Contracts Manager

14 September 20212021-09-14
Cirencester, Gloucestershire
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Contracts Manager (Bespoke Residential)

£55,000 - £65,000 + Benefits



Are you looking for a Contracts Manager position within a bespoke residential developer that specialises in high end residential properties as well as renovating listed buildings?

Does the idea of working for a company that solely works on bespoke residential projects interest you? Would you like to work on projects that are purposely designed for a certain type of clientele that don’t see cost as an issue? Do you want to join a company that prides themselves on what they do?

As a company they work on some very prestigious developments that are specced to the highest quality. These can be either new builds or complete renovations. Specific projects range from Grade II Listed properties to Modern developments. As previously mentioned, they pride themselves on delivering these bespoke projects to a very high standard, it is due to this that has allowed them to gain a reputation for being an exceptional company to work for and for clients to use.

Within this role as a Contracts Manager, you will need experience of overseeing multiple high end developments, this can be either on a bespoke basis, or even small sites consisting of 2-8 units. Projects will be within the Wiltshire and Cotswold region. A clean driving license and valid CSCS & SMSTS is also essential.

This role will be ideal for a Contracts Manager wanting to work on some projects where your focus isn’t how quickly you can build something, its how well you can build it. No 2 projects will ever be the same within this role.


The Role:

  • Contracts Manager from a highend residential background
  • £55,000 - £65,000 + Benefits
  • Based in the Wiltshire/ Cotswold area
  • Working on projects ranging from listed properties to high end modern developments


The Person

  • Residential Contracts Manager
  • Valid driving license, CSCS and SMSTS
  • Wanting to work on some very highend, prestigious developments in Wiltshire and the Cotswold
  • Eye for detail