The Construction Managers role is primarily responsible for supervising and coordinating all the workings at a job site including that of a crew of plumbers, apprentices, and labourers. He/She will establish and adjust work timelines to meet the construction schedule for the project, and organize and coordinate all project materials and equipment. The Construction Manager will also ensure that all work installed is completed in accordance with the standards set forth by the Company – all work will be completed on budget, on time, and in accordance with all applicable plans, specifications, codes, and industry standards.
- Generates high quality work in alliance with the vision and mission of the Company
- Taking responsibility for health and safety on site.
- Leads by example – sets, monitors, and enforces the standards of safety, and exemplary quality of work set forth by the Company.
- Organising tools, plant, machinery and materials.
- Organising workers.
- Supervising construction activities.
- Coordinates with all other crafts working on a job site to ensure smooth transitions.
- Identifying materials and equipment that may be required.
- Ensuring construction is carried out accurately, following plans and specifications.
- Conducts quality control inspections on project sites
- Ensuring that contractor activities are properly co-ordinated.
- Ensuring that tasks are completed on time and to the required quality standards.
- Analyses and quickly resolves any work problems and may arise and ensures that all deficiencies on any given project are corrected in a timely manner.
- Training employees.
- Ensuring apprentices are provided with work experience relevant to their current requirements where possible.
- Maintaining detailed and accurate site reports.
- Communicating project progress to key stakeholders, such as the client, architects, engineers, and so on.
- Fully qualified, JIB UK-PHMES carded Plumber
- An appropriate Construction Skills Certificate Scheme (CSCS) card
- Site Supervisor’s Safety Training Scheme (SSTS) or Site Management Safety Training Scheme (SMSTS) qualification.
- Proven track record in the industry, ideally working at ‘Foreman’ level.
- Sound working knowledge of Health & Safety, delivering projects and managing staff, materials and budgets.
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All Applicants must have the right to work in the UK or hold the appropriate work permit.