Assistant Site Manager


  • Company:
    CV-Library
  • Location:
  • Salary:
    negotiable / Month
  • Job type:
    Full-Time
  • Posted:
    3 weeks ago
  • Category:
    Construction

About this Role:

Assistant Site Managers required for permanent placements on quality residential new build projects in West Sussex.

The role will be to assist the site manager with managing and securing the production of dwellings within pre-determined programmes and budgets, where you will be utilising your strong project management skills.

Working with the site manager you will be responsible for ensuring the end-to-end build process is compliant with Company quality and all health and safety standards. You will be overseeing subcontractors, working to ensure a smooth build process, working proactively to identify potential problems and finding solutions to ensure we never compromise on the build quality or safety on site.

About the Company/Client/Project:

This is a beautiful collection of new 2,3,4 and 5 bedroom homes, in addition to 2 bedroom apartments. This development is surrounded by the beautiful open countryside features of West Sussex. It also offers a wide range of local services, including a brand new primary school, will be available to residents and the new community will be served with excellent public transport links to locations such as Brighton and London.

The core operations are focused on the southern half of the UK.  This geographic spread, combined with an approach to high-quality well-designed homes and an extremely healthy 20 year land pipeline, provides our client with a distinctive position among the listed house builders.

Requirements including certificates and qualifications:

The ideal candidate should have a related trade, a technical or professional Building Qualification along with current health and safety knowledge and a current first aid certificate.

Candidates will be fully ticketed with CSCS, and SMSTS.

You will be able to demonstrate a proven track record of your successes.

Candidates must be able to prove their eligibility to work in the UK