A site supervisor is a person who takes care of a construction site. They are in charge of carrying out inspections, assessing risks, and managing health and safety programs.
Daily, they are tasked with assessing blueprints, managing subcontractors, producing reports, and facilitating processes involving staff payroll as well as financial transactions. A site supervisor will also develop maintenance programs, evaluate facility needs, and manage workforce performance.
Employers require site supervisors to have a bachelor's degree relevant to the industry they are working in. Also, this role will need a minimum of two years of work experience. Site supervisors earn, on average, $17 per hour and this job is suitable for individuals who want to advance their career in project management.