A new housing project, in the Falkirk region requires an experienced site manager to work on the development detached 2-5 bedroom properties.

Contract Scotland is working with a family-owned residential housebuilder, based in Ayrshire to source a Technical Co-ordinator, to oversee the current and proposed developments in the West of Scotland.

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Site Manager

Location: Edinburgh
Salary: £48000 - £55000 per year
Benefits: + car/allowance + bonus
Reference: J22675
Contract Type: Permanent
Working Hours: Full-time
Created: 14th January 2022
Closing: 11th February 2022

Contract Scotland have an opportunity for a site manager, to work with one of the UK’s successful and award winning construction and residential developers

The currently have a requirement for a site manager to manage a mixed use flatted development in the south of Edinburgh.

  • Extensive site management experience on flatted developments
  • Excellent customer care track record
  • Well versed in programming and health & safety within housebuilding sector
  • CSCS,First Aid, SMSTS and Drivers License
  • Ability to maintain and manage all trades and labour on the project

If you are interested in applying for this role, please apply with a a copy of your most recent CV or for more information, contact Nicola on 01786446651, quoting J22675.

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