Coburg Banks | Multi-sector UK recruitment agency

Contracts Manager – Principal Contractor

£60000 - £60000 per annum 
Job Type:
Building and Construction 
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This established building organisation seeks a Contracts Manager to work from their Oxford division.

The Role:
The Contracts Manager will oversee and control the management of construction projects from Gloucestershire through to the Thames Valley region of England.

The Contracts Manager will be responsible for projects that will include: private houses, care homes, schools and refurbishment schemes.

These projects will be on behalf of architects,private home owners,councils,care homes, housing associations, property developers and local schools and colleges.

The schemes will generally range in value from £1-3 million

They will manage up to 4 sites at a time and be responsible for the programme management, and health and safety. They will be responsible for the Site Managers on each project and ensuring overall health and safety and contract compliance.

This is a client facing and demanding and busy role from their Oxford office base reporting to the Director of the region.

The Candidate:
The successful applicant must have a proven track record in a similar role as a Contracts Manager managing multiple projects.

The role would suit an experienced Contracts Manager or Project Manager with experience of commercial construction contracts ideally working for a Principal Contractor.

The Company:
Founded 60 years ago they are successful building company constructing schools,houses,care homes and churches. They specialise in new build,refurbishment and restoration projects across England.

If you feel you have the motivation, skills and experience for this role then send your full CV to the link below.

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