Contracts Manager (Civils)
£68,000 - £70,000 + Training + Progression + 33 Days' Holiday + Excellent Company Benefits
Are you a Contracts Manager from a civil or utilities background, looking to join a rapidly growing business and play a key role in major projects for a market leading energy company?
On offer is an excellent opportunity to join a well-established and forward thinking business and progress your career further with fantastic training and development opportunities.
The company is going through a period of sustained growth in the UK making it a great time to start with them. They are now looking for a Contracts Manager to oversee the delivery of new and existing contracts.
In this role you will travel to different company sites, coordinating projects in regard to scheduling, cost and budgets. You will work with the Quantity and Procurement teams to ensure that projects are delivered to client requirements.
This role would suit a Contracts Manger from a civils background looking to join a fast-growing business offering progression opportunities to senior management and beyond.
- Managing contracts for every stage of build
- Overseeing tradespeople and contractors
- Regular travel around UK, all expenses paid
- Contracts Manager
- Utilities / Civils background
- Looking to join a market leading business offering progression and further training
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Reference number: BBBH178432
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