Scaffolding Careers

Contracts Coordinator


The role is to ensure continuation of a first-class service and ensuring quality workmanship on all projects, giving support and advice on transport, labour, materials and site support. Ensuring Risk Assessment & Method Statements (RAMS), Scaffold Design Drawings Hand overs, Off Hire Certificates, etc. are all in place.


Responsible for all aspects of Contracts administration in particular, liaison between clients, supervisors and scaffolders. As well as:

  • Communication of contract requirements to scaffolders on a day to day basis.
  • Front line phone contact between office and clients.
  • Booking in of erection and dismantle of scaffolds in conjunction with the supervisors.
  • Forward programming of workload in relation to labour resources.
  • Administration of scaffolder attendance and working hours in a conjunction with accounts department.
  • Administration of Transport including Drivers Hours and Vehicle Checks.
  • Administration of PPE issues and inspections.
  • Administration and recording of incidents, accidents and near misses.

Key skills

Strong organisational ability, commercial awareness, strong client liaison skills, project management and team leadership. An extensive understanding of the construction industry, flexibility and a talent for negotiation.

Application process

Directly to the company or through other traditional channels such as recruitment agencies (particularly specialist construction agencies), Jobcentre Plus, the National Careers Service, Job Boards (e.g. Indeed) or via advertisements in newspapers.

Contracts Coordinator

Expected salary

The average is £21,000 but can go as high as £30,000.

Qualifications required

Typically, CISRS Supervisor Card / SMSTS Card A comprehensive understanding of the scaffolding industry and environment is extremely helpful.