Senior Site Supervisor

Senior Site Supervisor

Job Title: Senior Site Supervisor
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Melbourne
Reference: 309998114
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Job Published: July 18, 2020 05:46

Job Description

Design & Build are currently working with a Commercial Construction Company who are looking for a Senior Site Supervisor for a $11m education project in the Northern Suburbs. They specialise in projects up to $50m across commercial, mixed use, education and some healthcare projects. With over 40 years experience in the Melbourne market they've established themselves as an employer of choice. 

Due to continuing project requirements they are now looking to recruit a Senior Site Supervisor.

Roles and Responsibilities of the Senior Site Supervisor can include:
  • Conducting site inductions for staff and sub-contractors
  • Managing the sub-contractors to ensure they are fulfilling their roles and responsibilities, monitoring their performance daily in regards to safety, quality and programme and report deficiencies to the Site Manager
  • Assisting the Site Manager in the commissioning and handover of the project by ensuring all relevant documentation is completed and provided to the Project Manager
  • Managing cost control for certain aspects of the project, as directed by the Site Manager, in order to ensure the project meets its required performance targets in relation to budget
  • Maintain positive industrial relations with authorities and unions, resolving any issues in accordance with the client's guidelines.
To be considered for the role of Senior Site Supervisor you will require:
  • Trade background
  • Demonstrable experience as a finishes, structure or general foreman on medium to high rise residential projects in Melbourne
  • Proven experience of effectively manage a team including sub-contractors, in a professional manner and ensuring longevity of relationships.
  • Good understanding of health and safety legislation and requirements, has proven experience of effectively controlling site safety