Careers

Employment Opportunities at D. Wilson Construction

D. Wilson Construction Company is looking to grow its family of employee-owners in South Texas, please find our open positions below:

Please send general employment inquiries/resumes to LydiaS@DWilsonConstruction.com

Current Job Opportunities:

Project Superintendent

This is a field operations position that has demonstrated experience and abilities to manage field operations for Federal Construction Contracts for our San Antonio area office. Interested candidates, please send resumes to Richard Weldon at richardw@dwilsonconstruction.com      

 Job Summary

  • Direct supervision of all field activities and logistics for federal construction contracts in a team environment
  • Will demonstrate problem-solving ability in the field and ability to develop and foster positive relationships with clients, architects/engineers and subcontractors
  • Will be proficient with project scheduling and have an understanding of construction technology
  • Will be competent with commercial terms of the Owner’s agreement
  • Will be located at Fort Sam Houston, San Antonio, Texas
  • Reports to Project Manager, Project Executive or Sr. Management

 Minimum Qualifications

  • College Degree in Architecture, Engineering or Construction Management, or
  • Minimum 10 years of commercial construction experience with at least 5 years on USACE projects as a Superintendent
  • Proficient reading, writing and communication skills
  • Proficient with plans and specifications
  • Proficient computer skills
  • Competent math and quantity take-off skills
  • OSHA 30 hour trained
  • Experience with USACE construction contracts

Supplemental Qualifications

  • Construction Quality Management (CQM) Certified (as an Alternate on the Team)
  • Site Safety & Health Officer (SSHO) Certified (as an Alternate on the Team)
  • Experience with Anti-Terrorism Force Protection

 Basic Responsibilities & Duties

  • Direct supervision of all field activities and logistics
  • Provide schedule input, management, and tracking
  • Leads all foreman meetings
  • Participates in all preparatory meetings
  • Direct supervision of self-performed work
  • Purchasing of miscellaneous materials
  • Manages self-performed budgets
  • Participates in submittal and shop drawing review
  • Initiate RFI’s in the field
  • Assist PM with validation of subcontractor pay applications and change orders
  • Assist PM managing client relationship
  • Develops schedules with PM

Project Manager

This position will have demonstrated experience in the administration of for Federal Construction Contracts for our San Antonio Area office. Interested candidates, please send resumes to Richard Weldon at richardw@dwilsonconstruction.com     

Job Summary

  • Will lead daily administration of contract requirements from job start-up through closeout for federal construction contracts in a team environment
  • Will demonstrate problem-solving ability in the field and ability to develop and foster positive relationships with clients, architects/engineers, and subcontractors
  • Will be proficient with cost loaded scheduling
  • Will be competent with commercial terms of the Owner’s agreement
  • Will be located at Fort Sam Houston, San Antonio, Texas
  • Reports to Project Executive or Sr. Management

 Minimum Qualifications

  • Associates Degree or Bachelor’s Degree in Construction related discipline
  • Minimum 10 years of commercial construction experience with at least 5 years on USACE projects as a Project Manager
  • Proficient reading, writing and communication skills
  • Proficient with plans and specifications
  • Proficient computer skills including Microsoft Office and construction-based software
  • Proficient with Resident Management System (RMS), version 3
  • Proficient with cost loaded schedules in Primavera 6 (P6)

 Supplemental Qualifications

  • Construction Quality Management (CQM) Certified (as an Alternate on the Team)
  • Site Safety & Health Officer (SSHO) Certified (as an Alternate on the Team)
  • Experience with Anti-Terrorism Force Protection

 Basic Responsibilities & Duties

  • Commercial manager of contract requirements
  • Effectively communicates and reports project status to Sr. Management
  • Develops mobilization and logistics plan with the project team
  • Responsible for all project document management in the field and document archiving
  • Develops, manages and maintains logic-based and cost loaded schedule
  • Performs subcontractor and vendor contract administration
  • Change management with the client and subcontractors/vendors
  • Reviews and approves subcontractor/vendor pay applications
  • Generates and distributes owner pay applications
  • Lead all required OAC meetings
  • Participates in the review and approval of shop drawings and submittals
  • Manages the quality control program in the field
  • Leads project closeout process

Site Safety and Health Officer/Safety Manager 

This is a field operations position that has demonstrated experience and abilities to manage environmental health and safety requirements for Federal Construction Contracts for our San Antonio area office. Interested candidates, please send resumes to Richard Weldon at richardw@dwilsonconstruction.com

 Job Summary

  • Direct supervision of health and safety plans for federal construction contracts in a team environment
  • Will demonstrate the ability to develop project-specific accident prevention plan
  • Will be competent with USACE environmental health and safety requirements
  • Will be located at Fort Sam Houston, San Antonio, Texas
  • Reports to Project Manager, Project Executive or Sr. Management

 Minimum Qualifications

  • Meet the requirements of EM385-1-1 for SSHO
  • Minimum 10 years of commercial construction experience with at least 5 years on USACE projects as an SSHO
  • OSHA 30 hour trained
  • Proficient reading, writing and communication skills
  • Proficient Computer Skills
  • Experience with USACE Construction Contracts

Supplemental Qualifications

  • Construction Quality Management (CQM) Certified (as an Alternate on the Team)
  • Experience creating and implementing the Accident Prevention Plan

Basic Responsibilities & Duties

  • Create the project-specific Accident Prevention Plan
  • Direct supervision of company safety program and government accepted Accident Prevention Plan
  • Perform safety audits on the project
  • Evaluate Activity Hazard Analysis reports on the project
  • Manage all safety-related internal and external reporting
  • Leads incident response and hazard communication on site
  • Participates in all preparatory meetings for safety related topics
  • Assist team in managing subcontractor relationships that promote a strong safety culture

Construction Quality Control Manager 

This is a field operations position that has demonstrated experience and abilities to manage quality control and quality assurance requirements for Federal Construction Contracts. Interested candidates, please send resumes to Richard Weldon at richardw@dwilsonconstruction.com

 Job Summary

  • Direct supervision of construction quality control requirements for federal construction contracts in a team environment
  • Will demonstrate the ability to develop project specific quality control plan
  • Will be competent with USACE quality standards and acceptance procedures
  • Will be located at Fort Sam Houston, San Antonio, Texas
  • Reports to Project Manager, Project Executive or Sr. Management

 Minimum Qualifications

  • College Degree in Architecture, Engineering or Construction Management
  • Minimum 10 years of commercial construction experience with at least 5 years on USACE projects as a CQC System Manager
  • Proficient reading, writing and communication skills
  • Proficient with plans and specifications
  • Proficient computer skills including Microsoft Office and construction-based software
  • Proficient with Resident Management System (RMS), version 3

 Supplemental Qualifications

  • Site Safety & Health Officer (SSHO) Certified (as an Alternate on the Team)
  • Construction Quality Management (CQM) Certified (as an Alternate on the Team)
  • Experience with Anti-Terrorism Force Protection

 Basic Responsibilities & Duties

  • Create the project-specific Construction Quality Control Program (CQCP)
  • Direct supervision of company quality control program and government accepted CQCP
  • Review and manage all submittals and shop drawings ensuring contract compliance
  • Leads all preparatory meetings on site, performs all Initial and Final Inspections associated with three-phase quality control programs
  • Managing and tracking all non-conformances with the project team
  • Manage all CQCP related internal and external reporting
  • Compiling and uploading all team daily reports into RMS
  • Assist team in managing subcontractor relationships that promote compliance with quality standards

 D. Wilson Construction Company is an equal opportunity employer committed to ensuring fair and equal employment to all qualified persons without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or veteran status.