Kier recruitment day looks to fill over 50 jobs in South West

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Diverse group of male and female employees in PPE looking at plans on site.

The Kier recruitment day will take place in Exeter on 28 June as it looks to fill more than 50 job positions in South West England

More than 50 jobs are available within Kier’s infrastructure, construction, highways and utilities businesses.

Roles include, but are not limited to:

  • site operatives/gangers
  • HGV drivers
  • electricians
  • mechanical fitters
  • geographical information systems technicians
  • administrators
  • engineers
  • works managers
  • agents
  • quantity surveyors
  • project managers

Attendees of the Kier recruitment day will be able to have an informal chat with representatives from Kier about the roles available, get an understanding of projects that Kier are working on across the South West, as well as find out more about the company’s culture and supportive family-friendly policies.

Local jobs for projects in and around South West

Amrit Sandhu, senior recruiter for Kier Infrastructure said: “We’re excited to be hosting this in-person recruitment day as we look to provide local jobs for the projects we are delivering in and around South West England.

“We have a longstanding footprint in the South West, including the recent completion of St Sidwell’s Point in Exeter, the UK’s first ‘passivhaus’ leisure centre and the construction of Hinkley Point C power station in Somerset.

“The area remains of great importance to us and that’s why we looking to recruit more than 50 people to help us deliver vital projects in the areas.

“We’ll have a team of people on hand to discuss people’s aspirations and to answer any questions that they may have.”

The event takes place at Exeter Racecourse, Kennford, Exeter, EX6 7XS on Tuesday 28 June, between 15:00 – 20:00.

You can register your interest or email questions in advance to InfrastructureRecruitment@kier.co.uk.

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