The site manager plans, oversees then audits site works. This post is open to people with several years' experience in the field, and subsequently he can become a works supervisor.
The job in brief
As the name indicates, the site manager is responsible for a number of sites for the company's clients. He is under the responsibility of a works supervisor or project manager and supervises the field teams, generally comprising a team leader and a fitter.
On a daily basis, the site manager organizes technical inspections, prepares quotations for clients, organizes site logistics, prepares the detailed works documents, checks the progress of the works and supplies, then conducts the final acceptance test. His duties also include monitoring schedules, auditing works sites, searching for the most cost-effective solutions, and taking an active part in forging a good business relationship with the client.