Due to growth, a well-established engineering and land survey company based in Denny, Scotland, is seeking a Site/Setting Out Engineer to join its team, originally on a six-month contract but with the possibility of a permanent position. Earning £17 - £21 per hour depending on experience working a standard 50 hour week. Immediate start desirable but will wait for the right candidate.
This is a great opportunity for an experienced Setting Out Engineer with a proven track record in a similar role. The successful Site/Setting Out Engineer will possess the following skills and experience:
• Experience of Trimble Robotic Kit is preferred but not essential • Excellent practical site skills in setting out • Engineering degree or equivalent is desirable • Valid CSCS required • Capable of working on your own and with minimal supervision • Excellent communication skills • Able to understand construction drawings and specifications • Self-motivated and able to provide accurate and concise information to the site workforce when requested
If you are interested in the Site/Setting Out Engineer vacancy please send your CV along with a covering letter explaining why you believe you are suitable for the position.
We are currently recruiting on behalf of a leading UK Civil Engineering company, where a fantastic opportunity has arisen for a Sub Agent to work on a long term contract in Fife.
The candidate must have strong commercial as well as engineering expertise. The role is the first in line for project cost controls as well as being responsible for on site management and personnel control.
Responsible for the management of small value construction sites, or assistant to Project Manager on larger value schemes in order to achieve required project delivery to the customers’ objectives, while maintaining standards of health and safety, quality, environmental impact and cost control.
Knowledge and Experience:
- Considerable experience in Civil Engineering. - Working knowledge of contract conditions, CDM regulations, design management, programme & risk management and cost control including forecasting, actual cost and value reporting. - Good knowledge of specifications and testing regime relevant to general civil engineering. - MUST have specific Scottish Power experience and tickets.
- Degree in Civil Engineering / HNC or equivalent in civil engineering as a minimum. - Working towards I Eng AMICE preferred. - CSCS mandatory. - SMSTS mandatory - NEBOSH or IOSH. - Temporary Works Co-ordinator.
- Excellent communication, people and team management skills. - Able to challenge designs and resolve problems to conclusion. - Demonstrate the right behaviours and lead the team to ensure the culture is in line with our company values. - Ability to motivate employees to achieve high standards of compliance.
If you feel you have the skills, drive and ambition to succeed, please send a copy of your CV to them immediately.