Site Manager Jobs in Building, Construction and Infrastructure near Livingston

Found 2 jobs
    • Bolton, Greater Manchester
    • £35000 - £38000 per annum
    • Morson International
    • Posted 3 days ago

    Morson International are recruiting for a Site Supervisor working for a Civils and Highways client, based out of Bolton on a permanent basis. Responsibilities: Liaise with client's representatives on site. ­Liaise with sub-contractors including programming works. ­Work with Contract Manager and Business Manager to plan and programme contract wor...

    • Callander, Stirling
    • £24 - £26 per hour
    • Careers at Morson
    • Posted 7 days ago

    Immediate start available for an Engineer with a confined spaces ticket. Must have experience within groundworks, ideally with tunnels and/or bridge repair. 3 month contract for the right person along with the chance to work for a reputable and well established contractor. Must have: SMSTS DOMS (preferred) Confined Space ticket Please contact Ja...


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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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