Site Manager required for excellent opportunity with an award winning developer on an award winning site. Salary circa £60k plus excellent package with flexible benefits.
Our client is a well known developer closely associated with quality build and finish of excellently designed and appointed developments across the UK . This role is with the Southern region who's Head Office is based in Kent.
They are currently looking to employ a Site Manager for a new phase of 80 traditional build units as part of a large ongoing project with a number of phases to be built.
Reporting into a Regional Contract manager you will be responsible for the delivery of the programme, managing the day to day procedures associated with a new build project.
Duties include:Carrying out plot inspections at various stages of the build process.Ensure contractors are completing works to programme.Coordinate with contractors for when works should be completed by.Use the subcontract manual and trade specifications as a basis for managing the subcontractor's obligations.Liaise with the Customer Care team to schedule inspections of plots that you have signed off as ready for quality control inspection.Direct management of Site staff Responsible for Health and SafetyLiaise with the NHBC Progress reporting Management of Assistant Site Manager to ensure all plots have a customer care pass before obtaining CML prior to legal completion.
The Client is looking for candidates with a prior knowledge of traditional build 3 and 4 bedroom houses and apartments who have delivered similar sizes phases / projects for a volume developer previously.
The client in turn will pay well, offer a flexible package and competitive bonuses as well as a trusted and dependable sub contractor supply.
For more information please forward your CV to Nick at Randstad Maidstone or call us on 01622 357230
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