Professional / Managerial
A contracts manager is responsible for ensuring that a contracting company honours its commitments to a customer after the contract negotiation stage has been completed. The contract manager will oversee the day-to-day running and administration of the contract.
Estimators deal with the preparation, processing and submission of tenders for contracts by calculating the costs involved in supplying a product or service that meets the client’s technical specifications.
Health and Safety Officers (HSOs) are responsible for monitoring a contractor’s compliance with health and safety law and providing advice to both companies and employers in the work environment. This will involve both desk-based monitoring and site visits.
A Quantity Surveyor is responsible for ensuring that building projects meet legal and quality standards and for making sure clients get good value for money through careful monitoring of a project from start to finish.
Site/Project managers are responsible for seeing a project through from the initial planning stages to completion. Their main task is to break down projects into stages, taking responsibility for monitoring and managing the scheduling, costing and risk analysis of each stage.
A Construction Site Supervisor ensures the completion of projects by planning, organizing and controlling activities on site, including completing quality inspections, supervising sub-contractors and staff.
Working within a training centre environment and out on-site, a Trainer/Assessor will be required to deliver high-quality technical training to candidates on construction courses. The primary role of the Trainer/Assessor is to support workers undertaking work-based learning qualifications, usually NVQs.