Site manager jobs, also often referred to as site agent jobs, operate in both the public and private sectors. Site managers are responsible for the management of a building contract, controlling all aspects of site operation from heath & safety to budgets. Projects are available across a range of different areas from housing, rail and civic buildings to highways. Site manager jobs are widely available in London and across the UK for permanent and contract positions. A typical job description, qualifications and salary are detailed below:
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Site Manager job Description
- Generally you will be running the site from setup to completion, controlling all aspects of site operations
- You will oversee building contracts and be responsible for the co-ordination of sub-contracts/ sub-contractors.
- You will be controlling and managing site materials, ordering materials, site labour and drawings
- Method Statements and all other site documentation
- Co-ordinate progress meetings and liaise with clients, contractors and other professionals associated with the project, often producing weekly reports.
- Responsible for weekly site meeting to discus progress on site and conducting site inspections of sub contractor's work
- You will need to have good communication so that you can liaise with your design team to ensure problems are resolved quickly.
- You will be responsible for overseeing the workforce, site welfare and heath and safety.
- You will also be responsible for the quality control and testing of projects so that the project meets a high standard and the client spec.
What qualifications/skills do I need to be a site manager?
Site managers generally have an academic background with a minimum of a HND (or equivalent) or a degree in civil engineering. You will need to demonstrate previous experience in managing the projects to the clients spec, safety levels, budget and to schedule. Some site manager jobs will require you to have previous experience working within their sector e.g. housing or rail. Other jobs may also require you to have a specific qualification or hold a CSCS card. For more information visit the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB). You may also need to hold a current and clean driving license.
- Site managers/Agents can earn anything between £28,000 - £40,000+ a year.
- For more experienced and specialist jobs salaries can be increased.
- Most jobs come with benefits.
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