South East
£65,000 - £85,000

Scaffolding Design Manager

Ref: 10564| Posted: 20th Sep 2021

Brief Outline


  • An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Scaffolding Design Manager to join our client’s technical team and progress the department throughout the company’s ongoing expansion.
  • The client is looking for a hands-on, enthusiastic individual who will be involved and invested in their various projects and their progress.


About our Client










  • Our client is an established scaffolding and access contractor working across the UK. 
  • They work on a diverse range of project from commercial refurbishment, civils and infrastructure projects, through to new build residential jobs.
  • They have an excellent reputation for the quality and work with a number of tier 1 main contractors and developers.
  • Their turnover has increased year-on-year and have a large pipeline of work for next year already.



About the Role


  • In this role you will be mainly office based, with the occasional site and client visits where required, while carrying out full Design Management duties.
  • You will be responsible for the formal reporting of each project where you will report to the Operations Director as well as working with other management staff.
  • You will ensure that the planning, management and coordination is successful and that financial control within the project margin is maintained.
  • The ideal candidate will have an in-depth scaffolding design background and CAD experience. You will also be able to lead and manage a design office.


About the Candidate


  • Previous experience in design for large residential and commercial scaffolding projects
  • Experience in design management is preferable
  • Flexible self-starter with ability to prioritise 
  • Analytical and problem-solving skills 
  • Sound knowledge and understanding of joinery, carpentry and fit-out industry

Points of Appeal

  • Full freedom and autonomy within the role
  • Competitive salary and package
  • Company with a full order book across the UK