How to Enter
To secure a role as a Superintendent, New Zealand employers will expect you to hold a relevant degree, such as a Bachelor of Engineering, and significant experience working on Civil Infrastructure development sites.
The day-to-day responsibilities for a Superintendent can include any of the following:
- Review project plans and proposals and advise ways of saving costs and time
- Preparing construction and development project schedules
- Communicating project plan to onsite Labourers and contractors
- Managing site personnel to ensure project runs to timeframes and budgets
- Updating Project Managers, senior managers and clients of project progress or problems
- Troubleshooting project problems and putting forward solutions
- Ensure Health & Safety and regulatory standards are adhered to
- Train and manage Labourers
For most Superintendents, the next logical step is to move towards senior management or Project Management, and eventually securing the position of Civil Construction Manager.
48K – 78K per annum (NZD)
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