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Freelance- Assistant Site Manager / Engineer Richmond

Location: Richmond Salary: £180-£240 Per Day

Freelance- Assistant Site Manager / Engineer Richmond

Our client is a growing main contractor undertaking a mixture of new build and refurbishment / cut & carve schemes primarily across London generally within M25 region. Despite being a relatively new organisation (less than 10-years old) they are already turning over close to £100m with a realistic growth target of £140m for the next financial year. Project values range from £10m - £35m (and growing) with larger tenders of £50m+ in the pipeline.

The need now exists for an ambitious Assistant Manager to join the team initially involved on a project in Richmond, SW London. This is a £15m scheme involving the extension to an existing commercial building, followed by internal reconfiguration (including structural works) and full external recladding.

The ideal candidate would have a Degree in Civil Engineering and have between 2-5 years post-graduate experience (less if studying on the job). Applicants should be driven, ambitious and keen to progress their career with a dynamic, rapidly expanding organisation.

Applicant must have at least 2-years on-site experience (unfortunately we cannot offer the role to a graduate without any practical experience) applications are welcomed from candidates coming from any of: Graduate Manager, Junior Site Manager, Assistant Site Manager. Engineer, Assistant Engineer roles.

In return our client is offering a competitive negotiable daily rate which the possibility to go from temp to perm with the company. 

To consistently deliver a recruitment service that's of an exceptional standard and guided by values of performance, trust, transparency and respect.
To work in partnership and thoroughly understand the needs and preferences of both our clients and candidates.
Collaborative, passionate, reliable and adaptable - we do not promise what we cannot deliver.