Maxim Recruitment offers some of the most exciting and rewarding construction job vacancies in London, South East England, the Midlands and across the UK. Since 2003 we have recruited for many of the most successful building and civil engineering contractors, PQS, developers and engineering consultancies nationwide. Projects we recruit for include major road, rail, water and infrastructure contracts as well as building construction, fit out and refurbishment works.
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Due to significant growth one of the Midlands most established and respected family ran civils contractors, requires a Quantity Surveyor to work on multiple contracts within the region.
An exciting and Project Management vacancy has arisen with a unique employer who are one of the largest private owners of residential property in the UK and work largely in… Read more »
A leading Commercial Management and Dispute Resolution consultancy are seeking a Senior Quantity Surveyor to join a growing team in their office based in Farnham, Surrey. The ideal candidate will… Read more »
A fantastic opportunity for a Senior Estimator has arisen in Warrington, to join a global construction consultancy on a major utilities programme of works in the North West. You should… Read more »
A fantastic opportunity has arisen for a Senior Quantity Surveyor to join a global construction consultancy in their Warrington office. Your focus will be on water sector projects, on a… Read more »
Why are some big name UK contractors going bankrupt? Fear of Brexit and what it will bring, soaring material costs, shortage of skills, all play their part…Read more »
Ongoing UK construction skills shortage sees Oil & Gas QS and Estimators find opportunities in Utilities sector such as pipeline and water treatment plants…Read more »
With employment in construction to reach 2.6 million by 2021, Affordable Housing and Infrastructure are creating opportunities we haven’t seen since 2009…Read more »
With ambitious plans for the UK Construction industry over the next 20 years, it's a very fair concern to wonder where the labour force is going to come from…Read more »