Our esteemed client, a specialist engineering contractor renowned for their pivotal role in crafting sustainable water and wastewater treatment solutions, is actively seeking an experienced Sub Agent to join their reactive maintenance team on a permanent basis in Dunbartonshire overseeing the framework for drainage repairs.

ntract Scotland have a unique opportunity for a Site Engineer from a civil engineering background to join a specialist civils contractor who provide technical expertise to a multitude of sectors across the construction industry. Here, you’ll benefit from extensive training and development opportunities under the mentorship of industry experts, all while contributing to innovative solutions for a sustainable future.

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Sub Agent

Location: Glasgow
Salary: £40k - 48k per year + plus benefits
Benefits: plus benefits
Reference: J43476
Contract Type: Permanent
Working Hours: Full-time
Created: 3rd April 2024
Closing: 1st May 2024

Exciting Opportunity for an Experienced Sub Agent in Sustainable Water Solutions

Our esteemed client, a specialist engineering contractor renowned for their pivotal role in crafting sustainable water and wastewater treatment solutions, is actively seeking an experienced Sub Agent to join their team on a permanent basis in Glasgow for projects situated throughout Central Scotland.

With a secure long-term framework in place, this role offers not only job stability but also the invaluable opportunity to collaborate within a seasoned team dedicated to supporting your professional growth.  As a qualified Civil Engineer, you’ll step into the role of Sub Agent.  This will be a varied role touching on technical, quality, programming and contractual aspects of project delivery, allowing you to become a dynamic, well rounded Sub Agent.

In this pivotal role, you will:

  • Maintain a keen awareness of programme constraints and drive works to meet targets.
  • Oversee the management of the construction site, ensuring smooth operations.
  • Attend pre-start and progress meetings on-site, actively contributing insights.
  • Prepare comprehensive site plans, risk assessments, and method statements.
  • Exercise diligent cost control and scheduling.
  • Uphold compliance with Health and Safety, Quality, and Environmental management plans.
  • Ensure that works progress in accordance with programme schedules and adhere to safety and environmental standards.
  • Provide detailed reports on contractual milestones with the client.

To thrive in this role, you should possess:

  • A minimum of an HNC-level education in Civil Engineering.
  • Prior experience working on Scottish Water projects, demonstrating your familiarity with industry-specific requirements.
  • Proficiency in setting out.
  • Proven track record of thriving in a principal contracting environment.
  • Valid SMSTS and First Aid qualifications.
  • First Aid Training certification.
  • Desirable: Roads and Street Works certificate.
  • Flexibility for travel and willingness to work away from home, as projects may be located across Scotland.
  • A full UK driver’s license.

If you are interested in this opportunity to join a passionate and industrious team deeply invested in the projects they undertake, within a company that prioritises the growth and development of its staff, we invite you to apply with your latest CV. For further details, reach out to Karin Campbell at 01786 446651, quoting reference J43476.

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