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Who Are We?
Since 1996 Rummel Construction has been building the Southwest US as one of the premier earthworks and grading contractors in Arizona. We self-perform the majority of our work and sustain one of the largest fleets of heavy equipment in the state. Scrapers, Excavators, Dozers, that’s the equipment that drives our business. We build roads, residential developments, golf courses and much more.
Who are You?
You’ve run heavy equipment on grading projects, you’ve trained others, you’ve delivered your projects on time. You’re good at communicating and leading others and you’re a hard worker.
What Skills should you have?
You should be very familiar with:
This is a safety-sensitive position which requires operating company equipment and as such, you should be able to pass an MVR, drug screen, be able to lift and carry up to 50 lbs, sit, stand, kneel, walk in rough, uneven terrain and work in all weather conditions.
2+ years experience in grading and earthworks construction, previous supervision experience, and the ability to travel to project locations throughout the Southwest United States.
Why Work for Us?
We offer an excellent work environment, including competitive salary, subsidized health insurance, paid time off, a 401k plan and voluntary dental and supplemental benefits. As either a Grading Superintendent you’ll be issued a company truck, fuel card, tablet and cell phone.
Rummel Construction, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, creed, national origin, sex, age, pregnancy, genetic information, gender identity, sexual orientation, status as a protected veterans and/or individuals with disability to any position for which the applicant or employee is qualified. ROC114845 ROC114846
As a superintendent, you’re the person in charge on site. You constantly communicate between management and the crews you manage to complete every job on budget and schedule. The success of the job rests on your shoulders and while you don’t perform much of the work yourself anymore, the job couldn’t happen without you. Your days consist of meetings with owners and upper management, solving problems, scheduling, and managing job costs.Learn More