Supervisor Roles&Responsibilites + Training Checklist
Table of Contents
SKILLS AND ABILITIES.. 2
OCCUPATIONAL SKILLS.. 2
Documentation and Record Keeping.. 2
Verbal Communication.. 3
Formal Communication.. 3
Leadership Skills. 3
Computer and Software Applications. 3
MANAGING COMPLIANCE.. 4
MANAGING MATERIAL AND RESOURCES.. 4
MANAGING JOB QUALITY.. 5
MANAGING CREWS.. 5
The construction crew supervisor is often the first career step taken by skilled worker who wish to move into construction management.
It is beneficial if the crew leader is able to operate portable computers, use standard business software or customized programs related to the management of construction projects or personnel administration.
TREND: The ability to read, write, document materials, hours, and progress, and to perform trade calculations is required for most occupational tasks. The use of computers to perform these tasks is not yet an industry requirement, but given the growth of this technology in other sectors, it can be expected that the ability to use portable computers will be an essential skill eventually.
Outcome: Be able to read, interpret and create reports and records related to crew supervision and construction project management.
Outcome: Be an effective communicator with crew members, supervisors, clients, other trades/crews etc
Outcome: Be able to evaluate and select the appropriate form of communication for dealing with crew members, supervisors, suppliers, customers, and other personnel associated with a work site.
Outcome: Be able to create and lead an effective, cohesive team of skilled workers.
Outcome: Be able to operate portable computers, use standard business software, or customized programs related to the management of construction projects or personnel administration
TREND: The crew supervisor is responsible for ensuring that the crew works in compliance with all applicable regulations, codes and policies. Increased awareness of environmental impact of construction activities, and zero tolerance for unsafe practice has meant an increased responsibility for ensuring that workers are aware of, and follow the rules.
Outcome: The supervisor will have a high knowledge and understanding of the legal responsibilities of the employer and the employee in regard to safety, the use of materials hazardous to health or the environment, and site or employer specific rules and policies governing the crew and crew activities.
TREND: The crew supervisor has a critical role in ensuring that a project proceeds efficiently with respect to the use of time and materials.
Outcome: The crew supervisor will ensure that the resources required to keep the job on track and the crew working efficiently are available with minimal waste.
TREND: The construction supervisor must ensure that the crew they supervise follow the proper procedure, materials etc. as specified by the applicable code or the customer specifications.
Outcome: The crew supervisor will ensure that jobs are done to all the standards that apply.
TREND: A supervisor must maintain a relationship with the crew that enables the crew to work efficiently and productively.
Outcome: Supervisor will motivate crew members to work efficiently without waste.
Outcome: The crew supervisor will communicate all applicable rules, regulations, policies to crew members as required, and ensure that crew members are properly trained to perform the tasks they are assigned.
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