Scheduling Manager - Utilities - Somerset - £35k

Posted 20 September by CV Screen
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Scheduling Manager – Utilities 
Somerset
Salary of up to £35,000 + Benefits

Are you an experienced scheduling professional looking for your next challenging role in the construction or civil engineering sectors?  Or are you currently a resource planner or operations manager, who is looking for a move into role focusing on scheduling? If so, CV Screen have the role for you!

Role Overview
An experienced Scheduling Manager, with excellent team and resource management skills, strong maths skills (for material ordering etc) and knowledge of the utilities sector, is required by a leading civil engineering company in Shepton Mallett.  A salary of up to £35,000 plus great training and career progression is offered.

As the Scheduling Manager, you will take overall responsibility for the day to day management of the business activities.  This will include scheduling and resource and demand planning, team management, material and stock ordering.

Essential skills
The Scheduling Manager will ideally have the following skills / experience:
- Extensive team management and development experience
- Previous scheduling and demand planning experience
- Strong Maths skills
- Experience within the utilities or civil engineering sectors would be great.

Salary
Basic salary to £35,000 plus benefits

Location
Shepton Mallett

To Apply
Please email your CV to Graham at CV Screen in strict confidence or call Graham on for more details.
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