62 Delay and Forensic Planning jobs in UK

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About Delay Professionals

A job as a Delay Analyst at any level is one of the most challenging but also rewarding paths you can take in construction. You can work for a variety of company types including Expert Witness consultancies, Claims Consultancies, or even directly for a contracting or consulting / client organisation as a live project claims support consultant.

As a Delay Analyst, your work will be scrutinised by Experts at the highest level whether it be by your peers, or by Barristers in a Court of Law. Due to this, expectations are high and it can be a high pressure job, which suits those who are perfectionists and who want to be seen as an expert in their construction discipline.

Your career as a Delay Analyst is usually begins once you have a few years of construction experience in one of a few possible disciplines. The usual discipline is predominantly construction planning, however people often come from a construction management or engineering background as the delay skills can be taught within some of the more established organisations.

The rewards in this exciting career are financial as well as offering mentally challenge and reward. You can often earn a far higher salary as a successful Delay Analyst, especially at the senior levels, than you otherwise might as a Senior Planner / Planning Manager within a Contracting or general Consulting organisation.

Maxim Recruitment is one of the leading experts in recruiting construction disputes professionals, and with a core discipline of general construction recruitment we could be no better placed to help you find the correct job within this exciting and rewarding sector, in the UK or internationally in locations such as Canada, Hong Kong or Dubai.

About The UK

The UK is a multicultural and well-known international player in most influential areas of world affairs. Accordingly, the UK is a great place to work and live. The UK’s construction industry is one of the largest contributors to the UK’s economy. Employing roughly 3 million people, the sector provides approximately between 9 and 10% of the UK’s workforce with employment.

The Construction industry in the UK consists of ¼ public sector and ¾ private sector, providing many diverse and varied job roles. From Quantity Surveyors to Planning Engineers to Quantum Delay Claims and Dispute jobs to name a few, the UK construction sector is a thriving industry. With the current average wage coming in at the 8th highest in the UK job sectors, there is potential for that figure to increase with the sector continuing to grow.

The UK also has plenty to offer outside of work with extensive sports and leisure facilities for those with high energy and for those that prefer a more relaxed spare time.                 

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