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Site Manager

  • Location: Norwich
  • Salary: £50000 - £60000 per annum
  • Job Type:Permanent
  • Sector: Construction
  • Contact: Kimberley Goodrum
  • Contact Email:
  • Contact Phone: 01603 551165
  • Job Ref: SF60209
Are you passionate about leading projects that make a difference? Do you excel in environments that challenge and reward in equal measure? If the prospect of managing a high-profile refurbishment and extension project excites you, then my client has the perfect opportunity.

My client is seeking a dedicated Site Manager to oversee a pivotal refurbishment and extension project on a police station in the Norwich area. This role is not just about managing; it's about steering a project that is critical to community safety and efficiency. The ideal candidate will bring to the table not only their SMSTS, 1st Aid, and CSCS qualifications but also a wealth of recent commercial experience. Given the nature of the project, the successful applicant will undergo additional security and police vetting checks, ensuring that only the most trustworthy and capable hands lead this endeavour. This permanent opportunity offers a competitive salary range of £50k - £60k + package, reflecting the significance and demands of the role.

  • Competitive salary (£50k - £60k)
  • Comprehensive package
  • Career development opportunities in a supportive environment
  • Engagement in projects that significantly benefit the community
My client is renowned for their commitment to excellence and their supportive team environment. They pride themselves on delivering projects that not only meet but exceed expectations. As a Site Manager with this esteemed company, you will be part of a team that values hard work, dedication, and a can-do attitude.

If you're ready to take on a role that offers not just a job but a meaningful challenge, we want to hear from you. Apply now to become the Site Manager who will lead this crucial project to success. Your expertise and leadership can make a real difference in the Norwich community.