Summary of Role
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Our Client are high voltage electrical and civil engineers who are a NERS accredited Independent Connect Provider (ICP) and can provide Contestable Works up to 132 kV.
The Site Manager will have a strong site management background with the supporting qualifications and experience. The role itself will support the operations team in the delivery of construction projects and will report directly to the Senior Project Manager.
• Direct Contractors: To direct and oversee the activities of a range of contractors and subcontractors. This will be through the final stages of the project and de-mobilisation. The site manager may provide input on selecting and hiring contractors, monitor work progress, and serve as a liaison between contractors and clients.
• Manage Timelines: The assistant site managers should be able to follow schedules and delivery dates for certain elements the project. This can involve determining the order in which contractors work on a series of tasks, ensuring that they have available materials, and making sure contractors do not cause one another delays due to conflicting project elements. Reporting back to project manager of issues which may arise.
• Consult with Clients: The assistant site manager will work closely with clients, clients representatives and contractors throughout the project. This can involve accompanying the client during site visits, answering questions about construction projects and overall progress, and communicating changes between the client and contractors. Additionally, the construction site manager may present contractor questions to the client to avoid any confusion.
• Maintain Site Safety: The site manager will play a vital role in maintaining site safety. This can include setting and enforcing standards for site and ensuring that contractors are following proper safety procedures. The construction site manager also works to minimize risk, resolve violations and potential hazards, and prepare incident reports in case of an accident or injury.
• Prepare Site Reports: The site manager will also help coordinate and write site reports, drawings, and other necessary documents. This can include working with design to identify possible errors, determining where certain project elements can be improved.
Project Specific Responsibilities
• To be read in conjunction with Site Managers Roles and Responsibilities Matrix
• Liaise, communicate effectively and timely with colleagues, clients, suppliers and sub-contractors as required.
• Familiarise yourself with the Contract between the client and and comply with the client’s requirements.
• Familiarise yourself with the sales estimate/proposal and how sets the project budget.
• Familiarise yourself with the project drawings & specifications
• Familiarise yourself with the client planning conditions.
• Familiarise yourself with sub contractor/supplier processes and procedures. Gather quotes and raise POs as required.
• Familiarise and comply with the procurement process.
• Compile weekly reports and distribute as required.
• Ensure supplier/sub-contractor invoices match the PO and goods received on site.
• HSEQ – Familiarise yourself with the CPP, F10 (If required) and suite of HSEQ documentation. In conjunction with Project Manager you are responsible for site safety, welfare and security.
• Check the POW daily and advise the PM on of any changes.
• Familiarise yourself with Variation Order (VO) Processes and assist the PM in raising Compensation Events (CEs), Early Warning Notices (EWNs) as required.
• Provide adequate supervision to all sub-contractors as required.
• Carry out required Quality Assurance (QA) – carry out pre work checks and sign off completed works checking it’s to specification and the drawings. Compile/collate test certificates, reports etc as required.
• Familiarise yourself with the commissioning processes.
• Attend site meetings as required.
• Complete audits as required.
• Photograph site works regularly and load onto the correct folder in the one drive
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