Do you want to contribute to the new railway in Vestfold?
We are looking for a General Service Assistant to join our team in building the new railway in Vestfold. This is a temporary position during the project period for at least three years.
- Participate in establishing the camp in Skoppum
- Coordinate all site logistic aspects
- Coordinate accommodation, services, equipment and networks etc.
- Ensure that essential inventory and supplies are available
- Follow up service agreements both inhouse and outside the site
- Administrative tasks
- Delivery of cars and other equipment for service purposes
- Experience in similar position is advantage
- Good IT skills
- Fluent in English and Norwegian language, both written and verbal
- Flexible and independent
- Structured and serviceminded
- Local knowledge
You work autonomously and communicate appropriately. It is also important that you have good organizational skill and the capability to promote teamwork. To succeed in this role, you should have good coordination skill and be able to handle several tasks at the same time.
A role for one of the world’s leading civil engineering companies in one of Norway’s largest railway projects. Here you get to work together with other competent professionals, where you solve complex problems together. We offer competitive wages and working conditions as well as a flexible and dynamic workday.
For this role, we will continuously evaluate and contact candidates. If you have any questions or are curious about the position, contact our recruitment partner Manpower with Ann-Kristin Irgens, phone +47 93 08 31 23 or at email@example.com. Register your CV and apply for the position with application text at www.manpower.no.
Salini Impregilo is a joint-venture with Impresa Pizzarotti & C signed a €388-million civil works contract with Bane NOR, the state-owned company responsible for Norway’s railway infrastructure. The project consists in the upgrade of 13.6-kilometre section of a rail line between the towns of Nykirke and Barkaker, south of Oslo. A double-track line, including two bridges, three tunnels (two in drill&blast, one in cut&cover) and a station near the town of Skoppum. The project concerns a section of the so-called Vestfold Line, which is being modernised to reduce travel times and increase railway passenger capacity.