Wohlsen Construction is an award-winning Mid-Atlantic construction company. With over 129 years of experience under our hard hat, we partner with owners and design professionals to build high-quality, functional projects. Our customized services run the gamut, from preconstruction and construction project management, to design/build construction and post-construction services. Our core markets include senior living, healthcare and higher education, but our experience spans far beyond that into many other industries.
Wohlsen recruits the best and the brightest talent in the industry.
If you are looking to make an impact and collaborate on challenging, award-winning projects, consider a construction career with us.
We offer competitive wages and generous benefits. We are committed to employee training, safety, team work and diversity. We believe that a diversified workforce will help Wohlsen grow for the next 100 years, which is why we embrace employees from different life and business backgrounds.
About Your Opportunity
As a Superintendent at Wohlsen Construction, you will manage all field staff, subcontractors and vendors. You will oversee all activities to successfully complete a single project of varying complexity. You will work as a part of a Project Team to produce a quality project on time and within a project budget.
How You Will Contribute:
As a Superintendent, your responsibilities within the Project Team:
In a normal day, this position requires 4-6 hours of standing, sitting, and walking. In a normal day, the employee must be able to drive 1-4 hours. Employee must be able to lift/carry up to 50 lbs. maximum; frequently lift/carry up to 25 lbs. In this position the employee must be able to use his/her upper extremities for repetitive simple grasping, pushing/pulling, and fine manipulation. In this position, the employee frequently (34-66%) bend at the waist, squat at the knees, climb (including ladders), and reach above shoulders. In this position, employee occasionally (0-33%) must be able to kneel, crawl, use feet (foot controls), and/or work at heights above 6 feet.
Safety-Sensitive positions are any jobs that include tasks or duties that the employer reasonably believes could affect the safety and health of the employee performing the task or others. This job is a Safety-Sensitive position.