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Contracts Manager – Utilities/Civil Engineering

  • £60,000 - £80,000 + Package
  • Civil Engineering

Contracts Manager

Utilities

North London

£60,000 – £80,000 + Package

About the company

My client is the biggest utility contractor within the UK turning over £850M, specialising in gas, water, electric, fibre and power. They are a tier one main contractor but they also sub contract utility packages on large contracts. The opportunities to grow within the company are huge, they are always expanding and they like to promote within and reward their staff. You will be working in their new offices in North London, they are very high end and polished and it makes it a great environment to work in. The reputation of my client is brilliant, they are known for completing work on time and to a great standard, because of this they have landed some big contracts with HS2, Thames Water, Anglian Water, UKPN and Southern Water.

About the role:

Reporting directly to the head of operations, somebody who is well respected within the industry and has over 25 years’ experience working on utility and Civil Engineering projects. As a contracts Manager, you will be based on water projects throughout London and will be accountable for delivery of all Developer Services work (pipe replacements), both major projects and routine connections work, varying in size and complexity. The team that you will be working for are a fun but professional team.

  • Organise projects and scheduling for all upcoming work.
  • Liaise with correct departments and Directors to ensure the business runs smoothly on a daily basis.
  • Support the delivery of exceptional value for money.

The Benefits of the role

  • You will be in a very senior role working with a team with lots of experience within the water industry. On top of that, you’ll be rewarded with a very competitive salary of £60,000 – £80,000 + 10% company bonus, 27 days annual leave and £8800 car allowance.

About the Requirements:

To be considered for this role, individuals must have a strong background within the water industry, especially developer services and this must have been gained whilst working in the UK. Ideally the successful individual will be degree qualified in a construction related discipline or similar and as this is a permanent position, candidates must be able to demonstrate stability of employment throughout their career. Furthermore, individuals must have strong management skills, knowledge of relevant utilities / health and safety policies and procedures and it is imperative.