Site Manager - Residential Development

Professional Construction Recruitment Limited
£50000 - £58000 per annum + travel allowance, pension, bonus
17 Mar 2017
16 Apr 2017
Contract Type
Full Time

I am working with a top 20 residential developer who have a number of high profile projects in East and West London. Due to ongoing expansion, they are now in the market for Site Managers to work on major projects developing high spec multi-storey apartment blocks and traditional build town houses.

As a company, they pride themselves on excellent design and will have no two developments the same. They have won numerous national and local awards for their quality in both design and construction. Current projects are between 50 - 300 units and will last for a number of years to be followed by a number of future sites across London.

As Site Manager you will take responsibility for directing daily site activity, liaising with various departments internally to ensure the project is kept on budget and to design, and develop short term programmes to ensure the project is delivered on time and to comply with NHBC standards. You will also be supported by an Assistant Site Manager and will play a role in mentoring their development throughout.

This role requires a strong communicator to lead and motivate site teams, a keen forward planner to keep on top of construction issues and knowledge of concrete frame and traditional construction methods. Site specific certifications are essential in terms of SMSTS, First Aid at Work and CSCS (Ideally black card). HNC/HND or degree qualifications are also advantageous, as is a consistent track record in residential construction with either a developer or main contractor.

In return, you could expect a salary of up to £58,000 per annum D.O.E. with a travel allowance, bonus potential, 26 days annual leave, pension scheme, life assurance and private medical insurance.

If you would be interested to apply or are eager to find out more then please contact our residential construction specialist Connor Looby quoting ref: 19247