General Foreman - Tunnelling Projects - Various Locations - £300-350 per shift - Long Term Freelance
About the Client
Specialists in all forms of tunnelling works and shaft sinking projects to main contractors, utility providers, water and wastewater industries. Their expert knowledge and track record of delivering demanding high quality works, gives them the confidence to provide complete satisfaction to clients. Their experience stems from delivering some of the UK's most complex infrastructure projects. They are one of the UK's leading tunnelling contractors and building on their core foundations of Civil Engineering and Shaft Sinking, their expertise have grown to include Hand Tunnelling, TBM Tunnelling, Pipe Jacking, Auger Boring, HDD, Microtunnelling - delivering global client satisfaction for the private and public sector, both across the UK and globally.
About the Role
You will join as a General Foreman and take on management responsibilities on high value infrastructure projects across the UK. You will have experience in overseeing various works including micro tunnelling, SCL, TBM's, shaft work, deep excavations, and will have 10yrs experience in a similar role. You will have a strong record in Health & Safety and be able to demonstrate strong man management skills. You must be meticulous with site paperwork and be able to report in to a Site or Project Manager on a daily basis.
What you Need to Succeed
10yrs experience in a similar role
CSCS Black or Gold Card
SMSTS or SSSTS
What you'll get in return
This is an opportunity to join one of the UK's leading contractors in their field, who have an international presence. You will be paid a good rate with overtime and weekend uplift and will be offered a long term freelance contract.
- General Foreman - Tunnelling - Deep Excavation - Micro Tunnelling - SCL - Shaft Work
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