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Planner - Design - Contract - Full-time remote working

Location - working remotely

My client are a tier 1 main contractor who specialise in multi- disciplined construction contracts across Highways, Commercial and Residential builds across the UK. As such they are looking for an experienced Project Planner to join their highways team. This role is working on a new resurfacing and repair highways project in the North of England.

My client are still in the early design stages and require a Planner to create a buildability report and a tender programme. This will be remote working from home and will be expected to travel as and when required (fully expensed).

Key Responsibilities

Attend pre-tender meetings where required
Produce information for pre-qualification documents when requested
Pre-Construction Stage

Review the buildability of the project - working with Operations Teams where required
Prepare Tender programmes
Prepare temporary works schedules and analyse quotations received and advise the Estimator
Work with the Estimator preparing Preliminary costs
Attend meetings with Client, Designers, Quantity Surveyors etc where necessary

Attend site meetings and receive feedback
Review tender programme operations against tender programme
Compile and amend Contract programmes when requested
Advise on programmes and progress when requested

Key Skills and Qualifications

HNC/HND in relevant discipline is essential
Must have a pro-active approach and the ability to work collaboratively with internal and external teams.
Seeking a driven and highly motivated individual
Highways England or infrastructure experience is essential
Experience working with Primavera P6 or BlueBEAM software is essential