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Assistant Site Manager

  • Location: Norwich
  • Salary: £38000 - £50000 per annum
  • Job Type:Permanent
  • Sector: Construction
  • Contact: Kimberley Goodrum
  • Contact Email:
  • Contact Phone: 01603 551165
  • Job Ref: SF60210
Are you passionate about contributing to the future of education and cutting-edge research facilities? Do you have a knack for overseeing projects that transform spaces into state-of-the-art learning and research environments? If the answer is "yes", then my client has the perfect opportunity for you as an Assistant Site Manager.

In this pivotal role, the Assistant Site Manager will work closely with the site team on refurbishment and extension projects specifically targeting education and laboratory facilities. This role demands a hands-on approach to ensure project milestones are met with the highest quality standards. The ideal candidate will have significant commercial experience, bolstered by qualifications such as SMSTS/SSSTS, First Aid, and a valid CSCS card. Your expertise will be crucial in navigating the complexities of construction management, ensuring safety protocols are adhered to, and fostering a collaborative work environment.

Benefits of joining our team include:
  • Competitive salary package
  • Opportunities for professional development and training
  • Strong emphasis on work-life balance
  • Inclusive team culture that values diversity and innovation
Our client is renowned for their commitment to excellence and their supportive team environment. They are leaders in the construction industry, specialising in the refurbishment and extension of educational and laboratory facilities. By joining their team, you'll be part of a company that is making a tangible impact on the future of education and research.

If you're an ambitious Assistant Site Manager looking to take your career to the next level with a company that values your contribution and offers the chance to work on exciting and meaningful projects, we want to hear from you. Apply today to become a part of a team that is shaping the future of educational and research facilities.