Have you thought about progressing your career in the water industry? Water is an essential part of our everyday lives. At RSE, our employees play crucial roles in designing and delivering sustainable water and wastewater treatment solutions that address the need for drinking water and sanitation, improve people’s lives, protect the environment, and make a difference to the world. Through a process of design, creation and innovation, engineers at RSE produce solutions which are safe, sustainable, and cost-effective. RSE has enjoyed sustained and controlled growth. We now hold a prominent position as one of the leading MEICA providers in the UK water industry.
RSE is currently seeking a Planner to join our Chemical Dosing team in Dalgety Bay.
This is a full-time position, 40 hours per week. Previous experience in the chemical dosing industry would be ideal. The post holder will be required to work within our planning department and assist our delivery teams in planning large M & E jobs in conjunction with the operations, commercial and design teams whilst reporting to the senior management of the Company.
The role will involve the development of logic-driven, cost-loaded programmes for Tender submissions against tight delivery deadlines, creating detailed construction programmes for awarded contracts, incorporating contractor and sub-contractor programmes into programmes where appropriate, monitoring, updating and reporting on the status of programmes for awarded projects, and assisting with keeping projects on track by identifying critical activities and evaluating acceleration measures where appropriate.
The ideal candidate would have:
What RSE Offers
You’ll receive a competitive salary and benefits package and any relevant training to equip you with the technical and commercial knowledge you’ll need to gain further experience and progress your career.
Please note, if you do not receive any correspondence within 4 weeks of your application, please be advised that you have been unsuccessful on this occasion.
We are unable to accept applications from outside of the UK.