We have a Site Manager position with a leading medium sized housebuilder located in the East who are looking for an experienced manager who will continue to help in the growth and development of their new sites.
Contract Scotland are working with one of Scotland’s larger housebuilders, to appoint an assistant site manager for one of a number of developments in Edinburgh and the East.
Would you like to embark on a unique opportunity to join a stable housebuilder and make a genuine impact on the community through building quality homes?
Our client prides themselves on centring their business plan and efforts around the community and making a significant impact with community spirit and improving the housing shortage.
The company are looking for a Site Manager to work in South Queensferry on a flatted development from inception to completion. With the rare opportunity to move onto site from the start, this is your chance to make the site your own, showcase your skills and be part of a wider, reputable company.
Your duties within the role will include:
• Planning and organising all labour on site, including sub contractors
• Quality control
• Maintaining Health and Safety
• Keeping site records and registers up to date
• Ensuring site is safe and tidy place to work and visit
• Customer care
If you are an experienced Site Manager with your SMSTS, CSCS and First Aid overseeing new build Social Housing developments we are keen to speak to you.
With this role comes a salary up to £55,000 and benefits package.
If you would like any more information, then please contact Adam Rahma on 01786 446651 quoting reference J23748.
Contract Scotland offers both the services of an employment agency for permanent work and an employment business for temporary work.
We can only deal with applications from Candidates who are eligible to work in the UK and are current UK residents.
We are committed to equal opportunities and diversity for our employees, temporary workers and work seekers. Individuals are only assessed on their individual merits and suitability to a position irrespective of race, gender, disability, age, faith or sexual orientation.