Site Manager

Posted 12 April 2024
Salary £50k - 58k per year
Job type Permanent - Full Time
Discipline Water & Environmental
Contact NameChas Earl

Job description

Role: Site Manager
Location: Chatham
Salary: up to £58,000 p/a plus package
A leading contractor on multiple UK water authorities' frameworks across the UK is seeking to bolster and strengthen their Site team with a Site Manager for the Southern water region covering the East Kent area.
You will report directly to the Regional Construction Manager and your role will cover leading and directing the site team to coordinate the safe management of all operational activities on all projects ensuring HSQE, programme and budget requirements are met.

Key responsibilities will include:

·Ensure all works are undertaken with due regard to the needs of the local population within the immediate vicinity of the works and the travelling public as a whole
·Manage, supervise and mentor the site team as appropriate
·Adopt, maintain and promote cost conscious management through efficient use of all resources
·Ensure realistic scheme programmes are prepared, reviewed and updated
·Ensure method statements and risk assessments are prepared, reviewed, briefed and updated
·Ensure all "as constructed" records are provided to the CDMC for inclusion within the Health and Safety File in a timely manner following scheme completion

About The Candidate:

·Recognised Civil Engineering/Site Management Qualifications
·Health, Safety and Environmental Management (IOSH or Construction Managers Safety Certificate)
·CSCS Site Manager (Min)
·First Aid at Work
·Experience in the Water/Waste Water Treatment Industry
Job Types: Permanent
We are looking to move quick sourcing for this position. Apply Today and We will be in touch to progress your application. You can contact me at or reach me on 02393 876 074.

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