Site Manager - Concrete - Shepshed

Recruiter
Undisclosed Company
Location
Leicestershire, Loughborough
Salary
£41000 per annum
Posted
18 Nov 2016
Closes
02 Dec 2016
Ref
5633
Contact
Manpower UK
Sector
Construction
Job Type
Permanent
Hours
Full-time
SITE MANAGER - CONCRETE
£41,000
SHEPSHED

Mission & role of the function
The site manager is responsible for the day to day management of the project under his control, including on-site client liaison, management of both subcontractors and Contracting's workforce, control of material orders and compliance with the construction programme, to deliver a defect free scheme on time and to budget. He/she is the Management Representative for Company Contracting.

Key accountabilities

 Ensuring that the quality of work carried out under his/her supervision meets the required standards of workmanship and that all relevant Health, safety, welfare, environmental and waste management policies and statutory regulations are complied with at all times.

 Ensuring that all documentation, i.e., statutory inspection sheets, inspection check sheets, materials received, external plant, internal plant, labour, allocation and day work sheets are completed and where relevant submitted to head office on a routine basis. Obtaining similar information as appropriate from subcontractors.

 Liaising with operational colleagues, suppliers and subcontractors to ensure adequate planning, programming and resource allocation on each site to allow the work to be carried out safely, to the client's programme and to be completed on time.

 To ensure a 'Right First Time Every Time' approach is adopted to deliver a defect free scheme upon completion of the contract.

 To work closely with the client to forge a good working relationship that can lead to repeat work and allow the company to become the preferred supplier.

 Generate PMPs (project management plans) for each project to measure and monitor the management of the Health and Safety of Company Contracting employees and supply chain on the site, ensuring that Safe Systems of Work with Method Statements and Risk Assessments that comply with Company Contracting Policy are in place and adhered to by all operatives.

 Ensure daily communication with gang foreman so that daily walkthroughs (hazard spots) and inductions are completed at a site level, whilst delivering TBTs (tool box talks) and safety alerts as required.

 Plan and maintain a safe and tidy site. Ensure work is carried out to the required standard without risk to employees, other contractors, the public, equipment or materials. Implement arrangements with sub-contractors and others on site to avoid confusion about areas of responsibility for Health, Safety and Welfare

 To understand the contract tender requirements, programme and drivers; providing weekly cost value reconciliations, so that ongoing performance can be monitored, issues identified and maximum value maintained.

 Ensuring all construction personnel on site work to current revisions of technical data e.g. Drawings and specifications and current customer instructions

 Ensuring that comprehensive site records and data are recorded including information for potential claims and variations; and that all additional works are instructed by the client and written instruction is received; and thereby to provide and assist the QS department to formulate and maximise contract valuations.

Job dimensions

 Management of one gang (site) (7 operatives)
 Laying of circa 40kt per annum
 Direct responsibility for circa £4m of contracts p.a.
 Direct site management of subcontractors (planing, traffic management, minor civils, sweepers etc) Internal stakeholders
 Operations and contracts managers
 Compliance manager and SHEQ technician
 Asset manager
 Commercial and QS departments

Job requirements

 Hold a CSCS Site Supervisors card.
 Be experienced in managing multi-disciplined sites to ensure that optimum outputs are achieved to the required standard.
 Be experienced in planning and programming to ensure the correct material, plant and resources are allocated to the Contract to ensure it is delivered on time and to budget.
 Be an effective communicator with both internal and external stakeholders
The role holder is expected:
 to comply with all aspects of the Company Compliance Policy
 to ensure that all the business/operations are performed in accordance with instructions and procedures and in such a way so as to prevent any fraudulent activities taking place
 to comply with the Health & Safety at Work Act 1974 and to observe the requirements of the Company Safety Policy and other relevant legislation
 to update all areas of knowledge as required to carry out the job with maximum effectiveness and to attend training/development courses as and when required
 to comply will all aspects of the HR Policies and Procedures of the Company

Education/Qualification

Essential
 Suitably trained and experienced in the management of Health and safety with a minimum qualification of IOSH Managing Safely / CITB Site Managers Safety Training (5 Day).
 NVQ level 4 construction site management (or similar qualification)

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