Site Manager

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Site Manager

  • Location:

    Lincoln

  • Sector:

    Construction

  • Job type:

    Permanent

  • Salary:

    £40,000 - £50,000

  • Contact:

    Chris Rolling

  • Contact email:

    chris@atkinsjames.co.uk

  • Contact phone:

    07766203905

  • Published:

    26 days ago

  • Expiry date:

    2020-12-09

​Atkins James are currently looking to source a Site Manager on a permanent basis for a construction main contractor based in Lincolnshire. This role has become available due to natural growth and planned development within the county.

The businesses operates on a regional basis across a number of counties in the UK. The current opportunity available is with the Lincoln office who design and build a variety of projects ranging from housing to large manufacturing sites, leisure centres and offices amongst others.

Responsibilities:

  • Manage construction projects with values exceeding £10m

  • Monitoring and amending programs as required

  • Quality monitor of sub-contractors

  • Chair client meetings and relationship build

  • Read drawings

  • Monitor and enforce Health and Safety

  • Communicate effectively

The Candidate:

  • Steel Frame experience at site manager level is a must for this role. The initial project is a large steel frame design and build contract

  • Project value experience in excess of £8million – New build.

  •  Ideally a trade background with 10 years + experience at site manager level

  • SMSTS, CSCS, First Aid as a minimum

  • Located in Lincolnshire or within a commutable distance to Lincoln centre

  • A strong manager with proven experience delivering new build projects

As an employee of this business you will benefit from a competitive salary, company car and the opportunity to work with one of Lincolnshire’s most established and well known construction businesses. You will be part of a larger group where training and development is encouraged along with the opportunity to use the experience and knowledge you have gained to better their current process.