Site Supervisor (Property Services)

Job Description

  • Job Reference: RASS040724
  • Job Title: Site Supervisor (Property Services)
  • Rate: £36,000 - £38,000 + van / fuel / package
  • Location: Derry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland

Site Supervisor
Are you looking for a Site Supervisor role? Interested in working for a leading Property Services Contractor?

VANRATH are recruiting a Site Supervisor to work for a well respected Property Services Contractor, based in Derry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland.

£36,000 - £38,000 + van / fuel / package

Package Includes:

  • Employee Perks & Discounts
  • Life Assurance
  • Industry leading health & wellbeing programme
  • Healthcare Cash Plan
  • Long service awards
  • Great opportunities for learning & development

Our client is a well-respected Property Services Contractor that have been operating for approximately 50 years. They specialise in property alterations and modifications, damage restoration and maintenance projects. They work with Social and Private Housing clients, Property Management Companies, Care Homes, Schools, Councils and Commercial Buildings.

Overview of Role:
Responsible for coordinating operations, managing direct labour and sub-contractors, whilst advocating safety standards, practices and protocols ensuring they are adhered to at all times. Ensure all contract work is compliant, in line with client requirements and internal targets to ensure excellent service delivery is achieved to specification, and within cost budgets.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Assisting with the organising of jobs for the operations team; reviewing work programs, material requirements and all overall operational aspects of the contract daily
  • Responsible for ensuring Health and Safety standards and protocols are maintained with onsite teams, completing H&S audits, accident reporting and toolbox talk delivery
  • Central point of contact for Senior Managers along with administration personnel for all work/queries relating to service delivery
  • Daily communication with the operational Planners to enable effective work planning, ensuring flow of work instructions are allocated to appropriate sub-contractors or direct labour
  • Liaising with and managing sub-contractor relations, and performance ensuring quality and performance standards are being met in line with service delivery
  • Ensure job numbers and progress is monitored & presented at Daily Huddle and that all works are completed on or ahead of target, requesting necessary variations or extensions in a timely manner
  • Tracking rejected jobs, investigating internally to provide information & explanation for job notes
  • Analysing work instruction and SOR's to ensure correct codes are being issued, to ensure correct value of work ahead of works being signed off as complete
  • Attend all required meetings, ensuring that information for reporting is up to date and accurate
  • Provide leadership and direction to the operation teams within the depot, driving accountability and ensuring people process adherence at all times
  • Carry out thorough Pre & Post Inspection Surveys to agree measurements and application of SOR's; ensure information is adequate with an accurate list of details relating to materials & work requirements
  • Liaising regularly with client Maintenance Officers on any queries or amended works
  • Ensure works are completed via operative PDA (Accumobile) and Orchard system is accurately updated with all relevant information being readily available for admin and QS's
  • Providing support, guidance and training to direct labour & sub-contractor staff, including training of new staff

The Ideal Person:

  • Experience in Construction Industry
  • Previous experience in a Foreman / Supervisor role
  • CSR Card
  • A valid UK Drivers Licence
  • High level of experience and sound knowledge in the delivery of minor building and maintenance joinery services
  • Have good communication skills to meet and deal with customers
  • Strong planning and organisational skills
  • Demonstrate reliability, flexibility, and adaptability
  • Good time management skills
  • Ability to work on own initiative and as part of a team
  • Able to work accurately under pressure and meet deadlines & targets
  • Good understanding of operating costs and productivity levels

For further information on this vacancy, or any other Built Environment job in Belfast or wider Northern Ireland, please apply via the link below or contact Robert Apps for a confidential discussion