Construction Manager

Full Time Permanent

Manchester Jobs Board

The Company

A market leading principal contractor offering complete construction solutions across the UK; they have an impressive private and public portfolio of major industrial, civil, rail and leisure developments with build values in excess of £120m. Our client is a strongly cash positive business with a healthy track-record of profit growth and an annual turnover in excess of £600m. They are a highly awarded contractor with a number of industry awards and accreditations.

Experience, Knowledge & Qualifications

For this role you must possess the following;

Minimum of 5 Years previous experience in a relevant role
Degree or Equivalent in Civil Engineering or Construction Management
Experience in Rail Construction
Good Written and Verbal Communication SkillsThe Role

As the Construction Manager in the North West you will be responsible for overseeing multiple sites simultaneously ensuring the delivery of these projects. You will undertake an integral role on the project overseeing the planning, execution and monitoring of the sites as well as liaising with the clients.


Reporting directly to the Contracts Manager
Create the project strategy and an implementation plan
Ensure company H&S and quality standards are all upheld
Liaise and manage on site manage team sub – contractors
Prepare project budgets and manage costs on the client's behalf
Lead onsite construction activities as the lead Construction Manager
Ensure project is on / ahead of time and re – programme as required

This role has the opportunity to be either Permanent or Contract with a competitive Salary or Rate on offer for the successful candidate. For more information or to apply please contactAdam Farquharson (phone number removed) or Thomas Robertshaw (phone number removed)


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