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Site Manager - Preston

Site Manager



Key Tasks

As a site manager you will be responsible for looking after the teams on a construction site, as well as liasing with the clients. You could be monitoring costs and budget, and ordering materials for the project(s).

The job role of a site manager involves the following duties:

· Liaising with clients and reporting on progress to staff and the public

· Supervising construction workers and hiring subcontractors

· Buying materials for each phase of the project

· Monitoring build costs and project progress

· Conducting quality and safety inspections

· Checking and preparing site reports, designs and drawings

· Maintaining quality control checks

· Motivating the workforce

· Day to day problem solving and dealing with any issues that arise

· Using specialist project management computer programmes

· Working on-site in all weathers, at clients’ businesses or in a site office.

Checklists and Work Allocation Lists are Planned and Completed for any properties under renovation

  • Ensuring property works lists are completed in accordance with company standards and smooth handover process

  • Budgeting and Planning for property works

  • Pre-Renovation Planning and Property Inspections are done according to standards

  • Ensuring compliance and health and safety procedures are followed

  • Management and tracking of Building Operations Stock

  • Overseeing Building Operations and Maintenance Manuals

  • Ensuring key targets, budgets and timescales are adhered to

  • Ensuring health and safety standards are adhered to

Key skills

  • Sound & comprehensive understanding of construction industry and the parties to it.

  • Proficient knowledge of measurement and valuation. .

  • Proficient in reading drawings, specifications and knowledge of construction process.

  • Ability to negotiate with clients/sub contractors.

  • Knowledge of CIS.

  • Experience of undertaking risk assessments and valuation of them in conjunction with other project team members.

  • Ability to work in a team environment.

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: £45,000.00-£50,000.00 per year

Work Location: In person

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