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Site Manager

  • Easca Group
  • Danmark
  • 23/05/2022


Our client, who are a leading main contractor are seeking a Site Manager for their Dublin location. You will work in conjunction with the Project Managers, Site Engineers and Construction Managers.

Please make sure you are legally entitled to work in Ireland before you apply.

The role:

As the Site Manager you will plan and review the status of the project on an ongoing basis. You will make sure that all site resources are utilised and monitored. You will oversee all the work on site and ensure that all staff work to job specifications and drawings. You also will be involved in Health and Safety investigations and safety issues.

Responsibilities include but not limited to:

  • Complete daily site duties accurately, highlighting any delays against the programme and why.
  • Review, comment and approve the risk assessment and method statements on site.
  • Responsible for programming (Sub-Contractors) short term programmes.
  • Provide input into the weekly report on progress and programme.
  • Liaise with all statutory bodies and authorities as well as having a good working relationship with all stakeholders.
  • Be conversant with all drawings, specifications, sub-contractors, related information for these works and scope of works.
  • Responsible for implementing and maintaining safe systems of work in accordance with Site Health and Safety Management procedures.
  • Ensure that all work in progress are supervised and that HSE regulations are adhered to at all times
  • Ensure all accidents, incidents and near miss incidents are reported in a timely manner.
  • Implement and monitor the QA/QC to standard plans and procedures


  • Experience in the Construction Industry is essential for this role.
  • A relevant third level qualification is required.


Competitive salary in line with experience. Opportunity to work with one of Ireland’s leading contractors.

Please make sure you are legally entitled to work in Ireland before you apply.