Please reply to no later than Friday, 26 April 2024 should you wish to be considered for an interview.


Title: Site Manager 2024

Site Manager 2024

Amspec Limited - Wigan have grown over the last 22 years into one of the most capable and exciting Design & Build enterprises in the Northwest, currently operating in 4 key sectors: -
• Commercial and Industrial
• Retail and Leisure
• Public Sector
• Specialist and Bespoke (our Specialist and Bespoke service involves the Design and Manufacture of fitted and loose Joinery products).
We are currently recruiting an experienced Site Manager to join our experienced team in the Northwest. Reporting directly to the Projects Manager, you should have the ability to co-ordinate and manage direct and subcontracted labour, ensuring the project is completed safely, on time, within budget and to the high standards Amspec prides itself to.

Essential skills required:
• Detailed knowledge of Building Regulations
• At least 5 years’ experience of a similar role within a Main Contractor environment is essential
• Strong technical knowledge within enabling works
• Confident of building rapports with relevant colleagues/client and associated consultants
• Preparation of short-term programmes
• Chairing meetings and monitoring progress with sub-contractors
• Understanding and implementation of quality processes and procedures
• Ability to monitor and approve compliance
• SMSTS, CSCS, Asbestos Awareness, First Aid and Fire Warden Training is essential

Typical on-site hours are Monday to Friday 07.00am – 4.30pm (45 per week) with a competitive / negotiable monthly salary dependent upon qualifications & experience.
Great Company benefits including free access to our Employee Assistance Programme supporting our Employees Well-being.

We offer a company pension scheme (currently with Royal London) and a staff reward and recognition programme. We also encourage and promote continuous professional development for all staff, with no barriers to further training.

It is our policy as an Employer to comply with all relevant obligations under the Equality Act 2010. The Company will ensure that all persons are selected, promoted and treated equally on the basis of their relevant aptitudes, skills and abilities without regard to race, colour, religion or belief, age, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, pregnancy and maternity, marriage and civil partnership or disability.

This is a full-time, permanent position to commence ASAP
Should you meet the desired criteria and wish to be considered for interview, please apply with your CV ASAP.