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UCA Consulting Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear, UK
Apr 07, 2021
Full time
Roofing Contracts Manager Newcastle Competitive salary Dependant on Experience Our client is a family run roofing business and have been involved in some of the most high-profile roofing projects in the North including Newcastle Racecourse, Newcastle University, Northumbria Water, Lindisfarne Care Homes and the County & Vermont Hotels based in Newcastle City centre, not to mention George Stephenson’s & All Saints. The business is built on strong standards, responsibility and respect, and the team have over 20 years’ experience within the trade and have a great reputation locally and our customers always know to expect a high level of workmanship and professionalism. Roofing Contracts Manager Role: To be part of a busy Contracts Management team reporting to the Head of Contracts. To plan and manage multiple refurbishment projects, leading teams of Site Managers and multi-disciplined tradespeople. Responsibilities: Ensure the delivery of the project within the budget and timescales specified Focus on the motivation of the workforce to deliver on time and to budget Focus on quality, customer service and delivery Client and tenant customer liaison Process management Financial management Contractual management Setting the highest possible standards of leadership in promotion of HSE procedures and compliance and legal obligation. Desired Skills / Experience: Excellent leadership skills Ability to work under your own initiative as well as part of a team Excellent verbal and written communication skills Ability to build teams and relationship within the company and externally with clients Experience in programming the works, briefing project teams, contractors and suppliers Strong attention to detail Experience of writing risk assessments and method statements. Strong commercial awareness Problem-solving skill Knowledge of construction methods and regulations would be advantageous tiling/slating experience Role Requirements SMSTS CSCS Card
UCA Consulting Doncaster , South Yorkshire
Nov 30, 2020
Full time
Site Supervisor / No2 Doncaster £32k to £38k per annum Are you a site supervisor looking for a new challenge? Do you want to work for a bespoke house builder on private developments? Do you want career progression with the option to manage your own projects? The Role Housing Site Supervisor/working foreman on traditional new build properties Typical developments are small bespoke projects typically 10-20 units Day to day management of the site Carry out site induction, overseeing health and safety on site Hands-on role including taking deliveries and carrying out trade duties Manage sub-contractors both labour-only and labour and materials Option to be permanently employed from day one or on a temp to perm basis to suit Requirements Previous experience as a supervisor / NO2 housing Site Manager preferably working on bespoke projects Trade background preferably joiner or bricklaying SMSTS / SSSTS, First Aid, and CSCS card Salary and Benefits Basic salary circa £32-£38k per annum Opportunity to progress to become a Site Manager Long term stability working for a small reputable contractor The company Over 40 years of trading history Reputable contractor
UCA Consulting Winchester , Hampshire
Nov 30, 2020
Full time
A leading, chartered, Quantity Surveying practice are looking to take on an articulate Senior Quantity Surveyor with good pre and post contract knowledge as they look to expand their sociable, Hampshire office. The successful Senior Quantity Surveyor will work as part of a team of 10+ on a mixture of Education, Healthcare, Residential, and Commercial projects across the Hampshire, West Sussex, and the South. The Senior Quantity Surveyors Role The successful Senior Quantity Surveyor will begin by working alongside an Associate Quantity Surveyor on a number of residential, education, and healthcare schemes. As you settle into the role, you will then take on your own projects, carrying out pre and post contract duties independently. The Senior Quantity Surveyor Degree qualified and ideally MRICS 5+ years Quantity Surveying experience Background within a consultancy/private practice environment Good communication skills Excellent and post contract knowledge In Return? £50,000 - £60,000 Annual leave Pension scheme Professional training programme RICS membership costs Extensive APC support Travel expenses Healthcare Social events Career development plan National opportunities
UCA Consulting Colchester , Essex
Nov 27, 2020
Full time
The Role: Building Services Manager (Senior M&E Manager) £100m Student Accommodation Project My client have secured a major new build student accommodation project in Colchester, Essex. This is a flagship £100m scheme in East Anglia, providing over 1000 units across 5 blocks. They are looking to appoint a Building Services Managerto be based on site. The position will report directly to the Project Director and company wide Head of Building Services. The primary remit of the role is managing the MEP packages on the project which total in excess of £25m. You will have responsibility for managing the full install from start on site through handover. You will be part of a collaborative team, liaising with construction and design colleagues. Candidates will need to have relevant experience as a Building Services Manager or Senior M&E Manager with a main contractor or major subcontractor on sizeable projects of a similar scope and scale. Candidates with both mechanical and electrical experience will be ideal, however a mechanical bias will also suit, as there is a strong electrical manager within the team who will report to you. A degree or similar qualification if preferred as are candidates who are working towards chartered status. They are offering a very competitive salary + a generous benefits package. They company have an excellent reputation for investing in their staff and have a proven track record of promoting on merit.
UCA Consulting Bristol , Avon
Nov 27, 2020
Full time
The successful Planner will have the opportunity to take on their own caseload of projects as well as assisting the Director on major schemes. Key Duties -Research -Planning appraisals -Preparing and submitting planning applications -S106 negotiations -Preparing Representations -Strategic site promotion and five-year land supply -Co-ordinating external teams where required -Maintaining client relationships Job requirements -RTPI accredited Planning degree or similar -MRTPI -3-5 years planning experience (public or private however private sector experience is preferred) -Confident communicator -Project management experience -Good working knowledge and breadth of experience of local, regional and national planning legislation. Benefits -Competitive starting salary (Negotiable depending on experience) -Join a supportive and respected consultancy in the region -Varied and exciting project profile -A clear ladder of progression
UCA Consulting Warwick , Warwickshire
Nov 26, 2020
Full time
Mechanical Project Engineer Warwickshire 4 Month Contract £275 - £325 p/day IR35 Status: In scope The Background I am recruiting for a Mechanical Project Engineer to join one of the UK's leading International Infrastructure groups on a contract basis to work on a healthcare project. You… To be a successful Mechanical Project Engineer you will have: Previous experience in a similar MEP / building services role (Mechanically biased) In depth understanding of Mechanical systems and experience managing MEP subcontracts and subcontractors A degree or equivalent within construction or engineering management or another relevant subject Healthcare project experience would be highly advantageous The Role As a Mechanical Project Engineer you will: Lead the delivery of a mechanical package of works whilst coordinating with the other trades and the rest of the project delivery team Ensure all works are consistently delivered to the expected plan, budget, safety and quality standards Oversee the works and ensure that plant, labour, access and materials are planned and organised with the relevant stakeholders
UCA Consulting London
Nov 26, 2020
Full time
Why join us? * Key workers status due to the critical work that we undertake to maintain the prison estate. The GFSL work environment offers variety, a positive team culture with opportunities to develop your skills and experience. In addition to stability and job security, if you are successful, you will be offered a competitive salary along with 25 days holiday (plus bank holidays) and entry into our pension scheme from day one. We also offer health and well-being benefits including our Employee Assistance Programme. We are seeking a Senior Facilities Site Manager to assume responsibility for: Managing excellent relationships with our site managers, stakeholders and suppliers. Line managing and support Site Managers to ensure that they are appropriately equipped to deliver effectively. Ensuring that the operational aspects of his/her area are delivered in accordance with the SLA. Developing and implementing performance strategies and improvement plans. Ensuring compliance with all statutory, Health & Safety, security and relevant company and stakeholder policies. Managing the people resources effectively and efficiently to deliver the service. Ensuring control of spending and manage budgets through effective financial management. Leading, recruiting, developing and retaining staff to deliver services in the most efficient and effective manner. Working closely with the Cluster Manager and all central support functions to coordinate and channel business requirements. Playing a full part, as a member of the GFSL Region You must be able to demonstrate the following Qualifications and Experience: At least 2 years+ management experience, including the management of first line managers. Considerable experience within the facilities management sector and technical service delivery. Must be experienced in Total Facilities Management. Technically competent understanding of building systems and plant. Exceptional stakeholder relationship management skills. Change management and the ability to effectively drive change. Knowledge of relevant health and safety requirements such as IOSH / NEBOSH certified. Previous knowledge of working in the Prison / Secure Environment / Military / Health Sector is desirable.
UCA Consulting London, South East England
Nov 25, 2020
Full time
Purpose of job Forming a key role in the Project Management and Engineering team the Project Manager will working with the Project Director to manage a team of internal stakeholders and external consultants to successfully deliver large scale mixed use urban regeneration developments from their inception through to completion. Principle accountabilities Assist in the management of projects through defined development milestones Assist in managing external teams through the feasibility, site assembly, planning, pre-letting, funding, development, delivery, marketing, sales, leasing and hand over processes Assist with feasibility appraisals and various financial analysis to identify viable development proposals Assist with the appointment and management of the various project consultants to design viable development proposals that meet the constraints of the site Assist in establishing and managing the programme strategy for the development Assist in establishing and managing the procurement strategy for the development to ensure compliance with the development brief Assist in establishing and managing internal stakeholder liaison and approvals through the staged gateway process Assist in establishing and managing project budgets and Development expenditure Assist in the management, selection, appointment and relationship management of the various project consultants, contractors and suppliers Assist in managing delivery of the project to ensure completion to agreed quality standards within approved budget and programme Assist in managing the delivery of the project to ensure completion to agreed quality standards within approved budget and programme Assist in the production of project reporting on a timely basis Assist in risk and opportunity management exercises to maximise project returns Assist in the management of timely budgeting and resource planning to ensure efficient and effective management of the project Assist in the management and control design changes using the approved change control process Assist in managing preparation for and enable the successful hand over of the project to the asset & estate management teams at completion Assist in identifying and evaluating asset management and value creation initiatives Assist in the managing the production of stage gateway lessons learnt and exit reports throughout the project
UCA Consulting Atherstone, Warwickshire
Nov 25, 2020
Full time
Role: National Acquisitions Manager Salary: £53,485 rising to £77,870 Contract: 24 Month Fixed Term Contract Duties & Responsibilities: • Determines the holiday dates for National Property Assistants under their direct report. • Engages with the Regional Property Departments in order to negotiate site purchases, sales and rental agreements. • Engages with the Regional Property Departments in order to determine site layouts. • Engages with the Regional Property Departments in order to determine the appointment of the professional team. • Authorises the payment of invoices up to the limit determined. • Determines repairs and architectural changes as well as other work to be carried out on the buildings and the external areas, in line with BIW and Regional requirements. • Assists with the practical completion of group store acquisitions. • Recommends the purchase of assets, over the limit determined, to the National Property Director (Acquisitions). • Participates in National and Specialist Committees as required to establish best practice and business consistency. • Is responsible for identifying and recommending sites to the National Property Director (Acquisitions). • Obtains planning permissions. • Is responsible for safe and cost effective construction of new store acquisitions/extensions. • Is responsible for implementing all Health & Safety and Due Diligence measures in their area of responsibility. • Ensures the registration of land purchases. • Is responsible for correct AIS data in their area of responsibility. • Works in accordance with the company GB & IE Code of Conduct. • Ensure the Company’s vehicle is maintained in accordance with the specified standard. Skills & Qualifications: Essential: • RICS Accredited degree/degree in Real Estate/Estate Management • Minimum 2:1 degree required • Experience of a fast-paced national/regional property environment. • Knowledge of the national retail property environment • Knowledge of running complex development appraisals • Ability to manage a number of varying projects in several locations Desirable: • MRICS qualified surveyor • Previous experience within food retail property department Location Planning
UCA Consulting North West England , England
Nov 24, 2020
Full time
Brief Overview This is a fantastic opportunity for an experienced Contracts Manager to join leading flat roofing sub-contractor based in the north west. P ackage  £42k to £45k plus car allowance. About our Client My client and a specialist flat roofing sub-contractor working on some of the largest flat roofing projects across the UK. Their projects consist of single ply, hot melt, liquid applied and felt roofing systems. Now they are looking to bring on an experienced Contracts Manager to join their operations team. About the Role   To organise and control directly employed and sub-contract labour. To approve Time Sheets and sub-contract labour invoices. To programme works to suit agreed programme. To ensure that materials are ordered and deliveries meet programme requirements. To prepare risk assessments, method statements, quality plans etc. To ensure that the works are carried out safely and in accordance with Company requirements. Record variations and advise surveyor. Ensure works are installed as per approved working drawings and specification. Record compliance with Part L details as applicable.  Liaise with Company employed subcontractors and ensure work meets our requirements. Maintain a good working relationship with both our operatives and the Main Contractor/Client. To organise plant, craneage etc to meet programme and cost plan. Attend site meetings as required.  About the Candidate            Previously held a Contracts Manager position for at least 4 years Must come from a flat roofing background Excellent verbal and communication skills Have relevant tickets Points of Appeal  Freedom within the role with a route to higher management Interesting Projects A company with a full order book  
UCA Consulting Cardiff , South Glamorgan
Nov 24, 2020
Full time
Role Requirements *Provide oversight and guidance on a building reconfiguration on a hybrid build *Oversee the development of a small campus *Oversee the work of the sub-contractors assigned, ensuring that processes are maintained in line with organisational requirements *Ensure the build and associated schedules follow industry best practice *Provide regular updates to Senior Management and continually liaise with all key stakeholders *Organise logistics, delegate work and track spend Skills & Experience Required *In-depth knowledge of current Building Regulations *Proven and demonstrable experience of successfully delivering high-profile construction projects *Knowledge of Health & Safety in Construction *Experience working with QS & Pricing/Tendering *Background or qualifications in associated field e.g. Building Engineering, Civil Engineering, Construction Management, Construction Engineering) *Strong stakeholder management and engagement skills *Ability to manage teams of sub-contractors
UCA Consulting Surrey
Nov 23, 2020
Full time
My client are a successful carpentry and joinery company that have grown from strength to strength, forging relationships and gaining contracts within the residential and commercial markets, working on both new build, refurbishment and fit-out projects As part of that growth, we are currently looking to recruit an SQS/Commercial Manager to work within our friendly team on multiple projects within commercial, residential, new build and refurbishments with values up to £15m. You will ideally have: BSc or HND (or equivalent) in Quantity Surveying Experience of working in the carpentry and joinery sector Minimum of 5 years surveying experience Excellent communication skills, both verbally and written, with the ability to alter style and manner to suit audience High level of integrity and drive for excellence Strong business and financial acumen with analytical skills Team player with ability to interact with Clients and colleagues at all levels. You will be responsible for: Prepare take-offs/estimate carpentry tenders in line with bespoke written scope of works Undertake contract negotiations during the tender process and convert to orders Negotiate and procure materials for each project Provide commercial support throughout the project Identify, analyse and develop responses to commercial risks Attend client meetings as required Run multiple projects