Connecting linkedin

Graduate Assistant Site Manager / Foreman

  • Location

    Dublin

  • Sector:

    Professional & Technical Jobs

  • Job type:

    Permanent

  • Salary:

    Market related

  • Contact:

    3D Personnel

  • Contact email:

    jmcgowan.71DE56427.0@applythis.net

  • Contact phone:

    +353 (0)861841361 /

  • Salary high:

    35100

  • Salary low:

    30700

  • Job ref:

    VAC-12334

  • Published:

    13 days ago

  • Expiry date:

    2019-04-15

Vacancy: Graduate Assistant Site Manager / Foreman

Location: Dublin

Salary: €35K - €40K DOE

 

 

3DPersonnel’s client are property developers focused on developing residential communities in Dublin. In recent years they expanded operations to include commercial property and residential renting.   An opportunity has arisen for a confident, motivated and career focused Construction or Engineering Graduate who shows fledgling leadership and good decision making skills.

Your duties as Graduate AssistantSite Manager/Foreman:

  • Assist Senior Site Manager in overseeing operations on a day-to-day basis
  • Ensure that work is done safely, on time and within budget and to the right quality standards
  • Monitor progress, oversee delivery of materials and carry out safety checks and sort out any problems which could hold up work as they arise
  • Keep in close contact with members of their site team at all times
  • Liaise with architects, engineers, surveyors and planners
  • Ensure that work complies with building regulations and health and safety legislation as well as other legal requirements
  • Keep the client updated regularly on progress
  • Act as point of contact for members of the public and sub-contractors

Requirements:

  • Degree in Construction Mgt/engineering 
  • Computer literate in Microsoft Office Package
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, strong written and oral communication skills
  • Demonstrate a high degree of responsiveness
  • Good organisation & time management skills are essential
  • Good understanding of current Health & Safety legislation is needed