Construction Site Supervisor

London, South West London
Posted 2 months ago

Site Supervisor

Location: London 

Salary – £30 000 – £35 000 ( Depending on experience) + Van

Ensure that all work is carried out in accordance with the standards, policies and procedures of our client and its customers • Issue daily progress reports to the Project Manager • Ensure extra works, if recognised, details are forwarded on to the Project Manager. • Issue work instructions to staff and contractors, and ensure that they are fully understood and followed • Ensure the accurate recording of closing and as-laid details • Identify and inform the Company of commercial opportunities as appropriate.

• Implement safety rules, instructions, and procedures. • Actively monitor Contractors within your responsibility • Ensure Risk Assessments are carried out at all stages of a project. • Ensure that all statutory records, certificates, licenses, notifications and notices are in place. • Conduct site safety inspections and complete associated paperwork. • Carry out site audits on staff and contractors. • Ensure that accidents and near misses and suitably reported, to the Project and Health and Safety Manager • Report any concerns regarding SHE to the Project/ Operations manager and HESQ Department.

Assist in the scheduling of activities within projects. • Liaise with customer/site manager to manage critical dates. • Liaise with contractors and street works inspectors


City and Guilds or equivalent in electrical engineering (or demonstrable level of achievement through experience)

Knowledge of the utility (electric, gas and water) industry.

Certificated in the following areas:

• First Aid, preferred

• CSCS, preferred

• Manual Handling

• Health and Safety awareness

• Driving

• NRSWA Supervisor, Preferred


Experienced in the installation and management of utility infrastructure.

Skills and expertise 

Good people management skills.

Computer literate – skilled in use of Excel spreadsheets and Microsoft Project.

Sound knowledge of H&S and its practical implications.

Knowledge of CDM regulations, preferred

Customer focused – you anticipate and meet customer needs.

Commercial awareness – you understand the arena you work in and know how to optimise results.

Planning – you can see the big picture and understand the need to juggle priorities to get things done.

Building relationships – you seek out and maintain effective relationships which enable you to achieve success.

Communication – you are able to communicate clearly both in writing and the spoken word.

Developing others– you understand and promote the need to share knowledge and experience

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