SITE MANAGER (RESEARCH EXPERIENCE REQUIRED) – INVERNESS

  • Full Time
  • Jacksonville
  • Salary Guide: $24,438 - $39,312


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ENCORE RESEARCH GROUP

As a proven clinical research organization, we take every precaution to assure the safety of and maximize the value for our research volunteers. Quali... Role: Site Manager, Category: Construction & Property, Size: n/a

SITE MANAGER (RESEARCH EXPERIENCE REQUIRED) – INVERNESS: ENCORE RESEARCH GROUP

As a proven clinical research organization, we take every precaution to assure the safety of and maximize the value for our research volunteers. Qualified doctors, nurses and study coordinators on staff provide support and care throughout the research trial. Participation is always voluntary. We appreciate the time and effort that research volunteers bring to this important process.

Position: Site Manager (Research Experience Required) – Inverness
Location: Jacksonville
Hours: Full Time
Salary Guide: $24,438 – $39,312
Last Updated: 20 July 2022
Job Category: Construction & Property

Site Manager Role:

A Construction Manager (CM), or Site Manager manages the execution of a range of construction projects from beginning to end. Duties include adhering to the projects schedule and timeline, delivering the project on time within budget and risk management.

Other Duties:

  • Planning, scheduling and coordinating the project strategy and design, reporting progress and budget matters to the client
  • Preparing and negotiating timetables, cost estimates, budgets and contracts
  • Managing the construction process, supervising all activity on-site, responding to delays
  • Collaborating with specialists such as architects, engineers and local government officials for permits and licences, contractors and clients
  • Complying with legal requirements, safety and building codes and keeping daily logs and diaries
  • Ordering equipment and materials, managing their use and managing the personnel involved
  • Hiring and instructing labourers and sub-contractors
  • Enforcing safety procedures, minimising risk, ensuring the use of protective clothing, hard-hat, harnesses and other safety equipment



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