Vacancies

If you want to be part of a successful team that is committed and motivated, where opportunities are offered and excellence is rewarded you might be exactly what we’re looking for.

Current Roles

Role/Responsibilities

The Amber site manager is responsible for ensuring that a construction project is completed on time and within budget working alongside the amber Project manager or Amber Partner

  • 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 the Project Manager to monitor costs
  • Liaising with the client, other construction professionals and sometimes members of the public
  • Have confidence in own ability to intelligently communicate with design team/client as well as effectively lead the trades
  • Ensure the delivery against the project schedule ‘the programme of works’ and write short term schedules of works / programmes when necessary
  • Monitor site safety on a regular basis and ensure that the requirements of the Health and Safety at Work Act are enforced
  • Coordinating and supervising construction workers
  • Monitor and maintain the project construction schedule on a weekly basis and highlight / forecast risk with the project programme if required
  • Maintain and enforce good construction standards and quality control
  • Raise and discuss relevant issues at the job site meetings
  • Prepare and issue minutes of all site meetings in a timely manner
  • Control and monitor labour, material and equipment expenses in line with the project prelim allowance
  • Maintaining quality control procedures
  • Negotiating securing permits and licences
  • Ensure all required municipal inspections are performed
  • Prepare and expedite project snag lists in a timely manner

Qualifications: 

To be considered for this position you will possess the following skills, attributes, and abilities:

  • Minimum 3 Years’ experience as a Site Manager on new or refurbishment styles of construction in commercial and residential, projects
  • College or university NVQ / degree in a construction related field (trade background training is acceptable)
  • Be SMSTS qualified
  • Be first aid at work trained
  • Ideally hold a black CSCS safety card
  • Ideally have asbestos awareness training
  • Ideally have PASMA training
  • Must understand construction terms, scheduling and planning concepts
  • Proficient in Microsoft Word and ideally have experience using Excel and Microsoft Project
  • Excellent organisational, presentation, and interpersonal skills

To apply please upload your CV together with a covering letter stating salary expectations.

Role/Responsibilities

  • Review the project plans and specifications and comment on the building design, scheduling, possible cost savings measures and potential construction problems
  • Preparation of the project schedule ‘the programme of works’
  • Assist the partner or commercial manager in preparation of project budget
  • Prepare the general construction budget including cost and value reconciliation
  • Assist in assembling the project site office and equipment requirements
  • Have confidence in own ability to intelligently communicate with design team/client as well as effectively lead the trades
  • Expedite all shop drawings and approvals in a timely manner  in line with the project procurement schedule
  • Monitor and maintain the project construction schedule on a weekly basis and highlight / forecast risk with the project programme if required
  • Raise and discuss relevant issues at the job site meetings
  • Prepare and issue minutes of all site meetings
  • Inform the Consultant/Client of any errors, discrepancies or omissions contained within the Consultant’s design drawings
  • Expedite all CCN and CO (change order) costs. Maintain current CO logs and ensure reconciliation with the client / consultant
  • Monitor site safety and ensure that the requirements of the Health and Safety at Work Act are enforced
  • Ensure completion of and track all independent testing and inspections as required
  • Issue monthly progress applications for payment and invoicing to consultant and client including final retentions
  • Maintain and enforce good construction standards and quality control
  • Control and monitor labour, material and equipment expenses
  • Prepare monthly cost forecasting summaries and present these to the business partners on a monthly basis
  • Ensure that “as built” drawings are prepared on an on-going basis by all trades during the construction period and issue final close outs to consultant/client accordingly
  • Ensure all required municipal inspections are performed.
  • Prepare and expedite project snag lists in a timely manner

Qualifications:

To be considered for this position you will possess the following skills, attributes, and abilities:

  • Minimum 3 Years’ experience as a Project Manager on new or refurbishment styles of construction in residential, commercial and retail projects
  • College or university degree in a construction related field
  • Must understand construction terms, scheduling and planning concepts
  • Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel and Microsoft Project
  • Excellent organisational, presentation, and interpersonal skills

To apply please upload your CV together with a covering letter stating salary expectations.

Vacancies

If you want to be part of a successful team that is committed and motivated, where opportunities are offered and excellence is rewarded you might be exactly what we’re looking for.

Current Roles

Role/Responsibilities

The Amber site manager is responsible for ensuring that a construction project is completed on time and within budget working alongside the amber Project manager or Amber Partner

  • 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 the Project Manager to monitor costs
  • Liaising with the client, other construction professionals and sometimes members of the public
  • Have confidence in own ability to intelligently communicate with design team/client as well as effectively lead the trades
  • Ensure the delivery against the project schedule ‘the programme of works’ and write short term schedules of works / programmes when necessary
  • Monitor site safety on a regular basis and ensure that the requirements of the Health and Safety at Work Act are enforced
  • Coordinating and supervising construction workers
  • Monitor and maintain the project construction schedule on a weekly basis and highlight / forecast risk with the project programme if required
  • Maintain and enforce good construction standards and quality control
  • Raise and discuss relevant issues at the job site meetings
  • Prepare and issue minutes of all site meetings in a timely manner
  • Control and monitor labour, material and equipment expenses in line with the project prelim allowance
  • Maintaining quality control procedures
  • Negotiating securing permits and licences
  • Ensure all required municipal inspections are performed
  • Prepare and expedite project snag lists in a timely manner

Qualifications: 

To be considered for this position you will possess the following skills, attributes, and abilities:

  • Minimum 3 Years’ experience as a Site Manager on new or refurbishment styles of construction in commercial and residential, projects
  • College or university NVQ / degree in a construction related field (trade background training is acceptable)
  • Be SMSTS qualified
  • Be first aid at work trained
  • Ideally hold a black CSCS safety card
  • Ideally have asbestos awareness training
  • Ideally have PASMA training
  • Must understand construction terms, scheduling and planning concepts
  • Proficient in Microsoft Word and ideally have experience using Excel and Microsoft Project
  • Excellent organisational, presentation, and interpersonal skills

To apply please upload your CV together with a covering letter stating salary expectations.

Role/Responsibilities

  • Review the project plans and specifications and comment on the building design, scheduling, possible cost savings measures and potential construction problems
  • Preparation of the project schedule ‘the programme of works’
  • Assist the partner or commercial manager in preparation of project budget
  • Prepare the general construction budget including cost and value reconciliation
  • Assist in assembling the project site office and equipment requirements
  • Have confidence in own ability to intelligently communicate with design team/client as well as effectively lead the trades
  • Expedite all shop drawings and approvals in a timely manner  in line with the project procurement schedule
  • Monitor and maintain the project construction schedule on a weekly basis and highlight / forecast risk with the project programme if required
  • Raise and discuss relevant issues at the job site meetings
  • Prepare and issue minutes of all site meetings
  • Inform the Consultant/Client of any errors, discrepancies or omissions contained within the Consultant’s design drawings
  • Expedite all CCN and CO (change order) costs. Maintain current CO logs and ensure reconciliation with the client / consultant
  • Monitor site safety and ensure that the requirements of the Health and Safety at Work Act are enforced
  • Ensure completion of and track all independent testing and inspections as required
  • Issue monthly progress applications for payment and invoicing to consultant and client including final retentions
  • Maintain and enforce good construction standards and quality control
  • Control and monitor labour, material and equipment expenses
  • Prepare monthly cost forecasting summaries and present these to the business partners on a monthly basis
  • Ensure that “as built” drawings are prepared on an on-going basis by all trades during the construction period and issue final close outs to consultant/client accordingly
  • Ensure all required municipal inspections are performed.
  • Prepare and expedite project snag lists in a timely manner

Qualifications:

To be considered for this position you will possess the following skills, attributes, and abilities:

  • Minimum 3 Years’ experience as a Project Manager on new or refurbishment styles of construction in residential, commercial and retail projects
  • College or university degree in a construction related field
  • Must understand construction terms, scheduling and planning concepts
  • Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel and Microsoft Project
  • Excellent organisational, presentation, and interpersonal skills

To apply please upload your CV together with a covering letter stating salary expectations.