General Contracts Manager


Stewart Construction is a Top Ten Irish main contractor with a proven track record of successful project delivery through the generations. Technically advanced building projects are delivered in a cost effective and safe manner with excellent craftsmanship and attention to detail.

An award winning and innovative company with a history of integrity, Stewart Construction understand clients evolving needs and will deliver its promise on each and every project.

Education & Skills

  • Degree in Construction Management or Engineering
  • Have a sound knowledge of current construction techniques, build ability and value engineering concepts
  • Suitable candidate should have experience in managing high quality medium to large scale commercial, industrial, health, pharma & education.
  • Excellent communication and presentation skills
  • Ability to work collaboratively with Client/Design teams and supply chain members
  • Demonstrate financial, commercial and business development acumen
  • Ability to work well under pressure and within deadline environment
  • Must have experience with medium to high value projects €10m – €50m.

Job Description

  • Manage day to day operational duties
  • Responsibility for the delivery of the project’s on time, within specification and on budget
  • Manage and coordinate project team staff to ensure performance and delivery
  • Must be able to routinely make management decisions pertaining to project issues with minimal supervision throughout the life of the projects.
  • Must be able to demonstrate strong Commercial awareness and Cost Control ability with a proven track record in construction planning.
  • Must be technically competent with the ability to set and follow project milestones and deliveries.
  • Ensure the highest levels of health and safety, quality and environmental standards are met.

5+ years experience (preferably with a main contractor)

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