The average pay for a Construction Administrator is £9.19 per hour.
The average pay for a Construction Administrator is £22,002 per year.
|Salary||£15,582 - £26,791|
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|£15,103 - £29,527|
Job Description for Construction Administrator
Construction administrators are in charge of completing administrative duties during their company's construction projects. They are responsible for ensuring that all required materials are delivered to the work site. In addition, they calculate construction costs to make sure they match construction plans. They relay administrative paperwork and ideas to construction specialists and professionals. Construction administrators need to be able to work well under strict deadlines to make sure all contracts are followed. One of their main tools includes a personal computer to maintain an accurate record of construction supplies and review construction projects.Read More...
One of the construction administrator's main duties includes responding to requests for information from other companies and government agencies. Construction administrators issue architect's supplemental instructions, manage construction costs, process shop drawings, and process change orders. Some of their main responsibilities also include conducting on-site observation and coordination with clients and contractor vendors. They also conduct construction progress meetings, as well as review schedules and work progress. Besides monitoring, they also actively participate in creating scheduling timelines and cost estimates.
A bachelor’s degree in engineering or a similar field is required for this position. Previous experience in a related role is needed as well. Industry and engineering certifications may be beneficial. Construction administrators must be organized individuals that can efficiently process forms and perform administrative tasks for construction workers. They need to be well-organized, work well in a team setting, and perform efficiently on their own with minimal supervision. (Copyright 2019 PayScale.com)
- Understand project specifications and architectural documents.
- Meet with the general contractor and clients to assist in construction process.
- Perform on-site inspections of construction progress.
- Monitor and track construction progress and changes.
- Write, prepare, and understand specifications.
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