Assistant Area Production Manager (Hard Rock) – Central Scotland

Who we are:

We are a successful and fast-growing family-owned quarrying company and major supplier of aggregates, asphalt, ready-mixed concrete, mortar, render, cement and sports sand to the building and road construction industry.  We currently operate over 31 sites throughout Central Scotland, the North East of England and East Anglia

Due to our continued success and rapid growth an excellent opportunity for an Assistant Area Production Manager has arisen within our Hard Rock business in Central Scotland.

This role will report to the Hard Rock Area Production Manager and is a key role within our business.

The safety of our team and customers is our highest priority it is therefore essential that the successful candidate has a recognised Health and Safety qualification and is committed to ensuring best practice and compliance to Health, Safety and Environmental legislation

The role will suit a self-motivated individual with the ability to manage and organise people and demonstrate an understanding of engineering and legislation and the mineral planning process.

You will be customer focused, ensuring service and quality standards are met and maintained whilst performance is maximised. You will be a team player and be committed to delivering our company values.


The ideal candidate will have:

  • Experience managing and leading teams with minimum of 5 years Quarry Management experience.
  • Excellent awareness of current Health, Safety and Environmental Legislation.
  • Completed, or be working towards, a SHE NVQ Level 6 qualification or equivalent.
  • Excellent understanding of Quarry Regulations 1999 and ACOP.
  • A good understanding of heavy plant and machinery, including maintenance planning.


Previous practical experience in all aspects of Hard Rock quarrying operations from extraction to restoration and a good understanding of Heavy Earthmoving Equipment maintenance would be advantageous.


This is an exciting opportunity to fulfil a key role in a fast growing and successful business with excellent training, development and career progression opportunities.


To apply please send a covering letter and CV to