Posted Tuesday 24 November 2020
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Site Manager - Dublin - Strong Tier 1 Main Contractor

Ireland, Dublin

€70,000 - €75,000 + vehicle, pension, healthcare

Site Manager

An Irish Tier 1 Main Contractor with projects all across Ireland including a €120m high rise commercial development, €60m apartment project and a €100m data centre to name just a few of the live sites.

They currently have 2 long term Site Manager positions on high rise apartments in Dublin north side and South Dublin.

 

Site Manager Skills:

The Site Manager role would suit an experienced, delivery orientated individual, preferably with a Degree / Qualification in a construction related field, 5+ years Main Contractor experience, with a background in apartments / high rise developments or a similar environment.

 

As Site Manager:

Responsibilities will include: Managing Subcontractors, construction team and Supplier, excellent knowledge of Trades and background, ensure compliance with building regulations, reporting to Contract Manager / Head of Construction, managing Health and Safety on site.

 

The Package:

An excellent package will be put in place for the successful candidate, with a basic salary of €70,000 - €75,000 (Neg) + vehicle + pension + healthcare.

 

How to apply

If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date CV to eoghan@breaghrecruitment.com or call us now on 0044 (0)7881229823.

 

The Breagh Team

Breagh Recruitment are the go to specialist construction and engineering recruitment consultants, providing qualified and experienced professionals with Construction jobs across the UK and Ireland, with an ethos based on flexibility, hard work and a bit of good old common sense. We live within these core values servicing our clients and candidates on a daily basis.

Key roles we recruit for include: Health & Safety managers, project managers, construction managers, site engineers, quantity surveyors, civil engineers, site agents, estimators, buyers, bid managers and site supervisors, across Ireland and the UK.