Site Manager

  • Job Reference: 3302
  • Date Posted: 1 May 2024
  • Location: Southam - Itchen Bank STW, Welsh Road West, Southam CP, Bascote, Southam, Warwickshire, CV47 2BH
  • Salary: On Application
  • Job Type: Permanent

Job Description

We're looking for a Site Manager to join our Natural Resources team for our Severn Trent contract, you'll be flexible to work across sites but with the main focus being Itchen Bank water treatment works in Southam.

Location: Itchen Bank, Southam.

Contract: Permanent, Full Time - flexible and part-time hours may be available if desired, just let us know


As a Site Manager, you'll be working on capital project schemes between £5m-£15m in value on both clean and dirty water treatment plants. The work is part of upgrade and resilience works essential for the treatment works to service the increased population. You will be responsible for the delivery of a project, to the specified quality, the required programme and to the maximum commercial performance.

Your day to day will include:

  • Overall responsibility for the successful delivery of various multidisciplinary projects, ensuring implementation of Project Plans, RAMS, ITP's and approval of supply chain RAMS
  • Awareness and input of the commercial performance of the contract via liaison with the Project Manager
  • Delivery of site inductions, issuing of permits/forms and daily briefings (including toolbox talks) and record keeping (e.g site diaries and quality records)
  • Procurement and planning of equipment & materials for site establishment and throughout delivery of the scheme
  • Undertaking weekly site audits, as well as documenting and issuing RFI's in collaboration with the project manager

What are we looking for?

This role of Site Manager is great for you if you have:

  • Experience within the water industry or another process orientated industry with a civils background and knowledge of MEICA)
  • Working knowledge of contract conditions, CDM regulations, Design Management, Programme and Risk Management and cost control including forecasting, actual cost, and value reporting
  • Good knowledge of specifications and testing regimes relevant to general civil engineering
  • Experience managing subcontractors value greater than £1m
  • Knowledge of NEC forms of contract.

Rewards and benefits
We're proud to be able to offer our brilliant people a wide variety of benefits that you can tailor to your needs. You can see more information of benefits here .

Diversity and inclusion
Making Kier a diverse and inclusive place to work is a huge priority for us. We're proud of the steps we've taken so far, but we know we must always do more. Our employees are key in shaping Kier's diversity and inclusion initiatives and our people have made a huge impact on how we work, by using their experiences to shape our policies. You can see our D&I action plan here .

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