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Senior Civil Engineer/contracts manager

Stirling, UK


Competitive salary


O'neill and Brennan are proud to be working with the largest independently owned construction, infrastructure and support services companies in the UK. 

We are looking for a senior Civil Engineer/Contracts Manager for a new role role based in Stirling 

Covering the entire built environment lifecycle, we operate throughout the UK, with offices across Scotland and the North and Midlands of England.



  • Ensure compliance with the company procedures
  • Ensure project teams prepare and issue factual and accurate reports for the Monthly Regional Board Meetings.
  • Attend monthly CVR Meetings with project teams.
  • Review job costs and instigate investigations, where necessary.
  • Review weekly labour returns for cost/recovery and non-productive payments. Authorise wages and productivity bonus payments together with labour only payments and take immediate action to prevent reoccurrence of errors which cause wasteful utilisation of company resources
  • Promote communication between all departments to continually improve project performance and team relationships between Surveying, Operations and other departments e.g. Buying, Administration, Accounts, Planning, Productivity, Community Development.
  • Ensure all work is executed in accordance with current Health, Safety and Environmental Regulations and that recommendations made by the company safety officer are promptly dealt with.
  • Regularly visit all sites.
  • Instigate Safety Meetings at site and regional level.
  • Ensure that each project is adequately resourced to maintain programme.
  • Ensure that resourced project Programmes are prepared and monitored on a weekly basis. Where required recovery programmes to be prepared and monitored.
  • Improve the Company’s overall performance and image by ensuring all contracts are run effectively to a high quality to meet, or better, target completion dates and produce maximum return to improve the Company’s profitability.
  • Systematically improve the calibre of the Project Management and site staff
  • Attend ad-hoc site meetings, as appropriate, to ensure that the Company is adequately represented and to ensure that proper use is made of company resources. “Trouble-shoot” in appropriate areas as identified by others.
  • Ensure the early attention to maintenance/snagging list to achieve timeous release/reduction of retention monies.
  • Attend Management Meetings and contribute to policy decisions, as appropriate.
  • Assist in securing opportunities for non-traditional business such as negotiated contracts, design & build, partnering and SCAPE Framework opportunities and continually seek new business opportunities and innovation.
  • Assist in monitoring regular Customer feedback on Construction performance to permit assessment of the Company’s strengths and weaknesses.
  • Continually develop relationships with outside consultants and clients.
  • Represent the Company at pre-tender interviews as directed
  • Prepare tender site investigation reports making comment and recommendation on project planning, buildability, staffing, plant, risk and opportunities etc all as directed
  • Attend post-tender interviews as directed.
  • Other duties, as may be reasonably expected of you from time to time by the Construction Board or their appointees.


  • Previous supervisory experience in construction industry is advantageous.
  • Qualified to Degree/HND Civil Engineering preferred.
  • CSCS card scheme to management level (minimum level 3)
  • SMSTS or SSSTS required.
  • Knowledge of various surveying equipment is desirable.
  • CAD Knowledge and knowledge of ground modelling is desirable.
  • Ability to communicate with employees and direct labour.
  • Ability to convey necessary information to Workforce, Sub-contractors and Clients.
  • Ability to build relationships with the Client’s management team.
  • Temporary Works Co-ordinator is desirable.

The working hours for the role will be 38.75 hours per week. 



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