Summary: Directs activities of electrical installation workers by performing the following duties personally or through subordinate superintendents. Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned. Works with Project Managers, Account Managers, and the Service Manager to plan, schedule, allocate, and manage labor for each project requiring electrical installation services.Sources, screens, and hires qualified electrical personnel for conduit, wiring, and other electrical installation duties for projects. Verification of prior employment experience is required on all electrical personnel.Establishes goals and measures results with respect to labor, costs, materials, travel, schedules, deadlines, and customer satisfaction.Determines starting pay rates and recommends employee pay changes within established pay ranges.Works with Project Managers and other on-site personnel to solicit feedback on field employees. Conducts performance reviews on all department personnel.Reviews licensing for all electricians and responsible for verifying, reviewing, and hiring. As the "qualifying party" for licensing for the company, the Construction Manager must keep up with licensing requirements in all states where business is done. Licensing in all locations, including remote sites is critical for compliance.Assures procurement of tools, equipment, and materials to be delivered at specified times to conform to work schedules.Issues, replaces, and repairs tools assigned to all installation personnel. Works with facilities department to track all assigned assets.Reviews and approves weekly payroll submissions. Works with Project Managers to review discrepancies and errors.Establishes processes for assigning and maintaining service trucks. Reviews checklists and assures completion of needed maintenance, inspections, licenses, and registrations.Directs supervisory personnel and subcontractors engaged in planning and executing work procedures, interpreting specifications, and coordinating various phases of construction to prevent delays.Responsible for overall employee relations and morale within the Construction Department. Oversees supervisory personnel and employees to resolve complaints within work force, and rewards and recognizes goal attainment and achievements.Responsible for state electrical contractor's licenses and any electrical continuing education required to keeping state licenses to date.Schedules safety training and assures that all personnel continue to have necessary training to perform electrical installation work.Travels to job sites to inspect electrical work to ensure that workmanship conforms to specifications and the adherence to installation schedules.Conducts installation activities within federal, state, and local electrical rules and regulations.Assists with corporate facility maintenance requests by scheduling personnel for electrical maintenance and repairs.Assists with electrical installation estimating as required.