Site Manager (Building Services) | Scotland

Posted 10 January 2023
Salary Negotiable
Job type Permanent
DisciplineConstruction Jobs
Contact NameSydney Long

Job description

Site Manager (Building Services) | Scotland

At Vickerstock, we are delighted to be working with a UK Tier 1 contractor to recruit for the position of Site Manager (Building Services). With a number of specialist divisions including Construction, Civil Engineering and Fit Out, this organisation has the capability and expertise to deliver highly complex projects across the full built environment spectrum. With offices across the UK, this local success story is now one of the UK's largest contractors and continues to go from strength to strength. This particular role is located in Glasgow working on an exciting project with a value of £33.2 million.

Your new role as Site Manager (Building Services)

As Site Manager, you will become a valued member of an impressive site team. You must be able to demonstrate a proven track record of successful delivery of high quality, medium to large scale projects. You are responsible for understanding the type of building contract and key project stakeholders. You will issue permits for MEP and their work activities, closing out accordingly. Other key duties will include but are not limited to taking material/equipment orders, making necessary applications doe permits to Highway Authorities and Utility companies, raising NCRs when necessary and follow current Health and Safety legislations.

What you will need to succeed as Site Manager (Building Services) (it would be great if you have these, but don't worry if you don't)

  • CSCS/SMSTS qualified
  • Valid driving licence
  • Electrical or Mechanical qualification
  • First Aid at work
  • Working knowledge of BG6 and RIBA stages
  • IOSH in managing safety in construction
  • Experience working in a similar role on new build or refurbishment projects in commercial, retail, healthcare or education sectors.

What's in it for you?

  • 33 days annual leave which increases after 5 years
  • Life insurance 4 times your annual salary
  • 6% employer contribution pension
  • Medical insurance
  • Employee assistance programme