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Contracts Manager
 
Title: Contracts Manager
Category: Construction
Job type: Permanent
Job status: Full Time
Salary: £60,000.00
Salary per: annum
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Description:
The Client

Our client is committed to ensuring that the high specification new build homes it creates are innovative, elegant and affordable. They are currently seeking a Contracts Manager to join their team in Norwich. Salary would be up to £60k plus package.

Responsibilities:

- Managing a team of Tradesman, supervising and monitoring their work

- Programming works

- Ensuring works are being carried out to programme and within budget

- Monitoring health and safety

- Liaising with tenants and resolving any issues that may arise

- Supervising subcontractors' quality of work

- Promote and enhance the company image

- Attend weekly staff meetings

Qualifications & Experience:

- Previous Contracts Management experience in a residential building environment is essential

- SMSTS, CSCS & First Aid qualifications are ideal

- A degree/HNC in a related subject would be advantageous

What to do next:

If you are looking for a new opportunity and this role is of interest, apply via the link below and we look forward to discussing the role in more detail with you.

If this role is not for you but you are interested in hearing of different opportunities, we'd still be keen to hear from you, so please get in touch on the number provided.

Please note, all applications are held in the strictest confidence.
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