Oakray - Designed, Installed, Managed, Maintained | Enfield, North London

Careers and Opportunities

About Oakray


Oakray has been providing buildings support to local authorities, social landlords, NHS trusts and private sector clients for over 35 years. Founded in 1979, we have a proven track record of delivering successful mechanical, electrical and security services and solutions to our commercial and domestic clients, with whom we have developed longstanding partnerships.

We are a rapidly growing and reputable company and we're always looking for talented engineers to join our team to help us meet the demands of our expanding customer base. We are an excellent company to work for and committed to continuing professional development so that our engineers and other team members learn new skills and grow with their role.

Even if we are not actively recruiting for any roles, we would still welcome CVs from experienced engineers or those looking to develop a career in the mechanical, electrical or security services. CVs should be sent to careers@oakrays.co.uk.

Equality Statement

We aim at all times to recruit the person who is most suited to the job. Recruitment will be solely on the basis of the applicant's abilities and individual merit as measured against the criteria for the job. Qualifications, skills and experience will be assessed at the level that is relevant to the job.

We will ensure that our shortlisting, interviewing and selection procedures avoid discrimination in any way, including on grounds of age, disability, gender, marital status or civil partnership, race, nationality or ethnic origins, religion or belief or sexual orientation.





Vacancy

Contract Coordinator


Salary: £19,000 - £20,500 per annum dependant on experience

Job Type: Full Time, Permanent

Location: Head Office

Reporting to: Senior Administration Manager

Department: Call Centre

Benefits: Pension Scheme, Life Insurance and Employee Assistance Programme

Closing Date: 22nd July 2019

Job Reference: OAKCC0719EH


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Send email to careers@oakrays.co.uk

To act as the initial contact with our Client, to accept their order for works and enter the order onto our works management system. To control the daily work of a team of engineers over a specified geographic area & to ensure Client requirements are met according to company standards, principles and to drive continuous improvement in those areas.

Main Duties and Responsiblities

  • To be responsible for all jobs raised within the contracts and monitor all jobs for KPI management checks, ensuring that all jobs are attended to within time, completed within time and that all corresponding paperwork and reports are prepared and available for invoicing.
  • To review jobs received during the working day and allocate accordingly to Engineers.
  • To review outstanding jobs with reference to specified response times, evaluating the nature and importance of the instructions, ensuring that calls are responded to with reference to both the importance of the works and the contractual response times and updating clients where necessary.
  • To enter into the “Contract Diary” relevant information of appointments made for engineer attendance/response in order to maximize attendance within response times whilst minimizing standby and travelling time.
  • To check engineer’s paperwork/PDAs to ensure written details match those reported and to ensure that the engineer’s documentation is correct and accurate and scan any reports to the job, update client including any quotes if required.
  • To record details of conversations or other forms of communication regarding jobs to provide an audit trail of actions taken.
  • To record any site-specific information received, and to ensure that any relevant details already held are reviewed and acted upon when allocating jobs.
  • Where necessary to raise and allocate specialist sub-contractors, giving response, completion and access details, and other relevant information, to ensure compliance with Client requirements.
  • To chase sub-contractors for engineer reports within the expected time frames, upload on to system and update the client including any quotes if required.
  • As and when required, compile contract data and associated client correspondence reports.
  • To provide administration support to electrical contracts managers as and when requested.
  • To use the client’s database in order to raise jobs on our works management system, update information and request target extensions.
  • To compile completed jobs and update spreadsheets ready for financial evaluation.
  • Any other duties as reasonably requested.

Person Specification

The Ideal Candidate Will

  • Preferably have worked in a Call Centre
  • Have experience of working in a customer service environment 
  • Have a confident telephone manner
  • Be able to cope with a high volume of calls at times
  • Have strong communication skills
  • Be a good team player
  • Have a positive and flexible approach to work
  • Have the ability to plan and prioritise their worklo in order to meet targets and deadlines
  • Have good problem solving skills
  • Due to location of offices, have a full UK Driving licence/car

Essential Qualifications/Skills 

  • GCSES or equivalent / relevant experience 
  • Excellent IT skills
  • Good knowledge of Microsoft Excel 

Working for Us

  • 21 days holiday increasing by 1 extra day every 2 years up to a maximum of 25 days, plus statutory days
  • Pension scheme - Auto enrolment
  • Life Insurance
  • Employee Assistance Programme

    You will be part of a friendly and busy team.

    You will receive excellent training and support in this role and there will be plenty of scope to improve and enhance your current abilities. In addition, as the company continues to grow there are plenty of opportunities for career progression and advancement. Oakray is a company that recognises individual talent, encourages professional development and rewards success.

    If you believe that you have the talent, energy and spirit and are eager to learn, then we want to hear from you!

Additional Information

  • 3-month probationary period
  • 37.5 hours per week, Monday to Friday with 1-hour unpaid lunch. Hours are on a rota basis and will either be 8am - 4:30pm, 9am - 5:30pm or 9:30am - 6pm
  • Paid monthly via bacs
  • We are an Equal Opportunities Employer.

 



Vacancy

Access Control Engineer


Salary: £29,000 - £35,000 per annum dependant on experience

Job Type: Full Time, Permanent

Location: Various Contracts as Required – predominantly London

Reporting to: Senior Contract Manager

Department: Electrical / CCTV

Benefits: Pension Scheme, Life Insurance and Employee Assistance Programme

Closing Date: 31st July 2019

Job Reference: OAKACE2019JC


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Send email to careers@oakrays.co.uk

Repair, install and maintain Access Control, Warden Call, Communal Aerial & CCTV equipment ensuring that all works are carried out in accordance with the 'Health and Safety at Work Act' and to Industry Standard.

Main Duties and Responsibilities 

  • Service and install a range of Door Entry, Warden Call, Automatic Door / Gate systems, CCTV systems (including IP/Networked), and Intruder Alarms 
  • Carry out Planned Preventative Maintenance to the above systems 
  • Ensure that all aspects of Access Control / CCTV works including tests and inspections / compliance checks are carried out in accordance with current British Standards
  • Report on a daily basis to Supervisor / Manager on the status of all works within the Department and advise in good time, problems of time-scale or resources 

Person Specification 

The Ideal Candidate Will 

  • Have a background in social housing / local authority maintenance 
  • Have a valid CSCS card
  • Preferably have experience with at least one or more of the following manufacturers: ISM, GDX, ENTROTEC, SML, PAC, KMS, RECRD, GEZE
  • Have good communication skills
  • Have good analytical skills
  • Be self-motivated
  • Be willing to learn
  • Be able to work individually and as part of a team

Essential Qualifications/Skills

  • Full UK Driving Licence 
  • An accreditation with ADSA, CAMEsafe, Tynetec or CAI 

Working for Us 

  • Over time and Out of Hours Call out 
  • 21 days holiday increasing by 1 day every 2 years service up to a maximum of 25 days, plus statutory days
  • Pension Scheme - auto enrolment 
  • Life Insurance
  • Employee Assistance Programme 
  • Company mobile phone 
  • Company van 
  • Uniform

You will be part of a friendly and busy team.

You will receive excellent training and support in this role and there will be plenty of scope to improve and enhance your current abilities. In addition, as the company continues to grow there are plenty of opportunities for career progression and advancement. Oakray is a company that recognises individual talent, encourages professional development and rewards success.

If you believe that you have the talent, energy and spirit and are eager to learn, then we want to hear from you!

Additional Information 

  • 3 month probationary period 
  • 6 x positions available 
  • Monday - Friday, 8:00am - 5:00pm with 1/2 hour unpaid lunch break 
  • Paid weekly via BACS
  • We are an equal opportunities employer 
  • To apply, please send your CV to careers@oakrays.co.uk 

 



Vacancy

Domestic Supervisor


Salary: £15.00-£16.50 per hour, dependant on experience

Job Type: Full Time / Permanent

Location: London / Various Contracts

Reporting to: Contract Manager

Department: Domestic Heating

Benefits: 21 days holiday plus statutory days, pension scheme, life insurance and employee assistance programme

Closing Date: 21st June 2019

Job Reference: OAKDHS0419GM


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Send email to careers@oakrays.co.uk

To supervise a team of Heating Engineers and carry out repairs to gas fired heating boilers within occupied and unoccupied properties. To meet the requirement and expectations of the Client or his/her representative in accordance with the Clients detailed specification, in a timely fashion and in compliance with current gas legislation.

Main Duties and Responsibilities

  • Supervision of direct and self-employed Operatives to ensure that they carry out duties required and work efficiently/effectively within the requirements of the Company
  • To ensure that works are completed to the required Company standard and within projected time-scale, costs and technical requirements
  • Determine and monitor standards of performance throughout the range of the department’s operations. Contribute to the development of an affective service, responsive to changing circumstances and demands
  • Carry out inspections of works in progress and completed works, schedule additional works and monitor progress
  • Monitor performance of Operatives within specific contracts, undertake surveys and prepare reports
  • Monitor operatives to ensure compliance with quality and performance targets
  • Ensure that statutory obligation in relation to Gas Safety Regulations and any other regulation that is specific to your area of operation
  • To be aware of the exact disposition of all Operatives in the field and their availability, to control and liaise with Operatives in the field to ensure that all aspects of the Operatives function is fully resourced and serviced to maintain maximum efficiency
  • To act as a liaison between Operatives in the field and all other Departments within the Company, so that problems and issues can be dealt with effectively and efficiently
  • To ensure that all procedures and departmental instructions that relate to the Service Delivery process are maintained with particular regard to Quality Assurance procedures
  • To ensure that all work carried out complies with the relevant sections of the ‘Health and Safety at Work Act’
  • To liaise and report to contract manager on any aspects of the contract set out by the client

Person Specification

The Ideal Candidate Will

  • Have project management capabilities under Contract Manager's guidance 
  • Have good communication skills 
  • Be asbestos aware
  • Have excellent customer service skills 
  • Have previous experience of ensuring that all works are undertaken in accordance with statutory requirements, health & safety and industry codes of practice 
  • Have a valid CSCS card 
  • Be a good team leader with the ability to demonstrate excellent custeromer care skills
  • Have the ability to motivate others 
  • Be computer literate 

Essential Qualifications/Skills

  • Must hold current ACS qualifications
  • Full UK Driving Licence 

Working for Us

  • 21 days holiday increasing by 1 extra day every 2 years’ service up to a maximum of 25 days, plus statutory days
  • Pension scheme – Auto enrolment
  • Employee Assistance Programme
  • Life Insurance 
  • Company mobile phone
  • Company van
  • Uniform

You will be part of a friendly and busy team.

You will receive excellent training and support in this role and there will be plenty of scope to improve and enhance your current abilities. In addition, as the company continues to grow there are plenty of opportunities for career progression and advancement. Oakray is a company that recognises individual talent, encourages professional development and rewards success.

If you believe that you have the talent, energy and spirit and are eager to learn, then we want to hear from you!

Additional Information

  • 3-month probationary period
  • Monday to Friday, between 8:00am - 6:00pm with 1-hour unpaid lunch break 
  • Paid weekly via bacs
  • We are an Equal Opportunities Employer
  • To apply please email your CV to careers@oakrays.co.uk


Vacancy

Business Administration Apprentice


Salary: £5.50 per hour

Job Type: 1 Year Contract

Location: Head Office

Reporting to: Assistant HR and Quality Support Manager

Department: HR

Benefits: Pension Scheme, Life Insurance and Employee Assistance Programme

Closing Date: 28th June 2019

Job Reference: OAKBAA0119LK


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Send email to careers@oakrays.co.uk

To provide general administration support within the Shared Services team at Head Office to ensure the successful delivery of Health & Safety, Quality and HR services accross the organisation. 

Main Duties and Responsibilities 

  • Provide administrative support within Shared Services as required 
  • Create reports and produce excel spreadsheets
  • Maintain company in-house databases 
  • Filing
  • Data entry 
  • Assisting with the preparation of PowerPoint Presentations 
  • Monitor and record training records including Tool Box Talks 
  • Assist with the process of staff industry card applications i.e. ECS
  • Assist with the training feedback process
  • Prepare new starter packs and bind documentation including staff handbook 
  • Minute taking 
  • Responsible for the organisation's document control 
  • Any other duties as required 

Person Specification 

Essential

Skills/Aptitude/Knowledge 

  • To have good IT skills and be a competent user of all Microsoft Applications including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook 
  • The ability to liaise with staff at all levels
  • Good attention to detail
  • The ability to follow instructions
  • Good organisational skills 
  • The ability to work with discretion and confidentiality 
  • A genuine passion for having a role with variety 

Desirable

Education/Training/Qualification

  • 5 GCSES graded between A* - C (Or equivalent) 
  • Full UK Driving licence preferred due to location 

Experience 

  • Previous experience working within an office environment 

Working for Us 

  • 21 days holiday increasing by 1 day every 2 years service up to a maximum of 25 days, plus statutory days
  • Pension Scheme - auto enrolment 
  • Life Insurance
  • Employee Assistance Programme 

You will be part of a friendly and busy team.

You will receive excellent training and support in this role and there will be plenty of scope to improve and enhance your current abilities. In addition, as the company continues to grow there are plenty of opportunities for career progression and advancement. Oakray is a company that recognises individual talent, encourages professional development and rewards success.

If you believe that you have the talent, energy and spirit and are eager to learn, then we want to hear from you!

Additional Information 

  • 3 month probationary period 
  • Monday - Friday, 8:30am - 5:00pm with 1 hour unpaid lunch break 
  • Paid monthly via BACS
  • We are an equal opportunities employer 

Please note: You will be required to complete and submit an application form along with a copy of your CV for this particular vacancy. Any applications that we recieve without the completed application form, will not be considered. Application forms will be sent out shortly after the CV has been submitted. Thank you. 



Vacancy

Business Administration Apprentice


Salary: £5.50 per hour

Job Type: 1 Year Contract

Location: Head Office

Reporting to: Administration Manager

Department: Mechanical

Benefits: Pension Scheme, Life Insurance and Employee Assistance Programme

Closing Date: 28th June 2019

Job Reference: OAKBAA0519AR


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Send email to careers@oakrays.co.uk

To provide general administration throughout the department as requested by company managers/supervisors. To ensure that business needs are met whilst maintaining a high level of accuracy.

Main Duties and Responsibilities 

  • To assist in company administrative tasks as required
  • Coordinate all administration tasks within the department 
  • Work closely with managers and supervisors to provide administration support 
  • Create reports, produce spreadsheets and bind documentation 
  • Drafting and sending out correspondance 
  • Maintain company in-house database 
  • Compile excel spreadsheets 
  • Scanning and renaming documents
  • Upload documents on to the client's portals ensuring that the documents are uploaded in accordance with procedures and in the set time limit 
  • Assist in the preparation of invoices prior to their submission to clients 
  • Any other administrative tasks as required 

Person Specification 

The Ideal Candidate Will 

  • Have excellent communication skills, both written and verbal
  • Have good organisational and time management skills
  • Be able to liaise with staff at all levels
  • Have good attention to detail 
  • Preferably have experience within a similar role
  • Have good IT skills and the ability to use a variety of packages 
  • Preferably have a full UK driving licence due to location of our office 
  • Be self-motivated 

Essential Qualifications/Skills

  • 5 GCSES graded between A* - C (Or equivalent) 

Working for Us 

  • 21 days holiday increasing by 1 day every 2 years service up to a maximum of 25 days, plus statutory days
  • Pension Scheme - auto enrolment 
  • Life Insurance
  • Employee Assistance Programme 

You will be part of a friendly and busy team.

You will receive excellent training and support in this role and there will be plenty of scope to improve and enhance your current abilities. In addition, as the company continues to grow there are plenty of opportunities for career progression and advancement. Oakray is a company that recognises individual talent, encourages professional development and rewards success.

If you believe that you have the talent, energy and spirit and are eager to learn, then we want to hear from you!

Additional Information 

  • 3 month probationary period 
  • Monday - Friday, 8:30am - 5:00pm with 1 hour unpaid lunch break 
  • Paid monthly via BACS
  • We are an equal opportunities employer 

Please note: You will be required to complete and submit an application form along with a copy of your CV for this particular vacancy. Any applications that we recieve without the completed application form, will not be considered. Application forms will be sent out shortly after the CV has been submitted. Thank you. 



Vacancy

Fire Alarm Engineer


Salary: £15.85 per hour

Job Type: Full Time, Permanent

Location: Predominantly Thurrock

Reporting to: Fire Alarm Manager

Department: Electrical

Benefits: Pension Scheme, Life Insurance and Employee Assistance Programme

Closing Date: 9th July 2019

Job Reference: OAKFAE0619MP


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Send email to careers@oakrays.co.uk

We are seeking to recruit a full-time highly skilled Fire Alarm Engineer to join our newly established, but growing successful team. You will be joining a dynamic and friendly team, with the opportunity to work on a range of stimulating and engaging projects. We specialise in maintaining, repairs and installation of various fire detection systems in civic buildings, high rise properties and care homes within the Home Counties and London area.

Main Duties and Responsibilities 

  • Servicing and diagnostic repairs to various fire alarm systems in both industrial commercial and council properties
  • Complete small and larger installations as part of a team or on your own
  • To be flexible to attend the main office based in Enfield as and when required 
  • Installation and maintenance of fire alarm and security systems to BAFE/NSI/BS standards
  • Project a high level of quality customer services at all times
  • To ensure that the relevant documentation is fully completed in an accurate and timely manner - including instructions, timesheets, work reports and service reports 

Experience and good knowledge in the fire alarm installation/repairs and servicing field is essential for you to be a successful candidate for this position. You must be confident in working with power tools and in high level ceiling areas. You must also be reliable, conscientious and hard working. Your work must be neat and tidy and to a high standard and you must have a positive “can do” approach.

Person Specification 

The Ideal Candidate Will 

  • Be competent at fault-finding 
  • Have experience of working with Fire Alarm Systems such as Morley, Advances, Zentec, Ziton and Gent 
  • Have a current ECS card
  • Be positive, self-motivated and proactive 
  • Have the ability to operate effectively under pressure to rapidly changing circumstances 
  • Be well organised
  • Be a team player 
  • Have excellent customer care skills 
  • Have good knowledge of BS5839:6 / BS539:6
  • Be able to demonstrate good technical knowledge in the following disciplines: Fire alarm, PAVA, Emergency Lighting, nurse call and disable refuge systems 
  • Have 3 years experience of Life Safety Systems 

Essential Qualifications/Skills 

  • NVQ Level 2/3 in Security and Alarms or equivalent OR NVQ Level 2/3 in Electrical installations or equivalent OR completed FIA accreditation or equivalent training and experience 
  • Full UK Driving Licence 

Working for Us 

  • 21 days holiday increasing by 1 day every 2 years service up to a maximum of 25 days, plus statutory days
  • Pension Scheme - auto enrolment 
  • Life Insurance
  • Employee Assistance Programme 
  • Company Van
  • Company Mobile phone 
  • Uniform 

You will be part of a friendly and busy team.

You will receive excellent training and support in this role and there will be plenty of scope to improve and enhance your current abilities. In addition, as the company continues to grow there are plenty of opportunities for career progression and advancement. Oakray is a company that recognises individual talent, encourages professional development and rewards success.

If you believe that you have the talent, energy and spirit and are eager to learn, then we want to hear from you!

Additional Information 

  • 3 month probationary period 
  • Monday - Friday, 8:00am - 5:00pm with 1/2 hour unpaid lunch break 
  • Paid weekly via BACS
  • We are an equal opportunities employer 


Vacancy

Junior Compliance Manager


Salary: £21,000 - £23,000 per annum dependant on experience

Job Type: 6 Month Fixed Term Contract

Location: Head Office

Reporting to: Senior Contract Manager

Department: Electrical

Benefits: Pension Scheme, Life Insurance and Employee Assistance Programme

Closing Date: 19th July 2019

Job Reference: OAKJCM0719PD


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Send email to careers@oakrays.co.uk

To manage and monitor legal compliant inspections and preventative maintenance programmes for various contracts. Prepare and submit application for payments associated with PPM and defective works. 

Main Duties and Responsibilities 

  • Preparation of annual PPM and statutory compliance programme of works
  • Processing test certificates
  • Management and monitoring of specialist contractors, progress chasing etc. 
  • Updating of the programme of works, preparation of performance and current status reports
  • Manage and control of the administration and development of the O'Cloud portal ensuring that the documents are uploaded in accordance with the O'cloud procedures and in the set time limit 
  • Preparation of application for payments and invoices
  • Produce quotes and invoices 
  • Any other duties as reasonably requested 

Person Specification 

The Ideal Candidate Will 

  • Have experience of Microsoft Project, Excel, Word and PowerPoint 
  • Have basic knowledge of Asbestos Awareness 
  • Be able to prepare and design performance reports and charts (KPIS)
  • Be able to plan and prioritise their workload 
  • Have strong analytical skills and problem-solving skills
  • Understand the importance of Health and Safety 
  • Have experience of client liaison and collaborative working 
  • Have experience of working with schedules of rates and prime cost-plus quotations 
  • Have experience of working with Councils Building Services / London Boroughs 
  • Have knowledge of SFG20, PPM and statutory compliance 

Essential Qualifications/Skills

  • 5 x GCSES graded between A* - C (or equivalent)
  • Good communication skills 

Working for Us 

  • 21 days holiday increasing by 1 day every 2 years service up to a maximum of 25 days, plus statutory days
  • Pension Scheme - auto enrolment 
  • Life Insurance
  • Employee Assistance Programme 

You will be part of a friendly and busy team.

You will receive excellent training and support in this role and there will be plenty of scope to improve and enhance your current abilities. In addition, as the company continues to grow there are plenty of opportunities for career progression and advancement. Oakray is a company that recognises individual talent, encourages professional development and rewards success.

If you believe that you have the talent, energy and spirit and are eager to learn, then we want to hear from you!

Additional Information 

  • 6 Month Fixed Term Contract
  • 3 month probationary period 
  • Monday - Friday, 8:30am - 5:00pm with 1 hour unpaid lunch break 
  • Paid monthly via BACS
  • We are an equal opportunities employer 
  • To apply, please send your CV to careers@oakrays.co.uk 

Please note: You will be required to complete and submit an application form along with a copy of your CV for this particular vacancy. Any applications that we recieve without the completed application form, will not be considered. Application forms will be sent out shortly after the CV has been submitted. Thank you. 



Vacancy

Contract Manager


Salary: £40,000 - £45,000 per annum dependant on experience

Job Type: Full Time, Permanent

Location: Head Office

Reporting to: Senior Contract Manager

Department: CCTV

Benefits: Pension Scheme, Life Insurance and Employee Assistance Programme

Closing Date: 19th July 2019

Job Reference: OAKCM0719JC


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Send email to careers@oakrays.co.uk

To manage and monitor reactive repairs, preventative planned maintenance programmes, installations and special projects for various contracts accross the CCTV / Access Control Warden Call Department. Meet and liaise with clients, preparing estimates/quotes. Ensure that all works are carried out in accordance with the 'Health and Safety at Work Act', to industry standards and within contract specifications. 

Main Duties and Responsibilities 

  • Preparation of annual PPM and statutory compliance programme of works 
  • Management and monitoring of specialist contractors
  • Planning and co-ordination of direct labour, ensuring that programme is on time and in budget
  • Updating of the programme works, preparation of performance and current status reports
  • Develop commercial awareness and lead the continued improvements for PPM and testing regimes 
  • To ensure that Health and Safety risks are managed by sub-contractors, specialist contractors and direct labour, including but not limited to, ensuring legal compliance, preparation of risk and method statements of the works 
  • Manage and control of the administration and development of the O'Cloud portal ensuring that the documents are uploaded in accordance with the O'Cloud procedures and in the set time limit 
  • Preparation of financial budgets, completing financial variations and application for payments 

Person Specification 

The Ideal Candidate Will 

  • Have the ability to plan and prepare annual programme of works
  • Be able to prepare and design performance reports and charts
  • Have Asbestos Awareness training and be able to manage Health & Safety Risks 
  • Be able to carry out Health and Safety Risk Assessments, produce method statements and deliver tool box talks 
  • Have SFG20, PPM and Statutory compliance awareness 
  • Have experience within the Access Control / CCTV Sector 
  • Be experienced with Microsoft Project, Excel, Word and PowerPoint 
  • Have HNC/BSC in Construction management qualification 
  • Be able to produce estimates for schedule of rates contracts
  • Have quantity surveying experience 
  • Have experience with ICT portals 

Essential Qualifications/Skills

  • Good communication skills
  • Good leadership skills
  • Contractual awareness
  • Analytical skills
  • Full UK Driving licence 

Working for Us 

  • 21 days holiday increasing by 1 day every 2 years service up to a maximum of 25 days, plus statutory days
  • Pension Scheme - auto enrolment 
  • Life Insurance
  • Employee Assistance Programme 
  • Company Mobile Phone 
  • Company Car 

You will be part of a friendly and busy team.

You will receive excellent training and support in this role and there will be plenty of scope to improve and enhance your current abilities. In addition, as the company continues to grow there are plenty of opportunities for career progression and advancement. Oakray is a company that recognises individual talent, encourages professional development and rewards success.

If you believe that you have the talent, energy and spirit and are eager to learn, then we want to hear from you!

Additional Information 

  • 3 month probationary period 
  • Monday - Friday, 8:00am - 5:00pm with 1/2 hour unpaid lunch break 
  • Paid monthly via BACS
  • We are an equal opportunities employer 
  • To apply, please send your CV to careers@oakrays.co.uk 

Please note: You will be required to complete and submit an application form along with a copy of your CV for this particular vacancy. Any applications that we recieve without the completed application form, will not be considered. Application forms will be sent out shortly after the CV has been submitted. Thank you. 


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