Site Manager

Site Manager

Location: Dundee Operational Office – working around the Dundee and Fife areas – Typically working Monday to Friday 40 hours per week

As Site Managers for Novus, you’ll get to see the impact and improvements your role delivers to your customers and team every day – taking your job satisfaction to whole new levels. This varied and challenging role offers you the opportunity to work with and manage a skilled professional trade team, in a secure environment with long-term contracts and the opportunity to grow and learn.

Along with utilising your Site Management skills in Social Housing, you’ll also be looking for ways to add real social value to the communities and customers you work with. Supported by your peers, team, and management to solve problems and trusted to make decisions to grow and develop relationships and revenue.

Whilst ensuring the smooth running of multiple designated sites, ensuring all site personnel carry out their 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 public.

What’s in it for you?            

  • Attractive salary & benefits to suit you
  • 27 Days Hols & BH – option to buy or sell holidays
  • Company pension scheme – up to 7.5%
  • Car Allowance or Fleet Van/Fuel Card
  • We also offer a; Discounted Healthcare Scheme, High street & lifestyle discounts including Taste card, a day paid volunteering per year, length of service awards, and more….

An outline of your responsibility as a Site Manager

  • Manage site teams, work activities and resources to meet the requirements of individual contracts.
  • Manage the selection and formation of site personnel teams (including Sub Contractors)
  • Collate all preconstruction information (packs, asbestos surveys etc).
  • Ensure all necessary contract documentation / reports are accurate and produced on time in conjunction with the Contracts Manager.
  • Identify site hazards and ensure risk assessments and control methods are implemented via the Construction Phase Health
  • Ensure all sites work comply with Legal and Statutory requirements, including Health, Safety and Welfare
  • Assist in the preparation process for estimates, bids and tenders in partnership with the Contracts Manager.
  • Create, manage and report on projects with multiple, live site locations through the use of a master programme. 

About You

The successful Site Manager will have strong experience in Social Housing Responsive repairs Works, especially within Live Tenanted properties and have an understanding of all trades, managing the delivery through to completion/ handover.  You will need to hold a Full UK driving licence to travel to Sites daily. You must hold SMSTS or associated NVQ, as well as being confident with IT and proficient in MS Office. The role will also require a DBS check to be completed

A little bit about us

Novus Property Solutions is a dynamic, award-winning property maintenance, refurbishment, compliance, and decarbonisation specialist with more than 700 colleagues in 19 locations across Great Britain, providing a combination of local knowledge and national strength. We are a social and environmentally responsible family-owned business with a rich 127-year heritage, delivering a range of bespoke services and solutions to a wide variety of clients.  

At Novus Property Solutions we value people, and we are committed to building an inclusive and diverse workplace that enables our people to bring their full selves to work. We understand for many reasons, that people very rarely meet all the criteria laid out in the job advert, so, we encourage you to apply to the role even if you do not meet all the criteria or hold all the qualifications. You may be just who we are looking for to join our award-winning Property Maintenance company in this, or another role.

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