Redrow: Project Site Manager - Redrow Homes Thames Valley

Project Site Manager

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Redrow Homes Thames Valley
Oxfordshire
Permanent
Competitive salary

Closing Date: 17/12/2021

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Summary

To take responsibility for a multi-phase development within the geographical area of the Division they are employed in and to oversee associated construction teams to provide a quality product efficiently, safely and professionally; within set budgets and agreed timescales to the Redrow standards. A Site Project Manager must be organised, focused, have good time management and relevant experience.

Reports to: Area Construction Manager. May also be required to deputise on occasion.

Responsible for: Site Managers, Assistant Site Managers and Trainee Site Assistants.

Full Description

Comply with responsibilities as laid down in the Group’s Health, Safety & Environment Policy ‘Roles and Responsibilities’ and ensure compliance from the Site Manager, Assistant Site Manager, and Trainee Site Assistants

Carry out monthly Area Construction Manager inspections via the iPad app

Continuous monitoring of HS&E on the development

What we can do for you

We’ve been building a proud reputation for beautiful high quality homes across England and Wales for over 40 years. Key to our success are the many talented people working in every department across the business who are committed to excellence. We encourage them all to grow and maximise their potential by working with like-minded people who share their vision and values.

At Redrow we are committed to continuously promoting Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (ED&I) throughout the business to build a culture that is inclusive to all, actively values difference and ensures everyone is treated fairly.

Supporting the physical, emotional and financial wellbeing of our people really matters and it’s something we take very seriously. The health and wellbeing of our employees and sub-contractors is embedded at the heart of our culture and as part of this, we offer a wide range of wellbeing programmes, initiatives and education to support our colleagues both in work and in their personal lives.

We promote a culture of development and believe in investing in each individual to help them fulfil their personal goals, excel in their current role and support their future career progression.

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