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Now Dutton require 2-1 Bricklaying squad for a new build housing site in Ayrshire. All Facing Brick on luxury housing. Long term work available. If interested please contact Now Dutton on (phone number removed) or Please submit your C.V
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Job is based in West Kilbride, It is a housing site. Operating Telescopic Forklift. We have on-going long term work available on this site to the right candidate. Working alongside Bricklayers. If interested please contact Now Dutton Edinburgh on (phone number removed) or please submit your C.V
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Position: Ecological Clerk of Works Based: Site-based in Ayrshire Type: Fixed-term Contract, Full-Time or Part-Time Salary: up to £27.5k pro rata The Position We are looking for an experienced Environmental Clerk of Works (ECoW) to join our Scotland Ecology Team, to work on an exciting infrastructure project. This is a site-based post, on the West Coast of Scotland near Ayr and Glasgow (for a full time position), involving detailed ecological surveys, protected species licencing and reporting. It offers an excellent opportunity for an ambitious ECoW looking for a flexible position with a progressive Employer. We also have other EcoW opportunities, so we would be keen to hear from candidates interested in similar roles elsewhere in Scotland. Key Responsibilities: * Monitoring protected species on site with the ability to recognise when a topic specific expert is required and call upon them to provide support from colleagues within RPS; * Protect the client’s interests by offering timely, appropriate and competent advice to promote high environmental performance on the sites in conformance with all permits and licenses; * Maintaining records of ecological sensitivites, issues requiring action and advice provided, to ensure mitigation and legal requirements are met; and * Monitoring and advising on, pollution prevention measures. Skills/Experience required: * Educated to degree level in a relevant subject or significant on the job experience; * Experience of applying ecological principles to construction projects and working knowledge of surveying and reporting; * Sound understanding of environmental mitigation, water management and other pollution prevention techniques; * Experience of working on Infrastructure or large construction sites, preferably in Scotland; * Competence in survey and mitigation design for protected species; * A comprehensive understanding of SEPA CAR Regulations, relevant guidance and environmental legislation; * Hold a CSCS card and full driving license; and * Strong report writing, presentation and communication skills are essential. What we offer you: We provide a flexible, friendly and creative environment to develop your skills and challenge yourself, to become part of RPS’ highly respected ecology team. With over 10 years expertise providing EcoW support to clients across Scotland, we can give you access to expert support, and a pipeline of further infrastructure projects. We invest in our team to develop peoples’ careers, to innovate and collaborate and promote continuing professional development. Our employees are rewarded with competitive salaries, opportunities to invest and many other benefits including: 24 days holiday + bank holidays, Option to purchase up to 5 extra days per year, Company pension scheme, Group Disability Scheme, Share Incentive Scheme, Life Assurance, Cycle to Work Scheme, Health Screening, Employee Assistance Programme, Professional Memberships. RPS Ecology: At RPS, our Ecology Team work on a variety of projects, from resolving bat issues in individual homes to delivering all ecological surveys for large-scale complex commercial developments including Nationally Significant Infrastructure Projects (NSIP). We undertake all aspects of ecological consultancy and ensure compliance with environmental regulations and statutory requirements. We are a part of a leading global professional services firm that’s 5,600 people strong, and which includes a team of over 200 ecologists worldwide. Working together, we define, design and manage projects that create shared value in a complex, urbanising and resource-scarce world
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We have an excellent opportunity for an experienced Site Manager to join our client on the west coast. Ideally based around Glasgow/North Ayrshire, you should be an experienced Site Manager, with a minimum of 5 years in the role, ideally having progressed from a joinery trade background. You should have significant experience of working on social or private housing projects, and have dealt with housing associations. The client is able to offer a competitive package with long term prospects. Please apply with your CV detailing all your relevant experience
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Our client has landed a large roads contract, the A96. They are in need of one or two engineers to supervise drilling sites in and around the central belt, Ayrshire etc with a view to starting on or around 3 February. This would be for two weeks and possibly longer, depending on how the job progresses
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