Site Engineer

Ref: VAC-319841
  • Salary: £45,000 + Car/Allowance + bonus
  • Region: Cheshire
  • Industry:
  • Employment Type: Permanent


Job Description

Site Engineer
New Build Housing
Warrington Area
£35-45k base + Car/Allowance + bonus + Bens

We’re presently undertaking a search for an experienced Site Engineer to join a nationally recognised housing developer. The company are NHBC multi-award winning and have an enviable reputation for their high standards of build quality.

Owing to a marked increase in projects, the company are looking to recruit an experienced Site Engineer to join their growing engineering division, which is based out of their Warrington office.

Reporting to the Engineering Manager, you will be required to undertake the full scope of Site Engineering duties on new build housing developments. You will play a key role in developments from initial groundworks phase, through to adoptions and handover.

To qualify for this opportunity, the company are looking for an experienced Site Engineer has a proven track record of undertaking Engineering duties within the New Build Housing industry. You will also have experience of drawing management and have great communication skills.

(Given the urgency around this role, the company cannot cross train, so applicants who do not have this experience will unfortunately not be considered)

In return for this, the company offer a fantastic opportunity to join market leading housing developer that has a firm commitment to the training and development of its employees. This is reflected in their low levels of staff turnover.

The role also comes with a performance related bonus, coupled with a car or allowance and substantial benefits package.

If you’re an experienced Site Engineer looking to ‘set out’ clear routes for your career progression, then this is your ideal role!

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