Location: Winchester Salary: £55K + Package
An established main contractor is looking to add a site manager to a busy team working on delivering some of the finest new build and refurbishment schemes across Hampshire, Surrey and the Thames Valley region. To deliver projects to the highest standard and to contribute to the overall success of the customer experience and of customer satisfaction. To reflect the company ethos in the management of employees and in the undertaking of all professional duties.
Experience delivering ‘one-off’ homes with individual build costs of £10m+ is essential
PLANNING & PROGRAMMING
To plan and coordinate daily and weekly activities in excess of 4 weeks in advance, including resources and labour in line with project information and the construction programme.
To produce a programme to support your plan based on the CM’s project programme using programming software to compile this and as a tool to show progress, record delays and variations.
To plan for more numerous, complex tasks in an integrated manner that illustrates how they are interlinked and interdependent.
Where appropriate consult with Subcontractors to gather their specialist input into the programme.
To ensure that all planning and programming is shared with the relevant team members, including the Assistant Site Manager and/or Subcontractor Supervisors, and is monitored and reviewed.
To contribute proactively to weekly team planning meetings and to maintain excellent levels of communication with the client and their representatives.
To be wholly responsible for all activities on site related to the project requiring little guidance from the Contracts Manager and able to demonstrate initiative and self- reliance.
To manage your time effectively to deal with the increased amount, and complexity of, project documentation and the need to manage subcontractor supervisors, inspect the quality of work and attend professional meetings.
To manage and maintain the site to a high standard and to ensure that team members, including subcontractors, conduct themselves appropriately at all times.
COMMERCIAL AWARENESS AND UNDERSTANDING
To plan and manage the project with consideration to financial efficiencies with regard to the sequencing of activities and the use of labour and plant.
To demonstrate an understanding of the impact of longer lead in times for materials and resources and ensure that this is reflected in any planning.
To accurately complete all administration supporting financial tracking and be able to deliver this information at formal meetings.
SHE (Safety, Health and Environment)
To be aware of all relevant SHE legislation with regards to statutory compliance.
To understand complex project information to help identify risk and manage potential hazards using company procedures.
To establish a site safety culture and maintain compliance.
To ensure that all documentation related to SHE is completed regularly, kept up to date and filed securely.
A Trade Apprenticeship.
Site Managers Safety Training Scheme (SMSTS) Certificate.
First Aid Certificate.
Basic contractual knowledge.
Awareness of standard pre-construction processes and relevant SHE regulations.
Comprehensive technical and construction knowledge.
Competent Intermediate programming software.
Higher Education Qualification (desirable).
Membership of a professional body – Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) (desirable).
Highly self-motivated, proactive and able to use initiative.
Able to work well under pressure and to meet deadlines.
Proven managerial skills including effective delegation.
Effective communicator increasingly using more formal and professional formats.
Committed to delivering a high-quality service.
Flexible thinker – effective problem solver.
An excellent salary with benefits is on offer, as well as joining a company that offer genuine structured carer progression