May 21, 2021

Contracts Manager - Structural

£45,000 - £75,000 yearly
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  • City of London, London
Construction

Job Description

Contracts Manager - Required for our client, a Structural Engineering / Building Contractors, based in London. The Contracts Manager will be completing a broad array of duties, in a rooming role within the M25, visiting numerous sites. They are looking for an all-rounder that can run small jobs and ones up to £5 million. The Work Stream includes, Demolition, Temporary Works/Façade Retention, Builder's Work, Groundworks, Underpinning, Basements, RC Works, Structural Carpentry, Structural Steel and Commercial sectors ranging between £100K and £5 million in value. Contracts Manager Position Overview Working for a Structural Engineering & Building Contractor Completing a range of Contract Management duties Works include; Demolition, Temporary Works/Façade Retention, Builder's Work, Groundworks, Underpinning, Basements, RC Works, Structural Carpentry, Structural Steel Projects between £50k and £5 million in value across the Commercial, Industrial and Residential sectors Further duties can be discussed as required Contracts Manager Position Requirements Living within commuting distance of Central London Previous experience in a Contracts Manager role Must have excellent technical knowledge Ability to communicate well with both Clients and our workforce / supply chain Good tenure (must be looking for a long term role) Ideally from a Structural Engineering background Hold all relevant site certificates Further requirements can be discussed Contracts Manager Position Remuneration Salary- Negotiable DOE Holiday Pension Progression opportunities with company growth Working for a profitable well respected company Further benefits can be discussed as requiredWe, Bennett and Game Recruitment, a technical recruitment agency based in Chichester are acting as a Recruitment Agency in relation to this vacancy. Join us on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn - Search Bennett and Game Recruitment

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