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Site Supervisor – Street Lighting

  • £35,000 - £45,000 + Package
  • Civil Engineering
  • Essex

Site Supervisor 

Street Lighting 

£35,000- £45,000 + package


About the company

Our client is a contractor who has been trading for just over 40 years and has gained a superb reputation within the highways sector, specialising in street lighting, highways maintenance, highways communications, S278 works, and power cabling. Due to the excellent delivery of their projects, they have now picked up repeat business with Highways England, Network Rail, and several councils across the UK which has seen their turnover rocket up to £50M. 

About the opportunity

Due to the company expanding and winning several street lighting contracts throughout the UK they are now looking for a Site Supervisor to support the project manager. The projects that you will be involved in will be street lighting within a roads and highways environment.  

The successful candidate will need to construct and deliver the allocated section of work within a specified time frame with correctly allocated resources. You are going to need to optimise outputs and reduce the need for overtime working to allow all colleagues to keep a good working pattern throughout the week. It is important to note that you will also need to ensure safety compliance and promote safe working practices. As the potential new Site Supervisor, you will be in charge of monitoring construction activity on-site and making sure that they meet up to the quality standards put in place.

Benefits and rewards

The company is huge on personal development, progression, and long-term stability. You’ll be working for a company where they want you to work up the ladder and progress through the company.

You’ll be rewarded with a very competitive salary which ranges from £35,000- £45,000 + package.


It is important to have at least 5 years of experience working within Street Lighting as a Site Supervisor and to show good long-term stability at the companies you have worked for.

You’ll also need a full UK driver’s license to allow to get from the office to the construction site and to other locations you might require to visit.