What do you get when you mix up gravel, sand, cement, and water? You get concrete. The ratios of the ingredients are very important with regards to strength, time taken to cure, texture, etc… The majority of construction works, regardless of the discipline, require a large amount of concrete and it is important that the concrete has been managed correctly to achieve the required results. Some sites will even put up their own concrete batching plants to ensure delivery at the right time.
We are looking for someone to manage concrete for ongoing works throughout East Yorkshire. This needs to be someone who understands mix designs, self-consolidating concrete, fibre reinforced concrete etc. Duties will include reviewing mix designs, evaluating in field performance and suggesting modifications as required.
To be considered for the role you should be able to demonstrate a career showing consistent personal development within the world of concrete and civil engineering. Qualifications or membership from the Institute of Concrete Technology would be seen as an advantage. Accommodation will be provided if you're coming from outside of the county.
For more information call James Ranson on 0113 308 8075
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