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Site Manager - PAN India

Keywords / Skills : Site Manager, Site Engineer, Site Supervisor, Site Incharge, Railway signalling , WHS , Environmental Management, site reports, Site Execution, Site Operation, Safety Management

3 - 5 years
Posted: 2019-07-25

Construction & Engineering
Site engineer
Posted On
25th Jul 2019
Job Description
Your primary role will be as listed below but not limited to:

1. Attending regular site meetings with professionals, including quantity surveyors, building services engineers, supervisors, subcontractors, professionals involved in the project (i.e. Architects, project planners, etc.) And the client who has commissioned the construction ·

2. Maintaining strict quality control procedures - this necessitates regular testing of materials, visual inspections of work, and frequent tours of the site ·

3. Conducting regular site safety checks.

4. Ensuring the project runs to schedule and to budget, and finding solutions to problems that may cause delays, i.e. Late arrival of materials.

5. Maintaining schedules, cost, safety; oversee sub-contractors and own labour and maintain relationships with architect, client and their representatives.

6. Construct projects in accordance with the plans, specifications and the best standards of the trade.

7. Overseeing the day to day on site operations and reporting to the Project Manager.

8. Take responsibility of safety, supervision and progress monitoring of on-site subcontractors and own labour.

9. Ensure that all operation on site is running smoothly and the trades are adhering to site safety regulations.

10. Provide timely and accurate time sheets for own labour whenever required.

11. Completing appropriate paperwork in connection with any of the duties listed above.

12. Liaising with the client, other construction professionals and, sometimes, members of the public.

13. Coordinating and supervising construction workers.

14. Selecting tools and materials.

15. Making safety inspections and ensuring construction and site safety.

16. Checking and preparing site reports, designs and drawings.

17. Finding ways to prevent problems and to solve any that crop up.

18. Assessing and minimizing risk.

19. Writing reports and keeping on top of paperwork.

20. Any other ad-hoc projects and duties as required by the management.

Knowledge/Experience Requirements:

• Proven experience in the Railway signalling

• Degree / Diploma in Engineering

• Quality, WHS and Environmental Management experience

• Highly effective in planning, organising and problem-solving skills

• Highly effective communication and conflict resolution skills

• Computer literacy using Microsoft Packages including Excel & Word

About Company

JMDR is a Railway Engineering (Signals & Systems) Company with more than 300 staff and sub-consultants globally offering:

An experienced team capable of delivering high quality works from concept to completion including Design, Construction, Wiring, Testing & Commissioning, Safety Assurance and Audit work for both greenfield and brownfield areas.
A proven track record of working successfully with many large rail organisations in Australia, UK, India and South East Asia.
Appropriately certified and competent staff with relevant domain experience across all infrastructure.
Panel / Preferred Supplier Agreements

JMDR has many Panel (Framework) Agreements with transport organisations across the globe. These have been awarded on the grounds of the competency of our staff and sub-consultants, the quality of our services, our consistency and agreed rates over an extended period of time and providing value for money.
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