Planning and project controls recruitment - salaries and insights

Planning and project controls recruitment - salaries and insights

The planning and project controls market place is strong with major projects such as HS2, Thames Tideway, Northern Line Extension and Hinkley Point fuelling demand for experienced Planning Engineering and Project Controls Professionals. Job demand is expected to increase with companies recognising the necessity for dedicated planning functions to provide an important link between the project and commercial management departments ensuring the smooth running of projects.

The introduction of IR35 may see the freelance/contract market impacted as workers may make a decision to move to a permanent role to ensure that they are part of major infrastructure projects.

For planning and project controls candidates and clients, the following information will enable you to benchmark the salaries and benefits you are offering or receiving. The data is from our in house salary survey, My Salary Tool, which contains salary and benefit information from over 15,000 candidates currently working in the engineering and construction industries.

The data in this report is from salary data from surveys completed by planning and project controls candidates.


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Report contents:

  • Overview of planning recruitment – key trends & issues
  • Average salaries by region
  • Benefits received by permanent candidates
  • Average annual bonuses by region
  • Average salaries by job role – permanent candidates
  • Average salaries by job role – contract candidates
  • Permanent salaries versus years of experience
  • Planning recruitment specialists


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If you are a candidate looking for a new role, you can search the latest Planning and Project Control jobs at our dedicated page. 


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