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At Erith, employees come first. From creating a welcoming workplace to providing our people with the tools to shine, our culture nurtures innovation.
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Training and development are key to continuous improvement. We invest in our people and provide opportunities for study and career progression.
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Experienced HGV Drivers
Ebbsfleet, Kent

Erith Haulage always welcomes applications from professionally minded and experienced HGV drivers of all categories. Based at our Operations Centre in Ebbsfleet, Kent, Erith operate a variety of HGV vehicles including Tippers, Roll on-offs,  and Grabs. You must hold the relevant qualifications including:

  • Valid Driving Licence for vehicle type
  • Valid DQC card (Driver CPC)
  • Valid Driver Tachograph Digicard.
  • Relevant competency card E.G. HIAB crane (if applicable)

All HGV Driver’s responsibilities will include:

  • Undertaking designated work safely, legally and with consideration.
  • Ensuring roadworthiness and security of vehicle at all times
  • Maintaining appropriate legal records (Tacho and WTD)
  • Adhering to company procedures whilst working tidily and professionally
  • Flexibility in working hours and attitude
  • Alternate Sat working is required on most vehicles

 Applications especially welcome from HGV Drivers with over 2 years relevant experience.

Please send applications including details of job history / CV to

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Site Administrator
Barry, Cardiff

We have an exciting opportunity for a Site Administrator to join our team at Aberthaw Power Station in Barry, Cardiff.

The primary role of the Site Administrator is to work as part of the project team being responsible for the control of documentation on a day to day basis.

Duties will include but not be limited to:

  • Assisting the site management team
  • Checking and responding to emails as required on Outlook
  • Filing of site documents
  • Uploading of site documents onto our online portal
  • Use of our online order system (Coins) to place orders and approve invoices
  • Completing timesheets every Monday morning
  • Updating office signage as and when required
  • Keeping the Training Matrix up to date for all staff on site and book training as and when required.
  • Logging all waste and import notes on site
  • Updating and maintaining records of sickness and holiday requests
  • Overall office management and support

To apply for this role it is also imperative that you are IT literate. You must be able to demonstrate a proven track record in business administration, providing examples of your ability to multi-task, organise and prioritise workload.

This is a part time role with around 18 – 24 hours per week to be worked. Working hours and days can be agreed once successful.

To apply, please send your CV and covering letter to

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CPCS Machine Operator

We are currently looking for experienced personnel to join our plant division. These requirements are immediate and the role would be permanent for the right candidate.

The vacancies include the following:

· CPCS Machine Operator – experience within the demolition and civils sector essential

To apply for the vacancy in question, please email your CV to Shaun Bean –

All applications will be treated in strictest confidence.

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Business Development Coordinator/Bid Writer
Erith, Kent

Bid Writer/Business Development Coordinator to support our Bid Team. The role will be based in Erith and involve the production of tender/PQQ proposals in order to develop our existing client base.

This position is immediate and the role would be permanent for the right candidate.

Responsibilities for this role will include the following:

  • Responsible for the timely planning, management and completion of the allocated sections of PQQ and tender submissions
  • Planning, writing and coordinating responses to bids and tenders
  • Compiling, updating and maintaining a library of company standard tender documentation and model answers
  • Build internal and external relationships with individuals associated with the bid process in order to create quality bids
  • Develop a creative approach to the writing and presentation of bids
  • Reviewing all bid submissions for quality and accuracy
  • Maintain a high level of market intelligence and best practice in order to create winning bids
  • Identifying opportunities to enhance and improve the process, whilst sharing best practice with the team
  • Have a clear understanding and interpretation of the questions within the PQQ and tender documents
  • Be able to construct relevant answers which clearly answer the clients question and portray the company in the best possible light
  • Ensure accuracy and up to date information is placed in all tender and PQQ documents
  • Ensure the quality of the response meets the company standards
  • Undertake research for the team to improve bid content
  • Create/assist with PowerPoint presentations
  • Provide administrative support (office and bid writing team) as required
  • Construct flow/organisation charts to support bid proposals
  • Develop business CV’s of project team tailored to suit prospective projects
  • Maintain up to date case studies of recent projects
  • Assist the business development team to ensure our website is current and accurate

To be considered for this role, applicants will need to provide a close match to following criteria:

  • High level of interpersonal skills
  • Excellent attention to detail
  • High accuracy of data input
  • Planning and excellent time management due to working to tight deadlines
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Track record of bid writing
  • Proven written communication and presentation skills
  • Construction experience preferred but not essential
  • IT Literate in:
    • Microsoft Word, Powerpoint, Excel and Outlook
    • Adobe Creative Suite

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Site Office Manager
North West England

We are looking for site office manager for our upcoming projects in the North West – starting with Bootle, Liverpool.

You will support the site management team with the following activities:

Administrative tasks: performing administrative tasks, including data entry, paperwork and ensuring the required materials are delivered to the worksite. Typically dealing with logistical and clerical tasks on complex projects.

Document control/co-ordination: monitoring the project from start to finish, ensuring that necessary documents are prepared during each stage and that work adheres to regulations.

Office management: as a site administrator, you will be responsible for overall office management including ordering supplies, updating and maintaining records and site registers, writing reports, managing interface with contractors and project teams.

Ensuring compliance with safety requirements: supervision of adherence to all applicable regulations and guidelines. Ensuring workers have protective equipment to avoid injuries and that the construction site is sealed off to avoid endangering the public.

Previous experience is preferred.

Proficiency in Word, Excel and PowerPoint is essential.

To apply, please send your CV and covering letter to


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Infrastructure and Earthworks Contracts Manager - Reference EWI2806223
Home counties, and the South East

An opportunity has arisen for a Contracts Manager with a minimum of five years’ experience to join our expanding Earthworks and Infrastructure Division. Reporting to the Operations Director, you will have worked in similar roles and take responsibility for chairing client meetings with full regular full client liaison, cost control and budget monitoring, risk monitoring, DTMs, project meetings and health and safety. Oversee all coordination of the works, managing the teams and client facing lead.

You will have full day to day responsibility for multiple sites’ operations and take full responsibility of the programme from weekly dropline reviews and forecast looking ahead of any areas that are approaching the critical Path, unblocking design restraints and commercial blockers, factoring in long lead items by ordering in advance by way of procurement schedule management.

You will ensure that site operations and the effective delivery methodology of our Integrated Management System are being managed correctly by Project and Site Managers, Engineers and Subcontractors.

You will be accountable and motivate, encourage and drive the team to success, aiding where possible. You will lead by example.

To start a discussion about this exciting opportunity, click the Apply Button now and send us your CV and covering letter, quoting the reference above.

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Infrastructure and Earthworks Project Manager - Reference EWI2806222
Folkestone, Kent

We are looking for an experienced Earthworks and Infrastructure Project Manager to join our team with a minimum of 5 years experience in managing works on site, predominantly within the scope of earthworks. Remediation experience would be advantageous as is an exemplary Health and Safety compliance record.

Reporting to the Contracts Manager, you will manage the project site team, design team and subcontractors as required.

Specific responsibilities include

  • Chairing client meetings with full regular full client liaison, cost control and budget monitoring, risk monitoring, DTMs, project meetings and health and safety. Oversee all coordination of the works, managing the teams and client facing lead.
  • Day to day responsibility for the site operations.
  • Taking full responsibility of the programme from weekly dropline reviews and forecast looking ahead of any areas that are approaching the critical Path, unblocking design restraints and commercial blockers, factoring in long lead items by ordering in advance.
  • Management of procurement schedule.
  • Ensuring site operations are being managed correctly by managing the Site Managers, Engineers and subcontractors.
  • Motivate and drive the team to success, encouraging and aiding where possible, take the lead, be accountable and lead by example.

We are offering a salary of £60-65k, plus a vehicle or car allowance, 23 days’ holiday plus bank holidays. Hours of work are 08:00 to 17:30, or as required in addition to fulfil the role.

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Infrastructure and Earthworks Estimator - Reference EWI2806221
Ebbsfleet, Kent

Expansion within our Earthworks and Infrastructure division means that we are recruiting for an experienced Estimator to join our team. Based at our large facility at Ebbsfleet, Kent, just off the A2 near Bluewater, you will have a minimum of ten years’ experience within similar roles. Together with having a full UK driving licence, your specific responsibilities will include

  • Analysis of drawings and specifications
  • Understand contractual terms and conditions
  • Assemble accurate and well organised estimates and proposals in a timely manner
  • Provide clear detailed quantity take offs
  • Organise sub‐contractor’s quotations, negotiate to ensure quotes meet contract documents
  • Complete budgeting and scheduling for projects and track same
  • Ensure site personnel are provided with robust handover pack upon successful tender award
  • Provide and maintain unit pricing and database for material and labour costing
  • Formulate cost breakdown from estimates and for project progress
  • Attend necessary pre, mid and post bid tender interviews

This role will report to the Group Commercial Director and the salary is negotiable. Usual large company benefits apply.

If this sounds like you, click the apply now button to send us your CV and covering letter.

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Are you looking for a rewarding career with an award-winning company that prides itself on family values, puts its people first and provides somewhere you can find security for the future?

We are committed to providing quality apprenticeship opportunities in a range of operative, technical and management occupations.

Please send your CV and personal statement to, clearly indicating which role you are applying for.


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Asbestos Contracts Managers
London/South East and Wakefield

Our asbestos department is looking to recruit Contracts Managers to work from our London/South East and Wakefield offices.

The role will involve assisting our existing management team in the day to day operations of providing a service to an in-house and external client base.

To be considered for this role, applicants will need to provide a close match to the following criteria:

Minimum 5 years experience within an asbestos related management role
Extensive industry experience – inclusive of all asbestos legislation
Good communication, literacy and organisational skills;
Capability to organise and run several projects from sectors within our diverse project portfolio
Fully aware of Health, Safety and Environmental legislation with the ability to assess then produce Risk Assessment, Method Statements and Construction Phase Health and Safety Plans
Good commercial awareness
Management experience with behavioural awareness
Must be IT literate in Word, Excel and PowerPoint
Ability to operate programming software such as MS Project and Asta is an advantage but not essential
To apply for the role please email your CV to

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Asbestos Removal Supervisors and Operatives
London and surrounding areas

We are currently looking for asbestos removal supervisors and operatives to join the business covering London and surrounding area.

The ideal candidate will have at least 1 year industry experience
All current training in date
Up to date medical
A good understanding of current regulations and ACoP’s
A full UK driving license with B+E qualification
Be able to work in a professional manner
NVQ training desirable
Be willing to work to the highest standards

To apply for the vacancy please email your CV to

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Demolition Labour Required
Runcorn and Teesside

We are currently looking for experienced personnel to join our Industrial Demolition Division. These positions are temporary and requirements are immediate.

Operatives are to be based at Runcorn and Teesside, to start as soon as possible.

Applicants must hold CCDO Card or CSCS Card.

To apply for the vacancy in question, please respond by email to

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Site Technician - Swantest

Start Date: Immediately

Terms: Permanent role

Salary: Negotiable plus benefits

Company overview:

Swantest is a specialist company providing structural testing, investigation, remedial and strengthening solutions for complex projects. We are a team of multi-disciplined engineers who can provide a wide range of specialist site services to the construction, demolition and civil engineering industry.

Site technician role overview: 

We are looking to employ an experienced site technician to join our testing division to work on a range of site investigation projects across London and the home counties.

The main duties of the role will involve driving from site to site, carrying out tests and recording results to allow our engineers to compile reports for clients. You will be provided with and trained in the use of various specialist testing equipment and undertaking in-situ testing, including:

  • Plate Bearing Tests
  • Shear Vane Tests
  • Dynamic cone penetrometer tests

Swantest also carry out a number of other structural tests; such as pull out tests, load capacity tests, barrier tests, and more. The right candidate will also be shown how to carry out these tests to assist our team across the division.

This list is not exhaustive, and the candidate will be expected to take a leading role, get actively involved and become an integral part of the team.

Candidates as a minimum should have the following capabilities:

  • At least 1 year on site experience as a site technician or material testing
  • Numeracy and literacy to GCSE level C or equivalent
  • Capable of impartially recording data and keeping site records
  • Clear communicator, both written and spoken English
  • Clean UK manual driving licence – company van will be provided
  • Proficient in the use of MS Excel and
  • Some knowledge of structures and construction materials
  • Willing to work on site in adverse weather conditions

If you are interested in applying for this position, please submit your CV, by email, to

See our website for further details about our company

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