Site Manager Rail Civils

30 November 20212021-11-30
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Civils Site Manager


£40,000 to £45,000 plus car allowance and additional benefits

Recruit12 Construction has a fantastic opportunity for a Rail Project Manager to join a successful company with a track record of nearly 60 years’ industry experience, including more than 40 years as a rail industry contractor.

Due to the continued growth of the business, an exciting opportunity has arisen for a Civils Site Manager to join the Rail Division in Essex. 

As a Civils Site Manager your responsibilities will include the following:

  • Assisting the Project Manager in the management of the site on a day to day basis.
  • Responsibility for managing health, safety and environmental matters including record keeping.
  • Preparing and managing safety documentation WPP/TBRA etc.
  • Controlling and issuing appropriate permits to work.
  • Controlling and monitoring competencies on site.
  • Maintaining the site diary, issuing works records, recording extra works inc. site measurements.
  • Preparing progress reports.
  • Liaising with Project Quantity Surveyor on commercial matters.
  • Managing labour, plant and materials on-site in conjunction with the Foreman.
  • Preparing timesheets, plant records etc.
  • Managing sub-contractors effectively with emphasis on health, safety and quality.
  • Liaising with the client, designer, construction consultants etc.

To be successful as a Civils Site Manager, you must have:

  • Ideally, a minimum of five years’ construction experience and multi-disciplined in platform & bridge construction embankment stabilizations, deep excavations and general rail-related infrastructure contracts. Together with a good take on design and build contracts.
  • Good knowledge and experience of civil engineering work including drainage, tarmac surfacing, paving and structures.
  • CIOB/CSCS Manager’s card and skilled and trained in the management of large works overseeing contractors. 
  • SMSTS certification
  • The ability to brief safety information to all site staff.
  • The ability to read drawings effectively.
  • An awareness of contract programme requirements.
  • The ability to work clearly and accurately under pressure and to tight timescales, be reliable and self-motivated.
  • Must be computer literate and be able to use email, Word, Excel etc.
  • PTS would be advantageous but not essential.
  • A full UK driving licence is essential.