Field Based - Site Coordinator
c£34,000.00 per Annum
£29,000.00 per annum + 4,640.00 bonus based on performance and profit share
(2% of the bonus paid each quarter, 8% paid at the end of the year)
Company car, phone, laptop and printer provided
About the Company:
Our client is a privately owned manufacturer of fitted kitchen, bedroom and bathroom furniture, the organisation has been in operation for 40 years and is experiencing growth year on year despite the recent economic crisis.
They have been successful in winning various tenders to supply fitted kitchens for the on-going refurbishment of Council owned properties and for New Build Social Housing projects throughout the country; as well as this they offer provision of the same services to major house builders such as Taylor Wimpey and Redrow.
Due to the continued demand our client are in need of additional support to assist the Sales and Installation Divisions in delivering this continued high level of service; you will be required you to visit various sites around your allocated geographical areas between 9:00 am and 4:00 pm to specifically ensure that each site (Apartment Blocks) is ready for the installation of a fitted kitchen, supplied by our client. You will ensure excellent service to sensitive customers by establishing and maintaining clear lines of communication and you will play a key role in the company fulfilling its contractual obligations.
This job requires you to have previous experience of kitchen design or kitchen installation and a full UK Driving LicenseDuties and Responsibilities:
o Attend site set up and progress meetings for allocated Special Projects
o Schedule plots for delivery via site plot schedules on the company’s extranet or by submitting call-off forms to the sales office, in line with customer programmes and lead-times
o Carry out the check measure of plots 3 weeks before delivery for standard product and 5 weeks before delivery for non-standard product (e.g. Paint to Order), reporting and documenting any findings directly to the customer
o Submit approved marked up revisions to the design office via an amendment form - The timing of these submissions should take into account the customers’ programme, as well as the design office lead-times for amendments to be processed.
o Carry out the readiness inspection of plots 2 weeks before delivery for standard product and 4 weeks before delivery for non-standard product, to ensure that when materials arrive on site they can be fitted without delay
o Carry out a week of delivery check on plots to ensure that they have progressed to a level which enables materials to be fitted, reporting all findings via IMS and circulating accordingly with photographic evidence where required.
o Rescheduling of delivery dates in the system, where necessary, and then confirming these movements with the customer via e-mail
o Maintain a site activity folder throughout the life of allocated projects - This involves carrying out various site audits and collating weekly reports with the responsibility of providing documentation in support of these tasks
o Work closely with Contracts Managers and fit teams to ensure that the delivery to completion of materials is kept to the shortest time scale possible.Key Areas Summary
- Provide high levels of customer service.
- Ensure good time management through effective journey planning and working methods.
- The accurate scheduling, and management, of plots for delivery.
- On site check measure, readiness inspections.
- Responsibility for collating documentation which relates to site activities.
- Completing the stage and final stage sign offs for materials on site.
- Reporting and documenting findings both internally and externally.
- Have an awareness of lead-times and weekly production deadlines.
- Work effectively to try to achieve departmental KPI targets.
- Private Sector