Assistant Site Manager Job In Chesterfield, Derbyshire, Tsr Nottingham Ltd

Published 2022-08-05
Expires 2022-09-05
ID #1116885574
45000 £
Assistant Site Manager Job In Chesterfield, Derbyshire, Tsr Nottingham Ltd
United Kingdom, Derbyshire, Chesterfield,
Published August 5, 2022

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Assistant site manager
Min. Salary: 40000.00

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TSR are delighted to be working with a 5* developer with an enviable reputation within the New Build Housing industry. They currently have a great opportunity for an Assistant Site Manager to join them on a permanent basis in Chesterfield.

The company have been around for a number of decades and have a great reputation for delivering new build properties. They have won numerous awards for their work over the years and have a real focus on customer care and quality.

Reporting to the Site Manager you will be responsible for:

- Implementing site safety, Health and Environment policy and procedures

- Supporting the management and motivation of the section's labour and to establish its full contribution to the organisation

- Developing an organisational culture within projects

- Establish and maintain all relationships on site

- Carry out site inductions

- Working with the Site Manager to supervise sub-contractors on site

To be successful in this role you will need:

- Previous Site Management experience is essential with SMSTS

- You will be commercially aware with excellent organisational skills.

- You must have excellent communication skills, be self-motivated and customer focussed.

- You must be numerate with good IT Skills.

- You should have leadership skills (control and management of employees) and a proven track record in successfully managing a project.

- You should be ambitious with high aspirations.

- You must hold a Driving Licence.

- Sound knowledge of Safety, Health and Environment

If you are an Assistant Site Manager with the right experience and you are interested in this role, please apply with updated CV


If you feel that you have the relevant experience to be successful in this position and would like to find out more, please apply online today attaching a copy of your current CV.

Due to the vast amount of applications that we receive, it is not possible for us to contact all applicants; therefore, only suitable candidates will be contacted. If you do not hear anything back within 7 days of submitting your application, you have unfortunately not been selected.

TSR are an Equal Opportunities employer. All applications will be dealt with in the strictest confidence

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    Tsr Nottingham Ltd
    Registered on October 7, 2017


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