The civil supervisor oversee activities such as building bridges, repairing highways and doing construction on airports. While Civil Supervisors may have an office, much of their time is spent on construction sites to make sure all parties involved are performing up to par.
Main responsibilities :
Supervise Construction Activities Civil Supervisors familiarize themselves with all aspects of the project, from structural drawings to budgets to deadlines.
They make sure all parties are doing what they are supposed to do, and they carry out visual inspections of work completed. If construction affects the activity of the general public, Civil Supervisors figure out adjustments, such as rerouting traffic.
Solve Problems From contract disputes to materials not arriving on time, Civil Supervisors handle situations as they arise to limit tensions and disruptions.
Maintain Safety and Legality From start to finish, Civil Supervisors make sure the work being performed is structurally sound.
They follow governmental regulations, address environmental issues and comply with local codes. When state and federal inspectors visit the site, Civil Supervisors may lead them around and answer questions. Communicate
Skills and Requirements:
Develops professional expertise by complying with company policies and procedures
• Works on problems of moderate scope where analyzing situations or data requires a review on various factors
• Exercises judgment within defined procedures and practices to determine appropriate action
• Normally receives general instructions on routine work with detailed instructions on new projects or assignments
• Generally requires a bachelor’s degree with a minimum 2 years related experience, or advanced degree without experience