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Project Manager

Location: Stirling
Salary: £300 - 350 per day + not applicable
Benefits: not applicable
Reference: J43764
Contract Type: Permanent
Working Hours: Full-time
Created: 27th March 2024
Closing: 24th April 2024

Our client, a specialist subcontractor within the rail sector are looking to expand their team in Central Scotland by recruiting an experienced Project Manager.

Role: Project Manager

Location: Central Scotland

Duration: 6 months


  • Degree or HNC in relevant civil engineering discipline.
  • Proven experience in managing Civil Engineering projects (rail experience is desirable).
  • Ability to manage multiple site simultaneously.
  • HSEQ expertise.
  • Extensive technical knowledge, overseeing all civils site activities.
  • Proactive communicator.
  • Full UK driver’s licence.

What’s Offered:

  • April start date for a 6 month duration.
  • Payment options: Limited Company, PAYE, or CIS.
  • Daily rate: £300 to £350 per day (DOE).

To seize this opportunity, apply with your latest CV or contact Kirsten Whitfield at 01786 446651, quoting J43764.


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