The role of the logistics manager is to take responsibility for all aspects of the logistics supply chain, stores management, development and optismisation of site logistics solutions to meet the needs of the project. The logistics manager will be required to mange the movement of people, goods and equipment at the construction site and control site facilities management.The logistics manager should ensure that the construction team is fully aware of logistics actives in support of the build program. Embrace a delivery- focused culture and organised resources to enable contract deadlines to be achieved.
Key Performance Indicators:
-Ensuring logistics activities are not a constraining factor on the program.
-Achieve a Considerate Constructors audit score of 40+.
-Achieve zero notices, letters of complaint or prosecutions from the Local authority in relation to site logistics.
Key Areas of Responsibility:
-Mobilisation:Control all traffic management internally and externally, wheel washing and road network cleanliness.
-Supply chain management.
-Site communications:Create a system to communicate information around the site e.g. noticeboards, email distribution lists, monitor displays, web pages.
-Signage: Support the Site Health and Safety Manager/Adviser define and organise all site signage to the agreed corporate standard.
-Delivery management:Manage all movements to and from site and keep associated records.
-Material and Consumable Store:Ensure materials delivered to site agree to the delivery documents and keeping associated records.
-Logistics Vehicles, plant, equipment and vertical transport: Specifying and managing plant and equipment used by Logistics Team and maintain an asset register.
-Be capable of managing a team of operatives, including taking any necessary disciplinary action.
-Fire and Safety
We are one of the largest family-owned construction groups in the UK. We deliver projects up to £160m from multiphase regeneration schemes with dense urban housing to high-rise developments, luxury residential projects and bespoke hotels.
There are few companies in today’s construction industry that can provide the same level of in-house capability as Ardmore including in-house mechanical and electrical installation, as well as metalwork and joinery services.Groundwork and substructures, super-structures, mechanical and electrical installation, through to envelope and fit-out packages we are able to control and deploy our own staff, equipment and tradespeople efficiently, whilst also providing clients with flexibility and responsiveness.
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