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Site Supervisor
$44K-$54K / yr. (est.)
$45K
$49,686 / year
$55K
Average base salary
The salary information provided is based on data collected from various reliable sources and may vary depending on individual qualifications and other factors.

About Site Supervisor

What does a Site Supervisor do?

As Site Supervisors, we are responsible for managing and supervising a construction site in accordance with safety and health precautions. We take care of the job of assessing hazards as well as determining risks. We make sure to maintain a safety program by conducting regular inspections. Scheduling workers, watching budgets, as well as following safety guidelines are some of our main responsibilities. We make sure that instructions are carried out correctly so that standards are met. Finally, we obtain permits as well as order supplies as needed. As site supervisors, we make sure that everything is up to code so that there is no delay in approval.

Core tasks:

  • inspecting construction sites regularly in order to identify as well as eliminate potential safety hazards
  • supervising as well as instructing not only the construction team but also the subcontractors
  • maintain an accurate record of construction employee attendance

Insights

How Many Years of Experience Do Professionals Need Before Becoming Site Supervisor?
On average, people work 5-7 years in other positions prior to becoming a Site Supervisor.
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CarpenterLas Vegas, NV - 8 months ago
Do you think the 5-7 years of experience are necessary or just preferred?
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PlumberMiami, FL - 8 months ago
🔥 I don't understand why they don't just hire people directly for this position instead of making us wait and switch jobs.
How Long Do Site Supervisor Employees Typically Stay in Their Roles?
On average, Site Supervisors works in this position for 3-5 years across multiple employers.
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Construction ManagerHouston, TX - 8 months ago
I trust site supervisors as long as they keep everyone safe and maintain quality standards. That's their main responsibility!
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Project CoordinatorBoston, MA - 8 months ago
Site supervisors are the backbone of any construction project. Without their coordination skills, chaos would prevail! 💪
What Is the Job Hopper Score for Site Supervisor Employees?
Moderate job changes in Site Supervisor, showing some career movement without excessive turnover.
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Site SupervisorHouston, TX - 8 months ago
i'm a supervisor and Site Supervisor is just a fancy way of doing what I do, except they probably get paid more for the same role 😒
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Site SupervisorMiami, FL - 8 months ago
As a Site Supervisor, my role requires both exceptional organizational skills and the ability to adapt to a diverse work environment. It's a demanding yet rewarding job that allows me to make a positive impact!

Career path

Path to job

Discover a Site Supervisor's areas of knowledge sorted by their majors.
Explore the list of higher education institutions that a Site Supervisor typically studied at.
Arizona State University-Tempe
Community College of the Air Force

Path after job

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Demographics

What Is the Age and Gender Ratio of Site Supervisor Employees?
Gender ratio in Site Supervisor position: 0.720702489791494 Male and 0.279297510208506 Female. Age ratio in Site Supervisor position: 16-20: 19%, 21-30: 56%, 31-40: 15%, 41-50: 7%, 51-60: 3%, 60+: 0%. Site Supervisor position is predominantly male (72.1%) with the largest age group being 21-30 years old, followed by 16-20 years old.
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Site SupervisorSan Francisco, CA - 8 months ago
what steps can be taken to encourage more females to pursue a career as Site Supervisors? We need a more diverse workforce! 👩
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Site SupervisorHouston, TX - 7 months ago
no wonder the industry struggles with gender equality if only a small percentage of female workers make it into positions like these. We need change now! 😤

Workplaces

Who Are the Top Employers for Site Supervisor?
Top employers of Site Supervisor position: Allied Universal, AlliedBarton Security Services, G4S. People who work in Site Supervisor position most typically go on to work for the Allied Universal.
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Site SupervisorMiami, FL - 8 months ago
Anyone who works for Allied Universal should consider themselves lucky. They are the gold standard in this field! 💯
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Site SupervisorPhoenix, AZ - 8 months ago
I can't speak for the other companies, but I've had such a great experience working for AlliedBarton Security Services. Respectful management and fair pay!
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What Industries Does Site Supervisor Typically Have Experience In?
Industry Background: The most typical industries of Site Supervisor: Administrative & Support, Construction, Religious / Grantmaking / Civic, Professional / Scientific / Technical, Manufacturing. Site Supervisor employees most likely come from a Administrative & Support industry background.
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Site SupervisorChicago, IL - 8 months ago
🙄 Well, guess what? The administrative department is the backbone of any industry, including being a Site Supervisor. Without proper administrative support, everything would crumble!
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Site SupervisorMiami, FL - 8 months ago
To all those arguing about different industries, let's not forget that religious and civic organizations also require Site Supervisors for their building projects. It's a unique experience!

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Discussion about Site Supervisor

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What is the women/men ratio in the job of Site Supervisor?
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Isabella Holmes3 years ago
30% are women in this profession only.
What is the typical age to work as a Site Supervisor?
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Sophie Hayes3 years ago
The typical age is 27 for a Site Supervisor.
How many years of experience do you usually have as a Site Supervisor?
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Liam Brown3 years ago
6 years of experience is needed on average for a Site Supervisor.
Which industries does a Site Supervisor typically work in?
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Sophie Hayes3 years ago
Administrative & Support is the most frequent for a Site Supervisor.
Is a degree needed to work as a Site Supervisor?
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Benjamin Gardner3 years ago
You should be fine with No higher education
Where are you working as a Site Supervisor?
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Sophie Hayes3 years ago
AlliedBarton Security Services, Allied Universal, G4S, Ricoh USA, Inc. and Securitas Security Services USA, Inc. has the most employees.
How long do you usually work as a Site Supervisor before changing to another position?
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Liam Brown3 years ago
A Site Supervisor typically moves on after 4 years
How frequently people change companies if they work as a Site Supervisor?
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Liam Brown3 years ago
a Site Supervisor is not a typical job hopper, but might change companies.
What occupations do people usually work in before becoming a Site Supervisor?
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Sophie Hayes3 years ago
Most people come from Security Officer, Project Manager or Teacher roles
What can be the next step in your career path from Site Supervisor?
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Liam Brown3 years ago
Project Manager, Site Manager or Account Manager can be a good next step
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