Roles and Responsibilities – Site Supervisor
Excellent opportunity for a Site Supervisor within a growing family-run business. Providing the opportunity to progress and grow within both the role and company, as the business expands.
You will be based in our office in Loudwater, High Wycombe with travel where necessary or appropriate to client sites across the Southeast.
Salary of up to £30-35K per annum, based on experience + Pension, training and progression.
The job role of a Site Supervisor involves the following expectations:
Roles and Responsibilities- Site Supervisor
• Supervising all workers, subcontractors and work activities.
• Preparing and presenting site inductions, safety briefings and toolbox talks.
• Assessing and managing safety hazards.
• Ensuring appropriate site rules and welfare facilities are in place and followed.
• Carrying out regular inspections of site and plant.
• Assist project managers to plan and manage the work programme.
• Help co-ordinate deliveries of materials, plant and equipment.
• Completing all records required for site reports.
• Attending site management and progress meetings.
• Update TMP management on outcomes from all site management and progress meetings.
• Carrying out regular inspections of site and plant to ensure compliance with relevant legal requirements, processes and procedures.
• Raising safety concerns at the appropriate level with clear resolution proposals.
• Resolving problems and implementing improvements.
• Organising and overseeing external inspections, such as with a health and safety inspector.
• Providing emergency first aid if required.
Relevant skills of a Site Supervisor include:
• A positive and proactive attitude.
• The ability to communicate with, motivate, and where necessary implement TMP agreed disciplinary procedures with the TMP site workforce.
• The ability to understand drawings, specifications and other contract documents.
• A good understanding of safety procedures.
• Strong organisational skills.
• The ability to mediate to resolve issues.
• An understanding of legal responsibilities.
• An understanding of welfare and environmental issues.
• An understanding of occupational health and behavioural safety issues.
• First aid training.