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Drilling Site Manager (Renewable Energy)

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Drilling Site Manager (Renewable Energy)


£45,000 - £50,000 + Progression + Training + Pension + Holidays

Are you looking for an opportunity to advance your career in the exciting renewable energy sector with a specialist drilling company?

Do you have experience in drilling and want to be part of the continued success of a growing business?

This company were originally formed over 20 years ago and are a driving force in the drilling industry as they focus on providing unique services for the design, supply and installation of drilling systems for their numerous projects both domestically and commercially.

In this role you will be managing drilling teams on commercial and domestic drilling projects for the installation of ground source heat pumps. You will ensure the safety and quality of work is completed to the highest standards set forth by the company.

The ideal candidate has experience in directional and borehole drilling for the installation of pipework. They will either be an experienced engineer looking for a step off the tools or be an experienced manager looking to build their career further.

This is a brilliant opportunity for a drilling expert to play a vital part in the roll out of renewable technology for an established and respected company.

The role:
*Manage drilling teams according to project specifications.
*Manage compliance with health and safety on site.
*Ensure contract reports are completed accurately and on time.
*Manage the performance of drilling equipment.

The person:
*Experienced in drilling operations.
*Willing to take a step off the tools into management or previous management experience.
*Willing to travel nationwide when required.
*Keen attention to detail to complete work to the highest standard.

The services of Rise Technical Recruitment Ltd are that of an Employment Agency.

Rise Technical Recruitment Ltd regrets to inform that our client can only accept applications from engineering candidates who have a valid legal permit or right to work in the United Kingdom.

Potential candidates who do not have this right or permit, or are pending an application to obtain this right or permit should not apply.