Site Engineer

Location Stoke
Job-type Contract
Salary £350 - 420 per day
Reference Site Engineer - STK




“A great long term opportunity for an experience Site Engineer with a track record within the roads and highways sector.”


The Role and Responsibilities

As Site Engineer you will play a pivotal part in ensuring the delivery of the project/projects. You be responsible for reading drawings, setting out and managing sub-contractors. Building and maintaining client relationships, working with the site agent and project managers and managing the weekly programme.

The Company

Our client, a large Tier 1 contractor, have secured work on the Minor Works Framework with National Highways. They will be responsible for over 30 schemes covering highways and public realm improvements, drainage, routine bridge and culvert maintenance, and soft and hard landscaping.

The Requirements

The ideal Site Engineer for this position will have experience working within the highways sector on roads and public realm projects for National Highways, but this is not essential as someone with a background in any highways, roads or infrastructure experience with a good understanding of earthworks, retaining walls and civil engineering will also be considered! It is essential you are delivery focused and able to be based on site 5 days a week.

We do require someone that has worked for Tier 1 or Tier 2 contractors, and you must have a valid CSCS and First Aid as a minimum.

How to Apply

If you want to hear more about this Site Engineer contract give Jordan a call on 07583 177437 or email your CV to

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