Our Site Managers work alongside the Head of Site to plan, coordinate, deliver, and install projects for our prestigious clients.
The role manages a team of varying sizes and largely freelance, sub-contract craftsmen, carpenters, fabricators, finishers depending on the project.
The successful candidate will demonstrate the following:
Ability to oversee and enforce all onsite Health and Safety regulations.
To be able to complete RAMS for general site and job specific works.
To comply with site-specific rules and regulations.
Ability to oversee deadline-driven site production.
Ability to motivate, develop and manage the team, ensuring that they are aware of and meet set deadlines.
Competent computer skills. Factory Settings use online reporting and scheduling systems.
Proven experience of having built solid relationships with clients and ability to manage their expectations and requests within the agreed specification.
Desirably candidates will hold the following qualifications although training may be given:
You will be primarily based on client sites within Central London. Normal site working hours are 08:00 -18:00 Monday-Friday. Due to the nature of the role, flexibility is required in working evenings and weekends, although it is expected that such work would be minimised in planning, organisation and pro-activity. Occasional travel to manage sites outside of London and Europe will be required.
In return, we offer a competitive salary in a unique, thriving business with opportunity for personal development.
Salary £30-40K commensurate with experience.
Please submit a cover letter and your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org, inserting ‘Site Manager Role’ in the subject title.
Job Title: Site Manager
Reporting directly to: Head of Site
Direct Reports: On Site Crew
Financial Authority: Responsible for ensuring delivery of projects within or below budget
With the Head of Site to plan, coordinate and deliver projects. To be responsible for managing an on site crew of freelance staff and subcontractors in their delivery of projects, ensuring compliance with health and safety regulations, site specific rules and regulations, quality control and to the client’s satisfaction; delivering to deadline, within budget.
1.To manage, motivate and develop on site teams of freelancers, and sub-contractors of varying size, trade/discipline.
2. To undertake Risk Assessment Method Statements (RAMS) as necessary; to be responsible for H&S on site ensuring one hour first day onsite brief and setup Project rules for H&S; to ensure all Factory Settings’ protocols are maintained; to provide accurate daily and weekly written reporting to wider project team ensuring clear communication of project status. To carry out regular briefings and toolbox talks as required.
3. To ensure constant communication and liaison with all stakeholders, Projects, Draughting, Work Shop, Finishing etc highlighting areas of concern, time overruns, cost overruns and where saving in both time and money might be made, if necessary
4. To attend start-up meetings of project, gaining insight to site, facilities and circumstances; to undertake site survey with draughting colleagues to contribute to build programme and install method; to work with Projects colleagues in compiling build programme, providing detailed plan for schedule and crew allowance. On completion of this, to be responsible for its management and amendments as necessary, ensuring all parties are informed of any changes and provide an update as soon as apparent.
5. With Head of Site to choose crew, selecting a lead to help with on site management, and determine allowances. Book crew, advising Office Manager. To determine the schedule of on-site requirements and time lines providing this to Production and Draughting Teams. To be responsible for physically checking and documenting the arrival of all items on site. To be responsible for specifying site kits/tools/plant. To brief crew daily, relevant to build programme and targets providing an onsite task list.
6. To liaise and build strong rapport with clients, managing their expectations and requests within the agreed specification.
7. To undertake any other reasonable task requested.