This is an entry level role, encompassing all areas of site management by implementing and monitoring administrative systems, procedures and policies. You will also be tasked to carry out pre-Start meetings, provide detailed reports for all project elements prior to start dates providing advice as to whether the recommended schedule, budgets and equipment are fit for purpose or require updating. Liaise closely with nominated external architects/fitters and all other consultants and contractors.Meeting agreed time-scales final layouts and fitting details and to represent the interests of the company at all times. Common tasks that you may be asked to carry out include:
- Manage and coordinate procurement delivery and storage of materials.
- Health and safety assessment, reporting and inspections.(Reviewing rams, coordinating inductions, Tool Box Talk)
- Inspecting, Assessing and reviewing works being done on site.
- Managing and being responsible for sections of the building that need to be snagged and handed over.
- Managing and Liaising with tradesman on site.
- Attending progress meetings with project managers and other senior members of the project team.
- Complying weekly and monthly reports on the progress of work.
Requirements and prospects Desired skills
- It will be an advantage if you have some previous related work experience
- You should be confident using ICT
- Have a genuine interest and passion for pursuing a career within Construction
- A team player
- Strong people skills
- Attention to detail
- The ability to focus
- Applicants need to have at least a Level 1 in Functional Skills or GCSE grade D/3 or above in English and maths
Things to consider
- On completion of your apprenticeship you should think about higher education into construction. There are a vast array of progression routes and opportunities from site management to being an project management
- The Apprenticeship National Minimum Wage guide (ANMW): https://www.gov.uk/national-minimum-wage-rates