Superintendent - Static Equipment

Company Name:
ThyssenKrupp Robins via Futurestep, a Korn/Ferry Company

Superintendent - Static Equipment

Project Location: Weaver, IA

ThyssenKrupp AG (TK) is a leading global diversified technology and materials group based in Essen, Germany. It has 150,000 employees in over 80 countries developing ideas and innovations into solutions for sustainable progress and an annual turnover of $50 billion.
In North America, ThyssenKrupp Robins and Uhde Corporation of America in Denver together are currently comprised of the Resource Technology and Process Technology operating units of the business area, ThyssenKrupp Industrial Solutions for ThyssenKrupp North America. ThyssenKrupp Robins provides state of the art engineering and technical assistance in the areas of resource technology. Uhde Corporation of America (UCA) provides state of the art engineering and technical assistance in the areas of process plant solutions such as Coke, Chemical, Oil Refining, Plastics, Fertilizer, Electrolysis, High Pressure & Gas Technologies.
The Superintendent, Static Equipment, will be a key member of the Construction Team working on the IFCo Fertilizer Project, Weaver, IA. You will be responsible for the inspection, erection and installation of various static equipment such as vessels, columns and exchangers. You will also manage and coordinate work packages and ensure subcontractors perform and execute all work activities safely, on schedule and to relevant standard and specification.

Primary Objectives:
Manage, coordinate and supervise Subcontractor and Vendor activities, including work packages.
Drive and maintain best practice in regards to on-site health, safety and the environment, including chairing weekly tool box talks with direct and indirect employees.
On return from the vendor and prior to lifting and installation, inspect all static equipment for non-conformities and damage.
Ensure Subcontractors have the appropriate personnel, tooling, materials and equipment to execute the work safely and to the relevant specification and standard.
Provide regular updates /reports (daily, weekly or monthly) regarding scope of work and schedule.

Requirements/ Qualifications:
Minimum of 10 years' experience working as a Superintendent in the Petrochemical Refining or Power Industries.
Background in Construction, Turnarounds / Shutdowns or Maintenance.
Dedicated to a safe and environmentally compliant working environment.
Understands and applies industry construction standards and procedures.
Previous experience managing subcontractors.
Previous experience with heavy lifts, rigging and cranes will be highly regarded, although not essential.
Able to show initiative and decisiveness, work well within a team environment and possess strong communication skills.
Familiar with the Microsoft Office Suite, specifically Word and Excel.
SAP experience is highly desirable, although not essential.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or veteran status.

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