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As we are a growing business looking to the future, we work hard to retain our family-feel culture. Mackenzie Construction places people at the heart of our success and our professional, highly skilled and engaged workforce has helped us to become one of the leading civil engineering and construction firms in the country.
Our skilled and loyal workforce is at the core of our business and all that we achieve. We pride ourselves on the high number of long-serving employees, often exceeding 25 years service, and we work hard to ensure that our team are fully trained and capable of carrying out any task required of them.
We have a strong supply chain, long standing client relationships and a clear focus on developing talent within our business to ensure we can achieve our ambitious growth plans, which include working towards our digitalisation and net zero aims, building and developing our team and delivering high quality work for our clients throughout the UK.
We are currently recruiting for a Site Manager to support on our key framework clients in the North of England: Severn Trent and Northumbrian Water. Please find the job description here.
We additionally have an opportunity for a Quantity Surveyor in the North of England, to support our clients in the water sector. More information on this role is here.
We are also interested in hearing from experienced, ambitious, dynamic and forward-thinking people who are looking for their next career move for our team in the North of Scotland. If you think you have what it takes to work at Mackenzie Construction, send us a CV and a covering letter explaining a bit about you and the kind of role you’d ideally be looking for.
Email for all CV and cover letter applications: [email protected]
We develop our employees in all areas of our work and we have a proven track record of developing apprentices into successful civil engineers – our Contracts Director, Mark Wilson, joined us as an apprentice when he was just 16