|A vacancy has arisen for a Site Manager in the Scotland Area of Miller Homes Limited reporting to the Build Manager.
As a Site Manager you work on a complex and challenging developments to ensure that all aspects of the build programme are delivered to meet specified financial, quality, construction and safety targets and standards. You will coordinate all on-site labour activities and will be responsible for driving your site completion on schedule, within budget and most importantly, to the complete satisfaction of your customers. The ability to effectively manage sub-contractors, plant and materials is essential as is the determination and ability to maintain Health, Safety and Environmental standards of the highest order along with exemplary standards of site presentation.
The successful candidate will have extensive experience of working within a Site Manager role or similar, gained within the house building industry. With a proven track record ideally supported by NHBC awards, you will be able to motivate and manage a successful site team. You will possess excellent communication skills, a logical and systematic approach and will by driven by your own high standards and objectives. As a minimum you will hold a CSCS Site Manager card and a relevant qualification in Construction or CIOB membership is desirable.
Miller Homes is a respected national homebuilder with an established reputation for building outstanding quality family homes and providing excellent customer service. We believe in building homes safely, in a way which is considerate to the environment and delighting our customers with a product and experience which recognises that buying a new home is a significant lifetime purchase. That is The Miller Difference.
How to apply
Please submit your Curriculum Vitae and covering letter including details of your current salary and notice period.
Closing Date: 7th October 2016
This job advert will close as soon as sufficient applications have been received. Please apply for this job as soon as you can, if interested.