Founded in 1968 Griffiths are one of the leading civil engineering and construction organisations working in Wales, the English border counties, and the West of England.
We are very proud of our history and what makes us the company we are today.
We have a fantastic opportunity for a Site Manager to be based at our site in Bristol
Due to the nature of the role, we are open to applications from candidates who live in; or can commute from some of the following areas: Bath, Gloucester, Cheltenham, Tewkesbury, Worcester, Stroud, Stonehouse, Cirencester, Salisbury, Bath, Chippenham and the surrounding areas.
The role of Site Manager is a role you will be required to work Monday – Friday but with flexibility should a business need arise.
As part of a global business in CRH and a Business Unit of Tarmac PLC, the career opportunities are limitless.
We also have huge ambitions for the future and want to continue our growth and innovation to remain at the leading edge of our industry.
The Site Manager will work within the civil engineering team. We are looking to hear from candidates who have worked in a similar industry and have previous experience of working on Civil Engineering projects. You may have worked under such titles as a Site Agent, a Construction Manager or Building Manager to name a few.
On a day to day basis, the successful Site Manager’s responsibilities will include (not exhaustive) the following:
The successful applicant in the role of Site Manager will have an Engineering background with experience of Highways/Road Construction projects.
We are looking to hear from candidates who are in receipt of the following:
Griffiths, a CRH company, is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to creating an inclusive work environment for all employees and actively encourage applications from all sectors of the community.Apply Job applications are processed by our parent company, Tarmac. Clicking apply will take you to their website, but don't worry - your application will be sent through to the careers team at Alun Griffiths