£60000

Planner (Residential projects)

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Ad Details

  • Added: October 22, 2018

  • Sale Price: £60000

  • Location: England - South East

  • Phone: 0203 887 1893

Description

Planner – Surrey & Home Counties
We are currently seeking a Planner, based or willing to relocate to the Surrey area. This position will be based at the company’s regional office, near Guildford. You’ll be responsible for monitoring & assisting project teams on site in the region, prepared to travel from Hampshire, up and around to Milton Keynes, and out to Oxford. You’ll need to be prepared to travel.
We are looking for a person with at least 5+ years working as a Planner for a main contractor, housing developer or property developer. Experience of being the main planner on projects with a value of £20m or higher. Experience of multi deck concrete framed buildings (buildings of 8 storeys or more).
Effective communication skills and solid experience on large scale Residential projects. You’ll have knowledge of a variety of performance measurement techniques, such as Critical Path Analysis, Earned Value Analysis and use of Key Performance Indicators.
Expert user of ASTA Powerproject software and knowledge of Syncro software would be an advantage.
This company has a strong order book, and will give you excellent opportunities for career development and recognised progression potential.
Remuneration
Circa £60-70k package as guideline. A flexible benefits scheme that includes Bupa (personal, with ability to add family members), health insurance, life insurance, car/ car allowance (£6k), pension (6% matched), 26 days holiday, mobile phone, laptop and all travel expenses and accommodation paid where needed.
To Apply
Call Bill Wynn on 07342-334819 or email: bill@constructionfuturesuk.com

Apply now for further details and immediate consideration. Construction Futures are an equality and diversity recruitment agent and employer. Services advertised by Construction Futures are that of an Employment Agency/Business.

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