Site Manager Jobs in Building, Construction and Infrastructure

Found 2 jobs
    • Central Belt, Scotland
    • £30000 - £35000 per annum
    • Careers at Morson
    • Posted 5 days ago

    Vital resources are working with several high profile Civil Engineering contractors to assist them in employing Site Engineers for various infrastructure and civils projects across the Central belt of Scotland. We are looking for people who can demonstrate the following: Good Communication Skills Excellent IT skills - with experience of using ex...

    • England
    • £250.00 - £300.00 per day
    • Morson International
    • Posted 9 days ago

    Are you an experienced Freelance Site / Construction Manager? Are you looking for your next exciting opportunity? If the answer to both of those questions is yes then this may be the perfect opportunity for you. Morson International are looking for an experienced Freelance Manager to work for a Regional Main Contractor on an upcoming development...


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About Building, Construction and Infrastructure

Effective recruitment is at the heart of ensuring that major construction projects taking place throughout the UK are delivered. Morson’s experience in building, infrastructure and construction is vast; we have provided some of the best construction jobs in the market for almost 50 years. During this time we have developed our capabilities within the building, construction & infrastructure market to adapt to fast-paced projects on a global scale. As technologies and methods have evolved, so has Morson, and we apply this approach across the board to ensure we remain at the cutting edge of the...

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Site Manager

As a site manager, you are responsible for ensuring that a construction project is completed on time and within budget. Site manager jobs are based at construction sites and site managers are normally brought into a project just before the physical construction work begins to oversee and supervise the direction of the project. From major government infrastructure projects to smaller, more specialist private ventures, there are a whole host of exciting infrastructure projects that require the skills of talented site managers. As the UK’s construction industry continues to expand, we’re seeing a steady increase in...

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