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    • London, England
    • Up to £540 per day
    • Morson International
    • Posted 1 day ago

    We have an exciting opportunity for a Project Manager to support them in the East Anglia Hub (EAH) Offshore Wind Farm in regards to the technical support for the Foundation Supply Tender. This will be to work on the WTG Foundations. The Technical Project Manager will support the Fabrication Project Manager and Foundations Package Manager in eval...

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Morson has an unrivalled track record of success in specific nuclear recruitment, with the provision of both temporary and permanent personnel across the entire Nuclear sector, covering both civil and military applications. We work on some of the largest nuclear projects in the UK allowing us to offer the most exciting nuclear power jobs in the industry. We have managed innovative, multifaceted searches across key technical areas from initial design and safety studies through detailed design programmes to final plant commissioning, inspection and handover. We have supported a variety of projects across the existing nuclear...

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