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CDM Consultant

Location: Leicester | Salary: £35-45K. A UK-wide property and property consultancy has an opportunity for a CDM Consultant to join their Leicester team on a permanent basis. The successful candidate will: Be part of a team providing health and safety and CDM services to in-house design teams. Provide CDM and Health & Safety Services to clients both in the public […]

CDM Consultant

Location: London | Salary:£35-45K + car allowance. A specialist Health, Safety & CDM Consultancy are currently recruiting for 2x CDM Advisors to join their North London team team. Due to continued growth and success our client require health and safety professionals who can provide CDM advice to a wide range of major residential and commercial projects to achieve compliance with […]

CDM Advisor

Location: Bristol | Salary: £35-40K + car/car allowance. A leading Property and Infrastructure Consultancy are currently looking to recruit a CDM Advisor to their expanding Bristol office due to an increasing workload in the region. As a part of this mid-sized team, you will be responsible for delivering CDM advisory and Principal Designer services to a range of clients in […]

CDM Consultant

Location: London | Salary: £50-55K. An international property, engineering and construction consultancy have the opportunity for an experienced CDM Consultant to join their busy London office. The company provides a wide range of professional services, working on a range of high-profile, technically challenging projects. The health and safety team are responsible for supporting internal and external clients on all aspects […]

CDM Consultant

Location: Birmingham | Salary: £40-45K. An international Property and Construction Consultancy are currently looking for a CDM Consultant to join their Birmingham based team in delivering Health, Safety, and CDM Consultancy services to a large client based within the Telecommunication industry. This Is an excellent opportunity for you to further your specialist experience within a large consultancy environment. Day to […]

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