Site Manager - Hull

Hays Construction and Property
Kingston Upon Hull
£35000 - £45000/annum package
23 Jul 2017
22 Aug 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Site Manager job in Hull for a national contractor paying between £35k - £45k + package

Your new company

Your new company is a national contractor who work across a wide variety of industries to include power, industrial and commercial.

The Site Manager job has become available due to a new project starting in Hull and on going business growth.

This is an excellent time to join a growing business for career development.

Your new role

Your new job as Site Manager will be to ensure a new build industrial project is delivered on time, within budget and most importantly with thew highest standards of health and safety on site.

You will have previous experience across industrial new build projects, specifically building with RC frame rather than traditional build.

You will have full responsibility for ensuring site runs effectively, working with trades, sub-contractors and the site team.

What you'll need to succeed

To be considered for this Site Manager job you must have experience in running your own industrial new build projects. You will have RC frame experience and hold a valid SMSTS card.

What you'll get in return

In return, you will get to work for one of the UK fastest growing contractors. You will receive a salary of between £35-£45k + package. You will have the opportunity to develop a strong career with a leading contractor.

What you need to do now

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