Site Manager - New Build


GMJ have an exciting opportunity for an experienced Site Manager to lead a team on a new build development in Denbighshire.

The Site Manager has overall responsibility on the site for the Technical, Contractual, Financial, Quality, Public relations and safety aspects of the projects. All Site personnel are accountable to the Site Manager to ensure the efficient organisation and management of construction activities and the leadership of all site operatives.

Key Tasks & Responsibilities include but are not limited to,
  • Ensuring that projects are completed in time, within budget and in accordance with contract documentation
  • Manage project at minimum costs keeping Managers informed at all stages. Records of any variation items and accurate on site measurements when completing material requisitions.
  • Actively ensuring compliance with Health & Safety regulation.Build Safely - considerate sequence of working
  • Plant, Materials and Labour resource procurement and control
  • Manage all operations on site including subcontractors - ensure working safety and efficiently with all trades fully directed
  • Contract compliance - ensuring that the Specification , drawings and the contract documents are understood and implemented
  • Client and Consultant liaison - establishing and maintaining good working relationships
  • Project Planning and Programming / Monitor progress against contract programme to include preparation of short term programmes
  • Enforcing Company Housekeeping Standards
  • Organise, coordinate and supervise site staff
  • Completion of site generated paperwork / maintain accurate site records
  • Manage construction issue paperwork
  • Attendance at Client Site Meetings

Suitable candidates would preferably have experience in timber frame construction, must be IT literature with a full driving licence.

Hours of work – 8am – 5.00pm
Salary and benefits – dependent on experience

E mail application to info@gmj.wales



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