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Building Manager

Farnborough

An experienced Building Manager is required by Willmott Dixon Construction. Reporting to the Construction Manager the successful candidate will manage the delivery of projects safely, on time, within budget and to the highest quality. This is an exciting time to join a Times Top 100 Company to work for (4th place) which is continuing to grow. If you are looking for a new opportunity with an organisation that encourages people with a growth mindset to challenge the status quo and effect change then this could be the right role for you.

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Reference numberCON00987

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Construction Manager

Farnborough

Willmott Dixon Construction is looking to recruit an experienced Construction Manager due to the growth of the business, working on various projects. You will be an experienced Construction Manager capable of running and delivering projects of £10mn plus. This is a fantastic opportunity to join one of the Times Top 100 Best Companies to work for (4th place) which is continuing to grow. If you are looking for a new opportunity with an organisation that encourages people with a growth mindset to challenge the status quo and effect change then this could be the right role for you.

Key responsibilities will be to:

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Reference numberCON00989

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National Framework Manager

Nottingham

Willmott Dixon is one of the largest privately owned construction companies operating in the UK. The group has a turnover in excess of £1.2bn and over 2,000 employees, operating out local construction offices (LCOs) based around England and Wales. Our unique selling point is our people. We are passionate about people, with a real focus and drive around continuous development so believe we can offer a career of a lifetime and regularly celebrate our people's long service with awards.

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Reference numberCON00888

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