Site Manager

Recruiter
Anonymous
Location
Moreton-In-Marsh
Salary
50000.00 - 55000.00 GBP Annual + Car, Pension, Bonus, Negotiable
Posted
09 Nov 2016
Closes
01 Dec 2016
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Experienced Residential Site Manager Required In Moreton In Marsh

Your new company
Established over 50 years ago, this award winning NHBC volume house builder are one of the largest in the UK. Their reputation in the industry is one of outstanding quality and finish, and whose aim is to be the employer of choice, attracting and retaining people through their culture and opportunities for career development.

Your new role
As an Site Manager you will be responsible for supervising trades teams, ensuring health and safety is strictly adhered to, day-to-day running of the site along with taking responsibility for Customer Care, inc snagging & finishing and home demonstrations to achieve high NHBC survey results.

What you'll need to succeed
You must come from a volume house building background with a full understanding of NHBC standards. As this is a busy and demanding position you must already be working for a volume house builder and hold all the relevant site tickets. You will also be computer literate with the ability to produce reports and complete all the paperwork associated with building exceptional houses.

What you'll get in return
Along with a competitive salary, company car and bonus, you will receive exceptional training to enable you to become a future 'Pride in Job' award winner.

What you need to do now
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