifamily Builder with local developments & growth + extensive support in the office for all administrative tasks.  

 

Site Responsibilities:

  • Over-communication with customers to ensure the highest satisfaction 
  • Total Construction site management for up to 15-20 structures (home & multifamily)
  • Contractor/vendor management as well as job site development and production. 
  • Regulating budgets and managing job costs. 

 

Qualifications

  • Candidate will need 6-8+ years experience in custom residential New Construction (preferably in custom-home building + duplex/townhome.)
  • Excellent “Customer Service & Coach” mentality versus “Director Manager” management approach on site & with clients. 
  • Overseeing multiple projects (10+ typically) in a development at one time.
  • Qualifications include a 6+ year proven track record of successful site operations & project leadership within Ground-Up Residential Construction.
  • Good team-building skills & excellent communications with customers/owners.
  • Local candidates are preferred with existing sub/vendor relationships. 

 

Compensation and Benefits

They offer a great compensation package including:

  • Competitive Salary & Bonus Structure exceeding $100k/year
  • ● 100% Individual Health Insurance Coverage !!
    ● PLUS: Dental Insurance,  Vision Insurance,  Short/Long-Term Disability Coverage,  Life Insurance
    ● Paid Time Off (3 WEEKS)
    Paid Maternity / Paternity Leave
    ● 401(k) With Employer Match
  • Car allowance & Fuel Card Provided
  • Focus on Work/Life balance.

 

 



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