- Ref: 24318
- Location: Northumberland
- Sector: Civils & Infrastructure Contracting
- Contract: Perm
Our client is seeking experienced civils and infrastructure permanent Site Supervisors to join their rapidly expanding team and highly successful company based in the North East of England.
Our client undertakes commercial and residential groundworks, roads and sewers, traffic management, surfacing, reinforced concrete basements and frames, surveying, remediation and earthworks. The company has a turnover circa 20 Million per annum and employs over 100 direct members of staff.
We are seeking applicants that have a proven background of managing direct and sub contract staff such as bricklayers, shuttering joiners, groundworkers, machine drivers specifically doings civils projects up to DPC level. Applicants must hold SSSTS or SMSTS certification and a valid CSCSCPCS card full driving licence and basic IT skills (Use of Microsoft office programs). General duties will include managing projects up to 2 Million in value, doing take offs from technical diagrams, ordering materials, adjusting site program of works, overseeing H&S, quality control and man management.
The role offers a competitive salary, overtime, company vehicle, employer contribution pension, project related bonus as well as working in the North East region only. For more information on the role please contact David Fletcher of CDM Recruitment (Agy)
If you are interested in this role please contact David Fletcher on 0191 2502111
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