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      Civil Engineer

      • UK, North East, County Durham
      • Negotiable, Full time, Permanent
      Our client are looking for talented Civil Engineers with strong water/wastewater industry design experience to join their growing team in County Durham. Job Description You will be involved in the full project lifecycle, work ranging from outline design, through final design, to construction support and commissioning. You will be involved in the production/checking of both manual and electronic design calculations, technical specifications, method statements and risk assessments. You


      • UK, West Midlands
      • to £125 per day, Full time, Contract
      Our client are urgently looking for a Ganger to start on 4th June providing cover for a foreman. The role will be supervising a gang doing deep open cut manhole building ensuring muck away and reinstatement of open cut easement is done correctly, ensuring quality and Health and Safety standards are up held. Reporting any issues arising from people performance and working with management to deliver the contract on time and to standard.

      Site Manager

      • UK
      • Negotiable, Full time, Permanent
      Our client are looking for experienced water industry site managers who are looking for permanent roles throughout the UK for their upcoming

      Bid Manager

      • UK, West Midlands
      • Negotiable, Full time, Permanent
      The Role: The Bid Manager will identify business opportunities that align with the companies Business Strategy, particularly aligned to own region. They will be responsible for developing appropriate relationships with external parties to help develop opportunities and winning submissions, secure work by value and type to meet company objectives and work with the Senior Bid Manager to develop customer solutions and prepare responses. The role will also involve overseeing all quality, technical

      General Foreman

      • UK, Greater London
      • from £280 to £300 per day, Full time, Contract
      Our client is looking to strengthen their Site team with a General Foreperson for their joint venture framework. As a Foreperson you will help coordinate the safe management of a section of work on major projects or control all site activities on a smaller project ensuring HSQE, programme and budget requirements are met. You will report directly to the Site Manager duties/responsibilities of the role will include. - Monitoring and implementing all matters relating to Health and Safety

      Senior / Technical Director - Air Quality

      • UK, North West, Lancashire
      • Negotiable, Full time, Permanent
      The successful person will become part of a respected and ambitious company with excellent career prospects and international opportunities. Responsibilities will include; Provide Air Quality consultancy services for a range of environmental projects for key public and private sector clients. Provide robust technical advice to clients on compliance with environmental regulations and issues related to Environmental Impact Assessment and Permitting. Work closely with clients’

      Temporary Works Designer

      • UK, Greater London
      • Negotiable, Full time, Permanent, Fixed Term
      Carry out detailed design and checking of temporary works and minor permanent works for civil engineering. Provide technical support to assist with both operational activities. Normally based at the Hertfordshire/Greater London but providing national coverage which may require occasional travel throughout the UK & visits to Head Office in the West Midlands Includes support of excavations, falsework and formwork, access scaffolds, working platforms, shaft/tunnel installation, plant

      Quantity Surveyor

      • UK, East of England, Cambridgeshire
      • Negotiable, Full time, Permanent
      The Role: This role involves working for the Integrated Operational Solutions (IOS) Framework for the our clients joint venture Programme, to provide commercial support to the project team, maintain commercial information and ensure compliance with contractual requirements. The Quantity Surveyor will liaise with the customer, customer representatives and other third parties on commercial issues including agreement of variations, claims and any additional payments. Key Responsibilities:

      Construction Manager

      • UK, East of England, Cambridgeshire
      • Negotiable, Full time, Permanent
      The Role: The Construction Manager will be responsible for the management of the construction site in order to achieve required project delivery to the customers’ objectives, whilst maintaining standards of health and safety, quality environmental impact and cost control. They will deliver projects to specified quality, the required programme and to the maximum commercial performance. The post-holder will work closely with the commercial department, engineers and surveyors to

      Business Development Manager

      • UK, Greater London
      • Negotiable, Full time, Permanent
      The Role: The purpose of this role is to work with team managers, specialist business units and other members of the business development team in the generation and management of a sustainable pipeline of work that reflects the current and anticipated business plans. This will be achieved through programmes of research and intelligence gathering, the interpretation and communication of data, and the preparation and implementation of appropriate action plans, primarily through identification
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