A Highway Maintenance Superintendent is a top-level supervisor. The Superintendent develops schedules and budgets and sets work priorities for maintenance operations. The Superintendent supervises multiple crews tasked with highway and bridge maintenance, repairs, and reconstruction. This person is often assisted by a Senior Highway Maintenance Worker.
Other responsibilities typically include:
- Accounting for all equipment issued to subordinates or self, such as hand tools, road building tools, materials, plows and sanders, and trucks and heavy equipment.
- Assists with management and developing and monitoring individual training programs.
- Works with governmental offices and the public.
- Administers and inspects contracted maintenance activities.