The client are one of the UK's top 10 house builders with a regional office based in Berkshire that specialises in the development of volume build housing across Berkshire, Surrey and Oxfordshire.
They are currently recruiting for a No.1 Site Manager to oversee an already running 50 unit traditional build scheme in Reading. Candidates must have at least 5 years experience working as a Site Manager for a house builder and must be based within an hour of Reading. Due to the level of experience required the client have stated they would be looking to pay up to £62k + package.
ResponsibilitiesProviding clear direction to the on-site construction team regarding responsibilities and targetsManaging the day to day operation from foundation to completion, and the critical paths for labour, materials and plant including material lead timesEnsuring the development is completed in accordance with specification and the build programmeProviding accurate and regular reports on progress and datesControlling additional costs for non-productive costs and prelim expenditureDriving through quality at every stage of the construction processEnsures the development pass internal and external inspection processesEnsuring all aspects of Health and Safety are followed and adhered toTaking responsibility for self-development and the development of othersMonitoring and controlling the quality of production, and approve stage completions to payments to sub-contractorsEnsuring any remedial work is completed prior to occupationEnsure customer service remains of the highest priority at all times with everyone on site
The ideal candidate will currently be working for another large developer or social housing contractor on volume build, fast paced projects.
The above qualifications are required as a minimum.
The client operate a 2 stage interview process, the 1st with the Contracts Manager and the 2nd with the Construction Director. If this opportunity is of interest please apply now.
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Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.
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