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Site Manager

  • Location:

    Dublin, Republic of Ireland

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  • Salary:


  • Contact:

    Helen Myers

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  • Published:

    about 1 year ago

  • Expiry date:

    20 Jun 00:00

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Position: Site Manager Fit Out

Location: Dublin

Salary: Neg DOE

Elk are currently recruiting a Site Manager for an established Fit Out company in the Dublin area.

Site Manager Responsibilities:

 Management of the clients H&S Management System: They operate a "Best in Class" H&S

management system. The on site management of the system is the responsibility of the

Site Manager. All Permits to work, RAMS, Logs, Site Diary and Inductions must be

completed and maintained by the SM. Weekly inspections are undertaken by our H&S

Officers and any actions arising from these inspections must be closed by the SM.

 Management of the site team: You are responsible for the management of the on-site

subcontractor teams. You are responsible for managing their progress and compliance

with spec and H&S and quality management systems.

 You are responsible for monitoring the spend on site. This means managing direct

and contracted labour to ensure the best possible productivity and completing labour

allocations forms and submitting to your CM and QS.

 You work closely with your CM to develop and implement the logistics plan for the project,

agreeing access and egress routes with building landlord and other tenants

 You are responsible for developing traffic management plans for deliveries and crane lifts

 Weekly Look Ahead: As the SM on the project you need to issue your CM with weekly

look ahead, outlining the works to be complete over the coming weeks. You need to have

accountability for the progress made on site during each shift. You should hold daily site

walk through meetings with subcontractor foremen and charge hands to inspect both

quality and progress.

 You with your CM must hold weekly coordination meetings with all subcontractors.

Minutes of these meetings complete with action items must be circulated to the team

within 24 hours of end of meeting.

 The SM is responsible for feeding information relevant to the Contractors Report back to

their CM in a timely manner, this includes but is not limited to updates on programme,

updated RFI Log, Procurement Schedule, Updated RFA and Tech Submittal Log and

progress photographs.

 Quality Management: The Site Manager is the first point of contact on site, it is

your responsibility to ensure that your site complies with the Quality standards set out by

the company, both you and your site should at all times be clean and tidy and presented

in a professional manner. Approved marketing signage should be in place, site canteen

and site office should be set up with all required equipment and H&S Signage should be

installed as required. Site access and egress routes should be kept clean and clear from

materials and protective corex should be cleaned and maintained daily.

 Site Manager is responsible for identifying defects / snag throughout the construction

period. This extends to ensuring sub-contractors are in compliance with specifications and

bench marking. With your CM you must ensure the timely issue of technical submittals,

RFA's and bench marking samples.

 Coordinating of Subcontractors is an essential part of the Site Managers role, you are

responsible for ensuring subcontractor attendance to site for construction and pricing


 Working closely with your CM you are expected to continually plan ahead, allowing you to

prevent problems on site before they occur.

 Ownership and Accountability: As the SM you are responsible for the delivery of the

project. You must at all times be proactive and willing to go above and beyond to ensure

the success of the job.

 Our clients rely on us to ensure a seamless transition into their new space. You must be

in attendance during client move weekends and on site for client first day of business.

 Site Managers are expected to be proficient in communicating with the professional team

and client.

 You must be aware of the frequency of reporting and requesting of information and

recognise when critical items need to be flagged upstream.

 You must ensure that you structure your correspondence to the team correctly and that

you deliver your message in a clear and concise manner.

Site Manager Requirements:

  • Third level qualification
  • Must have at least 3 years' experience as a Site Manager.
  • Effective supervision and managerial skills.
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Fluent English, spoken/written

If this role is of interest to you please submit your CV today and one of our consultants will call you to discuss in detail. Or feel free to contact us on 086 0405288 for more information