Site Manager(1185 Views)
About Bayat Group
The Bayat Group of companies has more than a decade of experience building highly profitable enterprises in Afghanistan in the telecommunications, media, industrial infrastructure, security, and logistics sectors, and we have a proven ability to work successfully with government officials/organizations at both national and regional levels in order to help build out industries that generate profitable returns and also set the base for long term economic growth for the nation.
Hours and environment
While a standard 50-hour working week is the norm, you can expect some evening and weekend work on occasion to meet deadlines. Construction work tends to start and finish earlier than most office-based jobs.
Site work does mean being out in all weathers and you will have to wear protective clothing while on site. You should also expect to have to work at height sometimes, for example when inspecting roofing.
You may also need to travel between sites to meet clients and sub-contractors
|Date Posted:||25 Jan 2018||Reference:||2018/11|
|Closing Date:||15 Feb 2018||Work Type:||Full Time|
|Number of Vacancies:||1||Gender:||Any|
|Functional Area:||Operation||Open Ended:||NO|
|Nationality:||Afghan||Salary Range:||As per NTA Salary Scale Policy|
|Contract Type:||Service Contract||Years of Experience:||6 Year(s)|
|Contract Duration:||1 Year(s) & 0 Month(s)||Extension Possibility:||Yes|
|Probation Period:||3 Months|
Duties and Responsibilities
- A site manager also sometimes has the title of construction manager, building manager or site agent. He or she will oversee operations on a day-to-day basis, and ensure that work is done safely, on time and within budget and to the right quality standards.
- As a site manager, you could be responsibility for a whole site or, with larger schemes; you may be responsible for part of a project and report to a more senior manager, who may be taking care of several projects at the same time.
- Before work starts, a site manager gets things ready by taking on staff, and preparing the site, carefully planning the work to be done and installing temporary offices for site staff.
- While work is taking place, the site manager will monitor progress, oversee delivery of materials and carry out safety checks and sort out any problems which could hold up work as they arise. A site manager will also keep in close contact with members of their site team at all times, and liaise with architects, engineers, surveyors and planners. He or she will also ensure that work complies with building regulations and health and safety legislation as well as other legal requirements.
- A site manager will also keep the Senior Management updated regularly on progress. Finally, a site manager also acts as the first point of contact for members of the public and sub-contractors.
- It is the responsibility of the site manager to make sure that the deadline for completing work is met, and as site manager you will at least share some of the responsibility if someone on your site has an accident.
- A site manager needs to be able to plan work well, and to be well-organised, and prepared for responsibility and decision making. And, in common with many other construction industry jobs, you will also need to be highly numerate with good IT skills, as well as good at solving problems.
- At the same time, you’ll have to be able to get your head around building and health and safety regulations, as well as other legislation.
- Site managers also need particularly strong people skills, since you’ll have to be able to communicate with, manage and motivate people at all levels, from staff to sub-contractors.
- An alternative could be to have several years’ industry experience before going into construction management, especially if you have worked as a supervisor or building technician.
Key tasks include:
• supervising and overseeing the direction of the project, ensuring that the client’s specifications and requirements are met, reviewing progress and liaising with quantity surveyors to monitor costs
• liaising with the client, other construction professionals and, sometimes, members of the public
• coordinating and supervising construction workers
• selecting tools and materials
• making safety inspections and ensuring construction and site safety
• checking and preparing site reports, designs and drawings
• maintaining quality control procedures
• finding ways to prevent problems and to solve any that crop up
• assessing and minimizing risk
• writing reports and keeping on top of paperwork
• helping to negotiating contracts and securing permits and licences
As construction managers work on site wherever that site is, be prepared to relocate or face a longer commute as and when required.
Travels to Provinces
Require Travels to Provinces
Key skills for site managers
• Good communication skills
• Problem-solving skills
• Decision-making ability
• Commercial awareness
• Ability to motivate others
• Team working skills
• Good knowledge of building methods and regulations
• Master Degree
• At least three 6 of experience
Manage all security, labor, engineers, cleaners, and maintenance staff. Timesheets, salaries, vacations, and full ADMINISTRATIVE work related to the site.
Afghanistan - Jawzjan: PROVINCIAL CENTER (SHEIRGHAN)
Masters Degree, Business Administration
Please submit your application to below email for more information please contact us from 8:00Am to 4:00Pm (+93700801906 +93702002008 thanks.
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