Site Manager - Civil Works

Vacancy ID: 1029711
Created Date: 13.01.2020
Job Title: Site Manager - Civil Works
Salary Negotiable
Temp or Perm: Contract Role
Region: Scotland
Sector: Construction
Consultant: Shaun Lamb
Consultant Phone: 0141 226 8156

Job Description:
NRL’s client based in Grangemouth is looking to recruit a Site Manager on an ongoing contract basis.

About the role:

  • The Site Manager will be responsible for the day-to-day management of site activities relating to construction where health and safety is a key driver.
  • The Site Manager will be experienced in the management of civil works & underground pipeline installations. The Site Manager will develop a close working relation with the Clients site staff in order to minimise the impact of construction activities.
  • The Site Manager must have the ability to drive a pro-active HSE culture throughout all aspects of the activity and have experience of both writing and reviewing Risk Assessments and Method Statements.
  • Monitor and track costs from projects and report to Construction Manager.
  • Order materials.
  • Verification of vendor/sub-contractors invoices and claims.
  • Monitor and report on sub-contractor site resources to assist in ensuring project delivery and meeting project costs.
  • An awareness and appreciation of the cost implications in waiting time of site operatives and sub-contractors.
  • Pro-active approach to minimise the cost of any potential non-productive works.

Leadership:

  • Supervision and management of on-site subcontractors and/or direct labour.
  • Implementation of and, ensuring compliance to project and site procedures.

Physical:

  • The role requires direct control of and responsibility for plant and equipment to complete works as necessary.
  • It will also involve monitoring sub-contractors plant to ensure compliance with project and site methodologies.

Main Responsibilities

  • Responsibilities should cover Health & Safety, Financial, Customer, Innovation, People & Behaviours, Environmental and Operations/Work Knowledge
  • Management of health safety and environmental standards in a petrochemical environment on a complex multi customer project.
  • Supporting and implementing ISO 9000, ISO 14000, BS 18000 and IIP accreditation using and delivering the Business Performance System
  • Monitor direct labour and sub-contractor activities on site
  • Continually review project associated risks within the context of long term site service contract and manage to minimise
  • Clear and precise instruction to direct site labour and sub-contractors with respect to project risks
  • Develop and maintain operational relationships with the customer at all levels to ensure the success of ongoing projects
  • Act as a conduit for direct labour and/or sub-contractors to raise issues with the client.
  • To adopt a positive and innovative approach to site supervision of remediation and optimisation projects
  • Directly manage and control on site sub contractor activity
  • Good working relations are an essential factor within the company.

What you will need?

  • Managerial experience
  • Experience of work planning
  • Mechanical or piping background is preferred
  • Ability to monitor a number of projects simultaneously
  • Experience of electrical and/or civil works (desirable)
  • Experience of petrochemical and/or power site regulations (desirable)
  • Experience of working on multi-faceted process engineering projects
  • Specialist knowledge of risk assessed permit systems (desirable)
  • Experience of direct customer contact at various levels – customer focussed role
  • Computer literate – Word, Excel, Access, Project, Lotus Notes and Internet Explorer
  • Previous experience of setting out is required.
  • SMSTS or SSSTS qualified.
  • Time served / recognised mechanical engineering or pipefitting apprenticeship
  • HNC/HND or equivalent in engineering discipline (desirable)
  • CCNSG Safety Passport or IOSH equivalent
  • Relevant HSE training (Risk Assessment, Method Statement, Manual Handling etc)

What’s in it for you?

  • Ongoing contract work
  • Attractive rate




Apply for this job


Please note, all fields are compulsory.

If you don't have your cv to hand you can upload this at a later date.


You can upload your cv now or at a later date through your profile page.

NRL will use your personal details to contact you during the process of job applications and to directly inform you of job vacancies & other group services where applicable. Please view our Privacy Policy.



Once registered, you can change your communication preferences at any time from your account page. For more information, please view our privacy policy