- July 25, 2018
- Posted by: Kloverharris Content Manager
Age: 30 – 45 Years
Scope of Work
He or she will oversee operations on a day-to-day basis, and ensure that work is done safely, on time, within budget and to the right quality standards.
As a site manager, you could be responsible for a whole site or, with larger schemes, you may be responsible for part of a project and report to a more senior manager. He or she will also ensure that work complies with building regulations, health and safety legislation as well as other legal requirements.
- Plan and coordinate the setup of temporary site offices and accommodation.
- Oversee land sites’ operations on a day-to-day basis, and ensure that work is done safely, on time, within budget and to the right quality standards.
- Communicate effectively to project stakeholders.
- Determine and coordinate labour, materials and equipment required for completion of all construction activities.
- Develop work packages aimed at zero re-work and exceptional quality, and track and measure crew productivity to meet these guidelines.
Qualifications & Competencies:
- Minimum of a second class lower bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering, or Construction Management
- Minimum of 10 or more years experience in construction within the Oil & Gas industry and 5 years in supervisory position.
- Must be able to interpret engineering drawings; P&IDs, Layouts, Isometrics, General Arrangement etc.
- Ability to adapt to changing demands and priorities
- Excellent communication skills.
- Proficiency in MS office
Personal Qualities And Behavioral Traits:
- Results oriented, entrepreneurial and self-motivated
- Tenacious and resilient, driven to achieve even when faced with obstacles
- Leadership and interpersonal skills capable of building strong working relationships and influencing customers and internal teams.
- Strong analytical skills with ability to develop strategies, tactics and measurable implementation
- Ability to think outside the box.