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Assistant Site Manager

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Posted: 10/05/2019
Reference: 764537
Job Type: Permanent
Location: Deveon, Devon, England (map)
Salary: £35000 - £40000
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Job description

Assistant Site Manager from a residential background required for developments in Devon.

Are you an experienced Assistant Site Manager looking to progress your career?

I'm working with one of the countries leading contractors who are looking to expand their house building team due to continued success in the region. This is an excellent opportunity to work on a range of challenging developments with a mix of contract and open market developments across the county.

As an Assistant Site Manager you'll be an integral part of the management team supporting the Site Manager to deliver developments to the highest standards. You'll be responsible for managing Health and Safety on site, monitoring work and managing sub contractors to ensure works are delivered against programme and to the required quality standards. You'll also prepare houses for all key stage inspections, prepare plots for CML and be take plots through handover and manage customer care. 

Ideally candidates will come from a trade background, although other routes to management will be considered. The main requirement is that you are a dedicated professional capable of leading a team to deliver results.

To be considered you will need to hold an SSSTS or SMSTS, a CSCS card and 1st Aid qualification. A construction related qualification at HNC level or higher is also highly desirable.

To find out more about this opportunity and to register your interest APPLY NOW or call Andy Fletcher at Fusion People on 0117 917 4560 or 07540 657 273.  

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