Site Manager

Job Description

Annual salary: up to £45,000.00

Site Manager (Planned Capital Works)

Brighton

Full time - Permanent - 42.5 Hours per week 8am -5pm

£45,000 per annum,- Plus Van and Fuel Card

Wiltshire House is a high-rise residential purpose-built concrete framed structure with brick infill panels, projecting concrete bays and upper parapet details with much of the external façade clad with a EWI in 2009/10. The Client's objective is to makes safe the external fabric with the contractor to undertake repairs to detached sections of EWI. Repair carbonation to concrete detailing. Replace concrete copings for pressed aluminium, replace damaged panels to common area screens to include ventilation grilles and redecorate the entire façade to all elevations.

About the Role:

Manage the day to day operational delivery of planned work/s contract and all associated staff and ensuring contractual KPI's targets are achieved and maintained.

Manage and monitor work programme progression and completion via ongoing site visits to ensure works are adequately resourced, being effectively delivered to set quality standard and completed on time and within budget.

Management of employees and sub contractors, ensuring compliance and adherence to H&S regulations, Mears standard operating procedures & values, quality assurance accreditations, CDM and the company's commitment to best practice with legislation, codes of  good working practices relevant to all work activities.

Provide quotations for work, manage costs during work, ensure final accounts are completed accurately and to budget and information input is timely and accurate in support of this.

Provide good management of employees' performance, ensuring HR Policies & Procedures are followed.

Ensure the customer experience is central to all activities by adopting a professional manner when communicating with all stakeholders, this includes but is not limited to appearance, company ID, maintaining a high standard of Health & Safety requirements.

Follow and support policies, procedures, initiatives and work instructions at all times and keep all supplied company assets in a good condition in line with the company policies, reporting to your Manager where damages occur.

Undertake any other duties as required by the company, provide back up to other site managers to cover any absences and attend informal and formal company & client meetings and training sessions as required.

Role Criteria:

  • Relevant experience working with buildings over 18 meters.
  • Understanding and experience in external wall insulation and concrete repair.
  • Previous experience in a managerial role
  • SSMTS accreditation
  • Knowledge and experience in social housing
  • Good Communication skills
  • UK Full Driving licence.
  • Current CSCS card

All our roles require candidates to have the entitlement to work within the UK, Mears does not currently offer visa sponsorship.

What you will be doing:

  • Meeting with and building client relationships through meetings and by providing a quality service to exceptional standards
  • Overall management for everything health and safety
  • Managing the site on a day-to-day basis, including supervising the labour force, monitoring subcontractors, checking materials, inspecting work and overseeing quality control
  • Overseeing the ordering of necessary materials end equipment
  • Report writing and site monitoring
  • Sub Contractor Performance Reviews

Benefits

  • Competitive basic salary - £45,000 per annum, depending on experience
  • Company van and fuel card
  • 25 days annual leave
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • Sharesave - a simple way of saving money direct from your salary for 3 years, in order to buy Mears Group shares at a price that is fixed and discounted at the outset.
  • Eye Test Vouchers
  • Employee Assistance Programme
  • Mears Fun Day - Our annual Fun Day is organised as a massive thank you from the Executive team for all the hard work!
  • Staff perks with Mears Rewards - discounts of up to 10% on coffee, weekly groceries, holidays, the list is endless.
  • Be part of a friendly and dedicated team
  • Volunteering Leave - Mears supports employees to undertake volunteering in the community, in support of our social value commitment.

Apply below or to discuss your application further; contact Francesca at f.park-davies mearsgroup.co.uk

To drive a Mears vehicle, you must be aged over 21 have held your licence over 3 months and have less than 9 points.

Mears Group is a Disability Confident employer and recognises our people as our greatest asset, we hire individuality, recognising and valuing everyone is individual and ensuring equal access to opportunities for all regardless of social economic background or individual make up.

Candidates should be aware that all our roles are subject to relevant DBS/Security checks either before or upon commenceme