Sep 01, 2021

Senior Site Manager

£50,000 - £55,000 yearly
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  • Cumbria, UK

Job Description

My client is a family-run, privately-owned award winning business with 6 offices across the UK. They have ambitious growth plans and the business is committing to investing in the future and the long-term growth of the business. They are currently recruiting for their newly established Northern office, a Senior Site Manager to join their team. The initial project is a Retirement home in Cumbria. About the role My client is looking for an experienced Senior Site Manager for their newly established Northern Region, initially to manage a new development in Cumbria. Using specified drawings and instructions, you'll manage the entire construction cycle to ensure all deadlines are met and the development is built to Company and NHBC standards. Based on site, and reporting to the Construction Director/Regional Managing Director, you'll successfully manage all aspects of the building site, from demolition to final completion, with responsibility for health and safety issues, trades and material co-ordination, site presentation and cost control. You'll play a key role in ensuring the continued success of the companies desirable developments in the North West part of the region. Initially based on the Cumbria site, there will be a requirement to travel to other future sites, as the business grows. For the right candidate, further opportunities for career progression will be available to develop and advance within the Company, as the Region grows. Hours of work are between 7.30am to 5.00pm, Monday to Friday. About you Successful applicants will hold a black or white CSCS card. You may have progressed from a trade background but ideally you will be qualified to HND or NVQ Level 3 or 4 in Site Management, preferably on the NHBC Site Manager Accreditation programme. You will have a wealth of previous Site Management experience gained building Residential Apartments, Retirement Living, Extra-Care Homes or student accommodation. Sound knowledge of Health and Safety Legislation is a must. Career progression will be a motivator for you, and with future opportunities to progress, you will possess the drive and ambition to grow and develop with the region and the Company as a whole. You'll be assertive and calm under pressure to meet numerous construction deadlines, whilst liaising with a wide range of external suppliers, specialists and in-house teams to achieve critical objectives, without compromising quality standards in any way. To achieve maximum co-operation, the ability to influence is key. You'll be comfortable supervising all onsite staff and will display discretion and confidentiality at all times

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