The Site Manager is responsible for overseeing the general operations of the job site. Sub-contractors will report directly to the Site Manager, and they are also responsible for liaising with clients and resolving any issues which may arise.
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Site Manager Job Description
The Site Manager ensures that works are completed within safety, time and budget considerations. The Site Manager is also responsible for monitoring the delivery of materials and the preparation of site facilities or offices in use.
Site Managers will report to Senior Management and the Project Manager on all aspects of the site and project progress. Candidates should possess strong knowledge of Occupational Health & Safety to ensure that safety regulations are adhered to at all times, by all personnel on site.
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