Roadworker - ArdelvePosted: 25 May 2020

Opportunities have arisen in Ardelve for Road Maintenance Operatives on a permanent basis.

 

Preferably you should be an experienced roadworker with the necessary skills to carry out various road maintenance operations, training can be provided...

Start date:
01 Jun 2020
Closing date:
31 Jul 2020

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Roadworker - Ardelve

Opportunities have arisen in Ardelve for Road Maintenance Operatives on a permanent basis.

 

Preferably you should be an experienced roadworker with the necessary skills to carry out various road maintenance operations, training can be provided if necessary. Ideally you should have, as a minimum, an LGV Class 2 Licence (HGV2), and be prepared to participate in our winter and emergency response service on a standby rota basis.

 

For more information please contact: recruitment@bearscotland.co.uk

Start date:
01 Jun 2020
Closing date:
31 Jul 2020

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JOIN OUR TEAM!Posted: 05 Jun 2020

BEAR Scotland manage, maintain and improve almost 2,000km of Scottish trunk road including over 3,000 bridges and structures through some of the most scenic, but challenging, parts of the country. We currently operate Management & Maintenance...

Salary:
competitive
Start date:
16 Aug 2020
Closing date:
31 Jul 2020

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JOIN OUR TEAM!

BEAR Scotland manage, maintain and improve almost 2,000km of Scottish trunk road including over 3,000 bridges and structures through some of the most scenic, but challenging, parts of the country. We currently operate Management & Maintenance contracts for trunk roads in the North West and North East of Scotland as well as a small section of the M80 between Stepps and Haggs. From August we will add the South East of Scotland to our geographical coverage which includes the iconic Forth Bridge and Queensferry Crossing.

If you are looking to develop your career at this challenging time, we have a wide range of roles available at all levels across Asset Management, Network Management, Roads Design & Supervision, Bridges Design & Supervision and Traffic & Road Safety.

 

These roles include:

Managers

Graduates & Technicians

Engineers & Senior Engineers

Trainee Engineers & Technicians

Specialists

Commercial and Finance

 

 

Our demanding work programmes continue to expand and as such we have opportunities available across Scotland.  This is your chance to help manage and improve the national trunk road network. We have main offices in Perth, Inverness, Chryston and Edinburgh with over 20 local depots spread across the country.

 

 

What we are looking for:

 

We are looking for self-motivated staff who are interested in progressing their careers. Relevant qualifications and experience is preferable but not essential for all posts. We are also keen to recruit trainees for whom we will provide full training and education towards a recognised industry qualification.

 

 

 

Why work for us:

 

Day in, day out, our teams develop, manage and maintain the vital infrastructure that forms part of Scotland’s most important asset; it’s Trunk Road Network. We will help develop your technical and wider skills with appropriate training, encouragement and guidance. As part of our ICE accredited training programme Graduates and Technicians will be provided with training that enables them to develop the attributes of a professional engineer.

 

 

 

Get in Touch:

 

If you would like to come and join us, or even if you want an informal chat to explore what’s on offer, please send us an e-mail at recruitment@bearscotland.co.uk

 

 

 

About BEAR:

 

BEAR is an alliance formed by Eurovia, Jacobs and Breedon to provide road network management and maintenance solutions to Transport Scotland. Our unique blend of engineering capability, innovation and customer care has helped BEAR become Scotland’s leading private-sector operator, managing and maintaining around 80% of Scotland’s strategic roads. We pride ourselves on delivering a first-rate service to our clients based on the whole-hearted commitment of our employees, our flexible approach, our breadth of experience and our operational capability. Having offices and depots with highly skilled people located throughout the country, our dedicated teams are working around the clock, tackling just about every imaginable task on Scotland’s Trunk Road.

Salary:
competitive
Start date:
16 Aug 2020
Closing date:
31 Jul 2020

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Roadworker - CorpachPosted: 17 Jun 2020

Opportunities have arisen in Corpach for Road Maintenance Operatives.


Preferably you should be an experienced roadworker with the necessary skills to carry out various road maintenance operations, training can be provided if necessary. Ideally...

Start date:
17 Jun 2020
Closing date:
10 Jul 2020

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Roadworker - Corpach

Opportunities have arisen in Corpach for Road Maintenance Operatives.


Preferably you should be an experienced roadworker with the necessary skills to carry out various road maintenance operations, training can be provided if necessary. Ideally you should have, as a minimum, an LGV Class 2 Licence (HGV2), and be prepared to participate in our winter and emergency response service on a standby rota basis.

 

Job Title:

Roadworker

Job Holder:

 

Reporting To:

Operations Manager

 

 

 

 

1.         Job Purpose:

To carry out general labouring and driving duties, (appropriate to licence), as and when required.

 

 

 

 

 

2.         Responsibilities and Activities:

·                The erection and removal of temporary signs and barriers (permanent signs and barriers).

·                Preparation, application, compaction and removal of soils, rocks, coated and other materials.

·                Hot material patching by hand.

·                Drainage works, excavation, pipe laying, kerb laying, scrub cutting.

·                Installation and fixing of temporary/permanent road furniture.

·                Operation of power tools, small plant and machinery.

·                Driving vehicles including those with simple attachments such as tractors.

·                Prepare written returns including fault report details.

·                Provide support for specialist roadworkers.

·                Responsibility for the health and safety of the public, colleagues and yourself.

·                Participating in standby and winter maintenance rota.

·                Winter maintenance duties which include fitting gritter body and blade, driving gritter and spread salt by hand if required.

·                Litter picking.

·                Any other duties as required.

 

 

 

 

 

 

3.         Knowledge, Skills and Experience:

·                There is a requirement to undertake training and to achieve competence in aspects of the job.

·                Knowledge of the requirement for Health and Safety rules and procedures.

·                Physically fit for working in sometimes arduous conditions.

·                Experience of using small plant.

·                Holding tickets for plant, traffic management, and Health and Safety an advantage.

·               Full UK driving license preferably at LGV Class C level.

·                Experience of working to tight deadlines and working under pressure.

·               Ability to work effectively in a team.

·               Ability to problem solve.

·               Flexible to working practices.

·                Ability to cope with change. 

·                Ability to work effectively in a team.

·                Good interpersonal skills.

·                Good communication skills.

·                Good planning and organisational skills

 

 

 

 

 

4.         Key Relationships, Internal and External:

 

Internal:

External:

Managers

Members of the Public

Employees

 

 

 

 

 

Start date:
17 Jun 2020
Closing date:
10 Jul 2020

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Roadworker - ObanPosted: 17 Jun 2020

Opportunities have arisen in Oban for Road Maintenance Operatives.


Preferably you should be an experienced roadworker with the necessary skills to carry out various road maintenance operations, training can be provided if necessary. Ideally you...

Start date:
17 Jun 2020
Closing date:
10 Jul 2020

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Roadworker - Oban

Opportunities have arisen in Oban for Road Maintenance Operatives.


Preferably you should be an experienced roadworker with the necessary skills to carry out various road maintenance operations, training can be provided if necessary. Ideally you should have, as a minimum, an LGV Class 2 Licence (HGV2), and be prepared to participate in our winter and emergency response service on a standby rota basis.

 

Job Title:

Roadworker

Job Holder:

 

Reporting To:

Operations Manager

 

 

 

 

1.         Job Purpose:

To carry out general labouring and driving duties, (appropriate to licence), as and when required.

 

 

 

 

 

2.         Responsibilities and Activities:

·                The erection and removal of temporary signs and barriers (permanent signs and barriers).

·                Preparation, application, compaction and removal of soils, rocks, coated and other materials.

·                Hot material patching by hand.

·                Drainage works, excavation, pipe laying, kerb laying, scrub cutting.

·                Installation and fixing of temporary/permanent road furniture.

·                Operation of power tools, small plant and machinery.

·                Driving vehicles including those with simple attachments such as tractors.

·                Prepare written returns including fault report details.

·                Provide support for specialist roadworkers.

·                Responsibility for the health and safety of the public, colleagues and yourself.

·                Participating in standby and winter maintenance rota.

·                Winter maintenance duties which include fitting gritter body and blade, driving gritter and spread salt by hand if required.

·                Litter picking.

·                Any other duties as required.

 

 

 

 

 

 

3.         Knowledge, Skills and Experience:

·                There is a requirement to undertake training and to achieve competence in aspects of the job.

·                Knowledge of the requirement for Health and Safety rules and procedures.

·                Physically fit for working in sometimes arduous conditions.

·                Experience of using small plant.

·                Holding tickets for plant, traffic management, and Health and Safety an advantage.

·               Full UK driving license preferably at LGV Class C level.

·                Experience of working to tight deadlines and working under pressure.

·               Ability to work effectively in a team.

·               Ability to problem solve.

·               Flexible to working practices.

·                Ability to cope with change. 

·                Ability to work effectively in a team.

·                Good interpersonal skills.

·                Good communication skills.

·                Good planning and organisational skills

 

 

 

 

 

4.         Key Relationships, Internal and External:

 

Internal:

External:

Managers

Members of the Public

Employees

 

 

 

 

 

 

Start date:
17 Jun 2020
Closing date:
10 Jul 2020

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Roadworker - InverarayPosted: 17 Jun 2020

Opportunities have arisen in Inveraray for Road Maintenance Operatives.


Preferably you should be an experienced roadworker with the necessary skills to carry out various road maintenance operations, training can be provided if necessary. Ideally...

Start date:
17 Jun 2020
Closing date:
10 Jul 2020

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Roadworker - Inveraray

Opportunities have arisen in Inveraray for Road Maintenance Operatives.


Preferably you should be an experienced roadworker with the necessary skills to carry out various road maintenance operations, training can be provided if necessary. Ideally you should have, as a minimum, an LGV Class 2 Licence (HGV2), and be prepared to participate in our winter and emergency response service on a standby rota basis.

 

Job Title:

Roadworker

Job Holder:

 

Reporting To:

Operations Manager

 

 

 

 

1.         Job Purpose:

To carry out general labouring and driving duties, (appropriate to licence), as and when required.

 

 

 

 

 

2.         Responsibilities and Activities:

·                The erection and removal of temporary signs and barriers (permanent signs and barriers).

·                Preparation, application, compaction and removal of soils, rocks, coated and other materials.

·                Hot material patching by hand.

·                Drainage works, excavation, pipe laying, kerb laying, scrub cutting.

·                Installation and fixing of temporary/permanent road furniture.

·                Operation of power tools, small plant and machinery.

·                Driving vehicles including those with simple attachments such as tractors.

·                Prepare written returns including fault report details.

·                Provide support for specialist roadworkers.

·                Responsibility for the health and safety of the public, colleagues and yourself.

·                Participating in standby and winter maintenance rota.

·                Winter maintenance duties which include fitting gritter body and blade, driving gritter and spread salt by hand if required.

·                Litter picking.

·                Any other duties as required.

 

 

 

 

 

 

3.         Knowledge, Skills and Experience:

·                There is a requirement to undertake training and to achieve competence in aspects of the job.

·                Knowledge of the requirement for Health and Safety rules and procedures.

·                Physically fit for working in sometimes arduous conditions.

·                Experience of using small plant.

·                Holding tickets for plant, traffic management, and Health and Safety an advantage.

·               Full UK driving license preferably at LGV Class C level.

·                Experience of working to tight deadlines and working under pressure.

·               Ability to work effectively in a team.

·               Ability to problem solve.

·               Flexible to working practices.

·                Ability to cope with change. 

·                Ability to work effectively in a team.

·                Good interpersonal skills.

·                Good communication skills.

·                Good planning and organisational skills

 

 

 

 

 

4.         Key Relationships, Internal and External:

 

Internal:

External:

Managers

Members of the Public

Employees

 

 

 

 

 

 

Start date:
17 Jun 2020
Closing date:
10 Jul 2020

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Graduate Management AccountantPosted: 30 Jun 2020

BEAR Scotland Ltd currently have a fantastic opportunity available for a graduate management accountant to join the finance team. Currently holding contracts for the maintenance of the North East and North West trunk road networks, as well as the...

Salary:
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Start date:
30 Jun 2020
Closing date:
09 Aug 2020

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Graduate Management Accountant

BEAR Scotland Ltd currently have a fantastic opportunity available for a graduate management accountant to join the finance team. Currently holding contracts for the maintenance of the North East and North West trunk road networks, as well as the A92 and M80 DBFO’s, we have won the upcoming South East contract which commences in August of this year.

You will join the finance team initially in our Perth depot although location may become more flexible as the role progresses. Reporting to the Financial Controller, you will provide support in all finance related activities including the preparation of the monthly management accounts for the business, posting of monthly and annual journals, fixed asset reporting, balance sheet reconciliations and audit deliverables.

The successful applicant will be an ambitious individual with a relevant degree at minimum 2:1 level and be keen to progress within the business including furthering their studies through the CIMA qualification which BEAR Scotland will financially support.

 

Key Responsibilities: -

 

  • Processing and reporting of financial information for management accounts

  • Provide analysis per contract and department

  • Fixed Asset management

  • Stock Reporting

  • Banking

  • VAT

  • CIS

  • Balance Sheet Reconciliations

  • Ad-hoc finance reports

 

The ideal candidate will be: -

 

  • IT Literate (Strong Excel skills preferable)

  • Ambitious

  • Self-motivated

  • A good communicator

  • Willing to complete further study

 

If you think this is your ideal role, please apply though the “apply now” button.

Salary:
competitive
Start date:
30 Jun 2020
Closing date:
09 Aug 2020

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