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Construction Manager - Tunnelling / Norway

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Added:06-Dec-18
Location:Norway
Salary:£5000.00 - £8000.00 per month
Duration:Freelance/Contract
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A large project in Norway requires a experienced tunnelling specialist as a Construction Manager to support in the management of a large contract in Norway. The contract is a newly awarded scheme for drill & blast tunnelling with a Norwegian Local authority and will include the full cycle from excavation through to completion. This is a role working with the contractor and closely with a major national client to deliver the highway tunnel, as such Norwegian language is essential.

They are seeking a well rounded Site specialist who is able to oversee the construction, shift management, budgets and operational management of the project reporting into the project manager.

The role will be focused on the delivery of a multi million NOK contract and will be a key long term role for the company. The position will allow for the forming of a large site team, the development of the brand and new projects in the region, and the delivery of major projects within tunnelling & underground structures.

The Construction manager will be responsible for the following:
-Technical leadership within underground related excavation (tunnels & stations)
-Implementing quality standards
-Budget management and procurement
-Building and recruiting a large team
-Liaising with design teams
-Overseeing sub-contractors

An ideal candidate for this position will have the following:
-Degree or equivalent in mining or civil engineering.
-Ideally fluent in NORWEGIAN (Swedish could be considered)
-Previous experience in roles such as; Project Manager, Construction manager, Shift manager.
-Experience with underground excavation, stations, caverns, drill & blast, conventional tunnelling, concrete and major underground civil projects will be essential

Candidates must be willing to relocate to Norway on a full time basis as a permanent employee. There will be travel provided and packages are negotiable up to a very competitive level, however these will be focused on long term staff and not offering accommodation.

For a confidential discussion and more information please contact me and send an up to date copy of your CV along with contact details, your salary requirements and your notice period.


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