Our client, a leading global engineering firm specialising in water sector projects, is expanding its commercial team in Scotland and is seeking a Quantity Surveyor to join them in Inverness. We welcome applicants from all levels of experience, particularly those with a background in the water industry.

In light of recent successes in clean water frameworks, our client is expanding its team and actively seeking experienced Site Agents and Site Engineers to join their ranks, focusing on projects in and around Inverness. As integral members of the team, you will play pivotal roles in ensuring the safe, efficient, and timely completion of clean water infrastructure projects.

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Site Manager

Location: Stepps
Salary: £40k - 50k per year + plus benefits
Benefits: plus benefits
Reference: J44138
Contract Type: Permanent
Working Hours: Full-time
Created: 15th July 2024
Closing: 12th August 2024

Exciting Opportunity: Site Manager

Our client, a major global engineering firm with expertise in the design and delivery of projects in the water sector, is looking to expand its team in Scotland by recruiting an experienced Site Manager based in Glasgow. The successful candidate must be willing to travel throughout Scotland when required.

Position: Site Manager

Location: Glasgow, with travel throughout Scotland when required

Role Overview:

Working on the Scottish Water Framework, you will be responsible for ensuring the safe and efficient delivery of wastewater and water infrastructure and civil engineering projects, supervising the project from inception to completion. You should be an excellent leader with great interpersonal skills.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Accountable for the management and site supervision of teams on water and wastewater capital maintenance upgrades.
  • Ensure sites comply with company SHEQ policies and procedures, promoting a strong Health & Safety and quality-focused culture.
  • Ensure all work is carried out in line with company safety procedures.
  • Lead, guide, and mentor members of the project team when required.
  • Maintain good on/off-site working relationships.
  • Manage site logistics to maximise production.
  • Record and report all site returns to the management team.
  • Ensure contracts are delivered safely, on time, within budget, and to the client’s specifications.
  • Liaise with project teams to provide feedback on milestones and issues, ensuring site teams contact project teams when necessary.
  • Effectively manage any project delays.

Essential Requirements:

  • A Civil Engineering-related degree.
  • Demonstrable experience as a Site Manager delivering water projects.
  • Experience working on MEICA projects is desirable.
  • Previous civil engineering experience is essential.
  • Appropriate knowledge of health and safety policies.
  • Excellent communication and liaison skills.
  • Valid CSCS and SHEA qualification is desired.
  • SMSTS qualified.
  • A full UK driving licence.

What’s On Offer:

  • Competitive salary.
  • 25 days holiday plus bank holidays (with an additional 5 days available to buy).
  • Car allowance.
  • Contributory pension scheme.
  • Life assurance.
  • Health insurance.
  • Private medical insurance.

If this sounds like the job for you and you meet the desired criteria, we would be delighted to hear from you.

How to Apply:

Please apply with your most recent CV or for more information, contact Adam Rahma on 01786 446651 quoting J44138.

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