Site Manager

Contact Cian Conry
  • Salary: Negotiable
  • Location: LeinsterIrelandDublin
  • Sector: Steel & Manufacturing

Sonas Technical are currently recruiting for a Site Manager for a leading Manufacturer based in county Kilkenny. The successful candidate will be hands on and will want to be a long term fixture in the business. The role will wide-ranging but will include working alongside the business owners and overseeing a number of high-profile structural steel projects. This role will be based in Dublin and will involve the candidate to travelling to sites.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Agreeing project objectives.
  • Develop Project Execution strategies.
  • Develop and implement Project Schedules in accordance with key milestones.
  • Management of site teams and coordination of labour.
  • Managing project budgets and attending site meetings.
  • A high level of contractual communication.
  • Develop site logistics (demobilisation / mobilisation) plans.
  • Risk assessments and method statements / Health & Safety systems and procedures.
  • Monthly forecasting, contract reviews, applications and invoicing throughout the projects.
  • Manage site team in the effective day to day running of site activities.
  • Maintain compliance with program, materials deliveries and engineering, quality and safety issues.
  • Attend meetings with Clients

Key Requirements:

  • 5+ years’ Site/Project Management Experience.
  • Site experience a must.
  • Steel experience desirable.
  • Excellent communicator, with strong interpersonal skills.
  • Relevant third level degree required.
  • Analytical problem solver and the ability to act decisively.
  • Ability to plan and effectively manage projects.
  • Excellent record keeper and administration skills.

To apply please email your CV to


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