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Senior Site Manager

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Posted: 08/04/2019
Reference: 764115
Job Type: Permanent
Location: Bristol, Bristol, England (map)
Salary: £50000 - £60000
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Are you an experienced Site Manager looking for the next step in your career?

I'm working in partnership with a top 5 Main Contractor to recruit a Senior Site Manager to join their team in Bristol due to continued growth.

Do you have experience working with a principal contractor on multi million pound projects as part of a site team?

You'll be a confident leader of people with a proven ability to manage the pressures of working on large construction projects to deliver the project or section of works in your control.

You'll be involved in projects from an early stage taking responsibility from design and procurement stage through delivery to handover.

This is an excellent opportunity to join one of the countries leading construction companies with a strong order book of large projects located within a commutable distance of Bristol. They offer realistic career progression opportunities and are looking for the best people in the region to join their team.

To be considered you'll need to hold a valid SMSTS, CSCS manager card and 1st Aid qualification. It would also be advantageous to hold professional construction qualifications at NVQ Level 4 or higher. Membership of a professional body such as the CIOB would be highly desirable.

In exchange you'll receive an excellent package including a competitive basic salary, car or allowance, bonus scheme and other additional benefits.

To find out more about this opportunity APPLY NOW or call Andy Fletcher for a confidential chat on 0117 917 4560 or 07540 657 273.

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