What is a Site Agent?
The role of a Site Agent is to manage the construction site to ensure the project is delivered and objectives are met, while maintaining standards of health and safety, quality, environmental impact and cost control.
Key skills to be successful as a Site Agent will include:
The ability to identify and assess contract risks
What are the typical daily duties for a Site Agent?
From employer to employer the job description of a Site Agent can vary, however typical duties and activities undertaken include:
Managing all aspects of site projects
Striving to exceed customers’ expectations and deliver an outstanding level of service
Co-ordinating and supervising site based activities
Ensuring that all health and safety, as well as quality and environmental procedures are adhered to
Identifying the resources required to successfully complete projects in a timely manner, including labour, plant materials and subcontractor
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