Construction Site Supervisor

Construction Site Supervisor

Become a Construction Site Supervisor

Some of the main responsibilities of a Construction Site Supervisor can include supervising workers and subcontractors, helping project managers to plan work, checking work is carried out safely, completing records for site reports and attending site management meetings.

  • Management
  • Communication
  • IT skills

There are a number of ways you can become a Construction Site Supervisor, as a minimum you will need 4 or more GCSEs grades A-C (9-4) and a minimum of 2 A Levels or BTEC equivalent.

Level 3

You can study a BTEC Subsidiary or Extended Diploma in Construction & the Built Environment or Civil Engineering or an Advanced Level 3 Apprenticeship in Construction Contracting Operations or Civil Engineering

Level 4, 5 & 6

You can study a HNC, HND, Higher Apprenticeship or Degree in Construction and the Built Environment, Civil Engineering or other related subjects.


Starting salaries are usually between £28,000 and £35,000.

With experience this could rise to £35,000 to £40,000.

Highly experienced supervisors can earn in the region of £40,000 or more.

Find the perfect career for you

There are hundreds of job roles in construction, from site work to office work or a combination of the two. Some of the many careers are listed in our careers A-Z, simply click on the letter of the career you are interested in to find out all about it.