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Document Controller
Head Office, UK
Working within the Design Team, you will be required to provide efficient and secure document control services in line with the wider Company direction in order to ensure that design documents and drawings are uploaded into the Document Management Control system efficiently and can be accessed / transmitted accurately, securely and in a timely fashion by / to the users. Further to this, the Document Controller must perform a wide range of administrative and office support activities for the department to facilitate the efficient operation of the company.

Main Duties and Responsibilities;
• Monitor due dates for drawings and specifications.
• Managing the flow of correspondence and making sure results are accurate.
• Monitor status of project to ensure correct action.
• Confer with relevant people e.g. designers, engineers, managers, client.
• Control the creation and approval of project documents.
• Exercise version control where multiple versions of a document are maintained.
• Manage storage of documents in a way that facilitates convenient retrieval of a particular document when needed.
• Ensure security and safety of documents with the dual objectives of preventing unauthorized access to documents and allowing recovery from physical damage or loss of documents.
• Creates the policy for archiving old documents and disposing them at the end of their life.
• Generate the various document control reports as required.
• Coordinate all activities related to the Document Control procedure, including technical documents, drawings, and commercial correspondence.

Skills and Experience Required:
• Experience within a document control role
• Experience of working with Conject would be beneficial but training will be given
• Excellent attention to detail and organisation skills
• Good team player

TSL offer is a highly competitive salary plus benefits along with fast-progression and a great working environment.

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HSQE Advisor
UK Wide
Reporting to the HSQE Director, the successful candidate will be responsible for ensuring high standards of health & safety on projects covering the whole of the UK.

Main Duties and Responsibilities;
• Initiate and implement the company’s health and safety policy to prevent injury, ill health, damage and wastage.
• Know the statutory requirements affecting the company’s operations.
• Promote the company health and safety policy and ensure that it is brought to the attention of all employees.
• Ensure that regular safety inspections are undertaken and recorded for all construction sites with feedback provided to the site managers, the HSQE Director and the Construction Director.
• Ensure identified actions from previous reports have been suitably closed out by identified timescales.
• Reprimand any member of staff failing to discharge satisfactorily their responsibilities for health and safety.
• Support project managers in undertaking accident investigations and compiling suitable closeout reports in a timely manner.
• Ensure that all site operatives and sub-contractors are provided with a suitable induction where appropriate.
• Ensure all projects have suitable welfare and site setup facilities in place.
• Ensuring all statutory safety notices are displayed on suitable notice boards.
• Ensure permits to work are completed correctly and suitable for the task to be undertaken.
• Ensure COSHH related items are stored in suitable secure containers and pose no risk to the environment.
• Review risk and method statements and ensure they are suitable for the task being undertaken.
• Undertake any reasonable task /request from senior TSL personnel.

Skills and Experience Required:
• NEBOSH Construction Certificate
• Full, clean driving licence
• Sound knowledge of UK Health and Safety Legislation and associated Codes of Practice.
• Sound knowledge of the ISO 18001, 9001 & 14001 standards and requirements.
• Excellent Communication Skills, ability to interpret UK Health and Safety Legislation and associated Codes of Practice relating to the construction industry
• Effective time management and logical decision-making ability
• Capacity to work effectively in fast paced pressured environments
• Ability to communicate at all levels
• CSCS

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Quantity Surveyor
Head Office, UK
TSL are actively recruiting for an ambitious, experienced Quantity Surveyor to join their busy commercial team based in Gerrards Cross.

Reporting to the Commercial Director, the successful candidate must be able to commercially lead projects ranging from £10m to £60m in value.

The role:
• Preparing plans, contracts, budgets, bills of quantities and other documentation
• Cost control
• Writing reports
• Preparing and submitting final accounts
• Making valuations
• Arranging payments to suppliers and contractors
• Providing advice and forecasts about costs
• Supervising staff
• Preparing tender and contract documents, including bills of quantities with the architect and/or the client
• Undertaking costs analysis for repair and maintenance project work
• Performing risk and value management and cost control
• Advising on procurement strategy
• Identifying, analysing and developing responses to commercial risks
• Preparing and analysing costings for tenders
• Allocating work to subcontractors
• Providing advice on contractual claims
• Analysing outcomes and writing detailed progress reports
• Valuing completed work and arranging payments
• Maintaining awareness of the different building contracts in current use
• Understanding the implications of health and safety regulations

Requirements:
• Have a degree in Quantity Surveying
• Have experience managing multiple projects.
• Experience of working on commercial projects of £10m and above
• Excellent communication and negotiation skills
• A good understanding of construction methodologies
• Computer literate with good working knowledge of Microsoft Packages, including Microsoft Excel.


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Estimator
Head Office, UK
Reporting to the Estimating Director, the successful candidate will be responsible for preparing tenders and cost plans for design and build projects of values up to £60m. TSL specialises in projects within the food & beverage, pharma and logistics sectors.

Main Duties and Responsibilities:
• Appraisal of tender documents
• Preparation of material and sub-contract enquiries including selection of prospective subcontractors
• Attending meetings with project team
• Site visits to identify site specific risks
• Contribute to the design development process and attend design team meetings;
• Preparation of analytical cost estimates including preliminaries:
• Prepare budgets and cost plans
• Adjudication and comparison of sub-contractor quotations
• Initiate technical queries and ensure design sufficiently developed to ensure accurate costings
• Risk management throughout the tender period and preparation of the tender Risk Register
• Value engineering throughout the design phase of design and build projects
• Attend pre-qualification, mid tender and post tender interviews
• Presentation of the tender to senior management at tender settlement meetings including the highlighting major commercial issues
• Completion of tender documentation and submission of the tender
• Ensure a smooth handover of the project to the site team

Skills and Experience Required:
• Basic understand of the fundamentals of construction systems
• The ability to read and understand drawings and specifications, process design and contracts
• Understanding of bills of materials
• Be able to document and organise a complex stream of information and paperwork quickly and efficiently
• Excellent attention to detail
• Strong written and verbal communication skills
• Computer literate with a good working knowledge of Microsoft packages, including Microsoft Project.

TSL offer is a highly competitive salary plus benefits along with fast-progression and a great working environment.

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Accounts Assistant
Head Office, UK
Under the direction of the Financial Director the Accounts Assistant must perform a wide range of administrative and accounts support activities for the department and/or managers and supervisors to facilitate the efficient operation of the company.

Main Duties and Responsibilities;
• Processing purchase orders and invoices
• Processing delivery notes/invoices
• Sorting and filing of invoices/delivery notes
• Timesheet checks for payroll
• Preparation of analysis reports and journals
• Planning and reconciliation of weekly key accounts tasks
• Prepare and despatch accounts related correspondence
• Expense reconciliation
• Collating and distributing information or material
• Eventually working on detailed reports and completing trend analysis and business modelling
• Monitoring and extracting data
• Answer, screen and transfer inbound phone calls
• General clerical duties including photocopying, fax and mailing

Skills and Experience Required:
• Sage 50/200 experience an advantage
• Excellent attention to detail
• Key understanding of nominal ledger such as VAT
• CIS experience an advantage
• Strong Excel experience
• Understanding & prior knowledge of company employee expense reimbursements
• HMRC compliance
• Basic Bookkeeping
• Ability to plan and prioritise daily/weekly workload
• Experience in a similar role
• Good team player
• Good telephone manner

TSL offer is a highly competitive salary plus benefits along with fast-progression and a great working environment.

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Site Manager
UK Wide
Working under the Project Director/Manager, the Site Manager will either be managing a sub-section of a site or the whole site, depending on the size and value of the project.

The Site Manager is responsible for managing Health & Safety requirements properly, to ensure a safe working environment for employees. The role also includes communicating with all parties involved in the project; sub-contractors, project managers, finance etc, overseeing the execution of project tasks, as well as direct construction and construction staff and overseeing the general running of site; deliveries, plans, costs, quality.

You will be required to lead and conceptualise the construction project, and will be responsible for its smooth organisation, implementation and completion, to the satisfaction of the client.

Main Duties and Responsibilities;
• Liaising with Project Manager and reporting progress.
• Supervising of contracted staff.
• Continuous liaison with subcontractors.
• Making safety inspections and ensuring construction and site safety.
• Checking and preparing site reports, designs and drawings.
• Maintaining quality control procedures.
• Applies all HSE requirements in the execution of tasks.
• Applies all company procedures, practices and standards.
• Assists Project Manager with all administrative tasks.
• Control changes and report deviations to project team.
• Carries out routine site inspections.
• Make work improvement recommendations.
• Execute project close out activities and report lessons learned.
• Chair / Coordinate Meetings

Skills and Experience Required:
• Minimum 2 years’ experience in construction projects
• Thorough knowledge of legal and safety standards
• Excellent communication skills
• Ability to plan and organise a team
• Effective time management and logical decision-making ability
• Capacity to work effectively in pressure filled environments
• Strong focus on quality
• Attention to detail
• CSCS, SMSTS, First Aid
• MS Project


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Project Manager (German Speaking)
UK + Germany
Reporting to the Construction Director, you will be responsible for the overall project planning and scheduling, resource allocation, cost management, time management, contract administration and safety management, while providing technical direction and ensuring compliance meets quality standards.

You will be required to lead and conceptualise the construction project, and will be responsible for its smooth organisation, implementation and completion, to the satisfaction of the client.

This role will be based in the UK and in Germany. Fluent in German, both speaking and written language is essential for this role.

Main Duties and Responsibilities;
• Charting out the project objectives and plans, setting performance requirements, and selecting project participants.
• Bringing about optimum utilisation of resources including labour, materials and equipment, while ensuring their procurement at most cost-effective terms.
• Implementation of various operations through proper coordination.
• Development of effective communications and mechanisms for resolving conflicts among the various participants.
• Oversee the construction project from start to finish.
• Perform a key role in project planning, budgeting, and identification of resources needed.
• Develop your team and the objectives/goals and assign individual responsibilities.
• Project accounting functions including managing the budget, whilst minimising exposure and risk in the project.
• Ensure that construction activities move according to predetermined schedule.
• Devise the project programme and make revisions as and when the need arises.
• Communicate effectively with the contractors responsible for completing various phases of the project.
• Co-ordinate the efforts of all parties involved in the project, which include the architects, consultants, contractors, sub-contractors and labourers.
• Monitor the progress of the construction activities on a regular basis and hold regular status meetings with all the sub-teams.
• Maintain strict adherence to the budgetary guidelines, quality and safety standards.
• Periodic inspection of construction sites.
• Ensure project documents are complete.
• Identify the elements of project design and construction likely to give rise to disputes and claims.
• Serve as a key link with the clients and review the deliverable prepared by the team before passing onto client.

Skills and Experience Required:
• Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent in Engineering/Construction
• Minimum 5 years’ experience in construction projects
• Thorough knowledge of legal and safety standards
• Excellent communication skills
• Ability to plan and organise a team
• Effective time management and logical decision-making ability
• Capacity to work effectively in pressure filled environments
• Strong focus on quality
• German speaking and written - fluent


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Project Engineer
Head Office, UK
The role of the Project Engineer is to assist the Project/Site Manager to ensure the project runs according to the programme. Working under the Project/Site Manager, the Project Engineer will assist in the management of subcontractors and the general daily activities on site.

The Project Engineer is responsible for maintaining Health & Safety records properly, to ensure a safe working environment for employees. The role also includes communicating with other parties involved in the project; overseeing the execution of project tasks, as well as direct construction and construction staff and assisting in the general running of site; deliveries, plans, costs, quality.

Assist in the following tasks:
• Liaising with Project/Site Manager and reporting progress
• Supervising of contracted staff
• Continuous liaison with subcontractors
• Making safety inspections and ensuring construction and site safety
• Checking and preparing site reports
• Maintaining quality control procedures
• Site inductions

Skills and Experience Required:
• Construction Management Qualification
• Thorough knowledge of legal and safety standards
• Excellent communication skills
• Experience of working on a construction site
• Effective time management and logical decision-making ability
• Capacity to work effectively in pressure filled environments
• Strong focus on quality
• Attention to detail
• CSCS

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Project Manager
Head Office, UK
Reporting to the Construction Director, you will be responsible for the overall project planning and scheduling, resource allocation, cost management, time management, contract administration and safety management, while providing technical direction and ensuring compliance meets quality standards.

You will be required to lead and conceptualise the construction project, and will be responsible for its smooth organisation, implementation and completion, to the satisfaction of the client.

Main Duties and Responsibilities;
• Charting out the project objectives and plans, setting performance requirements, and selecting project participants.
• Bringing about optimum utilisation of resources including labour, materials and equipment, while ensuring their procurement at most cost-effective terms.
• Implementation of various operations through proper coordination.
• Development of effective communications and mechanisms for resolving conflicts among the various participants.
• Oversee the construction project from start to finish.
• Perform a key role in project planning, budgeting, and identification of resources needed.
• Develop your team and the objectives/goals and assign individual responsibilities.
• Project accounting functions including managing the budget, whilst minimising exposure and risk in the project.
• Ensure that construction activities move according to predetermined schedule.
• Devise the project programme and make revisions as and when the need arises.
• Communicate effectively with the contractors responsible for completing various phases of the project.
• Co-ordinate the efforts of all parties involved in the project, which include the architects, consultants, contractors, sub-contractors and labourers.
• Monitor the progress of the construction activities on a regular basis and hold regular status meetings with all the sub-teams.
• Maintain strict adherence to the budgetary guidelines, quality and safety standards.
• Periodic inspection of construction sites.
• Chairing client and subcontractor meetings.
• Ensure project documents are complete.
• Identify the elements of project design and construction likely to give rise to disputes and claims.
• Serve as a key link with the clients and review the deliverable prepared by the team before passing onto client.

Skills and Experience Required:
• Minimum 5 years’ experience in construction projects
• Thorough knowledge of legal and safety standards
• Excellent communication skills
• Ability to plan and organise a team
• Effective time management and logical decision-making ability
• Capacity to work effectively in pressure filled environments
• Strong focus on quality
• CSCS, SMSTS, First Aid

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Senior Project Manager
Head Office, UK
Reporting to the Construction Director, you will be responsible for the overall project planning and scheduling, resource allocation, cost management, time management, contract administration and safety management, while providing technical direction and ensuring compliance meets quality standards.

You will be required to lead and conceptualise the construction project, and will be responsible for its smooth organisation, implementation and completion, to the satisfaction of the client.

Main Duties and Responsibilities;
• Charting out the project objectives and plans, setting performance requirements, and selecting project participants.
• Bringing about optimum utilisation of resources including labour, materials and equipment, while ensuring their procurement at most cost-effective terms.
• Implementation of various operations through proper coordination.
• Development of effective communications and mechanisms for resolving conflicts among the various participants.
• Oversee the construction project from start to finish.
• Perform a key role in project planning, budgeting, and identification of resources needed.
• Develop your team and the objectives/goals and assign individual responsibilities.
• Project accounting functions including managing the budget, whilst minimising exposure and risk in the project.
• Ensure that construction activities move according to predetermined schedule.
• Devise the project programme and make revisions as and when the need arises.
• Communicate effectively with the contractors responsible for completing various phases of the project.
• Co-ordinate the efforts of all parties involved in the project, which include the architects, consultants, contractors, sub-contractors and labourers.
• Monitor the progress of the construction activities on a regular basis and hold regular status meetings with all the sub-teams.
• Maintain strict adherence to the budgetary guidelines, quality and safety standards.
• Periodic inspection of construction sites.

Skills and Experience Required:
• Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent in Engineering/Construction
• Minimum 5 years’ experience in construction projects
• Thorough knowledge of legal and safety standards
• Excellent communication skills
• Ability to plan and organise a team
• Effective time management and logical decision-making ability
• Capacity to work effectively in pressure filled environments
• Strong focus on quality
• CSCS, SMSTS, First Aid


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Commercial Manager
Head Office, UK
TSL operate under numerous forms of construction contract ranging from traditional and D&B JCT and ICHEM contracts through to fully open book NEC forms. The choice of Contract will depend upon the nature of the project and the relationship that exists with that client. Our projects stem from us tendering competitively and a large proportion of repeat business. We are non-confrontational in our approach up and down the supply chain. As a member of the commercial team you must consistently place an emphasis on protecting the interests of the business contractually and financially.

Reporting to the Commercial Director, the successful candidate must be able to commercially lead and manage projects ranging from £10m to £60m in value.

The role:
• Preparing plans, contracts, budgets, bills of quantities and other documentation
• Cost control
• Writing reports
• Preparing and submitting final accounts
• Making valuations
• Arranging payments to suppliers and contractors
• Providing advice and forecasts about costs
• Supervising staff
• Preparing tender and contract documents, including bills of quantities with the architect and/or the client
• Undertaking costs analysis for repair and maintenance project work
• Performing risk and value management and cost control
• Advising on procurement strategy
• Identifying, analysing and developing responses to commercial risks
• Preparing and analysing costings for tenders
• Allocating work to subcontractors
• Providing advice on contractual claims
• Analysing outcomes and writing detailed progress reports
• Valuing completed work and arranging payments
• Maintaining awareness of the different building contracts in current use
• Understanding the implications of health and safety regulations

Requirements:
• Have a degree in Quantity Surveying
• Have experience managing multiple projects
• Experience of working on commercial projects of £10m and above
• Be able to document and organise a complex stream of information quickly and efficiently
• Have good understanding of construction methodologies
• Have excellent communication, presentation and negotiation skills
• Computer literate with good working knowledge of Microsoft Packages, including Microsoft Excel.

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Purchase Ledger Clerk
Head Office, UK
Under the direction of the Financial Director the Purchase Ledger Clerk must perform a wide range of administrative and accounts support activities for the department to facilitate the efficient operation of the company.

You will be responsible for the end to end processing of all invoices and credit notes, reconciliations, payment runs and updating our finance & business systems.

Main Duties and Responsibilities;
• Ensure the timely processing of account transactions on Sage 200
• Checking the validity of incoming invoices i.e. reconcile purchase orders to invoice and delivery note
• Writing Cheques for the approval / sign off from the Finance Director. Posting cheques.
• Liaise with suppliers to resolve identified queries
• Setup of the new suppliers
• Collection, reconciliation and posting of the employee expenses
• General filing and housekeeping of delivery notes
• Other duties as required by the Financial Director
• Point of contact for supply chain queries
• Reconcile supplier accounts to statements
• Reconcile statements to the purchase ledger accounts

Skills and Experience Required:
• Previous experience in am accounts purchase ledger role
• Ability to plan and prioritise daily/weekly workload
• Good level understanding of purchase ledger
• Sage 50/200 experience (preferable)
• Excellent attention to detail
• Good numerical accuracy
• Strong Excel experience
• Good team player
• Good telephone manner

TSL offer is a highly competitive salary plus benefits along with fast-progression and a great working environment.


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Assistant Quantity Surveyor
Head Office, UK
TSL are actively recruiting for an ambitious, experienced Assistant Quantity Surveyor to join their busy commercial team based in Gerrards Cross.

Reporting to the Commercial Director, the successful candidate will provide assistance to the Commercial Managers/Quantity Surveyors on all aspects of Quantity Surveying. You will be required to perform to the highest standards by ensuring full contractual and commercial responsibilities. You will also be required to ensure the companies procedures and values are represented professionally and without compromise whilst visiting relevant Projects.

The role:
• Seeking funding sources and submitting bids
• Carrying out feasibility studies
• Preparing plans, contracts, budgets, bills of quantities and other documentation
• Cost control
• Writing reports
• Preparing and submitting final accounts
• Making client valuations
• Arranging payments to suppliers and contractors
• Providing advice and forecasts about costs.
• Preparing tender and contract documents, including bills of quantities with the architect and/or the client;
• Costs analysis for repair and maintenance project work;
• Establishing a client's requirements and undertaking feasibility studies;
• Performing risk and value management and cost control;
• Procurement;
• Identifying, analysing and developing responses to commercial risks;
• Preparing and analysing costings for tenders;
• Allocating work to subcontractors;
• Contractual claims;
• Analysing outcomes and writing detailed progress reports;
• Valuing completed work and arranging payments;
• Maintaining awareness of the different building contracts in current use;
• Understanding the implications of health and safety regulations.

Requirements:
• Post Graduate/Graduate Degree in Quantity Surveying or equivalent
• Basic level of Quantity Surveyor methods, take-offs, BOQs etc.
• Sound analytical and problem-solving skills
• Excellent communication and negotiation skills
• Knowledge of Construction products and practices
• Computer literate with good working knowledge of Microsoft Packages, including Microsoft Excel
• Experience in construction projects, working as part of a team

TSL offer is a highly competitive salary plus benefits along with fast-progression and a great working environme

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Training & Development

TSL – Investing in Your Future

At TSL we have a strong belief that to be better than the rest and to do things differently we need to ‘grow and promote’ from within our team. We want you to have a long and rewarding career with us and we are committed to investing in your future.

As your career progresses, we offer continuing education, training, and advancement. Our ongoing development activities are aimed at all levels of our organisation and are an important component of your long-term success with us.

Our established training courses can help you deepen your understanding of our business approach, as well as enhance your ability to lead, train, and develop others. Courses and growth opportunities include:

  • Supporting Professional Accreditations
  • NVQ Vocational Training
  • On-the-job Mentoring and Project Experience
  • Health & Safety Training
  • Leadership Training
  • Project Management
  • Annual Company conference
  • CAD Training
  • Sage Training
  • Specialist Industry seminars/conferences
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Apprenticeships

In line with the TSL approach to career development, we welcome young people with the right attitude and ambition, looking to start their career through the apprenticeship route.

Our expectations are simple; work with enthusiasm, work as a team and always try your best whilst also dedicating yourself to completing the apprenticeship programme.  In return, we will offer you both financial and professional support to make sure you achieve this.

We have a range of opportunities for apprentices in the following areas:

  • Accountancy
  • Project Management
  • Engineering
  • Design
  • Commercial
  • Business Administration

On successful completion of your apprenticeship, you will already be an established member of a professional team with a promising career ahead of you.

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Benefits

At TSL we believe in rewarding people for their personal contribution. We have a flexible salary and benefits policy to make sure that the package is tailored to reflect you individually and to move quickly in line with the contribution that you make to developing our company and supporting its profitable growth.

Our benefits package is outlined below:-

Holidays

Staff receive 25 days holiday per year in addition to all bank and public holidays.

Pension Scheme

We operate a contributory group personal pension scheme which is managed and administered by independent financial advisors. Eligible staff members will be auto-enrolled into the company scheme when they join us.

Life Assurance

All members of staff over the age of 18 are covered immediately on commencement of employment for life assurance which is non-contributory. This will provide the trustees with £250,000 as a lump sum on the death of an employee to pay to the employee’s dependents.

Flexible Working – Family-Friendly Policies

Many of our team have young families and we understand the additional layer of ‘joyful’ pressure this can add when trying to manage your career and home life. We are committed to supporting all members of our team in getting this balance right.

BUPA Health Plan

TSL Projects offers a BUPA health plan to all of our team on joining the company.