Construction Site Manager job description

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How to become a construction site manager? Are you looking for a Site Manager job description? What are the important details in a Site Manager job description? This job description template provides a sample that simplifies the process for the positions that you need to fill. 

When you are recruiting new staff, a reusable job description model can be useful. Since it's a description of an open vacancy in your organization, a model can be easily tailored by adding specific requirements, responsibilities, job duties, and skills required by the person that will perform the role. This Site Manager job description has ways to grab its audience’s attention. It is drafted by HR professionals, intelligently structured and easy to navigate, and provides the major categories that you should include. For example:

Job title: emphasize the formal title of the position as a header.

Job purpose: a brief description of the overall goals and general nature of the position. This can be an overview of why the job exists and what the role is expected to accomplish. The job purpose is usually a summary and not more than four sentences long.

Reports to: specify the role/title of the position that the person that gets the job reports to.

Duties and responsibilities: list the primary job duties and responsibilities using headings and provide examples of core activities under each heading. 

Qualifications: provide the minimum qualifications required to perform the job successfully, for these categories:

  • Education;
  • Professional Certification;
  • Experience;
  • Specialized knowledge;
  • Skills;
  • Abilities;
  • Other qualities such as personal characteristics.

Working conditions: provide whether a person has to work in special circumstances, such as shift work, working outdoors, working with challenging clients, etc.

Physical requirements: describe whether the job is physically demanding, for example, lifting heavy objects on a regular basis, if standing for extended periods of time is needed or the job contains mostly repetitive tasks, or if traveling is demanding, lunch breaks are uncommon, and so forth.

Direct reports: specify by job title any positions to be supervised by the incumbent.

Approved by: specify who gives the authorization to approve the job description draft.

Date approved: the date upon which the job description was approved.

Reviewed: date the job description was last reviewed.

Contact details: include relevant contact details at the bottom of the job description.

Additional conditions: additionally, you might consider adding the following:

  • Opportunities occur to work on a self-employed, consultancy basis - usually on short-term contract work;
  • Describe any kind of training is provided during the onboarding procedure;
  • Alternative common names for the job title;
  • You may specify common daily equipment or tools used;
  • Possibility to work from home.

Ideally, a job description should be reviewed annually and updated as often as necessary. Having a ready-made sample job description will save you and your Human Resources or Recruitment Department time, cost, and effort!

Sample content:

Construction Site managers, also known as construction managers, are responsible for supervising construction sites and running construction projects. Site managers are responsible for ensuring that a construction project is completed on time and within budget. Alternative job titles for site managers include construction manager, project manager and site agent.

Site managers work on construction sites and work often begins just before construction. More senior construction managers will take responsibility for an entire project and may be known as the project manager or project director. More junior site managers may take responsibility for only a part of a project (also known as a package).  

Key tasks include:
supervising and overseeing the direction of the project (or a package), ensuring that the client’s specifications and requirements are met, reviewing progress and liaising with quantity surveyors to monitor costs
liaising with the client, other construction professionals and, sometimes, members of the public
coordinating and supervising construction workers
selecting tools and materials
making safety inspections and ensuring construction and site safety
checking and preparing site reports, designs and drawings
maintaining quality control procedures
finding ways to prevent problems and to solve any that crop up
assessing and minimizing risk
writing reports and keeping on top of paperwork
helping to negotiating contracts and securing permits and licenses.

As construction managers work on site wherever that site is, be prepared to relocate or face a longer commute as and when required.

Key skills for site managers
Good communication skills
Problem-solving skills
Decision-making ability
Commercial awareness
Ability to motivate others
Team working skills
Good knowledge of building methods and regulations.

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