Site Manager

Anglo Technical Recruitment ( 99 jobs)

  • UK, East of England
  • to £42,000 per year
  • Permanent
  • Full time
  • Eligibility to work: UK

The Role:

The Site Manager/Agent is responsible for the management of the construction site in order to achieve required project delivery to the customers’ objectives, while maintaining high standards of health and safety, quality, environmental impact and cost control. They will deliver multiple on-going projects, to the specified quality, the required program and to the maximum commercial performance. The post-holder will work closely with the Estimating Department, engineers and surveyors to ensure that projects are completed in a safe manner whilst customer requirements and expectations are always maintained or exceeded.

Key Responsibilities:

Site management

Assume overall responsibility for the successful delivery of projects

Deliver the work safely, without environmental incidents and to the specified quality without defects

Manage subcontractors and provide direct instruction and support as necessary such that contractual arrangements are achieved

Ensure the commercial performance of the contract is maximized

Ensure production and implementation of Project Plans, risk assessments, method statements, site waste management plans are in line with Company procedures

Manage the project programme

Encourage and coach team members to develop their skills

Client interface

Undertake an ambassadorial role, representing the business to customers, public and official bodies

Deliver end product to customer satisfaction

Cost control

Maximize project value

Ensure detailed site diaries/records are completed

Maintain commercial tension to drive out cost and challenge the status quo


Produce good quality, accurate weekly/monthly reports for the Client and internally

Chair weekly site meetings in line with Company procedures

Key measures & targets:

Client monthly and weekly reporting timescales are met

Adherence to Business Unit Objectives

Ensure 3 Pillar KPI measures are met

Key relationships:

Customers and stakeholders

Subcontractors and suppliers

Site teams and support departments


Working within an Alliance environment


Person Specification:

The successful candidate is likely to meet all of the following criteria:


Considerable experience in Civil Engineering

Working knowledge of NEC contract conditions, CDM regulations, Design Management, Programme & Risk Management and cost control including forecasting, actual cost and value reporting

Good knowledge of specifications and testing regime relevant to general civil engineering

Experience in deep excavations.

Be able to demonstrate responsibility for the project programme. Work with the Planner, design and site team to update the programme as required.

Proven ability to manage the expectations of the customer to ensure a seamless transition of asset ownership

Degree/HNC in Civil Engineering, or equivalent

CSCS Managers card

IOSH Managing Safely or SMSTS

Temporary Works Coordinator – ideal but not essential

Lifting Appointed Person– ideal but not essential

Cable Avoidance Training

First Aid Training

Excellent communication, people and team management skills

Ability to challenge designs and resolve problems to conclusion

Ability to demonstrate the right behaviours and motivate and lead the team in line with the Company culture, ensuring high standards of compliance


CEng MICE preferred

Anglo Technical Recruitment
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