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Roofing Superintendent

Reconstruction Experts is a full service general contractor that focuses on reconstruction and remodels. Founded in 2001, we work on residential and commercial projects. Our projects range from small work orders to 1-5 million dollars. RE is growing very quickly, and we are looking to add talented professionals to our team. Our positions offer ample room for growth (our CEO started as a superintendent!). We are looking to add a Roofing Superintendent to our team.

Essential Duties:

  • Manage roofing jobs throughout production cycle
  • Order and manage building permits
  • Order and manage materials 
  • Schedule labors and subcontractors 
  • Oversee job safety protocol (OSHA 30 certified preferred)
  • Conduct safety meetings
  • Manage safety zones (barricades, taped off areas, etc.)
  • Manage company documentation requirements for jobs (change orders, etc.)
  • Conduct all internal job inspections 
  • Meet with home owners/property managers/HOA managers as needed
  • Address any/all special circumstances 
  • Manage and/or perform roofing repairs as requested
  • Manage all debris, daily/nightly clean-up, storage of materials
  • Manage all ingress and egress for the property

Physical Demands:

  • Be able to walk on a sloped surface for extended periods
  • Be able to stand and walk for long periods of time
  • Be able to work in confined/enclosed spaces for moderate periods of time
  • Be able to climb ladders and stairs throughout day and be able to work/inspect work at a height of over 6 feet
  • Be able to kneel, crouch, stoop, twist, reach, push, pull and grasp frequently throughout the day
  • Strength to lift and maneuver materials and equipment weighing up to 100 pounds
  • Vision to read printed materials
  • Hearing and speech to communicate in person or over a radio or telephone
  • Be able to lift overhead at least 75 lbs
  • Possess the strength and mobility to work in a typical construction site setting with moderate physical activity
  • Be able to work outside in all weather

Skills and Abilities:

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to get along with others
  • Ability to prioritize, exercise sound independent judgment, and communicate with co-workers
  • Excellent problem solving skills
  • Ability to exercise sound independent judgment
  • Strong customer service skills
  • Strong knowledge of construction methods and construction safety laws


  • Experience in the construction industry
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