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Full Time, Permanent

Ref: 4483

Geotechnical Contracts Manager

A nationwide Ground Engineering company are currently seeking an experienced Geotechnical Contracts Manager to join their busy team in and out of our offices in Newark and Newcastle, and on construction sites throughout the United Kingdom providing specialist geotechnical solutions to our customers.

Salary: Dependant on experience and qualifications.
Company benefits: Pension, Healthcare, Life Insurance Scheme and a Fully Expensed Company Car.


  • To coordinate and control individual contracts from contract award to satisfactory resolution of final accounts.
  • To promote the company positively to customers.
  • Ensuring that all work is completed to the required technical standard.
  • Liaison and coordination of the contract requirements of the company’s customers.
  • Organise all plant, equipment, materials and necessary resources to site to meet the contract requirements.
  • Control labour under your supervision.
  • Control and monitor any sub-contractors under your supervision.
  • Ensure that all information required for the company systems and customers is completed in writing in a timely and professional manner, including conformance and application for payment.
  • To ensure that the design of geotechnical solutions on site is in accordance with company practice and to ensure installation on site is in accordance with the design.
  • To ensure sufficient information is provided to sub-contractors for them to carry out their duties effectively and safely.
  • Attend regular project/production/resourcing meetings to provide site reports and forward planning.
  • Ensure that all works and duties are carried out safely in accordance with the Company Integrated Management systems.

The Person:

Qualifications and Experience

  • Full clean UK Driving Licence
  • CSCS Card – essential
  • SMSTS or equivalent
  • 5 Years minimum Contract and Site management experience
  • Civil Engineer / Construction Management Degree
  • Appointed person / lift supervisor for crane operations



  • Organised and have a good eye for detail.
  • Possess excellent communication skills.
  • Be calm, logical and flexible
  • Willing to travel to sites across the UK, often staying away from home in the evening.
  • Ensure that all operations on site are carried out safely and in accordance with method statements.
  • Be able to correspond with the client/clients representatives and their design team, sometimes at a very high level, in a professional manner.

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