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Reinstatement & Quality Manager

  • £45,000 - £55,000 + Package
  • Civil Engineering
  • London

Reinstatement & Quality Manager

£45,000 – £55,000 + package

Utilities

London

About the client

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 opportunity

This is a brilliant opportunity to join a growing division that can offer you great stability (5-year contract). You will be reporting directly into the Contracts Manager and dealing with the client daily. The purpose of the position is to manage a fast-paced programme of works whilst managing a team of supervisors, street works planners, sub-contractors, administrators and reinstatement gangs. Meeting Client KPI’s in relation to cost, quality, and customer satisfaction as well as managing Health, Safety Environmental, and Quality issues.

Benefits & Rewards

As long as your performing well my client can offer you a good amount of stability as it’s a 5-year contract which can be extended by an extra 3 years on top of that. You will also be offered a competitive salary ranging from £45,000 – £55,000 + Package.

Requirements

It’s critical that you have at least 5 years’ experience working within a Reinstatement & Quality management position (UK Water industry).

Candidates should ideally have qualifications in Health and Safety (IOSH), Street works (NRSWA), and a full and valid driving licence.