Smaller can be better. The microchip, Frankie Detorri, and Leicester City FC in 2016 are all testament to this maxim. In the world of construction consultancies; smaller can mean you get to take on more responsibility, bigger projects, and greater opportunities to make a real impact. Join this small CDM team and you’ll also get to work on some fantastic high-value projects…
Your New Role
The CDM team is punching above its weight. Led by a new leadership team of Principal Designers who have previously worked for large consultancies, they are driven by an ambition to provide service excellence. With a great reputation and established client relationships, they have secured a wide variety of projects spanning the private, public and energy sectors. This diversity extends to project values with current schemes ranging from £100k to £100million.
It’s an environment set up to enhance your career. Working alongside experienced colleagues, you’ll be supported towards gaining further qualifications and professional accreditation.
The benefits here go well beyond your career development. You’ll also receive a fantastic welfare package including a generous and extendable annual leave scheme, pension, healthcare, professional fees, childcare vouchers, flexible working, season ticket loan, team/social and sports events and much more.
To join this team, a technical and demonstrable understanding of CDM 2015 compliance is required. This means you’ll be able to read drawings, collate PCI’s, and review Construction Phase Plans. You’ll know how to complete and process F10’s, and you’ll be great at liaising with clients and design teams. As a minimum, you’ll hold a NEBOSH Construction Certificate (or equivalent Health & Safety qualification. A design-based degree; will place you in pole position.
If that sounds like you, then here you can be yourself and make a big impact.
You don’t need to be in a big team to achieve great things - just ask a Leicester City fan.
Apply today; all qualifying applications will receive a personal response.