Mackley Vacancies

Latest vacancies

Plant Fitter

We are looking for a Plant Fitter to be responsible for the safe and cost effective repair and maintenance of our plant and equipment. The Plant Fitter(s) will be based out of our workshop at Small Dole, but will be required to attend site breakdowns as required.


Earned Value Management Specialist

This role will be responsible for leading the Earned Value Reporting for the Havant Thicket Reservoir project.


Technical Services Manager

We are looking for someone to lead and manage our Technical Services Department in providing efficient, cost effective solutions and response to technical and design matters


Graduate Site Engineer

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Graduate Site Engineer. This is an initial step into a career in Civil Engineering and Construction. It is the opportunity to learn from site experience and gain knowledge and understanding in how work is constructed, organised and controlled


Project Engagement Officer

This role based at the Havant Thicket Reservoir will keep the local community informed about the project whilst enhancing the reputation of the scheme by facilitating site visits, planning and attending local STEM events and developing social media/web content.



We are looking for a Ganger who will work alongside a Site Manager and Project Manager and be responsible for a section of works, without supervision in an area covering South London, West Sussex and Surrey.


Bid Writer

Looking to expand our Bid Writing team. If you can write inspirational and innovative proposals we’d like to hear from you.


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