Site Manager

February 13, 2020
Job Type
Ref No
£45k - £55k dependant on experience


About this Role:

Arising from continued development plans, my client is looking for a strong Site Manager, with a background in residential house building to work in Wiltshire.

This recently launched phase of 50 units is the second phase on the project which consists of 130 traditional build houses in total.

The role needs a candidate with solid experience in Site Management, able to take control of site from front to back, managing staff, labour and plant.

Key Responsibilities:

To direct the necessary labour, plant, staff and equipment to achieve both plot and project completion on time, to specification and within budget.

Monitor that the Buying team and Surveying department order the correct materials and sub-contract services in good time to meet contract objectives.

Manage site teams by monitoring performance against contract targets and instigating any necessary corrective actions.

Ensure compliance with Group Safety Policy and Health and Safety Regulations.

Ensure that staff and operatives are managed and led effectively by developing the skills and attitudes of managers leading to provision of a working environment that engenders high morale.

Train and develop subordinates to meet current and assessed future requirements.

100% compliance with current NHBC standards.

Establish that staff training and development has occurred as plan at annual appraisal and appraisal review stages.

Achieve maximum marks on the twice monthly Health and Safety audit.

This is a fantastic opportunity to develop your potential and progress in a reputable company that has continued growth plans.

About the Company/Client/Project:

Building around 6,000 new homes a year in prime locations across the South, our client is proud to be the one of the regions most successful house builders, committed to the highest standards of design, construction and service.

Coverage for the Southern office includes Hampshire, Dorset, West Sussex and Wiltshire.

Our client is an equal opportunities employer who like to see their staff progress by internal promotion.

Requirements including certificates and qualifications:

The ideal candidate should have a related trade, a technical or professional Building Qualification along with current health and safety knowledge and a current first aid certificate.

Practical experience working in a similar environment is essential.

To be organised, proactive and a desire to be the best.

Experience and Qualifications:

Applicants must have significant experience of working on mixed use residential projects as well as in the management of H&S, and the design and procurement processes.

Applicants must have experience of managing all aspects of the build process; the applicant will be required to coordinate the packages from the design and procurement phase through to installation on site and handover.

Trade experience and site experience preferable

Up to date knowledge of health and safety obligations and building legislation


CSCS Card at Site Manager level

Valid SMSTS certificate

Valid First Aid at Work certificate


NVQ Level 3-4, BTEC diploma in Building Construction or similar

Valid Scaffold Appreciation certificate

Valid LOLER certificate

Qualified to the required CIOB Grade applicable at the time in accordance with Group policy

Applicants must be computer literate, especially in MS Word, and it would be desirable to have a good working knowledge of MS Excel, Asta Teamplan or Power Project.

You will be able to demonstrate a proven track record of your successes.

Candidates must be able to prove their eligibility to work in the UK

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