An assistance construction site manager provides support to construction processes, within assigned sites.
He or she is expected to assist the site manager in ensuring that all processes and procedures are under control and that any arising issues are managed proactively.
Often, an assistance construction site manager will be liaising with clients which is why it is essential for him or her to be able to communicate effectively and know his or her work inside out.
A high school diploma or a GED equivalent is necessary to work as an assistant construction site manager. But it is important for people working in this position to be able to understand the work that they are supposed to be doing, or overseeing so that they can communicate intelligently.
There may be times when an assistant construction site manager will be expected to get down and get dirty – to show workers the ropes.
This is why anyone contemplating this work, needs to ensure that his or her understanding of the work is impeccable. Working at this position means that you will have a significant amount of responsibility on your shoulders, and you will have to come out on top.
Some of the primary duties that you will be performing in the role of an assistant construction site manager are provided in the list below:
Assistant Construction Site Manager Job Description
• Check work orders to determine assigned construction sites and make preparations to get to the site.
• Confer with construction site managers to assess modus operandi for handling processes and team members.
• Assist in the coordination and control of the project from design to completion, ensuring that all aspects are carefully managed.
• Plan, and efficiently organize site facilities and logistics, ensuring that all equipment is fit for purpose.
• Arrange for equipment and materials to be made available to the crew in a timely and efficient manner.
• Assist in ensuring that all construction activities within designated areas are well-planned and appropriately coordinated.
• Lead work groups to ensure that they are appropriately guided about the work that they have to perform.
• Inspect work in progress, and provide intervention where required without antagonizing team members.
• Ensure that all work is being carried in compliance with standards, industry codes, and protocols.
• Perform on-boarding and induction of new talent aimed at ensuring that all construction work is handled correctly.
• Create and maintain logs of activities performed in a day and report them to the construction site manager at the end of each shift.