|Job Ref:||204733513||Employer:||cv-library.co.uk||Industry:||Construction||Job Type:||Permanent||Country:||United Kingdom||City:||South East||Address:||Salary:||£35000 - £38000/annum £35-38K + Excellent package (Negotia||Post Date:||27/10/2016 02:37|
About this Role:|
My client is a Leading National Civil Engineering Contractor.
The sectors that they are presently involved in include;
Highways & Bridges
Environment Agency Works
Infrastructure & Groundworks
River & Marine
Utilities & Energy
Coastal Defence Works
My client is looking to appoint a Civils Sub-Agent to work on a Highways Framework in and around the M2, M3 and M4 Motorways through Hampshire, Surrey and Berkshire predominantly.
Therefore those with a background in Highway and Structures would be of particular experience.
Due to the nature of the projects throughout this busy Motorway network, there will be some nights and weekend work so this role would not be suitable for someone looking to work a 9-5 day, five days a week. The successful candidate will be recompensed for any unsociable hours worked and will benefit from a salary uplift to supplement their agreed package.
They have already secured long term contracts and frameworks within the area which they are looking to build upon.
If successful, candidates will be given the opportunity to develop their career through to a contract management position or beyond.
Manage the team of engineers and foreman to deliver the Construction Work
HND/Degree in civil engineering
CSCS Black/Platinum Card
Have at least 3 years` of delivery experience in Civil Engineering projects
As part of their excellent benefits package, they offer:
Competitive basic salary
Flexible benefit scheme
Company car or generous car allowance
Salary Uplift for nights and weekend work
About the Company/Client/Project:
A leading Civil Engineering Contractor.
Requirements including certificates and qualifications:
A BSc in Civil Engineering or equivalent, with recent and relevant experience in a similar role.
Candidates must be able to prove their eligibility to work in the UK