Site Agent

£60K + Package

Carmichael are seeking a Site Agent to join the team on a permanent basis on a project in Milton Keynes the ideal candidate will have experience working on Steel Structures and Bridgeworks.


The Site Agent will be responsible for the day to day management of the construction activities, assisting the Project Manager to achieve the required delivery strategy and objectives.

Attend site weekly/progress meetings with Client and/or Subcontractors on behalf of the Project Manager and ensure all diaries/records/forms are maintained and resources, plants & materials are monitored to complete the planned activities in line with the requirements.

Monitor and coordinate subcontractors in the performance of their works, ensuring they are completed to the contractual requirements.

Ensure that the subcontractors have all current information required to carry out their duties.

Ensure compliance of temporary works during implementation by identifying and resolving technical problems on site in liaison with the Project Manager.

Assist with the production of programmes and progress reports by producing 5 weeks look ahead schedules and associated narratives.

Complete quality records in accordance with the procedures and timescales, ensuring compliance with assurance process and gathering relevant evidence.

Responsible for production of timely WPP, RAMS & Method statements, ITP’s and their checking & acceptance for the safe execution of the works.

Ensure compliance with all statute, standards and company policies, procedures including health, safety, environment and quality.

Key Skills and Qualifications

HNC/Degree (Construction/Civil Engineering related) or equivalent


IOSH Managing Safely or SMSTS Excellent communication.

Ability to work with Foreman and Supervisors and site-based workforce.

Knowledge and practical application of Site Engineering activities combined with construction supervision skills.

Knowledge of Temporary works & Temporary Works Coordinator experience desirable

Experiences of working on Steel Structures and Bridgeworks