The Site Manager will be expected to carry out the implementation and monitoring of health, safety, quality and performance standards and ensuring all work meets required water industry regulations and our clients approved standards including POSWSH
This role involves the individual management of projects from inception to completion. It will be a site based role requiring regular communication between other members of the delivery
team based in the local office. Working under the Operations Manager the Site Manager will be responsible for the day-to-day management of Supervisors delivery teams and subcontractors on site. The role will require the effective utilisation of time and resources to meet budgets and delivery programme
Responsible for the management of site based Supervisors and Delivery Teams.
Responsible for delivery of projects in line with tender allowances and agreed programmes of work, actively managing any slippage.
Responsible for sub-contractor performance, ensuring variations are kept to an absolute minimum.
Timely completion of multiple concurrent projects, safely and within budget.
Attend internal and external review and progress meetings.
Co-ordinate and Liaise with suppliers, specialist sub-contractors, in-house functions, site installation & construction teams
Comprehensive inductions are delivered on all construction sites
Site based change is identified and communicated to engineering / commercial & support team within 1 week of occurrence.
Programme slippage is actively managed and mitigation plans implemented accordingly to minimise impact.
Monitor SHEA, legislative & programme performance of sub-contractor as per own team
Zero hours of standing time
Underperforming team members are reported to Operations Manager.
Projects delivered ahead of agreed programmes
Accountable for SHEQ performance of Projects, including undertaking and record findings of periodic SHEQ visits.
Acts as an ambassador for the company by supporting, promoting and implementing all company and Business Unit initiatives
Responsible for driving cultural change into the Delivery/Design Teams to eliminate / minimise physical and non-physical waste – i.e. recycling techniques, workshop recharges, standing time etc.
Responsible for communicating and recording of all Corporate, SHEQ or Business Unit briefings
All briefings/inductions are recorded on relevant forms and retained for reference
Appropriate welfare is available for use and well maintained throughout the construction phase CF820-51 Version 4
All site base personnel hold relevant qualifications and training to carryout their duties
Zero accidents / incidents
Average SHEQ audits scores ahead of KPI’s