Hours: 37 per week
Contract Type: Fixed
term for 36 months from start of appointment
A rare opportunity to join
an ambitious development of Transport and Regeneration infrastructure projects.
A challenging and varied
role within a small high achieving team focused on delivery of an ambitious
transport and regeneration infrastructure programme. The role will be
responsible for a number of major capital projects with an emphasis on
infrastructure programme delivery. Highway and Regeneration infrastructure
projects are at the core of this high-quality programme and this role is a key
part of that success.
The right person for this
job will not be deterred by the difficulties that delivering infrastructure
faces but rather proactive in finding ways forward. The post holder needs to be
flexible with a positive approach to change, have a keen eye for detail and be
great with budgets, programmes and stakeholders.
You will be an autonomous
manager looking for a new challenge with experience in regeneration,
construction, design and highway programmes.
For further information or an informal discussion please contact Colin Rowland on 01983 821000 ext. 6213.
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