Options Resourcing is extremely pleased to be exclusively offering the opportunity to work for a Leading Sub-Contractor to start on 7th February 2022. Our Client has a key requirement for a Site Manager to oversee the Demo, Strip-Out and Reinstatement works in Brighton, East Sussex. You will be required to have experience in all aspects of the fore mentioned disciplines.
As the Site Manager, your role will be to oversee the trades site team on the project and you will be a highly valued connection between the Site Team and the Project Management / Directors, You will need to be confident, capable, be able to make decisions and be able to provide a proven track record of delivering results on time and within budget.
Your required duties will include managing the site along with liaising with senior members of staff within the business and head office, liaising and ordering with suppliers, organising of sub-contractors, managing the complete works programme while delivering the project on time and in budget, be effective in both written and verbal communications between the client and the company, be responsible for ensuring Health and Safety is adhered to at all times.
You will need to be IT literate, you will need to have a good communication manner both verbally and written, be well presented and be comfortable undertaking numerous tasks at any one time.
In order to be considered for this position you will need to meet the following criteria:
*Have a valid SMSTS
*Live within a commutable distance of Brighton
*Have the required Personal Protective Equipment
*The Salary will be negotiable depending on your experience
*Working Hours are 7.30am – 5pm Monday to Friday and possibly weekends
*Be able to read site drawings
*Be punctual and reliable
*You must have multiple working references
If you meet the above criteria, then please contact Options Resourcing on 01444 473353
Job Reference: HQ00148005_1643880589
Salary per: Day
Job Duration: 6
Job Start Date: 07/02/2022
Job Type: Temporary
Job Industry: Construction Trades and Labour