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Area Construction Manager

Fantastic opportunity to join a privately-owned housebuilder as an Area Construction Manager, reporting out of their East Midlands division.

In this role you will predominanely be focusing on covering South Nottinghamshire and South Derbyshire.

Client Details

This is an exciting role and opportunity for either an experienced Contracts Manager or Construction Manager wanting to make their move into a quality driven housebuilder.

Description

To hold regular and productive planning and programme performance review meetings with sales, commercial and technical colleagues
Consistently monitor and report on build resources and costs to ensure they are controlled and in budget
Ensure Site Managers are aware of build performance and completion targets, quality standards, site budgets, prelims and allowances, valuations and cost variations and are operating to standards and requirements
Provide construction reports, forecast information and KPI updates to the Construction Director as well as operational feedback affecting the performance of developments
Ensure the right number and quality of staff are recruited onto site and that active training and performance management is undertaken to ensure staff and sub-contractors are fully competent, coordinated and motivated to achieve best performance

Profile

To be successful as our clients Area Construction Manager, you will hold previous experience within either a Senior Site Manager, Contracts Manager or Construction Manager role and you will also have excellent team management, leadership and coaching skills.

It is essential that you have worked for a volume housebuilder to be considered for this role.

Job Offer

Up to £80k base salary.

Attactive bonus package

Company car or car allowance

Pension scheme

Private health insurance

4 x Annual Salary Life Assurance

Generous holiday entitlement

Much more!

£70000 - £80000 per annum

Michael

McGlaughlin

+44 115 934 8712

Area Construction Manager

Nottingham, UK
Permanent

Published on 5 Aug 2019