The Works Supervisor is responsible for the supervision of one or more private or public worksites by coordinating the activities of the worksite managers in an operational manner. He/she directs the work, supervises the teams, and ensures that deadlines, safety, and quality are met. He/she controls all stages of the site from the study of the file to the acceptance of the work.
– Assist the construction manager in the response phases to calls for tenders (construction, rehabilitation, development).
– Receive and study the elements of the technical file (architect’s plans, study report, provisional budget).
– Re-evaluate the technical study, the provisional budget, and elaborate the detailed budget of the construction site (volume of materials, necessary human and material resources…).
– To carry out the requests for authorization and to obtain the documents necessary for the installation of the building sites (networks EDF, GDF, telephone, roadway).
– Contact, evaluate the services and select the suppliers belonging to each trade (materials, works, supplies, service providers), possibly in connection with the purchasing department if it exists.
– Adapt the implementation and supervision of the construction sites according to the materials, energy systems, and construction methods.
– Organize the site personnel by organizing the reception on the site, managing the relations with the staff representatives, and intervening in case of incidents or accidents…
– Establish the provisional schedule, the budget and compare the reality of the construction site to the contract file.
– Ensure the legal conformity of the site.
– To consult with the persons in charge of the execution and to establish the invoicing schedule.
Skills & Requirements:
– Excellent management skills to ensure financial follow-up and reporting of the site activity
– Technical knowledge in the field of construction to analyze a technical file and propose technical and financial modifications
– Mastery of the tools necessary for measuring and updating the specifications (levels, laser meter, etc.)
– Mastery of project management tools (MS Project, etc.) and BIM
– Knowledge of measurement (surfaces, volumes, etc.)
– Mastery of the technical rules related to the construction of work (building, civil engineering…)
– Knowledge of the various trades involved on a site
– Knowledge of quality (ISO 9000), safety and environmental standards (ISO 14001), high environmental quality (HQE)
– Legal knowledge, particularly in the field of regulations related to energy performance