Site Manager (Social Housing – Kitchen/Bathroom Refurbishment)

Site Manager (Social Housing – Kitchen/Bathroom Refurbishments)

Novus Property Solutions are a dynamic,
award winning property maintenance, refurbishment and new build specialist
with more than 750 staff in 26 Locations across the UK providing a combination
of local knowledge and national strength. We are a Social and Environmentally
responsible family run business with a rich 124-year heritage, delivering a
range of bespoke services and solutions to a wide variety of

As a result of our
success we have an excellent opportunity for an enthusiastic 
Site Manager to work for our
Burton office, covering East Midlands and surrounding areas.


  • Salary
  • Discount
    Healthcare Scheme
  • Fleet
  • Pension
  • 23
    Days Hols & BH

Summary – Site Manager

With responsibility for the supervision of a number of site personnel
including subcontractors. The Site Manager will ensure all site personnel carry
out their designated tasks efficiently and effectively to enable the contract
to be completed on time, with zero defects, within budget and with no risk to
the Health & Safety of their operational team, the Client or the general

The successful candidate will have strong
experience in Refurbishment and Maintenance contracts especially within
Social Housing/Tenanted properties and have an expertise in Kitchen/Bathroom
replacements and Bathroom adaptations. 

Main Responsibilities – Site Manager

  • Ensure
    the site complies with H&S regulations and all staff follow Novus
    H&S policies and procedures through effective training, risk
    assessments and audits, record keeping, etc. monitoring all H & S
    issues, resolving and escalating when necessary in a timely manner
  • Mange
    the site to meet quality and compliance standards required (including but
    not exhaustive of BVQI) and provide relevant reports in a timely manner.
  • Conduct
    benchmarking to agree the required quality of works; ensure consistency of
    standards throughout the project through to the handover of works; ensure
    the requirements are understood by all staff.
  • Ensure
    the site teams complete the work effectively, on time, safely and within
  • Assist
    Contracts Manager in the selection and formation of the site team (inc.
    subcontractors, suppliers, etc.) as part of the pre-contract planning.
  • Proactively
    input to the production of the overall programme of works, continually
    review progress of work against the programme, schedule of works and
    budget; provide timely reports to Contracts Manager and other stakeholders
  • Work
    within the budget provided and make suggestions in relation to
    improvements/upselling opportunities.
  • Manage
    staff in line with the company policies and procedures; such as
    recruitment, training, capability, disciplinary, talent development and
  • Proactively
    work with Customer Liaison team to understand customer needs to prevent
    complaints; resolve any customer-related issues or enquiries in a
    proactive and timely manner.

Key skills

  • Must hold a current SMSTS.
  • Essential to have minimum of
    5 years experience of Site Management with refurbishment/refit and planned
  • Experience working within
    Social Housing essential 
  • Must be an enthusiastic
    self-starter with confident communications skills.
  • Confident IT skills, proficient
    in the use of MS Office & Project
  • Must be flexible in hours of
    work (as may be required to work nights as and when required), travel and
    hold a Full UK Driving Licence.
  • Ipaf, Pasma and First Aid

Applications are welcomed from all as we are an Equal Opportunities Employer. We are a socially and environmentally responsible national building and maintenance company.

Please note that we do not require recruitment agency support with this role and speculative CVs will be treated as a direct application.






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