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Mechanical Site Manager

DW/HQ00027986
£ 35000.00 - £ 40000.00 per annum

Consultant

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David Sleeman

Divisional Manager

David on the recruitment industry:

Recruitment has changed massively over my time in the industry; having both worked in-house with large multinational companies to recruitment agencies operating within niche markets. Technology has enhanced the capability of the recruiter to new levels, which ultimately assists companies with their recruitment needs. How this will evolve over the next 10 years will be interesting to monitor.

Candidates and client should speak to me about:

I am always keen to speak to clients from the Facilities Management / construction arena.

Running the Corporate Solutions division focuses on providing solutions to client and candidates alike.

Our Executive Search capability within this space allows me to speak to a wide and varied audience. 

You should speak to me because:

  • I have over 25 years of recruitment experience
  • Can provide expert advice across all recruitment disciplines
  • Will provide an honest and no-nonsense approach to recruitment
  • Can share an excellent knowledge and experience in how to deliver RPO solutions.

Interesting fact about me:

I enjoy sea fishing.

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My client is a building services Contractor and they are expanding their business. 

They require a Mechanical Site Manager to work at the University of Reading on a 4M Fit out project.

You will come from a Mechanical background either with Site management experience or an individual who is looking to come off the tools to progress into a management role.    
     
This is a permanent position with career progression.

SMSTS desired but not essential.
CSCS is essential
Driving Licence with Transport
Salary will be in the range of 35k/40k + Package inc a 5k car allowance.    
     
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