Electrical Superintendent
Department: Field - Electrical
Type: Full Time
Contact Name: Lar
Contact Email: larrymiller@groupgdc.com
Date Posted: Feb 21, 2023


A superintendent is the primary jobsite supervisor with operational responsibility for employees involved in the installation, alteration, addition, and/or repair of electrical systems and associated materials and equipment for small to mid-sized ground up projects, facility upgrades, or tenant finish projects where complex coordination of multiple subordinate supervisors and crews is not required.


Responsible for all GDC field trades on an Electrical construction project.

Does a working estimate and take-off jointly with the Project Manager.

Lays out work for subordinate supervisors and lead persons, and is jointly responsible with the Project Manager for having material, tools, equipment, information and appropriate manpower in the proper place in a timely fashion.

Establishes work schedules and man-loading charts.

Support and handle project man-loading.

Interfaces with representatives of the Customer and/or General Contractor on day to day project scheduling and overall performance issues.

Provides general supervision to subordinate foremen engaged in the installation of electrical projects; equipment such as Control panels, VFD’s, Installing both EMT and Rigid Conduit, pulling both low and medium voltage wire and terminating same, Replacing industrial lights, able to trouble shoot control systems, cable tray installation, and other similar industrial skills used in industrial electrical work.  

Monitors and supports work as performed, directs subordinate supervisors and crews, and schedules work according to the pace of the job and other trades.

Responsible for productivity, efficiency, and completion of crew/projects.

Handles or oversees the disposition of required office correspondence and administrative paperwork such as official forms, daily reports, time sheets/tickets, safety reports, etc.

Is responsible for overall project safety performance.  Assures employees are properly trained or instructed in performance of duties to which assigned.  Assures compliance with all GDC safety processes and protocols.  Investigates or assists in investigation and reporting of any accident or safety incidents involving jobsite employees.


Must possess all skills of lower rated positions including Foreman, Journeyman, A4, E5

            Licenses:         Current Driver’s License and must have own reliable transportation.

            Education:       High School Graduate, GED or equivalent.

            Experience:     6 years or more of industrial/commercial mechanical experience.


  • 401(k)
  • 401(k) matching
  • Health insurance
  • Paid time off