A Facility/Site Manager assures the effective functioning of a site/facility to provide an efficient and safe working environment for the Site Supervisors and the users of the facility. The incumbent supervises the activities in the site by using best business practices like emergency management plans and emergency response plans to manage resources, services and processes to meet the needs of the company.
As a site manager you are deeply involved in the everyday activities on the site. The site manager organizes the Site supervisors into teams to meet the goals of the business. You also may work to develop and implement employee schedules and deal with any minor problems that arise between employees. As a Site manager, you are also responsible for Site supervisors in terms of trainings, letter writings, proposals, facility inspections etc.
Maintenance is an all-encompassing category that includes the building, premises and any equipment located on the property. It is one of the most important priorities for the site manager to make sure that all of these areas are properly maintained and kept in good working order. As a site manager you are responsible for the supervision of the facility making sure that site supervisors meets company requirements.
Another large part of the site manager's responsibility is to manage operational costs. You have to find ways to cut costs while adequately maintaining the business premises. You have to create a budget for all expenditures from your department and work throughout the year to keep costs within the budgeted amount, making adjustments on an emergency basis.
Experience & Qualifications
Minimum Education Qualification-
Applicants should send their Cvs to email@example.com
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