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General Manager

Construction projects nowadays involve complex business organizations. The large projects often include several stages, dozens of subcontractors and hundreds or even thousands of employees. For this reason,organizational capacity is key to a professional who is granted the job of General Manager.

A General manager of an organization of the construction sector is the engineer who has the general responsibility for managing both revenues and costs, definitely, from the account of results of a company.

A General manager is normally responsible for supervising most or all marketing functions and sales of the company, as well as the day to day business operations. Frequently, the general director is responsible for the planning, coordination, staffing, organization and decision-making for achieve desirable results for an organization.

In many cases, the general manager of a construction company is given a different formal title. Thus, titles as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) or the President, for example, are the general directors of their respective companies. More rarely, the Chief Financial Officer (CFO), Chief Operating Officer (COO) or even the Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) will act as the general manager of the company.

Depending on the company, persons with the title of Managing Director, regional Vice President, Country Manager, Product Manager, Branch Manager, or Segment Manager may also have general management responsibilities.

HSE Manager

HSE Manager is responsible for activities related to the environment and the safety and health of the company. It is responsible for its design, programming, communication and coordination. It is a place of vital importance within a construction company, is building a high risk sector for both the environment and for the safety of their workers.

Among their tasks in an organization of the construction sector we could summarize as follows:

  • To establish the policies and procedures of the company in this matter according to the laws of application
  • Form to the company’s employees to carry out their duties under such safety standards.
  • Direct resources and the activities of the Division to support HSE programs providing advice and guidance to senior management of the company.
  • Continuously maintain an adequate level of awareness, knowledge and preparation in regard to the environmental, health and safety concepts.
  • Creating a culture that gives priority to HSE criteria against their associated costs.
  • Reviewing policies and practices of the system implemented to make sure that they are up-to-date and are suitable.
  • Review the dangers and established risk assessments, as well as expand them and adapt them continually.
  • Responsible for staffing his Department as well as all the staff of the safety and environment field.
  • It is responsible for the development of annual budget recommendations and their implementation.
  • Submit periodic written reports, as well as other production-related outcomes and changes to ensure a proper record of any incident related to the matter and help in the implementation of these corrective measures.
  • Actively participate in the scheduling of meetings of the company’s security.

Quantity Surveyor

A Quantity Surveyor is responsible for managing all the contractual and financial aspects associated with construction projects.

They are considered the economists of the sector are and are fundamental to the process of decision-making throughout the development of a project. That is, from its initial conception to full completion. They advise their companies about the different comparative economic balances of proposed construction programs. They prepare plans of costs of construction projects, which allow, together with the design team, to be within the objectives of the Organization, where your budget is concerned.

He will also be in charge of controlling all stages of projects assigned in regards to the budget. Supervises and realizes a monitoring of the progress of the project, as well as their measurements and contractual variations by means of interim payments and the final closing of the accounts.

A Quantity Surveyor is more than having a relevant academic record. Construction companies expect that candidates are excellent communicators and have impressive numerical skills to manage economic and financial demands associated with their complex construction projects. Given the demands of the world of construction and their common challenges, must show to develop innovative approaches to solve problems and a great capacity for negotiation at any level of your project.

Obviously, are not required have important technical knowledge within the sector, but one sufficient knowledge of the industry, as well as be aware of the evolution of the sector through publications on the market. Of course is a critical factor in the choice of work experience relative to the contract management of construction and specifically with the theme of the same, that is, if you have experience related to projects of railway , roads ,port projects,etc.

Quality Manager

The Quality Manager is responsible for ensuring that the product or service of an organization is suitable,coherent and complies with the requirements imposed, both external and internal. That is, it meets all the regulations and standards imposed by the company based on its strategy. The Quality Manager also known as Quality Assurance Manager, as coordinates the necessary activities to comply with these quality standards.

They are in charge of linking with other managers and staff of the Organization, ensuring that the quality management system is functioning properly. Therefore they are exercising management tasks, being these the ones which will mark the professional profile that we are defining. They must advise on the changes and how to implement them, providing tools and techniques to enable others to achieve standards of quality. Controlling and advising on the performance of the quality management system, they must report periodically on the standards established for their evaluation.

Among their tasks in an organization of the construction sector we could summarize as follows:

  • Elaboration and establishment of quality procedures, its rules and own specifications from the company, as well as obtaining certificates proving it.
  • Continuously review customer requirements and ensure their compliance.
  • Establish the quality requirements of external suppliers, check their quality standards.
  • Monitor the quality criteria by the relevant data collection and statistical reporting.
  • Make changes and improvements, as well as to put them into practice.
  • Use relevant quality tools, ensuring that workers understand the way of improve its services through quality. Doing this not to be seen as a problem but as an useful aid.
  • Be informed of the quality criteria set out in the market, to try to be at the forefront in this sense. The customers are decanted by a few services with highest quality standards.

Technical Manager

A Technical Manager TM is usually, in any company, a senior technical person within an organization.

In construction, is granted to the person who has the highest responsibility in monitoring and writing more complex technical aspects of each construction project. For a construction company or consultant carrying out all types of civil engineering projects, would be the professional the one that makes to respect all applicable regulations in force . Thus, in a highway project he would supervise or realize all the structural calculation, lands and firm. In a hydraulic project, all the calculations and supervision of the necessary facilities. In an underground project, all of the geotechnical.

Definitely, a Technical Manager has as main function is to provide technical support to any need that the organization may have. Therefore, within the capabilities you need, will be to have an extensive academic background , as well as extensive experience in the resolution of technical issues involving projects of the company.

As Manager since it is, a Technical Manager must also possess capabilities to plan and manage his team, programming, both economic, deadlines, and how to manage documentation. Should know how to keep up well technically advised projects and respecting all the policy requirements to it.

These management responsibilities require skills such as attention to detail and perfectionism, the clear
communication, abstract and analytical thinking skills and ability to interact well with the others.