We have a Site Manager position with a leading medium sized housebuilder located in the East who are looking for an experienced manager who will continue to help in the growth and development of their new sites.

Contract Scotland are working with one of Scotland’s larger housebuilders, to appoint an assistant site manager for one of a number of developments in Edinburgh and the East.

We’re the leading recruitment specialist for

Administration & Clerical
Construction & Building
Civil Engineering
Cost and Property Consultancy
Procurement/Supply Chain
Engineering Consultancy
Housing & Property
HR & Recruitment
Marketing & PR
Procurement/Supply Chain

Assistant Site Manager

Location: Aberdeen
Salary: £35000 - £40000 per year
Reference: J23786
Contract Type: Permanent
Working Hours: Full-time
Created: 25th July 2022
Closing: 22nd August 2022

Contract Scotland are working with a bespoke SME developer to source an experienced assistant site manager for one of their developments in Aberdeen. This family home development requires an assistant site manager with a strong housebuilding background and good knowledge of NHBC standards.

Day to day tasks include working along side the Site Manager in the day to day running of the site, supervising trades and sub-contractors, health and safety and customer care

To be considered you must have a proven track record working within the private residential sector in a similar role and have all relevant qualifications including an SMSTS, CSCS card and First Aid.

If you would like to apply or have more information regarding this role, please send your CV to Adam Rahma or call 01786 446651 quoting J23786.

Legal Information:

Contract Scotland offers both the services of an employment agency for permanent work and an employment business for temporary work.

We can only deal with applications from Candidates who are eligible to work in the UK and are current UK residents.

We are committed to equal opportunities and diversity for our employees, temporary workers and work seekers. Individuals are only assessed on their individual merits and suitability to a position irrespective of race, gender, disability, age, faith or sexual orientation.